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"Star Trek: Voyager" Alter Ego (TV Episode ) Quotes on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: Tropical? Lieutenant Tom Paris: More along the lines of smashing. . Lieutenant Tuvok: Either in conversion to a more balanced, stable relationship, or in tragic circumstances. you know, I thought that these fave quotes were really popular, obviously that's only with Chakotay: B'Elanna is the only person I know who tried to kill her spirit guide. Tom (to Tuvok): "Has anyone ever told you your a real freakasaurus? . Seven:"Describe the nature of your sexual relationship with Lieutenant Paris.". B'Elanna Torres experiences symptoms similar to the pon farr after being dismay, Vorik makes the koon-ut-so'lik - the ritual Vulcan marriage proposal. . Memorable quotes Edit Tom Paris to B'Elanna Torres, fighting over the phaser rifle.
I just have to accept that I'll spend the rest of my life fighting her.Seven of Nine and Tom Paris scene (HD)
However, it looks like Vorik has his eye on her, too But she's too late to prevent being "infected" with his Blood Fever Thus the title While on a routine galacticite recovery mission with Tom and Neelix, the blood fever kicks in full force and B'Elanna spends the entire time in the caves throwing herself at Tom, starting with a bite on the cheek and moving on from there.
Tom, being the gentleman that he is Golly, he grew up from the rogue he was before, or maybe he just cares too much about making this a lasting relationship to ruin it with a "one night stand"refuses her advances, and is only willing to "help" B'Elanna out when there seems to be no other cure in sight That is, until Vorik shows up figures and threatens to beat Tom up-- but B'Elanna takes the challenge instead and beats him to a mass of quivering Vulcan YAY!
The episode ends with Tom telling B'Elanna that he wouldn't mind seeing that "not so scary Klingon" side of her again. And Tom's speech to the Doctor shows us only more of the compassion and heart that has been emerging in him since first season. Also, ther is a cute scene in the mess hall concerning B'Elanna's romance novel This fight affects them throughout the entire episode, and, as the Doctor so kindly pointed out, it acts as a part of their defense mechanisms against intimacy.
Then they get trapped inside of an ice cave and things really start to warm up-- I mean, cool down, as hypothermia begins to hit B'Elanna and the two have to stick together for her to survive Though she doesn't want to share, she allows Tom to use the program, and soon, everybody finds out about it.
Later, as Tuvok and Tom attempt to finish the program, B'Elanna suggests adding some passion to the storyline and Tom seems to enjoy this idea We could add a steamy love scene between the Maquis engineer and the Starfleet conn officer.
When we feel safe enough to open the locks, our truest selves step out and we can be completely and honestly who we are; we can be loved for who we are and not for who we're pretending to be. Each unveils the best part of the other. No matter what else goes wrong around us, with that one person we're safe in our own paradise. Our soulmate is someone who shares our deepest longings, our sense of direction. When we're two balloons, and together our direction is up, chances are we've found the right person.
Our soulmate is the one who makes life come to life. Her alarm doesn't go off, her sonic shower breaks down, Engineering is short a few of its staff, The ceremony itself is meaningless to her, and Tom is mad at her for giving up on the holodeck program they wrote together for her Day of Honor.
And then the day gets worse The warp core has to be dumped, and then Tom and B'Elanna's shuttle explodes, leaving them drifting out in space with a dwindling oxygen supply.
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Facing possible death, the two come closer together Take the power to choose what you want to do and do it well. Take the power to love what you want in life and love it honestly.
Take the power to walk in the forest and be a part of nature. Take the power to control your own life.
No one else can do it for you. Take the power to make your life happy.
They apparently increase Tom and B'Elanna's hormone levels and the two go Due to their "public displays", Paris and Torres are reprimanded by Janeway for their lack of judgement. Soon, however, the aliens and their tampering are discovered and everything goes back to normal. We also get to see Tom and B'Elanna's first on-screen "date" And get a bit of a scare Sounds like you see a future in this.
I replicated it myself.
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We have been a little out of control lately. Those aliens could have just been messing around with our hormones just to see what would happen. They could have been tampering with us for months.
In engineeringTorres and Ensign Vorik are examining the gallicite deposits further and find artificial tunnels, suggesting past mining operations. After they are finished with their examination, much to Torres' dismay, Vorik makes the koon-ut-so'lik - the ritual Vulcan marriage proposal.
On top of her objection that the proposal is too sudden, Torres remembers that Vulcans typically have arranged marriages but Vorik notes that his betrothed likely considers him lost and would have chosen a different mate by now.
After repeated rebuffs of his advances, Vorik attacks Torres, attempting to place her in a mind meld. Torres is able to break away from Vorik, punching him in the face and knocking him across Main Engineering.
Act One Edit In sickbayThe Doctor diagnoses Vorik as having a dislocated jaw and a neurochemical imbalance which he must discuss with Vorik privately.
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Torres leaves disgusted, after which The Doctor reveals to Vorik that he is going through pon farr. Vorik's distress upon hearing the diagnosis suggests it is his very first pon farr, which can be particularly dangerous to those who are not experienced at mitigating their own symptoms.
The Doctor has extremely little information on pon farr and requests in vain for any information.
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Somewhat embarrassed and determined to deal with it himself, Vorik requests to be allowed to deal with the situation himself. With no other alternative for the moment The Doctor agrees, telling Vorik he is confined to quarters and also fits him with a cortical monitor. The Doctor goes to the only other person who could possibly help Vorik: But even he is unwilling to discuss things with The Doctor, leading The Doctor to make the very Human judgment that Vulcans have a Victorian attitude toward sex.
Tuvok does say that Vorik only has three alternatives to death: He feels that attempting to intervene would be counter-productive. Torres, Neelix and Tom Paris meet in a transporter room where Torres informs the other two that Vorik will not be joining them on the surface. They examine the route they will be taking to the most accessible, useful vein of gallicite and beam down.
Neelix and Paris take note of Torres' unusually cheerful attitude. As they move toward their destination, Neelix finds a colony. Though it suggests it has only been abandoned for fifty to sixty years, it is in bad decay.
Paris wants to explore it but Torres suggests, almost flirtatiously, that Paris wants to delay showing off his climbing ability in the gallicite caves.
They all head off towards the caves. In the caves, they find that the tunnels are steeper than they expected. They put their fusing pitons into the rocks and descend. However, Neelix's piton breaks and he falls, pulling Torres off the face as well. Neelix injures his knee in the landing and Torres yells at him for nearly getting them all killed. Paris tries to get Torres to calm down, noting that he checked Neelix' rigging work and that his piton must have malfunctioned. Torres decides to continue the mission on her own, even though Neelix has to return to the ship.
Paris tries to stop her but she bites him on the cheek and runs away. Paris stays with Neelix and taps his combadgesaying, "Paris to Voyager. We've got problems down here.