Voyager is sought after by the Hazari, unyielding bounty hunters of the delta-quadrant. While debating methods of escape, a group of problem-solvers offers their services in out-witting the... See full summary »

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Voyager is sought after by the Hazari, unyielding bounty hunters of the delta-quadrant. While debating methods of escape, a group of problem-solvers offers their services in out-witting the Hazari. The group spokesman Kurros (guest star Jason Alexander) proposes a payment method to Janeway: one of Neelix's famed recipes, an artifact owned by Chakotay, and Seven of Nine herself. Written by Meribor

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This takes place in 2375. See more »

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Captain Kathryn Janeway: If you can't solve a puzzle, cheat. If you can't out-think a think tank, don't try.
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Referenced in Star Trek: Voyager: Flesh and Blood (2000) See more »

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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Voyager is screwed and there is no escape...right?
28 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Voyager is attacked by the Hazari--bounty hunters who are a very formidable and who will most likely capture the ship sooner or later. Almost as if by miracle, the Captain is contacted by a being named Kurros (Jason Alexander) who offers to intervene and spare the ship...for a price. It seems that Kurros and his friends on his ship are a think tank--rather amoral beings who will do things to help various species if they are willing to meet their demands. In this case, they want a few things that seem trivial*--as well as Seven of Nine! It's not selling into slavery, exactly--they want to make her a part of their group. But there is definitely an interesting hidden agenda.

I liked the twist--even though I had anticipated it in this one. The show also ends extremely well and is quite satisfying. My only complaint is a minor one, as the speaking style of Alexander's character was mildly annoying.


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