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In other episodes, Torres (Roxann Biggs-Dawson) tests the limits of Klingon honor ("Barge of the Dead"), Tuvok (Tim Russ) stretches his emotions ("Riddles), Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill) and Kim (Garrett Wang) embark on a new holdeck program, wrestling superstar the Rock makes a gimmicky guest appearance ("Tsunakatse"), a former crew member returns ("Fury"), and the crew discovers a group of abandoned Borg children ("Collective"). The two most interesting characters continue to be the Doctor (Picardo) and Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan). The former stretches out numerous times ("Tinker, Tailor, Doctor, Spy," "Virtuoso," "Life Line"), and we learn more about Seven's Borg past in "Survival Instinct" and the season closer, in which Seven discovers that during regeneration she can enter a dream world called Unimatrix Zero. There she meets a number of mutated Borg who can exist in this world in their pre-assimilation state and who also present an idea for destroying the collective from within. The Borg Queen, however, discovers the plan and ends the season in a nightmarish cliffhanger that recalls the great Next Gen episode "The Best of Both Worlds." --David Horiuchi
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For added humor, there "Tinker, Tenor, Soldier, Spy" where the doctor enables a dream program and a plucky bureaucrat from an alien ship tries to use these dreams to control the doctor--only to find out that what he was seeing was the doctor's dreams. It's almost as funny as the episode where the doctor becomes a musical sensation or when he hides out in 7 of 9's cortical implants and winds up taking over her body and personality. Sometimes he provided the necessary levity where everything else seemed grim for Voyager.
"Muse" is also another good episode as well, as Torres and Kim are stranded on a planet when their shuttle crashes.Read more ›
Voyager is classic sci-fi. It's not the best installment of the Trek universe, but it's amazingly good science fiction.
The show has 1 obvious story arc from start to finish, about the Voyager trying to travel the full length of the galaxy to get back to Earth. But along the way they have plenty of mini adventures where the crew has to pull together despite their differences because they only have each other to rely on. That's the magic of Voyager. The main story arc is ever present but each episode is it's own story.
They face old foes like the Borg (who are everywhere) and friends like Q (because what's a Trek series without Q) and lots of new ones that they meet along the way. The individual episodes remind me of 1950's and 60's sci fi stories, only with much high production value.
Season 6 is heavy on Borg plots. The Borg Queen from Star Trek First Contact reprises her role. But one episode is one of the best sci-fi stories of all time. Voyager is in orbit around a random planet, where time moves MUCH faster on the surface than in orbit. Voyager is in orbit for just a day or two but an entire civilization develops on the ground in that time and watches Voyager in the sky. The ship becomes something of a religion on the planet, all in the blink of an eye to Voyager's crew. It's a great episode, one of the best single episodes of the entire Trek franchise.
Voyager is a fun departure from the Trek series that proceeded it. It's still "Spacehip flying around meeting aliens" but it's not constantly arguing with the Klingons and Romulans.
It's well worth watching for the fun ride it is.
Yes, Season 6 gets a tad surreal at times, with Seven of Nine kick-boxing the Rock (seriously), B'Elanna's soul venturing into Klingon Hell, a sentient starship stalking Tom Paris, and super-intelligent space-munchkins obsessing over the Doctor's singing (okay, this season wasn't *perfect*).
Does the story continue? Oh yes. In season 6, Reg Barclay invents the "Pathfinder," allowing Voyager to get in regular contact with Starfleet, and allowing Reg to join the show's recurring cast; Seven adopts four Borg brats, one of whom is actually lovable (but sadly, one of the boring ones winds up staying for the rest of the series); B'Elanna finally accepts her Klingon heritage, the Doctor meets his creator in person; and we finally get some hints to what Kes has been up to (though not in the most satisfactory way).
Also like Season 5, there are tons of memorable guest characters. The corrupt Equinox crew ("Equinox"); resurrected redshirt Lindsay Ballard ("Ashes to Ashes"); three drones from Seven's old unit ("Survival Instinct"); misfit lower-decks crewman Tal Celes and Billy Telfer ("Good Shephard"); a lovesick Irish hologram ("Fair Haven"), and a sinister shuttle craft taking the form of Tom's college crush ("Alice").
The regular cast is well-treated in this season.Read more ›
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They where trying to kill Star Trek with the way this was done.Published 18 days ago by Richard D Hall
If you like the Star Trek the next generation, you will probably like voyager. The stories are a lot more complex and the characters are deep. Read morePublished 27 days ago by shazamm51