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Time and Again

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Title : Time and Again Rating : 3
First Aired : 30 Jan 1995 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Les Landau Year : 2371
Writers : David Kemper Season : 1
Rating : 3.0000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Indefatigable Rating : 3
Review : Once again, we have a case of effect before cause. The polaric power situation, and of course the protests, bear a decided resemblance to the debate over nuclear power here on Earth. Portraying it as very dangerous is a bit odd in the Trek world, where thermonuclear power is common and antimatter power is at the heart of almost every warp-capable ship. However, we know that this really was extremely dangerous, unlike nuclear power, and we had a ticking time-bomb. They then succeeded in keeping some tension going, which was not so bad, until it ended in a complete paradox. We also saw Kes playing a part that nobody else could, something they would struggle with later on. Not all that bad for early Voyager.
Reviewer : =NoPoet= Rating : 3
Review : This was the first episode of Voyager I watched and I was so caught up in the idea of a new crew in a beautiful, super-advanced new ship, being cut off from home and everything we know about Trek. I don't think this is a particularly brilliant ep, it made me feel like it was set in 1980s America which is a bit weird for a show in the Delta Quadrant; it seems like the people behind Voyager couldn't quite accept there would be no alpha quadrant, at least not for years to come. Still, as the episode that reintroduced me to Star Trek, I cannot fault this.
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