Delta Redux2020-12-02T10:05:17-07:00

TACHYON EMMISIONS

Delta Redux

Delta Redux: A Voyager Rewatch: Meld

After the ill-conceived cluster that was Threshold, Voyager serves up a truly great episode in Meld. In complete contrast to the previous episode Meld is well written, well-acted and tells a story with real consequences that will last throughout the series run.  That right there is a welcome change. As I’ve said multiple times season 2 has been a slog and I’ve found myself a bit unenthused at the prospect of yet another underwhelming episode

By |June 5th, 2017|

Delta Redux: A Voyager Rewatch: Threshold

So now we come to Threshold. This episode is considered by many fans to be the worst episode of Star Trek, not just Voyager mind you – but the entire franchise. This is simply not true. There are in my opinion far worse episodes in the Star Trek universe. Remember the space hippies in the original series? Or the time Sisco was visited by a dream version of the greatest baseball player in history

By |May 29th, 2017|

Delta Redux: A Voyager Rewatch: Alliances

Alliances is an episode that packs several great ideas into it and, as is becoming typical of Voyager as a whole, fails to adequately follow through on any of them. That is not to say that this isn’t an enjoyable episode, it is. And the fact that it is trying all those ideas is admirable, but at the same time the lack of exploration of those ideas is becoming frustrating. The story opens in

By |April 9th, 2017|

Delta Redux: A Voyager Rewatch: Prototype

Robots are used in science fiction stories in some pretty standard ways. One as a stand-in for humanity itself, a way to question what it means to be alive - what life really is - and as a reflection of how we treat each other. They are made to look like us, act like us and to at least simulate emotion. But are they really alive? Do they have rights? If this is so then

By |March 21st, 2017|

A Voyager Rewatch. Every episode (for as long as we can take it)


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