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->'''Janeway:''' Guess I've lost track of the time.\\
'''Chakotay''': Well, this should help. ''(presents pocket-watch)''\\
'''Janeway:''' It's beautiful.\\
'''Chakotay:''' Nineteenth century, mechanical movement. It's a replica of the chronometer worn by Captain Cray of the British Navy, His ship was hit by a typhoon in the Pacific. Everyone back in England thought they were killed, but eight months later Cray sailed his ship into London harbour. There wasn't much left of it, a few planks, half a sail... but he got his crew home.
-->--"Year of Hell"



->''"We were looking for a way to [[RatingsStunt make the ratings soar]]\\
So we orchestrated an encounter with the Borg\\
Normally you'd think that that would get us into shit,\\
But [[BestKnownForTheFanservice this one has a smashing ass and lovely set of tits!]]"''
-->-- '''{{Music/Voltaire}}''', "The U.S.S. Make Shit Up"

->Space: The final [[CashCowFranchise marketing ploy.]]\\\
These are the continuing voyages of the starship ''Voyager.''\\\
I'm Captain Janeway -- and every ''other'' captain got an opening narration, except for me and [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine the black guy]]. Yeahhhh. Is it because we can grow our hair out ''naturally'', you prejudiced dickholes?
-->--'''Doug Walker''', ''Star Trek: Voyager [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Umf1ewercDE With Lyrics]]''

->I would erase 'Twisted'. What the ''hell'' was that? And the one with the lizards, too. I’ve forgotten the title -- [[LetUsNeverSpeakOfThisAgain blissfully]]. It was the one in which Robbie becomes a lizard and I become a lizard and we have lizard babies.
-->--'''Kate Mulgrew''' [[http://www.totallykate.com/articles/slog1199.html on]] "Threshold"

to:

->''"We were looking for a way to [[RatingsStunt make the ratings soar]]\\
So we orchestrated an encounter with the Borg\\
Normally you'd think that that would get us into shit,\\
But [[BestKnownForTheFanservice this one has a smashing ass and lovely set of tits!]]"''
-->-- '''{{Music/Voltaire}}''', "The U.S.S. Make Shit Up"

->Space: The final [[CashCowFranchise marketing ploy.]]\\\
These are the continuing voyages of the starship ''Voyager.''\\\
I'm Captain Janeway -- and every ''other'' captain got an opening narration, except for me and [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine the black guy]]. Yeahhhh. Is it because we can grow our hair out ''naturally'', you prejudiced dickholes?
-->--'''Doug Walker''', ''Star Trek: Voyager [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Umf1ewercDE With Lyrics]]''

->I would erase 'Twisted'. What the ''hell'' was that? And the one with the lizards, too. I’ve forgotten the title -- [[LetUsNeverSpeakOfThisAgain blissfully]]. It was the one in which Robbie becomes a lizard and I become a lizard and we have lizard babies.
-->--'''Kate Mulgrew''' [[http://www.totallykate.com/articles/slog1199.html on]] "Threshold"




->The first ''Star Trek'' movie that I saw was ''[[Film/StarTrekGenerations Generations]]''... And since then I've seen a few ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Next Generation]]'' episodes that I liked, and a couple of ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]''. I'm waiting for a good ''Voyager'' episode. [[SnubByOmission I hope one comes up soon.]]
-->--'''Robert Beltran''' on his ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' experience

->''Voyager'' was a show conceived in feminist or at least pro-woman terms. Conceived by a woman writer-producer, Jeri Taylor, along with Michael Piller, Voyager was the first Trek series with a woman Captain. Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) was an interesting mixture of Kirk-style heroics, nurturing, maternal sensitivity, and thoughtfully enquiring scientific curiosity (Janeway is a scientist as well as a Captain; unfortunately, this aspect of her persona [[{{Flanderization}} was downplayed in later years]]). Whereas ''Voyager'' had a strong female Captain, Janeway and several other strong women characters, ''[[Series/StarTrekEnterprise Enterprise]]'' features two female characters who represent two sides of the debased woman in patriarchy, [[StrawFeminist the tough woman denounced by hostile males]] and [[HystericalWoman the fumbling, wan hysteric.]]
-->--'''[[http://www.ejumpcut.org/archive/jc50.2008/StarTrekEnt/2.html David Greven]]'''

