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Star Trek VOY: Q2
Season 7, Episode 19
TNL Rating: 6 Solid
Running Time 1:22

Crew of the Relativity

  • Captain Chris Sixx, a Trill
  • Science Officer Keri, possibly a Q
  • Engineering Officer Mike, a photonic engineer
  • Hologram Ben, a photonic person who interferes

Join the crew of the USS Relativity in the 31st century as they travel back in time to review previous missions of great Starfleet ships and space stations. After reviewing each episode, the crew also tries earning a quatload of quatloos by answering historical trivia.

Episode Info

Q has a bouncing baby teenager, who seems to be having some teen angst. At least Q didn’t go to Picard on this one!

Episode Pictures (click for hi-res):

Sorry! I wanted to get this episode out ASAP, but life has been crazy. I haven’t captured the pics yet.

 

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Next Episode: We see the Dominion war start to ramp up in the Star Trek DS9 episode “In Purgatory’s Shadow.”

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07 scarecrowA Q scare crow? Why do they have a scarecrow? Could some other aliens be harassing the Q?

Star Trek VOY: Death Wish
Season 2, Episode 18
TNL Rating: 9 Inspirational
Running Time 1:19

Crew of the Relativity

  • Captain Chris Sixx, a Trill
  • Science Officer Keri, possibly a Q
  • Engineering Officer Mike, a photonic engineer
  • Hologram Ben, a photonic person who interferes

Join the crew of the USS Relativity in the 31st century as they travel back in time to review previous missions of great Starfleet ships and space stations. After reviewing each episode, the crew also tries earning a quatload of quatloos by answering historical trivia.

Episode Info

The crew of the Voyager accidentally liberates a Q who had been imprisoned in an comet floating in interstellar space. He was imprisoned there by the Q because he wanted to commit suicide. Q shows up demanding that Q get back in his prison, however Q requests asylum. Now it’s up to Janeway to decide the future of the Q Continuum.

Episode Pictures (click for hi-res):

Voyager is attacked by protons!

Voyager is attacked by protons!

Q and Colonel Thaddeus "Old Iron Boots" Riker who commanded the 102nd New York Infantry during Sherman's march to Atlanta. He was wounded in Georgia, and was rescued by Q.

Q and Colonel Thaddeus “Old Iron Boots” Riker who commanded the 102nd New York Infantry during Sherman’s march to Atlanta. He was wounded in Georgia, and was rescued by Q.

Riker, Janeway, and a picture of Riker's ancestor in the US Civil War

Riker, Janeway, and a picture of Riker’s ancestor in the US Civil War

Maury Ginsberg, Isaac Newton, and William Riker

Maury Ginsberg, Isaac Newton, and William Riker

Double Q facepalm

Double Q facepalm

Q puts Q on the stand

Q puts Q on the stand

 

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03 the binding ceremonyThe Teresian’s binding ceremony. Taymon will be lead away to be murdered by having the nucleus of all his cells removed.

Star Trek VOY: Favorite Son
Season 3, Episode 20
TNL Rating: 2 Tedious
Running Time 2:20 – At the end, we talk about the new Star Trek series.

Crew of the Relativity

  • Captain Chris Sixx, a Trill
  • Science Officer Keri, possibly a Q
  • Engineering Officer Mike, a photonic engineer
  • Hologram Ben, a photonic person who interferes

Join the crew of the USS Relativity in the 31st century as they travel back in time to review previous missions of great Starfleet ships. After reviewing each episode, the crew also tries earning a quatload of quatloos by answering historical trivia.

Episode Info

Okay, by now Captain Janeway should be suspicious any time a woman takes an interest in Harry, let alone a planet of women.

Episode Pictures (click for hi-res):

Torres burned in the face!

Torres burned in the face!

When the girls love Harry Kim, you know something's wrong.

When the girls love Harry Kim, you know something’s wrong.

Harry tries a little role-reversal on the women.

Harry tries a little role-reversal on the women.

Harry's new friend, Taymon, has become a mummy.

Harry’s new friend, Taymon, has become a mummy.

 

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Next Episode: Treknologic finishes season 5 as they visit the Star Trek babies as they review the TAS episode “The Counter-Clock Incident.” Bonus: Bill beams in for the next episode as we visit his native universe.

