Who was your favorite hologram(s)/holographic series?

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Which was your favorite hologram(s)/holographic series?

  1. Dixon Hill series

    20.9%
  2. Riker's Jazz Bar with Minuet

    20.9%
  3. Sherlock Holmes series

    27.9%
  4. Leah Brahms / Enterprise D diagnostic assistant

    11.6%
  5. Issac Newton, Albert Einstein, and Stephen Hawkins/Data´s poker table

    14.0%
  6. The Ancient West with Frank Hollander

    4.7%
  7. Barclay's recreations (TNG and Voyager)

    23.3%
  8. The Adventures of Julian Bashir, Secret Agient

    41.9%
  9. Vic Fontaine's Las Vegas Lounge

    27.9%
  10. Fair Haven

    2.3%
  11. Leonardo Da Vinci's workshop

    14.0%
  12. Lewis Zimmerman's Holographic assistant Nurse Haley

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  13. Exobiology Specialist Dr. Crell Moset

    2.3%
  14. Chez Sandríne's Bistro

    2.3%
  15. The Adventures of Captain Proton

    27.9%
  16. Janeway's Gothic Holonovel

    2.3%
  17. Tuvok's Maquis Scenario

    9.3%
  18. The EMH's Holonovel

    9.3%
  19. The Nazi Program from "The Killing Game"

    7.0%
  20. The Holographic Renegades from "Flesh and Blood"

    2.3%
  21. Tuvok's Emergency Pon Farr program

    4.7%
  22. Flotter and Trevis

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
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  1. bbjeg

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  2. Greg Cox

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    "Our Man Bashir" was a lot of fun.
     
  3. bbjeg

    bbjeg Admiral Admiral

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    My top three would be Data´s poker table, Leonardo Da Vinci's workshop, and Fair Haven.
     
  4. CorporalCaptain

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    Where's the Doctor's family from Real Life? :(
     
  5. Captain Kathryn

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    Can I pick simply "the EMH". :D

    I also really enjoyed on TNG where Data is trying to learn "comedy" from that old comedian in that one episode.

    Of course I have to love Sandrine's.
     
  6. bbjeg

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    ^I was avoiding EMH's. This was focused on everyone else.
    Missed that one but I think he discontinued it anyway (or simply stopped loading it) after what happened.
     
  7. Captain Kathryn

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    Oh damn I forgot to vote for this one. I love his secret agent program. But I have to say, that was probably mostly because of Garak in the episode. :D
     
  8. R. Star

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    I protest the exclusion of Vulcan Love Slave in this poll.
     
  9. GENERAL_DS

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    Really? no captain proton.... :wtf:

    Secret agent bashir seemed like a pretty fun program, right next to vic fontaine. Vic was a really deep holodeck character and arguably even sentient. (almost the same argument if the doctor is sentient) He also got quite a bit of screen time, even a whole episode on him and Nog.
     
  10. Melakon

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    Look closer.

     
  11. dub

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    this is a tough one!!! :eek:
     
  12. Nine of Four

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    Dixon Hill for the win!!

    Only dude who realized how easy the Borg are to defeat; projectiles.
     
  13. bbjeg

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    ^Dixon Hill is the only hologram up there that was in a movie.

    That's why "Tuvok's Emergency Pon Farr program" is up there. It's the... traditional way of saying it.
     
  14. BillJ

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    Dixon Hill as used in the first couple seasons of TNG.
     
  15. R. Star

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    Paris playing holopimp, while noteworthy, wasn't Vulcan Love Slave with three separate volumes. ;)
     
  16. bbjeg

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    ^Oh, I forgot that was the name of Quark's novel. I thought you were kidding, my bad.

    We didn't really see it anyway.
     
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    Julian Bashir, Secret Agent: Particularly liked the view out the round window when they were on a mountain top.

    Vic Fontaine: Oh I loathed this my first DS9 watch but it grew on me big time. I particularly like Rom's use of it.

    The EMH's Holonovel: Parody! Bitchiness! Grandiose out the wazoo! Pure comedy.

    Captain Proton: Queen Arachnia. 'nuff said.

    Nazi Program from The Killing Game: The costumes! JANEWAY IN A WHITE TUX! 7 as her beautiful femme partner.. everyone looks beautiful and interesting in The Killing Game.

    As to Fair Haven I love the Janeway makes a man storyline but I can't vote for it because quaint bucolic Irish villages are just eye rollingly awful.
     
  18. teacake

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    And sadly, we never saw the Vulcan Love Slave program.

    btw was it really called "the Ancient West"? Not the old west? :lol:
     
  19. sbk1234

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    I picked the Minuet program, Barcley's programs and Bashier's secret agent program, since they seem the ones where I could have the most amount of fun.

    However, the only time I really liked the holodeck as a plot device was when it was used more as a tool to help them solve a problem, like on the episode "Identity Crisis" where Geordi was trying to figure out what was going on through the simulations, or Booby Trap when he used the starship design office simulation.
     
  20. R. Star

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    It's a common Trek theme to constantly use the word ancient to remind us dumb people in the audience it's the future. I mean the space ships and stuff isn't enough.