Star Trek: Voyager: Season 6, Episode 13

Virtuoso (26 Jan. 2000)

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The Doctor's singing talent is so appreciated by one species that he is considering resigning his Starfleet commission and staying on with his millions of adoring fans.

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The Doctor's singing talent is so appreciated by one species that he is considering resigning his Starfleet commission and staying on with his millions of adoring fans.

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The image of the city on the Qomar home world is the exact same image used for the first planet "erased" by the Krenim time-altering device in Star Trek: Voyager: Year of Hell: Part 1 (1997). See more »

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When the doctor is with Janeway to resign his commission, Janeway is telling the doctor that she is responsible for the medical needs of this crew. You can determine that the medical knowledge is essential for this crew and its future survival. However, we know from the Episode Equinox that voyager has a second EMH doctor stored in memory without its ethical subroutines, which are easy to activate. See more »

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[Seven has issued red alert]
Seven of Nine: I believe the Qomar are attempting to disable our com system.
Captain Janeway: How?
Seven of Nine: By overloading it with millions of teraquads of irrelevant data.
Captain Janeway: What do you mean by "irrelevant"?
[she takes a look at the data]
Captain Janeway: They're transmissions... all addressed to the Doctor.
Seven of Nine: Precisely. I've only been able to decipher a small fraction of them so far, but they include invitations to social and scientific functions, requests for personal encounters, and cloying tributes to the Doctor's talents.
Captain Janeway: ...
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References Star Trek: Voyager: Year of Hell: Part 1 (1997) See more »

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Dio, che nell'alma infondere
from the Opera "Don Carlos"
Written by Giuseppe Verdi
Performed by Robert Picardo
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Good acting, but a sub-par episode
16 April 2007 | by (North Carolina, USA) – See all my reviews

While assisting a group of technologically advanced aliens, they hear the Doctor sing and instantly become mesmerized by his voice. Voyager returns the aliens to their home world where the Doctor becomes adored like The Beatles when they first came to America. The Doctor must decide if he wants to stay on this planet where he is worshiped as a singer or remain with the Voyager. There is also the question of if he should be allowed to leave the ship, since he is in essence an Emergency Medical Hologram.

Robert Picardo turns in a fine performance in this episode, and there are some great scenes with him and Kate Mulgrew, but this is one of the show's weaker episodes.

It's still worth watching as it brings up some interesting concepts about exactly how to classify the Doctor now. Hologram property of Starfleet or a sentient being. In a way this is a courtroom episode, but instead of a courtroom it takes place in a concert hall.


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