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Spirit Folk

Review

Series : Voyager Rating : 3
Disc No : 6.5 Episode : 137
First Aired : 23 Feb 2000 Stardate : Unknown
Director : David Livingston Year : 2376
Writers : Bryan Fuller Season : 6
Guest Cast :
Bairbre Dowling as Edith Mulchaey
Duffy McIntire as Grace Declan
Fintan McKeown as Michael Sullivan
Henriette Ivanans as Maggie O'Halloran
Ian Abercrombie as Milo
Ian Patrick Williams as Dr. Fitzgerald
Richard Riehle as Seamus
YATI : When Harry and Kim are trying to fix the program, they claim that it is easier to do it from the holodeck itself than from the holo-lab. There's no reason this should be so, except that it gives the locals a chance to catch the two officers and so continue the story.
Great Moment : Maggie turning into a cow just as lucky Kim tries to kiss her.
Body Count : Zero, but one holographic Irish woman is turned into a cow for a while and the Curse of Kim makes an appearance when he's nearly burnt to death in the village square.
Factoid : Fintan McKeown, who plays Michael Sullivan, also played Pat Mulligan in the film "Waking Ned".
Quote : "I've got a boyfriend who malfunctions!" - Janeway to Chakotay on her holographic partner

Plotline

When Toms Fair Haven holoprogram begins to malfunction, the residents become aware that the visitors to their town are not what they seem. Unfortunately, the explanation they choose puts Harry and Tom in danger and threatens Janeway's relationship with her holographic boyfriend Michael.


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