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"Star Trek: Voyager" Parturition (TV Episode 1995) Poster

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(1995)

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The Doctor: I am a doctor, not a voyeur.

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Kes: On my homeworld, it's so much simpler. You choose a mate for life; there's no distrust, no jealousy, no envy, no betrayal...

The Doctor: Hmm... Your world must have very dry literature.

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Ensign Harry Kim: Stay out of harm's way.

["old Chinese expression"]

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Tom Paris: Lock on to us, Voyager. If you hear muffled screams, consider that a request for a beam-out.

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Captain Kathryn Janeway: Have you encountered life forms?

Tom Paris: Actually, yes.

Captain Kathryn Janeway: Are they hostile?

Tom Paris: No, just... young.

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The Doctor: Throughout history, men have fought over the love of a woman. Why, I can quote you autopsy reports from duels as far back as 1538.

Kes: That's not funny!

The Doctor: It's not meant to be. You've always been interested in autopsies.

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Neelix: [while fighting with Tom Paris] I'll kill you!

Tom Paris: It's too late! I'm betting your hair-pasta already did the trick!

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Captain Kathryn Janeway: Set a course for Planet Hell, Commander.

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Tom Paris: I'm famous for my dirty tricks.

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Tom Paris: Aaww, Harry... I'm in trouble.

Ensign Harry Kim: What's new?

Tom Paris: I think I'm in love.

Ensign Harry Kim: What's new?

Tom Paris: With Kes.

Ensign Harry Kim: *Kes*?

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Tom Paris: Practice, Harry, practice!

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Kes: Neelix and Tom Paris had a physical... fight - over me!

The Doctor: How delightful.

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The Doctor: [theorizing on Paris' attraction to Kes] Whenever you walk into the room, his respiration increases, his pupils dilate and the coloration of his ears turns decidedly orange. Until I noticed the pattern, I thought he was suffering from Tanzian flu.

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Ensign Harry Kim: [about Paris and Neelix] I'm sure they'll both be fine.

Kes: Unless they kill each other.

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Tom Paris: She loves you, Neelix. I wouldn't stand a chance, nobody would.

Neelix: There are others?

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Tom Paris: There's a whole course at the Academy full of all sorts of survival strategies.

Neelix: I hope you had a passing grade?

Tom Paris: B minus.

Neelix: That's not very encouraging.

Tom Paris: My father was teaching the class that year.

Neelix: And he gave you a B minus? I guess he didn't play favorites, huh?

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Neelix: Tell me something - in that Starfleet survival course, did your father teach you to check for life signs before you seal yourself inside a cave?

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Kes: What happened?

Tom Paris: I became an uncle.

Neelix: And I'm a godmother!

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[Neelix is concerned that the alien mother might reject her baby]

Tom Paris: Neelix, one thing's for sure, whether the mother rejects it or not, she will reject you and me!

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[Kes appears to be rather tetchy]

The Doctor: You know, if you skipped lunch, the result might be a lower blood sugar level, which could... I'm sorry. It's in my program. I see something wrong, I must attempt to diagnose it.

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Neelix: I feel I owe you an apology.

Tom Paris: No, you don't.

Neelix: I had no right to push that pasta in your lap.

Tom Paris: Well - think of it this way: it saved me from having to eat it.

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KesThe Doctor: [respectively] There are some things you can't cure.

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Captain Kathryn Janeway: [having summoned Paris and Neelix, Janeway is surprised to see them covered in pasta and sauce] Would anyone care to explain?

Tom Paris: It might be too long to go into right now, Captain.

Captain Kathryn Janeway: Very well. I have a mission for the two of you. We have reason to believe that there are food sources on this planet, but we can't transport to the surface. You're going to take a shuttle down and do a little scouting.

Neelix: Me? And him?

Captain Kathryn Janeway: He's our best pilot, and you're our expert on edible plant species in this quadrant.

Tom Paris: Uh, Captain, I'm not one to pass up a mission, but in this circumstance, maybe Ensign Baytart, who is a fine pilot...

Captain Kathryn Janeway: There are electro-magnetic anomalies in the atmosphere, and I would rather have you at the helm. Am I discerning a personal problem here, gentlemen?

Neelix: Frankly, yes, Captain.

Captain Kathryn Janeway: Solve it. You leave at 1400 hours.

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