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The Thaw

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Title :
The Thaw
Series :
Voyager
Rating :
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Disc No :
Episode :
39
First Aired :
29 Apr 1996
Stardate :
Unknown
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When Harry complains that the acoustics on board are terrible, Tom replies that the ship was built for war, not for clarinet players. I thought Starships were ships of peace and exploration?

Plotline

Voyager encounters a planet on which people placed themselves in suspended animation to await the end of an ice age. However, they became locked into a strange virtual reality environment by a malevolent program created by their own minds.
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