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'Human Error' Details

By Amy
January 4, 2001 - 5:51 AM

The official site has released details of the first episode to begin production in 2001. Entitled 'Human Error', the episode appears to be primarily ship-based and Seven-centric, and will see Voyager enter a region of space used as a weapons range by unknown aliens. Unfortunately for the crew, however, Seven, who they're relying upon to get them through it unharmed, becomes increasingly distracted by a 'personal experiment', one that "change how she deals with her crewmates forever". This appears to confirm recent remarks of the ex-Borg becoming more human and experimenting in her sexuality – among other things. With a production number of 264, the episode will again see Manu Intiraymi reprise his role as Icheb, and most of the shooting to date has been restricted to the bridge and the bridge crew, with Roxann Dawson (B'Elanna) and Robert Picardo (The Doctor) called in for some second unit work on Stages 8 and 9. The synopsis and full credits listing can be found below, while the official site's production update on the episode can be found here.

HUMAN ERROR
Production Number: 264

Cast:

Manu Intiraymi (Icheb)

Creative:

Story: Andre Bormanis & Kenneth Biller
Teleplay: Brannon Braga &Andre Bormanis
Directed: Allan Kroeker

Synopsis:

As the U.S.S. Voyager enters a hazardous region of space being used as a weapons-testing range by unknown parties, the ship must count on Seven of Nine's long-range scans to steer it out of danger. Seven of Nine, however, is becoming more and more distracted with a personal experiment, one that could change how she deals with her crewmates forever.

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