The Doctor creates a holographic family, but B'elanna Torres thinks the Doctor's simulation is too "nice" (in a "Leave It To beaver" sort of way). She introduces some alterations to the program to make the simulation more accurate to real life: a wife who often disagrees, a rebellious teenage son, and a daughter who is sure she knows better than her doting father. When his daughter is critically injured the Doctor must make a choice, run back to his Voyager life, or face the harsh "reality" of losing a loved one. Written by
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B'Elanna has dinner with the Doctor and his family and seems to satisfy any hunger she may have from the meal. In other episodes, the crew has to save energy and is rationed to use the food replicator or else suffer the cuisine of Neelix. If the crew can freely use the holodeck, they could easily have scenarios where they get well fed and bypass the replicator rations. Also if the ship has to ration their energy, and assuming the replicators use the same energy source as the holodeck, why do they make such frivolous use of the holodeck? Furthermore, why does a utility hologram appliance such as the Doctor even need to use the holodeck wasting more ship energy? See more
Well - good-bye, all.
Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway See more