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Most Moving Moment in Voyager

brcarthey

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 11:04 am

surprisingly for me, one of the best was during "homestead" when neelix takes his final march down the corridor to the shuttlebay and the crew has lined the hallway. an absolutely great and touching scene topped off with tuvok doing a little jig. while watching it i really didn't expect it to hit me enough to make me misty-eyed, but it did.

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 11:21 am

Can't add much. br nailed it for me and Yanks ran a close second. Of course for implied amore, the episode in which Janeway & Chakotay are marooned together on a planet. The look of loss on Chakotays face when Voyager returned with a cure was telling.

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 2:23 pm

"you are my sunshine"

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 2:30 pm

The Angry Warrior Speech. :O

(*Ducks from flying tomatos*) :laugh:

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 3:35 pm

I'm partial to this scene from "Timeless":

KIM: Great, gust great! It took me ten years to make these corrections. I can't fix it in three minutes!
EMH: You've got to try!
KIM: I can't! It's not working. Why won't it work?! I killed them!
EMH: Control yourself!
KIM: They trusted me, and I killed them!
EMH: Mister Kim! I didn't spend all those years in an ice bucket so I could listen to you berate yourself! If you want to wallow in self-pity, fine! Do it on your own time!
KIM: Don't you see? History's repeating itself! I destroyed Voyager once, and I'm doing it again!
EMH: Somebody has got to knuckle down and change history and that somebody is you.
KIM: It can't be done, Doc. I told you.
EMH: No, you told me you can't correct their phase variance. All right, we have to accept that! But what about sending Voyager a warning? Is there a way to get them to abort the Slipstream flight?
KIM: Yes. Yes! I could send a phase correction which would disperse the Slipstream entirely.
EMH: If we can't get the crew home, we can save their lives!

"The Chute", "Message In A Bottle", "Living Witness", "Night", "Riddles", "Pathfinder", and "Tinkor, Tenor, Doctor, Spy" all lend themselves to great moments.

The Chute:

KIM: Tom.
PARIS: Maybe, maybe, some grilled mushrooms.
KIM: Tom, listen to me. I, I almost killed you.
PARIS: What are you saying? You're the one that kept me alive.
KIM: I was ready to hit you with the pipe. Don't you remember?
PARIS: You want to know what I remember? Someone saying, 'This man is my friend. Nobody touches him.' I'll remember that for a long time.

"Message In A Bottle"

EMH: I spoke directly with headquarters. Apparently, Voyager was declared officially lost fourteen months ago. I set the record straight. I told them everything that's happened to this crew. They said they would contact your families to tell them the news and promised that they won't stop until they've found a way to get Voyager back home. And they asked me to relay a message. They wanted you to know you're no longer alone.
JANEWAY: Sixty thousand light years seems a little closer today.

"Living Witness"

EMH: I'm a medical hologram programmed to do no harm, but I'm doing harm on a global scale. Ever since you reactivated me, I've been concerned with clearing Voyager's good name. But that's not important now. There's more at stake!
QUARREN: A few days ago I might have agreed with you, but what about the facts?
EMH: Facts be ####ed! Names, dates, places it's all open to interpretation. Who's to say what really happened? And ultimately, what difference does it make? What matters is today and the future of your people.
QUARREN: Doctor, you were there. You can't deny what happened.
EMH: I can, and I will. Tedran was a martyr for your people, a hero a symbol of your struggle for freedom. Who am I to wander in seven hundred years later and take that away from you?
QUARREN: History has been abused. We keep blaming each other for what happened in the past. If you don't help us now, it could be another seven hundred years.
EMH: Let's find that tricorder.

INT. Future Museum

TABRIS: It was a pivotal moment in our history. As a result of the Doctor's testimony, a dialogue was opened between our peoples. Eventually, we found a new respect for our divergent cultures and traditions. The efforts of people like Quarren and the Doctor paved the way for unity. Quarren died six years later, but he lived long enough to witness the Dawn of Harmony.
KYRIAN SPECTATOR: And the Doctor?
TABRIS: Well, he served as our surgical chancellor for many years until he decided to leave. He took a small craft and set a course for the Alpha Quadrant, attempting to trace the path of Voyager. He said he had a longing for home. This way.

