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Star Trek: Voyager: Season 3
Paris and Tuvok seek help in Los Angeles as evil Henry Starling (Ed Begley Jr.) takes The Doctor hostage and prepares to launch the time ship.
Genres: Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Adventure
Air Date: Nov 13, 1996
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The Voyager crew discovers several people who were abducted during 1937, including Amelia Earhart, cryogenically frozen on a distant planet. The Voyager crew discovers several people who were abducted during 1937, including Amelia Earhart, cryogenically frozen on a distant planet. The Voyager crew discovers several people who were abducted during 1937, including Amelia Earhart, cryogenically frozen on a distant planet.
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- Goofs On Voyager's bridge, Amelia Earhart asks Lt. Paris, "How fast?" Lt. Paris replies "Warp 9.9. In your terms, that's about 4 billion miles per second." Four billion miles per second is 21,505.38 faster than the speed of light. This would have let Voyager travel the 75,000 light years it was sent in about 3.5 years, thus ruining the storyline of being over 70 years from earth and the Federation.
Fred Noonan : [Noonan has been wounded, and the alcohol in his bloodstream is inhibiting the Doctor's attempts to heal him] There's just one thing I want to say to you first, even though it's four hundred years late. Amelia, I love you.
Amelia Earhart : Fred, you never said anything...
Fred Noonan : You're married, or you were. I guess he's dead now. I just wanted you to know before... before I met my maker.
The Doctor : There! That should do it.
Fred Noonan : Do what?
The Doctor : You're healed.
Fred Noonan : [Noonan looks, and his wound is gone] You mean I'm not gonna die?
The Doctor : Aside from a hangover, you're going to be fine.
Fred Noonan : [panicked] Oh, Amelia... you, uh, you gotta forget what I just told you! Promise me!
Amelia Earhart : [grinning] Fred, I already have.
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10 Beste Episodes of Star Trek: Voyager
Star Trek: Voyager has been a beloved science fiction classic for many years now. First airing in 1995 on UPN, it had a total of 8 seasons. Despite its popularity, some episodes have been ranked as some of the worst. In this list, we will explore the Star Trek: Voyager episodes that were ranked the worst by viewers.
The rankings were based on a combination of factors such as the writing, the plot, and the character development. Fans of the show were polled and asked to rank the episodes from best to worst. The results are compiled here to form a list of the worst episodes ranked by viewers.
Written by Sophie and last updated on Apr 18, 2023.
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#15 - Deadlock (Staffel 2 - Folge 21)
Deadlock is a fantastic episode of Star Trek: Voyager, with a lot of interesting elements for the viewers to enjoy. The stakes are high and the action is intense, with the Vidiians being formidable foes. The plot has some surprising twists, including a moment where Ensign Wildman's baby is beamed out in the last resort to save her life. There is also a lot of emotion in this episode, with the birth scene being a memorable one, and Ensign Wildman's baby ultimately dying.
The episode also features some clever writing with the resolution to the situation. Harry Kim is saved in an unexpected way, and Janeway's menage-a-deux is a memorable scene. The ending is also fitting, with Kim summarizing the weirdness of temporal mechanics and parallel universe episodes, and Janeway's iconic line about weird being part of the job. Overall, it is one of the best episodes of the show and a must-watch for any Star Trek fan.
The episode was rated 8,00 from 449 votes.
#14 - Year Of Hell (2) (Staffel 4 - Folge 9)
The "Year of Hell" episodes of Star Trek: Voyager are a great example of the show pushing the crew and the ship to the brink. With a skeleton crew, depleted resources, and a battered ship, the crew is desperate for help. Unfortunately, the use of the infamous Voyager-reset-button makes all of this seem moot, as nothing that was seen in the episodes has any lasting repercussions.
Kurtwood Smith's performance as the villain Annorax is a highlight, as he provides a nuanced and understandable antagonist. However, the episode also reveals Janeway's shortcomings as a captain. She acts in accordance with what she believes a captain should do instead of considering the best course of action, and her decisions are often disconnected from the individual situations. This makes Janeway one of the worst captains in Starfleet history.
The episode was rated 8,00 from 519 votes.
