Voyager is caught in a swirley thing - it's interior devoid
of stars. But there's plenty of life in the form of other
stranded ships and not all of them friendly...
Void is a Sargasso Sea in space, and to judge by
the number of new ships it sucks in - on a daily basis - the
cosmos is a very busy place. So how does Janeway get her crew
out? By forming an alliance with some of the other stranded
crews in the hope that their combined energy reserves will
be enough to blast back into reality.
Void is dull, moralistic and so full of technobabble that
the story ceases to make much sense after about 15 minutes.
crew of Voyager are working on a factory planet unaware that
they shouldn't be there. They have individual lives are apparently
quite happy with their lot. It's only when Tuvoc begins to
remember things that the mystery starts to be revealed. Due
to a clumsy plot device Harry, the Doctor and Chakotay are
safe on Voyager but the trusty triumvirate have no idea where
their comrades have gone.
has an uncanny resemblance to a season four Stargate SG1
episode (Beneath the surface) - I'd be phoning up my
copyright lawyer - but that aside it's a wholly unremarkable
episode. But it is a two-parter so maybe the next episode
will lift the pace. Until then...
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