Star Trek: Voyager: Season 7, Episode 13

Repentance (31 Jan. 2001)

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Voyager rescues a prison warden and a set of prisoners that are scheduled to be executed testing their own ethical beliefs.



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Warden Yediq (as Tim de Zarn)
Greg Poland ...
Voyager Security Officer


Voyager rescues a prison warden and a set of prisoners that are scheduled to be executed testing their own ethical beliefs.

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The novel "A Clockwork Orange" by Anthony Burgess is a strong influence behind "Repentance." See more »


After his beating, when Iko is healed by the doctor in sick bay, the doctor walks through the force-field holding a data pad. The pad should not have been able to pass through the force-field. See more »


[last lines]
[Iko has been sent to his death according to Nygean law]
Seven of Nine: It's unfair.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: I think so too, Seven. But we have to try not to judge their system.
Seven of Nine: That's not what I meant. Iko was executed for taking a single life. As a drone, I took thousands; but I was never punished.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: You lost twenty years of your life to the Borg. I'd say that's punishment enough.
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References A Clockwork Orange (1971) See more »


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Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Decent but really preachy
7 March 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This isn't a bad episode of "Star Trek: Voyager" although it is undermined by how preachy the plot becomes. When the show begins, Voyager comes upon a stricken ship. Aboard are a bunch of prisoners and their jailer. Captain Janeway agrees to take them to their home but problems develop when the crew starts identifying with some of the prisoners. In particular, Seven becomes friendly with a man who is a murderer. But, she understands that his medical condition is responsible and not the man himself--much like her not being guilty for what the Klingons made her do when she was a drone. It's an interesting dilemma but it's also one that is very obvious and one that seems too preachy at times.

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