Star Trek: Voyager: Season 5, Episode 14

Bliss (10 Feb. 1999)

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The Voyager crew discovers what seems to be a wormhole leading to the Alpha Quadrant and home. Images of Earth and letters from home elates the crew of Voyager. Seven, and others, however, are skeptical of this seeming deliverance.

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A stable wormhole leading to Earth suddenly appears in Voyager's path. Everything seems perfect including sensor readings, transmissions from Starfleet, even letters from home promising warm welcomes and promotions. But Seven of Nine insists it's too good to be true and that the Captain should be cautious. When she seeks The Doctor's opinion he is deactivated. When she provides proof she is ordered to be put into stasis. She resists, unsuccessfully, and Voyager falls into a clever alien deception. Written by Meribor

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The doctor says, "I'm a doctor, not a dragon slayer" - a take on the original series's Dr. McCoy often saying, "I'm a doctor, not a [fill in the blank]" See more »

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When Voyager enters the 'wormhole', Tuvok and a couple security officers are in engineering when they, and everyone, else become unconscious. But when Naomi goes to engineering to find Seven, Tuvok and the security officers are in a corridor. See more »

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Qatai: You seem to know a little about everything - medicine, exobiology, shield harmonics...
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24 August 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode is a better than average Voyager episode. There are 3 main characters (plus a little bit of the Doctor). Seven of Nine and Naomi Wildman have to save the day. These are 2 of my least favourite characters but there's very little sentimentality in this episode. W. Morgan Sheppard makes an interesting appearance as a friendly alien and does a good job. So what makes this episode better than average? I think its one of those episodes where the outcome comes down to one individual who can save everybody. This is not a new idea. So when all of the crew apart from Seven of Nine (who isn't desperate to get to Earth) and Wildman (isn't bothered about Earth because she wasn't born there) cannot help, it comes down to Wildman (who is the only conscious crew member at this point) to find and revive Seven of Nine and start the escape. Its also fun at the start to see Seven struggling with the crew who are duped into thinking that the worm hole is the way home. This leads to Seven erecting various force fields and shooting various crew members (not killing them). This is always a fun idea and works well. The denouement is, as is usual with these fixed length single episodes, predictable and a little dull, but its still a fun episode.


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