Caption This: Camping In The Delta Quadrant

Janeway and a large expressionless plastic figure (Chakotay) standing around some camping-or-something equipment in the middle of the park next to Paramount Studios sometime in the late 90s.
This is from some episode of Star Trek: Voyager but I don’t know which and I’m too embarrassed to admit that fact or to ask for help. Any ideas, friend?

Janeway: “Can opener?”

Did I get it wrong? Maybe. Let me know if you have the right caption in mind. Also, if you’re interested in mathematically-themed comic strips, I talked about a couple of them the other day and you might like that.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

8 thoughts on “Caption This: Camping In The Delta Quadrant”

  1. Chakotay:”How does this work again?”
    Janeway: “According to Paris, it was a 20th century Earth custom called a ‘garage sale’. People with items they didnt want anymore spread them out for other people to rummage through and buy. It is intended to bring people together.”
    Chakotay:”But we don’t use money.”
    Janeway: “We’re selling these things for coffee beans.”


    1. Oh, boy, the coffee. You know Voyager could have got home in two years if Janeway didn’t want to try out all the exotic coffee shops in the Delta Quadrant. To her credit, she tried going to weird indie ones and small local chains with, like, 40 shops in one town and nothing more than 15 miles away. But still, that’s a lot of places with menus cartooned in on those transparent plastic sheets with the ultraviolet light backing and carrying heaps of the alt-weeklies to visit.


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