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(Topless Robot)   The seven most useless Star Trek characters. Missing from the list: the entire cast of Voyager   (toplessrobot.com) divider line 67
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2012-09-20 10:57:23 PM
4 votes:

BizarreMan: Janeway was twice the captain Picard was. She certainly had bigger balls. Danger comes along and she's full speed ahead, arm the torpedoes. Picard is everybody to the ready room, let's have a meeting. Then another meeting, and then what does everybody think we should do followed by magic science saves the ship and end credits.


Sisko had the biggest balls of them all.
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2012-09-20 02:10:33 PM
4 votes:
List fails without Guinan.
2012-09-20 10:36:53 PM
2 votes:

Spanky McStupid: [www.embracingthenerd.com image 246x300]

This guy gave up the Enterprise on a regular basis ...



[www.startrek.com image 320x240]

This guy would not.


Picard was useless.


Kirk's away mission protocol jeopardized the entire command staff on a regular basis.


Picard knew how to delegate.
2012-09-20 10:20:58 PM
2 votes:

Spanky McStupid: [www.embracingthenerd.com image 246x300]

This guy gave up the Enterprise on a regular basis ...



[www.startrek.com image 320x240]

This guy would not.


Picard was useless.


Kirk detonated his Enterprise. Picard simply made the mistake of letting Troi drive.
2012-09-20 09:09:03 PM
2 votes:
whidbey
>>> YOU SHUT UP ABOUT GUINAN

No kidding. Incredibly subtle, funny,


"Because you're a droid and I'm a 'noid".

Yeah. Hilarious stuff there. Can you say "Magic Negro"? What an insulting character.
ST - The original series, we got Uhura a strong, brilliant, competent and accomplished woman (who happens to be black).

ST - TNG, we got Guinan "We keep our brown refugee people down serving the white folk in the bar where they belong."
2012-09-20 04:15:12 PM
2 votes:

Shazam999: Mugato: There were no redeeming characters in Enterprise.

There were some redeeming tits though.


I'll never understand who people go gaga over silicone-infused tits that have lost all mobility and look like oranges were stuffed into them.
2012-09-20 03:17:33 PM
2 votes:
Wow, remember 1995? TNG just ended, DS9 was doing well, Voyager was about to start and Generations had just come out and First Contact was on the way. People sure did love Star Trek in 95
2012-09-20 02:28:31 PM
2 votes:
Without Jake Sisko we wouldn't have had the best episode of NuTrek

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2012-09-20 02:04:49 PM
2 votes:
"When audiences didn't buy that a beautiful Ocampa (portrayed by Jennifer Lien, who deserved better) would shack up with an alien who resembled a ginger Mr. T stricken with chicken pox, it paralleled the concerns the show's producers were having about the romance."

Now THAT phrase is hilarious!
2012-09-20 02:04:05 PM
2 votes:
The Ferengi were washouts as villians in TNG.
2012-09-20 12:04:35 PM
2 votes:
I don't think putting Jake there is fair. His relationship with Captain Sisko was absolutely central to that show. Jadzia was far more useless.
2012-09-21 11:21:52 AM
1 votes:
bynkii.com
2012-09-21 11:18:33 AM
1 votes:

Hyatus: pheelix:
Sisko had the biggest balls of them all.
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Sure, it takes really big balls to sit on a stupid space station.

/God I hate DS9 the most...it's Star "Trek", not Star sit on your ass in space


Balls. Of. Steel.

His first encounter with godlike beings resulted in his being made their emissary.

During a battle with the Klingon Chancellor's fleet he managed to fire off what seemed like at least 10,000 photon torpedoes while fighting off Batleth weilding Klingons with his bare farking hands. The Klingons retreated.

He punched out Q, despite knowing Q that could destroy the entire Federation with snap of his fingers.

He went back in time to save Captain Kirk.

Made good on a threat to poison the atmosphere of a planet, forcing a colony to evacuate, all so he could apprehend just one man.

He falsified documents and was an accessory to murder in a successful plot with Garek to draw the Romulans into the war against the Dominion and was OK with it.

Sisko's such a badass that after Worf killed Gowron in honorable combat, he decided he'd rather hang out with Sisko than become Chancellor of the Klingon Empire.

He fired on and disabled a Federation ship that got in his way.