->Despite her loss, Seven of Nine is congratulated by the promoter for popping the ratings and being, as a hated Borg, such a great [[ForeignWrestlingHeel foreign heel]]. No, I’m [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer not making this up]], minus the wrestling jargon.
-->--'''''{{Website/Wrestlecrap}}''''', [[http://www.wrestlecrap.com/inductions/the-rock-on-star-trek/ "The Rock on Star Trek - The Rock 'N Spock Connection"]]

->Tuvok is ranting and throwing papers about in frustration. I believe this scene was inspired by Robert Beltran reading his script once.
-->--'''{{Website/SFDebris}}''' on "Endgame"

->The only damage that the ship suffers is that Janeway’s hair falls out of its bun.
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/voyager-season-three.html Doc Oho]]''' on "The Swarm"

->The bridge is on fire, allowing Sulu to [[OutOfTheInferno step theatrically through a plume of smoke]] to make his big entrance. However, when ''Excelsior'' reappears immediately following Kirk’s rescue in ''[[Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry The Undiscovered Country]]'', the bridge still looks new and fresh. There is no evidence of massive damage or destruction. Of course, this is ''Voyager''. It seems to take about five minutes to recover that "new starship smell" after nearly apocalyptic damage.
-->--'''[[https://them0vieblog.com/2016/04/22/star-trek-voyager-flashback-review/ Darren Mooney]]''' on "Flashback"

->To prepare for this recap, I (along with my family) watched a few ''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'' episodes from different seasons. And even in the early season one episodes, there seemed to already be a pattern in place in terms of plot. Namely: there's some problem that threatens the ship at the beginning of the episode. The problem may be external, or something caused by the crew of ''Voyager'' itself. A healthy amount of time is spent with various permutations of {{technobabble}} phrases, until eventually the right combination is spoken.
-->-- '''''Website/TheAgonyBooth''''', "The Fight"


->Despite her loss, Seven of Nine is congratulated by the promoter for popping the ratings and being, as a hated Borg, such a great [[EvilForeigner foreign heel]]. No, I’m [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer not making this up]], minus the wrestling jargon.

to:

->Despite her loss, Seven of Nine is congratulated by the promoter for popping the ratings and being, as a hated Borg, such a great [[EvilForeigner [[ForeignWrestlingHeel foreign heel]]. No, I’m [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer not making this up]], minus the wrestling jargon.


->The first ''StarTrek'' movie that I saw was ''[[Film/StarTrekGenerations Generations]]''... And since then I've seen a few ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Next Generation]]'' episodes that I liked, and a couple of ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]''. I'm waiting for a good ''Voyager'' episode. [[SnubByOmission I hope one comes up soon.]]

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->The first ''StarTrek'' ''Star Trek'' movie that I saw was ''[[Film/StarTrekGenerations Generations]]''... And since then I've seen a few ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Next Generation]]'' episodes that I liked, and a couple of ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]''. I'm waiting for a good ''Voyager'' episode. [[SnubByOmission I hope one comes up soon.]]


->'''Janeway:''' Guess I've lost track of the time.\\
'''Chakotay''': Well, this should help. ''(presents pocket-watch)''\\
'''Janeway:''' It's beautiful.\\
'''Chakotay:''' Nineteenth century, mechanical movement. It's a replica of the chronometer worn by Captain Cray of the British Navy, His ship was hit by a typhoon in the Pacific. Everyone back in England thought they were killed, but eight months later Cray sailed his ship into London harbour. There wasn't much left of it, a few planks, half a sail... but he got his crew home.
-->--"Year of Hell"

->'''Janeway''': On Telsian law. I think it's only fair that we let our guest know what to expect.\\
'''Tuvok''': The Telsian criminal justice system is rather barbaric.\\
'''Janeway''': Tell her about the prisons.\\
'''Tuvok''': Barely habitable. Inmates often die of malnutrition before they are brought to trial. Torture is commonplace, as is disease, including several incurable forms of psoriasis.
-->--"Live Fast and Prosper"

->'''Janeway''': "Psoriasis"?\\
'''Tuvok''': Improvisation is not foremost among my talents.\\
'''Janeway''': Considering I caught you off guard, I thought your performance was exemplary.\\
'''Tuvok''': Thank you, Captain. Was your order to call the Telsians part of the deception or did you actually want me to contact them?\\
'''Janeway''': Not yet. Let's give Dala some time to think about those "barbaric prisons."
-->--"Live Fast and Prosper"




