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Someone to Watch Over Me 

Voyager makes first contact with the Kadi, a ritualistic race with many social protocol. Seven takes the advice of the Captain and The Doctor gives her classes in dating. Neelix plays ... See full summary »

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Voyager makes first contact with the Kadi, a ritualistic race with many social protocol. Seven takes the advice of the Captain and The Doctor gives her classes in dating. Neelix plays babysit-the-drunk when Tomin (guest star Scott Thompson,) the Kadi Ambassador turns from preacher to party animal. The Doctor finds himself falling for his student. Written by Meribor

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28 April 1999 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the song "Someone to Watch Over Me" composed by George Gershwin with lyrics by Ira Gershwin from the musical Oh Kay! (1928). See more »

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Tomin gets drunk on Synthohol-- a substance that, in Star Trek canon-- tastes like alcohol but does not have the intoxicating effects. However, the Doctor says Tomin's physiology does not have the necessary enzymes to break down Synthohol. This leads to a hangover and could lead to intoxication as a result. See more »

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The Doctor: I heard about the mess hall incident.
Seven of Nine: This crew can be very efficient at disseminating information, when they choose to be.
The Doctor: They say gossip travels faster than warp speed.
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References Oh Kay! (1928) See more »

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You are My Sunshine
Written by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell
Performed by Jeri Ryan & Robert Picardo
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Voyager's take on My Fair Lady
26 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

The main plot of this one involves Seven of Nine learning more social skills. The Doctor and Tom Paris make a bet about her potential, with the Doctor coaching her on.

A Sub-plot involves an ambassador from a bland culture visiting the ship and Neelix in charge of his well-being. Scott Thompson (The Kids in the Hall & The Larry Saners Show) plays the ambassador in a hilarious performance.

We also meet a crew member on the ship who isn't killed after speaking 2 lines, and he has a personality. He's the one Seven of Nine asks to dinner.

This one is more about laughs and singing and Seven of Nine's feelings, showing she does have a heart beneath the catsuit and Borg Impants. This one is worth the watching for Scott Thompson alone.


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