Star Trek: Voyager: Season 3, Episode 9

Future's End: Part 2 (13 Nov. 1996)

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Henry Starling, who made a fortune from his looting of 29th century technology from the crashed timeship, is planning a foray into the future to feed his greed. The Voyager crew must find a... See full summary »



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Henry Starling, who made a fortune from his looting of 29th century technology from the crashed timeship, is planning a foray into the future to feed his greed. The Voyager crew must find a way to stop Starling before his attempted use of the timeship destroys Earth's Solar System. Meanwhile, while trying to rescue Paris and Tuvok, Torres and Chakotay are captured by an anti-government white supremacist militia who believe that they are feds. Written by Anonymous

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This takes place in 1996 and 2373. See more »


The logo for Starling's company at the top of his building is spelled "Chronowerx" with a stylized oversized "X" at the end, but when we see the name of the company in Starling's lab, it's spelled "Chronowerks". See more »


The Doctor: If my history is accurate, Southern California in the late 20th century had no shortage of psychotherapists, competent and otherwise. I suggest you find one.
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References Mission: Impossible (1966) See more »


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Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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This second part of a two-part story was a lot of fun. As it opened it appeared that Starling had the upper hand; he has the Doctor and a lot of Voyager's computer files and Voyager is still not fully functional. Luckily Tom, Tuvok and Dr.Rain Robinson manage to contact Voyager and hatch a scheme to capture Starling. This works but in the process the shuttle transporting him from the surface is damaged and crashes in Arizona amongst some paranoid individuals who believe Chakotay and B'Elanna are working for the 'evil federal government'. Starling's henchman helps him beam off Voyager so it is up to Tom and Dr. Robinson to prevent him from launching the time ship… assuming the ship is in the lorry they are following and it isn't all a trick so he can launch from his building.

There were plenty of nice touches in this episode; first and foremost the Doctor gets a 29th Century mobile holographic emitter that enables to go where he wants and means that in future episodes he won't be tied to sickbay and the holodecks, we also learn that computer technology and the internet are all based on technology that Starling extracted from the timeship. It was rather a shame in the end that Dr. Robinson didn't get to go up to Voyager and see the rings of Saturn close up but I think this was probably the right thing; it isn't always good to give the audience what they want.

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