Delta Quadrant Disasters: The Ten Worst Voyager Episodes

Even if you were one of the select few who enjoyed Voyager (and if so, welcome aboard), you have to admit that the show did come up with some stinkers from time to time. Since I’ve already done a run down of Voyager’s best ten episodes, the time has come to turn our attention to the bottom of the barrel, and examine the ten episodes we really could have done without. Continue reading


High Delta Flyers: The Ten Best Episodes of Star Trek Voyager

Star Trek Voyager had its high points and its low points. Those who dislike the series would argue that it was all a low point, but I remain unashamed in my enjoyment of Voyager as a whole. What follows are ten times where the fourth member of the Star Trek family delivered some excellent television. Continue reading

The Great Star Trek Voyager Rewatch: Renaissance Man

Something doesn’t seem quite right with Captain Janeway. Why would the same captain who has fought against every obstacle to get home now be content to surrender the ship’s warp core and have the crew settle on the nearest M-class planet? But what the crew don’t know is that ‘Janeway’ is actually The Doctor in disguise, and that he is being coerced into helping the aliens who captured the real Janeway. Continue reading

The Great Star Trek Voyager Rewatch: Natural Law

On the way to a conference about warp mechanics, Chakotay and Seven end up crash landing on a continent inhabited by a primitive indigenous people. The locals are friendly and keen to help, but how much can Chakotay and Seven risk relying on them without breaking the Prime Directive? Meanwhile, Paris breaks local traffic laws in the Delta Flyer, and is forced to attend a three day course on flight training. Continue reading