Desperate to replenish the ship's power resources, Voyager seeks out a deuterium signature on a class "Y" a.k.a. "Demon Class" planet. After nearly being lost, Paris and Kim are thought to ... See full summary »

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Desperate to replenish the ship's power resources, Voyager seeks out a deuterium signature on a class "Y" a.k.a. "Demon Class" planet. After nearly being lost, Paris and Kim are thought to be "bioformed" to the planet's atmosphere. Further investigation uncovers a strange life form which after making physical contact with the away team, has developed self-awareness and will do anything to keep it. Written by Meribor

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This is the first episode in which Roxann Dawson appears as B'Elanna Torres since she went into labor during the shooting of "The Omega Directive". See more »

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When captain Janeway threatens Harry to fire again on the surface, Harry touches the forcefield. Seconds later he is standing on his feet again and walks into or beyond the forcefield. See more »

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Harry Kim II: We'd rather die than be alone. We deserve life.
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Referenced in Star Trek: Voyager: Course: Oblivion (1999) See more »

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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Pretty cool
23 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

"Demon" is a very unusual episode because it looks a lot more expensive and outer spacey compared to most episodes in the "Star Trek" world. Too often, when they visit worlds they all look about the same. However, here they land on a hot planet a bit like Mercury and to do so, they wear neat space suits. As for the planet, it looks really great!

The show begins with Paris and Kim beaming down to this hellish looking planet. The ship needs power and they are there to see what they can find. However, something weird happens--when they try to beam back to the ship, neither can breath--like the planet has done something to change their physiology. However, there's far more to it than this...

The story is nice and the sets are great. Worth seeing.


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