Free from their pursuers, the leader of the holograms decides to continue the crusade against the organics in order to liberate all holograms, everywhere. The Doctor finally realises what he had done and comes up with a plan to redeem himself.

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Free from their pursuers, the leader of the holograms decides to continue the crusade against the organics in order to liberate all holograms, everywhere. The Doctor finally realises what he had done and comes up with a plan to redeem himself.

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This takes place in 2377. See more »

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B'Elanna Torres: It may be the warriors who get the glory. But it's the engineers who build societies.
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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
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Never trust Captain Crazy-pants!
7 March 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Doctor makes 'mistake' in trusting them Hirogens are annoying and call for reinforcements

In the first part of this two-parter, the Hirogens were idiots and they decided to 'improve' the holo emitters that Janeway gave them last season. She had HOPED that giving them holoemitters would encourage them to use their energy killing holo creatures and not real living ones. Unfortunately, the Hirogens decided to 'improve' the experience by making their opponents very formidable. The problem is that they now are so powerful that they're wiping out the Hirogen! So Janeway decides it's time to get rid of these holo characters once and for all. When the show ends, however, the Doctor feels sorry for these kindred spirits and joins them as the show ends!

Here in episode two, the Doctor slowly progresses from admiring these renegade holograms to being totally horrified by them. Unfortanately, the Doctor slowly learns that their leader is completely insane and has god-like feelings of grandeur. But how can he and the holo's hostage B'Elanna possibly stop these nut-case holograms?!

This is pretty exciting stuff and I liked seeing the reasonable holographic leader revealing himself to actually be Captain Crazy- pants! Well worth seeing--especially because the Doctor REALLY screws up!!


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