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Equinox, Part 2

Review

Series : Voyager Rating : 2
Disc No : 6.1 Episode : 121
First Aired : 22 Sep 1999 Stardate : Unknown
Director : David Livingston Year : 2376
Writers : Brannon Braga, Joe Menosky, Rick Berman Season : 6
Guest Cast :
John Savage as Captain Ransom
Olivia Birkelund as Ensign Gilmore
Rick Worthy as Noah Lessing
Titus Welliver as Lieutenant Max Burke
YATI : In this episode, Janeway says they are 50 light years from the planet where the Equinox encountered the aliens. Yet last episode, Ransom said his ship had travelled over ten thousand light years since he started using the aliens as fuel.
Great Moment : The scene where Janeway locks Lessing in the cargo bay and lets an alien in to kill him, while Chakotay becomes more and desperate to stop her, is my personal favourite.
Body Count : At least 3 dead, 13 wounded on Voyager plus 4 on the Equinox and several aliens
Factoid : The word 'equinox' refers to the two times each year when the day and night are of the same length, analogous to the way the "good' and 'evil' starships are equally matched in this episode.
Quote : "It's quite disconcerting to know that all someone has to do is flick a switch to turn me into Mr. Hyde" - EMH to Seven of Nine; on his behaviour onboard the Equinox

Plotline

With the Equinox crew revealed as traitors, Janeway is determined to hunt them down - but not all the opposition comes from without...


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