Star Trek: Voyager

UPN (ended 2001)




  • Season 4 Episode 22: Unforgettable

  • Goof: After Kellin is shot by the tracer's weapon toward the end of the episode, she is shown lying on the bio bed in Sickbay. The strange thing is that she is lying in the opposite direction from everyone else who has lain on that bed before her (i.e. her head is where her feet should be and vice versa.)

  • Nitpick: Kellin claims that any member of a species different from hers will lose all memory of their encounter in just a couple of hours. If that is true the crew of Voyager would forget about her every time they wake up after eight hours sleep.

  • Season 4 Episode 21: The Omega Directive

  • Nitpick: Before Janeway beams down as part of the rescue party, she tells Chakotay that she'll maintain an open com link with the ship. Yet on the surface, she engages her com badge to open a link to order the transport of two survivors to sickbay.

  • Trivia: Janeway mentions Marcus, who developed the Genesis Device. This directly references Dr. Carol Marcus and the events of Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan.

  • Trivia: Omega is Greek for "the end", a fitting name for a particle possessing such destructive potential. As well, omega particles are prominently studied in particle and quantum physics.

  • Goof: Seven of Nine gives the wrong stardate in her log entry - she states that it is stardate 15781.2.

  • Nitpick: Janeway states that Starfleet scientists believed that the Omega molecule existed during the Big Bang. During the Big Bang temperatures were so high that atoms could not form, let alone molecules. It took thousands of years for subatomic particles to finally coalesce.

  • Nitpick: Chakotay tells Paris that they will need maximum warp as soon as the Omega Molecules are destroyed in space. However, after engaging the engines, Paris announces that they are travelling at warp one.

  • Season 4 Episode 20: Vis à Vis

  • Nitpick: Steth (in Paris' body)orders alcoholic drinks from the replicator. But a Starfleet replicator would not give alcoholic drinks. It would give Syntheholic drinks.

  • Nitpick: When Paris reports to Command in his coverall, he still has engine grease smeared on his face. Unless Paris was so into making his experience "real" that he painted his face with actual grease, it should have left his face upon leaving the holodeck.

  • Nitpick: The Doctor appears in the holodeck by mean of the holoemitters. When he leaves, though, he uses the door (not seen, although the door opening sound is heard); it is not possible for him to leave the holodeck that way because he doesn't have the mobile emitter.

  • Nitpick: When The Doctor takes out his tricorder and scans the car that Tom is working on, he begins describing it as if it were real. However, The Doctor's tricorder should only be picking up photonic energy as the car, along with everything else in the holodeck (bar Tom Paris) is a holographic recreation.

  • Goof: Kim mentions a game against Ensign Kaplan, but she died in the season 3 episode "Unity".

  • Season 4 Episode 19: The Killing Game (2)

  • Nitpick: During the final battle on the holodeck, the crew throws a grenade that will immediately deactivate all nearby holographic simulations. When the grenade goes off though, only the holographic soldiers are affected. Almost everything in this scene (buildings, the street itself, etc.) is a holographic simulation and should have vanished as well.

  • Goof: When Janeway tricks the Hirogen into going into the corridor, the Holo-emitters are damaged, and the rifle in his hands disappears. Yet after that we see Janeway pick up a rifle even though she is farther into the area without the emitters.

  • Nitpick: When the holo-emitters are all overloaded, the holographic characters vanish, but the environment remains - it should also have disappeared.

  • Trivia: According to this episode, blood-wine is twice as strong as whiskey.

  • Goof: When Janeway is shot in the leg by a Hirogen, she clamps her hand over the wound but when she takes her hand away from it there is no blood what-so-ever.

  • Season 4 Episode 18: The Killing Game (1)

  • In this episode, Janeway, Tuvok, Seven of Nine, Neelix and Torres all portray affiliates of the French Resistance. Ironically, this same resistance group was the origin of the name for the anti-Cardassian organization, The Maquis.

  • Nitpick: Seven of Nine was shot while attempting to throw the modified grenade. At the end, however, she is standing with the crew as though nothing happened. The previous injuries didn't go away once they were removed from the holo-deck, so there is no reason why she should be uninjured after the holo-deck was turned off. It's possible her Borg nano-probes were able to speed her recovery, but it seems unlikely that they would have done so this quickly.

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