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Star Trek: Voyager

Hope and Fear (Season 4, Episode 26)
TV-PG
TV Episode | 45 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

After a Starfleet rescue ship, the Dauntless, is located, an alien visitor interprets a damaged data stream from Starfleet Command. The ship features a novel "slipstream" drive that offers quick trip home to earth. After her initial ...See moreAfter a Starfleet rescue ship, the Dauntless, is located, an alien visitor interprets a damaged data stream from Starfleet Command. The ship features a novel "slipstream" drive that offers quick trip home to earth. After her initial delight is tempered by suspicion and Seven of Nine proposes to remain in the Delta Quadrant Captain Janeway re-interprets the message and accosts the alien whom takes her and Seven-of-Nine away on the Dauntless. He reveals that her assistance to the Borg against Species 8472 led to Borg domination of a large portion of the Delta Quadrant and he intends to make her pay by returning to his home world inside Borg space. Faced with the real possibility of rejoining the collective, Seven-of-Nine reconsiders and agrees to help Janeway by allowing her to reconfigure her implants to penetrate the force field within which they are imprisoned. Seven-of-Nine admits that her desire to remain in the Delta Quadrant was based on fear of joining human society and slows the Dauntless to a speed that Voyager, using a modification of the slipstream drive, can match. When the alien destroys the vessel's navigational system to force a return to Borg space, Voyager beams Janeway and Seven back, leaving the alien to be assimilated by the Borg. Written by Robert Seidel See less
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Writers
Gene Roddenberry (based upon "Star Trek" created by) | Rick Berman (created by) (story by) | Michael Piller (created by) | Jeri Taylor (created by) & 2 more
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Updated May 20, 1998

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May 20, 1998 (United States)

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Kate Mulgrew
Captain Kathryn Janeway Captain Kathryn Janeway   See fewer
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Robert Beltran
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Roxann Dawson
B'Elanna Torres B'Elanna Torres   See fewer
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Robert Duncan McNeill
Tom Paris Tom Paris   See fewer
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Robert Picardo
The Doctor The Doctor   See fewer
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Tim Russ
Tuvok Tuvok   See fewer
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Jeri Ryan
Seven of Nine Seven of Nine   See fewer
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Garrett Wang
Harry Kim Harry Kim   See fewer
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Ray Wise
Arturis Arturis   See fewer
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Jack Shearer
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Majel Barrett
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Elle Alexander
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Terrence Beasor
Borg (voice) (uncredited) Borg (voice) (uncredited)   See fewer
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Tarik Ergin
Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited) Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)   See fewer
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8.2 / 10 | 980 votes