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Top Ten Ways Voyager Would Be Different If It Took Place In... Chesapeake Bay

The Top Ten Reasons Voyager would be different if it were in Southern Maryland.

10.Neelex would run a local watering hold called "Lagoons" where, every Tuesday, its $2 Margaretas, every Tuesday its $1 Laola Root Jello Shooters, and every Thursday it "The Miss Tropical West Tee Shirt" contest.
9.Every Thursday night Seven would appear at "Lagoon" to defend her title.
8.Harry would be under a restraining order from Tuvok to keep out of "Lagoons" on Thursdays.
7.Kes could only grow tobacco in her hydrogarden. She would claim that its the only crop that grows in DQ soil.
6.Janway's fantasy holonovels and other classics (like Toni Morrison novels) would be banned from DQ high schools because they are about morally corrupt individuals and portray DQ inhabitants in negative ways.
5.Chaokoty would be off the bridge for two weeks in November for Deer Hunting, 2 weeks in October for rabbit hunting, 2 weeks in September for blue fishing, weeks in August for summer vacation, 2 weeks in July for Bass fishing, 2 weeks in June to prepare for Ensign of the Week graduation classes, and 2 weeks in April for trout fishing.
4.Torres' services would be in demand because she doesn't fish, hunt, or teach Ensign of the Week class.
3.Tuvok would spend most of his time at Tom and B'Lanna's quarters, investigating reports of domestic violence.
2.The AOW's spacecraft would have a sticker on the rear bumper stating "Welcome to the DQ, now go home."
And the #1 way things would be different if Voyager was based in Southern Maryland:
1.Paris would pilot a charter fishing boat called the "Tom Hooker." Honest, the largest of the charter boats in my town is named "The Tom Hooker." It cruses the waters of the Chesapeake every morning at 8 a.m. and, on the Saturday closest to the full moon, runs at 8 p.m. for that "special cruise."