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 the shields are down to 47%. See more »

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Captain Kathryn Janeway: You know, Chakotay, it occurs to me we aren't exactly in a command structure anymore. Maybe you should call me "Kathryn".
Commander Chakotay: Give me a few days on that one, okay?
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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
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15 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

When this episode begins, the Captain and Chakotay are coming out of some stasis chambers on a planet. It seems they were infected by something and the Doctor tried using the chamber--but no such luck. In fact, during the last month, the Doctor was unable to find any hint of a cure. And, since the pair cannot leave the planet and they would infect the crew, the ship is instructed to leave and Tuvok is the new Captain. However, following this, the crew is bummed and, inexplicably, Harry Kim becomes uncharacteristically disrespectful towards Captain Tuvok. Eventually, however, Tuvok changes his resolve and tries to do something the Captain didn't want him to do--to contact the Vidiians to see if they know of a cure.

So is this any good? Well, not especially. Tuvok and Kim behave irrationally, the viewer wants to see Chakotay and the Captain get it one (after all, they live on the planet for some time) but get nothing and there is, of course, an ending that seems to make everything work PERFECTLY once again.


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