History Heartwarming / StarTrekVoyager

15th Aug '16 12:44:21 PM wyattte
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* "Lifesigns", in which the Doctor first experiences love... with a [[TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside nice Vidiian]] doctor. He had given her a holographic form with a healthy appearance to keep her alive, and she was grateful to experience a "body" without the disease, but afraid to go back to her diseased corporeal body. But at the end, it is ''that'' body that he has his first dance with--it was never her appearance he cared about.

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* "Lifesigns", in which the Doctor first experiences love... with Danara Pel, a [[TrueBeautyIsOnTheInside nice Vidiian]] doctor. He had given her a holographic form with a healthy appearance to keep her alive, and she was grateful to experience a "body" without the disease, but afraid to go back to her diseased corporeal body. But at the end, it is ''that'' body that he has his first dance with--it was never her appearance he cared about.about.
** Honestly, that whole episode. From the Doctor's fumbling around coming to grips with how he feels for her, to Kes being a ''huge'' ShipperOnDeck, to their holodeck date together (set to old doo-wop music), to the Doctor's first kiss. Of course, it helps that Susan Diol and Robert Picardo have dynamite chemistry the whole episode.
16th Jul '16 6:04:20 PM DGCatAniSiri
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** "Homestead" is an episode of heartwarming for Neelix - some forty thousand light years from Talax and the rest of his entire species, Voyager discovers a colony of Talaxians struggling to establish a home. In helping to defend their colony, he finds himself torn between staying with them or going with Voyager. When they prepare to leave, Janeway, recognizing his conflict, makes a proposal - Voyager and Starfleet need an official ambassador to the Delta Quadrant, which, if he accepts, allows him to stay with the Talaxians but also stay in contact with his friends and family on Voyager, even as they continue their travel to Earth.



* While "Course: Oblivion" is mostly a TearJerker, in a bitter way, it's sweet to see Biomemetic Neelix walking around amongst the dying crew, doing whatever he can to make them comfortable.

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* While "Course: Oblivion" is mostly a TearJerker, in a bitter way, it's sweet to see Biomemetic Neelix walking around amongst the dying crew, doing whatever he can to make them comfortable.comfortable.
* Neelix's final scene of the series - having left the ship to join a Talaxian colony, he and Seven have arranged to have regular contact and play kadis-kot. During their game, he mentions to Seven that he's thinking of asking Dexa, a woman he'd grown close to in "Homestead," to marry him. Seven says that Dexa "would be wise to accept," said with open affection (by her standards) for Neelix.
7th Jul '16 8:45:05 AM bassmedic87
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'''Sulu:''' You better believe it. Helm, engage!

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'''Sulu:''' You ''You better believe it. it.'' Helm, engage!'''engage!'''
15th May '16 9:30:04 AM HeroGal2347
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* The end of "Riddles", from season six. After getting shot and suffering brain damage, Tuvok becomes completely unlike himself and starts to enjoy things like jazz and cooking, as well as bonding with Neelix. When they find a way to cure him, he doesn't want to go back to the way he was, but Neelix convinces him.

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* The end of "Riddles", "[[Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS6E6Riddles Riddles]]", from season six. After getting shot and suffering brain damage, Tuvok becomes completely unlike himself and starts to enjoy things like jazz and cooking, as well as bonding with Neelix. When they find a way to cure him, he doesn't want to go back to the way he was, but Neelix convinces him.
25th Apr '16 10:42:14 AM HeroGal2347
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'''Admiral Paris:''' Tell him... Tell him I miss him. And I'm proud of him.\\

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'''Admiral Paris:''' Tell him... Tell him I miss him. [[SoProudOfYou And I'm proud of him.him]].\\



* The scene in "Homestead" when [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XT89qGhv41U Tuvok dances for Neelix]] gets this troper every time.

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** Also, the fact that Neelix initially tries to get Tuvok back to normal after he's shot. Neelix generally seems to feel that Tuvok doesn't have enough feeling in his life and tries to get a smile out of him, but he's not about to do it in a way that involves taking unfair advantage of his condition.
* The scene in "Homestead" when [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XT89qGhv41U Tuvok dances for Neelix]] gets this troper every time.Neelix]].



** Tuvok's description of his own role as a father to his children, and his extremely blunt correction when Neelix asserts a father would have nothing to teach a daughter.

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** Tuvok's description of his own role as a father to his children, and his extremely blunt correction when Neelix asserts a father would have nothing to teach a daughter.daughter.
* While "Course: Oblivion" is mostly a TearJerker, in a bitter way, it's sweet to see Biomemetic Neelix walking around amongst the dying crew, doing whatever he can to make them comfortable.
12th Feb '16 5:21:39 PM NateTheGreat
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* The scene in "Homestead" when Tuvok dances for Neelix gets this troper every time.

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* The scene in "Homestead" when [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XT89qGhv41U Tuvok dances for Neelix Neelix]] gets this troper every time.
10th Jan '16 12:46:59 PM ls1daf
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--> '''B'elanna''(Just before they initiate their plan to escape the void)'':''' See you on the other side.

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--> '''B'elanna''(Just '''B'Elanna''(Just before they initiate their plan to escape the void)'':''' See you on the other side.
26th Aug '15 6:38:08 PM Fiendish
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** B'Elanna deserves special mention. Despite being grief-stricken at [[spoiler:the message that the Maquis had been wiped out in the Alpha Quadrant]], she still makes a point of personally delivering the final letters to Harry (who she knows is increasingly desperate to hear from his parents) and Tom (conflicted over the message from his father).
24th Aug '15 3:29:55 PM Fiendish
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* From the moment that she comes aboard, Kes treats the Doctor like a person. The Starfleet crew and the Maquis and even Neelix mostly treat him like an inconvenient tool much of the time at this point, but she legitimately cares about the Doctor and respects him as an individual, to the point where, when the crew think they've found a way home for the crew but not the ship in "Eye of the Needle," she's the only one concerned about his fate.

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* From the moment that she comes aboard, Kes treats the Doctor like a person. The Starfleet crew and the Maquis and even Neelix mostly treat him like an inconvenient tool much of the time at this point, but she legitimately cares about the Doctor and respects him as an individual, to the point where, when the crew think they've found a way home for the crew but not the ship in "Eye of the Needle," she's the only one concerned about his fate.fate.
* "Elogium" is a slightly ridiculous episode, but worth it for:
** Kes' speech to the Doctor where she all but admits he's a ParentalSubstitute now that she doesn't have her own father. The Doctor, despite being out of his depth, awkwardly but sincerely tries to provide the guidance she so desperately wants.
** Tuvok's description of his own role as a father to his children, and his extremely blunt correction when Neelix asserts a father would have nothing to teach a daughter.
23rd Jul '15 9:16:11 PM JMQwilleran
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* In "Day of Honor," when Neelix invites B'Elanna to use him as a verbal punching bag, as a solution to her rages, and B'Elanna rejects the offer. The fact that she can lash out at her captain, her oldest friends, and her lover, but just has too much of a soft spot for Neelix, the most peaceful person on the ship...is odd, but oddly believable, and touching.

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* In "Day of Honor," when Neelix invites B'Elanna to use him as a verbal punching bag, as a solution to her rages, and B'Elanna rejects the offer. The fact that she can lash out at her captain, her oldest friends, and her lover, but just has too much of a soft spot for Neelix, the most peaceful person on the ship...is odd, but oddly believable, and touching. Also, say what you will about Neelix, but the offer was pretty touching in itself.
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