Re: Janeway in the cases of Quinn and Tuvix
This is why I still think it would have been awesome if Tuvok and Neelix had been allowed to express any sort of opinion regarding the cost involved in restoring them. While it can be argued that Tuvix was biased, it could also be argued that he was in the best position to know what Tuvok and Neelix would feel about the idea of killing him to bring them back, and I believe he made his opposition patently obvious.
I sure as hell wouldn't be too thrilled to think that someone who meant me no harm was killed in order to save my life, especially if they were an entirely unique lifeform.
It was the best of Trek, it was the worst of Trek...
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