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Title : Retrospect Rating : 2
First Aired : 25 Feb 1998 Stardate : 51658.2
Director : Jesus Salvador Trevino Year : 2374
Writers : Andrew Shepard Price, Mark Gaberman Season : 4
Rating : 2.0000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : ajdedo Rating : 2
Review : In retrospect, It was flashback to my social studies classes. And few politically charged words and phrases were thrown in there just in case the viewer wasn't sure what they were eluding to. But really, more importantly, did Voyager ever get those new weapons?
Reviewer : Platonian Rating : 2
Review : I've seen this episode before -- a couple of times -- but viewing it now, in the odious light of STD, has given me a wholly new perspective. This episode would be impossible to air now, in late 2019. SPOILER ALERT. Kovin would have to be guilty. He would have to be judged, sentenced and executed, no doubt with a suitable Soviet-style "show trial" to make the proceedings more festive. Seven of Nine couldn't possibly be wrong, even if the facts of the case show otherwise. The facts are wrong, nothing but a pack of lies perpetrated by the "Patriarchy." (No doubt the force behind Section 31.) It is a testimony to the integrity of "Voyager" that ambiguity, the possibility for doubt, was allowed to be expressed. In the #MeToo movement's darling, STD, such subtlety and nuance would NEVER be allowed.
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