When a crewmember's name, say, or pieces of biographical detail appear on a computer monitor, do you consider that to be canonical information, or write it off as a piece of scenery that was put in place before DVDs became commonplace and was never intended to be freeze-framed and examined up close? For instance, in "Imperfection" (VOY), Seven of Nine reads a list of crewmembers who have been killed in action. This includes Cmdr. J. Bartlett, Lt. Cmdr. L. McGarry, Lt. Cmdr. T. Ziegler, Lt. J. Lyman, Lt. S. Seaborn, Ens. Claudia J. Cregg, and Ens. Charles Young. Memory Alpha seems to take this at face value, and spends some time discussing whether there being another crewmember with a rank this high is plausible (since we already know the first officer was Lt. Cmdr Cavit). But it's also likely that the names really weren't intended to be part of the story, since if they were, the creators would likely have done something other than just throwing in a bunch of names from The West Wing. The explanations for characters listed as dying in the trip the Delta Quadrant are semi-plausible, but the list of crewmembers involved in the simulations in "The Killing Game" includes Cmdr. Brannon Braga, Cmdr. Jeri Taylor, Lt. Cmdr. Brad Yacobian and Lt. Cmdr. David Livingston. Given the implausibility of characters of these ranks being on Voyager and never being seen or mentioned, I think it's safe to guess that the random Okudagram in-jokes, like throwing in names of the production staff or characters from other TV shows, were never intended as part of the story, and to dismiss them. Thoughts? To what extent do you take on-screen graphics seriously?