Visible Crew Edit
All this talk about unknown performers. It seems pretty clear to me that all of these frozen crewpersons are dummies. As a matter of fact, I remember reading somewhere that the one from the shower was modified from the frozen Tasha dummy from the previous episode. – The preceding unsigned comment was added by RPG (talk • contribs).
- Actually they do not look like dummies to me. There are several speculations in the world wide web but if you can provide an official source it would be great. Tom 18:07, September 27, 2011 (UTC)
I wish I did, but it doesn't seem like Paramount was very meticulous about that. Just one production photo would solve this, I think. There were a couple things I've noticed. Firstly, I've seen a few separation lines on them. Some just might be a covering or something, except it doesn't seem that way with this one on the far right: http://bit.ly/qfW9Dp
As for the one Geordie finds, well, I'd love the stunt actress who could keep her head at an upright angle when falling and laying sideways. As for wether it was re-used from the frozen Tasha, I can't for the life of me remember where I read that, maybe The Continuing Voyages, I don't know. Anyways...
Lastly, if I were Paul Lynch, I would not ask multiple stunt players to go near-naked, with all that frost on them, and make them stay perfectly still for what could possibly be multiple takes. I might be wrong, I might not be, or maybe a little of both. Sadly, not enough was given to us to know for sure. – The preceding unsigned comment was added by RPG (talk • contribs).
- Covering lines or maybe just the signs of underwear regarding the woman on the far right. I doubt all the people are stunt performers and I am also not sure the woman in the wardrobe is a stuntwoman. If you'll look closely she could not be the same person who doubled Crosby's frozen scene in "Encounter at Farpoint". The two are different people and it looks like Crosby did this on her own. Tom 09:22, September 30, 2011 (UTC)