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Captain Janeway & The Holodeck

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    spgspgspg

    [1]Mar 12, 2008
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    Does anyone knows what happens to the story about Captain Janeway playing a nanny to two children in the holodeck? There was something mysterious about the family and Janeway was warned not to go upstairs. Did that story has an ending at all?

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    JemHadar359

    [2]Mar 12, 2008
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    No, but she did decide to "take a break" from it after her experience in "Persistence of Vision".
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    puzzlingpixie

    [3]Mar 12, 2008
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    Haha, the father tries to seduce her and she deletes his character.
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    attagrrrl

    [4]Mar 14, 2008
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    The holonovel was clearly based on the novel Jane Eyre. The mystery is that the man's mad wife is being kept in the attic.
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    spgspgspg

    [5]Mar 15, 2008
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    Ahhh I see, so it was from a Jane Eyre novel. Will look it up. Thanks attagrrrl.
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    chronoton

    [6]Mar 15, 2008
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    No, it's one of the great plot holes. Janeway abandons her obviously Jane Eyre holodeck progran for one with da vinci. cest la vie
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    chronoton

    [7]Mar 15, 2008
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    No, it's one of the great plot holes. Janeway abandons her obviously Jane Eyre holodeck progran for one with da vinci. cest la vie. It's not form a jane eyre novel, sorry, it;s from a novel CALLLED jane yere by charlotte bronte
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    agent_0042

    [8]Mar 17, 2008
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    The Da Vinci hologram was easily the show's best use of a holographic character, other than the Doctor.
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    chronoton

    [9]Apr 26, 2008
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    Oh yes, I love the da vinco hologram.
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    chronoton

    [10]Apr 26, 2008
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    Oh sorry ain't bin around for a while. Dont' have to look it up. Jane Eyre is typical Victorian English heroine, brought up in orphanage, gets job as governess for difficult young girl, falls in love with her troubled employer and pupil's father, Edward Rochester. Lotsa melodrama later, Rochester asks her to marry him, she discovers he got a mad wife in attic (not allowed to divorce as per victorian laws) runs away, and then comes back after he lives thru a fire by mad wife which makes him blind. Wife dies in fire, Jane Eyre marries blind and hurt hero, everyone lives happily ever after. Hope this helps, cheers.
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    BrittBrat3234

    [11]Jul 4, 2008
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    chronoton wrote:
    Oh sorry ain't bin around for a while. Dont' have to look it up. Jane Eyre is typical Victorian English heroine, brought up in orphanage, gets job as governess for difficult young girl, falls in love with her troubled employer and pupil's father, Edward Rochester. Lotsa melodrama later, Rochester asks her to marry him, she discovers he got a mad wife in attic (not allowed to divorce as per victorian laws) runs away, and then comes back after he lives thru a fire by mad wife which makes him blind. Wife dies in fire, Jane Eyre marries blind and hurt hero, everyone lives happily ever after. Hope this helps, cheers.

    LOL happily ever after LOL. Sry but yea thanks i was wondering about that.

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