History Series / StarTrekVoyager

24th Jul '17 11:50:10 PM Unicorndance
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** Subverted with Neelix and Tuvok. Neelix tries so, so, so hard to be "Mr. Vulcan's" friend, but Tuvok's response is barely concealed contempt and sarcasm.

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** Subverted with Neelix and Tuvok. Neelix tries so, so, so hard to be "Mr. Vulcan's" friend, but Tuvok's response is barely concealed contempt annoyance at worst and sarcasm.neutrality at best.



%%* PsychicPowers: Kes, sometimes Tuvok.

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%%* * PsychicPowers: Kes, Kes has telekinesis and can sometimes Tuvok.read or sense minds. Tuvok can do Vulcan mind melds.


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* SoupIsMedicine: In "Favorite Son", Harry has a dream where he is a child and is sick with a sort of pox and his mother leaves to get him some soup. When he wakes up, he remembers that he did get sick with that pox as a child but it is not revealed whether the soup part happened in real life. Averted with Neelix's leola root soup, which is often fed to healthy people.
22nd Jul '17 7:26:14 AM Morgenthaler
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* SpaceshipGirl:
** Voyager's Computer had a bit more of a personality during "Q2" thanks to young Q's meddling
-->'''Janeway''': Coffee, black.
-->'''Replicator''': Make it yourself.
** "[[AliceAllusion Alice]]" in the episode of the same name. She's a SentientVehicle that establishes a [[BrainComputerInterface direct neural link]] to her pilots--Tom Paris in this case--to better control them. She appears as a beautiful woman who is only visible to Tom (an alien who sold the ship is shown to see her as a female member of his own species), and is [[ClingyJealousGirl psychotically possessive of her owner]].
** There was a similar episode where B'Elanna had to persuade a rogue Interplanetary Missile Girl that it was [[ColonyDrop targeting a noncombatant world]]. It wasn't just any girl, either - she'd reprogrammed it herself, and given it her own voice (the old voice was a Cardassian male which annoyed her).
21st Jul '17 2:04:08 PM Malady
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** ''Film/StarTrekInsurrection'': The Doctor disguises himself as a female Tarlac (a species introduced in the film) while [[spoiler: attempting to treat his creator Lewis Zimmerman back the Alpha Quadrant in Season 6's "LifeLine"]].

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** ''Film/StarTrekInsurrection'': The Doctor disguises himself as a female Tarlac (a species introduced in the film) while [[spoiler: attempting to treat his creator Lewis Zimmerman back the Alpha Quadrant in Season 6's "LifeLine"]]."[[Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS6E24LifeLine Life Line]]".
19th Jul '17 3:27:48 PM RadiatedRonin
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** This strikes again in "Future's End" as Captain Janeway is forced to [[spoiler: manually fire a photon torpedo, even after it has been mentioned by ''two seperate characters'' that this will almost certainly lead to death by plasma (the propellant used for the weapon). She fires it, and while there is a flash of light, Janeway emerges unscathed. Hell, her uniform doesn't even get smudged!]]
19th Jul '17 2:05:53 PM RadiatedRonin
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** Pretty much the attitude of the female Q in "The Q and the Grey." She spends her entire time with the crew calling them things like "dirty primitives" until called out by B'Elanna.
--> '''B'Elanna''': "You do know that us "dirty primitives" are the only chance you have of getting back into the Continuum, right?"
19th Jul '17 1:23:25 PM RadiatedRonin
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** The female Caregiver, Sasperia (sp?). Nice and cute, and then she gets mad, and her voice drops 2 octaves....
19th Jul '17 1:12:49 PM RadiatedRonin
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** One season 3 episode has Captain Janeway embark on a vision quest to [[spoiler: save Kes.]] Dialogue in-episode reveals that Janeway is a scientist, and her sister had the artistic streak. Three episodes later, "Macrocosm" shows the Captain painting in her ready room. Did she forget that she was the scientist? It could be that this was character development, but it came out of exactly nowhere.
10th Jul '17 3:24:35 PM RadiatedRonin
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*** Seven-of-Nine is considered so competent, ''none'' of the ''senior bridge officers'' refuse her summons when she calls them to the Astrometrics Lab. Note, that she has no official rank. The civilian in the lab she built herself ''routinely'' interrupts the bridge crew on their daily activities, like running the ship.

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*** Seven-of-Nine is considered so competent, ''none'' of the ''senior bridge officers'' refuse her summons when she calls them to the Astrometrics Lab. Note, Note that she has no official rank. The civilian in the lab she built herself '''herself''' ''routinely'' interrupts the bridge crew on their daily activities, like running the ship.ship, and no one chafes at the break in command structure.
10th Jul '17 3:22:28 PM RadiatedRonin
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*** Seven-of-Nine is considered so competent, ''none'' of the ''senior bridge officers'' refuse her summons when she calls them to the Astrometrics Lab. Note, that she has no official rank. The civilian in the lab she built herself ''routinely'' interrupts the bridge crew on their daily activities, like running the ship.
9th Jul '17 7:38:15 AM NightShade96
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* RealEventFictionalCause: "The Thirty-Sevens" had UsefulNotes/AmeliaEarhart and her crew be found on a planet by Captain Janeway and her crew, having been frozen in a deep sleep for four-hundred years.
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