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Tue, Aug 18, 2015, 1:23am (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: VOY S3: The Q and the Grey

The painfully obvious stupidity of this episode aside, the only part I did enjoy, though I did thoroughly enjoy it, was female Q referring to Janeway as a dog. Because Janeway is an awful character.
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Sat, May 16, 2015, 8:20pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: VOY S2: Tattoo

So we can all agree no one likes Space Indians? They seem so forced, boring and out of place.

Also as far as the doctor goes, there are bits of his coding that I'd like to think would be encrypted and read-only. This is the EMERGENCY MEDICAL hologram. The crew's last line of defense for protecting and restoring the lives of personnel. It annoys me that the writers would have this character of making itself sick on a whim, or by a crew mate. Things go wrong on starships all the time. A thousand anomalies can happen that prevent the EMERGENCY medical hologram from returning to a fully functioning status.

Another example is his interaction with the blond warrior woman from the Heroes and Demons episode, or that French lady in Paris' pool hall. EMH programmers would have had to go out of their way to write code that he gets nervous around pretty ladies flirting with him. Can you imagine AI breaking procedure during triage because he falls in love, or failing to remember treatments because he was so distracted by pretty alien guest of the day? He should have absolutely no emotion at all. But I guess that's boring to watch when you consider that's like Data but without the charming intrigue constantly wondering about humanoid culture, and expertise limited to medical knowledge as a role.
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