Tuvok crashes on a planet where he finds some children who know that they are all going to die.

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Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)
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Kes
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Corin (as Tahj D. Mowry)
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Ensign Bennet (as Richard Garon)
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Tuvok crashes on a planet where he finds some children who know that they are all going to die.

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The story of an adult who "ungrows" into childhood, infancy, and spontaneous disappearance was used by F. Scott Fitzgerald in the story "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," which later became the basis of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008). See more »

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When Tuvok talks about his lute, he says "It is a five-stringed instrument", although in Star Trek: Voyager: Persistence of Vision, it could be seen to have twelve strings. See more »

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Tressa: I'll really be quiet this time. I won't touch anything.
Lieutenant Tuvok: That would make it difficult for you to assist me with repairs.
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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Mary Poppins he ain't!
15 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I liked this episode, as it gives the viewer a chance to see Tuvok playing mother to a group of children! It's kind of cute.

The show begins with a shuttle crashing onto a moon. The usual 'red shirt' is killed--leaving Tuvok to try to figure a way off the place. However, he's surprised when he discovers several children running about the place. According to the kids, the adults were killed when their shuttle crashed. So, Tuvok tries to work on fixing the ship while trying to ignore the kids--as they annoy him repeatedly. Surprisingly, he seems pretty chill with this--and is a surprisingly nice, albeit Vulcan, surrogate mother. However, soon the kids start disappearing and they say it's some sort of monster that's eating them. What's really happening?! I really don't want to describe the plot any more, as it would reveal the mystery.

Overall, this episode is creative and charming. Even the downbeat ending manages to charm. Well worth seeing.


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