The Delta Flyer crash lands after encountering an ion storm. Voyager desperately tries to contact and rescue Tuvok, Paris, and a badly injured Ensign Samantha Wildman. Meanwhile aboard ship... See full summary »

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The Delta Flyer crash lands after encountering an ion storm. Voyager desperately tries to contact and rescue Tuvok, Paris, and a badly injured Ensign Samantha Wildman. Meanwhile aboard ship, Neelix attempts to distract young Naomi Wildman, who is eager to hear from her mother. Finding out the truth, Naomi escapes into a popular children's holo-novel. Written by Meribor

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Harry Kim, Samantha Wildman, and Captain Janeway mention that they thoroughly enjoyed the Flotter "holostories" when they were children, with Janeway claiming to have flooded the entire Forest of Forever when she was six. This suggests that some form of holographic technology was in use as a recreational device for children long before holodecks were in use on starships. See more »

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In the teaser, the boom mic appears as Naomi explains to Trevis what it's like to be an explorer. See more »

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Tom Paris: The Flyer has landed.
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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Weak.
25 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Little Naomi Wildman has grown and spends quite a bit of this episode in some holo deck children's story interacting with some characters that are annoying but which have really good costumes/make-up. Throughout the show, her godfather Neelix spends a lot of time with her--in and out of the holodeck because her mother has been lost on an away team mission with Tuvok and Paris. Naturally, you KNOW that the last two must survive but whether Ensign Wildman will is uncertain-- especially since she's been injured when the shuttle crashed.

You know that the episode cannot be that good when the big conflict is whether or not Neelix has the guts to tell cute little spiky foreheaded Naomi that her mother is lost. That and the annoying children's book characters make this one a bit tough to take at times. Definitely one of the lesser episodes of season 5--and a bit embarrassing to watch.


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