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Seska (Character)
from "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995)

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"Star Trek: Voyager: State of Flux (#1.10)" (1995)
[Seska has revealed to Chakotay that she has served him food stolen out of Neelix's kitchen]
Commander Chakotay: Thanks for including me in a criminal conspiracy! Does he know about this yet?
Seska: Well, the morale crisis ended a few minutes ago, so I'd say...
Neelix: [over communicator] Neelix to Chakotay!
Seska: ...that he probably does.

Seska: What's wrong with you? Talk to me, Chakotay, you owe me that much.
Commander Chakotay: What would you say I owe it to a Cardassian who infiltrated my crew?

Commander Chakotay: The one thing I still can't understand is... why?
Seska: I did it for you. I did it for this crew. We are alone here, at the mercy of any number of hostile aliens, because of the incomprehensible decision of a Federation captain - a Federation captain who destroyed our only chance to get home. Federation rules! Federation nobility! Federation compassion? Do you understand, if this had been a Cardassian ship, we would be home now! We must begin to forge alliances. To survive, we must have powerful friends. The Kazon-Nistrim were willing to be our protectors, in return for some minor technology.

Seska: You are a fool, Captain.
Seska: [to Chakotay] And you're a fool to follow her. I can't imagine how I ever loved you.


"Star Trek: Voyager: Prime Factors (#1.9)" (1995)
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: You looked a million light years away.
Seska: No - only about 70,000.

[Engineering's attempt to secretly use the trajectory matrix has failed]
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: We're not going to cover this up.
Seska: Are you crazy? We don't have to take the blame for this!
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: But we're going to. We disobeyed orders, gambling it would pay off. It didn't. And now we just can't pretend like nothing happened.
Seska: I don't understand. There's no need for this.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: I'm sorry if you don't get it, Seska. But it has something to do with, um... with being able to live with yourself.
Seska: That doesn't sound like you. You've changed.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: If that's true, I take it as a compliment.

Seska: [illicitly using the Sikarian spatial trajector to get home] This could be our only chance.


"Star Trek: Voyager: Maneuvers (#2.11)" (1995)
[last lines]
Seska: [in an automated message] Hello, Chakotay. Congratulations on your victory. I look forward to our next meeting. Oh, and there's something you should know: while you were unconscious, I took the liberty of extracting a sample of your DNA. I impregnated myself with it. So, I guess, more congratulations are in order. You're going to be a father!

Seska: I'm not a monster.


"Star Trek: Voyager: Shattered (#7.11)" (2001)
Seska: [Chakotay, after being captured by Seska and the Kazon, explains the temporal problem to Seska] Let him go.
Rulat: You believe him?
Seska: His story is too preposterous to be a lie.


"Star Trek: Voyager: Basics: Part 1 (#2.26)" (1996)
Seska: What do you think of your son, Chakotay? He has your eyes, don't you think? Thank goodness he doesn't look too Human. You all have such weak foreheads.
Commander Chakotay: May he grow up never knowing the contempt his father has for his mother.


"Star Trek: Voyager: Worst Case Scenario (#3.25)" (1997)
Seska: [on Neelix] Do you want me to shoot him?
Chakotay: We're still going to need a cook.


"Star Trek: Voyager: Basics: Part 2 (#3.1)" (1996)
Seska: Why create a thoron leak if you're not hiding someone?
The Doctor: I would think it's obvious. To make you believe I was hiding someone. I've had your people crawling through the bowels of this ship for hours, looking for an intruder.
Seska: You're more talented in the art of deception than you led me to believe.
The Doctor: I was inspired by the presence of a master.