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#this episode was gay as fork

  • Kara: Hey! So I know it's our first girls night in a while, but I figured we could pick up where we left off on your movie bucket list with Star Wars.
  • Lena: ...Actually, I've seen Star Wars now.
  • Kara: O-oh, really? Well that's cool. I guess that means that now we can watch Empire, which is the best one anyway.
  • Lena: *bad Vader voice* I am your father! *laughs*
  • Kara: *chuckles*...Jedi?
  • Lena: *Emperor voice* And now, young Skywalker, you will die *makes Force lightning hands*
  • Kara: *halfhearted laughter*...When did you watch all these movies?
  • Lena: About a month ago? Reign dragged me out of the office one night when I'd been working too much. She would not let me return until we ate dinner, watched her favorite movie and I got a good night's sleep. We watched the others not long after that.
  • Kara: *to herself, angrily* Reign...
  • Lena: Kara, is everything alright?
  • Kara: *thinking of Reign*
  • Kara: *playing the Imperial March in her head*
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Post-Voyager Voyager Headcanons

This is something I think about a lot. I would give practically anything to see a Voyager movie or two, picking up where they left off. Until then, all one can do is make it up.

  • Despite all the briefings, the promotion, and all of the after war efforts going on in the Alpha Quadrant, Janeway finds time to visit with every single one of the families of the people she’s lost. The Ballards, the Jonas’, the Hogans, the Careys, the Langs, the Suders, even the Ransoms. She makes sure that everyone of their families knows how important they were and how much she wishes they could’ve come home.
  • Chakotay eventually resigns from Starfleet again and becomes a professor of paleontology, like he’s always wanted to be. He marries Admiral Janeway, naturally.
  • Tuvok is made Captain of Voyager. When Janeway tells him that the ship couldn’t be in better hands, she really means it.
  • When the inevitable questions concerning The Doctor’s rights as a sentient individual, as well as his claim to the 29th century Mobile Emitter, are brought to trial Seven of Nine is relentless in her arguments, and even calls in someone with experience in this sort of trial: Cmdr. Data of the Enterprise. He’s more than happy to help out.
  • After all of that is sorted out, in The Doctor’s favor of course, The Doctor and Seven go to Hugh’s planet to help rehabilitate all of the ex-Borg. The two marry at some point and The Doctor takes her last name, becoming universally known as “Dr. Hansen”.
  • Seven becomes comfortable with using the name Annika, but everyone from Voyager still calls her Seven. She doesn’t mind.
  • Harry gets promoted to lieutenant, but he still can’t find a girl. But on the plus side his mother was very please with how well he had learned to play the clarinet.
  • Tom and B’Elanna end up pretty much the same as how they were in the alternate reality in “Endgame”. Neither one stayed in Starfleet. Tom writing holonovels, he probably started with making some Miral and then decided to market them. And B’Elanna being an ambassador to Qo’noS. She was reluctant at first to work with Klingons, but Chancellor Martok liked her and wouldn’t take no for an answer.
  • Samantha Wildman took a considerable amount of leave to enjoy being back with her husband and finally being able to introduce Naomi to her father. She and Greskrendtregk eagerly show their daughter all of the sights of Earth and KTaris. Samantha went on to be one of the Federation’s leading xenobiolologists, earning her a posting on the Enterprise, where Greskrendtregk followed her.
  • Icheb and Naomi both joined Starfleet. Naomi choose to be in the command division and made captain in record time, while Icheb choose to be a science officer. Naomi still kept in touch with Seven and Neelix on a regular basis, she was the maid of honor at Seven’s wedding. Icheb still keeps in touch with Mezoti, Rebi and Azan via the Midas Array, on which he no doubt made some significant modifications.
  • Tal Celes choose to leave Starfleet. She opened a shop on Deep Space Nine, it’s one of Col. Kira’s favorite places to visit on the promenade. She’s much happier now. Telfer, who has become quite the medical officer, visits every chance he gets.
  • When Capt. Tuvok has to pick a new chief engineer Lt. Vorik is his first choice. By that time Vorik had found a wife, a nice Vulcan lady who wouldn’t break his jaw for declaring kunat so'lik.
  • Chell opened his own restaurant. It’s very popular among Bolians, not so much among other species…
  • Ayala remained in Starfleet, working in security. He is eventually recruited by Section 31 and accepts their offer.
  • Once every year or two the crew still gets together to celebrate Prixin on Deep Space 9 where it all began. The day will come when Neelix will be able to make the trip, but until then he enjoys joining in via the Midas Array, while celebrating with his wife and stepson.

“The Bad Place”
JACK AND KAIA DISRUPT THE WORLD – Jack (Alexander Calvert), desperate to prove to Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) that he is good and that he can control his powers, enlists the help of a dreamcatcher named Kaia (guest star Yadira Guevara-Prip) to help him find Mary Winchester (guest star Samantha Smith) and save her from the alternate universe. However, when plans go awry, the Winchester brothers are the ones who need saving. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Robert Berens (#1309). Original airdate 12/7/2017.