Crewmembers, including Captain Kathryn Janeway, Commander Chakotay, and Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres, view the projects with interest. A proud Seven takes them to each one; from the twins, cloned potatoes (having been convinced to not clone Naomi); from Mezoti, a Teirenian ant colony. (Captain Janeway cannot help but be amused by her choice: an insect colony of drones and a queen, contained within a transparent cube); from Naomi, a model of her father's homeworld, Ktaris, complete with a simulation of the stormy weather of the region known as the Arpasian Range.
Seven points out he'd have been reassimilated; Icheb is aware of this but thinks it may have been his destiny \"In the future you may choose to fight the Borg,\" she tells him. But she stresses it will be his choice as an individual and therefore has the right to determine his own destiny.
Thirteen starts the medical history. When they start talking about blackouts, the boyfriend tells of one that Ted had that Ted put down to being drunk. The fiancée admits that Ted has occasional erectile dysfunction, but Ted thinks that's normal. However, the roommate says it was never a problem. However, the erectile dysfunction could be a vascular problem. The patient agrees to a test that measures blood flow through the penis. They offer him a choice of gay or straight porn and threaten to give him a shot if he doesn't get an erection on his own. The patient wants the shot.
The roommate comes to visit again. Ted tells him he's not coming back to him, but the roommate is more concerned about the fiancée. He leaves and wishes Ted luck. The fiancée sees him leave. Ted starts talking about the wedding again, but she is now harboring doubts even though she still loves him. He tells her love is all that matters, but she still thinks he loves his old roommate. Ted says he's not gay and has made his choice, but fiancée says she has to make a choice as well. She kisses him and leaves despite Ted's entreaties that he wants to marry her.
The title refers to the belief that a person's sexual orientation is a choice rather than an inborn preference. The reference to an \"Overbearing mother\" is a since discarded theory that a homosexual orientation could be traced to maternal behavior.
In sickbay, Crusher can't find anything wrong with Riker apart from his obvious mental exhaustion, and with no other witnesses to what he saw, Riker has no choice but to get some rest and hope for the best. On his way back to his quarters, he once again finds himself back at the hospital, shouting in panic through the window of his locked cell.
Gary is devestated to hear that his wife's coma is irreversible. Lexie explains that there's minimal brain activity. Gary thinks that means there's hope as there's still a little activity and her heart is pumping, but April clarifies that that is because the machine is breathing for her. Once they turn it off, the heart won't get the oxygen it needs. Gary wonders why they'd turn it off. Richard says that the advanced directive his wife signed specifically requested no mechanical ventilation. Gary says she filled that out three years ago when the cancer was first diagnosed and she only had 6 months to live. Then Alison held on for another three years. He's convinced she'll come back from this too, but Richard says they legally don't have another choice. Richard says his wife made the choice three years ago, and Gary lashes out at Lexie for telling him earlier the surgery went fine. He says she's a useless child, not a doctor, and he's done talking to all of them.
Taurus PT92AFS has multiple appearances. The Taurus was a pistol more readily available to Canadian armorers, so when the production moved to Vancouver in later seasons, it became the gun of choice for most villains and their underlings during seasons 4-7, taking over H&K P9S's duty from season 1-3.
The next day, Willow and Tara get dressed and, while hugging, Tara notices Xander and Buffy in the backyard together. Buffy and Xander begin to discuss Buffy's relationship with Spike. Xander tells her that he was hurt she didn't trust him enough to tell him about the relationship but accepts that he gave her plenty of reason to believe he would react badly. The two accept they've made some very bad choices recently but know they can't imagine life without the other.
The Simpsons predictions coming true again and again prove that this is more than just a TV show. The Simpsons just passed its 30th birthday this past December. It came on air when landlines and CD players were necessities in every household and legwarmers were a viable fashion choice. The Simpsons has been a cultural landmark since before it was even its own show, when the first Simpsons shorts debuted on The Tracy Ullman Show starting in 1987. The shorts became such a phenomenon that they got their own half-hour-long show two years later. 59ce067264