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The 37's

Review

Series : Voyager Rating : 3
Disc No : 2.1 Episode : 20
First Aired : 28 Aug 1995 Stardate : 48975.1
Director : James L. Conway Year : 2371
Writers : Brannon Braga, Jeri Taylor Season : 2
Guest Cast :
Brenda Jean as Karyn Berlin
David Graf as Fred Noonan
James Saito as Nogami
John Rubenstein as John Evansville
Lesley Kahn as Captain Viterian
Mel Winkler as Jack Hayes
Sharon Lawrence as Amelia Earhart
YATI : I find it real hard to believe that Amelia Earhart, a world famous pilot, would give up the chance to fly off with Voyager so that she could settle down on a planet for the rest of her life.
Great Moment : Janeway and Chakotay arriving at the cargo bay, nervous as to how many people they will lose, only to find nobody there.
Body Count : Zero.
Factoid : This episode establishes that Voyager's current crew complement is 152.
Quote : "It is a tempting prospect, but when I hold it up against the prospect of seeing the sunrise over the Arizona desert, or swimming in the gulf of Mexico on a summer's day, there's just no comparison. I want to go home." - Chakotay to Janeway; on settling in the delta quadrant

Plotline

After finding a 1930's Earth automobile floating in space, Voyager locates more Earth artefacts on a nearby planet. But soon they are turning up Humans in suspended animation - and one of them is none other than Amelia Earhart, missing from Earth since 1937.


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