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* Robert Picardo noted that, as far as he was aware, the ambiguity he sensed in the episode's conclusion was not a major hurdle for most fans. "''I was happy that the fans, the ones I have spoken to, seemed to accept the ambiguity,''" he said, at about the end of the fifth season. (''[[Cinefantastique]]'', Vol. 31, No. 11, p. 30)
 
* Robert Picardo noted that, as far as he was aware, the ambiguity he sensed in the episode's conclusion was not a major hurdle for most fans. "''I was happy that the fans, the ones I have spoken to, seemed to accept the ambiguity,''" he said, at about the end of the fifth season. (''[[Cinefantastique]]'', Vol. 31, No. 11, p. 30)
 
* Several costumes and items from this episode were sold off on the [[It's A Wrap! sale and auction|''It's A Wrap!'' sale and auction]] on eBay, including [[Nancy Bell]]'s uniform. {{stala|9492}}
 
* Several costumes and items from this episode were sold off on the [[It's A Wrap! sale and auction|''It's A Wrap!'' sale and auction]] on eBay, including [[Nancy Bell]]'s uniform. {{stala|9492}}
=== Continuity and trivia===
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=== Continuity and Trivia===
 
* In the episode teaser, whenever The Doctor takes a picture of the crew members, the diaphragm effect is actually a mosaic of Ensign Jetal's face.
 
* In the episode teaser, whenever The Doctor takes a picture of the crew members, the diaphragm effect is actually a mosaic of Ensign Jetal's face.
 
* The quotation that The Doctor reads at the end of this episode is purportedly a translation from [[Dante]]'s ''La Vita Nuova'', but it is actually a reworking of it. Possibly because the ''Voyager'' version is somewhat more touching as a stand-alone quote, various websites have erroneously attributed The Doctor's version to Dante himself. {{incite|which websites?}}
 
* The quotation that The Doctor reads at the end of this episode is purportedly a translation from [[Dante]]'s ''La Vita Nuova'', but it is actually a reworking of it. Possibly because the ''Voyager'' version is somewhat more touching as a stand-alone quote, various websites have erroneously attributed The Doctor's version to Dante himself. {{incite|which websites?}}
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