Star Trek: Voyager/Endgame

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Endgame
Season 7, Episodes 25 & 26
Airdate May 23, 2001
Production Number 40840-271/40840-272
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Teleplay by Kenneth Biller &
Robert Doherty
Story by Rick Berman &
Kenneth Biller &
Brannon Braga
Directed by Allan Kroeker
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Endgame is the twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth episodes of the seventh season of Star Trek: Voyager, and the one hundred seventy-first and one hundred seventy-second episodes overall.

Starring: Kate Mulgrew (Captain Kathryn Janeway)

Also Starring: Robert Beltran (Chakotay), Roxann Dawson (B'Elanna Torres), Robert Duncan McNeill (Tom Paris), Ethan Phillips (Neelix), Robert Picardo (The Doctor), Tim Russ (Tuvok), Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine), Garrett Wang (Harry Kim)

Special Guest Star: Dwight Schultz (Barclay)

Guest Stars: Richard Herd (Admiral Paris), Vaughn Armstrong (Korath), Manu Intiraymi (Icheb), Lisa Locicero (Ensign Miral Paris), Miguel Perez (Physician), Grant Garrison (Cadet)

Special Guest Appearance by: Alice Krige (The Borg Queen)

Co-Stars: Amy Lindsay (Lana), Matthew James Williamson (Klingon), Joey Sakata (Engineering N.D.), Richard Sarstedt (Star Fleet Admiral), Iris Bahr (Female Cadet), Ashley Sierra Hughes (Sabrina), Majel Barrett (Computer Voice)

Contents

Plot Overview

This episode starts with (now) Admiral Janeway almost 30 into the future; the year being 2404. The setting is back on Earth where it is revealed that Voyager had returned home and Starfleet is celebrating the 10 year anniversary of that return. It is stated the trip from the Delta Quadrant took a total of 23 years for Voyager to complete. Janeway is saddened upon reflection, and visiting with her past crew members; and, vows to return to the year 2378 in order to set right the events from the past. Back in the year 2378 the events that are unfolding are displayed: Tom and B'lonna are on the threshold of having their first child, Tuvock experiences difficulity in concentrating on a game of kal-toh, and Seven of Nine plays kadascot over a space web-cam with Neelix while contemplating her new relationship with Chakotay. Suddenly ships sensors detect what could be a worm hole, and the crew snaps to attention as they all man their posts.

The episode continues to unfold, bouncing back and forth between the two time-frames. In the future, Janeway visits Tuvock in a mental hospital, procures medical supplies from the Doctor, (now known as "Joe"), discusses her plans with Barklay, and prepares to steal technology from a Klingon in order to return to 2378. Voyager, explores the possible worm hole, when they run into a sudden appearance of a LOT of Borg. Voyager of 2378 manages to get out of Dodge before being detected (apparently), and heads back to a safer area of space. The 2378 story lines are continued with Tuvock and his medical condition, and Chakotay and Seven's romantic relationship. Meanwhile, the 2404 Admiral Janeway gets herself a ship, a time device, says good bye to her friends, and heads for the past, but ends up being perused by a disgruntled Klingon who wants his time technology back. Meanwhile, back in 2378 the crew discuss the dangers of the Borg, and decide it's not worth the risk of exploring the possible worm hole / trans-warp hub. Suddenly a trans-dimensional of time opens, and a much older Janeway bursts through with the attacking Klingon on her heals. The Voyager crew manages to seal the temporal rift, and all seems to be going as planned, even if the crew are somewhat shocked and skeptical of the new/old Janeway appearance. The first hour, and part 1 of the 2 hour show, closes with the revealing of the Borg queen quietly watching these events unfolding.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

When Seven of Nine is discussing her medical condition, there are references made to events that occured during "Someone to Watch Over Me".

Memorable Moments

  • Voyager deploying advanced shielding
  • Admiral Janeway being assimilated
  • the disclosure that Voyager did eventually make it back to the Alpha Quadrant
  • Tuvok shown as mentally unstable
  • Chakotay's gravestone
  • Harry Kim as a ships captain
  • The Doctor get the name Joe

Quotes

  • Janeway" (to the Borg Queen): Must be something you assimilated.