returns to plague Janeway one last time - in the company of
his son, also called Q - it's a continuum thing. Anyway, junior
is even more annoying than Q who decides that Janeway should
fulfil her godmother duties and teach the youthful omnipotent
tearaway some manners.
works on the most part because the Q character
is so well established. The plot, or what passes for one,
is thin but that's not what this episode is all about, thankfully.
This is a character piece and as such it works pretty well.
Not the best Q episode but a worthy effort.
doctor is trying his hand at writing a holo-novel. Set on
a ship not so dissimilar to Voyager, the doctor's drama plays
out a story of bigotry and sadism with humans as the oppressors
and a hologram doctor as the hero. But will the people back
on Earth believe that the work of fiction is just that or
will they start to think that this is how Voyager's crew really
central theme of Author, Author revolves around a debate
over what makes someone an individual - in this instance the
doctor. Is he a 'real' person or just some complex sub-routines?
The argument is not fully resolved but the twist ending suggest
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