||It's nice to have the odd episode where you have to think a little bit. I wasn't quite sure what to make of this, but the Voyager docking at a friendly space station usually means Trouble. This time, they managed to get that sense without putting anyone's life seriously in danger. Although they initially seemed as though they might be a threat, the three former drones were only after peace of mind, and that was far better, because you could sympathize with them. They were actually very different characters, the scene at the end proved that, but they were stuck together as one. The scene with the ex-drones in sickbay talking in sequence was very well done, and gave you a real feel for their problem. I'm not entirely sure I agree with the solution at the end, especially because nobody asked the three patients what they wanted as far as I could see. The little side-plots were handled well, showing you just how much you could get into a three-minute scene. The one thing I don't understand is how nobody can have noticed that there was a Bajoran on board. Imagine going to Timbuktu and seeing someone who lives just down the road from you, you would notice.