Either Tara is a Cicada that has not been activated yet or this show wants me to believe that a former journalist/cab driver can drive like a stunt person.
This was Star Trek: Jumanji Edition.
Playing with time is a staple for Star Trek, sometimes it works, sometimes it fails spectacularly. This episode just has fun with it and it works out.
Predictable two-parter that didn’t need to be. Janeway shows her biases against holographics again and in order for the show to prove that she was right, they turned the holographics evil. The episode could have been much better had the holographics been truly on a mission to find a home and love there.
Roy seems like a cool dude. And Taylor Swift appearance.
A surprisingly fun episode. I liked it a lot.
Please just shutdown the Fair Haven program already. Meh.
It's The Rock... Beating up on Seven.
SO MUCH YELLING!!!! MUCH DRAMA!!! MOAR YELLING!!!!
Weird. So far this season seems to slip back into story-of-the-week mode. This one was particularly meh.
So cringy, yet so entertaining.
So much screaming at each other.
Help was right and did the right thing.
What in the world did I just suffer through?
Three words: The Adama Maneuver.
Excellent short, though a little long in the mid-section.
The sleeping bag was hilarious.
A fun episode. Glad to see the crew having fun together.
I love when Seven calls Janeway on her bad decisions.
The morality part of this episode was great. How they got into this sticky situation (Janeway’s bad decision and not considering the input of her staff) was horrible.
Another situation caused by a terrible decision by Janeway.
Baltar what have you done? :person_facepalming_tone1:
High score because of Jeri Ryan’s performance. If it weren’t for Ryan, this was a pretty boilerplate episode.
I get what they were trying to do with B'Elanna's depression, but the episode comes across as disingenuous because there was no lead up to this. B'Elanna's MacGyver moment at the end of the episode was chuckle-worthy bad.
Finally Voyager has a near perfect episode. This is the best episode of all the episodes I have seen so far and it can be directly credited to Jeri Ryan’s performance in the episode. J Paul Boehmer is equally great in the episode as the Borg drone One.
Not a bad episode. But would have been ether had they not cut the episode as flashbacks.
A surprisingly good Neelix episode!
Mobile Moo Shu pronouncing bulgogo "bul-gaw-gee"... Sigh.
The second I saw that this two parter had something to do with time, all the suspense was sucked out of it. I knew the big reset button was going to be pushed at the end of the episode in true Star Trek fashion.
There was a decent episode somewhere in here. But it got lost. This one was quite a stinker. And wow, look at the low budget Predators. Lol.