History Heartwarming / StarTrekVoyager

21st Jul '17 7:12:50 PM wyattte
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** Denara's first activation as a hologram is really touching. She looks in the mirror and sees her unblemished face for the first time in who knows how long (equally a surprise for the audience; a healthy Vidiian hadn't been seen till now). Her reaction is TearsOfJoy.
10th Jul '17 9:27:29 PM jogirard
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** In addition, while the ship is deteriorating through the Year of Hell, Chakotay is kind enough to remember Janeway's birthday, even when it was the last thing on her mind. [[AnchoredShip Too bad about the birthday present, though.]]
21st Jun '17 12:26:31 PM wyattte
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* B'elanna at the end of "Extreme Risk," eating her childhood favorite - banana pancakes. After one of the most harrowing episodes of the series, dealing with trauma, guilt and self-harm, the little smile she makes after one bite is ''very'' satisfying.



* Last part of "Timeless", when Janeway talks to Harry and Harry sees [[spoiler:his alternate self's]] message.
** Made even better just before, just when it looks like [[spoiler:Future Kim has failed to save them and a {{Tear Jerker}} is coming. The Doctor suddenly picks him up, [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan dresses him down]] and gives him an epic pep talk, all the while the Delta Flyer is about to blow.]] This would have been heartwarming enough, but when he tries again to save Voyager by [[spoiler: sending new corrections in to slow them down and it works, [[DyingMomentOfAwesome the last you see is him screaming "YES!" at the top of his lungs just as the Flyer explodes]].]] Another Heartwarming moment ''and'' SugarWiki/CrowningMomentOfAwesome right there.

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* Last part of "Timeless", when Janeway talks to Harry and Harry sees [[spoiler:his alternate self's]] message.
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message. Made even better just before, just when it looks like [[spoiler:Future Kim has failed to save them and a {{Tear Jerker}} is coming. The Doctor suddenly picks him up, [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan dresses him down]] and gives him an epic pep talk, all the while the Delta Flyer is about to blow.]] This would have been heartwarming enough, but when he tries again to save Voyager by [[spoiler: sending new corrections in to slow them down and it works, [[DyingMomentOfAwesome the last you see is him screaming "YES!" at the top of his lungs just as the Flyer explodes]].]] Another Heartwarming moment ''and'' SugarWiki/CrowningMomentOfAwesome for Harry, right there.
8th Apr '17 5:31:17 PM ShorinBJ
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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 (though she definitely understands that he isn't flesh and blood) 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.
8th Apr '17 1:16:13 AM ShorinBJ
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* In "Parallax", although B'Elanna is confident in her engineering ability, the circumstances under which she left Starfleet Academy left their mark on her, which is why she's surprised to learn something new about her time there.
-->'''Torres''': I'm not officer material and we both know it. The truth is, I quit the Academy because...I realized I couldn't make it in Starfleet. And believe me, no one was sorry to see me go.\\
'''Janeway''': Professor Chapman was.\\
'''Torres''': What?\\
'''Janeway''': He put a letter in your permanent file, saying that, should you ever reapply, he would support you. He thought you were one of the most promising cadets he'd ever taught.\\
'''Torres''': I fought with him almost every day. I was always questioning his, his methods, his assumptions, and he was always slapping me down like some upstart kid. I was surprised he didn't help me pack my bags.\\
'''Janeway''': Some professors like students who challenge their assumptions, B'Elanna....And so do some captains. Professor Chapman wasn't alone. Many of your teachers thought you had the potential to be an outstanding officer. You had more friends at the Academy than you realized.
1st Mar '17 4:15:14 AM timotaka
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* Episode "Life Line": Among the news Pathfinder delivers to Voyager is that Lewis Zimmerman, the creator of the Emergency Medical Holograms is dying of an incurable disease while the Doctor thinks that he could cure him with the things they have discovered in the Delta Quadrant. He is transported to Zimmerman, who at first wants absolutely nothing to do with the Doctor, seeing him as a reminder of all the failures of the EMH project that was supposed to be his crowning achievement. Eventually, Zimmerman does admit he is grateful that one of his holograms is doing the work intended and that how the Doctor has developed on his own is rather impressive. Which is all the Doctor wanted to hear from his creator.
** Another heartwarming part in the episode is Zimmerman's assistant Haley, who is the first autonomous hologram he ever created. Zimmerman appreciates her to the level where he cancelled a lecture on Vulcan to fix her, and has arranged in his will that after his death Haley is to be kept online indefinitely.

