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Star-Trek Voyager Collector's Edition (Displaced / Worst Case Scenario)

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  • Format: Color, Collector's Edition
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Columbia House
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000BSY912
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #242,211 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Collector's Edition bookshelf, book-like case with VHS tape and 2 episodes of "Star Trek Voyager" series

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andre S. Grindle TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 29, 2005
Format: VHS Tape
'The Gift' was a sad episode of Voyager for me.It was the show where Kes left the Voyager crew to evolve into an energy being.But the talented Jennifer Lien (Kes) was ousted in a unseemly manner and I loved her character.At least she had the dignity to be given the oust without being killed off and it was sensitively handled.Her comeback,however...I'll get to that in another review.'Day Of Honor' focuses on B'Lanna's angst about her Klingon heritage and the ensueing dilema's.It's a great character setup and these two together will make for an excellent VHS tape for Star Trek-Voyager fans.
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"Darkling" is yet another rendition of the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde good and evil personalities, in this case it is the Doctor that has the split personality. Voyager is taking a break from their journey back home to spend some time at a spaceport where they can obtain some information about a dangerous area of space known as the Nekrit Expanse. Most of the best information can be obtained from the Mikhal Travelers, a group of free spirits that roam the galaxy at will, stopping on occasion to refresh their supplies and refit their ships. While there, Kes becomes romantically involved with one of the Travelers and must make a decision whether to go with the Traveler or stay on Voyager.
However, the primary plot features the Doctor, he decides to adjust his programming and introduces some serious glitches that turn him into an evil entity that has no compunctions about doing harm to living creatures. When someone attempts to kill one of the Travelers, Tuvok tries to unravel the mystery and determine who is guilty of that and some other crimes. Fortunately, the doctor leaves a trail of holographic signatures like humans leave DNA evidence so it is not long before the guilty party is exposed.
I found this episode to be interesting, as it is similar to the concept of the self-modifying code that appears in the most virulent of computer viruses. Rapid evolutionary capability is also a feature of some of the most dangerous of microorganisms. In this case, while the desire to change is plausible and similar to what Data of "The Next Generation" had to do, there are two serious flaws in the plot. When it was first revealed that the Doctor's programming was flawed, all they needed to do was to reload a backup copy of the programming and his behavior would have returned to normal.
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"Random Thoughts" is an extremely weak episode; some members of the Voyager crew are on a planet inhabited by the Mauri, a species of telepaths. Believing that violent thoughts lead to violent acts of crime, they have banned them from their society. However, when a man bumps into Torres and one Mauri then attacks another, Torres is put on trial for harboring a violent thought and thereby being responsible for the attack. The Mauri punish the possession of violent thoughts by wiping them from the offending mind, and they plan to do that to Torres even though there is the potential for damage to her mind.
Tuvok is able to create a solid relationship with Nimira, a high-ranking member of the police force on the planet and while Nimira is adamant that Torres be punished, she does allow Tuvok to conduct an investigation. He discovers a dark secret about the Mauri society that is difficult for Nimira to accept.
The episode is weak because it is another example of a species developing on another planet that is essentially human, so human-like that even their brain patterns can interact with humans. Given that humans in the same house often find themselves unable to understand each other, this is one of the most far-fetched inter-species interaction stories that could ever be used. However, it is another lesson that if you ban mind-altering substances they will simply be driven underground.
"Concerning Flight" has as a guest character my all-time hero, Leonardo DaVinci and truly shows how the holodeck could be used for education and entertainment. Captain Janeway is in a session with her holographic mentor Leonardo DaVinci when raiders attack Voyager with their purpose being to steal technology.
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On Voyager's lengthy trek back to Federation space, the shortest route is through Krenim space. When they enter it, they are confronted with a small ship that is technologically inferior. After they absorb a few meaningless volleys, Captain Janeway decides to ignore the warnings and enter Krenim space. Suddenly, a wave of time displacement hits both ships and the Krenim vessel has been transformed into a powerful warship capable of doing damage to Voyager.
This begins a yearlong saga where Voyager is subjected to repeated attacks by Krenim ships and incrementally being relegated to a derelict. System after system is damaged or destroyed with casualties mounting. The underlying cause is a ship containing a weapon that when fired alters the timeline, literally wiping entire civilizations from ever existing. Commanded by Annorax, the crew performs calculations that will restore the Krenim to their previous might of an Imperium, but every attempt to date has not been wholly successful. Many civilizations have been totally wiped off the historical records, but Annorax is determined to keep trying until he succeeds. The temporal properties of his ship protect his crew from aging so they literally have all the time in the universe.
As Voyager and the crew are systematically degraded over the course of the year, the conclusion becomes quite clear. Too much destruction and irreversible damage to the crew is done for it to be cured by a simple rest and refit. The cavalier manner whereby Annorax wipes out civilizations containing millions of people in his quest for perfection is very unattractive and it is unlikely that his crew would have tolerated it for so long. Finally, Captain Janeway is very unlike herself when she simply brushes aside a weaker foe in order to trespass into Krenim space. The episode is also difficult to understand in the early parts, as there is not a great deal of background information given.
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