History Series / StarTrekVoyager

14th Oct '17 2:28:14 AM FracturedArtifact
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**Captain Kathryn Janeway once succinctly described her discovery of an illusion as such: "Either I've become impervious to anti-matter explosions or we're still dreaming."
14th Oct '17 2:22:43 AM FracturedArtifact
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*WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Captain Janeway has exactly one fear: Time travel. Obviously, Voyager ends up ricocheting through time like she was being piloted by H.G. Wells. And they do this not once, not twice, but every few episodes. By the time they get home, Janeway is older than herself.
27th Sep '17 3:16:07 PM Bisected8
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* TheStoryThatNeverWas: In a season-one episode, there's a time paradox centered on a polaron-based power grid on a pre-warp civilization's planet in the Delta Quadrant. Tom Paris and Captain Janeway end up falling through a hole in time that was caused by the power grid's accidental detonation. [[spoiler: The twist is that the future-Voyager-crew's own attempt to rescue Paris and Janeway is what ''caused'' the detonation, and Janeway realizing this and using a phaser to stop the rescue attempt resets the timeline, preventing the detonation and in turn preventing them from going back in time in the first place.]]
20th Sep '17 2:43:32 PM FracturedArtifact
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**In “Timeless”, Voyager makes improvements to the warp drive that would get them home in a couple of days, [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption thus ending the show]]. The new drive creates a Quantum Slipstream that the ship would ride through, but the simulations keep having the ship blow up because it can’t compensate for the fluctuations in the Slipstream. Harry solves this problem by riding ahead of Voyager in the Slipstream in a smaller shuttle craft. He would take readings, calculate for fluctuations, and send those back to Voyager. This is pure nonsense for a lot of reasons, but the one that sticks out (and blew up the ship) was that Harry made the calculations himself instead of programing the computer to do it, which would have saved all the time and prevented all the mistakes. A problem that was not lost on the writers when, in the episode “Fury”, Janeway points out that the computer can plot vectors “a bit faster” than Tom, who is plotting them manually.
14th Sep '17 7:12:50 PM Unicorndance
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* PolkaDotDisease: In "Favourite Son", Harry Kim's DNA begins changing and he develops spots. These spots remind him of a time when he was sick with a kind of pox as a child.
12th Sep '17 4:41:27 PM Luppercus
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* LivingDinosaurs: The Voth in "Distant Origin" are the descendants of hadrosaurs that left Earth after discovering space travel.
2nd Sep '17 8:10:37 AM GrammarNavi
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* PygmalionPlot: "Someone To Watch Over Me": The Doctor and Tom Paris make a bet on whether or not The Doctor can get Seven a date for a diplomatic function. It plays out almost exactly like past PygmalionPlot films, especially ''ShesAllThat'' as Seven becomes scornful of the Doctor once the bet is revealed to her and leads her to believe their past interactions were faked.

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* PygmalionPlot: "Someone To Watch Over Me": The Doctor and Tom Paris make a bet on whether or not The Doctor can get Seven a date for a diplomatic function. It plays out almost exactly like past PygmalionPlot films, especially ''ShesAllThat'' ''Film/ShesAllThat'' as Seven becomes scornful of the Doctor once the bet is revealed to her and leads her to believe their past interactions were faked.
28th Aug '17 10:32:37 PM TheRoguePenguin
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-->''Neelix:'' We lost communication with Voyager thirty seconds ago. You don't have to impress me with your... technobabble!

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-->''Neelix:'' --->''Neelix:'' We lost communication with Voyager thirty seconds ago. You don't have to impress me with your... technobabble!technobabble!
** Reruns on BBC America make fun of this, rolling a promo consisting of nothing but technobabble. There's quite a bit of material to work with.
28th Aug '17 4:53:09 AM AdamC
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* ComfortFood: The concept is discussed in an early episode, with Neelix needing to be introduced to the idea when various crew members ask him to cook comfort foods to help cope with the stress of being stranded in the Delta Quadrant.

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* ComfortFood: ComfortFood:
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The concept is discussed in an early episode, with Neelix needing to be introduced to the idea when various crew members ask him to cook comfort foods to help cope with the stress of being stranded in the Delta Quadrant. Quadrant.
** PlayedForDrama in one episode, where B'Elanna is suffering from clinical depression and tries ordering comfort food (in her case banana pancakes) to shake herself out of it. She's visibly disappointed when it doesn't work. TruthInTelevision, as this isn't uncommon for people who are clinically depressed.
14th Aug '17 4:19:43 PM Meepmeep189
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The double-length pilot episode saw the ''USS Voyager'', under the command of Captain Kathryn Janeway, called in to apprehend a paramilitary group led by Chakotay, a renegade Starfleet officer. In the midst of trying to locate him, ''Voyager'' was yanked across the galaxy by an alien known as the Caretaker, which was also responsible for abducting Chakotay's ship. During a battle with the Kazon, [[AlwaysChaoticEvil the local space-faring thugs,]] Janeway destroyed the device that had abducted them rather than let it be misused. This had the effect of now stranding both crews in the Delta Quadrant, on the other side of the galaxy, [[TheHomewardJourney seventy-five years' travel time from home.]]

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The double-length pilot episode saw the ''USS Voyager'', under the command of Captain Kathryn Janeway, called in to apprehend a paramilitary group led by Chakotay, a renegade Starfleet officer. In the midst of trying to locate him, ''Voyager'' was yanked across the galaxy by an alien known as the Caretaker, which who was also responsible for abducting Chakotay's ship. During a battle with the Kazon, [[AlwaysChaoticEvil the local space-faring thugs,]] Janeway destroyed the device that had abducted them rather than let it be misused. This had the effect of now stranding both crews in the Delta Quadrant, on the other side of the galaxy, [[TheHomewardJourney seventy-five years' travel time from home.]]
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