An alien woman requests asylum aboard Voyager, stating she has been aboard recently and she and Chakotay fell in love. She claims her race wants to keep themselves concealed from other ... See full summary »

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An alien woman requests asylum aboard Voyager, stating she has been aboard recently and she and Chakotay fell in love. She claims her race wants to keep themselves concealed from other races and have ways to forget contact with her species. Once an agent charged with returning fugitives to her homeworld, she is now being hunted by her former colleagues for revealing her race's secrets. Written by Anonymous

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Directed by Andrew Robinson who played Garak on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993). See more »

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Whilst examining Kellin in Sickbay, the Doctor visually diagnoses a "tibular fracture". The two bones in the lower leg are the tibia and the fibula. Any injury would therefore be either a "tibia fracture" or a "fibular fracture". There is no such thing as a "tibular fracture". See more »

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Chakotay: [after upsetting Kellin] Is there anything I can do for you?
Kellin: Can I have your pudding?
Chakotay: [chuckles] Gladly.
Kellin: Then you're forgiven.
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References Logan's Run (1976) See more »

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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Virginia Madsen appears as an alien whose biochemistry renders her instantly forgettable by anyone she meets
26 March 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Not the best Voyager episode ever produced. Cmmdr. Chakotay falls in love with an alien (Virginia Madsen) who possesses a unique physiology

  • her pheromones wipe all memory of her presence from the mind of


anyone she meets within twenty-four hours. "When you live a covert existence, you develop technology to enhance it." This episode is over-sentimental, even by Star Trek standards, however the acting standards and other production values are typically high. There's not much in the way of action, the entire episode revolves around Kellin (Virginia Madsen) trying to get Chakotay to fall in love with her after he has already done so once and then forgotten all about it. One wonders why she bothered.


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