Star Trek: Voyager

Season 3 Episode 6

Remember

5
Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Oct 09, 1996 on UPN
7.7
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After Voyager encounters a telepathic species, B'Elanna starts having powerful dreams that depict the life of a woman and her lover in a time of great political and social upheaval.

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  • Remember

    8.0
    Remember was a great episode of Star Trek: Voyager and I enjoyed watching this episode as the crew were helping a telepathic race of aliens home when Lt. Torres begins having intense dreams. Though the episode was a little more slow paced and didn't have much action it was still interesting to watch. Lt. Torres figures out what is happening and the dark secret which is trying to find its way out to the light is quite disturbing. It makes me think of what we would do to the Amish because we disagree with how they choose to live their lives. Important messages embedded in this episode and I look forward to watching the next episode of Star Trek: Voyager!!!!moreless
  • Torres has some interesting dreams...

    7.0
    Star Trek Voyager continues to improve with this interesting episode concerning B'Elanna and some very intriguing dreams...

    I found myself wanting to see the end of the story but was able to figure out what was happening to Torres in a very short space of time! This did not detract from the storytelling.

    Loved Janeway's curt reaction when Torres lets off steam at the Enaran Ambassador...definately not the way to handle diplomatic relations!!

    The disappointment in this episode is that somehow I feel that we will not re-visit this intriguing story which shows shameful events in Enaran cultural history. It would be nice to see some follow up on this...

    All in all, an episode worth watching and good performance all round!moreless
  • The “Voyager” crew is transporting a group of Enarans to their homeworld. The Enarans are telepaths with the ability to share their experiences through mental telepathy. Torres begins having intense dreams while these Enarans are aboard the Voyager.moreless

    9.1
    The “Voyager” crew is transporting a group of Enarans to their homeworld. The Enarans are telepaths with the ability to share their experiences through mental telepathy. Torres begins having intense dreams while these Enarans are aboard the Voyager. She is late for her shift because of these dreams. Chakotay confronts her about this and asks her not to be late again. Torres dreams of another place and her name is Korrenna. Torres soon learns these are more than just dreams, but Enaran memories. Torres learns Korrenna is aboard the Voyager. Torres soon learns the real truth about Enarans.moreless
  • An average filler episode with characters I don't care about at all.

    6.4
    Voyager focuses very heavily on its big stars. There's 7 or 8 main characters, and the storylines tend to revolve entirely around them. The rest of the crew are largely nameless and replaceable, existing only long enough to get killed by the monster / alien / etc. Considering this, I'm not sure why the focus on this episode was on the memories of a soon-to-be dead single-episode character of a single-episode race. The concept was ok, although not unique, but I really just didn't care about any of the involved characters. A definite filler episode with a very out-of-character Janeway bringing things to a close (Since when is she ok with crew berating guests based on dreams ?).moreless
  • Star trek voyager has always been about exploring each persons character a little more with each episode.

    9.3
    This episode is mainly centered around B'Elanna Torres and her telepathic encounter with a group of aliens traveling aboard Voyager. I found the story of this particular episode to be very compelling and fun to watch. It did not have any action at all ,but it did have character development; which to me is the most important aspect in a successful show. For anyone wondering if this worth watching I would have to say yes. It is very important to watch as certain characters grow in a series and this episode does just that. The series does not disappoint by bringing yet another brilliant episode to the table.moreless

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