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| Series Star Trek: Voyager|
Season 1, Episode 15
|Air date||May 22nd, 1995|
|Writers||Ronald Wilkerson; Jean Louise Matthias|
|Producers||Rick Berman; Michael Piller; Jeri Taylor; Brannon Braga; Merri Howard; Peter Lauritson; Wendy Neuss; David Livingston|
|Starring||Kate Mulgrew; Robert Beltran; Roxann Biggs-Dawson; Jennifer Lien; Robert Duncan McNeill; Ethan Phillips; Robert Picardo; Tim Russ; Garrett Wang|
"Learning Curve" is the fifteenth episode of season one of the science fiction television series Star Trek: Voyager, and the sixteenth episode of the series overall if one counts the two-part pilot as two episodes. It was directed by David Livingston with a teleplay written by Ronald Wilkerson and Jean Louise Matthias. It first aired on UPN on Monday, May 22nd, 1995.
Guest Starring Edit
|Armand Schultz||Kenneth Dalby|
|Derek McGrath||Crewman Chell|
|Kenny Morrison||Cremwan Gerron|
|Catherine MacNeal||Mariah Henley|
|Thomas Dekker||Henry Burleigh|
|Lindsey Haun||Beatrice Burleigh|
|Majel Barrett||Computer voice|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Stardate: 48846.5
- Production code number: 116
- "Learning Curve" is also the title to the season 3, episode 5 episode of Stargate SG-1 as well as the 5th episode of season 5 of Babylon 5.
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