"Night"

The scene where the crew rallies together and won't let Janeway go off on her own.

"Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy"

EMH: Why should you want to help us?
PHLOX: You don't understand. The hierarchy does not tolerate mistakes, or misinformation. If they learn of my error I'll lose my livelihood.
EMH: Well, that's what you get for being a peeping Tom.
PHLOX: But I also care about what happens to you. I feel like I've got to know you over the past few days.
EMH: You've been spying on my fantasies, not me. You don't know me at all.
PHLOX: But I do. I know how your mind works, what your hopes are. You created all these possibilities. My species we're, very different. Our thinking is confined but, I can't help but admire you. I don't want you to be harmed.
EMH: Then I suppose we should swing into action.

And really everything else about this episode. It's perfect.

"Riddles"

TUVOK: I want to be able to have fun, with you. I won't be able to, will I?
NEELIX: Well, you won't call it fun. You'll call it deriving satisfaction, but it's basically the same thing. You'll still experience emotions.
TUVOK: But I won't express them.
NEELIX: Probably not.
TUVOK: Then how will you know how much I enjoy being with you?
NEELIX: You've just told me.
TUVOK: We'll still be friends?
NEELIX: Of course.
TUVOK: Even if I merely tolerate you?
NEELIX: I'd be lying if I told you that things between us will stay the same.
TUVOK: Well, why? Why do you want me to go back to the way I was?
NEELIX: Because this crew needs its tactical officer on the Bridge, and I wouldn't be a very good friend if I ignored that just so you'd be nicer to me.

and...

TUVOK: Sundays.
NEELIX: I beg your pardon?
TUVOK: I have given further consideration to your riddle regarding the Ensign who survived by consuming the dates from his calendar. It occurs to me that he could also have eaten the Sundays.
NEELIX: That's a very clever answer, Mister Vulcan, but it's not very logical, is it.
TUVOK: No, it's not.

"Pathfinder"

ADMIRAL PARIS: There you are. I reviewed Mister Barclay's plan. I think it's worth an attempt.
HARKINS: He's already tried Sir, without your authorisation. It didn't work.
ADMIRAL PARIS: I'm sorry to hear that.
BARCLAY: So am I, sir. I appreciate your confidence in me, but I, I don't deserve it.
HARKINS: What would you like me to do with him, Admiral? He broke into the lab, accessed the MIDAS array, resisted arrest.
ADMIRAL PARIS: You've put me in a difficult position, son. I was hoping that we'd be able to.
TECHNICIAN: We're receiving a transmission.
ADMIRAL PARIS: From where?
TECHNICIAN: Co-ordinates three four three point six by two seven.
BARCLAY: The wormhole.
JANEWAY [OC]: Starfleet Command, come in.
ADMIRAL PARIS: Voyager.

And a minute later...

HARKINS: You did it, Reg. I'm sorry I doubted you.
ADMIRAL PARIS: Why the long face, Mister Barclay?
BARCLAY: Because, because it's over, sir.
ADMIRAL PARIS: No, Lieutenant. I'd say that Project Voyager is just beginning, thanks to you.

And finally...

TORRES: Anyone know this Barclay?
EMH: I took the liberty of reviewing his personnel file. He's had a rather colourful career, not to mention an unusual medical history. He's recovered from a variety of maladies, including transporter phobia and holo-addiction.
JANEWAY: Well, whatever his problems, he certainly came through for us.
CHAKOTAY: Starfleet should give him a promotion.
SEVEN: I've finished analysing the data Mister Barclay sent. The hyper-subspace technology is promising. I believe we can look forward to future communications with Earth.
NEELIX: Well, that calls for a toast.
JANEWAY: Care to do the honours, Tom?
PARIS: To my Dad. It's nice to know he's still there. And to the newest honorary member of the Voyager crew, Reginald Barclay. Whoever you are.
JANEWAY: To Mister Barclay.

BashirBonesBeverly

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 5:15 pm

the one where the Doc's holo-daughter died was pretty touching too.

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 7:09 pm

Quote (Yanks @ April 01 2010, 2:34 pm)
Quote (LoveofVGR @ April 01 2010, 2:30 pm)
The Angry Warrior Speech. :O

(*Ducks from flying tomatos*) :laugh:

You lost me. Please elaborate?

