Star Trek: Voyager (VOY) focuses on the 24th century adventures of Captain Kathryn Janeway aboard the U.S.S. Voyager. Smaller than either Kirk's or Picard's starships—its crew complement is only 150—Voyager is fast and powerful, and has the ability to land on a planet's surface. It is one of the most technologically advanced vessels in Starfleet, utilizing computer circuitry that incorporates synthetic neural tissue. Ironically, Janeway's inaugural mission aboard Voyager was to be her last in the Alpha quadrant. While attempting to capture the crew of a renegade Maquis vessel, both her ship and that of the Maquis were pulled into the distant Delta quadrant by powerful alien technology. Unfortunately, there would be no similar "express" route to take them home again. Stranded 70,000 light-years from Earth, Janeway convinced the Maquis to join her Starfleet crew and serve together during the long voyage back to Federation space.
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“Endgame” is the series finale of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: Voyager, episodes 25 and 26 of the seventh season and 171 and 172 in the overall series. It was originally shown May 23, 2001, on the UPN network as a double-length episode and later presented as such in DVD collections, but it is shown in syndicated broadcasts as a two-part story.
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In the Star Trek franchise, a classic story plot-line is that characters from the future alter the past to change the future, as seen in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home or “Yesterday's Enterprise”. Within the Voyager series, an episode like “Timeless” also follows this narrative. This can create significant screen time of events that are destroyed as the past is altered. A review of some of the contents of a partially explored timeline before it is reduced to a seven-year journey by Admiral Janeway: The final episode also includes the birth of Miral, daughter of helmsman Tom Paris and Chief Engineer B’Elanna Torres. It is unclear whether Miral is born in the Delta quadrant, inside the trans warp conduit, or as Voyager reenters Earth's solar system. The sounds of the baby’s gurgling are heard over the communications system, to the joy of all the crew. In the alternate future, she is an ensign on a classified mission to obtain a chrono deflector for Admiral Janeway. She threatens two Klingons who accused the Admiral of disrespect with the breaking of their arms. Janeway suggested she spend some time with her parents at the reunion on Earth. Commander Chakotay and Seven of Nine are revealed to have started dating. Though Seven is at first wary of the relationship, and more so after Admiral Janeway tells her of her own death, Chakotay persuades her that he wants to be with her, even if it's uncertain how long they will be together; however, Janeway's older self suggests that Seven and Chakotay will eventually be married. In the alternative future, Seven died on the trip home and it is implied that Chakotay never recovers from the trauma of her death. In one night time scene, Janeway is standing alone in the moonlight with a Bay wind blowing leaves on a flat grave marker inside San Francisco National Cemetery. She stoops to wipe the leaves away; the marker simply reads: Chakotay 2329 - 2394. Tuvok is suffering from a degenerative brain disease, yet does not tell the Captain as the only cure is a mind-meld with a family member—logically, he does not want to distract the Captain. In Admiral Janeway's future, the disease has progressed too far to be cured and he is in a mental institution. The Doctor's “name” saga is finally concluded in the first few minutes of the show, where in the future he is seen confessing that he has finally decided, after thirty-three years, to call himself Joe after his new wife Lana's grandfather. The two married in 2404, two weeks before the tenth anniversary of the return of the USS Voyager. This revelation takes place in an alternate future, one in which the Voyager crew does not ultimately end up. Tom Paris expressed a lack of amusement at this, saying "it took you thirty-three years to come up with “Joe”?" Lana was played by Amy Lindsay. Harry Kim is the captain of the USS Rhode Island. He goes to stop Admiral Janeway from going back in time, but he ultimately decides to help his old friend in her cause. In the present timeline, young Ensign Kim is anxious to pursue what is inside the nebula. An amused Captain Janeway tells him “you may be the captain some day, but not today.” In the alternate future, Admiral Janeway reminds Captain Kim of the time when he was still an Ensign on Voyager that he wanted to enter the Borg-infested nebula because of the promise of a way home it held, and he reminds her that she stopped him. As a result, USS Voyager's return journey back to the Alpha Quadrant takes 23 years. Janeway says that she now regrets that decision, given what happened later on, and if she knew then that these things would happen she would have indeed taken the risk. Naomi Wildman has a young daughter named Sabrina in the alternate timeline with whom Harry Kim has a brief chat at the reunion. When the Star Trek films continued after Nemesis, this plot device is again used and those events take place in what has been called the Kelvin timeline. (see also reboot)
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