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<tr><td class="odd">Actress:</td><td class="even">[[Majel Barrett]]</td></tr>
 
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<tr><td colspan="2">[[Image:Christine Chapel 2271.jpg|200px|Doctor in 2273]]</td></tr>
 
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'''Christine Chapel''' (played by [[Majel Barrett]]) was a nurse aboard the USS Enterprise under the command of Captain [[James T. Kirk]] in [[2266]]. (''[[TOS]]: "[[The Naked Time]]"'')
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'''Christine Chapel''' was a [[nurse]] aboard the [[USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)|USS ''Enterprise'']], under the command of [[Captain]] [[James T. Kirk]] in [[2266]]. ''([[TOS]]: "[[The Naked Time]]")''
   
 
==Early Career==
 
==Early Career==
Chapel began her medical career aboard the [[USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)|USS Enterprise]], sacrificing a biology career with several university degrees in research medicine. She became Head Nurse to Enterprise [[Chief Medical Officer]] [[Leonard McCoy]] in [[2266]].
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Chapel began her medical career aboard the USS ''Enterprise'', sacrificing a biology career with several university degrees in research medicine. She became Head Nurse to ''Enterprise'' [[Chief Medical Officer]] [[Leonard McCoy]] in [[2266]].
   
When the [[Psi 2000 intoxication]] afflicted the crew of the Enterprise, Chapel admitted her love towards Mr. [[Spock]], who was there upon emotionally shocked. Her love for him was an ongoing issue, which never inferered with her professional duties, though. (''[[TOS]]: "[[The Naked Time]]"'')
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When the [[Psi 2000 intoxication]] afflicted the crew of the Enterprise, Chapel admitted her love towards Mr. [[Spock]], who was there upon emotionally shocked. Her love for him was an ongoing issue, which never interfered with her professional duties, though. ''([[TOS]]: "[[The Naked Time]]")''
   
In [[2266]], the Enterprise was sent to find Dr. [[Roger Korby]] on the planet [[Exo III]]. Dr. Korby was Chapel's lost fiancée. His last communication had been five years ago. When Korby was found, he was disocovered to be, in fact, an [[android]]. After the android died, Chapel doubted if she should stay aboard. She eventually elected to remain with the Enterprise, and she would become good friends with [[Uhura]] and Dr. McCoy. (''[[TOS]]: "[[What Are Little Girls Made Of?]]"'')
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In [[2266]], the ''Enterprise'' was sent to find Dr. [[Roger Korby]], Chapel's lost fiancée, on the planet [[Exo III]]. His last communication contact had been made in [[2261]]. When Korby was found, he was disocovered to be, in fact, an [[android]]. After the android died, Chapel doubted if she should stay aboard. She eventually elected to remain with the Enterprise, and she would become good friends with [[Uhura]] and Dr. McCoy. ''([[TOS]]: "[[What Are Little Girls Made Of?]]")''
   
Chapel once housed Mr. Spock's consciousness to keep him from being destroyed by [[Henoch]]. (''[[TOS]]: "[[Return to Tomorrow]]"'') She was later forced by powerful telepaths to kiss Spock, but neither enjoyed the forced situation. (''[[TOS]]: "[[Plato's Stepchildren]]"'')
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Chapel once housed Mr. Spock's consciousness to keep him from being destroyed by [[Henoch]]. ''([[TOS]]: "[[Return to Tomorrow]]")'' She was later forced by powerful telepaths to kiss Spock, but neither enjoyed the forced situation. ''([[TOS]]: "[[Plato's Stepchildren]]")''
   
 
==Late Career==
 
==Late Career==
When under the influence of the women of [[Taurus II]], the male crewmembers of the Enterprise were incapacitated by the siren's song. Lieutenant [[Uhura]] took command of the vessel, and assigned Chapel to acting Chief Medical Officer. They led a landing party down to the planet's surface to rescue Captain [[James T. Kirk|Kirk]], Mr. [[Spock]], and Dr. [[Leonard McCoy|McCoy]]. (''[[TAS]]: "[[The Lorelei Signal]]"'')
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When under the influence of the women of [[Taurus II]], the male crewmembers of the Enterprise were incapacitated by the siren's song. Lieutenant Uhura took command of the vessel, and assigned Chapel to acting Chief Medical Officer. They led a landing party down to the planet's surface to rescue Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, and Dr. McCoy. ''([[TAS]]: "[[The Lorelei Signal]]")''
   
