||What a load of chatlh! (I think that's the Klingon for balderdash) OK, the idea of an episode about the Klingon afterlife makes sense in some way and fits in with Voyager's ideas about bringing in elements of spirituality, but it was done really badly. Firstly, I got the sense that B'Elanna was hallucinating almost straight away, and that makes sense. She came back, and that's where it all went wrong. The idea that she might come up with some sort of insane plan to try and save her mother's soul is in character, but the notion that Janeway might actually sanction it is ridiculous. It would have been much better if she had turned it down flat, then B'Elanna had gone to the holodeck and tried it anyway, and the others had rescued her just in time. Then there was the whole 'Voyager as hell' thing, which did not really make much sense. Personally, I think it would have been far better if we had had more time in the real world, with B'Elanna trying to deal with the situation before deciding on her insane plan. There could have been much more character development that way. Chatlh from stem to stern.