Star Trek: Voyager

The Omega Directive - S4-E21

Continuity mistake: When Seven gives her log entry at the beginning of the episode, she lists the Star Date as 15781.2. This is a misstatement of the correct star date, 51781.2.

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Living Witness - S4-E23

Continuity mistake: Early in the episode, the Kyrian historical researcher plays a simulation of events aboard Voyager that include Janeway killing a Kyrian and then throwing the rifle to a crewman. Later, he replays the simulation for the Doctor, but subtle details of this 'same simulation' change, most notably the way the female crewman raises her rifle much sooner the first time we see Janeway walk past her, and the difference in the way the male crewman catches Janeway's rifle.

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The Gift - S4-E2

Continuity mistake: As Janeway calls the bridge after a conduit is blown out by Kes, her combadge is askew. A moment later when they meet Tuvok, it's correct.

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Mortal Coil - S4-E12

Continuity mistake: The shuttle is "parked" in the nebula to get a protomatter sample, and the nebula is visible in all windows. After the shuttle is hit, the camera looks at Tom, and the view in the window is the black of space with stars, rather than the bright nebula.

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