Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by LeadHead, Dec 12, 2011.
PARIS: But we scanned for debris.
SEVEN: The charge you detonated tore an opening in subspace.
PARIS: And that's where the reactor went?
SEVEN: It was pushed there by a tractor beam.
Tuvok: Do you have evidence of a Tractor Beam?
TUVOK: Speculation is not evidence. There was no tractor beam because there was no ship in the vicinity to generate one, unless you can prove otherwise
SEVEN: Thank you, Commander.
NEELIX: Looking for a midnight snack?
SEVEN: I require information. I'm attempting to determine whether the catapult technology was derived from the Caretaker's array.
NEELIX: So I heard. A fascinating theory. It's got my mind spinning.
SEVEN: How long were you in the vicinity of the array before Voyager arrived?
NEELIX: About a year. Kes was on a nearby planet and... er... we were getting very close.
SEVEN: Did you ever encounter the Caretaker directly?
NEELIX: Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no. In my opinion, any being powerful enough to grab ships from the other side of the galaxy should be avoided.
SEVEN: According to Voyager's database, he claimed he was searching for a genetically compatible mate. Did you believe that explanation?
NEELIX: I had no reason to doubt it, though it did seem a bit excessive. I mean, all those ships.
SEVEN: What happened to them?
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