Voyager reaches a region of space where they encounter a species that travel space in swarms of small spaceships and they attach themselves to the ship. Also the Doctor is beginning to lose his memory and Torres activates a Jupiter Station holographic diagnostic program where they meet the holographic image of his creator. Written by
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Made obvious in several scenes in this episode, Robert Picardo, the Doctor, is an accomplished singer. While he was at Yale University, he was a member of the Society of Orpheus and Bacchus, the second longest running undergraduate a cappella group in the United States. Then in 1977, he made his Broadway debut. He appeared in Gemini (1977) and Tribute (1978). See more
When getting ready for Paris' surgery, The Doctor states that he is sterilizing his hands, which makes little sense: he is a hologram that could just change his density to nothing, remove any germs on his surface, and then reinstate his solidness. Furthermore, after the sterilization is complete, he touches the control pads on different pieces of equipment, which have been touched in the past by other people who were not sterilized and would nullify the effort of sterilizing his hands. See more
As far as anyone's sensors are concerned, we're lit up like a Christmas tree.
[after one of the alien ships has changed Voyager's shield polarity
O Soave Fanciulla
from "La Boheme"
Music by Giacomo Puccini
Sung by Robert Picardo See more