The five worst Star Trek: Voyager episodes EVER!
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Voyager is rarely held up as the high point of the Trek franchise, but these five Delta Quadrant dumpster-fires are indisputably the lowest episodes of the low. When the nicest thing anyone can say about your two-hour series finale is "well, at least it's over," you know something has gone horribly wrong. A future version of Captain Janeway travels back in time to personify deus ex machina , ram-rodding the series to conclusion with out-of-character rage and unexplained technological gimmicks. Rather than the slow build-up to a satisfying seven-year conclusion, we get a slap-dash resolution guaranteed to not in any way resemble a larger plot arc or interfere with running episodes out of order in syndicated reruns. Adding insult to injury, future Janeway is motivated by a string of plot elements that would have made the last season or three of Voyager far more compelling: Tuvok is going insane, crew members are dying, Chakotay and Seven of Nine have a doomed romance, the Doctor wants a family.
This is the fourth television program in the Star Trek franchise, and comprises a total of episodes over the show's seven seasons. The episodes are listed in chronological order by original air date, which match the episode order in each season's DVD set. This list also includes the stardate on which the events of each episode took place. The ratings listed below - total viewership for the episode is listed for season 1, however from season 2 the episode household ratings is listed. While searching for a missing Maquis ship with a Starfleet spy aboard, USS Voyager is swept away to the Delta Quadrant , more than 70, light-years from home, by an incredibly powerful being known as the "Caretaker.
Admiral Janeway beams aboard Voyager and meets her younger self, and is moved to see a healthy Tuvok and Chakotay again.
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In the year , the Federation is celebrating the tenth anniversary of Voyager ' s return to Earth from 23 years in the Delta Quadrant. An older Admiral Kathryn Janeway acquires a chrono deflector from a Klingon named Korath and uses it on her shuttle to travel back to in the Delta Quadrant. She pulls rank on her younger self, ordering Voyager to emit an anti- tachyon pulse that collapses the temporal distortion and prevents the Klingons from following her through. Aboard her old starship, the Admiral tells her younger self to return to a nebula filled with Borg that they passed by a few days before. She provides advanced technologies that allow Voyager to bypass the massive Borg defenses and enter a transwarp corridor. Despite spying on the ship and preparing for its attack, the Borg are unable to penetrate Voyager ' s new adaptive hull armor or to capture it with tractor beams, while Voyager destroys two Borg cubes with transphasic torpedoes.
Sign in. David Oyelowo Don't Let Go , Selma fills in the blanks on his career, including one credit he wishes he could get a do-over on. Watch now. Ten years after Voyager's return from a 23 year journey across the galaxy, Admiral Janeway breaks all the temporal rules and journeys back in time to change a decision she made that prolonged their journey by 16 years. Bringing technology that will help fight the Borg, the Admiral wants her younger self to fight the Borg and use their transwarp hub to go home. Written by laird