Star Trek: Voyager

Season 6 Episode 23

Fury

2
Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM May 03, 2000 on UPN
7.6
out of 10
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169 votes
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Stardate: Unknown
An older Kes returns to Voyager to take revenge on Janeway for taking her away from her homeworld too young. Using her telekinetic powers to travel through time, Kes intends to deliver Voyager to the Vidiians and "rescue" her younger self.

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  • Fury

    9.0
    Fury was a superb episode of Star Trek: Voyager and I really enjoyed watching this episode because there was a lot of action, drama, intrigue and surprises about Kes. It was interesting to see what she did upon her return to Voyager both past and present. This episode had a good story though it was sad to see Kes this way. I enjoyed the back in time scenes with Kes and Neelix. I look forward to watching the next episode!!!!!!!moreless
  • The first time watching this episode was a little confusing because of it's fast paced story. However, on my second viewing was when the true beauty came out.

    9.4
    Over all this episode is Great. The story at first viewing may be a little fast paced and may be hard to follow for some. However, Once you get into what's going on and understand that all the people and events that Tuvok's seeing and hearing are all from the future, then you will truly enjoy this. I loved the laser fights and how Chakotay broke free from the Vidiians grasp. I believe this episode is better then what is shown here. All it takes is to understand it and you'll see it's true Greatness. I may even watch it tonight!moreless
  • The return of Kes and she's not happy…

    8.0
    The return of Kes and she's not happy…



    Kes returns. She boards Voyager amid explosions and other manifestations of her wrath. She makes it to engineering where she taps the warp core to send her back in time.



    She goes back to an earlier, simpler time in Voyager history and her own past. Her purpose is to rescue her younger self from Voyager and send that younger self home. She also wants to turn Voyager over to the Vidiians so they won't be around to let her go off on her own at the beginning of Season 4.



    Back in the time though, Tuvok starts having premonitions. He starts seeing what Kes is doing in the future. At least enough so that Janeway can stop the older Kes and rescue the younger one. She also sets up handling Kes in their future encounter. Now, from a time altering perspective, you'd think Janeway wouldn't let Kes leave in Season 4 since she now knows that will be a disaster. However, as usual, we go with the flow.



    It's actually great to have Kes back. We've missed her. And, it's kind of cool to revisit the earlier Voyager stories where Neelix was her boyfriend. I think it would be a real 10 if they'd truly brought her back and when all the "time dust" settled, she'd have never left Voyager.moreless
  • Janeway discovers Tuvok's birthday. Tuvok blows out his candle on the cake and says it is a fire hazard. Then, Voyager receives a distress call from a small vessel. It is Kes. She wants permission to come aboard.moreless

    9.6
    Janeway discovers Tuvok's birthday. Tuvok blow out his candle on the cake and says it is a fire hazard. Then, Voyager receives a distress call from a small vessel. It is Kes. She wants permission to come aboard. Janeway gives her permission to come aboard. Kes's ship is coming in too fast. She transports off her ship just before it collides with Deck 9. Kes seems very angry. She makes her way to engineering. Torres and Seven confront her. They are pushed aside. Kes touches the warp coil casing and vanishes. She reappears in the past. What does she want? I rate this episode a 9.6moreless
Robert Picardo

Robert Picardo

The Doctor

Kate Mulgrew

Kate Mulgrew

Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran

Robert Beltran

Commander Chakotay

Roxann Dawson

Roxann Dawson

Lt. B'Elanna Torres

Ethan Phillips

Ethan Phillips

Neelix

Tim Russ

Tim Russ

Lt. Commander Tuvok

Vaughn Armstrong

Vaughn Armstrong

Vidiian Captain

Guest Star

Amy Kate Connolly

Amy Kate Connolly

Kes (PHOTO DOUBLE)

Guest Star

Jennifer Lien

Jennifer Lien

Kes

Special Guest Star

Josh Clark

Josh Clark

Lt. Carey

Recurring Role

Tarik Ergin

Tarik Ergin

Lt. Ayala

Recurring Role

Nancy Hower

Nancy Hower

Ensign Samantha Wildman

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (8)

    • Nitpick: Janeway tells Tuvok that in all of the years that they've known each other that she never knew his birthday, and that she had to do serious research to discover it. However, as his commanding officer, she would have access to his Starfleet personnel file which would include that information.

    • Nitpick: In 2376, when confronting Kes, Captain Janeway begins by saying: "Three years ago, you travelled back in time ... wanted to take [young Kes] with you". However, in the original timeline, Kes travelled to 2371.

    • Trivia: In the past, The Doctor reveals to Kes that one of the names he is considering for himself is "Schweitzer". This is an off-handed reference to season one's "Heroes and Demons" (which takes place after the "past" scenes of this episode). In that episode, The Doctor does, in fact, decide to call himself Schweitzer, but only uses this name for the single episode.

    • Goof: B'Elanna's hairstyle in the "past" scenes is not consistent with the one she wore in season one.

    • Goof: Tuvok wears Lieutenant Commander's pips throughout the episode, even though in the past he should have been only a Lieutenant.

    • Goof: In the scenes taking place in the past, Chakotay's hair colour and style are not consistent with his hair from season one.

    • Goof: Janeway wishes Tuvok a happy birthday, and points out that he is nearing triple digits. However, based on the information given in "Flashback", Tuvok was 29 in 2293, and should therefore be 112 in this episode.

    • Nitpick: The background graphics of the inside of the future Kes' ship are identical to those of the time ship used by Captain Braxton in "Future's End".

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Paris: (to Kes) Home for me means a penal colony. Out here, I get to fly a state-of-the-art ship and there's no admirals in sight.

    • Paris: Faster than light, no left or right.

    • Janeway: We've known each other for how long?
      Tuvok: Approximately twenty years.
      Janeway: We've served on three Starships together. I was present at your daughter's Kohlinar. I consider you one of my closest friends.
      Tuvok: And I regard you with the same esteem.
      Janeway: I've always been honest with you, but you've been keeping something from me.
      Tuvok: I don't know what you mean.
      Janeway: Don't you? It took exhaustive research, sifting through teraquads of data, separating fact from rumor, but eventually I arrived at the truth.
      Tuvok: Captain?
      Janeway: Happy birthday.

    • Tuvok: (On blowing out the candle on his birthday cake) It was a fire hazard.

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