Star Trek: Voyager: Season 3, Episode 19

Rise (26 Feb. 1997)

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While helping a planet being bombarded by asteroids, Neelix and Tuvok get trapped on the surface and Tuvok's negative attitude is getting on Neelix's nerves.



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While helping a planet being bombarded by asteroids, Neelix and Tuvok get trapped on the surface and Tuvok's negative attitude is getting on Neelix's nerves.

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The roof hatch of the mag-lev carriage is opened twice in the upper atmosphere. All air should be blown out, but the characters are not pushed out of the vessel and continue to breathe without difficulty. However, when the main hatch opens a little later (while the carriage is still at the same position), the blow-out effect becomes moderately apparent. But despite being low on oxygen reserves from the beginning, nobody seems to suffer from oxygen deprivation even then. See more »


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Captain Kathryn Janeway: Fire!
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Written by Jerry Goldsmith
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A very good episode...with an odd mistake near the end.
19 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Voyager has once again abandoned its mission of getting back to Federation space and is helping a planet being bombarded by meteors. Normally, the ship could just destroy them before they strike--but there's something odd about their composition and several make it through the atmosphere and strike the colonies. Tuvok and Neelix go to the planet's surface to investigate, as a scientist on the surface thinks that something is afoot. Unfortunately, the shuttle is damaged on the way down and it crashes. With more meteorites on the way, they need to get off the surface. Their escape might be possible through the use of an odd elevator to the sky--but naturally there's much more to it and it's going to be a very dangerous means of escape.

I appreciated that the show finally addresses Tuvok's obvious hatred of Neelix. While I could certainly understand Tuvok's irritation with Neelix (who wouldn't be?!), Tuvok's often dismissive attitude shows that he's indeed a lot more emotional than he lets on to others. This makes for an interesting confrontation. Fortunately, in addition to this, the show has LOTS of innovative plot elements-- more than you'd usually expect on a Trek show--making it well worth seeing. My only complaint is near the end, Voyager is under attack and they beam Neelix and Tuvok aboard--but how can they do this with their shields up?! This violates what other episodes tell us about future warfare. On the other hand, only a moment later, I loved Neelix's comment that "Mr. Sklar returned to the surface". What that is so funny you'll have to see for yourself.

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