Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by Farscape One, Oct 17, 2018.
True. Maybe Neelix was a dab hand at 'Fifty Ways to Make Leftovers Tasty'.
He even has a cookbook.
They had some pretty tasty-looking vegetable plates as I recall (plates of a multi-colored array of stuff). when Neelix feeds Seven steamed chadrekab it reminded me of some sort of squash cubes. Wonder what that was actually....
...and of course there's a Star Trek cookbook out there. https://www.amazon.com/Star-Trek-Cookbook-Ethan-Phillips/dp/0671000225/
Doc loves cheesecake.
And everything else.
And I’m partial to those charred roasts myself.
This moment in the cave with Neelix and Paris.
The alien hatchling making all these alien baby noises, and-
Neelix, to Paris: “I feel that I owe you an apology.”
Paris looks down at the hatchling quizzically, for a second, as if he’s thinking, “What? The baby AGREES?”
The Doctor telling Neelix don’t worry I’m not going to kiss you, and Neelix saying he’ll try to contain his disappointment.
I think this was brought up on another thread somewhere. Whenever there's a scene with food. How often do you see them actually eat. In Pathfinder, when Troi comes to visit Barclay. He asks her if she wants something. She says one scoop of of chocolate ice cream. He gives it to her and she doesn't even take one bite. Setting it on the table for his cat Neelix to get into.
I guess it was in the Cliché tread in Generall Discussion.
With Troi’s passion for desserts, I’m surprised that she didn’t eat it anyway.
not sure Sirtis shares that same passion... or perhaps there was some respect for what she went through at a younger age and the resulting eating disorders, etc that followed in the wake.
So it’s an inside joke, a running gag.
Like when she takes an alien to the buffet, skips all nutrition, and goes straight for the dessert cart.
I like it.
Still wondering about that. It must have been replicated (I'm not seeing an oven in Janeway's quarters), so how the hell did she BURN it?
Maybe she accidentally requested it burned from the replicator?
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I’m no Dr. Carol Marcus.
Henry Starling's "Uh oh" as he was about to explode. It was the kind of "uh oh" one uses for mild inconvenience, and not impending death. Amazing.
Seven practicing her smile at the start of "One"
You would think he would at least have uttered "Oh, shit". Like Data did when he saw that the Enterprise was going to crash into Veridian 3.
My favorite little moment I can sum up in three words.
That. Pocket. Watch.
(VOY SE4, EP 08 and 09—The Year of Hell, Parts 1 & 2)
Captain Braxton is arrested on the bridge of his own ship for crimes he was "going" to commit. His protest of innocence is priceless.
Janeway's panic when Tuvok reports, "They have a Borg signature."
I love the amateur video of Voyager streaking across the California sky in "Future's End". Now that is how you film a UFO!
Picardo’s panic when he comes home to his new “reality adjusted”
family in Real Life.
After gloating to Torres about his happy hologram family program, she tweaks it to include nothing but problems. One of which is Klingon 15 year olds, a pair of hooligans who indoctrinate his son,
who now wears warrior clothing, piercings, and wants to participate in rituals like cutting himself with a Klingon handheld stabbing weapon.
It’s a drugs, sex, and rock n’ roll allegory for Klingon teenagers.
And a window into Torres. No wonder she so mean.
When Q makes fun of Chakotay, claiming he has the bigger tattoo. In Voyager Chakotay is the victim of Q's provocations. In TNG it is Worf.
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