Kim finds out that he’s not really a human from Earth, but a Taresian from a planet 70,000 light-years away who implanted him in his mother. Sure, that’s totally plausible, as is the fact that his fellow Taresians all apparently want to have sex with him. Not suspicious in the least. The Star Trek: Voyager Rewatch has a “Favorite Son.”
And the Taresians were so—I dunno, bland? They’re superficial arm candy and not much beyond that. I found myself actually longing for the more overt sexuality of the scantily clad Aryans in TNG’s “Justice,” and when you can’t even live up to the bottom-of-the-barrel standards of one of TNG’s lowest points, it’s not good.