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The Killing Game, Part 1

Review

Series : Voyager Rating : 3
Disc No : 4.5 Episode : 86
First Aired : 4 Mar 1998 Stardate : 51715.2
Director : David Livingston Year : 2374
Writers : Brannon Braga, Joe Menosky Season : 4
Guest Cast :
Danny Goldring as Alpha Hirogen
David Keith Anderson. as Ensign Ashmore
J. Paul Boehmer as Nazi Kapitan
Mark Deakins as Hirogen SS Officer
Mark Metcalf as Hirogen Medic
Paul Eckstein as Young Hirogen
Peter Hendrixson as Klingon
Body Count : One Voyager fatality is mentioned. One Hirogen is killed by Janeway. The total casulaties of this episode could be a significant fraction of the crew - we just don't know.

Plotline

Voyager is captured by the Hirogen and her crew are implanted with devices which force false personalities and memories on them so that they can partake in elaborate holodeck recreations of battles. With many of the officers now fighting in World War II, the Hriogen adopt the guise of Nazis.All hell breaks loose on Voyager when US and Free French forces break out of the holodeck and start hunting the hunters.
Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 7,425 Last updated : 10 Apr 2004