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Human Error

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Title :
Human Error
Series :
Voyager
Rating :
2
Disc No :
Episode :
164
First Aired :
7 Mar 2001
Stardate :
Unknown
Director :
Year :
Writers :
Season :
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YATI :
Seven of nine has been through some very emotional moments in the last few years - "Infinite Regress" springs to mind. Yet strangely, this anti-emotion fail safe has never manifested itself before. Also, the supposedly vegetarian Chakotay is offered rack of Lamb to eat in this episode and makes no objection. True it's only a holo-Chakotay, but if everything else about him is so realistic why not a simple fact like this?
Great Moment :
The 'hair scene' between Seven and B'Elanna.
Body Count :
Zero.
Factoid :
The teaser for this episode is only 44 seconds long, one of the shortest Voyager teasers ever.

Plotline

Voyager must pass through an area of space which is being used as a firing range by an alien species, dodging devastating subspace warheads all the way. Unfortunately, Seven of Nine chooses this time to become distracted by some holodeck simulations she is running in order to explore the concepts of friendship and romance.
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