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* Episode "Life Line": Among the news Pathfinder delivers to Voyager is that Lewis Zimmerman, the creator of the Emergency Medical Holograms is dying of an incurable disease while and the Doctor thinks that he could cure him with the things medical information they have discovered in the Delta Quadrant. He is transported to Zimmerman, who at first wants absolutely nothing to do with the Doctor, seeing him as a reminder of all the failures of the EMH project that was supposed to be his crowning achievement. Eventually, It takes plenty of convincing to even allow the Doctor to operate on him. Afterwards, Zimmerman does admit he is grateful that at least one of his holograms is doing the work intended he wanted and that how the Doctor has developed on his own is rather impressive. Which is all the Doctor wanted to hear from his creator.
** Another heartwarming part in the episode is Zimmerman's assistant Haley, who is the first autonomous hologram he ever created. Zimmerman appreciates her to the level where he once cancelled a lecture on Vulcan to fix her, and has arranged in his will that after his death Haley is to be kept online indefinitely.
1st Mar '17 4:12:54 AM timotaka
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* Episode "Life Line": Among the news Pathfinder delivers to Voyager is that Lewis Zimmerman, the creator of the Emergency Medical Holograms is dying of an incurable disease while the Doctor thinks that he could cure him with the things they have discovered in the Delta Quadrant. He is transported to Zimmerman, who at first wants absolutely nothing to do with the Doctor, seeing him as a reminder of all the failures of the EMH project that was supposed to be his crowning achievement. Eventually, Zimmerman does admit he is grateful that one of his holograms is doing the work intended and that how the Doctor has developed on his own is rather impressive. Which is all the Doctor wanted to hear from his creator.
** Another heartwarming part in the episode is Zimmerman's assistant Haley, who is the first autonomous hologram he ever created. Zimmerman appreciates her to the level where he cancelled a lecture on Vulcan to fix her, and has arranged in his will that after his death Haley is to be kept online indefinitely.
11th Jan '17 12:38:55 PM wyattte
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6th Jan '17 10:31:54 PM wyattte
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* "Future's End" when the Doctor steps outside, on 20th century Earth, for the first time. It's his first time using the mobile emitter, and the awe on the Doctor's face is just wonderful.

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* "Future's End" when the Doctor steps outside, on 20th century Earth, for the first time. It's his first time using the debut of the mobile emitter, and the awe on the Doctor's face is just wonderful.



* "Pathfinder," The ending when Reginald Barclay at Starfleet Communications on Earth, successfully makes contact with the lost USS ''Voyager''. With a quick data exchange and welcome words of encouragement from Admiral Paris, the time of ''Voyager'''s total isolation from home is over with the knowledge that the crew will have the help of [[YouAreNotAlone their comrades in the Alpha Quadrant from now on]]. Particularly Admiral Paris telling his son Tom that he misses him, and is proud. On Earth, the Admiral and Barclay agree that the first objective of Project Pathfinder has succeeded and now it's time to help the lost ship get home.

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* "Pathfinder," The Even people who aren't huge ''Voyager'' fans love the ending when to "Pathfinder." Reginald Barclay Barclay, at Starfleet Communications on Earth, successfully makes contact with the lost USS ''Voyager''. With a quick data exchange and welcome words of encouragement from Admiral Paris, the time of ''Voyager'''s total isolation from home is over with the knowledge that the crew will have the help of [[YouAreNotAlone their comrades in the Alpha Quadrant from now on]]. Particularly Admiral Paris telling his son Tom that he misses him, and is proud. The look on Tom's face when he first hears his father's voice is especially great - he's silent the whole scene, but his face upon hearing his father is just "...daddy?" On Earth, the Admiral and Barclay agree that the first objective of Project Pathfinder has succeeded and now it's time to help the lost ship get home.



** The look on Tom's face when he first hears his father's voice is especially great.


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** Seriously, the whole scene is such a perfect climax to Barclay's whole character arc. After being an utter anxious mess on [=TNG=], and just after relapsing into his old habits on the holodeck, [[TheCloudCuckoolanderWasRight it's him and his outside-the-box thinking and relentless dedication that finally achieves what no one else at Starfleet could.]] Barclay, you gawky little man, you ''did it!!''


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-->[[spoiler:'''Janeway (stunned):''' .....we did it.]]
4th Jan '17 3:00:55 PM wyattte
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