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000 kes convinces kes This is from the end of the episode where holographic young Kes convinces old Kes that it was her choice to leave Voyager, and thus the plot is resolved.

 

Star Trek VOY: Fury
Season 6, Episode 23
TNL Rating: 6 Solid
Running Time 1:32

Crew of the Relativity

  • Captain Chris Sixx, a Trill
  • Science Officer Keri, possibly a Q
  • Engineering Officer Mike, a photonic engineer
  • Hologram Ben, a photonic person who interferes

Join the crew of the USS Relativity in the 31st century as they travel back in time to review previous missions of great Starfleet ships. After reviewing each episode, the crew also tries earning a quatload of quatloos by answering historical trivia.

Episode Info

It’s been a few years since we saw Kes. In this episode, she furiously and explosively visits the Voyager. She uses the warp core to travel back in time to try to send the young Kes back to Ocampa.

Episode Pictures (click for hi-res):

Kes is back, and it looks like she needs help.

Kes is back, and it looks like she needs help.

For the SFX of the telepathic shove, they must have wanted to save money. They immediately switch to a negative image (seen above), then fade the negative away quickly. This effect was used in the 1960's Doctor Who episodes as a way of Dalek's firing their weapon.

For the SFX of the telepathic shove, they must have wanted to save money. They immediately switch to a negative image (seen above), then fade the negative away quickly. This effect was used in the 1960’s Doctor Who episodes as a way of Dalek’s firing their weapon.

A nice view of half the hydroponics bay. Notice the table of plants closest to the camera. Further notice that there is a very nice Kes-sized "coffin" underneath said table.  :-)

A nice view of half the hydroponics bay. Notice the table of plants closest to the camera. Further notice that there is a very nice Kes-sized “coffin” underneath said table. ūüôā

A nice view of the Doctor's props.

A nice view of the Doctor’s props.

Old Kes injects new Kes. The positioning is a bit off on the effect, but you don't notice too much.

Old Kes injects new Kes. The positioning is a bit off on the effect, but you don’t notice too much.

Tom Paris suggest that Neelix' new creation be called, "The Greasy Neelix."

Tom Paris suggest that Neelix’ new creation be called, “The Greasy Neelix.”

Shuttle Bay 2. Note that the shuttles are hatchbacks.

Shuttle Bay 2. Note that the shuttles are hatchbacks.

Kes sabotages the Doctor's attempt to resuscitate Tuvok.

Kes sabotages the Doctor’s attempt to resuscitate Tuvok.

Voyager powers away from the Vidiian's grapples, sacrificing a section of the hull in the process.

Voyager powers away from the Vidiian’s grapples, sacrificing a section of the hull in the process.

This is the the birthday scene as we see at the beginning of the episode.

This is the the birthday scene as we see at the beginning of the episode.

This is the way we see the birthday scene at the end of the episode. That's nice direction to use two cameras. Not only is it a nice and easy effect, but it also saves time and money.

This is the way we see the birthday scene at the end of the episode. That’s nice direction to use two cameras. Not only is it a nice and easy effect, but it also saves time and money.

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Next Episode: Treknologic turns this ship around as they review the DS9 episode “Tacking into the Wind.”

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half borg

Seven of Nine is upset by the Doctor making her more human.

 

Star Trek VOY: The Gift
Season 4, Episode 2
TNL Rating: 8 Dazzling
Running Time 1:38

Crew of the Relativity

  • Captain Chris Sixx, a Trill
  • Science Officer Keri, possibly a Q
  • Engineering Officer Mike, a photonic engineer
  • Helmsman Bill, a humanoid probably from the Filmation universe

Join the crew of the USS Relativity in the 31st century as they travel back in time to review previous missions of great Starfleet ships. After reviewing each episode, the crew also tries earning a quatload of quatloos by answering historical trivia.

Episode Info

The aftermath of “Scorpion” plays out in “The Gift.” Kes’ telekinetic powers rapidly escalate, forcing her to abandon Voyager, while Seven of Nine has her own battles as she comes to terms with he place on the Voyager.

 

Episode Pictures (click for hi-res):

A Borg failsafe on Seven's trochlear nerve.

A Borg failsafe on Seven’s trochlear nerve.

Tuvok helps Kes control her powers with meditation.

Tuvok helps Kes control her powers with meditation.