The story Chakotay told Janeway in Resolutions. Most people hate that speech and find it corney. It made me a J/Cer and brought me to the boards though. Aren't you all lucky... :laugh:

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 7:26 pm

Quote (BashirBonesBeverly @ April 01 2010, 3:15 pm)
the one where the Doc's holo-daughter died was pretty touching too.

That was a tear jerker .........

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 7:47 pm

Quote (Yanks @ April 01 2010, 7:45 pm)
Quote (JOYOFVGR @ April 01 2010, 7:09 pm)
Quote (Yanks @ April 01 2010, 2:34 pm)
Quote (LoveofVGR @ April 01 2010, 2:30 pm)
The Angry Warrior Speech. :O

(*Ducks from flying tomatos*) :laugh:

You lost me. Please elaborate?

The story Chakotay told Janeway in Resolutions. Most people hate that speech and find it corney. It made me a J/Cer and brought me to the boards though. Aren't you all lucky... :laugh:

Oh yeah, I got it now. Thanks!

I thought it was one of Chuckles best moments...

ANEWAY: I think we need to define some parameters about us.
CHAKOTAY: I'm not sure I can define parameters. But I can tell you a story, an ancient legend among my people. It's about an angry warrior who lived his life in conflict with the rest of his tribe, a man who couldn't find peace, even with the help of his spirit guide. For years, he struggled with his discontent. But the only satisfaction he ever got came when he was in battle. This made him a hero among his tribe, but the warrior still longed for peace within himself. One day he and his war party were captured by a neighbouring tribe led by a woman warrior. She called on him to join her because her tribe was too small and weak to defend itself from all its enemies. The woman warrior was brave and beautiful and very wise. The angry warrior swore to himself that he would stay by her side, doing whatever he could to make her burden lighter. From that point on, her needs would come first. And in that way, the warrior began to know the true meaning of peace.
JANEWAY: Is that really an ancient legend?
CHAKOTAY: No. But that made it easier to say.

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 7:50 pm

Quote (Yanks @ April 01 2010, 7:48 pm)
Quote (Rajiin @ April 01 2010, 7:26 pm)
Quote (BashirBonesBeverly @ April 01 2010, 3:15 pm)
the one where the Doc's holo-daughter died was pretty touching too.

That was a tear jerker .........

If this doesn't get you nothing will.

BELLE: Daddy, what's going to happen to me? Will I be able to see again?
EMH: I'm not sure. You're a very sick girl.
BELLE: Am I going to die?
EMH: You, you're too sick to get better.
BELLE: Then I'm going to die.
EMH: Yes.
BELLE: If you'll stay with me I won't be afraid.
EMH: I'll stay right here, I promise.
JEFFREY: Dad. There you go, shorty. It's your blanket.
CHARLENE: We're here, Belle, we're all here.
BELLE: It's getting darker. I'm sleepy.
EMH: It's all right. Go to sleep. We're all right here.


yeah. I can't even think about that ep., let alone read the script. :cry:

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 8:00 pm

^Eye of the Needle.

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 8:59 pm

Quote (BashirBonesBeverly @ April 01 2010, 12:23 pm)
"you are my sunshine"

:cry:

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 9:39 pm

Kes , knocking Voyager 10,000 light years closer to Earth after having to leave the ship rather than destroy it in "The Gift".

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 10:34 pm

Quote (Yanks @ April 01 2010, 11:07 am)
When Janeway walked into an empty hangarbay after giving her crew a choice whether to stay or not.

:cry:

Ooh--that WAS a good moment. Choked me up, too!

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Report this Apr. 01 2010, 10:46 pm

Quote (lostshaker @ April 01 2010, 3:35 pm)
EMH: ...And they asked me to relay a message. They wanted you to know you're no longer alone.
JANEWAY: Sixty thousand light years seems a little closer today.

That one touched me, too. And everything about Pathfinder was thrilling...Also Lifeline, the EMH saving his creator.

Making peace with Species 8472 in In the Flesh gave me the warm shivers.

But the BIGGEST of them all! Far and away! Has to be 11:59. When Shannon O'Donnell convinces Janeway to come out and greet the future. I empathize completely with the erudite bookworm not trusting much about modern times...

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