Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 6

The Raven (8 Oct. 1997)

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Janeway is trying to gain passage through a region of space owned by a cautious and xenophobic race of aliens. Negotiations are disrupted when Seven of Nine believes that she is being ... See full summary »

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Janeway is trying to gain passage through a region of space owned by a cautious and xenophobic race of aliens. Negotiations are disrupted when Seven of Nine believes that she is being contacted by the Borg and forcefully leaves Voyager to rejoin the collective and heads into the alien territory. Written by Anonymous

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Young Annika Hansen/Seven of Nine is listed in the credits as Young Girl. See more »

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Exterior shots of the wreckage of the Raven show it resting on an open plateau, but interior shots looking through the wrecked viewscreen show a cliff wall directly outside. See more »

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Captain Kathryn Janeway: It's not as difficult as it looks. The first rule is: don't be afraid of the clay.
Seven of Nine: I fear nothing.
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12 June 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are times when Voyager feels like a cheap imitation of the TNG, and there are times when Voyager is good, fun and unique. This is one of the later. This episode explores the re-adaptation of Seven of Nine's humanity.

The episode touches on several aspects of the adjustment, thrilling the viewer intellectually. and somewhat emotionally. The light scientific discussion of theoretical psychological side effects of once being Borg and being returned to humanity are fun and captivating.

There is some nice symbolism, a good bit of action, and a few interesting diplomatic moments. Not an episode to miss in this writer's opinion.


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