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There is definitely a wide array of characters in ST:O.  What are some of your favorites?

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Since I'm not too far into the series yet, I'm not totally sure. I am enjoying everyone's performance :)

LOL.  I didn't have my glasses on and missed the period between the two sentences.  Whew!  My early favorite was Goshen, but some others grew on me as well as they became more fleshed out. 

Sorry, lol I didn't realize it could be read that way... ooops :)

No worries!  I figured it out once I got my eyes on. :)  Glad you're enjoying the show!

Thanks Greg!

Chieff Knox-- love him!  Great voice too

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Hi, Juneith!  Thanks for joining in!  I definitely agree with you on Knox.  He's a strong character and I'm glad the
Chimera crew is back.

Right now, I'd have to say that my favorite characters are the Ferengi brothers, Vurk and Tirgil.  They work really well together.

Hadn't gotten to July's episode- just finished listening.. I hate bugs!   :) 

You guys do such a wonderful job!!  Looking forward to August's installment

Great to hear!  I'm glad you're enjoying it.  We'll see if Farmer hates bugs or not very soon.  ;)

My personal favorite character would have to be Jack Graves. I sort of identify with him.

That's interesting because I identified early on with Cmdr Torkelson.  Right around the time I started listening to the podcast, I had been thrown into a position of authority (after my co-workers were let go for reasons I won't go into) where I work and had a ton of crap to clean up administratively.  Tork's determination to forge ahead struck a chord with me back then.  I just didn't have a crew at the time to help me along.

Now, I have to commiserate with a slightly different character...

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