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Tue, Nov 14, 2017, 5:21am (UTC -6)
Re: VOY S3: Displaced

Too bad that after a few good episodes we get this crapfest.

Why would the Nyrians have doors between the habitats? Why does that guy with the door detector not find the door out of his habitat, or out of the habitat with Voyager in it? Why do they need to modify the Doc's vision to find the door out? Just use the door finder gadget the guy has. And when they find the door, they just push a button and it opens. Why wouldn't the Nyrians have it locked? Oh yeah, because it was so well hidden. Alrighty then.

And I guess you can alter the docs program by pushing a couple buttons on his holo-emitter. And it has a mute button. Whatever.

Tuvok builds working phasers out of a capacitor and a showerhead or something. Ok then. Good thing he could make one with a stun setting at least. Dumb.

They wait until over 100 people have vanished off the ship to start locking out systems and putting up forcefields. Yep. Makes sense.

Then there are 12(!) crew left on Voyager and Chakotay says 'Chakotay to all hands. Security alert. The Nyrians may be trying to take control of the ship.' Gee do you think?

Since the Nyrians have transporters (I mean translocators, sorry), why not just transport (translocate, sorry) everyone back into the habitat, like they did in the first place, instead of chasing them all over the station? Stupid.

And what, these are all the Nyrians in the quadrant? They wouldn't have called for help? They can transport (translocate, sorry) up to 10 light years, so they could get reinforcements quite easily. And why wouldn't Janeway stay for awhile and study the translocator? That's almost 150 million times as far as they can transport now. But so what? Who needs that? Or stay and ask some of the thousands of people for help getting home, or for a scouting report, or something, anything. So stupid.

I was also facepalming, like everyone else, when no one picked up a weapon from a disabled Nyrian. Ultra stupid.

Terrible episode.

1/2 star.
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Thu, Aug 10, 2017, 4:28pm (UTC -6)
Re: VOY S7: Flesh and Blood

This gets 1 1/2 stars from me. Because it was sort of interesting and well made. But...

The one thing that made the whole thing fall apart for me was, at the very beginning, when they first realized that the holograms were murderers, they were going to shut them down and reprogram them, and Janeway, the worst captain in starfleet history, decides not to do it. Because it would be like 'declawing a cat'. pfft. Cats don't run around murdering everyone.

Then after they kill lots more people, some completely uninvolved and innocent people at that, then she decides, hey let's shut them down and reprogram them.

Of course they should have done that at the beginning, but no episode then, I suppose. But an episode starting with a stupid decision that results in many people dying, and many more, including the whole Voyager crew!, nearly dying, and then ends with 'oops, guess I was wrong!' at the end is just annoying. Janeway should be relieved of command, yet again.
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Wed, Jul 19, 2017, 1:32pm (UTC -6)
Re: VOY S6: Spirit Folk

This is the worst Voyager episode ever. This is the worst Star Trek episode ever. I'd watch Threshold again 10 times in a row before I would watch this again.

Here is pretty much how my inner dialogue went as I watched this pos.






(at this point I switched to actually speaking out loud)

Are you kidding me!?





Thank god it's over!!!
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