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The Doctor informs him that they were attacked by five ships. He then takes the opportunity to frighten Paris, for all the times Paris has annoyed and exasperated him, by telling him about the sterling performance at the [[helm]] of Ensign [[Culhane]], who has temporarily replaced him as conn officer. He twists the knife even further by suggesting that Captain Janeway may be considering making the appointment permanent, from what he has heard.
 
The Doctor informs him that they were attacked by five ships. He then takes the opportunity to frighten Paris, for all the times Paris has annoyed and exasperated him, by telling him about the sterling performance at the [[helm]] of Ensign [[Culhane]], who has temporarily replaced him as conn officer. He twists the knife even further by suggesting that Captain Janeway may be considering making the appointment permanent, from what he has heard.
   
Finishing his ministrations, The Doctor packs up his medkit and turns to leave. Paris pleads with him for a [[neurological scan]] or something, to get him a medical reprieve and an early release; the confinement and isolation are getting to him now; he has been here for ten days and has twenty more to go. But The Doctor refuses and tells Paris that he will see him in twenty days.
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Finishing his ministrations, The Doctor packs up his medkit and turns to leave. Paris pleads with him for a [[neurological scan]] or something, to get him a medical reprieve and an early release; the confinement and isolation are getting to him now; he has been here for ten days and has twenty more to go. But The Doctor refuses.
   
 
After he has gone, Paris sighs, returns to the bunk and resumes dictating his letter to his father. He is seen in the ''Flyer'' fixing leaks. He is soaked. The leaks are plugged, but without thrusters, the only way they can surface is to jettison what they can to achieve positive buoyancy and float up. However, Paris insists on staying; this may be their only chance to study and fix the containment field generator. Kim strongly disagrees, given the state of the ''Flyer''. But Seven also decides that they should stay, and so Kim goes along.
 
After he has gone, Paris sighs, returns to the bunk and resumes dictating his letter to his father. He is seen in the ''Flyer'' fixing leaks. He is soaked. The leaks are plugged, but without thrusters, the only way they can surface is to jettison what they can to achieve positive buoyancy and float up. However, Paris insists on staying; this may be their only chance to study and fix the containment field generator. Kim strongly disagrees, given the state of the ''Flyer''. But Seven also decides that they should stay, and so Kim goes along.
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