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  Reginald Barclay - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki
Prior to Barclay's transfer to the USS Enterprise-D in 2366, he was assigned to the USS Zhukov.
Barclay was also a hypochondriac and was prone to self-diagnosis – he once thought himself to have transporter psychosis; on another occasion, he believed himself to have Terellian Death Syndrome.
It was Barclay's efforts that led to two way communication being made with Voyager, when he came up with the idea of directing a tachyon beam towards an approaching itinerant pulsar to send a signal through an artificial wormhole.
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  Reginald Barclay - Memory Alpha - A Wikia wiki
Prior to Barclay's transfer to the Enterprise-D in 2366, he was assigned to the USS Zhukov.
Barclay was also a hypochondriac, and was prone to self-diagnosis.
It was Barclay's efforts that led to two way communication being made with the Voyager, when he came up with the idea of directing a tachyon beam towards an approaching itinerant pulsar to send a signal through an artificial wormhole.
www.memory-alpha.org /en/index.php/Reginald_Barclay   (921 words)

 Lieutenant Reginald Barclay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In 2367, Barclay was exposed to a broad-spectrum emission from a Cytherian probe.
Barclay was part of the engineering team that attempted to solve the problem of how to give the computer-generated intelligence, Professor James Moriarty, physical reality, when Moriarty held the ship hostage in 2369.
Barclay later transferred onto the new Enterprise-E and was on the ship in 2373 during its encounter with the Borg in Earth's past.
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 Reginald Barclay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In "Genesis," Barclay's T-cells had a bizarre reaction to a medicine, creating an airborne virus which caused Barclay to de-evolve into a spider and its other victims to revert to various earlier forms after multiple dormant genes in his body were activated by accident.
In the novel version of the Mirror Universe created by Diane Duane, Barclay, a fairly sure-minded, skilled person, is Captain Picard's personal guard until Counselor Troi destroys him when he stops her from entering a cargo hold where Picard is engaged in a confrontation with the Captain Picard of the Federation universe.
Barclay is named after Clayton Endicott III, a character in the TV series Benson portrayed by Rene Auberjonois, who would go on to play Col. West in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and Constable Odo in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
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Barclay realises that the problem is a little-used substance leaked from the containers of medical samples and which then spread via crewmembers to the affected ship's systems.
Barclay had a strong phobia of travelling by transporter and had a "mortal terror" of being dematerialised (he is not the only famous Starfleet officer to feel apprehension about transporter beaming: Dr Leonard McCoy felt the same even late in life [Star Trek: The Motion Picture]).
Presumably Barclay, along with other Enterprise crew, is in the watching crowd when Cochrane makes first contact with the Vulcans, before returning, along with the rest of the Enterprise crew, to the correct time and place in 2373.
www.star-trek-voyager.net /regbarclaybiog1.htm   (2530 words)

 Reginald Barclay Web Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
They consult Barclay who has no idea why, but he was going to chek the ships power systems anyways because of the anti-grav thing.
Barclay suggests they drop out of warp, but their speed only increases as the injectors are physically jammed.
Barclay and Geordi rush down to the cargo bay to confirm it.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Barclay scanned the units with his tricorder, and was amazed to note that he could detect no life-signs at all in any of the chambers.
Barclay recorded a short note in reference to the term, and replied that, on Earth, portraits of leaders tended to show them as if they were looking directly at the viewer.
Barclay was prepared to finally lay all his cards on the table; he'd been grateful that the other officers had participated the plan without having to know all of the details up front, but it was time to fill everyone in.
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 Star Trek Lives - Crew Files - Reginald Barclay
Barclay is an extremely talented Starfleet systems diagnostic engineer, but was timid and awkward in social situations.
Barclay is fond of investigating the Starfleet Medical Database, often convinced he has a rare and deadly disease.
Reginald Barclay was first seen in "Hollow Pursuits" (TNG).
www.startreklives.de /crew/reginald_barclay.htm   (230 words)

 [VOY] Jammer's Review: "Pathfinder"
Barclay is the center of a remarkably fresh-feeling premise that's relatively rare for this series: a reversed perspective where the starship Voyager is the object rather than the subject.
Barclay's boss, Commander Pete Harkins (Richard McGonagle) isn't hard-headed, but he has followed Barclay's over-exuberant suggestions in the past, ending up with results that were, well, a waste of time.
Barclay is full of quirks, nervous gestures, and a tendency to suddenly raise his voice when he feels he isn't being listened to.
www.jammersreviews.com /voy-6/pathfinder.php   (2309 words)

