gets fragmented into different time zones by an anomaly and
only Chakotay seems to notice. It soon becomes clear the ship's
first officer that unless the brake in time is not sealed Voyager
will become stranded - trapped between its past, present and
future. But how to convince a Janeway from the past that he
can be trusted..?
is too much, too quickly but despite an overload of time fragments
the episode bowls along fast enough to disguise the plot weaknesses.
It also manages to pack in some action and a few "quests"
from previous adventures.
clever but nonetheless good fun.
pregnant and she and Tom are delighted. if a little surprised.
But the mother-to-be soon starts worrying about how her child
will be treated. Will her Klingon genes come to dominate the
child's appearance? And if so, will the little girl get teased
like her mother did?
should be unwatchable. it should be cloying schmaltz. it should
be revolting sentimental. but it's not.
episode is actually well handled with a reasonable script.
And although it's not the best of the season by a long way,
it's also far from being the worst which it could easily have
been. Surprisingly good.