Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 5

Revulsion (1 Oct. 1997)

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Voyager receives a distress call from a lone survivor on a damaged ship. When learning the survivor is a hologram, The Doctor insists on joining B'Elanna Torres who lends aid in fixing the ... See full summary »



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Voyager receives a distress call from a lone survivor on a damaged ship. When learning the survivor is a hologram, The Doctor insists on joining B'Elanna Torres who lends aid in fixing the ship. Once on the ship, Dejaren (guest star Leland Orser) expresses his hatred of "organics," and Torres discovers that the crew were not killed by a virus but instead brutally murdered, Dejaren turns on her and nearly kills her too. Written by Meribor

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[first lines]
Dejaren: To any vessels within range - I hope this message reaches you. I'm an HD25 isomorphic projection. There's been an accident. My crew is dead; I'm alone. Please, help me!
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Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Not all holograms are harmless
16 January 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode opens aboard an alien ship where somebody is dragging a dead body, his behaviour makes it clear that he has killed him, it is also clear that he isn't a normal person but a hologram. When he send out a distress signal which Voyager receives the doctor wants to go on the away mission so he can meet another hologram. He accompanies B'Elanna and when they get there the hologram is behaving a bit strangely but they put it down to his programming, they also believe him when he tells them that other decks are unsafe due to a radiation leak. It soon becomes apparent that he has issues when he tells B'Elanna just how disgusting he finds biological life forms. When she discovers that he lied about the dangers on the lower decks she makes a grisly discovery but before she can raise the alarm she is attacked and nearly killed. She and the doctor must then struggle to save themselves from the hologram who clearly want to finish the job of killing B'Elanna and take the doctor's mobile emitter.

Meanwhile back on Voyager there is a more amusing story line where Harry is initially less than happy about being forced to work with Seven. As they work together he grows somewhat smitten by her and invites her to his quarters... she spots his infatuation and rather shocks him by offering to copulate with him, he can't this and quickly makes an exit.

I really enjoyed this episode, the main story had a real sense of danger even though I knew it was highly unlikely that a main character would be killed off and it was great fun watching Harry squirm.

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