Plastic Chef Neelix

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When something is not working as well as he would like it to in his kitchen, Neelix goes to the ''one person'' in his mess hall that is basically in no shape to be messing around with his stuff.  The very pregnant science officer, Ensign Wildman, instead of any of the other science or engineering officers in the same room.  Unsurprisingly, this results in the poor woman going into labor.<ref>[[VOY]] "Deadlock"</ref>
 
When something is not working as well as he would like it to in his kitchen, Neelix goes to the ''one person'' in his mess hall that is basically in no shape to be messing around with his stuff.  The very pregnant science officer, Ensign Wildman, instead of any of the other science or engineering officers in the same room.  Unsurprisingly, this results in the poor woman going into labor.<ref>[[VOY]] "Deadlock"</ref>
  
When an ever increasing case of an unexplained case of possible food poisoning is starting to fill sickbay overwhelming the poor man, Tom Paris, who was forced to deal with the ever increasing cases Neelix refuses to stop serving the food that is causing the symptoms.  While he does help his victims get to sickbay for treatment he does nothing to prevent an further cases of possible food poisoning.  Of course the correct procedure is throw out the offending food in order to just play it safe.  No amount of excuses about not wanting to be wasteful can justify his continued serving of the offending dish.<ref>[[VOY]] "Message in a Bottle"</ref>
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When an ever-increasing number of crew members succumb to an unexplained case of possible food poisoning, overwhelming the sickbay (manned by Tom Paris at the time), Neelix refuses to stop serving the food that is causing the symptoms.  While he does help his victims get to sickbay for treatment, he does nothing to prevent an further cases of possible food poisoning.  Of course the correct procedure is throw out the offending food in order to just play it safe.  No amount of excuses about not wanting to be wasteful can justify his continuing to poison the crew.<ref>[[VOY]] "Message in a Bottle"</ref>
  
 
== Conclusion ==
 
== Conclusion ==

Revision as of 13:47, 26 July 2013

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