Neelix becomes very agitated as Voyager begins a full shutdown prior to entering a peculiar astronomical nebula. Left in charge of calming the recently rescued Borg children, Neelix ... See full summary »

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Neelix becomes very agitated as Voyager begins a full shutdown prior to entering a peculiar astronomical nebula. Left in charge of calming the recently rescued Borg children, Neelix encourages the young ones around a 24th century "campfire" for stories. Neelix recounts a story from Voyager's recent past that is strangely reminiscent of the current situation. Written by tafkas

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This takes place in 2376. See more »

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Near the beginning, the bussard collectors are being used to collect deuterium from the nebulae. When the nebulae starts to destabilize they decide to suspend collecting deuterium and leave. Captain Janeway calls engineering and tells them that they are suspending "dilithium" intake. However, Neelix was telling a story at that point. He had already stated that he didn't know all the technical details when Icheb pointed out a mistake earlier in the tale. See more »

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Neelix: [to Tuvok] You're coming with me, if I have to drag you by your pointy little ears!
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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
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Written by Jerry Goldsmith
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Better than I expected.
4 March 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

When this episode begins, Neelix is telling the children a ghost story. Now considering it has Neelix AND kids, it seemed to have two strikes against it--yet it turns out to be a pretty good show.

The story Neelix ends up telling isn't really a story at all--it's what's been happening on the ship. But he phrases it like a story and the kids relax. It turns out that the ship is experiencing lots of random electronic problems. However, after a while, it is obvious they aren't random at all--and soon IMPORTANT systems begin malfunctioning. How the Captain deals with all this is surprisingly intelligent and the episode, to me, is quite creative. It manages to combine Kids, Neelix and a ship-bound episode into a decent show and the ghost story style really helps.


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