Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Tcsfan, Jan 18, 2015.
Dear Doctor doesn't spend a lot of time in sickbay, and is one of the most disliked episodes of the series due to its flawed moral resolution.
Unfortunately A Night in Sickbay is another of the least liked, though I find it enjoyable. Interesting to see what the doctor gets up to at night.
The Breach is a decent-enough episode about the doctor having to treat someone his people regard as an enemy.
Similitude (about the ethics of cloning for organs) has a number of sickbay scenes, and is highly regarded.
In Doctor's Orders Phlox has to look after a mostly-unconscious crew.
Dr. Phlox features in the Affliction/Divergence arc, but is not in his sickbay, having been kidnapped by Klingons to cure a mysterious illness.
In Enterprise there are a few sickbay scenes but not episodes spend mostly or revolving around Sickbay, except of course for the eponymous Night In Sickbay.
I haven't seen the episode yet, and I think I do not even have to watch it, it will be better for me. The important things were already shown to me via screencaps.
I wish I had never seen it.
It's funny. Everybody celebrates the famous interracial kiss, but nobody wants to remember the context!
CG put to a modest use by Mike Okuda there.
Real Life and Latent Image are very good episodes.
I love "Real Life."
^ You are one of the few people (including me) that loves it.
Well, I didn't hate it.
Also Christine got what she was dreaming about for years....if you forget the context, of course....
Yes, but the context is overwhelming.
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