Star Trek Voyager
Vis Vis

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Voyager stops to help an alien named Steth, whose ship uses a warp drive that is similar to
transwarp technology. Paris is assigned to help Steth. While Paris is on Steth's ship, Steth steals
Tom's likeness. This leaves Paris in the body of Steth's last victim. Steth knocks Paris unconcious
and activates the ship's warp drive. Before he activates the warp drive, Steth beams over to
Voyager. Everyone on board notices that Tom is acting a little strange. He threatens Torres and
Seven. Later he tries to choke Janeway. While he is attacking Janeway, Steth switches bodies with
her. Then he steals one of the shuttles that Seven is working in. The real Paris manages to stop the
shuttle from going into warp and everyone returns to their own bodies. For those of us whose strength does not lie in the language of French, vis-a-vis means
"face-to-face."

Airdate: 4/8/98

Written by

Robert J. Doherty

Directed by

Jesus Salvador Trevino

Producers
Rick Berman
Michael Piller
Jeri  Taylor

Starring
Kate Mulgrew  ...................Janeway
Robert Beltran ................. Chakotay
Roxann Dawson  ....B'Elanna Torres
Robert Duncan McNeill ............Paris
Ethan Phillips  .......................Neelix
Robert Picardo .............. The Doctor
Tim Russ ................................Tuvok
Jeri Ryan ...................Seven of Nine
Garrett Wang ......................... Harry

Guest Stars:
Dan Butler ............................ Steth
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn .....Daelen


Co-Producer
Dawn Velazquez

Executive Story Editor

Lisa Klink



Rating: TV PG
  Television episode

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