->'''Janeway:''' Guess I've lost track of the time.\\
'''Chakotay''': Well, this should help. ''(presents pocket-watch)''\\
'''Janeway:''' It's beautiful.\\
'''Chakotay:''' Nineteenth century, mechanical movement. It's a replica of the chronometer worn by Captain Cray of the British Navy, His ship was hit by a typhoon in the Pacific. Everyone back in England thought they were killed, but eight months later Cray sailed his ship into London harbour. There wasn't much left of it, a few planks, half a sail... but he got his crew home.
-->--"Year of Hell"

->'''Janeway''': On Telsian law. I think it's only fair that we let our guest know what to expect.\\
'''Tuvok''': The Telsian criminal justice system is rather barbaric.\\
'''Janeway''': Tell her about the prisons.\\
'''Tuvok''': Barely habitable. Inmates often die of malnutrition before they are brought to trial. Torture is commonplace, as is disease, including several incurable forms of psoriasis.
-->--"Live Fast and Prosper"

->'''Janeway''': "Psoriasis"?\\
'''Tuvok''': Improvisation is not foremost among my talents.\\
'''Janeway''': Considering I caught you off guard, I thought your performance was exemplary.\\
'''Tuvok''': Thank you, Captain. Was your order to call the Telsians part of the deception or did you actually want me to contact them?\\
'''Janeway''': Not yet. Let's give Dala some time to think about those "barbaric prisons."
-->--"Live Fast and Prosper"


->The bridge is on fire, allowing Sulu to [[OutOfTheInferno step theatrically through a plume of smoke]] to make his big entrance. However, when ''Excelsior'' reappears immediately following Kirk’s rescue in ''[[Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry The Undiscovered Country]]'', the bridge still looks new and fresh. There is no evidence of massive damage or destruction. Of course, this is ''Voyager''. It seems to take about five minutes to recover that “new starship smell” after nearly apocalyptic damage.

to:

->The bridge is on fire, allowing Sulu to [[OutOfTheInferno step theatrically through a plume of smoke]] to make his big entrance. However, when ''Excelsior'' reappears immediately following Kirk’s rescue in ''[[Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry The Undiscovered Country]]'', the bridge still looks new and fresh. There is no evidence of massive damage or destruction. Of course, this is ''Voyager''. It seems to take about five minutes to recover that “new "new starship smell” smell" after nearly apocalyptic damage.



-->-- '''''TheAgonyBooth''''', "The Fight"

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-->-- '''''TheAgonyBooth''''', '''''Website/TheAgonyBooth''''', "The Fight"


-->--'''Robert Duncan McNeil''' on "Threshold"


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-->--'''Robert Duncan McNeil''' [=McNeil=]''' on "Threshold"

"Threshold"


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->The bridge is on fire, allowing Sulu to [[OutOfTheInferno step theatrically through a plume of smoke]] to make his big entrance. However, when ''Excelsior'' reappears immediately following Kirk’s rescue in ''[[Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry The Undiscovered Country]]'', the bridge still looks new and fresh. There is no evidence of massive damage or destruction. Of course, this is ''Voyager''. It seems to take about five minutes to recover that “new starship smell” after nearly apocalyptic damage.
-->--'''[[https://them0vieblog.com/2016/04/22/star-trek-voyager-flashback-review/ Darren Mooney]]''' on "Flashback"


->'If you take some mind altering substance and watch that episode I'm telling you...you'll appreciate it! Robert Duncan McNeil "Threshold"

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->'If ->If you take some mind altering substance and watch that episode I'm telling you...you you'll appreciate it! Robert it!
-->--'''Robert
Duncan McNeil "Threshold"
McNeil''' on "Threshold"



->'If you take some mind altering substance and watch that episode...I'm telling you...you'll appreciate it!'Robert Duncan McNeil concerning Threshold

to:

->'If you take some mind altering substance and watch that episode...episode I'm telling you...you'll appreciate it!'Robert it! Robert Duncan McNeil concerning Threshold
"Threshold"


->'If you take some mind altering substance and watch that episode...I'm telling you...you'll appreciate it!'Robert Duncan McNeil concerning Threshold



->Like ''[=DS9=]'' before it, ''Voyager'' too had a controversial legacy; not so much for what it did, but for [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot what it didn't do.]] Whereas ''[=DS9=]'' pushed the envelope and became a [[DarkerAndEdgier darker and grittier]] series than the other ''Star Treks'', Voyager, for the most part, [[StrictlyFormula played it safe]]. For this reason, ''[=DS9=]'' and ''Voyager'' are seen as being at the [[SlidingScaleOfShinyVersusGritty opposite ends on the fandom]], with ''[=DS9=]'' fans finding ''Voyager'' to be the weakest series, and ''Voyager'' fans finding ''[=DS9=]'' to be the weakest.
-->--'''''[[http://h2g2.com/edited_entry/A6756096 h2g2]]'''''

