Star Trek: Voyager: Season 2, Episode 6

Twisted (2 Oct. 1995)

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Voyager encounters a non-corporeal, sentient, space-dwelling life-form which is interested in communicating with and learning more about the ship and its people. Too bad it couldn't just ... See full summary »

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Voyager encounters a non-corporeal, sentient, space-dwelling life-form which is interested in communicating with and learning more about the ship and its people. Too bad it couldn't just say that. As the being passes through the ship, it upsets computer control, communications, and more bizarrely, distorts the physical arrangement of its decks and sections. When the being passes, so does the crew's fear and confusion, and the curious creature deposits a massive chunk of information into Voyager's computer memory banks. Written by Meribor

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When B Elanna Torres is entering the transporter room (in hopes of finding engineering) you can see a door to the left which is actually a part of the engineering section. However once B Elanna is in the transporter room, the door disappears. Ordinarily, this would be considered a continuity error, but since we are explicitly told that the phenomenon that the ship has encountered is continuously rearranging the layout of the ship, we may assume that the door's disappearance was caused by the phenomenon. See more »

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Kes: Neelix, I need a photograph of you.
Neelix: What for, sweeting?
Kes: From now on, even when we're separated, I want to have you where I can keep an eye on you.
Neelix: Happy birthday, Kes.
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The ship gets rearranged!
5 July 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

While most of the crew are on the holodeck for Kes's second birthday party Voyager encounters an anomaly which encircles the ship when Tuvok tries to fly through the anomaly the warp engines stall and it starts to have a strange effect on the ship; as the crew try to go from the holodeck to their work stations they find themselves in the wrong part of the ship, at first they think something must be wrong with themselves but it soon becomes apparent that the ship itself has somehow been distorted. While trying to get to the bridge Captain Janeway come into contact with the anomaly and starts to act in a delirious manner. As the anomaly moves through the ship the main crew are caught in the holodeck trying to think what they can do to stop it crushing them.

This was a decent enough episode, I particularly liked the final way they dealt with the threat. There were some flaws though, the main one being that the anomaly that encircling them was constantly described as a ring that being the case why didn't they just fly above or below it, space is three dimensional after all. I'm not too keen on Neelix's constant jealousy because Kes has other male friends. It was good to see Chakotay's slightly different command style which lead to a disagreement with Lt. Tuvok although by the end it was clear that they respected each other's methods.


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