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Think Tank

Review

Series : Voyager Rating : 3
Disc No : 5.5 Episode : 114
First Aired : 31 Mar 1999 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Terrence O'Hara Year : 2375
Writers : Brannon Braga, Rick Berman Season : 5
Guest Cast :
Christopher Darga as Y'Sek
Christopher Shea as Saowin
Jason Alexander as Kurros
Steven Rankin as Fennim
YATI : When Voyager discovers bio readings in the messages sent to the Hazari, they image these in an attempt to find out who is after them. However, these readings also seem to contain information about clothing, thankfully.
Great Moment : The expression on the face of Kurros when he realises he's been outwitted
Body Count : Zero
Factoid : Jason Alexander, who plays Kurros in this episode, provides the voice for Catbert in the Dilbert cartoons, and plays George in Seinfeld.
Quote : "Acquiring knowledge is a worthy objective. But its pursuit has obviously not elevated you." - Seven of Nine to Kurros; on his dubious principals

Plotline

When Voyager is persued by the relentless bounty hunters known as the Hazari, a strange group of aliens who specialize in probelm solving offer to help. But the aliens always demand something unique as a price - and this time they want Seven of Nine.


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