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|Series :||Voyager||Rating :|
|Disc No :||4.1||Episode :||71|
|First Aired :||17 Sep 1997||Stardate :||Unknown|
|Director :||Jesus Salvador Trevino||Year :||2374|
|Writers :||Jeri Taylor||Season :||4|
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|Body Count :||Zero.|
|Quote :||B'Elanna : "Tell me something. When you hear about people like the Caatati, do you have any feelings of remorse?"
Seven : "No."
B'Elanna : "That's it? Just no?"
Seven : What further answer do you require?"
B'Elanna : "Well maybe some kind of acknowledgement of the billions of lives you helped destroy. A justification for what you did. Maybe a little sense of guilt."
Seven : Guilt is irrelevant."
B'Elanna : "Heartwarming."
When the Klingon Day of Honor arrives, B'Elanna is reluctant to participate. Misery piles upon misery for the Engineer as she is forced to eject Voyagers warp core during an attempt to open up a Borg transwarp conduit. Meanwhile, a species devastated by the Borg in the past demand that Janeway hand over supplies - and Seven of Nine.
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