Despite being a mere Captain, he was given the job of fleet commander in a decisive battle against the Dominion. He won a barrel of blood wine on a bet General Martok that he'd board DS9 first when their combined fleets battled to recapture the station from the Dominion.

He did all of this while sitting on his ass.
2012-09-21 01:43:10 AM
1 votes:

d-fens99: Deanna Troi? Something about her appeals to me.

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Yeah, but you have to admit her only job was to stand on the bridge and say, "They're hiding something..."
2012-09-21 12:29:52 AM
1 votes:
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'Nuff said.
2012-09-20 11:04:57 PM
1 votes:

FirstNationalBastard: OnlyM3: whidbey
>>> YOU SHUT UP ABOUT GUINAN

No kidding. Incredibly subtle, funny,

"Because you're a droid and I'm a 'noid".

Yeah. Hilarious stuff there. Can you say "Magic Negro"? What an insulting character.
ST - The original series, we got Uhura a strong, brilliant, competent and accomplished woman living prop in the background that never really had anything to say other than "Hailing Frequences open, Captain" (who happens to be black).

"

FTFReality.


Considering the times, they were lucky they were allowed to have a female black officer on the bridge at all. You have to remember the cultural context of the Original Series or it looks very racist and sexist by current standards.
2012-09-20 10:52:56 PM
1 votes:

peterthx: Except the fact that Gates McFadden didn't get pregnant until the 5th season of TNG.

She left because apparently Maurice Hurley wanted some and she didn't want to give it up, so she was *fired*. When Hurley left after the end of season 2 Rick Berman asked for her to come back, especially since Muldaur was very unhappy with her experience on the show and didn't want to come back.


I stand corrected. I was always under the impression it had to do with her wanting to start a family and leave the show.

On a similar note, is the rumor I heard with Voyager true? That the reason Chakotay and Seven were a couple in Season 7 is they threw him a bone because he wanted to leave, as it had been known for a while he hated being on the show?
2012-09-20 10:27:10 PM
1 votes:

rickycal78: NeoCortex42: Spanky McStupid: [www.embracingthenerd.com image 246x300]

This guy gave up the Enterprise on a regular basis ...



[www.startrek.com image 320x240]

This guy would not.


Picard was useless.

Kirk detonated his Enterprise. Picard simply made the mistake of letting Troi drive.

Kirk detonating his Enterprise took out his enemies, what exactly did letting Troi drive accomplish, other than destroying another Enterprise?


Yeah, well...Kirk went out like a punk.

Picard was willing to detonate his Enterprise to kill the Borg. He managed to kill the bad guy AND save the ship.
2012-09-20 10:23:20 PM
1 votes:

NeoCortex42: Spanky McStupid: [www.embracingthenerd.com image 246x300]

This guy gave up the Enterprise on a regular basis ...



[www.startrek.com image 320x240]

This guy would not.


Picard was useless.

Kirk detonated his Enterprise. Picard simply made the mistake of letting Troi drive.


Kirk detonating his Enterprise took out his enemies, what exactly did letting Troi drive accomplish, other than destroying another Enterprise?
2012-09-20 10:14:37 PM
1 votes:
Janeway was twice the captain Picard was. She certainly had bigger balls. Danger comes along and she's full speed ahead, arm the torpedoes. Picard is everybody to the ready room, let's have a meeting. Then another meeting, and then what does everybody think we should do followed by magic science saves the ship and end credits.
2012-09-20 09:37:57 PM
1 votes:

Dinobot: I liked Pulaski...

I wish Barclay was in the list... he sucked


LOL Wut? You couldn't relate to him? He's doing what any normal male would do if they had access to a visual and tactile realistic solid hologram sex machine.
2012-09-20 09:32:15 PM
1 votes:

Mugato: Your_Huckleberry: To me, the most on target person on that list is Worf from Insurrection. Now, I think Insurrection is on the underratted side (certainly much, much better than The Final Frontier)

Yeah but in Insurrection, the good guys were on the wrong side. They were siding with a bunch of squatters who were hogging up all the life giving radiation from everyone else. Picard and crew were siding with a collection of assholes.


