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Series :
Voyager
Rating :
3
Disc No :
Episode :
133
First Aired :
26 Jan 2000
Stardate :
53556.4
Director :
Year :
Writers :
Season :
Guest Cast :
YATI :
When he wants to leave the ship, the EMH tells Janeway he is 'resigning his commission' - but he never went to the academy, doesn't have a rank and is not officially a Starfleet officer. He shouldn't have a commission to resign.
Great Moment :
The Doctors final performance for the Qomar.
Body Count :
Zero, except for the Doctor's ego.
Factoid :
Yes, the Doctor does do all his own singing!

Plotline

When Voyager encounters a species who have never heard of music, the Doctors singing makes him an instant planetwide star. But fame can be fleeting when the next best thing shows up.
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