The Voyager crew discovers a planet which recently suffered a horrific catastrophe. Upon investigation, Janeway and Paris are sent back in time before the disaster and are faced with the decision of whether to try to stop it.

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The Voyager crew discovers a planet which recently suffered a horrific catastrophe. Upon investigation, Janeway and Paris are sent back in time before the disaster and are faced with the decision of whether to try to stop it.

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Stardate: 48498.7 See more »

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Captain Janeway & Tom Paris can speak with the locals even after their com badges (containing the universal translators) were confiscated by the terrorists. See more »

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Kes: I had to know.
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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Like many temporal episodes, this one is rather weak.
3 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

After having seen hundreds of Star Trek series episodes, I noticed that many of the shows about time distortions are awfully weak. Sure, there are some exceptions (such as "Star Trek: City on the Edge of Forever") but many of these shows just seem too cerebral and you wonder how many times they can beat this plot half to death...and this certainly is true with "Time and Again".

The Voyager comes upon an M-class planet that SHOULD support life. However, the entire planet is 100% dead--bereft of all life. How could this be?! So, a landing party goes down to explore--and soon a couple crew members disappear--sucked into the planet's past just a day earlier. However, NOW the planet is full of people! It seems that somehow the arrival of the Voyager led to a chain of events that wiped out everything living. So, it's up to Janeway to try to figure out how to prevent this.

This is an okay episode but the resolution was the biggest problem. It just seemed contrived and the ending was not especially memorable.


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