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Body and Soul

Review

Series : Voyager Rating : 4
Disc No : 7.2 Episode : 153
First Aired : 15 Nov 2000 Stardate : 54238.3
Director : Robert Duncan McNeill Year : 2377
Writers : Michael Taylor Season : 7
Guest Cast :
Fritz Sperberg as Ranek
Marva Hicks as T'Pel
Megan Gallagher as Jaryn
YATI : I can't think of a YATI for this one!
Great Moment : Jeri Ryan does an incredible job of portraying the EMH's character in this episode. I especially like the cheesecake scene.
Body Count : None for sure, though some may have died in the battles between Voyager and the alien ships.
Factoid : Megan Gallagher has been in Deep Space Nine twice - as Nurse Garland in "Little Green Men", and as Mareel in "Invasive Procedures".

Plotline

While on a routine science mission, the Delta Flyer comes under attack from an alien vessel determined to wipe out all traces of holographic technology. Seven is forced to download the EMH program into her neural implants to protect him - but while there his personality takes over, and he finds himself experiencing life in a real body for the first time. Meanwhile, Voyager must fight off the same aliens and locate the Flyer, tasks complicated by the fact that Tuvok is finally undergoing Pon Farr.
Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 5,875 Last updated : 9 Oct 2003