Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy

Star Trek: VoyagerStardate not given: The Doctor files a grievance with Janeway, claiming that the crew is excluding him and treating him rudely. The captain is mystified by the hologram’s uncharacteristic behavior, and numerous crew members notice that the Doctor is becoming inattentive, almost as if he is daydreaming. Unknown to his crewmates, the Doctor has altered his program to allow daydreaming, but something destabilizes his program and he begins to daydream at an alarming rate, even in the middle of vital duties. His imagination conjures up numerous unlikely scenarios, from the women of Voyager’s command crew battling for his attention, to the destruction of an attacking Borg vessel by the “Emergency Command Hologram.” Eventually, the Doctor’s imagination is in constant overdrive, and Janeway relieves him of duty. But when the Doctor realizes that he is being tampered with by an inquisitive alien, will he be able to convince the crew that this potential threat is no figment of his imagination?

Order the DVDsteleplay by Joe Menosky
story by Bill Vallely
directed by John Bruno
music by Dennis McCarthy

Guest Cast: Jay M. Leggett (Alien), Googy Gress (Alien Captain), Robert Greenberg (Devro), Majel Barrett (Computer voice)

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