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Old November 15 2010, 03:39 PM   #100
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Re: Star Trek: Voyager - A Marathon Re-visit.

kimc wrote: View Post
"Resistance" is actually one of my favorite episodes mainly due to the relationship between Caylem and Janeway. The situation reminds me of regimes like Pinochet's Chile where people disappeared never to be seen or heard from again. To me the best Trek stories are socially relevant - not showcases for the borg, time travel or cgi explosions. The social relevance of this episode combined with the fantastic acting all around make this a winner for me.
Same for me, which is why when Voyager is poignant and sociological I enjoy as much as any other Trek.

kimc wrote:
As for "Threshold" it's probably the "Spock's Brain" of Voyager. Despite that it's a guilty pleasure for many. For some reason Tom wanting a pepperoni pizza while in sick bay is worth the price of admission.
I actually quite like that the episode tried to give Tom a lot of personality development and explanation of his motivations. Unfortunately it still wasn't enough to raise this ep from the grave.
Check out my Voyager review thread! Guaranteed to be going slower than planned.
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