Wife to scientist Dr. Paul Manheim. Prior to her marriage to Manheim, Jenice had been romantically involved with future Enterprise-D captain Jean-Luc Picard. Jenice was hurt when Picard left her without saying goodbye in 2342, but the two resolved their feelings in 2364 when Picard and the Enterprise-D saved the life of her husband.
("We'll Always Have Paris")
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