Star Trek: Voyager

Season 6 Episode 14


Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Feb 02, 2000 on UPN

Episode Fan Reviews (6)

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  • "Filler episode" my large behind. Words said by a clueless individual should not cloud a person's mind.

    War is hell and it's not a natural thing that the human psyche relates to - or a Talaxian. Whatever.

    The moral of the story is clear.

    My grandfather who is now dead is finally at peace. His young life was totally destroyed by World War II.

    So watch this episode and see the message or don't and remain blind. The message remains the same; as humans we keep trying to kill each other like crazy but the affect of killing messes up the human mind. Why do we continue to do something like this is puzzling - why do we continue to do actions that seems internally wrong?

    If you can answer that question, maybe you'll win the Nobel Prize.

    War sucks and no one can deny that. So kiss my pacifist ass.

    My grandfather's life after the age of 18 was a tragedy. A young man's life was completely altered because he had to kill other human beings.

    His life after WWII was sad and dismal.

    Any further questions?