Star Trek – Voyager (1995)

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captainjanewayThe first Season of Star Trek Voyager is available on Hulu. It’s the adventures of the first Star Trek franchise based around space mom. Space has turned into Southern California and somebody took a wrong turn. But space mom will get em’ home.

Mom is tough. She’ll toss you out an airlock or blast you with a bunch of tri-cobalt devices. Her taste in clothes can be a little strange. And Voyager is a real piece of junk. It can’t make it to the 7-11 for a gallon of milk without having a warp core breach. Voyager must be a BMW.

I’m sure glad J.J. Abrams is on the case.

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3 thoughts on “Star Trek – Voyager (1995)”

  1. Yeah, yeah, yeah… but because I do love this show and all its wackiness (that’s, by the way, meant to be praise here) I’m going to go on the record as saying I think all of that is just growing pains. It’s Season 3–time to spread wings and see what happens when you leave the nest, and there are bound to be some bruised feathers. And, to be sure, there were some standout moments this year. As Warehouse hacker-turned-techie-turned-trainee-turned-full-fledged-agent Claudia Donovan, Allison Scagliotti proved her mettle again and again this season, as her role was expanded in almost every episode (note to producers: Scagliotti is brilliant, but let’s remember this isn’t The Claudia Show), and although I personally didn’t feel we saw enough of Agent Jinks to share in the pathos of his death (or, um, potential undeath? But we’ll have to wait for Season 4 for that!), Scagliotti managed to single-handedly carry the emotional weight of that entire plot thread, and she did so completely convincingly. I almost thought I knew Jinksy enough to miss him, too.

  2. Their first mission was to locate and capture a Maquis vessel last seen in the area of space known as the Badlands. While there, the Maquis ship and Voyager were transported against their will into the Delta Quadrant, 70,000 light-years away, by a massive displacement wave. The Maquis ship is destroyed while fighting the Kazon-Ogla, and although Voyager survives, there are numerous casualties. In order to protect an intelligent species (the Ocampa), Janeway destroys a device, the Caretaker Array, that has the potential to return her crew to Federation space, stranding her ship and crew seven decades’ travel from home.

    1. The same thing might happen if you took the wrong freeway exit in LA with a load of thespians. I found Voyager truly that exciting.

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