Re: Should they have kept Dr. Selar?
There's a scene in Voyager, fairly late in it's run. Janeway is making her way down a corridor in a combat situation, she is unarmed and comes upon a crew member with (iirc) a phaser rifle, she holds out her hand and says "crewman," and he hands her the weapon.
This is like season six, there are only about a hundred and fifty people aboard the ship and Janeway calls this guy "crewman?"
Hah! Well, Voyager
had so many things wrong with it by season six I'm honestly not surprised by that at all. It's like the writers didn't even care anymore at that point.
"What's a knockout like you doing in a computer generated gin joint like this?"