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Phage

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Title : Phage Rating : 3
First Aired : 6 Feb 1995 Stardate : 48532.4
Director : Winrich Kolbe Year : 2371
Writers : Timothy De Haas Season : 1
Rating : 3.0000 for 1 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Indefatigable Rating : 3
Review : The Delta Quadrant seems a very hostile place. Unprovoked attacks to steal organs directly out of people's bodies are particularly nasty, and that set up a decent plot. This introduced the Vidiians, with Frankenstein creations for bodies. They seem much more effective than the Kazon, partly from the moral conflict they seem to have. The ones here tried to take organs from the dead where they could, and saved Neelix's life even when they did not have to. Ethan Phillips seems convincing most of the way through, making Neelix look very highly strung, which makes sense. Robert Picardo was beginning to grow the EMH as a character as well. Note his reaction when it is suggested that he might sing, very ironic in line of where the character went. The 'hall of mirrors' trick was curious as well, seemingly a baited trap that required another use of 'phadar' to defeat. Verdict, not bad at all.
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