Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by The Illusive Man, Mar 3, 2014.
Vorik: I'll find her. B'Elanna needs me and I need her.
TUVOK: It is a far more sensible strategy to get her safely back to Voyager, and then decide on the proper resolution.
Vorik: The resolution must be that we become mates. It is only logical.
TUVOK: Lieutenant Torres has never been a great follower of logic.
VORIK: You think she'll reject me again?
TUVOK: It might be wise to continue your meditative efforts.
VORIK: I'll do my best, sir.
TUVOK: It is difficult to estimate how soon her condition will become life threatening.
Paris: Life threatening? She could die from this?
PARIS: And you've gone through it every seven years of your adult life?
Tuvok: You only need to be concerned with Lieutenant Torres's situation.
PARIS: Right. Well, it looks like finding her won't be easy. Scanning range is limited to about 20 meters and even that's not too reliable.
Chakotay: You said she was going after the gallicite. We'll do the same and hope it leads us to her.
NEELIX: I'm ready to go, Commander.
CHAKOTAY: Let's go.
TORRES: Tom. Come here. You've got to see this.
Tuvok: How are you feeling, Lieutenant?
TORRES: Fine. This is an active power system. It must've been built by the colonists.
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