Star Trek: Voyager: Season 3, Episode 6

Remember (9 Oct. 1996)

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Lieutenant Torres starts having vivid dreams about another life, another love and another planet.

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Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)
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Kes
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Jora Mirell (as Eve H. Brenner)
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Lieutenant Torres starts having vivid dreams about another life, another love and another planet.

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When Jor Brel passes his musical instrument on to Janeway, he holds its neck in his left hand, thus placing it into Janeway's right. However, when the camera switches - virtually in mid-sentence - the instrument has turned 180 degrees, and she now holds the neck in her left hand. See more »

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B'Elanna Torres: So that's it? We just... go on our merry way, and nobody ever has to take any kind of responsibility?
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Dreams of genocide
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While taking a group of aliens called the Enarans back to their home world Harry takes a liking at a beautiful woman and B'Elanna starts having dreams that cause her to oversleep and be late for duty. In these dreams she is somebody else and is in a relationship with an Enaran man, he is not one of the people being transported by Voyager though. As the dreams continue it becomes apparent they are more than dreams but are in fact memories being passed an telepathically passed on by one of the Enarans called Korenna to expose the genocide of a group known as Regressives many years before, when confronted the Enarans deny all knowledge of it but one is willing to share the memories to learn for herself. As for Harry's love interest; unusually she didn't turn out to be a danger to him as is usually the case, which made a nice surprise, in fact she was the Enarans who was willing to see the same memories B'Elanna had seen.

This was a decent if not great episode; Roxann Dawson is good as B'Elanna and the story was intriguing even though it wasn't action packed. While the message was a little heavy handed there is nothing wrong with being critical of such behaviour. The way the story ended with B'Elanna passing on the memories was pretty good; better than what she said being believed without question.


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