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Star Trek Voyager - Floating Towel
Watch the episode called "Drone". That's the episode where Seven's nano-probes accidently mix with the Doctor's mobile emitter and with the DNA of a crewman create a 29th century Borg. Before they know what's happening with the emitter, B'Elanna has an overnight analysis done on it. At 0600 hours (6 am) the Doctor impatiently awakens B'Elanna for the results. She gets up, walks into the bathroom, takes off her clothes and is about to go into the sonic shower when the Doctor appears on a flat screen on a flat wall. She quickly covers herself with a towel and then throws it onto the screen to cover it. The towel stays! How can it stay up if the wall and screen are flat?
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Chooch on 02-02-2001
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Comments:
Zozzy writes:
The screen IS flat against the wall, but if you look just above the screen, there is a hook there, where the towel could easily hang on. (I've just watched this part of the episode and was looking for an explanation!)
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Shawn writes:
What exactly are you suggesting? That Roxanne Dawson threw the towel at the prop screen on the TV set, and it defied gravity?
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Mark Keegan writes:
The real question is: why is she using a towel in the first place? Sonic showers don't use water, so she doesn't need to dry herself...
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Ahndun writes:
Well the screen protrudes about 3 inches from the wall just barely enough ledging for a firm hold but just enough for all intents and purposes.
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