Direct from Starfleet a hologram of Barclay arrives with instructions to get Voyager home within three days. The Doctor suspects that there is something wrong with the hologram.

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Direct from Starfleet a hologram of Barclay arrives with instructions to get Voyager home within three days. The Doctor suspects that there is something wrong with the hologram.

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This was Frank Corsentino's (Gegis) final screen acting role. See more »

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Admiral Paris' rank pin shows 3 pips but in all of his appearances before and after he has 4 pips. See more »

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Counselor Deanna Troi: Tell me, what's the longest you've ever been incarcerated?
Leosa: [laughs] You can't send me to prison, Counselor. I didn't do anything wrong.
Counselor Deanna Troi: Maybe not. But I can order you held for psychiatric observation - extended observation.
Leosa: I may not be a Betazoid, but I work a dabo table; and I know when somebody's bluffing.
Counselor Deanna Troi: Try me!
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References Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993) See more »

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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
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Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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There's evil afoot...and it's Barkley!
5 March 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

When the show begins, instead of the usual monthly transmission of letters from Starfleet, something very, very BIG arrives instead--a hologram! When they activate it, it's a holographic Lt. Barkley. However, this one is very little like the real Barkley. He's sophisticated, clever and very entertaining. The crew loves him. However, what no one on Voyager realizes is that he is also something else....EVIL!!! It seems that this hologram was NOT sent by Starfleet but was stolen by the Ferengi and they're going to use it to steal something. But what? And how did they get this technology? And, more importantly, how can they warn Voyager once the folks on Earth discover the plot?!

This is a very good episode and is worth seeing. Plus, it must have been fun to be able to expand the Barkley character through his emotive, self-assured and evil holograph. Well worth seeing.


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