Star Trek: Voyager

Season 5 Episode 9

Thirty Days

4
Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Dec 09, 1998 on UPN

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  • Trivia

    • Goof: When the three ships attack, Janeway calls for Red Alert. but the lights on the bridge go to Blue Alert.

    • Nitpick: Kim says he will attempt to upload the interface, but since he is receiving data the correct term would be download.

    • Goof: Tom Paris has blue eyes, but young Tom Paris shown in this episode (around 8 years old) to have brown/black eyes.

    • Trivia: At the beginning of the episode, Janeway says to Paris, "Lieutenant Thomas Eugene Paris I hereby reduce you to the rank of Ensign, and I sentence you to thirty days solitary confinement." However, in Tom's dream, Janeway says: "and I sentence you to thirty years solitary confinement."

  • Quotes

    • Paris: Do the words 'cruel and unusual' mean anything to her? I'm telling you, Neelix, the inmates are getting restless. She's going to have a full-blown prison riot on her hands.

    • Paris: (after The Doctor treats his head injury) That's it? Aren't you going to run a neurological scan? Maybe I should be granted a medical reprieve.
      The Doctor: Your injury was what Naomi Wildman refers to as a 'boo-boo.'

    • Kim: What are you going to do, delete the letter? That would be pointless.
      Paris: At least I'm consistent.

    • (Tom asks everybody in the Delta Flier to stay and do repair work)
      Paris: What about you two?
      Riga: I'll stay.
      Paris: Seven?
      Seven: It is in my nature to comply with the collective.

    • Paris: You always go after the ones you can't have. What was it? First it was a hologram, then a Borg, and now the wrong twin.
      Kim: At least I'm consistent.

    • Seven: An efficient design.
      Kim: That means she's impressed.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Paris: When I saw that ocean today it reminded me of the first time I read Jules Verne.
      Janeway: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

      Referencing Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (pub. 1870). The novel follows Captain Nemo and the undersea adventures of he and his crew aboard the Nautilus.

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