Added DiffLines:

->The first ''StarTrek'' movie that I saw was ''[[Film/StarTrekGenerations Generations]]''... And since then I've seen a few ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Next Generation]]'' episodes that I liked, and a couple of ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]''. I'm waiting for a good ''Voyager'' episode. [[SnubByOmission I hope one comes up soon.]]
-->--'''Robert Beltran''' on his ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' experience


->There have been more episodes that have taken place on Earth, or alternate Earth, or past Earth than I think [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries the original series]] did in its whole run, and the original series was set over in the Alpha Quadrant. Kirk and company never went to present day 23rd century Earth, their contemporaneous Earth, ever. Gene wouldn’t do it. ''Voyager'' is on the other side of the galaxy, and they have already run into some alien race [[WeAllLiveInAmerica recreating Starfleet Academy]].
-->--'''[[http://www.lcarscom.net/rdm1000118.htm Ronald D. Moore]]'''



->So we see that Captain Janeway has been promoted to Admiral. ....Shouldn't she be in a ''[[KarmaHoudini prison??]]''
-->--'''WebVideo/RedLetterMedia'''

->'''Janeway:''' Hello, Jean-Luc. I'm an Admiral, [[DudeWheresMyReward and you're not.]]\\
'''Picard:''' Fuck off, bitch. I saved Earth a half-dozen times and all you did was find your way back there after getting lost.
-->--[[http://www.stardestroyer.net/Nemesis/Pictorial-1.html Adam Wong]] on ''Film/StarTrekNemesis''

Added DiffLines:

->To prepare for this recap, I (along with my family) watched a few ''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'' episodes from different seasons. And even in the early season one episodes, there seemed to already be a pattern in place in terms of plot. Namely: there's some problem that threatens the ship at the beginning of the episode. The problem may be external, or something caused by the crew of ''Voyager'' itself. A healthy amount of time is spent with various permutations of {{technobabble}} phrases, until eventually the right combination is spoken.
-->-- '''''TheAgonyBooth''''', "The Fight"


But this one has [[BestKnownForTheFanservice a smashing ass and lovely set of tits!]]"''

to:

But this one has [[BestKnownForTheFanservice this one has a smashing ass and lovely set of tits!]]"''



->''"Space: The final [[CashCowFranchise marketing ploy.]]''
->''These are the continuing voyages of the starship ''Voyager.
->''I'm Captain Janeway -- and every ''other'' captain got an opening narration, except for me and [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine the black guy]]. Yeahhhh. Is it because we can grow our hair out ''naturally'', you prejudiced dickholes?"''

to:

->''"Space: ->Space: The final [[CashCowFranchise marketing ploy.]]''
->''These
]]\\\
These
are the continuing voyages of the starship ''Voyager.
->''I'm
''Voyager.''\\\
I'm
Captain Janeway -- and every ''other'' captain got an opening narration, except for me and [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine the black guy]]. Yeahhhh. Is it because we can grow our hair out ''naturally'', you prejudiced dickholes?"''dickholes?



->''“I would erase 'Twisted'. What the ''hell'' was that? And the one with the lizards, too. I’ve forgotten the title -- [[LetUsNeverSpeakOfThisAgain blissfully]]. It was the one in which Robbie becomes a lizard and I become a lizard and we have lizard babies.”''

to:

->''“I ->I would erase 'Twisted'. What the ''hell'' was that? And the one with the lizards, too. I’ve forgotten the title -- [[LetUsNeverSpeakOfThisAgain blissfully]]. It was the one in which Robbie becomes a lizard and I become a lizard and we have lizard babies.”''



->''"There have been more episodes that have taken place on Earth, or alternate Earth, or past Earth than I think [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries the original series]] did in its whole run, and the original series was set over in the Alpha Quadrant. Kirk and company never went to present day 23rd century Earth, their contemporaneous Earth, ever. Gene wouldn’t do it. ''Voyager'' is on the other side of the galaxy, and they have already run into some alien race [[WeAllLiveInAmerica recreating Starfleet Academy]]."''

to:

->''"There ->There have been more episodes that have taken place on Earth, or alternate Earth, or past Earth than I think [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries the original series]] did in its whole run, and the original series was set over in the Alpha Quadrant. Kirk and company never went to present day 23rd century Earth, their contemporaneous Earth, ever. Gene wouldn’t do it. ''Voyager'' is on the other side of the galaxy, and they have already run into some alien race [[WeAllLiveInAmerica recreating Starfleet Academy]]."''



