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Best Voyager Season....?

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    Tammy906

    [1]Jul 8, 2006
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    What was the best seasons for the highly flawed Voyager? I personnally think Season Four was as great as Voyager ever got in terms of episodes with Season Two and Five both tied in second place - the rest of the seasons were either average or mediocre (although the first two seasons are much better on repeat viewing)..

    Here's my lowdown on the seasons ranked from best to worst:

    Excellent

    Season Four

    Good

    Seasons Two and Five

    Fair

    Seasons One and Six

    Mediocre

    Seasons Three and Seven

    What do you guys think?

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    lobomensch

    [2]Jul 8, 2006
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    I wouldn't classify any season "Excellent" because they all had their fair share of clunkers.

    Good: 2,4,5

    Fair: 1,3,7

    Mediocre: 6
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    naomi_wildman

    [3]Jul 8, 2006
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    Excellent: Season 4

    Very Good: Seasons 3 and 5

    Fair: Seasons 1, 2 and 7

    Mediocre: Season 6 (With the exception of the episode "Memorial")
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    SRP76

    [4]Jul 9, 2006
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    I liked seasons three and four the best, and I really disliked seasons one and two.
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    VoyagerBoy316

    [5]Jul 10, 2006
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    Tammy906 wrote:

    What was the best seasons for the highly flawed Voyager? I personnally think Season Four was as great as Voyager ever got in terms of episodes with Season Two and Five both tied in second place - the rest of the seasons were either average or mediocre (although the first two seasons are much better on repeat viewing)..

    Here's my lowdown on the seasons ranked from best to worst:

    Excellent

    Season Four

    Good

    Seasons Two and Five

    Fair

    Seasons One and Six

    Mediocre

    Seasons Three and Seven

    What do you guys think?

    I liked all seasons, with the expection of a few episodes (like- The Fight)

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    Tactical_Cube

    [6]Jul 26, 2006
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    Well good? Voyager is a good entertainment show and if you just look at it as stand alone eps it's quite a good series, I just wished they had more story arcs and payed a little more attention to the fact that they where in the Delta Quadrant, the show should have been a lot darker.

    but I will list the seasons on wich ones I like best

    Season Four
    Season Five
    Season Three
    Season Seven
    Season Two
    Season Six
    Season One
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    DistantWords

    [7]Jul 26, 2006
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    I can't really say yet.  I stopped watching when it was "new" around the third season (first season I saw all, second and third I saw part).  Netflixed them and watched them all in order, then bought them one by one.  For me, it was around season 7 that I realized that I was actually enjoying the episodes, and that Janeway's voice wasn't bugging the crap out of me anymore...

    Just started rewatching them and found them even more enjoyable now.  But still can't see them in terms of "seasons"...

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    Tactical_Cube

    [8]Jul 26, 2006
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    lol Mulgrews voice, I've heard lots of people about it, am I the only who never was annoyed by her voice?
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    lobomensch

    [9]Jul 26, 2006
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    I wasn't, it was a spot-on imitation of Katherine Hepburn, who Janeway was modeled after.
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    peacejaw

    [10]Jul 27, 2006
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    Tactical_Cube wrote:
    lol Mulgrews voice, I've heard lots of people about it, am I the only who never was annoyed by her voice?


    For this show, Kate's voice was perfect, in my opinion. It suited Kathryn Janeway perfectly.

    But I've seen a few other shows/moves/stuff that Kate was in, and I didn't like her so much then... though I'm not entirely sure why. I just didn't.
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    lobomensch

    [11]Jul 27, 2006
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    She always has had this kind of anal-retentive air about her, from the time she was Mrs. Columbo. I dunno, it suited Janeway fine but it really does stand out in her other roles.
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    Tactical_Cube

    [12]Jul 28, 2006
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    I haven't seen any of her other roles, so I can't say anything about Kate in other shows or movies.
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    peacejaw

    [13]Jul 28, 2006
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    She was in an Law & Order: SVU episode this last year, late year I think it was.

    And the only other role I can remember her being in, besides Startrek: Voy, was a movie... I can't remember the name of it at the moment, but the movie was about a certain teen boy who ends up taking a lot of kids to "camp" unsupervised, unless you call the guy who travels with them a responsible adult, which I wouldn't.... and Kate was one of the parents to the kids...
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    lobomensch

    [14]Jul 28, 2006
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    Oh, I remember that horrible movie... it was "Camp Nowhere," along with Christopher Lloyd. Easy stomach, easy..
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    peacejaw

    [15]Jul 28, 2006
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    lobomensch wrote:
    Oh, I remember that horrible movie... it was "Camp Nowhere," along with Christopher Lloyd. Easy stomach, easy..

    Yup, that's it; thanks! In this movie, and in the L & O: SVU epi, I didn't like Kate Mulgrew... but again, that's just me...
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    lobomensch

    [16]Jul 28, 2006
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    I didn't care for the whole movie, much less Mulgrew. Actually, I was more embarassed and mortified for Christopher, he made some horrible career choices in the 90s with drivel like this, "Dennis The Menace," and "My Favorite Martian," for examples. Those movies can help, however, in treating insomnia, as long as you have plenty of Pepto on hand.
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    peacejaw

    [17]Jul 29, 2006
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    lobomensch wrote:
    I didn't care for the whole movie, much less Mulgrew. Actually, I was more embarassed and mortified for Christopher, he made some horrible career choices in the 90s with drivel like this, "Dennis The Menace," and "My Favorite Martian," for examples. Those movies can help, however, in treating insomnia, as long as you have plenty of Pepto on hand.


    LOL, well, it wasn't one of my favorite movies, but I thought it was okay. I've seen worse...
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    lobomensch

    [18]Jul 29, 2006
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    "Ladybugs" with Rodney Dangerfield, Jackee, and the late Johnathan Brandis comes to mind for bad summer camp movies. That and any of the "Meatballs" sequels, gag me.
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    Tammy906

    [19]Jul 31, 2006
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    lobonensch, most kids films from the mid 80s to early 90s were pretty awful and cheesy, with Dennis the Menace not really being an exception.
    Edited on 07/31/2006 5:48pm
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    Tactical_Cube

    [20]Aug 1, 2006
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    Mostly I don't even watch many movies.

    I like watching series more.
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