A "spatial scission" causes Voyager to be duplicated. One of the Voyagers is under heavy attack from the Vidiians while the other remains impervious. Both Captain Janeways work together and... See full summary »

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Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)
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Kes
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A "spatial scission" causes Voyager to be duplicated. One of the Voyagers is under heavy attack from the Vidiians while the other remains impervious. Both Captain Janeways work together and agree to sacrifice one ship to save the other. Before self-sacrifice, the doomed Voyager sends its version of Ensign Kim and newborn Naomi Wildman to the other ship to replace the Kim that was killed in the attack and the baby who died from complications shortly after birth. Written by Meribor

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This takes place in 2372. See more »

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Janeway mentions that she heard about a similar experimental duplication in the academy, but scientist could duplicate only matter, not antimatter. B'Elanna completes, that in this case the antimatter in the warp core is not duplicated, so the problem is that both ships try to gain power from the same warp core antimatter. It is known that Voyager's self destruct mechanism actually overloads the warp core. So in case of self destruct, both ships should have been destroyed because of the shared warp core. See more »

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[Janeway #2 tries to talk Janeway #1 out of destroying her own ship for the benefit of Voyager #2]
Captain Kathryn Janeway #1: I've made my decision. Please don't make me call Security and have you escorted off my ship because... you know I'll do it.
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References M*A*S*H (1972) See more »

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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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a second Voyager?! I hate these sorts of episodes.
15 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Most every episode involving space-time continuums and spatial fluxes and the like really, really bore me. Instead of real action, they rely on this gimmick--and "Deadlock" is very gimmicky. I am actually surprised how highly this one is rated...I didn't think very much of it.

When the show begins, Voyager encounters the nasty Vidiians (though you barely see them until late in the show) and all kinds of terrible stuff happens--such as losing Harry Kim and the first baby born on Voyager dies. However, soon the ship is able to make contact with an identical Voyager! And, the two Captain Janeways are actually able to meet and converse! What's to become of all this? See the show and find out how (uggh!) it all works out just fine by the end of the program.

I guess my biggest problem with this one is a serious problem with too many episodes of the series--horrible things happen and then unhappen! I would have preferred crew dying...period. But seeing miraculous endings where everything just works out fine is a bit silly-- especially when it happens repeatedly. In addition, using 'spatial flux' as an automatic answer also seems awfully familiar. I wasn't impressed.


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