The idea of putting a Borg on board gave us a chance to have a wild child there.That was the metaphor, a wild child, and Janeway would be her mother and try to tame her and help make her human again.“I didn’t get the joke, but I went in to try,” he said, “I had heard they had seen 900 actors, and they had seen a lot of comedians, so I did something you never do on I ad-libbed. However, having said that, I just did an interview for a TNG book that’s coming out next year, and I spent about two hours on the phone being asked about every single episode I wrote.” Braga said.Science needs your help right now.” A fan asked Picardo what planet he would like to explore if given a chance, and the former EMH had a quick answer.“Mars is the one that we’ve had our sights on for so long, and I also believe that Mars should be our next step,” he said, adding that he’s hoping to keep pushing more funding to NASA to get ready for that manned mission to the red planet.“And I’ve got to tell, I could barely remember them.” he added.” , Braga said “I was in my last year of college at U. Santa Cruz and there was an internship program in scriptwriting offered by the Academy of Televison Arts & Sciences, and it just happened to be with TNG that year.
Some individuals are natural born leaders while others should never, ever, be out in a position of responsibility over anyone else. A pain in the ass bureaucrat whose frequent assessments have scrutinized both Stargate SG-1 and Atlantis teams, Woolsey’s intelligence and quest for the truth are only matched by his lack of tact or people skills.
Nate and his father Harrison (Jonathan Silverman) find that they must face the reality that Lydia and Jimmy plan to pursue their relationship.
Budding Portland restaurateur Nate's world is turned upside down when he comes back from a business trip to find his lothario best friend and roommate, Jimmy, is now dating his recently separated mother, Lydia.
Wearing a shirt that said “science is universal”, the actor spoke passionately about his own background in science, and his present gig as an ambassador for a much beleaguered field. “I’ve been on stage with five men that went to the moon.
I’ve met a lot of cool people.” Picardo was once going to be scientist himself. So Picardo is content to merely be a front man for science, and currently enjoys a spot on the board of the Planetary Society, helping to promote space innovation and exploration.