In [[2269]], Chapel obtained a love potion from [[Harry Mudd]], and she used it on Spock. He was in love with her for some time, but the effects of the drug were only temporary. (''[[TAS]]: "[[Mudd's Passion]]"'')
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In [[2269]], Chapel obtained a love potion from [[Harry Mudd]], and she used it on Spock. He was in love with her for some time, but the effects of the drug were only temporary. ''([[TAS]]: "[[Mudd's Passion]]")''
   
When in miniaturized state, Chapel assisted Dr. McCoy mend [[Hikaru Sulu]]'s broken leg. (''[[TAS]]: "[[The Terratin Incident]]"'') When Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock were mutated into water breathers, Chapel assisted Dr. McCoy when he reversed their mutations. (''[[TAS]]: "[[The Ambergris Element]]"'')
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When in miniaturized state, Chapel assisted Dr. McCoy mend [[Hikaru Sulu]]'s broken leg. ''([[TAS]]: "[[The Terratin Incident]]")'' When Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock were mutated into water breathers, Chapel assisted Dr. McCoy when he reversed their mutations. ''([[TAS]]: "[[The Ambergris Element]]")''
   
:''[[Majel Barrett]] provided the voice for Nurse Chapel on [[Star Trek: The Animated Series|The Animated Series]].''
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Following the Enterprise's five-year mission of exploration, she finished her own medical degree, and was promoted to Chief Medical Officer of the refitted Enterprise, now under the command of [[Willard Decker]]. However, when Dr. McCoy returned to the ship in [[2273]] during the [[V'Ger]] crisis, she willingly stepped down to allow McCoy to return as Chief Medical Officer. ''([[Star Trek: The Motion Picture]])''
   
Following the Enterprise's five-year mission of exploration, she finished her own medical degree, and was promoted to Chief Medical Officer of the refitted Enterprise, now under the command of [[Willard Decker]]. However, when Dr. McCoy returned to the ship in [[2273]] during the [[V'Ger]] crisis, she willingly stepped down to allow McCoy to return as Chief Medical Officer. (''[[Star Trek: The Motion Picture]]'')
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In [[2286]], Chapel was stationed at [[Starfleet Headquarters]] coordinating relief efforts while [[Earth]] was suffering a severe ecological "attack" from an orbiting [[Whale Probe|space probe]]. ''([[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home]])''
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
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* [[TOS]]: "[[The Way to Eden]]"
 
* [[TOS]]: "[[The Way to Eden]]"
 
* [[TOS]]: "[[Turnabout Intruder]]"
 
* [[TOS]]: "[[Turnabout Intruder]]"
* [[Star Trek: The Motion Picture]]
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* [[TAS]]: "[[The Lorelei Signal]]"
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* [[TAS]]: "[[Mudd's Passion]]"
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* [[TAS]]: "[[The Ambergris Element]]"
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* [[TAS]]: "[[The Survivor]]"
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* [[TAS]]: "[[The Pirates of Orion]]"
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* ''[[Star Trek: The Motion Picture]]''
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* ''[[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home]]''
   
 
==Background==
 
==Background==
:''Little [[canon]]ical information exists about Chapel's life outside of her career in Starfleet. [[Simon and Schuster]]'s ''[[Star Trek: Starship Creator]]'' [[games|interactive software]] listed some biographical details about her, such as a birthdate in [[2237]], [[Starfleet Medical Academy]] [[nurse|nursing]] degree in [[2366]] and [[doctor]]ate by [[2271]]. She graduated in the 98th percentile of her class, with degrees in [[bioresearch]], [[medicine|medical]] [[archaeology]], [[endocrinology]]. It assigns her original rank as a "brevet" (or [[provisional officer|provisional]]) [[ensign]], and rose to become the director of Starfleet Emergency Operations by the time of her ''Star Trek IV'' appearance. It mentions he is the child of Lauren Chapel and Patterson Chapel of [[New Orleans]], [[Lousiiana]], [[Earth]]; and has an interest in ballet.''
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''Christine Chapel was played by [[Majel Barrett]]. The voice for the character of Chapel was also provided by Barrett in [[Star Trek: The Animated Series|The Animated Series]].''
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''Little [[canon]]ical information exists about Chapel's life outside of her career in Starfleet. [[Simon and Schuster]]'s ''[[Star Trek: Starship Creator]]'' [[games|interactive software]] listed some biographical details about her, such as a birthdate in [[2237]], [[Starfleet Medical Academy]] [[nurse|nursing]] degree in [[2366]] and doctorate by [[2271]]. She graduated in the 98th percentile of her class, with degrees in [[bioresearch]], [[medicine|medical]] [[archaeology]], [[endocrinology]]. It assigns her original rank as a "brevet" (or [[provisional officer|provisional]]) [[ensign]], and rose to become the director of Starfleet Emergency Operations by the time of her ''Star Trek IV'' appearance. It mentions he is the child of Lauren Chapel and Patterson Chapel of [[New Orleans]], [[Louisiana]], [[Earth]]; and has an interest in ballet.''
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Revision as of 05:58, February 27, 2005