Kes ascending

Kes ascending

Seven is human again, much like the animated objects in Beauty & the Beast.

Seven is human again, much like the animated objects in Beauty & the Beast.

 

Proto Borg Starfleet uniforms

Seven of Nine’s uniform looks a lot like the uniforms from ¬†Lost in Space. We’re thankful that Seven didn’t also have a borg-chimpanzee named Debbie that says “Bloop” in the quest for increased ratings.

Tuvok remembers Kes

Tuvok remembers Kes

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Next Season: In 2015, Treknologic enters the 5th year of its 30 year mission. So we’ve decided to do something special. Expect the first episode in January, starting off with listener suggestions of Trek reviews from people who have answered trivia questions and acquired enough qualoos. The whole season is planned, and we’ll be starting off with a Deep Space 9 episode from the 6th season.

 

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A telepathic link

Kes’ telepathy provides warnings and communications with the mysterious and powerful Species 8472.

 

Star Trek VOY: Scorpion (parts 1 & 2)
Season 3, Episode 26; Season 4, Episode 1
TNL Rating: 9 Inspirational
Running Time 2:08

Crew of the Relativity

  • Captain Chris Sixx, a Trill
  • Science Officer Keri, possibly a Q
  • Engineering Officer Mike, a photonic engineer
  • Helmsman Bill, a humanoid probably from the Filmation universe

Join the crew of the USS Relativity in the 31st century as they travel back in time to review previous missions of great Starfleet ships. After reviewing each episode, the crew also tries earning a quatload of quatloos by answering historical trivia.

Episode Info

I this two-part Voyager episode, the Voyager comes across Borg space – and it is vast. They also find out that the Borg have gotten themselves into quite a mess by crossing over the dimensional barrier and hitting the hornet’s nest with a stick. Fortunately, the Doctor is able to whip up a potential weapon, and Janeway suddenly has something to negotiate with. She strikes a bargain with the Borg to transport Voyager across Borg space in exchange for the key to destroying Species 8472. Meanwhile, Kes is communicating with 8472 by her ever-expanding telepathic and telekinetic powers, and Seven of Nine, Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix Zero One, is welcomed aboard the USS Voyager.

 

Episode Pictures (click for hi-res):

 

The first 20 seconds are pretty exciting!

The first 20 seconds are pretty exciting!

Borg nanites attacks the blood cells first.

Borg nanites attacks the blood cells first.

I wouldn't want to see a Borg fleet in my rear view window!

I wouldn’t want to see a Borg fleet in my rear view window!

The away team finds horror on the Borg ship.

The away team finds horror on the Borg ship.

Switcharoo! This time it's the Borg that's being assimilated!

Switcharoo! This time it’s the Borg that’s being assimilated!

Fearful of the danger that Ensign Kim poses, Species 8472 attacks him.

Fearful of the danger that Ensign Kim poses, Species 8472 attacks him.

A great show showing the Voyager trying to escape the Borg wreckage before the bioship can pursue.

A great shot showing the Voyager trying to escape the Borg wreckage before the bioship can pursue.

Species 8472 at the console of their ship.

Species 8472 at the console of their ship.

Tiny Janeway aboard a cube.

Tiny Janeway aboard a cube.

8472 uses all their power to destroy a Borg planet.

8472 uses all their power to destroy a Borg planet.

Jeri Ryan in the credits

Jeri Ryan in the credits

Ensign Kim being eaten

Ensign Kim being eaten

Seven and Janeway

Seven and Janeway

The Borg cube protects Voyager

The Borg cube protects Voyager

Chakotay kills the Borg by opening the door.

Chakotay kills the Borg by opening the door.

Voyager exits fluidic space

Voyager exits fluidic space

 

Babes in Spaceland

Babes in Spaceland

 

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Next Week: We continue monitoring the Voyager because we’re just so darn interested in finding out what happens with Kes and Seven. Are you? Find out in our review of Star Trek VOY “The Gift!”¬†Same Trek time, same Trek channel!

 

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True Love

 Ah, True Love РWhat this episode is all about!

 

Star Trek VOY: Lifesigns
Season 2, Episode 19
TNL Rating: 6 Solid
Running Time 1:29

Crew of the Relativity

  • Captain Chris Sixx, a Trill
  • Science Officer Keri, possibly a Q
  • Engineering Officer Mike, a photonic engineer
  • Helmsman Bill, a human?

