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Star Trek: Voyager: The Killing Game (I)

Stardate: Unknown The Hirogen take over Voyager, implant neural implant into the crew, and then use them in WWII battle simulations, where the Voyager crew act as the Allied force and the Hirogens act as the German force. The Doctor is forced to treat the wounded crew, in order to keep the Hirogen prey alive. However, when Seven is wounded, the Doctor uses her Borg implants to alert her to the real situation going on.

Seven, now aware of the Hirogen presence, must work to defeat them, while the other Voyager crew are convinced the conflict is real. Seven must do this without making the crew suspicious about her actions, as they may see her as a traitor.

Episode Info
Episode number: 4x18
Production Number: 186
Airdate: Wednesday March 04th, 1998

Alternate Airdates:

Ireland Aug 17, 1998
United Kingdom Aug 17, 1998

Guest Stars
Danny GoldringDanny Goldring
As Alpha Hirogen
J. Paul BoehmerJ. Paul Boehmer
As Kapitan
Mark DeakinsMark Deakins
As Hirogen SS Officer
Mark MetcalfMark Metcalf
As Hirogen Medic
Paul EcksteinPaul Eckstein
As Young Hirogen
Peter HendrixsonPeter Hendrixson
As Klingon
Main Cast
Kate MulgrewKate Mulgrew
As Captain Kathryn Janeway
Robert BeltranRobert Beltran
As Commander Chakotay
Roxann DawsonRoxann Dawson
As Lt. B'Elanna Torres
Robert Duncan McNeillRobert Duncan McNeill
As Lieutenant/Ensign Thomas Eugene "Tom" Paris
Robert PicardoRobert Picardo
As The Doctor
Tim RussTim Russ
As Lieutenant/Lt. Commander Tuvok
Jeri RyanJeri Ryan
As Seven Of Nine
Garrett WangGarrett Wang
As Ensign Harry Kim
Episode Quotes
Seven: (to Captain Janeway) When the Americans arrive and the fighting begins, I don't intend to be standing next to a piano singing Moonlight Becomes You.

Tuvok: Straight from Allied High Command.
Neelix: It must be important.
Tuvok: All messages regarding the war are important. It's only a matter of degree.
Neelix: I suppose you're right, but do you have to be so...logical about everything?
Tuvok: In any covert battle, logic is a potent weapon. You might try it sometime.

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