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Investigation - holodeck trace? Edit
What was the whole explanation for how they revealed the physical trace of the attacker in the holodeck? See http://voy.trekcore.com/gallery/albums/7x04/repression411.jpg Thanks, SwishyGarak 03:16, 2 May 2008 (UTC)
The version of Revenge of the Creature that Tom Paris and B'Elanna Torres are watching is the red/blue version (which can also be seen by the viewer with red/blue specs). However, in the episode they use blue/red glasses, which would not work with this particular version of the movie.
Useless information Edit
Can we please remove the following two paragraphs from the background section. They are - in my opinion- completely useless:
The scene in which Tuvok is forced to prove his loyalty to Chakotay is similar to the one in TNG episode TNG: "Descent, Part II" where Data is ordered to kill Captain Jean-Luc Picard, although their outcomes differ.
In the episode, Tom Paris (played by Robert Duncan McNeill) created a holodeck simulation of an old "3D" movie, of the sort which required special glasses for proper viewing. McNeill later directed an episode of the TV series Medium (2x09: "Still Life"), in which several scenes were shot in 3D, also requiring special glasses.
The next connection someone makes is that Kate Mulgrew has been seen drinking coffee and that her character is doing that all the time.... Any opinions? --Captain Wiesel 16:04, February 10, 2011 (UTC)
- I agree. Remove 'em. Both are spurious connections.–Cleanse ( talk | contribs ) 07:19, February 11, 2011 (UTC)
- Done. --Captain Wiesel 13:16, February 11, 2011 (UTC)
Normally the ship USS Voyager had a complement of approximately 150 crew, with ¼ of the crew Maquis (would be 37) (VOY: "Repression"), but 140 are Humans (VOY: "Lineage"), therefore there are only 10 alive crew members who are not human. Has: 3 Bajorans as Tal Celes, Tabor and Gerron, 3 Vulcans as Vorik, Tuvok, and one Vulcan Starfleet officer and other Vulcanoid nurse what killed in action, including also three Betazoids as Stadi, Lon Suder and ensign Jarot and only one Cardassian spy as Seska all killed in action; too 1 half Klingon B'Elanna Torres and 1 Talaxian; and finally are only two places for 2 Bolians as Chell and Golwat, male and female respectively, who always are seen in the entire series and so that there are no other Bolians on board, when also in the holonovel made by Tuvok tactical for training exercise of his security personnel, is conjectured that regular crews Starfleet, self unite to the claims Maquis (VOY: "Worst Case Scenario"), and thereby would justify her appearance at the meeting in the mess hall. So I think they should give credit to the appearance for Golwat in this chapter.