Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by LeadHead, Jan 13, 2012.
JARYN: You're lying.
EMH: I know you have feelings for Ranek. If he dies you're never going to forgive yourself.
^[Lokirrim ship - Medical bay]
EMH: Your vital signs are stable.
RANEK: I suppose I should be grateful.
EMH: A thank you is customary after someone saves your life.
RANEK: What happened was between me and Seven of Nine, not you.
EMH: I'm sorry you feel that way. The truth is, aside from a few awkward moments, I enjoyed our time together. There are many women who'd appreciate an attractive man like you. I'm just not one of them.
JARYN: More of our vessels are on the way. You should leave while you can.
RANEK: Thank you. (leaves)
EMH: I guess you won't be introducing me to your brother.
JARYN: I'm not sure you're the kind of person he's interested in.
EMH: You mean because I'm a hologram. I don't imagine this experience is going to change your feelings about photonics, but I wanted you to know I'm grateful for the time we've spent together.
JARYN: You're a talented Doctor. We're the ones who should be grateful.
EMH: I'm glad I could help. Doctor to Voyager. One to beam out.
PARIS: Commander, it's good to see you're over the flu.
TUVOK: I have fully recovered. Thank you for your assistance.
PARIS: Ah, don't mention it. I just hope everything was okay.
TUVOK: Not exactly. My wife's ears are four millimeters shorter than your facsimile's.
PARIS: So I took a little artistic license. Aside from that, was everything all right?
TUVOK: The hologram was adequate, but no substitute for my wife.
PARIS: Of course not.
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