He’s like fire and ice and rage. He’s like the night, and the storm in the heart of the sun. He’s ancient and forever. He burns at the center of time and he can see the turn of the universe. And… he’s wonderful.
How about a friend?
This exchange. Janeway just sort of politely puzzled and concerned about her new first officer’s mental state and Chakotay with his short, clipped responses all ‘so what if she broke someone’s nose? Why would that be an indicator that she’s maybe not the best candidate for chief engineer?’
and then Janeway just changing the subject like ‘ok…. I’m not dealing with this right now’
I think we’re going back…
I gotta get back to Hogwarts, gotta get back to school, gotta get myself to Hogwarts, where everything is magic coooool, back to witches and wizards and magical beasts, to goblins to ghosts and to magical feasts, it’s all that I love and it’s all that I need, at Hogwarts, Hogwarts, I think I’m going back!
So Foundation Imaging created this test sequence for what Voyager’s Aeroshuttle would look like deploying. [video] gifs by me
Although I like the Delta Flyer, it would have made so much more sense for them to have used this. But I think the producers, 1. didn’t want to mix assets with DS9 (using the runabout interior set) and, 2. seriously thought viewers would confuse this with the captain’s yacht from Insurrection and forget which incarnation of Trek they were viewing.
Oh well. The Aeroshuttle lives on in my dreams.
(I like how it’s clearly Major Kira in the cockpit interior, because of course Foundation re-used footage from DS9 for this test shot)
Would you have preferred the Aeroshuttle instead of the Delta Flyer?
This is a family photo; and you cannot tell me otherwise.
Posters fan art de TOY STORY des studios PIXAR.