Very true, probably one of the main reasons it was hard to get behind Picard's big, heroic stance. It would have been a more gusty story if Riker and the Enterprise returned at the end with news that the Federation upheld the decision to move those people. One of DS9's strengths was the willingness to 'expose' the darker side of the galaxy, where Picard and Janeway rubbed self righteous Federation morals and values in everyone's face, Sisko got his hands dirty. Insurrection opens with Enterprise and its intact command crew on their way to an archeological dig while Sisko and the others were fighting and killing on the other side of the quadrant,, Worf's appearance doesn't even really bring the "realities" of war to the nice and clean Enterprise. There are comments from Picard and Riker and Troi about how surprised they are about the Federation being involved with the 'baddies' in this.

It would have been a stronger story if the pious Enterprise crew had to admit thier high and mighty Federation had to resort to dirty work when times got tough. But, the movies really are not as deep as the series, not enough time to develop things.
2012-09-20 09:21:18 PM
1 votes:

fusillade762: The All-Powerful Atheismo: fallingcow: Compensates by having possibly my favorite Trek character of all time (Shran).

This I concur with.

I also agree, pinkskins.

Though Garak is a close second.


Oh HELL no

Garak was a good secondary character. His mysterious past along with the help he gave made him one of the greatest reoccurring characters in star trek history
2012-09-20 09:13:53 PM
1 votes:

Dinobot: I liked Pulaski...

I wish Barclay was in the list... he sucked



Agreed. Nothing turns me off more than a sniveling, spineless, neurotic man
2012-09-20 09:03:56 PM
1 votes:

OnlyM3: oryx

List is incomplete without Tasha Yar. She was always advising aggressive action, but Picard would never listen to her.
Then you must really hate Worf


No wonder he left for DS9 - they actually appreciated him there.
2012-09-20 08:50:22 PM
1 votes:

Mugato: PsyLord: Janeway was promoted to Admiral and was talking to lowly Captain Picard in Star Trek: Nemesis..

You're Starfleet Command. Would you give her the keys to another starship or put her behind a desk? Besides, Picard turned down the Admiral position in the first season.


Rumor is he made a promise to someone about never leaving the bridge of the Enterprise.....


To me, the most on target person on that list is Worf from Insurrection. Now, I think Insurrection is on the underratted side (certainly much, much better than The Final Frontier) but Worf's inclusion was sloppy at best. But it makes sense, the Worf from TNG was a whipping boy, he mainly grew as a character on DS9. And yet, he shows up in Insurrection, in the middle of a war the Enterprise is apparently not involved in, recently widowed, and he goes right back to minor league, comic relief status. But, if you think about it, the TNG movies were really the Picard & Data Show, with the others mostly filler.

Currently rewatching DS9 on Netflix, I'd have to say the first season of DS9 is stronger than the first season of TNG, thoiugh the show really got good when they got the Defiant. Oh, and Kira was crazy hot back then, her wierd Bajor uniform didn't look very practical, but it sure highlighted her rightous bum.
2012-09-20 07:07:16 PM
1 votes:
I liked Pulaski...

I wish Barclay was in the list... he sucked
2012-09-20 06:56:40 PM
1 votes:

ExperianScaresCthulhu: That one had the paradox of what became of the time cop, though.
Sarah Silverman was cute, but what became of the time cop bothered me.
He was just a dude doing his job, going too far because he thought he was
doing it for the sake of billions of lives.


That's why the whole time cop thing didn't make any sense. They came in and saved V'ger after the fact but they did nothing for earlier time cop or what the yuppie douchebag did to fark up the time continuum by exploiting 29th century technology.

The biggest favor time cop guy could have done was tell Paris to stay in 1996. He was already a 20th century-phile and Sarah Silverman's character was a lot more agreeable than Belanna (sp).
2012-09-20 06:47:13 PM
1 votes:

th0th: Pulaski had a raw deal for one reason: Gates McFadden got pregnant and wanted to leave the show. They needed someone to fill the void while her contract was re-negotiated, and I thought she provided a good foil to Data and Picard while bringing something new - a bit of maturity - to the role. In a few of the Trek novels her character got a bit more backstory, but overall I don't feel it's right to castigate what was essentially a guest cast member - same with Guinan.


Except the fact that Gates McFadden didn't get pregnant until the 5th season of TNG.

