Spelling of first name Edit
Nechayev's first appearance in "Chain of Command, Part I" has the script listing her name as "Nechayev", however, the second part and numerous other of her appearances list her name spelled as "Necheyev" The "Nechayev" spelling continued to be used into her DS9 mentions though
- This page still uses Nechayev and Necheyev interchangeably throughout. – The preceding unsigned comment was added by 184.108.40.206 (talk).
Spelling of aide's name Edit
The article states, "In 2370 she received the rank of Fleet Admiral and Commander Rightwell was her aide." I just watched (on DVD) "Journey's End," in which Picard refers to Nechayev's aide, and the closed captions spell it "Wrightwell." I don't know if that necessarily indicates anything; certainly if the spelling "Rightwell" appeared in the script then it would be considered canon. – The preceding unsigned comment was added by 220.127.116.11 (talk).
Relationship with Lwaxana TroiEdit
The reference by Lwaxana to Nechayev appears in the script for "Fascination", located here, but the line does not appear in the episode, at least not on the Region 1 DVDs. Should the reference stay or be modified? – The preceding unsigned comment was added by 18.104.22.168 (talk).
- I moved it to the background section where it belongs. --Jörg 07:30, 15 February 2007 (UTC)
Sour relationship with Picard? Edit
- "his objections to her order removing the Native American colonists from the Dorvan V colony in the Demilitarized Zone soured their relationship even further."
Did they, though? I saw "Preemptive Strike" the other day, and it seemed to me that Picard was comfortable enough with Nechayev to share a joke with her about how he didn't have any canapes for her this time, and I don't recall Nechayev giving Picard any lectures about how all these Maquis problems were all his fault for not removing the Indian colonists like he was ordered to. -AndroidFan 00:14, 4 February 2008 (UTC)
- In fact, the script for the episode linked above has a 'writers note' stating "this is a rare moment of candor from her -- another sign of improvement in their relationship."--Alan 05:08, 5 July 2008 (UTC)