Star Trek: Voyager

Future's End (1) - S3-E8

Corrected entry: Future's End part 1 and 2 show no signs of a Eugenics Wars, which took place from 1992-1996, and devastated the planet with over 30 million deaths and led to Kahn ruling 1/4 of the planet.


Correction: Clearly some parts of the world escaped the Eugenics Wars unscathed, just as the continental United States escaped both World Wars relatively unscathed.

Scorpion (1) - S3-E26

Corrected entry: Both the Borg and Chakotay reference that it would take months for Voyager to cross Borg space. The Borg use trans-warp regularly, which is the method Voyager eventually arrives home at the end of the series. The Borg could have scooped up Voyager and had them not only on the other side of Borg space, but all the way home in less than a day. Janeway really missed an opportunity in her negotiations.


Correction: Janeway didn't know that the Borg had transwarp conduits that reached the Alpha Quadrant. Additionally, she would not want to encourage the Borg to send any ships towards Earth, since it would simply motivate them to invade. Janeway compromised - they would cross Borg space safely, and without leading to a Borg invasion of the Federation.

Yes she would have known the Borg had trans warp conduits to the Alpha Quadrant, as the Borg reached the Romulan Neutral Zone in TNG Season 1, the attack at Wolf 359 only a year after official first contact, and the rogue Borg were attacking Federation colonies in 2369, two years before Voyager was lost in the Badlands. Therefore, the Borg has a way to get to the Alpha Quadrant in very little time, which Janeway would know. Why the Borg didn't use the transwarp conduit that opened up right on earth's doorstep ("Endgame") is another question.

Future's End (1) - S3-E8

Corrected entry: When talking to someone from 1996, Tom Paris states that Starfleet Academy is an "East Coast school." Starfleet Academy is actually located in San Francisco, making it a "West Coast school"

Correction: Because Tom Paris was in California (the West Coast) in 1996, he was trying to say something that would make Starfleet Academy sound like it was far away from that region. That is, he said, "East Coast school" in the hope of making Rain Robinson think it was a real school, just one she might not have heard of because it was on the East Coast.

Before and After - S3-E21

Corrected entry: When Kes flashes to a moment where people celebrate her ninth birthday, Neelix brings the cake with candles. There are ten candles on the cake instead of nine.

Correction: An additional candle is added for luck in some cultures. As further evidence in the S4 episode Raven, Seven is talking about her birthday. She says her cake had 6 candles on it and 'one more to grow on'.

I think it's even mentioned in this episode that there's an extra candle for luck.

Scorpion (1) - S3-E26

Corrected entry: Seven of Nine says that she was assimilated 18 years before. No one from the Alpha Quadrant knew about the Borg at that time.

Joshua Mullis

Correction: There were rumors about them. That's why her parents set out to try and find them and learn about them.

Greg Dwyer

The El-Aurian refugees rescued in "Generations" were refugees from the Borg assimilating their world. Even for a race of listeners, some of them presumably spoke about what happened in the 80 years before the Enterprise-D encountered the Borg at J-25. It just wasn't given much importance at the time given that it was a very long way from Federation space. The Hansens dig out these old forgotten reports and decided to investigate.

Coda - S3-E15

Corrected entry: The tip of the boom appears briefly at the end when Janeway and Chakotay are in the Captain's ready room.


Correction: That's actually part of the set - it's clearer in wider shots.

Basics (2) - S3-E1

Corrected entry: In the second part of this episode, the Doctor asks the ship's computer of how many persons are on board to get an idea of the number of invading Kazon he is facing. The ship responds with "89 Kazon and one Betazoid". It fails to mention Seska who is a Cardassian.

Correction: The Computer obviously registered Seska as Kazon.

Rog the Bodge

Macrocosm - S3-E12

Corrected entry: In the scene where Captain Janeway and Neelix are trying to get to the bridge, they go into a turbolift, and they are speaking about the failure of the enviromental controls. Captain Janeway is scanning the turbolift with the tricorder, and she's holding the right margin of the turbolift's door. Meanwhile, Neelix starts to speak about spending his childhood in the Rinax marshlands, the hottest area in the sector, and he starts to go around in the turbolift in a circle. Note that when he finishes the circle and gets back to Janeway, the captain is still scanning with the tricorder in the same position as earlier, but this time she's holding the left margin of the turbolift door.

Correction: The camera tracks Neelix all the way around the turbolift without cutting away. The fact that Janeway is in a different position is not a mistake. She simply changed her position.

JC Fernandez

Sacred Ground - S3-E7

Corrected entry: The specified episode starts at stardate 50063.2, as mentioned by captain Janeway's entry log. However, the previous episode (Season 3, Ep. 6 - Remember) begins with captain Janeway's log, recorded at stardate 50203.1, so in conclusion episode 7 happened earlier than episode 6.

Correction: Not really a mistake, given that it is never specified in either episode which events occurred first.

Jason Hoffman

Worst Case Scenario - S3-E24

Corrected entry: When the 2 guys who enter the bridge the tall guy is on the left when Torres is running the program. Later when Paris is running the program the tall guy is on the right.

Correction: A holodeck program can be customized to suit the individual user without letting them into the information that would alter the program drastically. It's like changing the main character in computer games.

Worst Case Scenario - S3-E24

Corrected entry: When the holoprogram ends on Paris, he is still holding a phaser. The phaser is a part of the program, so it should have disappeared when the program ended.

Correction: The computer replicates items in the holonovel for the crew when the touch when the program was shut off the computer had replicated the phaser.

Flashback - S3-E2

Corrected entry: In the episode Flashback, it seems that the producers didn't watch Star Trek VI. In the scene where Mr. Tuvok explains to Captain Janeway about the explosion of the Klingon moon, he says that Captain Kirk and Dr. McCoy were arrested two days after the explosion, when it actually happened over two months after the explosion.

Correction: This could be a simple character mistake. The events of "The undiscovered country" take place in 2293 whilst this episode takes place in 2373 & Whilst we have the videos or dvds & can watch the films & series whenever we want, at the time Tuvok only has his memory to go off & is under stress from the memory virus. It's likely that later on he would have corrected himself to the captain.

Indeed, Tuvok remembers Valtaine dying on Excelsior's bridge, but he was shown alive and well at the end of ST:VI. In fact, Tuvok remembers himself being on Excelsior, when he wasn't shown in ST:VI.

Unity - S3-E17

Corrected entry: Riley, the former Borg, says that she was assimilated at the battle of Wolf 359. This is impossible, since there was only one Borg ship at the battle, and it was heading straight for Earth, and when it finally got there, it was destroyed.

Correction: To quote the Borg Queen from First Contact, "You think in such three-dimensional terms." She was on that very same ship and she survived. Surely she escaped with at least a small contingient of her drones. They don't tell us how, but it is rather clear that some sort of time travel was implimented.


Correction: Presumably the Wolf 359 cube launched a sphere like the one in First Contact before it was destroyed but out of view of the Enterprise-D which then returned to the Delta Quadrant via transwarp.

Flashback - S3-E2

Corrected entry: In the episode Flashback, during the first mind meld between Captain Janeway and Mr. Tuvok, when they first show up at the bridge of the Excelsior, is mentioned a rescue mission of Captain Kirk and Dr. McCoy, who were arrested due to the assassination of the Klingon Chancellor. However, on Star Trek VI - The Undiscovered Country, there is no mention of such mission mainly because the only ship that was nearby Klingon Space was the Enterprise.

Correction: Captain Sulu was operating against orders and without knowledge of StarFleet Command, why would it be mentioned in the first place?

Sol Parker



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