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Star Trek: First Contact - Label Change
When Picard and Lilly enter the Holodeck, there's a label on the outside of the door. Read it. Now, just a couple of minutes later when the Borg come in, it will have magically changed!
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Red Skull on 01-21-2000
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SciFi_fan writes:
This doesn't have much to do with the original comment in here, and it really isn't a slip up. The same actor who plays Neelix on Voyager is doing a cameo. To set things straight on this issue, though, Star Trek has a history of cameos, probably more than any other show. Example: Worf's First wife (Alexander's Mother and Ambassidor to the Klingon Homeworld (Killed by Gowron?)) played a Genetically engineered (and amorous!) human "friend" of Bashirs on DS9. "Tom Paris" on Voyager played one of Wesley Crusher's friends (and a leader of his "squadron), a leader of the "Rogue" squadron. "Nog" on DS9 was a Kazon teenager in an episode of Voyager. "Tuvok" on Voyager played a bit part in (First Contact? or Generations) as an Enterprise ensign. There are many more, but these are all I can think of for right now.
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Cake writes:
On the enterprise E, you go through one door into the holosuite and select what novel/scenario you want...then you go through another door into the actual holodeck. the shot of the borg with the disc cutter is that second door. on another note..doesnt that bouncer in the holonovel sound like neelix out of voyager?
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Shawn writes:
Suzie Plakson, who played Alexander's mother (a Klingon killed by Duras), also played a Vulcan doctor and a Q (actually Mrs. Q). The genetically enhanced friend of Bashir's was played by someone else.
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GK writes:
Rene Auberjonois (Odo in DS9) also plays a Star Fleet advisor in Star Trek 6. (He gives advice about a possible rescue mission to retrieve Kirk and McCoy from the Klingon prison.)
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StrTrkRob writes:
Worf's "Lady Friend" was killed by Duras.
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rabsnz writes:
about Shadow Dancer's "the Tom Paris issue" although Robert Duncan McNeill (the actor who plays Tom Paris) was in the TNG episode you mentioned, he was playing a different character, Cadet First Class Nicholas Locarno... and he was expelled from Starfleet Academy. I got my info from the official Star Trek Encyclopedia.
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Deschain writes:
*sigh* Apparently some people just never saw "Benson".
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Chooch writes:
It wasn't Tom Paris on TNG, Robert Duncan McNeil was playing someone else. Anyone who knows Star Trek will know that Paris's past and what happened with McNeil's character on TNG are similar, but still different.
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foo_fan writes:
Tim Russ (tuvok) plays a criminal, that Picard leaves to die in the episode with the Binars. He also plays a Klingon in a DS9 episode where a guy (famous actor i think) comes to steal the Dax symbiote. Armin Shimmerman has numerous appearances as Ferengi, including the first episode featuring them.
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AJK writes:
"doesn't that bouncer in the holonovel sound like neelix out of voyager?" There's a good reason :)
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Mythic-Knight writes:
He Was Neelix
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ShadowDancer writes:
Please allow me to clear up the Tom Parris issue. The first time that we saw Tom, he was in Wesley Crusher's academy class in San Fran. They had gotten into some trouble over a flight maneuver, with Tom taking most of the heat. Later, Tom's disciplinary woes continue, with him ending up in jail. Later, Captain Janeway pulls him out of his unfortunate incarceration, for a "special mission", whereby he appears on the Voyager. As we all now know, he is now home, back on Earth. Who knows what now will happen to the once-wayward, now disciplined crew member...
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