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Star Trek: Voyager: Male Cast Reunion

Star Trek: Voyager reunionOne of the reasons that castmembers from old TV shows often site for signing on to reunion projects is the opportunity to see their old friends once again. Well, it doesn’t look like we’ll be seeing a Star Trek: Voyager reunion anytime soon but that doesn’t stop the actors from getting together anyway.

Apparently the male members of Voyager have been getting together for lunch for sometime. On Tuesday night, they reunited for what Robert Duncan McNeill calls their “traditional boys steak dinner.” Ethan Phillips is moving back to New York and McNeill notes, “We’ll miss him!!!”

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