Star Trek: Voyager: Season 7, Episode 8

Nightingale (6 Dec. 2000)

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Going to the aid of a medical transport Harry Kim gets his first command.



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Going to the aid of a medical transport Harry Kim gets his first command.

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While searching for Dilithium, Ensign Kim takes command of an alien medical ship.
1 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode explores ensign Kim's motivation to gain more experience in command situations. There have been many episodes featuring Kim as the main story arch, but this is the first time he actually takes command of a vessel, although it is not Voyager or another Federation ship. From early on in Voyager, ensign Kim's acting was suspect at best, but if you compare a later episode like this one to one of his early ones, a definite difference in the quality of his acting can be seen. In this episode he faces the weight of commanding a ship, a new experience for his character. That weight is handled well, resulting in a thoroughly watchable performance by Wang.

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