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Alice

Review

Series : Voyager Rating : 2
Disc No : 6.2 Episode : 125
First Aired : 20 Oct 1999 Stardate : Unknown
Director : David Livingston Year : 2376
Writers : Juliann deLayne Season : 6
Guest Cast :
Claire Rankin as Alice John Fleck as Abaddon
YATI : The particle fountain seen in this episode appears to be a natural phenomenon, whereas the last time we saw something of that name it was a machine used in some sort of orbital mining.
Great Moment : Tom Paris freaking out at B'Elanna in the corridor when she threatens to tell the Captain about his actions. Another great performance by Robert Duncan McNeil.
Body Count : Zero, unless you count Alice.
Factoid : The Alice shuttle is a heavy modification of the Type 9 shuttle set.
Quote : "Maybe you can explain why every time he finds a new hobby I go right out the airlock?" - Torres to Kim on her relationship with Paris.

Plotline

When Tom Paris buys a shuttle from a junkyard dealer, the ships neural interface has some unexpected side effects on him, while the craft itself almost seems to have a mind of its own...


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