Voyager answers a distress call from an alien device with bio-neural circuitry and sentience. Voyager beams the 'survivor' aboard, and further scans show it is a highly-sophisticated warhead capable of mass-destruction. The Doctor, who speaks it's technical language fights for it's rights when the rest of the crew seeks to distance the ship before the warhead fulfills it's purpose. His efforts are unappreciated when, facing shut down, the warhead's intelligence commandeers The Doctor's program and several ship's systems. It's ultimatum is clear: Voyager will deliver the warhead to it's target or be destroyed. Written by
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A popular 'Bushism' quote by former President 'Bush 43': "There's an old saying in Tennessee-I know it's in Texas, probably in Tennessee-that says, 'Fool me once, shame on...shame on you...(long pause)...Fool me...you can't get fooled again.'" - Nashville, Tennessee; September 17, 2002
In the opening scene of Warheads, Neelix proclaims to Paris the same expression more well delivered: NEELIX: "Your people have a saying. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. In other words, your credit's no good here." See more
When Tuvok introduces a malfunction to the Sickbay Holo-emitters and we see it start to take effect, The Doctor is wearing the mobile emitter. The mobile emitter is completely separate from the sickbay Holo-systems and would not be effected. See more
You people have a saying: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. In other words, your credit's no good here.
Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway See more