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| Which Starfleet Officers showed the 'Best Performance' in saving the Ship/Station from Imminent Destruction? |
|VOY - Timeless: Ensign Harry Kim||15.2% (125)|
|VOY - Deadlock: Captain Kathryn Janeway||10.5% (86)|
|TNG - Time Squared: Capt. Jean Luc Picard||9.4% (77)|
|TNG - Disaster: Cmdr. Riker and Lt. Cmdr. Data||8.6% (71)|
|TNG - Booby Trap: Lt. Cmdr Geordi LaForge and Dr. Leah Brahms||7.5% (62)|
|DS9 - Visionary: Chief Miles E. O'Brien||7.3% (60)|
|VOY - Bliss: Seven of Nine and the EMH||7.3% (60)|
|DS9 - Starship Down: Lt. Cmdr. Worf and Chief Miles E. O'Brien||6.3% (52)|
|ENT - Twilight: Capt. Jonathan Archer, T'Pol and Dr. Phlox||5.9% (49)|
|TOS - That Which Survives: Cmdr. Montgomery Scott||5.3% (44)|
|ENT - Divergence: Cmdr Trip Tucker||5.3% (44)|
|TNG - The Naked Now: Cmdr. Riker, Lt. Cmdr. Data and Wesley||4.8% (40)|
|DS9 - Civil Defense: Cmdr. Benjamin L. Sisko||4.1% (34)|
|ENT - Singularity: Capt. Jonathan Archer and Sub Cmdr. T'Pol||1.8% (15)|
|Start: 11-08-2008 11:13|
|Last: 11-15-2008 10:44|
|#1 - Posted by: Saquist (Member) on 11-08-2008 at 15:08|
I haven't Voted yet.
I wanted to see everyone elses' reasoning on this first.
The ones that stick out are VOY: Deadlock: When Janeway destroys the ship to save the other Voyager... Great Episode in it's own right.
Then Booby Trap:
Geordi and Brahms are an awesome team to boot even as a hologram. It certainly wasn't easy to come out of that one alive.
I love it when there are multiple tries and failures. It shows that it's not easy. I think most people can identify with that.
But I think Spock should have been up there for Star Trek III. Dying to save the ship the way he did was perhaps the greatest expression ever.
|#2 - Time Squared - Posted by: Fulgrymm (Member) on 11-08-2008 at 16:06|
Because Capt. Picard went and shot himself in a somewhat cavalier manner, and that's bad***.
|#3 - Posted by: mpaj (Member) on 11-08-2008 at 22:16|
Def. Sisko in Civil Defense. Great Episode.
|#4 - my vote - Posted by: Starforce_2 (Member) on 11-09-2008 at 17:53|
must go to "booby trap" because that was just a good episode, and would later lead to a better episode when the real brams discovers geordi's program. However, you did forget a big one, when the 2 EMH save the Promethius from the Romulans and dish out some ***kicking.
|#5 - Twilight - Posted by: Odyssey1319 (Member) on 11-09-2008 at 18:45|
Oh, come on, people. I know everyone hates Enterprise, but that's no excuse.
They stopped Earth and humanity from being completely ANNIHILATED. Surely that counts for SOMETHING?
|#6 - Posted by: N1GH7H4WK (Member) on 11-10-2008 at 09:23|
I was expecting Data's in Cause and Effect.
quite a good way of saving the ships by saying "oops, looks like I was wrong." lol
|#7 - Posted by: Corrigious (Member) on 11-10-2008 at 22:03|
The omission of Captain Spock's actions aboard the Enterprise during the Genesis Crisis is an insult to the entire franchise.
I am a fan of every incarnation of Star Trek, especially Star Trek: Voyager. That is why I can say the following statement honestly, and without reservation: I have reviewed the choices given, and have found them lacking.
Given that Captain Archer and his crew saved planet Earth, the story lacked a certain... gravitas... which was captured in Capt. Spock's final moments.
(Please see poll results for 11-01-08, post #19, for further discussion.)
|#8 - Yeaaahhhh....... - Posted by: Corrigious (Member) on 11-10-2008 at 22:22|
If you could just get back to me on that, that would be greaaate. Thanks.
|#9 - Scotty and LaForge - Posted by: Jaydinator (Member) on 11-11-2008 at 11:02|
I noticed that Scotty and LaForge were not listed up there for rescuing the Enterprise-D from the Dyson sphere, and next to Spock's sacrifice, I thought that was the most memorable.
|#10 - Posted by: tanqexe (Member) on 11-11-2008 at 14:58|
What about All Good Things...?
Picard figured out the paradox. Granted, 2 of the Enterprises blew up, but the last one closed the rift and prevented the destruction of the last Enterprise and annihilation of life.
|#11 - Posted by: dauntless (Member) on 11-13-2008 at 13:47|
nah, my hat is off to the naked now.
jesus dude, they did it all drunk/high :D
|#12 - timeless - Posted by: Kaynine (Member) on 11-13-2008 at 21:28|
gotta go with timeless. Harry, albeit, a bit angry at life, and Chackotay, AND the doc having to disect seven, the women he loved.
|#13 - Posted by: Zube1337 (Member) on 11-13-2008 at 22:37|
I think Deadlock and Timeless.
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