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- There's no rush as I'm on holiday until the 5th November at the moment. Miyagawa (talk) 12:53, 31 October 2013 (UTC)
- The episode had originally been called "Arena". It was described as a "clever marketing ploy" by Russ... -- This implies that the name change was the clever marketing ploy, which I'm sure it wasn't. Suggest tweaking
- Sweeps month could use a wikilink
- It received mixed ratings by critics --> It received mixed reviews by critics... (since you mention actual ratings in the previous sentence)
- However, the fight scenes were praised by Black Belt magazine. -- Not sure that the "however" is needed here
- I'd add a wikilink to Shore leave in the plot section
Sorry about the delay with this. Have added my final comments below.
- He discloses his gratefulness... --> "The Hirogen discloses his gratefulness..." (I assume?)
- Use consistency between percent and %
- Is there any data out there on total viewers?
- Do you have Highbeam access? I tried looking for data on total viewers and instead found these independent sources on some of the ratings you already include. I recommend you add them in to bolster your TrekNation.com citations  
- I found this from Black Belt magazine and was about to recommend you input it. But you already have! :) Very thorough research on your part.
- Sorry about the delay, I've made the suggested changes. Miyagawa (talk) 20:04, 16 November 2013 (UTC)
question and comment
Hello, I'm new around here and have a question and comment. This is such an interesting episode! I found out that the stunt double for Jeri Ryan in this episode is Dana Hee, who has a very good Wikipedia page here. While she is not credited in the show's credits, I am on the trail of finding suitable references, perhaps to include this in her article page and possibly also this one. I'm not sure if it fits within the whole of your article here, but I think it's kind of neat and notable that the show utilized a Gold medal-winning olympic athlete to stand in for Seven of Nine. I have some internet references supporting that she was the stunt double, but I don't know if you want them. There is one in which one of the costumes from the episode has Dana Lee's name on it, , general internet sites in which it is discussed and presumed true, (various Wiki sites) and then there are references to her providing stunts for the show but not necessarily this particular episode: . So I thought I'd leave this here and see what you think.
In addition, this is not a criticism but just a general comment that is probably too picky to mention, but I was having trouble understanding what the word Tsunkatse is. It's used in the title, and also used in the first line of the plot. I have been trying to find out the meaning of this word, which after looking around, I can't find any meaning except that it appears to be a Star Trek writer's invention. Would it be good to add a clarification like (name of race) kickboxing sport called tsunkatse". If so then the usage of the word throughout the rest of the article may be clearer?
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