Did Voyager suffer from an effect of running alongside DS9?
In someways yes, especially when the Voyager story linked back into the events in the Alpha Quadrant as in Message In A Bottle.
I wish they'd found more ways to link to Alpha Quad events.
It also bothered me that little mention is ever made of the Beta Quadrant, despite the fact that a good portion of the UFP and the majority of Klingon/Romulan space was in that quadrant. If you consider all of the leaps and shortcuts USS Voyager made along the way, it's reasonable to guess they would have already entered the Beta Quadrant by season 6 or 7, but I think the writers were afraid it would confuse viewers.
Mind fart: for a moment I forgot bout the ST galactic chart, and tried reading that instead like a socionics analysis ^
Star Trek The Undiscovered Country - seeing the different races in Rura Penthe, vast majority would have been from the Beta Quadrant within or near to Klingon space is one insight, but ironically, the Beta Quadrant has not been explored that much, it's an undiscovered country...
I grew up watching voyager with my dad. he was a trekkie so we watched tng, deep space 9. I'm watching the original series now as i never had the chance to. and I've not watched voyager since i was a kid but i do remember enjoying.
also first time I watched TNG i loved geordi and his vizer and i use to put a head band over my eyes and pretend i had a vizer like him that's all i remember completely but i have watched it again sense. keep in mind TNG came out when I was 9 months old
The Sisko was awesome. Although I must admit, I found Avery Brooks's acting style a little unusual at times. The stilted way of speaking, with... pauses at seemingly... random places.Did Voyager suffer from an effect of running alongside DS9? As in DS9 is so great with its badass captain, and great chemistry between characters, we don't need to give two shiny shites about Voyager.