Join the crew of the USS Relativity in the 31st century as they travel back in time to review previous missions of great Starfleet ships. After reviewing each episode, the crew also tries earning a quatload of quatloos by answering historical trivia.

Episode Info

A non-aggressive, critically ill vidiian is brought on board. The Doctor is able to save her brain functions by transmitting them to the ship’s memory and implanting those in a hologram. Thus, Doctor Denara Pel is brought to life as a partially photonic being. Together, they work on the illness, but while working together, they started to fall in love. This was definitely the Doctor’s first love, and perhaps Denara’s as well. It’s like watching an early teen romance. The acting is superb, but this episode is marred by flawed the flawed B and C plots of Paris’ impudence, and the mole’s secret communications.

 

Episode Pictures (click for hi-res):

neurocortical stimulator

Don’t make the neurocortical stimulator clear – we can see the circuit board through the plastic!

internal organs

The internal organs shot – totally cool, especially on a 1996 TV budget!

 

applying epidermal layers

Applying the epidermal layers to the hologram, while fancy, is just silly. Still, the coolness won us over.

gigolo

Neelix and “the gigolo” (as credited) scare Doctor Denara Pel. I would be scared too!

studying the patient

Kes, the Doctor, and Doctor Denara Pel discuss the patient, Doctor Denara Pel.

Chakotay on the floor

Tom barely pushed Chakotay, and Chakotay took a fall – as if purposefully trying to get Paris in more trouble. It worked, but it was lame.

Suicide for 2 days of happiness

Denara is effectively trying to commit suicide for two days of happiness. She’s caught after she realizes that the Doctor would be playing Sherlock for the next two days.

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Next Week: The Enterprise visits a ship where people may have been experimented on. What will Keri’s response be? Find out as we review Keri’s pick of Star Trek ENT Fight or Flight, a first season episode! Same Trek time, same Trek channel!

 

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Recognition of AI rights

Recognition of AI rights

Star Trek VOY: Eye of the Needle, TNL Rating: 6/10 Solid, running time 1:15.

Join the crew of the USS Relativity in the 31st century as they travel back in time to review the VOY episode Eye of the Needle. The crew will also try to earn quatloos by answering historical trivia after the review. So join¬†Captain Chris Sixx, Science Officer Keri, Chief Engineer Mike, and Helmsman Bill for this week’s mission.

This episode’s photo shows

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Next week: The USS Relativity gets to observe the observers as they review the Enterprise episode Observer Effect. Same Trek time, same Trek channel!

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Star Trek VOY: Year of Hell, TNL Rating: 9/10 Inspirational, running time 1:42.

remapped timelinesJoin the crew of the USS Relativity in the 31st century as they travel back in time to review the VOY episode Year of Hell. The crew will also try to earn quatloos by answering historical trivia after the review. So join¬†Captain Chris Sixx, Science Officer Keri, holographic Chief Engineer Mike, and Helmsman Bill for this week’s mission.

This episode’s photo shows the timelines as they alter following an incursion from the time weapon aboard the ship Pequod (okay, okay, we just gave it that name – it doesn’t have a name in the episode). Loving time travel, this is what hooked us right from the beginning.

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Next week: Bill, apparently affected by temporal psychosis, has picked a series finale for us next fortnight. He will force us to review Star Trek Enterprise: These Are the Voyages…¬†Same Trek time, same Trek channel!

 

 

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Star Trek VOY: Meld, TNL Rating: 6/10 Solid, running time 2:22.

Smile, Mr. Vulcan!

Smile, Mr. Vulcan!

Join the crew of the USS Relativity as we discuss the VOY episode Meld. Captain Chris, Mike, and Bill try to  earn some quatloos playing trivia hosted by Question Master Keri.

We could have put in a picture showing you the creepy, soulless eyes of Lon Sudor, the mismatched eyes of Neelix, or even the “grabbing of the head” from the title of the episode. Instead, we chose this, a picture that shows how Neelix is going to make Tuvok smile. Poor Tuvok–who knows where that finger has been! ¬†

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Next week: Mike picked the Enterprise episode Two Days, Two Nights for us to watch/review. Same Trek time, same Trek channel!

 

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