In Seven's assessment of ship-wide efficiency, she brings to the Captain's attention three 'black sheep' crewmen who have slipped through the cracks. Mortimer Harren (Jay Underwood) the ... See full summary »

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In Seven's assessment of ship-wide efficiency, she brings to the Captain's attention three 'black sheep' crewmen who have slipped through the cracks. Mortimer Harren (Jay Underwood) the overly-qualified underly-enthused engineer, Tal Celes has no confidence in herself and doesn't inspire it in others, and William Telfer the resident hypochondriac. Seeking to guide her strays back to the flock, Janeway orders them all to join her on an away mission to a class 'T' nebula in the Delta Flyer. Anxiety strikes when the know-it-all Harren gets sensor data very wrong, Tal is so worried about being wrong she can't get anything right, and an intrusive alien gives Telfer his first real medical emergency. Written by Meribor

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The story of the Good Shepherd and the lost sheep that the characters recite, is paraphrased from the Gospel of Matthew 18:12-14 and the Gospel of Luke 15:3-7 in the Christian New Testament. See more »

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In broadcast versions of the opening credits, Steve Bacic is listed instead of Michael Reisz. See more »

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B'Elanna Torres: [about Seven] What's our Borg Queen want now?
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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Leftovers
1 October 2015 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

In and of itself, this would be a good episode. Unfortunately, it contains so many elements of previous episodes that it feels like Leftover Night. We have a regular character taking charge of three less-than-stellar crewmen (see also "Learning Curve", Season 1) and we have the crew mutinying rather than let the captain sacrifice herself (see also "Night", Season 5). We even have Seven doing unwanted and unauthorized studies of the crew that lead to friction among the regular characters (see also Seven's study of Tom and B'Lanna's relationship, "Someone to Watch Over Me", season 5).

All in all, it's an okay way to pass an hour, but I think this is the point where we first saw that the series was running out of stories to tell.


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