Talk:Yesteryear (Star Trek: The Animated Series)

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BetacommandBot (talk) 03:06, 12 February 2008 (UTC)

Confusing information in the article[edit]

I hope I'm not perceived as "splitting hairs," but the line, "either I Chaya can be treated with medicines (but will live in obvious pain) or his pet can be allowed to die with dignity" sounds confusing. It implies ("treated" "will live") that I-Chaya will live if treated, just with pain from its wounds.

Before the Healer even gets there, Old Spock, waiting next to the sehlat, states gravely, "It will not be long now, old friend." It's clear to the (adult) viewer what is about to happen based only on Nimoy's reading of the line.

When The Healer arrives, he says, "It has been too long. No antidote known will save his life. I can prolong his life, but he will be in pain, or I can release him from life." We then cut to an agonized I-Chaya.

This seems very different from "I-Chaya can be treated with medicines but will in live in obvious pain."

It wouldn't take much to correct this; a single modification to a single line should do it, but I don't want to because someone will go behind me and "revert" it anyway. So, I'm bringing it up to whoever "runs" this page.

Opinions, Spock?