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Temporal Anomalies, Klingons, AQ Communication, Brain Teasers Abound: The Latest S7 Info

Posted: 16:23:59 on October 02
By: Steve Krutzler
Dept: Voyager

Continuing with our reports on upcoming 'Voyager' episodes, TrekWeb obtained the following information about possible new episode titles and story ideas:

  • "Inner Child" may now be "Lineage".
  • "The Command" is now "Nightingale".
  • "Shattered", as hinted at by startrek.com, whisks Voyager and her crew to different points in her past.
  • Seven may develop a strange connection (isn't that her standard type connection?) with an alien criminal.
  • The generational Klingon ship that's been promised since late summer may appear in a show called "Descendants".
  • Bryan Fuller mentioned possible Alpha Quadrant communication beyond Troi/Barclay in his recent TrekWeb Chat, and this may come true when short-lived contact draws Tuvok into helping his daughter solve a crime.
  • The final season wouldn't be a "Temple" without a foray into holographic misadventure, and Tom's latest program poses serious logical quandaries for the ship's resident Vulcan.
  • Comedy could be in store when Voyager has to masquerade in a strange space-travelling circus.
  • And finally, the long-rumored follow-up to "Dragon's Teeth" may be dead, while the two-seasons-old "Eye in the Sky" -- involving the discovery of a telescope and invasion aimed at Earth -- and Janeway storytelling -- involving the captain telling tales for her life -- ideas may have new life.

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