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Fair Haven 

The crew of Voyager take part in Tom Paris' latest holodeck getaway: Fair Haven, an Irish coastal town of the early 20th century. The program is left open day and night as a morale booster ... See full summary »

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The crew of Voyager take part in Tom Paris' latest holodeck getaway: Fair Haven, an Irish coastal town of the early 20th century. The program is left open day and night as a morale booster while Voyager rides out a nucleogenic wavefront. Janeway gets close with Micheal Sullivan, a pub owner in Fair Haven. She adjusts his appearance, education, interests and personal life ("delete the wife") to make him her perfect guy. After several special days together, Janeway realizes even though her love is real, he is not, and real loves you accept as they are. When Voyager hits a rough patch exiting the wavefront, the program is damaged and Paris and Kim can save 10% but must rebuild the rest over many weeks. Janeway decides to back off of her relationship, and makes the computer prohibit her from making any changes to Sullivan in the future. Written by Meribor

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12 January 2000 (USA)  »

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When discussing the rewriting of the program, Paris and Janeway say it will take six or seven weeks to complete. The follow-up episode "Spirit Folk" originally aired six weeks later. See more »

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Chakotay sees Michael Sullivan after Janeway changed Sullivan's character profile. Chakotay says "I don't think we've met before." Later on the bridge Chakotay mentioned Sullivan being taller than he remembers, which would suggest they have met before. See more »

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Captain Kathryn Janeway: I have an interest in Irish culture.
Chakotay: It's understandable; they've produced great writers for hundreds of years - not to mention great bartenders.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: [smirking slightly embarrassed] He's a hologram.
Chakotay: I couldn't help but notice, he seemed a little taller than the last time I saw him.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Yes, I made a few modifications.
Chakotay: In the interest of Irish culture?
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Exactly.
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Referenced in Star Trek: Voyager: Spirit Folk (2000) See more »

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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
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Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Abysmal
19 April 2010 | by See all my reviews

By far the worst episode of Voyager.

Hopelessly saccharine.

This kind of fantasy about Ireland (the characters' and the writers') is incomprehensible to anyone not from the United States of America and particularly indigestible to those of us who actually know Ireland.

The stereotyping is incredibly ignorant and the clichés come thick and fast.

Diverse characters inexplicably find fascination in the society of a rather dim collection of locals. Why should Captain Janeway - supposedly an intelligent woman - suddenly find the most inane of utterances so amusing?


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