The Doctor uncovers evidence his memory was erased 18 months ago. Nearly all traces of a crewman and a fateful away mission have been deleted by Captain Janeway. Confronted by The Doctor's ... See full summary »

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The Doctor uncovers evidence his memory was erased 18 months ago. Nearly all traces of a crewman and a fateful away mission have been deleted by Captain Janeway. Confronted by The Doctor's need for answers and Seven of Nine's perspective on the rights of a hologram, Janeway restores the fatal truth about Ensign Jetal, The Doctor's choice that led to her death, and his resulting breakdown. Written by Meribor

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In the episode teaser, whenever The Doctor takes a picture of the crew members, the diaphragm effect is actually a mosaic of Ensign Jetal's face. See more »

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The flashbacks to season 3 show Janeway with the new, short haircut which she did not have yet. See more »

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Seven of Nine: I am having trouble with the nature of individuality.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: [laughs] There's a time and a place for philosophical discussion. Two in the morning in my quarters isn't one of them.
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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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An interesting situation for the Doctor.
26 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Of all the regular characters on "Star Trek: Voyager" my favorite has always been the Doctor. He has a lot of personality for a holographic guy, that's for sure and it's nice seeing his growth through the course of the series. In this one, you see even more growth and change--and it all comes whether he wants it or not.

Early in the show, the Doctor is very concerned as he has suddenly seen evidence that his programming has been tampered with and it occurred 18 months ago. He thinks at first that some aliens are responsible but ultimately he learns that Captain Janeway was responsible. Why would she have his programming changed? What is it from his experiences and memories that she doesn't want him to remember? The answer is really fascinating and leads the doctor to an existential crisis--the same one that nearly destroyed him 18 months earlier.

This is a very nice show because it allowed Robert Picardo to really expand his character and show even greater depth. Excellent.


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