B’Elanna argues with an intelligent missile she previously programmed (with her own voice and a Cardassian target) to spare the lives of Delta Quadrant innocents. Chakotay forgot to show up for this episode.
15 years in the future, a grizzled Harry (it’s just Harry now) has survivor’s guilt and decides to right a wrong with a long-distance phone call to the past. Seven gets drunk on synthehol.
Kes eats bugs and dirt and wants to make some babies with Neelix. We don’t understand it either.
Our first two-parter! Featuring Hirogen Nazis. Because we weren’t getting enough Nazis in modern discourse recently apparently.
The crew debates whether the eponymous chute is actually more of a duct, Tom and Harry get the clamp, and Janeway makes deals with terrorists for some reason.
Janeway does her best Ripley impression, Neelix gets gooped, and The Doctor botches his first away mission. Featuring Harry on jazz flute probably. And a new shipping game!
While Mario was on an away mission to Comic-Con, we put together a clip show of deleted scenes from episodes 1-6! We explore what would happen if holodecks were real, the proclivities of certain face-tattoo’d crew members, and human-avian relations. Note that the safety protocols are disabled for this episode (in other words, super NSFW).
Mario found a for-reals murder mystery episode. It’s Tom’s word against the victim’s, and Tuvok’s on the case! A bird-woman vamps.
It’s a Janeway/Chakotay ship and Jenn is the only one onboard with it. Acting Captain Tuvok can’t get no respect.
Quantum Anarchist Jim recommended Voyager season 2, episode 16, “Meld”, where Tuvok gets inside the mind of a murderer and struggles to resist killing Neelix.