A ship-load of dangerous criminals and their wardens get
beamed aboard Voyager as the result of a freak accident. But
it soon becomes clear that the captors and their captives
are not so dissimilar.
twists and turns, keeping the audience guessing who are the
good guys and who are the real villains. We side first with
one crew member and then another until the final switch which,
unfortunately, is a little too convenient. However, along
the way the episode has some real depth and emotion, albeit
tempered by some stiff-necked Star Fleet protocol.
group of dispossessed Klingons attack Voyager. But what is
an 80-year-old War Bird doing so far from home. The mystery
deepens when the Klingons destroy their own ship, marooning
the entire crew aboard the Star Fleet vessel...
is a story about myth and longing, Klingon singing and above
all, honour. If you like Klingons it's a fine episode. If
you find them dull and boorish it'll prove a chore. Oh yeah,
B'Elanna may be some sort of Klingon prophet and her unborn
baby a saviour. Confused? You will be.
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