Chakotay’s hiring strategies are called into question.
The crew discover what it feels like to be on the receiving end of the Prime Directive. Answer: NOT GREAT.
Harry dies. It’s okay, it won’t be the last time.
Tom Paris is convicted of murdering an alien scientist and condemned to relive the dead man’s final moments. Luckily, Detective Tuvok is on the case…
Voyager comes across a wormhole to the alpha quadrant, everything proceeds as planned and nothing bad ha–
We discover just how far Janeway will go for a cup of coffee.
A Voyager episode with no temporal anomalies whatsoever?
It’s episode four, and we’re up to our second temporal anomaly! It sure would suck if you were a viewer who hated time travel!
Fortunately, I am not that viewer.
Janeway and Chakotay face the first challenge in uniting their crews — choosing a new chief engineer. The candidates are Starfleet’s Lieutenant Carey, who is competent but not brilliant, and the Maquis B’Elanna, whose brilliance is undermined by her habit of punching people in the face. Like Carey, for example.
Luckily, a weird space thing turns up to move the plot along.
Having given myself permission to skip DS9, I started watching select episodes of Voyager for my “Trek to catch if you’re new and liked Disco” series. But then I thought, well, I don’t have much to blog about on a week-to-week basis right now, and this is one hundred and seventy-odd hours of television…
So I guess we’re doing this! Mostly weekly, real life and other distractions permitting, and with the understanding that it’s fine to take breaks, and getting bored and giving up doesn’t mean I’m a big failure. (Keep your expectations reasonable and your self-talk kind, that’s my motto.)