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“Losing a small amount of neural tissue is inconsequential.”
“Not to me it isn’t!”
Yes, B'Elanna, he is out of his holographic mind.
IMO, Lifesigns, at its heart, is a B'Elanna episode. The Doctor’s questionable romance with Denara Pel aside, the episode once again presents B'Elanna with the opportunity to move beyond her prejudices and knee-jerk, self-defence emotions, and consider the larger picture. And in the end, when presented with a real person–instead of a personified monstrous figure–she does the ‘right’ thing and helps. What else can a Maquis do?
But should the Doc have even asked? He saw what the Vidiians did to her. He witnessed & lived through the emotional and physical upheaval they caused her. And instead of stepping back and asking himself if requesting that she once again undergo an invasive proceedure to save the life of someone who represents the very people who tortured her, he steamrollered ahead and poo-pooed her justified concerns, then used a combination of guilt & shame to force her to consent to his plan. Poorly done, Doc. Poorly done. He should have spoken to her in private, in the holodeck or hololab, or sent Denara there. But he wanted Denara to confront B'Elanna and persuade her.
I still maintain that he should have kept a little of full-Klingon B'Elanna. A perfectly good brain, wasted!
Soledad Miranda in Cuadecuc, Vampir (Pere Portabella, 1971)