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Hi could you please use the preview-button before saving an edit, and please make as many edits as possible in a single save? I am thinking about Performers with multiple roles. if you look | here you can see that you have made many edits, that's good. but they are small, if you belive the summary, that you only added one actor. and there are many edits in just a few minutes. One edit would have been sufficient, if to speak as Seven.-- Örlogskapten. Qapl'a! 20:10, 1 November 2007 (UTC)
First Contact quote
- Ignore above post. Thought you had removed the quote entirely.– Watching... listening... 07:34, 2 November 2007 (UTC)
My original choice of the Spock/Saavik exchange in Star Trek II, that's he is so...human...the quinessential human being of the entire franchise...was seen as out of place, so the new one was to imply his immortality, and for that matter the Original Series, in the Peter Pan "never growing old" sense. Do you have one you think better? --ChrisK 20:43, 14 January 2008 (UTC)