#13 - Distant Origin (Staffel 3 - Folge 23)
In the episode "Distant Origin" of Star Trek: Voyager, the crew encounters an alien paleontologist who believes he has discovered a common ancestral link between his people (the Voth) and humans. This would suggest that the Voth evolved on Earth and migrated to the Delta Quadrant millions of years ago, but his government is not willing to accept this interpretation of the evidence.
This episode is a great example of the core values of Star Trek. It portrays the consequences of challenging the foundation of a society and the fear of change of one's beliefs, while also encouraging us to reflect on the potential benefits of change. Not only that, but the episode also features some stunning make-up and special effects.
The episode was rated 8,04 from 406 votes.
#12 - Year Of Hell (1) (Staffel 4 - Folge 8)
The crew of the U.S.S Voyager come under attack from a mysterious Krenim Temporal Ship, which has the power to alter the course of evolution by wiping out entire species from the timeline. This double episode is packed with action, drama and ambition, with intricate FX and stage design adding to the impressive overall effect.
Kes had warned the crew about the Krenim before she left, but unfortunately, the warning fell on deaf ears. The crew entered the part of the galaxy anyway, and soon find out the devastating implications of their actions. Janeway is always doing her best for the crew, and her dedication is admirable. Sadly, in this timeline, Kes and her warning got erased too. It's a heavy episode, as the crew must confront the consequences of their mistake.
The episode was rated 8,05 from 528 votes.
#11 - Drone (Staffel 5 - Folge 2)
In the episode "Drone" of the show Star Trek: Voyager, a transporter accident merges some of Seven of Nine's Borg nanoprobes with the Doctor's 29th Century holo-emitter to create a 29th Century super-Borg. Jeri Ryan and J Paul Boehmer both deliver great performances in this episode, which is a major pivotal moment for Seven. She is reminded of her individuality and beauty, and has to come to terms with the strong emotions she has been suppressing.
The episode also highlights the different relationship the crew of Voyager have with the Borg, having a lot less hate involved. In the end, there is a genuine sense of loss as One sacrifices himself, and Seven is left with a painful reminder of her uniqueness and individuality. By the end of the episode, she has accepted herself for who she is and doesn't have to pretend to be something she is not. This episode resonates deeply with its audience and serves as a reminder of the victory of surviving this world.
The episode was rated 8,06 from 495 votes.
#10 - Timeless (Staffel 5 - Folge 6)
Star Trek Voyager's episode "Timeless" had a great plotline, full of surprising twists and turns. In this episode, Voyager uses a new quantum slipstream technology in an attempt to get home, but a miscalculation causes the ship to crash into an ice planet. Fifteen years later, the sole survivors, Chakotay and Kim, steal the Delta Flyer in an attempt to send a message back in time and avert the disaster, however, Captain Geordi LaForge is determined to stop them at all costs.
The episode also featured some unexpected characters, such as an intoxicated Seven and a Galaxy-class starship. Tom's character was out of the ordinary and it felt more like a role that B'Elanna should have had. Despite the fact that it raises the question of why Voyager doesn't just make several short slipstream jumps to get home, the episode was well received by the fans. Janeway's pronunciation of Harry's name as "Hairy" was also memorable.
The episode was rated 8,07 from 490 votes.
#9 - Blink of an Eye (Staffel 6 - Folge 12)
In the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Blink of an Eye", Voyager inadvertently helps to create a society within a short period of time and becomes the target of this society. This episode is a well-executed one as it touches upon a wide field of philosophical issues and is set on a fantastic looking planet with great stage design. It also addresses topics like time contraction, archaic civilization rapidly advancing, progress, religion/superstition and enlightenment/science, observer effects and violations of the prime directive.
The time-dilation trope is handled fairly well and the episode has a sweet and emotional story by the end. However, the writing can be quite lazy as the "alien" society is very human-like and mimics our history, social structure, beliefs, cultures and more. This can be seen as a missed opportunity as at the end of the episode, one wants to know how the development of this society will progress.
The episode was rated 8,09 from 473 votes.
#8 - Dark Frontier (2) (Staffel 5 - Folge 16)
The second part of the double feature, Dark Frontier (2), is an interesting episode that focuses on the ever-growing relationship between Seven of Nine and Captain Janeway. The Borg Queen makes a surprise return, but there's not an explanation as to how or why she's there. Despite the lack of explanation, it's still a good story for Seven, as Jeri Ryan's performance is great.
