B'Elanna becoming the ship's Chief Engineer didn't happen that easily or that fast. But you seemed to exaggerate what really happened. Why don't you guys just admit that you like to spend all of your time complaining about "Voyager" and Janeway in particular, because she is a woman who was the show's lead and commander of the ship? You hardly ever complain about those Trek shows that have a male lead or point out their flaws. The only other series you have rained this much criticism upon is "Star Trek Discovery". You do point out flaws in those shows that led by a man . . . but rarely. Not even "Enterprise" has received as much criticism as "Voyager" and "Discovery". And I'm getting a little tired of this hypocrisy and bigotry when it comes to "Star Trek Voyager".