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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Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)
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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 scene where Neelix reveals to Tuvok that his knowledge of mag-lev carriages was based on his experience with authentic 1/10-scale models is reminiscent of the scene in The Flight of the Phoenix (1965), where Dorfmann reveals that his airplane construct was based on the design of model airplanes. See more »


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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Take That, Mr. Vulcan!
2 February 2011 | by (New York, NY USA) – See all my reviews

Neelix and Tuvok are stranded and must reach the top of a space needle- and overcome their conflicting personalities- to reach safety.

Translation: Neelix finally stands up to Tuvok. Clearly this was the point of this episode, and although Neelix's confrontation was satisfying and well-written, it is a sign of the Trek franchise becoming more dramatic and character-based as opposed to its early focus on story, human-nature, and science-fiction.

Neelix lets the Vulcan have it, criticizing him for the smug and dismissive behavior with which Tuvok treats him, and hopefully the playing ground will be leveled for future episodes.

One question arises: When did Neelix become our go-to guy for Away Missions? Rotund, talkative, and untrained by either Starfleet or the Maquis, I'd say he's probably best utilized as Cook and Morale Officer. Let's leave the adventures to the adventurers and we'll never have to deal with problems like this in the first place.


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