Star Trek: Voyager

Future's End (1) - S3-E8

Trivia: Rain Robinson has a model of a DY-100 on the window sill in her office. In 1996 (also the year this episode is set), Kahn left Earth in the SS Botany Bay, a DY-100 class starship.


Investigations - S2-E20

Trivia: King Abdullah of Jordan appears in this episode (he was Crown Prince at the time), as a Voyager crewmember in a corridor scene. He is uncredited.

Trivia: Tom Paris was originally written to be Nick Locarno, the cadet Robert Duncan McNeil played in the 'Next Generation' episode "The First Duty." Because the character was the intellectual property of that episode's writers, royalty fees would have had to been paid for every new episode in which Locarno appeared. To avoid the unnecessary expense, the 'Voyager' producers instead created a new character, using Locarno as a building block.

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Inside Man - S7-E6

Trivia: When the Doctor invites the holographic Reg to play golf, he mentions a few locations to choose from. One of them is situated on Giedi Prime - known to "Dune" fans as the Harkonnen home planet.

Future's End (1) - S3-E8

Trivia: The acronym for the Doctor's new "Autonomous Self-Sustaining HOLo-Emitter" makes for quite an interesting choice of words.

Latent Image - S5-E11

Trivia: The poem the Doctor reads at the end is "La Vita Nuova" (The New Life) by Dante. Although it's a modified version as the intro is more of a paraphrase than an English translation.


Drone - S5-E2

Deliberate mistake: When the Doctor begins to "fade" in the transporter room his mobile emitter fades with him. Since it's made of solid matter and is not a hologram, this shouldn't be possible.

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11:59 - S5-E23

Shannon O'Donnel: 5:00am, December 27th, 2000. I'm in the great state of...Indiana, I think. I saw the world's largest ball of string this morning and the world's largest beefsteak tomato this afternoon. It was the size of a Volkswagen. The string, not the tomato.


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Thirty Days - S5-E9

Question: Was Tom successful in his mission or did the torpedo that was launched by Tuvok from Voyager stop him from succeeding?

Answer: The torpedo stopped him from succeeding.

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