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Good Shepherd

Review

Series : Voyager Rating : 4
Disc No : 6.5 Episode : 140
First Aired : 15 Mar 2000 Stardate : 53753.2
Director : Winrich Kolbe Year : 2376
Writers : Dianna Gitto Season : 6
Guest Cast :
Jay Underwood as Mortimer Harren
Michael Reisz as Billy Telfer
Tom Morello as Crewman Mitchell
Zoe McLellan as Celes Tal
YATI : They all act as if everything was just fine at the end of this episode, yet Harren murdered the alien - Janeway said as much herself. Isn't he going to face any disciplinary action?
Great Moment : The whole teaser sequence, swooping in on Janeway then following her order through the ship before swooping out of a window on deck 15, is superbly done.
Body Count : One dark matter alien worm.
Factoid : Tom Morello, guitarist from the band "Rage Against the Machine", makes an appearance in this episode.
Quote : "If it wanted to get to know me better, it should have just asked me out for a drink!" - Tefler on being implanted with an alien worm

Plotline

An efficiency analysis by Seven of Nine highlights three crewmembers who are performing well under par and have never been on an away mission. Janeway decides to take the trio to survey a local star cluster. Unfortunately, the Flyer is badly damaged shortly after arrival and Janeway must deal with what may be a natural phenomenon or a deliberate attack while nursemaiding her young charges.


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