Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by LeadHead, Mar 3, 2014.
PARIS: Not more than 50 or 60 years ago. Hardly enough time for these structures to decay so badly.
NEELIX: They must've suffered some kind of disaster, maybe an earthquake.
TORRES: Well, we'll send down an archaeological team later on. Right now we've got our own work to do.
Paris: Are we in a rush?
TORRES: I just don't see any point in wasting time. Unless of course, you want to stall to put off demonstrating your climbing expertise.
Paris: Grab your gear and try to keep up.
NEELIX: No matter how real a holodeck program may seem, it just doesn't get your heart pumping like a genuine physical challenge. It's exhilarating.
TORRES: If you're looking for exhilaration...
NEELIX: It didn't look quite so steep on the sensor map, did it?
B'Elanna: We're prepared for this. We can handle it. Let's go.
Neelix: All this Starfleet technology almost takes the fun out of it.
PARIS: If you mean the fun of wondering whether your anchor will hold while you're dangling over a cliff, I think I'll pass. See you below
TORRES: (to Neelix) You go first. I'll follow you.
PARIS: Watch your footing!
TORRES: You're right. My heart is pumping faster.
NEELIX: Wait till we climb back up with a pack full of gallicite.
TORRES: Oh, I'm just getting warmed up.
(Neelix loses control and tumbles to the base of the cliff, nearly taking Torres with him.)
PARIS: No! Are you hurt?
Torres: You, you almost got us both killed.
NEELIX: I'm sorry. I don't know what happened.
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