Jane way was a hardcore bitch, the way she ended the voyager series was hard core to say the least.
@Poisonwolf, When she finally accepted that they would never make it back to the Alpha quadrant, and killed them all by blowing up the ship... I was honestly not expecting that. Amazing ending.
@Blasphemy is Fun, you're a special kind of troll
Does someone care enough to explain? Thank you.
@EthanSilver, This is a Star Trek Voyager / Discovery crossover. The latest series (Star Trek Discovery) has gone away from the rather stiff and yet calmn style to feature more dynamic and emotional content. While this means more fighting / action scenes, apparently there is also a lot more crying...
@Jostepop, technically 3rd latest, Picard and Lower Decks came out after it...
@Jostepop, and it's more of Star Woke... than emotional.... old trek was emotional too. I cried when spock died....
@Jostepop, “rather stiff and calm style to feature more dynamic and emotional content.” Tasha Yar, the Bajorans, the Ressikans, Tom Riker, the alternate universe (through the looking glass, et all) the entire Sisko family, Odo, and EVEN Lt. Cmdr Data (an emotionless android) would all like to have a word with you. Hell, the Vulcans and the Borg discussing warp theory would be more captivating than the swill coming out of the SJW writers of today.
I watched Discovery and Picard... Star Trek died with the cancellation of Enterprise. What we have today is a poor substitution trying to get by on the branding that was forged by Gene Roddenberry. To actually compare these is an absolute travesty and tells me you’ve probably never even seen the source material.
The Orville is more Trek than actual Trek today. A show made by the creator of Family Guy holds the torch higher and prouder than any of the garbage put out under the “official cannon.”
@XiozTaschez, look how many former trek actors have been guest stars on orville lol.
Ya, it's more trek than trek currently is.
@Nuk, did not expect this genuinely helpful and factual reply. 🙌🥰
Is that the one chick from the Walking Dead?
Actually six cups of coffee can be dangerous caffeine is no less incapable of causing negative health effects if consumed in excess as any drug
@eleven, six cups of coffee a day won’t kill ya. For humans, the amount of caffeine you’d have to take to cause long-term damage is pretty high (barring any preexisting heart problems/ drug interactions). In fact, six cups a day might reduce your risk of prostate cancer, though I doubt that’s something Janeway would worry about.
@Kyroll, depends on the type of coffee plenty have a decently high caffeine content also the mayo clinic says 400 mg of caffeine a day is too much so six cups every once in awhile is not exactly recommended but shouldn’t hurt you six cups daily will likely cause harm
@eleven, caffeine is a vitamin
@Hot Coffee, yeah vitamin c can cause negative effects if you take too much what exactly is your point