Star Trek: Voyager: Season 7, Episode 14

Prophecy (7 Feb. 2001)

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Voyager finds a Klingon multi-generational ship that left the Alpha Quadrant 100 years before. When they hear of B'Elanna's child they claim that it is their savior.

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Voyager finds a Klingon multi-generational ship that left the Alpha Quadrant 100 years before. When they hear of B'Elanna's child they claim that it is their savior.

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Kohlar: The kuvah'magh has healed all of us! She truly is our savior.
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Not bad..but certainly a wasted opportunity...
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A fairly entertaining Season 7 installment- with a particularly funny subplot involving Neelix & an amorous Kilingon woman- but the rest is rather mediocre.

The appearance of Klingons in ANY Star Trek show always brings the promise of high drama, action, and adventure...unfortunately here, the promise isn't kept. This particular episode features the Klingons spending much more time in staff meetings than in battle or in conflict.

The plot moves along quite slowly. A great opportunity to explore a very old Klingon battle cruiser from Captain Kirk's(!) era is squandered early, and the main "action" of the piece..a battle showdown between Tom Paris and an aggressive Klingon challenger...is devoid of any real drama because all the actors- including Robert Duncan McNeill- are so nonchalant about it that no dramatic tension has a chance to build, and so we never really feel that Tom is ever in any danger or at risk at any time (which one would ordinarily expect when one is forced to fight an angry Klingon).

The "poor casting" gremlin that seems to haunt Voyager's last two seasons strikes again here with the casting of Wren T. Brown as the Klingon leader Kohlar. Although a competent actor who turns in a sincere performance, Mr. Brown lacks the Klingon "edginess"- (the simmering and chilling threat of barely restrained aggression that could burst forth at any moment)- that the best Klingon actors in Star Trek possess (Michael Dorn, Robert O'Reilly, Christoper Lloyd, Christoper Plummer, etc.) Mr. Brown's portrayal is quiet, subdued, polite, and soft spoken- not threatening at all, and certainly not Klingon. It should be noted that two of Mr. Brown's previous roles include a turn as Whoopi Goldberg's comic relief brother in Whoopi" (2003-2004) and as a reoccurring character in "The New Adventures of Flipper" (1995). Hmmmm...I rest my case on the casting issue.

Not the worst Voyager adventure by any means, but don't expect to be on the edge of your seat during this one..rather, you're more likely to be comfortably settled in it and possibly dozing off from time to time.


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