Star Trek: Voyager: Season 3, Episode 9

Future's End: Part 2 (13 Nov. 1996)

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Henry Starling, who made a fortune from his looting of 29th century technology from the crashed timeship, is planning a foray into the future to feed his greed. The Voyager crew must find a... See full summary »

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Henry Starling, who made a fortune from his looting of 29th century technology from the crashed timeship, is planning a foray into the future to feed his greed. The Voyager crew must find a way to stop Starling before his attempted use of the timeship destroys Earth's Solar System. Meanwhile, while trying to rescue Paris and Tuvok, Torres and Chakotay are captured by an anti-government white supremacist militia who believe that they are feds. Written by Anonymous

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Sarah Silverman was considered to join the cast of the series after executive producer Brannon Braga enjoyed her work in this episode. But he eventually decided on Jeri Ryan to join the cast instead. See more »

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When the Doctor and Rain escape from Starling's car, they both leave their respective doors open. The doors are still open when Dunbar, Starling's assistant, starts the car to drive away. In the next scene, as the car drives off, both doors are closed, yet neither has Dunbar made any attempt to shut them nor has there been any noise indicating that the doors have closed by themselves. See more »

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Rain Robinson: You gotta get back to Mars, right?
Lieutenant Tom Paris: Hm - Saturn.
Rain Robinson: That's perfect! I told you, I always loved Saturn. So, give me your phone number.
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Beware Of Egg Begley, Jr.
2 February 2011 | by (New York, NY USA) – See all my reviews

(Please Note: This is my review for both parts of the two-part episode "Future's End.")

Future's End is a beautiful time-travel episode which involves the crew of Voyager traveling to present-day Earth in order to stop a time-traveler from destroying their ship. If Voyager ever made a major motion picture, this is the script on which it should have been based.

Packed with story, fast-moving, and genuinely funny, this is Star Trek at its best. Sure, human cancer Sarah Silverman guest-starred as the astronomer, and yes, Egg Begley, Jr's role as evil technocrat was rushed and slightly under-developed, but there's so much here to love: A time ship from century 29 set to destroy Voyager for the good of mankind... Tuvok dressed like a brother from the hood... Kes and Neelix watching soap operas...

Okay, so Voyager should be better protected against a 1996 IBM desktop and the Doc's mobile emitter was the first step in the over-use and eventual abuse of the Doctor character, but this is too fun to nitpick.

GRADE: A


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