Harry Kim finds himself in love with Marayna, a character from Neelix's Polynesian resort holodeck program. Seeking to eliminate the emotion, Harry turns to Tuvok, who interacts with the woman and finds himself falling for her as well. While Harry is overwhelmed with feelings of jealousy and betrayal, Tuvok realizes the persona is too real and discovers she is actually a lonely alien who can interact with passing ships through their computers.
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Tuvok & Ensign Harry Kim's simultaneous responses of "no" and "yes" respectively, could be reminiscent of Spock & Kirk simultaneously saying "yes" & "no" (Spock, a Vulcan, just like Tuvok) and Kirk saying "yes" in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
(1986) when asked if they liked Italian food. See more
At one point, the Marayna holodeck character borrows the Doctor's mobile emitter to visit Tuvok in his quarters; however, since the mobile emitter was actually a completely self-contained autonomous holo-emitter that worked entirely independent of the ship's computer system, the alien who had merely "hacked" into Voyager's on-board computer system through an up-link from her cloaked space station should have lost all control over her holo-character "disguise" the moment it was transferred into the autonomous mobile emitter. See more
Lieutenant Tom Paris
[indicating his shirt
This is an exact re-creation of a 1962 Big Daddy-O surf special. An American classic!
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres
I'd say you put just a little bit too much thought into that.
Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway See more