->''"Like ''[=DS9=]'' before it, ''Voyager'' too had a controversial legacy; not so much for what it did, but for [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot what it didn't do.]] Whereas ''[=DS9=]'' pushed the envelope and became a [[DarkerAndEdgier darker and grittier]] series than the other ''Star Treks'', Voyager, for the most part, [[StrictlyFormula played it safe]]. For this reason, ''[=DS9=]'' and ''Voyager'' are seen as being at the [[SlidingScaleOfShinyVersusGritty opposite ends on the fandom]], with ''[=DS9=]'' fans finding ''Voyager'' to be the weakest series, and ''Voyager'' fans finding ''[=DS9=]'' to be the weakest."''

to:

->''"Like ->Like ''[=DS9=]'' before it, ''Voyager'' too had a controversial legacy; not so much for what it did, but for [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot what it didn't do.]] Whereas ''[=DS9=]'' pushed the envelope and became a [[DarkerAndEdgier darker and grittier]] series than the other ''Star Treks'', Voyager, for the most part, [[StrictlyFormula played it safe]]. For this reason, ''[=DS9=]'' and ''Voyager'' are seen as being at the [[SlidingScaleOfShinyVersusGritty opposite ends on the fandom]], with ''[=DS9=]'' fans finding ''Voyager'' to be the weakest series, and ''Voyager'' fans finding ''[=DS9=]'' to be the weakest."''



->''"Tuvok is ranting and throwing papers about in frustration. I believe this scene was inspired by Robert Beltran reading his script once."''

to:

->''"Tuvok ->''Voyager'' was a show conceived in feminist or at least pro-woman terms. Conceived by a woman writer-producer, Jeri Taylor, along with Michael Piller, Voyager was the first Trek series with a woman Captain. Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) was an interesting mixture of Kirk-style heroics, nurturing, maternal sensitivity, and thoughtfully enquiring scientific curiosity (Janeway is a scientist as well as a Captain; unfortunately, this aspect of her persona [[{{Flanderization}} was downplayed in later years]]). Whereas ''Voyager'' had a strong female Captain, Janeway and several other strong women characters, ''[[Series/StarTrekEnterprise Enterprise]]'' features two female characters who represent two sides of the debased woman in patriarchy, [[StrawFeminist the tough woman denounced by hostile males]] and [[HystericalWoman the fumbling, wan hysteric.]]
-->--'''[[http://www.ejumpcut.org/archive/jc50.2008/StarTrekEnt/2.html David Greven]]'''

->Despite her loss, Seven of Nine is congratulated by the promoter for popping the ratings and being, as a hated Borg, such a great [[EvilForeigner foreign heel]]. No, I’m [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer not making this up]], minus the wrestling jargon.
-->--'''''{{Website/Wrestlecrap}}''''', [[http://www.wrestlecrap.com/inductions/the-rock-on-star-trek/ "The Rock on Star Trek - The Rock 'N Spock Connection"]]

->Tuvok
is ranting and throwing papers about in frustration. I believe this scene was inspired by Robert Beltran reading his script once."''



->''"The only damage that the ship suffers is that Janeway’s hair falls out of its bun. "''

to:

->''"The ->The only damage that the ship suffers is that Janeway’s hair falls out of its bun. "''bun.



->''"So we see that Captain Janeway has been promoted to Admiral. ....Shouldn't she be in a ''[[KarmaHoudini prison??]]''"''

to:

->''"So ->So we see that Captain Janeway has been promoted to Admiral. ....Shouldn't she be in a ''[[KarmaHoudini prison??]]''"''prison??]]''



