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I was watching Attached today and it was obvious Picard was ready to He tried to make a personal relationship work with the female officer. and femmeslash page Star Trek: TNG anthology fanzine focusing on Dr. Beverly Crusher's romantic relationship with Jean-Luc Picard. By taking a cynical (and comedic) look at the relationship we can learn a thing or two about how the present day dating market developed.
Any physical relationships Janeway had were either on the holodeck or with alien men ie. Neelix and Kes weren't officially officers and had no real place in the chain of command. They were basically passengers, working their passage by providing services such as cooking, trading, gardening, and nursing.
Neither had any official rank. Seven had no proper Starfleet rank, and the bulk of her "relationships" were either on the holodeck with the fake Chakotay or with Axum Of course there were officers who did want a relationship with her - the Doctor and Harry - but those were unrequited.
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TPTB should have built up the relationship with Chakotay more, rather than one episode with Seven and fake-Chakotay, one episode with the two of them stranded on a planet, and then BOOM! Tom and Harry had some kind of double-dating going on with the Delaney sisters, and a few other female crew who were so low on the totem pole that we never even learned their names.
Harry couldn't even get a date with a hologram, and kept getting into trouble with the alien women he dated. Their relationship ultimately takes its biggest leap forward in " Attached ", when the two are linked telepathically, leading to the revelation of deep romantic feelings they share for each other.
At the end of this episode, a budding hint of a romantic relationship is slowed down when a blushing Beverly tells Jean-Luc, "Perhaps we should be afraid", implying that she's not ready to take that step forward in their relationship. However, only a handful of episodes later in " Sub Rosa ", it is revealed that neither Beverly or Jean-Luc has been able to let go of those feelings and they are back to where they started, trying to pretend the feelings don't exist and that they have no problem being "just friends" with one another.
In the series finale " All Good Things Crusher and Captain Picard had been married and then divorced — still evidently having feelings for each other after so many years.
Little information is given about the circumstances of their marriage or separation. In the present, during the episode, the two share a kiss. However that timeline, as well as that version of the future, is destroyed when Picard changes the past. In the four Next Generation movies, the flirtation between Dr. Crusher and Captain Picard remains, though it is not as obvious as previous episodes and most certainly not part of the substantial movie plots.
The most noteworthy moment between the two happens in one of the deleted scenes of the last Next Generation movie, Star Trek Nemesis. Following the television series and films, the relationship between Dr.
Crusher and Captain Picard continued throughout the non-canonical Star Trek: The Next Generation Pocket Books series. Beverly and Jean-Luc have married, but still serve together on the Enterprise-E. On board the Enterprise[ edit ] Dr.
Crusher was appointed Chief Medical Officer of the Federation starship Enterprise-D inand joined the ship at Farpoint Station with Wesley, reporting on board on stardate An energy-based lifeform from the Beta Renner cloud was accidentally trapped aboard the Enterprise later in It initially inhabited Lieutenant Worf's body, but next moved to Crusher.
It controlled her for a brief period of time, attempting to learn how to use the Enterprise navigational systems in order to return home. The being then transferred itself to the ship's computer system, then took control of Captain Picard.
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In midCaptain Picard invited Crusher on a holodeck adventure set in the fictional world of Dixon Hill. They were joined by Data and ship's historian, Whalen.
Unfortunately, a malfunction in the holodeck systems due to a Jarada scan caused the safeties to become disengaged, trapping the group at the whim of Cyrus Redblock. They were later freed, but not before Redblock shot Whalen and threatened to kill Beverly.
Doctor Crusher was offered a position as head of Starfleet Medical in and left the Enterprise during that year. She was replaced by Dr. While at Starfleet Medical, she decided to return to the ship as soon as it was allowed the following year.
The reason for Beverly's return was never explicitly stated. Quaice retired in shortly after the death of his wife, and the Enterprise-D picked him up at Starbase to ferry him home. Although he was in good spirits, he was slightly saddened at the prospect of facing the future without many of his friends, a feeling Beverly knew all too well.
I hope you have as much fun reading them as the writers and artists had breathing new life into these characters. This isn't something for everyone, but if you are a Beverly Crusher fan, it is for you.
There is passion here. So sit back and enjoy! From the title page, by the publisher: No portion may be reproduced by any means without the individual creator's permission.
This is a not-for-profit fan publication and the copyright is not meant to supercede [sic] any official copyright holder of Star Trek. Don't kill off fanzines by supporting those who claim to do you a favor by pirating fanzines! Story Afterward for "The Necessity of Pain" This story has a rather complicated genesis, as many story collaborations between Sheena and Marina do. One thing we definitely believe is that in Star Trek one can write anything. One can do straight science fiction as seen in episodes like Contagion, Conundrum and The Next Phase, one can do stories dealing chiefly with emotions like The Host or The Outcast, one can take themes and ideas from long ago such as Robin Hood or Sherlock Holmes and use those, one can do war stories, peace stories, love stories, and combinations thereof.
The Star Trek format is so wide that writers could literally never run out of ideas.
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But we believe that the best story balances an emotional issue with a suitable plot. And on to the plot of this story It was Sheena's idea for Beverly to be kidnapped by the Orions and sold on the Orion slave market.