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Series : Voyager Rating : 4
Disc No : 5.6 Episode : 118
First Aired : 12 May 1999 Stardate : 52861.274
Director : Allan Eastman Year : 2375
Writers : Nick Sagan Season : 5
Guest Cast :
Bruce McGill as Captain Braxton
Dakin Matthews as Admiral Patterson
Jay Karnes as Lieutenant Ducane
Josh Clark as Lieutenant Joe Carey
YATI : The EMH has previously claimed that he was first activated at the start of Voyager's first season, however, here we see him activated in space dock prior to it's initial launch.
Great Moment : The destruction of Voyager.
Body Count : Zero
Factoid : Writer Nick Sagan is the son of the late Carl Sagan, astronomer, planetary scientist and author.

Plotline

Seven of Nine is recruited by a 29th century agency who is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the Federations much-abused timeline. It seems that somebody has used a temporal weapon to destroy USS Voyager, and to fix the problem Seven must visit Janeway's first day on board.
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