"Innocence" - Tuvok and Bennet's shuttle crash lands on a sacred haven for the Drayan, an alien race which has shunned outside contact for decades. While Bennet lies dying from his injuries, three frightened Drayan children venture out from hiding. The young ones tell Tuvok that they have been abandoned by their people to die on the planet, and beg his help in saving them from imminent arrival of the "morrok" - the messenger of death - on "Star Trek: Voyager" airing MONDAY, APRIL 8 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET/PT) on UPN.
While Tuvok tries to calm the tiny trio, he cannot comprehend why a society would forsake its children. Then, during the night, two of the youngsters mysteriously disappear. Meanwhile, Janeway makes contact with the Drayan's First Prelate, Alicia, and in the course of trying to rescue Tuvok and the remaining child, there is an amazing revelation about this mysterious race.
Guest starring are Marnie McPhail as Alicia, Tiffany Taubman as Tressa, Sarah Rayne as Elani, Tahj D. Mowry as Corin and Richard Garon as Bennet.
Starring Kate Mulgrew as Captain Janeway, Robert Beltran as Chakotay, Roxann Biggs-Dawson as B'Elanna Torres, Jennifer Lien as Kes, Robert Duncan McNeill as Lt. Tom Paris, Ethan Phillips as Neelix, Robert Picardo as The Doctor, Tim Russ as Tuvok, Garrett Wang as Harry Kim.
The story was written by Anthony Williams and the teleplay was written by Lisa Klink. The episode is directed by James Conway.