Barclay interrupted to announce that he believed they might be able to establish two-way communication.
Barclay tells the counselor that he needed engineering advice from the people on Voyager, but she is unmoved and suggests he was just looking for escape.
I was even impressed with the continuity until the enormous error at the end, when the crew failed to recognize the name "Reginald Barclay." We know from the episode "Projections" that he was one of the programmers of the EMH, and a holographic version of Barclay interacted extensively with the Doctor in that episode.
www.littlereview.com /getcritical/voyreviews/pathfind.htm   (1707 words)

 Hollow Pursuits
Barclay ends up retreating further into his fantasy life, this time seducing Troi in her guise as "the goddess of empathy".
The engineering team, starting with a suggestion from Barclay, deduce that it's not a systemic problem: one of the engineers was contaminated with Invidium when the seals on one of the med-canisters broke, and the spread of the sub- stance caused all the problems.
Barclay's fantasies are primarily seen as "a breach of protocol" (Riker's words, which I didn't much like--how much have we seen HIM care for proper protocol?) and are later shown to be dangerous to the ship, but it isn't really brought out how dangerous the addiction could be to Barclay himself.
www.starfleetlibrary.com /tng/tng3/hollow_pursuits.htm   (1674 words)

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Barclay is more confident than we saw him in his debut episode, but still a far cry from Enterprise norm (he still has trouble meeting another's gaze).
Barclay touches his panel -- the probe responds with a BLINDING FLASH of white light that lights up the entire inside of the shuttle for an instant before shutting down again.
Barclay is sitting on it, not in costume but in character.
www.twiztv.com /scripts/nextgeneration/season4/tng-419.txt   (6319 words)

 Delta Quadrant Cafe > Crew Manifest > Earth > Barclay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
BIO: Barclay is a member of the Pathfinder project that was set up to find a way home for Voyager after they made brief contact via the Doctor and the Hirogen Relay System in 2374.
In late 2376, Barclay met the Doctor of Voyager who traveled via the data stream, to Earth to come to the aid of his creator, Doctor Zimmerman.
A holographic representation of Barclay was sent to Voyager in 2377.
dqcafe.section-disparu.com /crew/earth/barclay.htm   (140 words)

 STARTREK.COM : Biography
Barclay also suffered from severe transporter phobia in 2369, although he seems to have overcome this psychological barrier.
While stationed aboard the new U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-E in 2373, and through a strange turn of events involving the Borg, Barclay was able to meet one of his idols, Zefram Cochrane.
By 2376, Barclay's main focus was developing a means of communicating with the missing U.S.S. Voyager crew still stranded in the Delta Quadrant.
www.startrek.com /startrek/view/library/character/bio/1112705.html   (151 words)

But when the Doc returns to Sickbay, Lieutenant Reginald Barclay - one of the holographic programmers who helped create the EMH - appears, to try to convince him that he is really Dr. Louis Zimmerman, and that he is home, running a holonovel gone awry.
Barclay tells the Doc that everything he has experienced on Voyager is part of a scenario he was playing out, and that he must shut down the program and come back to himself.
Barclay reinitializes the scenario to prove his point, making the Doctor relive his first hours on board Voyager in the midst of the crisis with the Caretaker, and introduces him to Kes - Zimmerman's wife, according to Barclay.
www.littlereview.com /getcritical/voyreviews/projectn.htm   (683 words)

 Project: Voyager Staff
Lieutenant Barclay has spend most of his Starfleet career as a systems diagnostic engineer, serving on such notable ships as the USS Zhukov and the USS Enterprise D and E. He was offered a position at Starfleet Command, Communications Division, after serving on the Enterprise E for less than a year.
Barclay is credited as being a very talented engineer, but tends to become timid and awkward when in social situations.
Both Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Commander Geordie LaForge commended Barclay for saving the USS Enterprise on stardate 43807.4, when he realized what was causing a fatal problem with the injectors on the Enterprise, a problem which meant certain destruction for the Federation Flagship.
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 Projections : Episode 17 Part D :: EPISODE GUIDES :: Janet's Star Trek Voyager Site
Thinking the Doctor and Barclay are responsible she steps menacingly towards them: "What are you-?" But then she too vanishes.
Barclay: "Doctor, I know this is a little confusing, but try to remember that you just destroyed the holographic imaging system on a holographic ship, a hologram in a hologram.
Barclay to Doctor: "Don't be distracted by these holographic characters.
www.star-trek-voyager.net /a1episodes/ep17d.htm   (1085 words)