-->--'''[[http://www.stardestroyer.net/Nemesis/Pictorial-1.html Adam Wong]]''' on ''Film/StarTrekNemesis''

->''"One of the biggest appeals of doing a show like ''Voyager'' was the idea that ''Star Trek'' could get away from cliché aliens like [[TheUsualAdversaries Klingons and Romulans and Ferengi]].\\\
And yet, here a Romulan is, six episodes into the show."''
-->--'''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2014/09/29/star-trek-voyager-eye-of-the-needle-review/ Darren Mooney]]''' on "Eye of the Needle"

->'''Janeway:''' As woman, I am more likely [[WomenDrivers to ask for directions home.]]
-->--'''''{{Website/Cracked}}'''''

->''"Despite her loss, Seven of Nine is congratulated by the promoter for popping the ratings and being, as a hated Borg, such a great [[EvilForeigner foreign heel]]. No, I’m [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer not making this up]], minus the wrestling jargon."''
-->--'''''{{Website/Wrestlecrap}}''''', [[http://www.wrestlecrap.com/inductions/the-rock-on-star-trek/ "The Rock on Star Trek - The Rock 'N Spock Connection"]]

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-->--'''[[http://www.-->--[[http://www.stardestroyer.net/Nemesis/Pictorial-1.html Adam Wong]]''' Wong]] on ''Film/StarTrekNemesis''

->''"One of the biggest appeals of doing a show like ''Voyager'' was the idea that ''Star Trek'' could get away from cliché aliens like [[TheUsualAdversaries Klingons and Romulans and Ferengi]].\\\
And yet, here a Romulan is, six episodes into the show."''
-->--'''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2014/09/29/star-trek-voyager-eye-of-the-needle-review/ Darren Mooney]]''' on "Eye of the Needle"

->'''Janeway:''' As woman, I am more likely [[WomenDrivers to ask for directions home.]]
-->--'''''{{Website/Cracked}}'''''

->''"Despite her loss, Seven of Nine is congratulated by the promoter for popping the ratings and being, as a hated Borg, such a great [[EvilForeigner foreign heel]]. No, I’m [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer not making this up]], minus the wrestling jargon."''
-->--'''''{{Website/Wrestlecrap}}''''', [[http://www.wrestlecrap.com/inductions/the-rock-on-star-trek/ "The Rock on Star Trek - The Rock 'N Spock Connection"]]
''Film/StarTrekNemesis''



->'''Janeway''': On Telsian law. I think it's only fair that we let our guest know what to expect.
->'''Tuvok''': The Telsian criminal justice system is rather barbaric.
->'''Janeway''': Tell her about the prisons.
->'''Tuvok''': Barely habitable. Inmates often die of malnutrition before they are brought to trial. Torture is commonplace, as is disease, including several incurable forms of psoriasis.
-->"Live Fast and Prosper"

->'''Janeway''': "Psoriasis"?
->'''Tuvok''': Improvisation is not foremost among my talents.
->'''Janeway''': Considering I caught you off guard, I thought your performance was exemplary.
->'''Tuvok''': Thank you, Captain. Was your order to call the Telsians part of the deception or did you actually want me to contact them?
->'''Janeway''': Not yet. Let's give Dala some time to think about those "barbaric prisons."
-->"Live Fast and Prosper"

to:

->'''Janeway''': On Telsian law. I think it's only fair that we let our guest know what to expect.
->'''Tuvok''':
expect.\\
'''Tuvok''':
The Telsian criminal justice system is rather barbaric.
->'''Janeway''':
barbaric.\\
'''Janeway''':
Tell her about the prisons.
->'''Tuvok''':
prisons.\\
'''Tuvok''':
Barely habitable. Inmates often die of malnutrition before they are brought to trial. Torture is commonplace, as is disease, including several incurable forms of psoriasis.
-->"Live -->--"Live Fast and Prosper"

->'''Janeway''': "Psoriasis"?
->'''Tuvok''':
"Psoriasis"?\\
'''Tuvok''':
Improvisation is not foremost among my talents.
->'''Janeway''':
talents.\\
'''Janeway''':
Considering I caught you off guard, I thought your performance was exemplary.
->'''Tuvok''':
exemplary.\\
'''Tuvok''':
Thank you, Captain. Was your order to call the Telsians part of the deception or did you actually want me to contact them?
->'''Janeway''':
them?\\
'''Janeway''':
Not yet. Let's give Dala some time to think about those "barbaric prisons."
-->"Live -->--"Live Fast and Prosper"


->''"New quadrant, same old cliches."''
-->-- '''{{SFDebris}}''', "Heroes and demons"

to:

->''"New quadrant, same old cliches.->''"Tuvok is ranting and throwing papers about in frustration. I believe this scene was inspired by Robert Beltran reading his script once."''
-->-- '''{{SFDebris}}''', "Heroes and demons"
-->--'''{{Website/SFDebris}}''' on "Endgame"

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