- Another (male) crewman with the name of "Taylor" was mentioned in the episode "Cold Front" as a steward to Captain Archer who alternated shifts with Daniels; it is unknown whether there was any relation. It is also possible that these Taylors were one and the same, with the earlier reference to Taylor being a "him" simply an error on Daniels's part (Daniels was, after all, only pretending to be a member of the crew). This would certainly explain Captain Archer's personal interest in Taylor's death.
- Whether this photo actually existed is debatable, as it was only ever depicted in Tucker's dream sequence.
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- It is possible that Jane Taylor was named in honor of the British poet who penned "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" at age 23.
- Taylor's death may have been a veiled reference to the real life passing of Kellie Waymire a few months prior to the production of "The Forgotten".
Why does the article suggest she was wearing lieutenant pips? She's clearly wearing crewman insignia in the photograph. Unless there is another instance in the sole episode she appears in, it seems there shouldn't be any confusion at all.– The preceding unsigned comment was added by 188.8.131.52 (talk).
They're not referred to as the Taylor family in dialog, so I assume the term is used in a descriptive passage of the script? The parents are referred to by Tucker as "Mister and Mrs. Taylor", however, so although I realize converting this page into "Taylor (Mister)" and "Taylor (Mrs.)" would result with the same details on both pages, the fact that they are both given the surname Taylor by Tucker means either they definitely share that surname or he doesn't know for sure and is assuming so. --LauraCC (talk) 19:30, April 12, 2017 (UTC)