Star Trek: Voyager: Season 2, Episode 1

The 37's (28 Aug. 1995)

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Voyager answers an ancient SOS distress and finds 8 humans - including Amelia Earhart - in cryo-stasis on a nearby planet. There are thousands more Humans living in cities nearby, ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)
John Evansville
Mel Winkler ...
Jack Hayes


Voyager answers an ancient SOS distress and finds 8 humans - including Amelia Earhart - in cryo-stasis on a nearby planet. There are thousands more Humans living in cities nearby, descendants of Humans abducted from Earth in 1937 by a race seeking to use them as slaves. Both sides are happy to find some answers and new friends. When Voyager's crew is invited to stay and live on the "new" Earth, Janeway is worried so many will accept she may find herself the only one who truly wants to get home. Written by Meribor

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This is the first time the U.S.S. Voyager lands on a planet's surface. See more »


On Voyager's bridge, Amelia Earhart asks Lt. Paris, "How fast?" Lt. Paris replies "Warp 9.9. In your terms, that's about 4 billion miles per second." Four billion miles per second is 21,505.38 faster than the speed of light. This would have let Voyager travel the 75,000 light years it was sent in about 3.5 years, thus ruining the storyline of being over 70 years from earth and the Federation. See more »


[last lines]
Captain Kathryn Janeway: All stations prepare for departure. Condition blue, Mr. Tuvok. Ms. Torres, anti-grav thrusters online.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: Thrusters enabled.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Mr. Paris, inertial dampers to flight configuration. Impulse drive to standby.
Lieutenant Tom Paris: Yes, ma'am.
Ensign Harry Kim: All stations report ready, Captain.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Then let's do it. Take us up.
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Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Great Dilemma Needing More Flesh
30 March 2013 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

One of the great things about a story of a lost crew trying to return home is the moral questions it faces. This episode created a great moral question: "If we found a human civilization far from home, should we join it or continue home?" I think it was a great question, and I wish it was a longer story arc. It would have been great to see different parts of the crew agonizing over the question, some leaving or some people from that human civilization joining the Voyager quest home. This episode didn't change the story of the series. If I didn't watch this episode, it wouldn't have added or subtracted from the story. Meeting Amelia Earhart was cool, but this story didn't effect the characters or the direction of the story. I really wish it would have. This story had a lot of potential to be a really good piece of science fiction. I'd still say that it would good, but it's like having good ideas without a good story.

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