As Janeway, Seven, Kim and the Doctor struggle to free the minds of their shipmates, dissension looms between the Alpha Hirogen and his subordinates, particularly with Turanj. Janeway's negotiation for a ceasefire with the visionary Alpha Hirogen becomes the straw that breaks the proverbial camel's back. As Turanj selects Janeway as his personal prey, the rest of Voyager's crew vie against superior German forces in the continuously running ship-wide WWII holodeck simulation.
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Torres says that they stole the weapons from the Germans, yet their weapons (M1 Garand, Colt M1911) are all American. See more
On two occasions, the German radio room (as a holo simulation) can be seen. The two-way radio in that room is indeed a World War II radio, but it is an American World War II radio, not a German military radio. The radio shown had (has) a US Army designation called "BC-312" or "BC-342". On the radio, four bright indicator lights can be seen, which were not present on the original BC-312 radio. They were added by the props department for effect.
To be fair to the makers, the episode also depicts a genuine BC-611 radio which is shown in Chakotay's army tent (the walkie talkie on his desk), and Tom Paris uses a genuine BC-1000 WWII radio on two occasions. These two WWII American army radios are shown in their correct configurations (including accessories) and are indeed of WWII vintage, so I was impressed to see these two items depicted as factually correct. See more
[as Captain Miller
You'll lead us into the compound, but I'm coming with you.
Captain Kathryn Janeway
I work better alone.
This isn't a request, it's an order.
Captain Kathryn Janeway
Order? Do I look like I'm wearing one of your uniforms?
A 90 minute feature-length version of "The Killing Game", the two parts spliced together without the intervening credits and previews, was broadcast by the BBC on the first UK airing of 5 September 1999.
This "movie" version was released in the UK on VHS on 5 February 2001 as part of the collection "Star Trek: Voyager - Movies: Volume 3". (This 5-volume collection includes all of the Voyager two-part episodes in similar feature versions, and all of the feature-length episodes as well.) See more
References Death Takes a Holiday
Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway See more