I complete forgot he left! I was thinking he made it back to Earth with the rest of the crew, I had to tax my memory to remember that.
Kes wasn't even 2 yet when she was going out with Neelix. Thank god she grew out of that. Kes was annoying until she grew out her hair and got her powers. Too bad she had to leave to make room for Seven.
Holodec or go gay!
Why not both?
Only if the holodec did exist....
"Computer, execute Piggy fantasy 1"
Why hello Tom Paris.
What? You want me to remove your clothes. Sure thing Tom.
Spock- From my memory, it was pretty sad... I voted for him.
Captain Kirk- I didn't feel anything...
Tasha Yar- I didn't feel anything, even when they viewed her holographic umm epitaph.
Data- Haven't seen it.
Jazdia- Haven't seen it.
Sarek- Haven't seen it.
Had to be Spock...live long and prosper.....
Tasha Yar's death struck me as sad because it wasn't a death worthy of the character. I almost never find a death "sad" when it's heroic. That's why I loved her second death.
Sarek's decline was powerful and magnificently portrayed by Mark Leonard. I'll never, ever forget that single tear rolling down his cheek. His off-screen death was expected, but no less sad. Spock's death was sad, but I think Sarek's death had a bigger impact on me.
Lore's death was the saddest. Ensign Ro's was a close second.
sarek was a creepy part of trek
thanks god for the reboot.
the entire old cast is gone.. hopefully.
Saddest death to me was I suppose kind of a non-death. There's an episode (maybe someone else mentioned it.. haven't read the whole thread) where Worf is paralyzed when his spine gets crushed, and rather than live as a crippled guy decides to go through an extremely high-risk experimental spine replacement procedure. He dies on the operating table, and to me the saddest part wasn't that, it was when Dr. Crusher comes to Worf's son's room to tell him the news and she's nearly bawling.
Course Worf's Klingon physiology kicks in some kind of survival redundancy and he comes back from flatline.
The real life death of Dr McCoy.....
Hmm...It's a tossup between Tasha and Jadzia. Tasha was proof that the 24th century isn't this utopia where all of humanity's problems are gone. Also, her death was so meaningless; Killed by a blob of tar just because it could. However, I'm going to have to give it up to Jadzia because while her death was also meaningless, she was replaced by the superfluous character Ezri, which completely desecrated her memory.
I have not--nor will I ever--watch Nemesis, which is why I didn't really consider Data.
hmm spocks mother´s death in the last movie was pretty sad and i hated how worf´s wive K'Ehleyr died in next generation... speaking of wives... jadzia was his wive too,right? her death ws rather sad too...
btw: i think it´s totaly awesome that nobody thinks that kirk´s death was sad hehe
Definitely Data's for me. I mean just watching him develop through the years and then watching him do that one last act to save his captain and ship, just so sad to see him go. Jadzia's is a close second though, as she had to be my favorite character on DS9 till she died.
What about David, Kirks son?
I know star trek pretty well and the franchise does not do death scenes well. Data's was probably the best effort they have given.
I love Kirk. He's a favorite character of mine. And I love William Shatner, he's the man. But Kirk's death in Generations was less than epic... He fell off a bridge and then it fell on him. I just didn't think it was right for him. I always thought he should have died on a starship. If his perceived death at the beginning of the filn were real- then I would have voted for him.
Scotty's nephew's death in Wrath of Khan was pretty sad as well. I couldn't watch it when I was little.
The first time I remember crying during a Star Trek "death" was actually when Kirk blew up the Enterprise for the first time.
Granted, the ship isn't a character, per se, but she was their 'home', and got them out of many sticky situations. It was almost a character to me.
I voted for Data because I remember how shocked and upset I was about it, but Jadzia was really sad too.
A couple of other ST deaths that had me bawling were Data's daughter Lal and when Ensign Sito died in "Lower Decks".
I think one of the saddest deaths might be the actor that played Scotty.
Something I've always found infuriating is that since his death, his family has been selling Quartz Crystals on E-Bay in the Star Trek Props category as "Authentic Screen Used Dylithium Crystals" - trying to market and cash in on his name, and the Star Trek franchise.
Borg vs Sith? Please. The Borg would just blowdart the Sith with a good dose of penicillin and kill off all their midichlorians. Then they'd just fly away. Would you bother to assimilate a whole culture consisting of a maximum of two cape-wearing spacegoths who had lost their magic powers?
Americans need to keep their guns so they can protect themselves from gun violence just like Nancy Lanza did. And like Chris Kyle did. And like Gabby Giffords did. And like Tom Clements did. And like Michael Piemonte. And Joseph Wilcox.
Saddest non-death was where Tuvok thought he'd killed Neelix in the holodeck. Was so annoyed that they didn't kill their useless chief off.
but do the borg or the sith exist in the reboot.
damn there's only a couple of vulcans left and they are both named spock.
Out of all the people I've ever known, he was the most...human!
That's what gets me every time.