The Borg have become very weak enemies by this point in the show, with the crew being able to wander around on Borg ships without the Borg seeing them as a threat. The Queen tries to entice Seven back to the Collective, but her methods of "seduction" go nowhere. There are also some moments of bad writing, such as the Queen praising Seven for her uniqueness and then berating her for it. Additionally, Janeway makes an odd comment about preferring to suffocate rather than vaporise. All in all, it's a decent episode, but the first part is much better.
The episode was rated 8,11 from 218 votes.
#7 - Dark Frontier (1) (Staffel 5 - Folge 15)
In the episode of Star Trek: Voyager, Dark Frontier (1), the crew of Voyager are preparing to launch an attack on a damaged Borg Sphere to steal a trans-warp coil. This ambitious double feature set raises the question of whether it is wise to take such a risk when the ship is unexpectantly on a 70 year mission back home, unsupported and outnumbered. Although the premise of the Seven of Nine being deliberately sent to Voyager and then taken back by conversation with the Borg Queen is questionable, it does add to the suspense of the episode.
While some might argue that there is too much Borg featured in Voyager, the Borg are a well-established entity and provide a formidable nemesis that the crew of Voyager did not have in the Gamma Quadrant. However, their role does seem to have become a bit over-Borged and the Borg in this episode appear to act much more careless than those in TNG. This episode will no doubt have the audience at the edge of their seat wondering the outcome of the mission and the consequences of their actions.
The episode was rated 8,14 from 463 votes.
#6 - Relativity (Staffel 5 - Folge 24)
The episode Relativity of Star Trek: Voyager is a great example of a time travel story done right. It dives head-first into the genre with abandon, not caring too much about tidying things up. It brings back the fan-favorite Captain Braxton, played by a different actor this time, and gives a lot of screen-time to Seven of Nine, the main character of the show.
The episode is full of mysterious, exciting and suspenseful moments. It has different intersecting timelines that keep the viewers on their toes. Seven, the Doctor and even the Captain prove quite capable, as the stakes are high: one Voyager is destroyed in flight and even Seven dies. The ending is a bit of a let down, however, as it's quickly wrapped up and we're told not to worry too much about the paradox problems. There is also a continuity issue regarding the Doctor's activation, as we see a different moment to what was previously established. All in all, a great episode!
The episode was rated 8,15 from 451 votes.
#5 - Message in a Bottle (Staffel 4 - Folge 14)
In the Star Trek: Voyager episode Message in a Bottle, the crew discovers an ancient communications relay that extends to the Alpha Quadrant. With the help of the Doctor, they are able to send him to a Federation ship, the experimental U.S.S. Prometheus, only to find that the ship has been taken over by the Romulans.
The episode is full of suspense and high stakes, filled with entertaining moments and humorous dialogue. Andy Dick plays the EMH-2 and provides some comedic relief. It's a great episode that also moves the overall narrative of the show forward, introducing a new enemy in the form of the Hirogen, while also tying into the Dominion War story arc from the show Deep Space Nine. Additionally, the episode has some emotional moments at its conclusion. This is the first time that the Alpha Quadrant is made aware of Voyager's existence, which is a huge milestone. It's an enjoyable and memorable episode, and a fan favorite.
The episode was rated 8,16 from 486 votes.
#4 - Scorpion (2) (Staffel 4 - Folge 1)
The episode Scorpion (2) of Star Trek: Voyager follows the crew's attempt to negotiate with the Borg and secure safe passage for their ship and its crew. In order to help with the negotiations, the Borg send over a drone designated Seven of Nine as a representative of the collective. Seven of Nine provides an insight into the Borg collective and their tactical decision making.
The episode raises several questions, such as why a Borg ship has an atmosphere, and how Voyager gets their hands on Type III Phaser rifles. These questions are likely due to production issues, as it is established the Borg do not need air, and the Type III Phaser rifles were not introduced until two years after Voyager left the Alpha Quadrant. However, the episode still provides an entertaining and insightful look into the Borg collective and Seven of Nine's character.
The episode was rated 8,22 from 614 votes.
