A behind-the-scenes featurette about the Holodeck that's aboard 'Star Trek: Lower Decks'
- [GASPS] Computer, show us the warp core.
Wow, amazing! What an impressive feat of engineering.
- You really bum me out sometimes.
TAWNY NEWSOME: Mariner's been on a bunch of ships. You know, like she has all the little workarounds. So I feel like, with the Holodeck, like of course she's gotten very good at the things on the ship that will make her life more fun and interesting.
- Computer, load Mariner program All-Nude Olympic Training Facility. (WHISPERS) You might want to back up a bit.
- Wow. This is a very detailed program.
GILLIAN VIGMAN: Just to see what everybody would want would be my ultimate fantasy.
- Nothing compares to the firm, hot pulse of a joystick in your hand.
JERRY O'CONNELL: Jack Ransom would want to be front row. He'd want to be in the mosh pit of a Guns N' Roses concert. That's what Commander Ransom would want.
- You know, I am sorry, but I'm starting to think that Barb might not actually exist.
- She's real.
JACK QUAID: Boimler gets a lot of mileage out of the Holodeck. Yeah. More than we probably see, which is slightly creepy.
- When we meet her, it'll weirdly have to be on the Holodeck.
- Hey! I don't do that anymore, OK?
JACK QUAID: Fill in the blanks. I'm not going to tell you what that means. I'm--
- Welcome to Security. Why don't we throw you into the fire and see if you burn?
FRED TATASCIORE: Shaxs' relation to the Holodeck is purely a training exercise. If he's not learning about the Borg and how to destroy any other creature, how to hunt, how to kill, how to fight.
- Computer, initiate combat simulation Smorgasborg.
FRED TATASCIORE: Makes him feel good. You know, that's victorious.
- We did it!