10 couples that should be a thing in Star Trek

Let us look into Star Trek characters who would be incredibly good together and play cosmic matchmaker, shall we?

Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine in "Surrender" Episode 308, Star Trek: Picard on Paramount+. Photo Credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+. ©2021 Viacom, International Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine in "Surrender" Episode 308, Star Trek: Picard on Paramount+. Photo Credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+. ©2021 Viacom, International Inc. All Rights Reserved. /
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4. Benjamin Sisko (Deep Space Nine) and Kathryn Janeway (Voyager)

Pairing Captain Benjamin Sisko of Deep Space Nine and Captain Kathryn Janeway of the USS Voyager would be kind of making space mac and cheese – both pasta and cheese are fantastic on their own, but together, they create something even more incredible.

Sisko, the bold and strategic thinker, has faced the cosmic wild west of the Gamma Quadrant, while Janeway, the resilient and inventive leader, navigated her crew through the treacherous Delta Quadrant. Picture them swapping stories over a cup of raktajino or coffee - their shared experiences in uncharted territories and facing down impossible odds would spark not just mutual respect, but an unbreakable bond. They're like two sides of a Starfleet coin, each bringing their unique strengths to the table, making them an unstoppable duo.

Now, let's talk about how their differences could actually be their biggest strength. Sisko, with his passionate and sometimes impulsive nature, balanced by Janeway's methodical and scientific approach, could lead to some lively debates. But here's the thing – both have shown they can listen, adapt, and learn from those around them. This isn't just about battles or exploring new worlds - it's about how they handle the quiet moments, the tough decisions, and everything in between. Their complementary styles mean they'd always find a way through any cosmic storm, with Sisko's instinct and Janeway's logic combining to form the perfect Starfleet strategy guide. Plus, their mutual dedication to their crews and the greater good means they'd never lose sight of what's truly important.

In the vast expanse of space, Sisko and Janeway could be the guiding stars, leading the way with courage, innovation, and a touch of interstellar flair.

306 - The Bounty
LeVar Burton as Geordi La Forge in "The Bounty" Episode 306, Star Trek: Picard on Paramount+. Photo Credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+. ©2021 Viacom, International Inc. All Rights Reserved. /

5. Geordi La Forge (The Next Generation) and B'Elanna Torres (Voyager)

Imagine Geordi La Forge and B'Elanna Torres joining forces, not just in the engineering bay but also in the complex world of interstellar romance. It'd be pretty cute.

Geordi sees the universe in ways no one else does, turning what many might see as a disability into a superpower of sorts. Then there’s B'Elanna, half-human, half-Klingon, always wrestling with her dual identity, yet her engineering brilliance shines as brightly as any star in the galaxy. Together, they'd be the ultimate problem-solving duo, turning warp core breaches into minor hiccups and smoothing over dilithium crystal dilemmas before breakfast. Their shared passion for technology and innovation would be the spark that ignites their connection, creating a bond as strong and reliable as the starships they pour their hearts and souls into.

But it's not just their tech-savvy brains that make Geordi and B'Elanna a match made in the cosmos. Both have navigated the challenges of being different, of not quite fitting in. Geordi's journey with his blindness and B'Elanna's struggle with her Klingon temper and human rationality give them a unique perspective on life and resilience. They understand what it means to overcome, to adapt, and to thrive, making them kindred spirits. Their mutual support and understanding would foster a deep emotional connection, where Geordi's calm and optimistic nature complements B'Elanna's fiery spirit and determination. Together, they'd not only engineer solutions to the most daunting of space anomalies but also navigate the complex dynamics of a relationship built on mutual respect, shared challenges, and a love for all things tech. It's the kind of love story that would make even the most stoic Vulcan raise an eyebrow in intrigue.