Berman and Taylor decided to delete Kes because they thought the character had not been fully developed during the course of the program. Brannon Braga, executive producer, called the choice a "lack of creativity on the writers' side." He added: "We knew we wanted to do a more serialized story this year, so deleting one of our characters made sense to us.
Kes was deleted from Voyager in 1987 after three seasons on the show. Her death was not planned but rather an "oh well" situation when it became clear that she would have to be written out due to budget constraints. She was sacrificed by the writing staff so that the series could continue with a new main character in place of her.
When asked about why he wrote her off the show, Berman replied, "Because we didn't want to spend any more time than we had to on someone who was just going to disappear at some point."
Kes survived the initial run of Star Trek: The Next Generation but was killed off during its third season. She was resurrected for the show's 25th anniversary episode "All Good Things..."
In addition to being written off the show, Kes was also given away in a marriage proposal storyline that was never resolved. Her husband was going to marry another woman before changing his mind at the last minute.
At the end of the series, Kelso becomes one of the first characters to transition from adolescence to adulthood when he impregnates a girl with whom he had a one-night stand; much to his friends' surprise, Kelso accepted responsibility for the child, moving to Chicago to take a job to support and be near his...
Kelso is one of the main characters in the sitcom George Lopez. He is best friend to George's character, Jeff Taylor, and they have been together since fourth grade. Although they are different types of people (Jeff is more quiet and serious while Kelso is more outgoing and lighthearted), they respect and support each other through their differences.
In the beginning of the show, Jeff has a crush on Cindy Campbell but doesn't say anything because he thinks that she likes someone else. When Cindy's father, Dwayne, moves to Los Angeles after being fired from his job, she decides to follow him because she wants to become an actress. This makes Jeff realize that he loves Cindy and tells her so. They start dating but don't tell anyone about themselves because they think it wouldn't work out. However, when Dwayne finds out about them, he fires Jeff from his job as a security guard at a movie studio. This makes them break up but they later get back together.
Mr. Kelada is portrayed negatively by the narrator, yet I would have loved him. Because of what he believes to be his history, the narrator is extremely biased towards him. He also believes he is a showoff. When Mr. Kelada does succeed in something, he often brags about it which makes the narrator hate him even more.
He also seems like a loner which isn't good if you want to make friends. I think he must keep most people at a distance because of what happened to his family many years ago. But still, everyone needs someone to talk to so this could be why he has so few friends.
Finally, he seems like a genius but this doesn't make him any nicer. The narrator states that nobody likes him which is not true! Some people may not like him because he is such a show-off but most people do indeed find him interesting and charming.
Doomsday savagely murdered Kem, played by Rasmus Hardiker, while attempting to save Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe). Kem is the second main character to die in season 2, after Daron-Vex (Elliot Cowan), who was slain by Lyta-Zod in the season premiere (Georgina Campbell).
Kem was a young Kryptonian male born on Kandor. His parents were killed when he was very young, and he was raised by members of his people until they were able to move away from their homeland. He learned how to use his superpowers at a young age and became a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes.
After arriving on Earth, Kem met Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin) who was looking for someone to help him fight against Doomsday. They soon become friends, and Kem helps Clark learn about his powers and fights alongside him against other meta-humans. After defeating Doomsday, Kem decides to stay on Earth with Clark. However, he is then killed by Doomsday's father, KGBeast (Peter Shinkoda).
Kem is later resurrected by Vandal Savage (John DiMaggio) who uses his body to create an army of doomsday mutants. This new legion of Doomsters battles Superman and other heroes throughout America, but they are eventually defeated by them. Later on, it is revealed that Savage has been using Kem's body to carry out his plans from beyond the grave.
Mr. Keesing was moved by Anne's article since he had been irritated with her for years, but he laughed at her excuses for talking. He had a wonderful sense of humor. Her sarcastic poem compelled him to let her speak.
Anne's essay helped Mr. Keesing see his wife's point of view for the first time. He now realized that she had good reasons for acting as she did. He also learned from her essay that it was not only their marriage that was wrong, but also the whole system of society. He wanted to change this system and make things right between the two of them.
When Mr. Keesing returned home after reading Anne's essay, he told his wife that they should go to London to find someone who could help them fix their problems. This is when the story takes a new turn!