Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by LeadHead, Sep 10, 2015.
EMH: She is heavily sedated. I assure you she's not going anywhere.
Tuvok steps back.
The Doctor: Thank You. Kes, I want you to anaesthesise her cranial nerves. 20 milligrams anetrazine.
Kes: Yes, Doctor.
The hypospray flies from across the room directly into Kes' hand.
Kes: I don't know what happened. I looked at the hypospray and it just came to me.
Have you been experimenting with your psychokinetic abilities?
KES: No, not for months, but I have been feeling a little strange lately. Lots of energy, sleeping less.
The Doctor scans Kes.
The Doctor: I can see why. Your serotonin levels are sixty two percent above normal. It's the telepathic centers of your brain. They're in a state of hyperstimulation like they were a few days ago when you were in contact with species 8472.
TUVOK: Are they attempting to communicate with you again?
Kes: No, this time it's different. I don't feel their presence at all.
TUVOK: Perhaps she's experiencing an aftereffect of some kind.
The Doctor: A reasonable diagnosis, for a security officer. I'll run a microsynaptic analysis, but it will have to wait. We should get back to to our Borg.
JANEWAY: Come in.
CHAKOTAY: Ship's status report. We've got two teams on the hull, stripping off the Borg armour. They're working around the clock but it's still slow going.
Janeway: What about the warp drive?
CHAKOTAY: Torres is having problems cleaning out the plasma relays. It's disrupting the antimatter reaction. Until she's got it fixed we're stuck at impulse. She's requesting all personnel with a level three engineering rating or higher to lend a hand.
Janeway: Granted. Tactical update?
CHAKOTAY: Long range sensors are picking up residual transwarp signatures; Borg vessels. They passed by probably 3 days ago.
Janeway: So we're not out of the woods yet.
CHAKOTAY: Having half our propulsion system overrun by Borg implants doesn't make repairs any easier.
JANEWAY: Seven of Nine could help with that.
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