Crewmembers! Torpedoes! Kidding, I don't mean those inconsistencies. I'm on a VOY rewatch, and it strikes me again how inconsistent VOY can be compared to other series in the franchise. Don't get me wrong, the show has quite a few decent episodes and a few great ones, but it can be so inconsistent across episodes. There's the well-known fact that Janeway goes from "we're sticking to starfleet principles no matter what" to "we're overlooking starfleet principles to gain some advantage" back and forth, but beyond that, I've noticed some more I didn't remember: - Suder spent less time in the brig for cold-blooded murder than Paris for interfering in the internal affairs of another species. - Relationships among the crew seem to be viewed benevolently... until it's Torres and Paris, at which point it's taken very seriously. By everyone. You knew from the start of the episode that this time it'd be played for drama rather than comedy, quite the whiplash with the rest of the series. - Janeway chews Kim out for fraternising with an alien in "Disease", but she herself has done so in "Counterpoint". Sure, he went quite a bit further than her (sex vs a kiss), but the risks are present even with a kiss. Hell, fraternise with the wrong alien and you might get pregnant simply for putting your hands in a box of pebbles! So, it seems quite hypocritical on her part. Might pick some more in the future, I'm at "Disease", right now, so ~2.5 seasons to go.