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-DarthMaul-

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#1 11 years ago

So im watching the episode(s) Endgame...by me using my logic..is this the last of the series of Voyager? Yes or No? (dont tell me Im ALMOST there or still not close enough :P)




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#2 11 years ago

Yup, thats it, kinda disappointing if you ask me.




-DarthMaul-

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#3 11 years ago

what the f**k! how the f**K do they end the series just on a dime like that? this is complete bullshit :( I loved the series.....




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#4 11 years ago

They also missed a few episodes..I seem to remember there were a few episodes in fluidic space..they never showed up on Spike :(

still im sad, it ended it in a bad way with the most loose ends possible available.




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#5 11 years ago

LMAO you had the exact same reaction i had. IM like i see voyager headin towards earth and then thats it. WTF NO CLOSURE AT ALL!!!!!!




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#6 11 years ago

Yeah I know..and it was sooo random IMHO. How it happened and all.

Hell DS9 ended better(well there was more of a story to it, with a good ending foreseeable) TNG had all the movies, so it ended pretty well, the best. Dunno about Enterprise..never seen it, and dunno if theyre done filming it lol.




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#7 11 years ago

Yes the voyager ending was all too sudden, they are going about their journey in delta quadrant then boom, back in the alpha quadrant.




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#8 11 years ago

Well actally if your looking for a clouser i suggest you read the Star Trek Voyager Books The Farther Shore and Homecoming they take place after voyager gets home. spoiler below and sorry for no tags idk how to do that :-)

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SPOILER!!!!!: Bascisally there is a borg threat on earth and a hologram uprising since there were two borg abaord Voyager (Icheb and Seven they are blamed) and for the hologeam uprising The Doctor is blamed for it as he wrote a book about it. And there is a new borg queen on earth guess who? head of starfleet intelligence (also as you know libby was in starfleet intelligence well i think thats just in the books not quite sure for the series). Then at a point Harry, Tuvok, Janeway retake voyager from spacedock so they can analize the new borg virus on earth then bla bla they figure it out they beam down directly to Starfleet Intelligence they stop the new borg queen and Adrml Janeway gives Chakotay a ship guess what ship?..... Voyager B'lanna tries to find her mother on some klingon quest on a planet her mother dies but she was proud of b'lanna. also on how the borg queen she came to be is like the leftover debris from the borg cube from wolf 359 dang those lil nanoprobe's ;-), So in my respect you should get it I dont really like reading because well I would rather wacth tv then read a book but i dound the books very interesting



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#9 11 years ago

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#10 11 years ago

I didn't mind the Endgame ending. Voyager was a show about the one ship in the Delta Quadrant. That was the story line. Once they got back to the Alpha Quadrant the story was over. True, I would have loved to see 'what happened afterwards', but that's a story for a new series. If you want more Star Trek than what is being shown on TV/in the cinema (which we all want), the relaunch books - both Voyager and DS9 - are well worth the read.