Star Trek: Voyager: Season 2, Episode 11

Maneuvers (20 Nov. 1995)

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After the Kazon steal some Federation technology Chakotay goes after them on his own and is captured.

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Seska and the Kazon-Nistrim execute an attack on Voyager, stealing Federation transporter technology. Feeling personally responsible for Seska's betrayal, Chakotay ignores protocol and Janeway's wishes and takes a shuttle and goes after the stolen technology. Written by Meribor

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In this episode we learn that Cargo Bay two is on deck 4. See more »

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During the battle Voyager has her shields up, yet they transport the enemy on board. Transporters do not work with the shields up. See more »

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Captain Kathryn Janeway: Tell me this: how do you expect me to keep order when the First Officer takes it upon himself to run off like some cowboy because he decides it's a good idea? What you did was commendable; the way you did it was not. You set a terrible example. And on a personal level, you've made my job more difficult.
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Just shoot Seska in the face and be done with it!
13 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Leave it up to "Star Trek: Voyager" to once again take an excellent plot idea and make the least of it. So is this limp follow-up to the defection of Seska. It should have been excellent but it left me wondering why it wasn't better.

When the show begins, the Kazon appear and disable Voyager. During the ensuing mêlée, the Kazon steal one of the ship's transporters. Well, this fight went too well for the Kazon and someone had to have helped them plan this attack--and that someone must be the traitor Seska. The plan is to track her and her Kazon allies down and recover the transporter, as this Federation device could throw off the balance in this quadrant. However, instead of working as a team, Chakotay gets all macho and defies orders--going off on his own to recover the device. This is stupid but what is worse is that he succeeds in destroying the transporter--and then, inexplicably, surrenders to Seska. Why didn't he shoot her in the face? He clearly could have easily done that--and she IS trying to give the Kazon technology regardless of the consequences. What follows is a typical Voyager plot--one where miraculously everything works out just fine.

The bottom line is that the plot was generally good but often made little sense. Too bad, as the show could have been very good but again and again, the show seemed to take great situations and make the least of them.


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