Star Trek: Voyager: Season 2, Episode 25

Resolutions (13 May 1996)

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Captain Janeway and Chakotay contract an incurable virus and they can only survive if they stay behind together on a planet which negates the effects of the disease.

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Captain Janeway and Chakotay contract an incurable virus and they can only survive if they stay behind together on a planet which negates the effects of the disease.

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47-reference: during the Vidiians' attack on Voyager, Paris reports that shields are down to 47%. See more »

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Captain Kathryn Janeway: This is Kathryn Janeway. I've never liked saying goodbye, so I'll make this brief. But I want you all to know that serving as your Captain has been the most extraordinary experience of my life. No captain could ask more than what this crew has given: bravery, compassion and strength of character. But I think what I'll miss most is the fun - the times we joked together, the games on the holodeck; I'll remember the laughter more than anything. Although Commander Chakotay and I won't be with you ...
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As this episode begins Captain Janeway and Commander Chakotay awaken in stasis pods on a planet surface; the contact the ship and we learn that they have both contracted a virus on the planet, it can't be cured but something in the environment there prevents it from harming them. As they can't leave the planet the Captain orders Tuvok to taker command of Voyager and continue the journey back to the Alpha Quadrant; she also specifically orders him to avoid risking contact with the Vidiians even though they might be able to help them. The captain is determined to find a cure until a storm destroys her equipment, then she must accept that they will probably have to spend the rest of their lives there, something Chakotay accepted much sooner. Back on Voyager things are not going so well. Several members of the crew, led by Ensign Kim, believe that Tuvok should ignore the captain's orders and risk contacting the Vidiians. Eventually after a talk with Kes he decides to contact them and after talking with the Vidiian doctor who had befriended Voyager's Doctor it looks like they have found a cure… if they can be trusted.

This was a decent episode with good performances from the central characters. I liked how Chakotay's story about a legend of his people turned out to be something he made up thus nicely inverting the cliché of his character having a legend for every occasion. I could have done without the friendly monkey whoever, I'm not sure what purpose it served. The story back on Voyager was perhaps more interesting as Kim's confrontational approach failed to sway Tuvok but Kes' more subtle approach persuaded him that something needed to be done as the crew's moral was suffering.


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