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[Laughs] They were hilarious to the point that if I had a two-shot with and then it’s my close-up, I had to look off-camera because if I looked at them I’d just break and crack up.But yeah, it was unnecessarily unpleasant for a couple of years — basically, until I started dating [showrunner Brannon Braga].
That was a new take on that kind of character.” “That’s not to diminish the Doctor, Bob Picardo’s character.Once I was dating the boss, funny how things suddenly cleaned up![Laughs] But it was really, really tough the first couple of years.He was great, but he really wasn’t a foil to Janeway. To me, Seven of Nine added a nice touch of magic that the show needed at the time.The fact that she was a beautiful woman was just, to me, a benefit.It was really Michael Piller, may he rest in peace, who picked me out of a group of finalists to be the intern on TNG. I learned so much of what I know today about this craft from him and the other people on staff.
I had an eight-week internship and basically it just never ended. And then, however many years later, I was running being my life for 15 years.” “The episode I’m most proud of is “All Good Things…,” which was the final episode, and I’m proud of that for a lot of reasons. I have no recollection of how Ron Moore and I did it, but it was a great ending to a great series. I loved Captain Janeway, but Captain Picard was tough to beat. A Star Trek series, in my opinion, is only as good as its captain, and Captain Janeway was a great captain, but she didn’t have her Spock or Data, really.
A lot of people thought it was in poor taste that we had a buxom babe, but I’m like, “Have you actually watched TOS? Kirk would be considered a sex addict by today’s standards. We got rid of Kes and brought in Seven of Nine, and some people in the cast were upset about it and some thought it was cool, but at the end of the day I think it did all the right things creatively to the show, in my opinion.” .
A certain sensuality has always been at the heart of . I thought the character was a great addition to the show. Braga went on to discuss them, saying “Writing the movies, those were amazing experiences. It was an opportunity to write feature films, which I’d always wanted to do. Ron and I were new writers and we’d never written a movie before when we did .
Star Trek, traditionally — because this was like the fourth incarnation of Star Trek at the time — was always the Captain, or the Captain and First Officer.
Typically, it’s the Captain that gets the attention of the press, and the shows revolve around that.
I got a script to rewrite with my good friend Ron Moore. Top of the list, it was just a really great two-hour episode of TNG that fully explored the characters and the sentimentality of where they started, where they are and where they’re going. It didn’t disappoint.” Shifting the conversation toward was a bit of a paradox in that it was more challenging because we didn’t have the mass popularity that TNG had. Kirk and Picard are tough acts to follow and I think, at that point, there was already some Star Trek fatigue settling in.” When Jeri Ryan’s character, Seven of Nine was added in the fourth season, many fans were upset with the idea of having a woman with Ryan’s figures on the show, proclaiming she was only added for her aesthetic attributes. We just didn’t have that special science-fiction character like Spock or Data, the striving-to-be-human character.