this could be fun.... On the many boards that I've been part of, I've noticed that peole have a lot of assumptions about voyager that, when you actually sit and watch the show aren't true. For instance, Voyager used too much time travel. Well if you look at the other series, TOS had 5 time travel episodes in their three year run, TNG had 12, DS9 had 11, Voyager had 12, and ENT had 9 in their four years. So really Voyager didn't have too many time travel episodes, they were pretty much the same as TNG and DS9. If you average it out it was actually Enterprise that had the most time travel. Another one I've encountered a lot is that Janeway breaks the prime directive a lot. On Memory Alpha there is a list of events that were either identified at the time as violations of, or could appear to have potentially been violations of, the Prime Directive TOS Friday's Child Mirror Mirror A Taste of Armageddon Miri Rturn of the Archons The Apple Patterns of Force A Private Little War The Omega Glory The Paradise Syndrome Bread and Circuses TNG Pen Pals Who Watches the Watchers Home World Too Short a Season Justice Coming of Age DS9 Captive Persuit Battle Lines In the Pale Moonlight Tacking into the Wind VOY Caretaker Time and Again Prototype Thirty Days Anyone else encountered any misconceptions?