Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 21

The Omega Directive (15 Apr. 1998)

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Voyager's sensor detect a rare particle theoretically capable of damaging subspace and nullifying warp travel. Under a classified directive known only to Starfleet Captains and above, ... See full summary »

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Voyager's sensor detect a rare particle theoretically capable of damaging subspace and nullifying warp travel. Under a classified directive known only to Starfleet Captains and above, Janeway leads Voyager on a mission to destroy all traces of the particle. Seven of Nine is hesitant to destroy the Omega particle, remembering the Borg revered it as the embodiment of perfection. Written by Meribor

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Final (known) appearance of Janeway's DaVinci program. See more »

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If they can beam up the Omega molecule (convert matter to energy and back to matter), could they not simply erase Omega from the transporter buffer instead of re-materializing it in the cargo bay? See more »

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Voyager Computer: 0600 hours. Regeneration cycle complete.
Seven of Nine: Daily log, Seven of Nine, Stardate 15781.2 - Today, Ensign Kim and I will conduct a comprehensive diagnostic of the aft sensor array. I have allocated 3 hours 20 minutes for the task, and an additional 17 minutes for Ensign Kim's usual conversational digressions. I am scheduled to take a nutritional supplement at 1500 hours, engage in one hour of cardiovascular activity. Then I intend to review a text the Doctor recommended, entitled 'A ...
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Odd but not bad.
23 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

"Omega Directive" is an odd episode, as Captain Janeway sure acts strange compared to her usual touch-feely character. When the show begins, Janeway is very secretive about something that's occurred nearby. It soon turns out that the so-called 'omega particle' exists here and this material is considered so destructive and deadly that ALL Starfleet captains have been secretly ordered to destroy it if they encounter it! And, more interesting, they are to ignore the Prime Directive--something you could never see Janeway doing. The problem here is that Janeway needs Seven of Nine's help- -and the Borg see this particle as perfection and the closest thing they know of as a god.

The best thing about this episode is that it's different. It's a bit cerebral but I could accept that. Worth your time.


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