Star Trek: Voyager: Season 7, Episode 4

Repression (25 Oct. 2000)

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Security officer Tuvok is investigating a strange series of attacks on Voyager directed at the former Maquis members.

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Security officer Tuvok is investigating a strange series of attacks on Voyager directed at the former Maquis members.

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Who is attacking the Maquis?
4 May 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This was an interesting episode which started off much like a classic murder mystery, although the victims were being put into comas rather than being killed. The victims are all former members of the Maquis leading to a sense of paranoia amongst the remaining members. Tuvok who is in charge of the investigation makes a starling discovery; it turns out that the assailant had no idea that he was responsible, a message from home had triggered mind control programming which had been initiated years ago in the Alpha Quadrant. As the victims begin to wake from their comas and hear a trigger phase they seize control of the ship with the intention of abandoning the Star Fleet crew on a nearby planet; will any of them manage to break their programming before it is too late.

I liked how this episode changed as it went along, I was expecting it to be a simple whodunit but we learnt who was responsible about half way through. Even though the attacker is revealed before the half way point I won't reveal who it was here as I wouldn't want to spoil the surprise.


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