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At what point can we stop pleading ignorance and just go with the fact that Archer = Jonathan Archer and Chapel = Christine Chapel? Seriously, if they said Picard or DeSoto in VOY or DS9, we knew who they were talking about... --Alan 23:30, 10 May 2009 (UTC)
- I agree, we can probably move this to Christine Chapel. Archer, on the other hand... not sure about that. I'm trying to see if the writers intended it to be the Archer or just a nice reference to Star Trek: Enterprise without necessarily meaning it was Jonathan Archer. --From Andoria with Love 23:58, 10 May 2009 (UTC)
Where was she in the Star Trek film?Edit
In one part of the article it says that McCoy calls for her right after Kirk's hand swells up and in another part it says that she helped take care of the injured after the Narada attacked the Enterprise. If she never appeared onscreen and Get me Nurse Chapel was the only time she was called by name then how do we know she was helping care for the injured after the Narada attacked — Yarnek 13:29, 20 June 2009 (UTC)
- Chapel was in sickbay when Kirk's hands began to swell up, and McCoy barked an order at her. As for taking care of the injured following the Narada's attack, that was never established and, while likely correct, is merely speculation. Unless there was another line I missed. --From Andoria with Love 14:51, 21 June 2009 (UTC)
"Blonde-haired nurse" Edit
Could someone find or make the appropriate link to this "unnamed character"? She doesn't appear to be found on Unnamed USS Enterprise personnel (alternate reality).--DrWho42 01:37, June 5, 2011 (UTC)
- A long time coming, but her image is now up and a link has been added. It should be noted that hers is the last image in the "Medical staff" section, not the one that has the caption "Nurse." I changed the wording of the article a little, opting to call the blond beehived woman a "medic" instead of a nurse, since she is not wearing the nurse uniform and could be a medical technician or somesuch for all we know. Tinwe(hailing frequency) 09:44, September 18, 2012 (UTC)