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Life Line

Review

Series : Voyager Rating : 2
Disc No : 6.6 Episode : 144
First Aired : 10 May 2000 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Terry Windell Year : 2376
Writers : John Bruno, Robert Picardo Season : 6
Guest Cast :
Dwight Schultz as Lieutenant Reginald Barclay
Jack Shearer as Admiral Hayes
Marina Sirtis as Deanna Troi
Robert Picardo as Lewis Zimmerman
Tamara Craig Thomas as Haley
YATI : Admiral Hayes claims that as Voyager gets closer to Earth their conversations will become more frequent. Why is this? The communication depends on the cycle of a pulsar - is this thing speeding up or something?
Great Moment : The moment when you find out that Haley is a hologram.
Body Count : Zero
Factoid : Robert Picardo, who plays the EMH and Zimmerman, helped to write this story.
Quote : "Welcome to Sickbay. How may I help you today?" - The EMH; His new greeting

Plotline

Voyager's latest contact with Starfleet brings some disturbing news for the EMH - his designer is dying of a mysterious disease. Desperate to save the man he regards as his father, the EMH is transmitted back home. Unfortunately, his search for a cure is complicated by some unexpected news regarding the fate of his fellow Mark 1 EMH's and by the grumpy attitude of his patient.


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