She left because apparently Maurice Hurley wanted some and she didn't want to give it up, so she was *fired*. When Hurley left after the end of season 2 Rick Berman asked for her to come back, especially since Muldaur was very unhappy with her experience on the show and didn't want to come back.
2012-09-20 06:45:13 PM
1 votes:

russlar: That was actually supposed to be a season-long story arc. Wou;d've been interesting, too. Ship slowly falls apart, then you realize that it's the clone ship.


Would have pissed off the audience to no end, telling them they'd just wasted a year watching nothing.
2012-09-20 05:49:26 PM
1 votes:

Ennuipoet: [farm4.staticflickr.com image 640x480]
22 by Ennuipoet * FreeVerse Photography, on Flickr


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHk7ZkbWo4A
2012-09-20 05:39:32 PM
1 votes:
Seems like the list of "useless" characters has expanded in the thread.

What I think everyone fails to realize is that not for these "useless" characters who seemingly did not advance the plots of their respective series, there would be no balance to the shows. Think it through: how shiatty would a whole cast of Kirks and Picards be? What if the bridge was populated with a whole crew of Worfs or Rikers? You need an ecosystem of support players who flesh out the narrative.

Neelix bugged the shiat out of me at first. But when his parts were written well I liked his growth. He was a true outsider trying to find a place on the crew. Ethan Phillips, imho, was under utilized as he had chops to act in more meaty roles. Guinon was the (somewhat flawed) conscious of TNG. She was the "ying" to Picard's "yang".

And count me as one of the few who enjoyed Voyager. I don't understand the hate although I suspect ST nerds pretty much shiat on any and everything. Even the stuff they like. Also it was inclusive to a lot of non-Trekkies which automatically means it's the nerds wouldn't dig it. Scorpion I & II, to me, ranks as one of the best written episodes in all five Star Trek series.
2012-09-20 05:30:04 PM
1 votes:

The English Major: Mayweather and Sato take the Useless Cake


Mayweather, yes. Not Sato. She was instrumental in talking to each new alien race they encountered (no universal translator yet) AND.....Mirror Darkly Sato!!!!!

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2012-09-20 05:27:42 PM
1 votes:

Mugato: rickycal78: I agree with everything you said about 7 of tits. Her and the Doctor were the best parts of that show. Not a big fan of Torres though.
DS9 had a lot of good characters, and as others have said, I'd argue against his place in the list simply for "The Visitor".

Maybe Torres wasn't as interesting as she could have been because they integrated the Maquis too quickly. By the third episode they were all one happy crew, a few conflicts aside. They could have used some more conflicts among the two factions. That's what made DS9 awesome, conflict.


While I agree the crew integrated too quickly, that wasn't the only reason I didn't like Torres. The majority of the time I remember seeing her it was usually, "Grrr, I have anger issues because I'm half Klingon leave me alone!" and she didn't seem to grow out of it, ie character growth. Paris kinda grew as a character, but besides the Doctor and 7, there wasn't much character growth throughout the show.
2012-09-20 05:03:00 PM
1 votes:

rickycal78: I agree with everything you said about 7 of tits. Her and the Doctor were the best parts of that show. Not a big fan of Torres though.
DS9 had a lot of good characters, and as others have said, I'd argue against his place in the list simply for "The Visitor".


Maybe Torres wasn't as interesting as she could have been because they integrated the Maquis too quickly. By the third episode they were all one happy crew, a few conflicts aside. They could have used some more conflicts among the two factions. That's what made DS9 awesome, conflict.
2012-09-20 04:48:53 PM
1 votes:

drongozone: Nurse Chapel, anybody? The only reason for her presence was that the actress was Roddenbery's wife.


She's not the first or the last starlette to make a career ot of screwing the boss.
2012-09-20 04:46:58 PM
1 votes:

NeoCortex42: Admiral_Ritt: TNG had more unwatchable episodes than voyager. And I submit that Voyager's
THRESHOLD was not the worst Star Trek show ever, that dishonor goes to TOS
episode OMEGA GLORY. Atleast in the same category is TNG, Code of Honor

Code of Honor was bad, but definitely not the worst of the show. If it was for the casting of Space Africans, it would be a completely forgettable first season episode. I say Shades of Grey should get the title of worst TNG episode. It honestly would have been better if they simply ended the season one episode shorter than to have produced that horrible clip show.


