Voyagers! (1982–1983)
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The Trial of Phineas Bogg 

Phineas Bogg is put on trial by other Voyagers for endangering Jeffery's life and violating the Voyager code.

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Bill McLaughlin ...
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Prof. Garth
Barbara Beckley ...
Brindle
Will Gill Jr. ...
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Phineas Bogg is put on trial by other Voyagers for endangering Jeffery's life and violating the Voyager code.

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16 January 1983 (USA)  »

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This episode takes place in two different settings: the Voyager Headquarters at an unspecified time and Mexico in 1836. See more »

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Prof. Garth: We must now weigh the evidence presented here. And our decision will affect not only the career of Voyager Phineas Bogg and the future of young Jeffrey Jones, but of the fate of all Voyagers. Of course, ultimately, we're charged with upholding the Voyager Code and the safety of the past, present and future, which that code and all Voyagers are sworn to defend.
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References Voyagers!: Cleo and the Babe (1982) See more »

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Best "Clip Show" Ever
13 April 2012 | by (Marietta, GA) – See all my reviews

Many series have a point where they want to take a break or they are over budget. To take care of this they produce what is called a "clip show" or a "bread and butter episode," where most of the action happens in flashbacks. Leave it to VOYAGERS! to turn this concept on its head and offer us, along with the clips, an episode that introduces us to the Voyager Tribunal (revealing something about the society Phineas Bogg is part of), a character Bogg mentioned in the first episode, and a "Moriarty" for future episodes, the sinister Drake, played to slimy perfection by Stephen Liska. Never has a clip show done so much by trying to save money. A super episode!


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