Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 25

One (13 May 1998)

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An unavoidable poisonous nebula forces the entire crew into stasis chambers - all except the unaffected Doctor and Seven of Nine, who must fight her nearly life long "collective" mentality ... See full summary »



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An unavoidable poisonous nebula forces the entire crew into stasis chambers - all except the unaffected Doctor and Seven of Nine, who must fight her nearly life long "collective" mentality to handle being alone for over a month while combating ship-wide failures, a strange alien intruder, and her own fears of individuality and loneliness. Written by MTucci17

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After Tom Paris is placed back in stasis after removing himself, the Doctor comments to Seven of Nine, who had taken a remark of his literally, that "If you had even the slightest sense of humor, you'd realize I was making a small joke." She replies with, "Very small." This is reminiscent of a scene between Chekov and Spock in the Original Series episode Star Trek: The Trouble with Tribbles (1967). See more »


This installment directly contradicts a stated fact about Voyager revealed in Star Trek: Voyager: The 37's. In that one, Chakotay explained that Voyager could not be operated "by less than 100" crew members. Yet this one is based on the premise that Seven of Nine and the Doctor are all that are needed to run the ship for a month while the rest of the crew are in hibernation. See more »


Chakotay: My concern isn't about going into stasis; it's about who you're leaving in charge.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: You're worried about Seven.
Chakotay: Maybe you need to step outside yourself for a minute. Look at the fact that here's someone who's butted horns with you from the moment she came on board, who disregards authority and actively disobeys orders when she doesn't agree with them.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: And this is the person I'm giving responsibility for the lives of this entire crew. I suppose you want me to tell you I'm not crazy.
Chakotay: In a nutshell.
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All alone
13 February 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

When Voyager enters a Nebula the radiation levels are so high that the crew start to feel ill immediately, suffering terrible headaches and burns so severe one crew member dies, they only just manage to turn around and exit the nebula before it is too late for everybody. It turned out only two members of the crew were unaffected by the radiation; Seven of Nine and the Doctor. As it would add a year to the journey to go around the nebula it is decided to put the crew in stasis while Seven and the Doctor run the ship alone for the month it will take to traverse the nebula. Seven has only just got used to working as part of a crew rather than being in the Borg Collective so solitude is very hard for her. As time passes the radiation has effects on the ship and the Doctor's mobile emitter fails so he must stay in sick bay and Seven is truly alone. As her Borg implants start to malfunction she encounters another ship who's single crew member starts to torment her; is he really there or just an hallucination? Just as it seems she will be out of the nebula in a matter of minutes the engines fail and she is forced to make a drastic decision about where to get the needed power to restart the engines.

This was a good episode which gave Jeri Ryan to show a greater acting range as Seven starts to be effected by the solitude. It was also nice how she solved the problem demonstrating that she is really a member of the crew.

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