Ensign Kim wakes up to find himself in San Fransisco. Not only is he him, but it also appears as if he has never served on board Voyager. Instead he is engaged to his girlfriend Libby and about to unveil a new design for a Starfleet runabout. Since he doesn't remember anything about the design, he complains of feeling ill and takes his leave the meeting. After accessing the Starfleet database about Voyager, Kim goes to Marseilles to ask Tom Paris, who also apparently did not join the Voyager crew, for his help. Paris refuses, and when Kim returns home, he is questioned by Starfleet for his unauthorized look at Starfleet's records of Voyager. Kim finds out from Cosimo, an alien supposed to look after him, that his shuttle craft intersected a time stream that caused him to switch into a reality of his life had he never joined the Voyager crew. Warning that there was no certain way to get home, Cosimo tells Kim on the coordinates at which he could intersect the time stream again and ...
Did You Know?
Although Harry Kim has been established as living in the Mission District of San Francisco by the banners on the street outside, the view from his apartment window shows him living in the Telegraph Hill neighborhood. This district is close to the Transamerican Pyramid Building which is often blocked by the downtown skyscrapers when seen from the Mission District. Also, he only climbs down 4 stories using the fire escape while the window view shows the apartment nearly 3/4 the height of this skyscraper. See more
When Harry tells the Admiral he is sick, Admiral Strickler tells him he will be back in three weeks, because he is going to the cardassian border. However, later this episode Harry needs to justify himself of breaking into Voyagers computer, he does that in font of Admiral Strickler. See more
Captain Kathryn Janeway
Voyager to shuttlecraft Drake. Prepare for emergency transport. Mr. Kim, can you hear me? We're attempting to lock on to you. Harry?...
Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway See more