 Realm of Fear
Barclay is able to relax, but becomes even more unnerved when his arm begins to radiate light in the precise spot where the creature touched him.
Geordi, Data and Barclay realize that the plasma was brought inside the ship in the sample container that was fragmented, and that the plasma somehow exploded.
Late that night, Barclay returns to his room to sleep, but is unable to do so when his arm begins glowing again - this time all the way up to his shoulder.
www.starfleetlibrary.com /tng/tng6/realm_of_fear.htm   (2319 words)

 My Two Cents Review
Reginald Barclay, one of the most memorable supporting cast members on TNG, was a perfect vehicle for this story.
In it, Barclay was the center of the attention and the undisputed hero of the crew.
Though my last encounter with Barclay was his cameo in "First Contact," his character is so strong and so well played by Dwight Schultz, I was quickly pulled into his struggles, personal and professional.
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 Reginald Barclay
Lieutenant Reginald Barclay, a character in the fictional Star Trek universe, is an engineer aboard the Starship Enterprise.
He first appeared in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, then on the later show Star Trek Voyager.
He had to overcome a fear of being transported[?], and he fights with a holodiction[?] problem.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/re/Reginald_Barclay.html   (81 words)

 Scifilm -- TV Files, Star Trek: The Next Generation: "Hollow Pursuits"
Engineer Reginald Barclay has set his sights on the beautiful ship's counselor Deanna Troi and will not let anything stand in his way.
The holographic fantasy Barclay has been enjoying for the last few minutes is shut off and the engineer once again reverts to the shy, socially inept crewman he is in real life.
Barclay's Walter Mitty-like fantasies are highly amusing, especially the one where he outduels LaForge, Data, and Picard in the guise of the 3 Musketeers.
www.scifilm.org /tv/st-tng/st-tng3-21.html   (448 words)

Barclay looked up from the glass, as he felt that counselor Troi had taken her hand off his shoulder.
Barclay knew this was the High Q, but how he knew this was impossible to know...
And with that, Barclay started to explain all that had happened, from the 'kidnapping' of the crew, to his new powers.
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 Reginald Barclay
Barclay's self-esteem got so low, he began to escape from reality using the holodeck to create environments where he was in command.
With the help od Counselor Troi, Barclay was able to build his esteem and shake his nickname Broccoli.
During an investigation of a probe, Barclay's mind was modified by an alien race known as the Cytherians, giving him incredible mental skills.
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 Rob's STAR TREK Episode Guide
Reg Barclay is an extremely talented Starfleet systems diagnostic engineer, but was timid and awkward in social situations.
He was able to overcome this by counseling sessions with Cmdr. Deanna Troi.
Barclay transferred to the Pathfinder Project at Starfleet Communications on Earth in 2374.
www.durfee.net /startrek/p_BarclayR.html   (345 words)

 Jan 2000 Interview
In Pathfinder, Barclay calls on the support of his former shipmate when his work at Starfleet is on the rocks.
Barclay's last appearance in the Star Trek universe was in a brief scene in Star Trek: First Contact in which he meets the legendary Zefram Cochrane.
Like the holographic Voyager of Barclay's story, this virtual starship is also vacant and empty, apart from a handful of crew members who are whiling away the moments between scene set-ups playing a board game.
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 Amazon.com: "Lieutenant Reginald Barclay": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Barclay was pushing before him an antigrav carrier supporting a device Geordi recognized from Professor Faal's blueprints.
A nickname given by Ensign Crusher to Lieutenant Reginald Barclay.
Barclay also claims that the Doctor is Zimmerman, who is really at Jupiter...
www.amazon.com /phrase/Lieutenant-Reginald-Barclay   (534 words)

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