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# 21
01-16-2013, 02:16 PM
Great interview. Sela is one of my favorite characters in star trek. I can't wait to hear Denise in the game.
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# 22
01-16-2013, 03:08 PM
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I hadn't seen that video! Thanks for linking.

Great interviews, can't wait for the episode to air.

Tell me though: Is it still going to be 2409 after the third anniversary? This has to be the longest year in the history of ever!
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# 23
01-16-2013, 03:46 PM
Cool interview. Thanks!

And congrats to Cratchmaster for the prom date. Pix or it didn't happen.

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# 24
01-16-2013, 03:47 PM
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Out of curiosity ... did you guys add a voiceover for Sela in "Cutting the Cord?"
I really hope so. It's only, what, two sentences in one flyby dialog box? Since she seems eager to be doing this, I wouldn't think it'd be too hard to manage. Surely they could convince her to voice those.
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# 25
01-16-2013, 04:01 PM
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It's the opposite She was saying, "awwww," and hugged me when I introed her lol

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# 26
01-16-2013, 04:05 PM
good interview

thanks branflakes

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# 27
01-16-2013, 04:54 PM
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Honestly, the story arc idea she proposed (assuming she did come up with it, and this all isn't part of the marketing/promotion of the fact she's doing voice over for STO) isn't half bad.
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# 28
01-16-2013, 08:50 PM
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Honestly, the story arc idea she proposed (assuming she did come up with it, and this all isn't part of the marketing/promotion of the fact she's doing voice over for STO) isn't half bad.
Assuming, for the moment, that Natasha Yar managed to avoid the execution by Romulans - which Sela shared with Picard (mentioned in Redemption, Part 2) - she (Tasha) would be around 94 years old by 2409. In the world of Trek this isn't too old to have an agenda.
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# 29
01-16-2013, 10:13 PM
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Fantastic.

I like the fact she dialed it back quite a bit and didn't go the arrogant route like so many former Star Trek actors do.
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# 30
01-16-2013, 10:18 PM
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Assuming, for the moment, that Natasha Yar managed to avoid the execution by Romulans - which Sela shared with Picard (mentioned in Redemption, Part 2) - she (Tasha) would be around 94 years old by 2409. In the world of Trek this isn't too old to have an agenda.
It's remotely possible that Sela was telling Picard a 'story'..., just because she could discern the emotion in Picards' voice about Tasha.

She was pretty bitchy in that episode and making Picard believe that Tasha was dead wouldn't be beneath her.

It's also possible that what she remembers from her childhood, might be a bit over-the-top considering the circumstances at the time...

It must have been somewhat overwhelming, happening so fast, on a young impressionable mind...

Also consider that she was a Hybrid-child... Half Human/Half Romulan in a very prejudice society,

That too must have been very rough on her. She'd be constantly compensating for a perceived inadequacy in her up-bringing.
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