#3 - Scorpion (1) (Staffel 3 - Folge 26)
The first episode of Star Trek: Voyager's fourth season, "Scorpion," is an exciting one that marks a new beginning for the show. Voyager has entered Borg space, only to discover a greater threat than the Borg themselves. This is a surrender of sorts from the writers, admitting that they had exhausted the Delta Quadrant of interesting races and civilizations, and needed to bring back the Borg to fill the gaps. However, this episode brings with it the promise of an even greater menace, and we are presented with the introduction of Seven of Nine into the show.
The Janeway/Chakotay conflict is one that could have been incredibly compelling, but it is handled poorly in this episode. Janeway's inflexible insistence that she is always right is an example of her poorer character traits, and it does not work in this episode. Fortunately, she is redeemed by doing a lot of good elsewhere in the show. The teaser of this episode was thrilling, with something wiping out Borg cubes in mere seconds. This episode is an exciting and promising start to the season.
The episode was rated 8,23 from 547 votes.
#2 - Endgame (2) (Staffel 7 - Folge 26)
Admiral Kathryn Janeway's decision to change the past in an attempt to undo the toll taken on the crew during their arduous journey home is the focus of the final episode of the series. The episode is a hodgepodge of ideas, and while it is exciting, the lack of emotional gratification is stunning. The absence of any reaction, welcome-home scene, or emotional looking-back leaves the audience with unanswered questions and a feeling of disappointment.
Viewers are also divided on the episode. Despite the feeling of dissatisfaction, some still give the episode an 8/10 rating due to the relief of seeing the crew make it back to the Alpha Quadrant in one piece. However, they still feel that the finale should have been better, as it felt as though the writers were rushed to end the story without any resolution. Even Kathryn Janeway's reaction to her older self is considered to be not very credible, as she discusses breaking the rules with her older self.
The episode was rated 8,47 from 279 votes.
#1 - Endgame (1) (Staffel 7 - Folge 25)
Admiral Kathryn Janeway's bold decision to change the past in an attempt to undo the toll taken on the crew during their arduous journey home marks the beginning of the long awaited end for the series finale of Star Trek: Voyager. While seeing the future versions of the characters is entertaining, the structure of the episode and the resolution of the character stories feel rushed and out of place. The introduction of new plot elements such as Seven and Chakotay's relationship also doesn't make sense as it's too sudden. Furthermore, the reliance on the Borg as the "Swiss knife of story telling" to solve all their problems is a bit uninspiring. However, despite all the criticism, the episode still manages to be entertaining and the fact that a ship was named after the Ocean State was a nice touch.
The episode was rated 8,64 from 546 votes.
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National Treasure: Edge of History is a new action-adventure series brought to us by Disney + . Unlike the movies, the Series does not have Nicolas Cage as the main character, Benjamin Gates. The series instead follows the main character of Jess Valenzuela's journey as she uncovers a lost treasure, hidden for centuries. One of the notable aspects of the television series is the representation of women, with many adventure-action movies and shows typically featuring women as side-kicks or love interests of the main, male protagonist. We all love seeing action-packed characters like Indiana Jones and The Mummy's Rick O'Connell. However, it is refreshing to see another female Tomb-raider-like character on our screens!
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Why the Soviet Union's nuclear-powered cruisers spooked the US into bringing back its battleships
- Russia's Kirov-class nuclear-powered battlecruisers are among the world's most imposing warships.
- The Kirovs' fortunes fell along with the Soviet Union, but Russia has invested in upgrading them.
With the possible exception of the aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov, no ships in the Russian navy are as important or held in higher regard than Kirov-class nuclear-powered battlecruisers.
At 827 feet long and with a displacement of more than 24,000 tons, they are the largest surface combat ships in the world that are not aircraft carriers, and their massive armament of missiles makes them among the most powerful warships ever built.
Arriving in the late stages of the Cold War, the Kirovs were seen as a major threat — so much so that all four of the US Navy's Iowa-class battleships were reactivated and rearmed in part to deal with them.
A nuclear battlecruiser
The Kirovs were not the first nuclear warships. The US Navy had nine nuclear cruisers and three nuclear-powered aircraft carriers in service by the time the first battlecruiser, Kirov, was commissioned into the Soviet navy in 1980.
But their sheer size and massive armament set them apart from their nuclear and conventional US counterparts. They were so large that Western observers designated them "battlecruisers," the first ships to receive that designation since World War II.
