Star Trek: Voyager: Season 3, Episode 24

Displaced (7 May 1997)

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Voyager's crew is being replaced by strangers one by one and the replacements don't know why they are there.

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Voyager's crew is being replaced by strangers one by one and the replacements don't know why they are there.

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The station computer shows that the Federation Habitat has the exact same data as the Bourget Habitat (including the number of inhabitants), as do the Habitats Tanatuya and Zooabud respectively. See more »

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Captain Kathryn Janeway: Something about this is wrong, I can smell it. Look at us - running around the ship, checking sensors and spinning theories, while the Nyrians slowly replace our crew. Consider this - there has been a consistent interval of nine minutes and twenty seconds between these exchanges. At that rate, our entire crew'll be gone in eighteen hours. Tell me that doesn't put a knot in your stomach.
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2 February 2011 | by (New York, NY USA) – See all my reviews

You'd think it would be difficult to commandeer a Starfleet ship, but no... You just beam your crew on board one at a time while beaming off one member of their crew. While playing dumb. Phasers and photon torpedoes are no match for playing dumb...

This week it's the Nyrians who are to blame for killing the party, and just for the hell of it let's crunch some numbers: What percentage of alien species in the Original Series do you think turned out to be malevolent or harmful to our protagonists? 30? 40? How about Next Generation? 5? 10?

Now let me ask the same question of Voyager: What percentage of aliens are "bad guys"? 85? 90? 95 percent? I can't imagine that's what Gene Roddenbury had in mind, but that's where we find ourselves now. Everyone is an enemy, every outsider a threat and a danger: Vidiians, Kazon, Baneans, Borg, Cardassians, Akritirian, Enaran, Egg Begley, Jr, Ilari, the unnamed aliens from "The Swarm," Nyrians, Nasari... is that enough or should I go on? I'm guessing Captain Kate doesn't get many Christmas cards.

The episode ends when Janeway discovers the Nyrians secret weakness: cold weather. She beams them down to Florida and they live happily ever after wearing white shoes and complaining about the heat.

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GRADE: B


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