Dr. Crusher gets a rose.
2012-09-20 04:35:30 PM
1 votes:
Yes, actually After Neelix was separated from KES, he seemeed more tolerable.
If you read between the lines, he began put it to Ensign Wildman in later seasons
What! Ya think he did that babysitting for quatludes and latinum?

TNG had more unwatchable episodes than voyager. And I submit that Voyager's
THRESHOLD was not the worst Star Trek show ever, that dishonor goes to TOS
episode OMEGA GLORY. Atleast in the same category is TNG, Code of Honor

I Might mention that I thought the Voyager Bridge to be Top Notch
While Enterprise D's to be ridiculously plush, and impractical
I dont review bridges from harbor gunboats so I won't comment on the Defiant.

Yeah, it was producers who chose Bakula, based on what popularity.?
He came across as big lovable doofus in quantum leap. He naturally exudes
that aura, and there's not much can change that unless you give him a beard
and some deep facial scars.

So I've heard that Kate Mulgrew come this close to actually saying DS9 is not Star TREK.
but she backs down because the Federation cannot have civil wars now can they.
2012-09-20 04:28:03 PM
1 votes:

Stavr0: Parasites from 'Conspiracy'

This could have been an epic arc story -- Monster battle between the Infected and the non-infected, transcending races, even more reaching than the Dominion War.


They realized that they sucked at visual effects and turned the parasite aliens into the Borg. The whole Invasion of the Body Snatchers thing has been done to death anyway, the Borg were much scarier.
2012-09-20 04:25:49 PM
1 votes:

PsyLord: Janeway was promoted to Admiral and was talking to lowly Captain Picard in Star Trek: Nemesis..


You're Starfleet Command. Would you give her the keys to another starship or put her behind a desk? Besides, Picard turned down the Admiral position in the first season.
2012-09-20 04:12:21 PM
1 votes:

Mugato: Strolpol: The finale is, likewise, pretty awful (LOL, let's ignore our previously established rules against time shenanigans to use those to get Voyager home!)

I think that was sort of the point, they established early on that Janeway hated the thought of time travel paradoxes but over the years she became such a psycho biatch about getting everyone home that she didn't care. How do the time cops figure into all that? Who knows. That was another cool episode, where they go back to 1996 and meet Sarah Silverman. I was actually at Griffith Park when they shot that. Didn't get to meet Sarah though.


It pissed me off because Voyager spent more than a few episodes establishing the existence of the timeship Relativity in the distant future, and their job of stopping time shenanigans. The finale might have worked if they had cameo'd them and explained their inaction, but they didn't.

On top of that, they totally rushed things at the end with the Chakotay/Seven pairing and Tuvok's sudden brain disease to create extra pointless drama.

The main sin it commits is that it also doesn't end satisfactorily. They pop out of the wormhole and then fade to black as they head towards earth. I wanted a debriefing, and seeing the characters meet up with their friends and relatives. It would have been so satisfying to see Tom meet his dad in person again.
2012-09-20 04:08:31 PM
1 votes:

ltdanman44: (Sirtis pic)

Achtung Falschung! Diese Darstellung ist digital manipullert. Sie setzt sich aus 2 Bildern zusammen, ein kopf oder gesicht eines Prominenten auf einem Korper des models. Das Bild ist keine Wiedergabe einer real aussehenden Person.


Warning Fake! This representation is digitally manipulated. It is composed of 2 frames; a head or face of a celebrity on a model's body. The image is not rendering a real-looking person. 

/saw those bewbies in Death Wish 3 - they weren't nearly that big
2012-09-20 03:57:27 PM
1 votes:
Can someone post the list (don't want to click on the TR link since it has the T word).

RexTalionis: The one thing I really loved about Enterprise was the MACOs - space marines.
[www.thechoad.com image 599x405]


As far as those MACO's, why don't StarFleet security personnel wear armor that can handle phaser fire? I remember one episode where the Reptilians boarded Enterprise and the MACO's kept shooting them with their phasers and did mostly jack squat since they had energy dissipating "armor".
2012-09-20 03:48:40 PM
1 votes:

NeoCortex42: Seven was a good character, and paired very nicely with the Doctor. I think she would have been better if Voyager hadn't completely neutered the Borg throughout the series


Well I can't argue with that. The Borg were an awesome villain they used way too much and took away all their scariness.
2012-09-20 03:41:40 PM
1 votes:

Strolpol: The finale is, likewise, pretty awful (LOL, let's ignore our previously established rules against time shenanigans to use those to get Voyager home!)


