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(The cylinder tries to stutter into solidity next to Telek.)
Janeway: Can you get it back?
TORRES: The pattern buffer is having trouble accepting the matter stream.
Kim: I'll increase power to the
Kim [OC]: Phase transition coils.
(It still won't solidify.)
TORRES: Ramp the coils to thirty seven megajoules.
KIM: Thirty seven megajoules.
The cylinder solidifies and Telek takes hold of it.
TELEK: Congratulations, Captain. You've done it. Very impressive.
Janeway: We should run a series of these tests just to make sure, but we have to act quickly before the probe is crushed.
TELEK: I understand.
Janeway: Eventually we will have to try transporting a person. One of our crew will beam to your ship if you'll allow it.
Telek: I'm affraid I can't permit that Captain. My government would never allow Starfleet personnel on this ship. I wouldn't want my Logs to show that.
TUVOK: Then what would you suggest?
Telek: I'll volunteer to transport to your ship...and back again.
Janeway: But Captain, if we can't transport to your ship, how are we to get back?
Telek: If the procedure is successful, I'll arrange for a troop ship to join me. That would easily accommodate your crew.
Janeway: Very well. We'll be in touch.
CHAKOTAY: Kim and Torres have made more than twenty transports of the test cylinder, even though she's still having trouble with that phase variance. Every one of them has been successful.
Janeway: Let's hope it goes as well with the Romulan.
TUVOK: Captain, I must insist that I stay with him at all times while he is on board.
Entering Transporter Room:
TORRES: We're locked onto him. Whenever you're ready, Captain.
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