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"Voyager" Quiz for Enfranklopedia
Star Trek: Voyager
"Apparently, not everyone shares my love for this "Star Trek" series. Enfranklopedia actually prefers "Deep Space Nine!" This quiz focuses on the reasons why "Voyager" is the superior "Trek!""
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Every "Star Trek" series seems to have major trouble getting the holodecks to work, and "Voyager" has been no exception. One of the funniest episodes which featured a malfunction involved Captain Janeway being 'forced' to take part in Tom's program. Which holodeck program of Tom's was this?
Tom and Neelix's Caribbean resort
The Doctor was a wonderful character who provided hours of entertainment for us. Sometimes that entertainment was unwelcome (think opera singing in the shuttle when you're trying to sleep), and sometimes the entertainment was because of a situation the Doctor found himself in. In one episode, he kept daydreaming because of some modification he had made. What was he trying to accomplish in his daydreams?
Allowed to add an Emergency Command Hologram 'identity' to his program
Become famous when the ship returned to the Alpha Quadrant
Get a date with Seven
Write the 'perfect' holonovel
Chakotay provided some eye-candy for some of the women viewers of the series. He also seemed to be eye-candy for some of the female characters as well. Which of the following never seemed to be interested in our favourite Commander?
"The Next Generation" had Guinan. "Deep Space Nine" had Quark. And "Voyager" had Neelix. Although both Quark and Neelix added a comedy element to the show, Neelix was the only one who actually begged to be allowed to take on more responsibilities. What area of Voyager did Neelix usually ask to be allowed to help out in?
Picard got assimilated by the Borg unwillingly. Sisko's wife was killed by the Borg. Janeway actually went after them and kicked their collective butts (pun intended). Most of us remember Janeway was actually (willingly) assimilated by the Borg, but who else was with her at that time?
B'Elanna and Tuvok
Chakotay and Carey
Tom and Tuvok
Tuvok and Neelix
Fans of "Star Trek" generally love their Vulcans. Tuvok proved no exception. Neelix tried (unsuccessfully) throughout the series to get Tuvok to show some sort of emotion, or at least 'loosen up' a little. What did Tuvok show/do as Neelix left as a way of saying goodbye?
recite a limerick
sang a silly song
Tom Paris was everyone's favourite 'fly boy' - especially B'Elanna's. He worked on cars, played pool, was demoted, promoted, drank, chased after women, made wisecracks, and wrote at least a couple of holoprograms. However, not everyone remembers that B'Elanna wasn't the only one to have had a child with our pilot (in the normal timeline). Who was this 'other woman'?
Picard fenced. Sisko played baseball. Janeway was seen playing pool and what other sport?
Every series had their 'baby'. "The Next Generation" had Wesley while "Deep Space Nine" had Jake. "Voyager" was no exception with the character of Harry Kim. Our favourite perpetual Ensign was pretty much a 'goody goody' character until he fell in love with a woman from a xenophobic race of wanderers. After he and the woman got close, both began to physically suffer from the consequences of their...closeness. What did Harry's girlfriend call their affliction?
The Shared Heart
The Ritual Bonding of Bodies and Minds
Picard likes tea. Janeway liked coffee. Picard was assimilated by the Borg against his will. Janeway was assimilated intentionally. Picard's ship separated. What did Janeway's NOT do?
go into a 'world' of entirely water
go into the Badlands
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Compiled Jan 03 13