Five of the ships were planned but only four were built. Three of them, Kirov, Frunze, and Kalinin, entered service before the breakup of the Soviet Union, after which they were renamed Admiral Ushakov, Admiral Lazarev, and Admiral Nakhimov, respectively.
The fourth ship, Pyotr Velikiy (Russian for "Peter the Great"), was commissioned in 1998, almost a decade after its launch.
The Soviets designated them "heavy nuclear-powered guided-missile cruisers," and like most of the Soviet fleet, they were intended to counter the threat of US Navy carrier groups and nuclear submarines, the biggest priorit ies for the Soviet navy in the event of war .
Because they had nuclear propulsion, their range was limited only by mechanical problems, food supplies, and crew comfort. That extended range allowed them to pose a greater threat to carriers than other surface ships in the fleet.
Armed to the teeth
While American supercarriers are larger, no other warship is as well armed as the Kirovs.
The primary armament is 20 P-700 supersonic anti-ship missiles, each of them carrying a 1,600-pound high-explosive warhead. They could also carry low-yield nuclear warheads.
The ships also have a layered anti-air defense suite, consisting of 96 S-300F and 40 9K33 Osa surface-to-air missiles, along with six Kortik close-in weapon systems.
Each Kortik has two 30 mm Gatling guns capable of firing more than 4,000 rounds a minute and eight 9M311 anti-aircraft missiles, with an additional 144 9M311s in storage.
Ten torpedo tubes can fire Type 53 torpedoes as well as RPK-2 Vyuga and RPK-6 Vodopad anti-submarine missiles . A single double-barreled AK-130 130 mm gun and multiple anti-submarine rocket launchers are also present, as is a hangar and landing pad for three Ka-25 or Ka-27 helicopters.
There are slight variations among the four ships. Admiral Ushakov, for instance, had two single-barreled AK-100 100 mm guns and a twin SS-N-14 Silex anti-submarine missile launcher. Even with their differences, they were still considered some of the most heavily armed vessels on the seas.
President Ronald Reagan, elected the same year Kirov was commissioned, worried about the increased Soviet naval power and pledged to bring the total number of US Navy vessels to 600.
Part of the plan involved reactivating all four Iowa-class battleships and arming them with Harpoon and Tomahawk missiles, as well as Phalanx close-in weapons system.
Time in service
The first three Kirovs were commissioned in 1980, 1984, and 1988. Although they saw limited service with the Soviet navy's Pacific and northern fleets, they were a source of anxiety for NATO naval commanders.
After the Soviet Union collapsed, Russia could not afford to keep all the battlecruisers operational.
Admiral Ushakov was taken out of service in 1990 after an accident with its rector, and Admiral Lazarev was permanently docked in 1999. Both are set to be scrapped this year.
Admiral Nakhimov was commissioned in 1988 but was rarely deployed after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, and in 1997 it entered the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk for upgrades.
As the newest battlecruiser, Pyotr Velikiy is more modern and is the only vessel of the class in active service.
As the flagship of Russia's Northern Fleet, Pyotr Velikiy has operated in Europe, South America, Asia, and Africa. In 2009, it captured 10 pirates off the coast of Somalia in what is perhaps the most uneven match in naval history.
Despite the Kirovs' fall from grace, the Russian navy is attempting to revive their glory days with a complete refit of Admiral Nakhimov, which began in earnest in 2014. The battlecruiser will receive new weapons, radars, and other electronics.
The specifics of Nakhimov's new arsenal are not known, but the 3M22 Zircon hypersonic missile , reportedly capable of reaching speeds up to Mach 9, is expected to be a large part of it. Smaller than a P-700, Admiral Nakhimov could be able to carry as many as 60 Zircons.
Admiral Nakhimov's upgraded arsenal could also include Kalibr cruise missiles and dual-purpose Oniks land-attack and anti-ship missiles.
Weapons that will be included after the refit are the Fort-M surface-to-air missile system, the Pantsir-M CIWS, and the Paket-NK and Otvet anti-submarine missiles.
Russian officials have said they expect Admiral Nakhimov to be delivered to the Navy by late 2022. It will be the most powerful warship in the entire Russian navy and one of the most powerful in the world.