I think that was sort of the point, they established early on that Janeway hated the thought of time travel paradoxes but over the years she became such a psycho biatch about getting everyone home that she didn't care. How do the time cops figure into all that? Who knows. That was another cool episode, where they go back to 1996 and meet Sarah Silverman. I was actually at Griffith Park when they shot that. Didn't get to meet Sarah though.
2012-09-20 03:35:49 PM
1 votes:

Mugato: Seven of Nine was one of the most interesting characters in Star Trek and not just because of her tits. Well not just because of her tits. That's what everyone immediately thought but as a Borg who was assimilated as a child and slowly regained her humanity, she was a very interesting character. And in the episodes where she had different personalities, Jeri Ryan proved to be a pretty good actress. She has a nice singing voice too.

The Doctor in Voyager was also a pretty good character. As was the Klingon chick.

The characters in DS9 were the best. There were no redeeming characters in Enterprise.


Seven was a good character, and paired very nicely with the Doctor. I think she would have been better if Voyager hadn't completely neutered the Borg throughout the series, though. Seven was one of at least three or four plotlines that had "a Borg regains its humanity". First there was a group of renegade Borg that helped Chakotay, then they had the Borg kids show up.

B'Elanna was terrible. She had potential, but the writing for her character was really inconsistent. It was like they just didn't know what to do with her most of the time.

As useless of Harry was, at least it was fun to see how many ways the writers could torture him. He was like Voyager's answer to O'Brien.
2012-09-20 03:35:33 PM
1 votes:
I'll argue for Jake Sisko
His character initially wasn't more than Wussly Crusher 2.0
but by the time the Dominion War was underway, he was the representative of the civilians in the war. He was the eyes and ears, sharing the war stories, good and bad, with those on the outside.
It's not a big role, but one that you rarely see as part of the regular cast.
2012-09-20 03:30:04 PM
1 votes:
Seven of Nine was one of the most interesting characters in Star Trek and not just because of her tits. Well not just because of her tits. That's what everyone immediately thought but as a Borg who was assimilated as a child and slowly regained her humanity, she was a very interesting character. And in the episodes where she had different personalities, Jeri Ryan proved to be a pretty good actress. She has a nice singing voice too.

The Doctor in Voyager was also a pretty good character. As was the Klingon chick.

The characters in DS9 were the best. There were no redeeming characters in Enterprise.
2012-09-20 03:29:25 PM
1 votes:

chewielouie: thenewmissus: I object. I LOVE STAR TREK VOYAGER. I have the box set and I literally watched it on my computer dvd player for weeks. I went through the entire series three times and still have a disk in my computer right now. I like the other Star Trek's as well, but I have to admit, Voyager is my favorite. It is the only box set that I have ever purchased.

/let the ridicule begin
//I'm thick skinned (kinda like Neelix).
///Tuvok was freaking awesome
////And the B'Elana/Tom Paris romance was sweet.

You're not alone. Show for show, it was the most consistent. There are far more episodes of TNG and DS9 are simply unwatchable.


Voyager sure was consistent. It was mostly mediocre, but when it went bad we got:
3.bp.blogspot.com
and
www.imcdb.org
2012-09-20 03:14:52 PM
1 votes:
I'll also stand up for Voyager.

Yes, there were big sucky parts. Neelix, in particular, annoyed the hell out of me. So that's a fair shot at the series.

The finale is, likewise, pretty awful (LOL, let's ignore our previously established rules against time shenanigans to use those to get Voyager home!)

However, the premise (Monster of the Week in unexplored deep space) was excellent, and I always prefer those types of episodes of Star Trek series to the political maneuverings of the Federation.

Janeway was an enjoyable captain, and actually managed to be funny sometimes. The Doctor is my favorite non-human Trek character, and Voyager had the best Q episodes.
2012-09-20 02:41:51 PM
1 votes:

Doran: [images1.wikia.nocookie.net image 650x650]

The most useless Star Trek character of all time. Even among a crew as terrible as the Enterprise NX-01, he was the most useless out of them.

For all those that said Reed, at least he got a Section 31 subplot in the show.


Reed's main thing, he came from generations of Royal Navy officers, and early in the show clashed a lot with the captain about ship armaments and military preparedness.

