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Future's End: Part 2 

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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47-references: the designation of Starling's satellite is SATCOM 47. And Starling's penetration point to enter the temporal rift is at coordinates 9-6 mark 0-4-7. See more »

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In Star Trek: Voyager: Future's End: Part 1, when Braxton is fleeing from the cops and Janeway and Chakotay walk off shortly after, Braxton's schematics of his time-traveling technology are clearly left behind on the wrecked car. In the beginning of Part II, when the Voyager crew discusses their situation on board Voyager, Ensign Kim suddenly has the schematics available. However, we don't know what happened after Janeway and Chakotay left the scene. It is likely that they remembered the schematics minutes later and came back to get them, off-screen. See more »

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Rain Robinson: Sometimes I think you're... the smartest man I've ever met. All this running around you do, your mission... You're so dedicated, you know, like you care about something more than just your own... little life.
Lieutenant Tom Paris: Is that so unusual?
Rain Robinson: Yeah.
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References Mission: Impossible (1966) See more »

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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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An excellent conclusion to an excellent story.
17 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is the second part of a two-part time travel episode. Despite the concept of Trek crew going back to 20th century Earth has been overused, the excellent writing, excitement and nice characters make this one worth seeing.

In part one, Voyager is sent back, inadvertently, to 20th century Earth. They soon realize that a megalomaniac named Starling (Ed Begley Jr.) is going to destroy the solar system in the 29th century. When they warn him, Starling seems indifferent--he just cares about himself and becoming rich off stealing future technology.

Part two begins with Starling in custody and the away team looking for Starling's space craft which he intends to use to travel to the future. However, using 29th century technology that he stole, Starling escapes and there is a race to stop this giant butt from destroying everything.

Like the other episode, this one is well made and clever...and well worth seeing.


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