When Q finds his son too much to handle he lets Captain Janeway have a crack at him.

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When Q finds his son too much to handle he lets Captain Janeway have a crack at him.

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Q considers Jean-Luc Picard when they doubt the choice of Janeway as Junior's godparent. Q and Picard had 8 memorable adventures together in Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987). See more »

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Q says that no Q has ever had a child. In TNG episode, "True Q", Amanda is a Q born from Q parents. See more »

Quotes

Q2: Aunt Kathy!
Captain Janeway: Don't you "Aunt Kathy" me!
Q2: Yell at me later. We need to get Icheb to sickbay.
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References Star Trek (1966) See more »

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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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I sure would love to have Q2 remain on Voyager!
8 March 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is a fun episode that not only brings Q to Voyager but his son, Q2! Interestingly, the REAL son of actor John de Lancie (Keegan) plays the lad--and he's a lot of fun to watch. This is because Q2 is a total brat who EVERYONE soon hates! Q has decided to help the boy grow up by leaving him with the Captain--and soon Q2 shows that he's a nasty jerk! But, when his powers are stripped away (after all, the Continuum can only take so much), he quickly learns his lesson and becomes a bit less of a jerk!

Overall, this episode is good mindless fun--as are all the Q episodes. And, inexplicably, instead of just going with the experience and having a good time (as the experiences always end up working out fine and often even to the crew's advantage), they once again seem perturbed by Q and Q2's visit--at least initially. I say WELCOME them--they sure were welcome for me, as these shows always brighten up the show-- which, otherwise, can sometimes be a bit dreary.


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