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View Poll Results: Best Starfleet Doctor!
Leonard McCoy 7 50.00%
Beverly Crusher 1 7.14%
Katherine Pulaski (TNG Season 2) 0 0%
Julian Bashir 2 14.29%
EMH Program AK-1 Diagnostic and Surgical Subroutine Omega 323 (The Holo-Doc) 3 21.43%
Other (Please Specify) 1 7.14%
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Old 07-31-2009, 10:54 PM
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McCoy...I guess that's obvious.

BTW, thanks for the topics! I appreciate you keeping things going.

I think McCoy is it because a) he defined the job and b) he's not afraid to confront the Captain no matter the circumstances...
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I voted for Voyagers EMH. He made me laugh and was able to exceed his programme. His bedside manner could do with work but that goes for most of the docs
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McCoy...I guess that's obvious.

BTW, thanks for the topics! I appreciate you keeping things going.

I think McCoy is it because a) he defined the job and b) he's not afraid to confront the Captain no matter the circumstances...
My choice, as well. He was the real McCoy, so to speak!



And thanks for the compliment!

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I voted for Voyagers EMH. He made me laugh and was able to exceed his programme. His bedside manner could do with work but that goes for most of the docs
The Holo-Doc was a real character, all right. Multi-faceted and humorous, just like the actor who played him, Robert Picardo.
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Haven't we already has this thread no long ago?

Oh well, nevermind. Dr Crusher. Yes, Bones is technically the best, but Dr Beverly took my heart long ago. The EMH is insufferable. I'd have loved to delete the program.
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Bones didn't even know enough Klingon anatomy
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Understandable given their enemy status.
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No one has written in Andy Dick's EMH Mark II.

I'm not surprised.



What does surprise me is that Andy Dick was ever on Trek.

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EXCUSE ME - Where's Dr. Phlox??
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McCoy

it's all about the illegal alien booze
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