Voyager finds a colony of Talaxians far from their home planet. When Neelix begins to bond with them he makes a major decision.

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Voyager finds a colony of Talaxians far from their home planet. When Neelix begins to bond with them he makes a major decision.

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The working title of this episode was "Destiny". However, this title was already taken by DS9: "Destiny". See more »

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At the beginning of the episode, the crew observes the 315th anniversary of First Contact Day, which is established in Star Trek: First Contact as having taken place on April 5, 2063. That would mean this episode takes place on April 5, 2378. However, the stardate later given in Captain Janeway's log, 54868.6, suggests that the episode actually takes place on November 12, 2377. (See Trivia Section for Star Trek: The Next Generation on how this was calculated.) See more »

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B'Elanna Torres: [helping herself to a handful of cheese pierogi] Now, these are delicious!
Harry Kim: Uh, leave some for the rest of us.
B'Elanna Torres: Hey, I'm eating for two.
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References Star Trek: First Contact (1996) See more »

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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Excellent Neelix episode
22 April 2010 | by (Seattle) – See all my reviews

For some reason, I had never seen this episode before today. I thought it was very well written, acted, directed, and Ethan's performance was typically top notch! There was some good humor, suspense, excitement, and yes, a very touching send off for the character Neelix.

Naomi Wildman also adds to this one, as well as Tuvok, who is particularly caring when it comes to the character Neelix and the tough choices he has to make.

One reviewer complained "(this episode states) you're only happy with your own race." What an idiotic thing to say. He found a family with his same SPECIES which is a helluva lot deeper than just "race". Neelix really got to shine in this episode, and again, I found it a touching goodbye.


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