TV Episode | TV-G | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
The Doctor's singing talent is so appreciated by the Qomar that he is considering resigning his Starfleet commission and staying on with his millions of adoring fans.
Made obvious in several scenes in this episode (and Star Trek: Voyager: The Swarm (1996), for that matter), Robert Picardo, the Doctor, is an accomplished singer. While he was at Yale University, he was a member of the Society of Orpheus and Bacchus, the second longest running undergraduate a Capella group in the United States. Then in 1977, he made his Broadway debut. He appeared in Gemini (1977) and Tribute (1980).
Seven of Nine:
I believe the Qomar are attempting to disable our com system.
Captain Janeway: How?
Seven of Nine: By overloading it with millions of teraquads of irrelevant data.
Captain Janeway: What do you mean by "irrelevant"?
Captain Janeway: They're transmissions... all addressed to the Doctor.
Seven of Nine: Precisely. I've only been ...
Captain Janeway: ...
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