Christine Chapel 2266
Caption:Nurse in 2267
Gender:Female
Species:Human
Actress:Majel Barrett
Christine Chapel 2271
Caption:Doctor in 2273

Christine Chapel was a nurse aboard the USS Enterprise, under the command of Captain James T. Kirk in 2266. (TOS: "The Naked Time")

Early Career

Chapel began her medical career aboard the USS Enterprise, sacrificing a biology career with several university degrees in research medicine. She became Head Nurse to Enterprise Chief Medical Officer Leonard McCoy in 2266.

When the Psi 2000 intoxication afflicted the crew of the Enterprise, Chapel admitted her love towards Mr. Spock, who was there upon emotionally shocked. Her love for him was an ongoing issue, which never interfered with her professional duties, though. (TOS: "The Naked Time")

In 2266, the Enterprise was sent to find Dr. Roger Korby, Chapel's lost fiancée, on the planet Exo III. His last communication contact had been made in 2261. When Korby was found, he was disocovered to be, in fact, an android. After the android died, Chapel doubted if she should stay aboard. She eventually elected to remain with the Enterprise, and she would become good friends with Uhura and Dr. McCoy. (TOS: "What Are Little Girls Made Of?")

Chapel once housed Mr. Spock's consciousness to keep him from being destroyed by Henoch. (TOS: "Return to Tomorrow") She was later forced by powerful telepaths to kiss Spock, but neither enjoyed the forced situation. (TOS: "Plato's Stepchildren")

Late Career

When under the influence of the women of Taurus II, the male crewmembers of the Enterprise were incapacitated by the siren's song. Lieutenant Uhura took command of the vessel, and assigned Chapel to acting Chief Medical Officer. They led a landing party down to the planet's surface to rescue Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, and Dr. McCoy. (TAS: "The Lorelei Signal")

In 2269, Chapel obtained a love potion from Harry Mudd, and she used it on Spock. He was in love with her for some time, but the effects of the drug were only temporary. (TAS: "Mudd's Passion")

When in miniaturized state, Chapel assisted Dr. McCoy mend Hikaru Sulu's broken leg. (TAS: "The Terratin Incident") When Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock were mutated into water breathers, Chapel assisted Dr. McCoy when he reversed their mutations. (TAS: "The Ambergris Element")

Following the Enterprise's five-year mission of exploration, she finished her own medical degree, and was promoted to Chief Medical Officer of the refitted Enterprise, now under the command of Willard Decker. However, when Dr. McCoy returned to the ship in 2273 during the V'Ger crisis, she willingly stepped down to allow McCoy to return as Chief Medical Officer. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

In 2286, Chapel was stationed at Starfleet Headquarters coordinating relief efforts while Earth was suffering a severe ecological "attack" from an orbiting space probe. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

Appearances

Background

Christine Chapel was played by Majel Barrett. The voice for the character of Chapel was also provided by Barrett in The Animated Series.

Little canonical information exists about Chapel's life outside of her career in Starfleet. Simon and Schuster's Star Trek: Starship Creator interactive software listed some biographical details about her, such as a birthdate in 2237, Starfleet Medical Academy nursing degree in 2366 and doctorate by 2271. She graduated in the 98th percentile of her class, with degrees in bioresearch, medical archaeology, endocrinology. It assigns her original rank as a "brevet" (or provisional) ensign, and rose to become the director of Starfleet Emergency Operations by the time of her Star Trek IV appearance. It mentions he is the child of Lauren Chapel and Patterson Chapel of New Orleans, Louisiana, Earth; and has an interest in ballet.

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