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11 Nov 1998
When the flyer sends it's distress call to Voyager they clearly say the impulse engines are down. However, when Voyager arrives at the planet they follow the impulse wake to find the crash site.
In early TNG, every time somebody went into the Holodecks for the first time they were awed by how amazing it was, commenting that they had never seen anything like it before. In "Encounter at Farpoint", Data even had to explain to Riker how a holodeck worked, with Riker stating that he had no idea such simulations could be so realistic. In "We'll Always Have Paris", Jenice couldn't even understand how recreating the Cafe des Artistes on the Enterprise-D was possible. It is heavily implied that holodeck technology is something new, or at least no more than a few years old. Yet now we find that not only have Holodecks have been in use since Janeway was a child, but that their use as a plaything for children was common even then.
Great Moment :
The whole Flotter idea is a fantastic use for the holodeck. Imagine growing up as a child with such a toy to play with!
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Scarlett Pomers is the second person to play Naomi Wildman. She was originally played by Brooke Stephens.
Naomi Wildman is growing up a happy and contented child on Voyager - until her mother is trapped when the Delta Flyer crashes on a hostile planet while on a scouting mission. It falls to Neelix to care for his Godchild while Voyager races to save her mothers life.