Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by LeadHead, Mar 5, 2013.
SAAVDRA: They will if we all keep to the same story.
JANEWAY: I won't lie about what happened here.
Saavdra: Then you say nothing.
JANEWAY: We murdered these people!
SAAVDRA: In self defense.
JANEWAY: If that were true, we wouldn't be vaporizing the evidence. You don't have to listen to him! We've got to let people know we panicked. They'll understand!
SAAVDRA: No, they won't. Move away. I said, move away.
JANEWAY: How long have I been here?
EMH: Three hours. You started hallucinating in Astrometrics. I'm afraid I had to sedate you.
JANEWAY: I was there. I was at the colony with Saavdra.
Doctor: You're not the only one. Thirty nine crew members have begun to experience the same memories.
TUVOK: It appears that the entire crew has been affected.
EMH: Their symptoms are identical. Increased engrammatic activity, nightmares.
JANEWAY: I can imagine the away team being pulled into an alien conflict,
but these people weren't anywhere near this system.
TUVOK: We've analysed Voyager's sensor records. If we did participate in a war, all evidence of it has been erased.
JANEWAY: The dream was so vivid. As real as anything I've experienced.
But I refuse to believe that we could.
EMH: Real or not, the memories are having a deleterious effect on the crew. The syndrome began to spread once we entered this system. I suggest we reverse course before it gets worse.
JANEWAY: No. If this massacre really happened, someone is to blame. I
want to be certain that it wasn't us.
TUVOK: With all due respect, your judgment may be clouded by feelings of guilt about an incident that never occurred. The danger to our crew here and now is indisputable.
(sits on a bunk with unnamed ensign)
JANEWAY: I've seen you looking better, Ensign.
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