Watch what? Its the final episode. No one is watching because the show is over. And, fyi, i was not a J/C fan at the time so it's not because I cared one way or the other about them. i still stand by my statement that if she had to take a lover (75 years is heck of a long time to live like a nun) it would probably only have worked with Chakotay as they are more equals than anyone else on the ship. The rest are clearly subordinates. As for arguments... 1. Janeway herself admits in The Disease that she expects Chakotay to question her in private and he says he does so regularly. We just don't see it often though it does crop up in episodes like Hope and Fear, The Omega Directive or Unimatrix Zero. I do think there might have been some issues here and there if they became romantically involved but that's what makes great love stories interesting. Some angst is a good thing. Happily ever after rarely works on TV. 2. This is probably the only reason that would make sense except it is basically shot down in Life Line when she gets angry about the admiral asking about the Maquis. Clearly it is not an issue for her at all so it can't be a deterrent. Imo the only reason this doesn't happen is because Janeway is a woman. If the roles were reversed J/C would probably have happened. Heck, Chakotay had a relationship with a member of his crew while Captain....Seska. Hate the idea of a double standard but life is what it is. I also totally agree Janeway had no interest at all after season 3. That ship had sailed so to speak.