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Meanwhile, once ''Voyager'' and the other [[Project Full Circle]] fleet vessels conclude their business with the [[Indign]], they receive another visit from [[Neelix]] who returns the shuttle stolen by the "possessed" holoprogram [[Meegan McDonnell]]. Captain [[Afsarah Eden]] seeks out the help of Counselor [[Hugh Cambridge]] in the developing mystery of her origins when a gift from an alien race elicits more questions. [[B'Elanna Torres]] settles into her new role as fleet engineer while butting heads with Commander [[Tillum Drafar]], a [[Lendrin]] male who questions her ability to balance work and motherhood.
 
Meanwhile, once ''Voyager'' and the other [[Project Full Circle]] fleet vessels conclude their business with the [[Indign]], they receive another visit from [[Neelix]] who returns the shuttle stolen by the "possessed" holoprogram [[Meegan McDonnell]]. Captain [[Afsarah Eden]] seeks out the help of Counselor [[Hugh Cambridge]] in the developing mystery of her origins when a gift from an alien race elicits more questions. [[B'Elanna Torres]] settles into her new role as fleet engineer while butting heads with Commander [[Tillum Drafar]], a [[Lendrin]] male who questions her ability to balance work and motherhood.
   
Once it becomes apparent that the trio of vessels sent to make contact with the Children of the Storm are behind schedule, Eden and [[Chakotay]] debate their next step and decide ''Voyager'' will travel to the system alone. Despite the mandatory transfer of telepaths to other vessels, Ensigns [[Aytar Gwyn]], the half-[[Kriosian]] helmsman, and [[Kenth Lasren]], the Betazoid ops officer, remain aboard. When ''Voyager'' arrives at the system, it becomes apparent that the situation went terribly wrong -- the ''Planck'' has been destroyed, ''Quirinal'' has barely escaped, and ''Demeter'' may be trapped deeper in the system.
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Once it becomes apparent that the trio of vessels sent to make contact with the Children of the Storm are behind schedule, Eden and [[Chakotay]] debate their next step and decide ''Voyager'' will travel to the system alone. Despite the mandatory transfer of telepaths to other vessels, Ensigns [[Aytar Gwyn]], the half-[[Kriosian]] helmsman, and Kenth [[Lasren]], the Betazoid ops officer, remain aboard. When ''Voyager'' arrives at the system, it becomes apparent that the situation went terribly wrong -- the ''Planck'' has been destroyed, ''Quirinal'' has barely escaped, and ''Demeter'' may be trapped deeper in the system.
   
 
Onboard ''Demeter'' the unorthodox Captain [[Liam O'Donnell]] remains in eccentric seclusion while his XO [[Atlee Fife]] seeds mutinous thoughts among the senior staff in a single-minded obsession with escaping the Children. After it becomes obvious that "the life" the Children are so infatuated with are any plant-based organisms, O'Donnell orders the crew to provide round-the-clock planting in the extensive aeroponics network onboard ''Demeter'' in order to delay the Children's destruction of the ship.
 
Onboard ''Demeter'' the unorthodox Captain [[Liam O'Donnell]] remains in eccentric seclusion while his XO [[Atlee Fife]] seeds mutinous thoughts among the senior staff in a single-minded obsession with escaping the Children. After it becomes obvious that "the life" the Children are so infatuated with are any plant-based organisms, O'Donnell orders the crew to provide round-the-clock planting in the extensive aeroponics network onboard ''Demeter'' in order to delay the Children's destruction of the ship.
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