Early life[ edit ] Dawson was born in New York City. Isabel was 16 years old when Rosario was born; she never married Rosario's biological father, Patrick C. At the age of 21, Isabel moved the family into an abandoned building, a squat on the Lower East Side of Manhattan , where she and her husband renovated an apartment and installed the plumbing and electrical wiring for the building, creating affordable housing where Rosario and Clay would grow up. Dawson has cited this part of her history when explaining how she learned that, "If you wanted something better, you had to do it all yourself.
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I'm not sure exactly what happened here, but this set has all the video issues the prior two sets had, with a few more to boot this time around. However, this season set also features a lot of digital noise, which I didn't really notice much of on the first two season sets. It's seen more easily in many of the well-lit shots such as scenes in sickbay , but there's definitely a lot of 'mosquito noise' buzzing around in many scenes that clearly has nothing to do with the grain. In addition to the digital noise, I also noticed occurrences of dirt on the print that popped up every now and again — usually in the form of white although sometimes black 'flecks' on the screen. While these are far less frequent than the noise issues mentioned above, the previous sets were pretty clean when it came to film dirt…that's not the case here. I have no idea if the production had to use a cheaper 35mm film stock in Season 3, but considering the show was always worried about budget, I suppose it's a possibility. Added to the above problems, the video still has all the issues of prior releases.
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Ryan does not specifically name Mulgrew as the source of her torment, but her description of the interaction, combined with the years of reports of discontent with this unnamed co-star makes it nearly impossible to be anyone else. The addition of this character… Voyager was the flagship show of the network — UPN — and Paramount saw this as this character as their chance to break Star Trek into the mainstream media, and not just the sci-fi mags and things like that. So the Paramount publicity machine went into overdrive with the addition of this character.
It opens with a conversation between the two lead characters, a starship captain and her first officer, played by Michelle Yeoh and Sonequa Martin-Green, both women of color. Very quickly, the comments section was filled with garden-variety Trekkie gripes—the Klingons looked weird, there was too much lens flare, the dialogue was hammy, the uniforms were non-canonical. Many commenters, though, were clearly appalled by the absence of white men in command positions.