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Vorik: Not at all.
EMH: You seem much improved.
Vorik: Yes. Your holodeck therapy was very effective. I must compliment you on an innovative solution.
EMH: I'm pleased to hear that. This could be a viable alternative for space-faring Vulcans. When we get back, I'm sure Starfleet medical will, never hear about your personal experiences from me.
VORIK: Thank you, Doctor. May I return to duty?
The Doctor: Soon, Ensign. I just need to run a few cortical scans.
Later, in sickbay, the Doctor presents his findings to Janeway.
The Doctor: Mister Voriks biochemical readings are stabilizing. They're not back to normal yet, but I believe he's made it through the worst of it. I'm ready to release him from sickbay.
EMH: Soon enough, Ensign. I'll need to run a few more cortical scans.
EMH: Mister Vorik's biochemical readings are stabilizing. They're not back to normal yet, but I believe he's got through the worst of it. I'm ready to release him from Sickbay.
Janeway: Good work, Doctor. Will this treatment help B'Elanna as well?
EMH: I don't see why not
Janeway: As soon as the away team gets back, I'll send her straight to you.
EMH: I'll get to work designing the half-Klingon version of the program. There's a copious amount of information in the cultural database about their mating practices. Did you know that fracturing a clavicle on the wedding night is actually considered a blessing on the marriage?
Janeway: As a matter of fact, I didn't.
EMH: I'm planning to do a comparative study of all these mating rituals. It really is fascinating, from a socio-biological point of view
Janeway: Im sure B'Elanna will appreciate your efforts, Doctor.
TORRES: Where are we?
Paris: Still stuck in the cave, I'm afraid.
TORRES: The caves? The gallicite. Where's my tricorder?
Paris: No. We're not looking for the gallicite anymore. We're trying to get back to the ship, remember?
TORRES: No... I don't.
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