Nitpick: Admiral Janeway says there is nothing in the Alpha Quadrant but exit aperture. However, on the map seen just a moment ago, it appears there IS a hub in the Alpha Quadrant. In addition, it is odd that the Borg never used this in their attempts to invade Earth.
Trivia: The last line of the finale is identical to the last line in the pilot episode, "Caretaker".
Trivia: Seven Of Nine states that there are only six transwarp hubs in the entire galaxy. Yet later, when she is in the Astrometrics Lab showing Janeway(s) and Chakotay the hubs, only four are shown.
Trivia: The picture of the crew that Admiral Janeway puts on Tuvok's mantle is a commonly used publicity photo of the Star Trek: Voyager cast.
Trivia: The design for the future uniforms and communicators used in this episode are the same ones used in Star Trek: The Next Generation's series finale.
Nitpick: In the first season episode "Eye Of The Needle", the crew decided that they couldn't go back in time to stop themselves leaving on the mission that brought them to the Delta Quadrant, because of the effect they've had on the people there (such as saving Kes etc). Yet here, they decided to do exactly that (altering the history of countless races that Voyager would come into contact with over the next 16 years) just to get home.
The aria sung by the Doctor at the beginning is "Questi Quella" from Verdi's Rigoletto opera.
Niptick: The Doctor activates his ECH routines without a clearance code. As established in "Workforce", a clearance code is required to activate the ECH routines.
Nitpick: The bag that Chakotay and Seven beamed out with was apparently empty, because when Seven opened it, she didn't take anything out, but did put a sizeable chunk of shuttle debris into it.
Nitpick: When Seven and Chakotay beam off the shuttle, they both have tricorders, and Chakotay has a bag. Yet they apparently didn't have phasers or a medkit. That equipment would typically be included when they grabbed the rest.
Nitpick: At the start of the episode, the shot of Friendship One shows the Starfleet "Alpha" logo that is currently worn on all comm badges. However, this emblem was not standardized in Starfleet until after Kirk's five-year mission, which was well after the probe's launch date of 2067.
Nitpick: After running the Photons Be Free program, Janeway orders the Doctor to her ready room, yet the next scene takes place in the briefing room.
Nitpick: Admiral Paris says in the communication with Voyager that it is cold and raining in San Francisco, yet the live image of Earth displayed only moment later shows very little cloud cover over that area. Indeed, Barclay even acknowledges that there is little cloud over North America.
Trivia: Icheb is exposed to Omicron particles. In real life, omicron is the 15th letter of the Greek alphabet. It means micron, small, in contrast to omega.
Nitpick: During her holodeck simulations, Seven shares rack of lamb and roast chicken with Chakotay, apparently forgetting that Chakotay is a vegetarian. She must've taken creative license when creating her simulation of Chakotay.
Nitpick: Despite Voyager's shields being raised, Seven uses the transporter to beam away the warhead's detonator.
Trivia: A pleenok is a toy that Vulcans use to train infants in primary logic.
Trivia: The piece that Seven plays in the opening sequence is the Nocturne No 19 in E Minor op. 72 by Frederic Chopin.
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