Even when there is an inconsistent series like this one, one gains an attachment to it. The characters live and breathe and we get to know them. I have to say my reaction to Neelix is sort of the same as Tuvok's. He is sincere but can be so annoying and, at times, clueless when it comes to social interactions (he can't take a hint). Still, he provided color and flair to the show. I always had trouble because I thought his head looked like a slow-pitch softball, but that's another issue. I forgot that his ship was still in dry dock and available to him. He obviously had technical skills and expertise in the ways of he galaxy. When he is given responsibilities, he is able to adapt to situations, even dire ones. Here we have him reconnecting with his species. Remember that his family and a huge number of Talaxians were the victims of genocide. He has been willing to combat his loneliness out of gratitude for his situation. Remember, at one point he nearly committed suicide. Anyway, I found this an extremely poignant farewell to an interesting character.
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