Star Trek: Voyager: Season 3, Episode 1

Basics: Part 2 (4 Sep. 1996)

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The entire Voyager was marooned on a desolate planet by the Kazon. Tom Paris was sent out to try and find someone who can help them. And Lon Suder and the Doctor who are still on Voyager try to help.

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The entire Voyager was marooned on a desolate planet by the Kazon. Tom Paris was sent out to try and find someone who can help them. And Lon Suder and the Doctor who are still on Voyager try to help.

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The Hanonian land eel was the first alien being on Voyager created through CGI. They would experiment with the technique again in Star Trek: Voyager: Macrocosm (1996), before using it to create Species 8472 for Star Trek: Voyager: Scorpion: Part 1 (1997). See more »

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When the Kazon have taken over the Voyager, the Doctor asks the computer for the ship's complement. It lists eighty-nine Kazon and one Betazoid on board, but neglects to mention Seska (a Cardassian), and her infant son. See more »

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The Doctor: [to Crewman Suder] One hologram and one sociopath may not be much of a match for the Kazon, but... we'll have to do.
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Season Three opens with the crew still trapped on the prehistoric planet the crew split up to find food and water, as Hogan gathers bones that might be usable as tools from a cave mouth he is attacked by a creature that is dwelling within, we just hear a scream but it is assumed he is dead. There is some good news however, it soon becomes apparent that Tom managed to get away on a shuttle, it is damaged but he still manages to destroy an attacking Kazon vessel. While the crew are dealing with the planet's local population Tom has met up with the Talaxians and the Doctor and Suder are trying to think of a way to retake Voyager, although Suder is concerned that he may have to kill some of the Kazons; something he would have relished a few months before but is now worried that it will bring back his old violent feelings. When volcanic activity threatens both the crew and the natives Chakotay rescues one of them this leads to the two groups cooperating. Suder manages to sabotage the ship's systems so that Tom and the Talaxians can retake Voyager and rescue the rest of the crew.

This episode got off to a great start, killing off a character who we had seen in previous episodes made it clear that this was a dangerous planet. Brad Dourif makes a welcome reappearance as the conflicted sociopath Suder; it was god that he got an heroic death. This episode also saw the end of Seska, Martha Hackett was good in the role making one of the best villains in the series.


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