||Good episode, better than the first part. Splitting up the action worked fairly well. The part I followed most was the Doctor and Suder aboard the ship, good performances by both actors. That was where the important stuff happened, and you really got the sense of that. It's a pity they killed off Suder, he might have been good for a few more stories, and Brad Dourif's performance was the best of the episode. On the planet, Janeway and Chakotay (whose foolishness had landed everyone there in the first place) seemed to be doing their best to redeem themselves. We could be certain that the crew would survive, and thus it proved to be a bit of a side-show. Finally, Tom's phaser effects. Good plan, but it seemed a bit haphazard and stood a good chance of failure. What if the Kazon had repelled the boarders successfully? It might have been an idea to flood the ship with nerve gas or something (no effect on the Doctor, and Suder would probably survive) then board in space suits and cart the Kazon off to the escape pods. The CGI 'Land Eel' (apparently that's what it was called) was an interesting experiment, and it seemed to prove itself judging by all the CGI creatures we got later on. Finally, I think we have seen the last of the Kazon. Good riddance!