Star Trek: Voyager: Season 3, Episode 15

Coda (29 Jan. 1997)

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Chakotay and Janeway crash on a planet and are are stuck in a time loop where Janeway dies.

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Chakotay and Janeway crash on a planet and are are stuck in a time loop where Janeway dies.

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Coda is a musical term used to denote the ending, or conclusion of a musical composition. It is frequently preceded by the repeat of a passage of music. The best-known example is the familiar Edward Elgar Pomp and Circumstance played at graduations. The music is repeated while all graduates walk through the graduation line, and then jumps to the Coda to end the music after the last graduate. See more »

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Ensign Harry Kim: I know, Captain Janeway wouldn't want us to be sitting around, moping. She'd want us to be cheering each other up, remembering the good times. Like the away mission when we found all those bushes of overripe fruit. I must've eaten half a kilo. My hands and mouth were all purple... And the Captain... The Captain came and sat down next to me... and her mouth was all stained, too. She put her arm around my shoulder... and she said... She said... "Ensign, these are the times we have to remember."
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Janeway Vs. Death
2 February 2011 | by (New York, NY USA) – See all my reviews

Back to the joys of Voyager: Janeway dies, and refuses to go for the white light.

Yes, it seems that when you die, an alien disguised as one of your dead relatives appears and convinces you to pass into the next world so that your very soul may nourish him for eternity. And you thought the maggots were bad.

First, Janeway is caught in a temporal loop with Chakotay in which they're forced to repeat the most boring conversation in history indefinitely. Those are her words, not mine. Then we learn that the time loop was actually filler until we could get to the heart of the episode, which is dealing with death. The Voyager crew seem to deal with the death of their captain by going into denial, using Kes' half-ass psychic abilities and Tuvok's tutelage of the same to try and sense the dead Janeway's spirit so that they might bring it back.

When all that fails we are treated to a teary- and genuinely sad- memorial service in the mess hall during which Neelix serves... I believe it was S'mores. Anyway, Janeway fights the spirit of her "father" so stubbornly that she pushes his alien presence out of her brain and manages to come back to life. Too heavy, too dark, too much for me.

GRADE: C-


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