Merryweather was just sorta there, and got kidnapped by bad guys once or twice. Like the sentient ship repair station.
2012-09-20 02:41:14 PM
1 votes:
Tuvok, The Doctor, Seven and Suder were aweeeeeeeeeeeeeesome.
2012-09-20 02:40:57 PM
1 votes:

Doran: [images1.wikia.nocookie.net image 650x650]

The most useless Star Trek character of all time. Even among a crew as terrible as the Enterprise NX-01, he was the most useless out of them.

For all those that said Reed, at least he got a Section 31 subplot in the show.


Useless or not, he still got to bang the cute intelligence operative in the shuttlepod. Tit for tat.
2012-09-20 02:31:09 PM
1 votes:
www.startrekfreedom.com

Not necessarily useless, but completely eclipsed by Weyoun's devious awesomeness.
2012-09-20 02:21:48 PM
1 votes:

RexTalionis: The most semi-major character in Star Trek is Leeta.

Her only purpose was to be Rom's hot wife.


Not to mention some funny lines from Quark regarding her appearance:

Quark: [about Rom] He needs a woman with a body and brains.
Leeta: I have brains.
Quark: Sure you do, honey. That's why I hired you. Now, eat up, and then take those brains back to the dabo wheel where the customers can get a good long look at them.
2012-09-20 02:18:43 PM
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subspacecomms.com

Buy me a drink?

I'm not that blind
2012-09-20 02:16:58 PM
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RexTalionis: The most semi-major character in Star Trek is Leeta.

Her only purpose was to be Rom's hot wife.


Oh, Basher got to bang her for a year or two first. But we didn't get to watch.
2012-09-20 02:15:11 PM
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The most semi-major character in Star Trek is Leeta.

Her only purpose was to be Rom's hot wife.
2012-09-20 02:13:26 PM
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FirstNationalBastard: Harry Kim was useless.

They would have killed him off if Garret Wang he hadn't appeared on some 100 sexiest people list.


They did kill him off. Too bad he didn't stay dead.
2012-09-20 02:10:37 PM
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Alphax: I rather liked Pulaski myself.. I must have been about 18 back then, but she was rather MILFy. A bit feistier than Dr. Crusher, with prettier eyes.

Also the actress played the blind assistant to the Medusian ambassador, back in the day.


Yeah I rewatched the season of TNG with her, and granted she got off to a really bad start talking sh*t on Data, but at the end, I rather liked her character. She was a total badass. Still prefer Crusher, though.
2012-09-20 02:09:08 PM
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thenewmissus: I object. I LOVE STAR TREK VOYAGER. I have the box set and I literally watched it on my computer dvd player for weeks. I went through the entire series three times and still have a disk in my computer right now. I like the other Star Trek's as well, but I have to admit, Voyager is my favorite. It is the only box set that I have ever purchased.


You do know that most health insurance plans cover therapy sessions and other forms of mental care, right? Perhaps you should avail yourself of such services.

/you asked for it
2012-09-20 02:02:11 PM
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I would have put Q on there, as much as I liked him.
2012-09-20 02:01:36 PM
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What about the Traveller? The aids patient from another galaxy.
2012-09-20 01:25:16 PM
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Ro Laren.
2012-09-20 12:10:06 PM
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DamnYankees: I don't think putting Jake there is fair. His relationship with Captain Sisko was absolutely central to that show. Jadzia was far more useless.


Jake Sisko should get a pass for one reason: The Visitor. And Rapture. Making the decision to cut off Sisko's visions...but yes, I agree about Jadzia, at least until she and Worf had some scenes together. DS9 had the most solid of casts. TNG had Troi, VOY had 7of9, and ENT had T'Pol as nothing more than technobabble eye candy. Troi and Riker were two of the most useless characters ever seen in the Trek universe.
2012-09-20 08:59:18 AM
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Voiceofreason01: I guess we're not counting Enterprise as Star Trek? I guess it would kind of ruin the list of all of the characters were from the one series.


Know how I know you didn't RTFA?
2012-09-20 08:58:46 AM
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Eddie Adams from Torrance: Oh Hai Guyz... What's going on in this thread?

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Yeah, this...as much as I like Wil, I'm surprised his TNG character didn't make this list.
 
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