made me wonder about its canonicity. while it doesn't seem to "break" anything, it made little sense to me. namely, why would they be afraid she'd disappear "to the past" since when she "will be" there they didn't seem to notice her suddenly appearing. if that can be explained, why when she finally "stopped" at a certain point in time she returned to her previous state mind + the new memories only. also, why were they so easy to believe her. if you exclude the times she was too old and a child which would be ridiculous to be taken seriously at those times, it seemed also a bit weird that they took her seriously in all other times. basically, the episode was a bit.. surrealistic imo since it was centrered around kes's belied and not around the usual common sense of the whole of the crew that would be more prone to see her condition as delusional or remotely controlled. --220.127.116.11 17:41, 17 November 2006 (UTC)
- Since whether something is canon is not based on whether it makes sense (see the canon episode "Threshold" for more on that), this is indeed entirely canon. --OuroborosCobra talk 18:00, 17 November 2006 (UTC)
Has it ever been established how much time has passed between "Favorite Son", the last episode and this one? When the chroniton particles are taken out of Kes, how much has been skipped? --Trekky0623 18:57, 8 October 2007 (UTC)
Neelix's gold uniform Edit
The article currently states:
This is the second time we see Neelix in an Operations gold uniform. Other occasions include "Tuvix" (season 2), "Year of Hell", and "Living Witness" (both season 4).
I would argue that "Blood Fever", just a few episodes earlier in Season 3, also contains Neelix in a gold uniform. While it isn't the standard duty uniform style, rather the excursion uniforms, it is the standard Starfleet issue excursion uniforms (as seen by B'Elana sporting the exact same uniform, including the gold stripe of colour.) --The Time Traveller 22:53, 27 February 2008 (UTC)
"young, half-Asian boy "
What's the other half? or wait, western phenotype how man should look and all others things are deviant.
- By all means fix it if it bothers you so much. This is a wiki after all. — Morder 12:13, 12 September 2008 (UTC)
- There, gone. Not a big deal really.– Cleanse 06:03, 16 September 2008 (UTC)
- The events of "The Gift", complicate matters. In that particular episode, Kes throws Voyager nearly 10,000 light years away from Borg space whereby they encounter the Krenim Imperium several months later. However, in this episode there is no discernible evidence to indicate how Voyager traversed those 10,000 light years and was still able to enter Krenim space.
This doesn't complicate anything really. As an anon pointed out different area or who knows, the time ship altered their space or any number of explanations. — Morder (talk) 20:29, October 18, 2009 (UTC)
Kes's age Edit
Do any canon sources explain how Kes could be 9 years old at the beginning? I'm terrible at math, but from what I've watched, I can't see her being more than 6 1/2. I just think if there are any sources, it would be something to add to the article.MajorTom1 (talk) 13:17, January 26, 2013 (UTC)