|Disc No :
|First Aired :
||4 May 1999
||Brannon Braga, Joe Menosky
|Guest Cast :
|Guest Reviews :
||Janeway's claim that Shannon O'Donnell was her main influence on her choice of career is a contradiction of previous episodes.
|Great Moment :
||Shannon O'Donnell dreaming of the first moon landing. It's nice to see them tip the hat to the first real astronauts.
|Body Count :
||Janeway's view of history.
||11:59 is only one of two Star Trek episodes without any letters in it's title. Do you know what the other one is, and no I'm not counting "One".
||"...and the Y2K bug didn't turn off a single light bulb." - Janeway. Given this was filmed in 1999 this was a brave outlook that turned out to be mostly true.
When some of Voyagers crew go through a history fad, Janeway relates the tale of an ancestor who was a pivotal figure in the development of the Millennium Gate, a self sustaining city built on Earth in 2001. However, her research shows that she may have viewed her ancestor through rose tinted glasses.