Scorpion: Part I

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Voyager finds the Borg is at war with a far superior enemy. In order to avoid assimilation, Janeway negotiates an uneasy alliance with the Collective to secure safe passage through their space…

The Trekzone Review

And Voyager has found it’s space legs after three seasons of plodding along, dropping the occasional excellent episode or acting performance. The fourth spin off series finds where it fits in the grand scheme and doesn’t let up for forty four cracking minutes. We’re treated to seeing the Borg – apparently we all knew ‘this day’ was coming… although it was never mentioned…

Meantime, the talented John Rhys-Davies drops in for one of only a handful of special appearances as the great Leonardo DaVinci – or at least the holographic recreation of the great inventor. John’s accent and performance is superb and right on point. We’ll see him again next season.

Jennifer Lien finally gets to contribute in a meaningful way to the plot line as this Species 8472 is telepathic and conveying their sense of disgust with our form of biological lifeform to her. They’re now the powerful, indestructable kid on the block and it’s a good thing… the Borg never could be if we were going to be crossing their space in a tiny ship with 140 odd souls aboard.

To Be Continued…

Cast and Crew


Kate Mulgrew as Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran as Chakotay

Robert Picardo as The Doctor

Tim Russ as Tuvok

Roxann Dawson as Belanna Torres

Robert Duncan McNeill as Tom Paris

Garrett Wang as Harry Kim

Ethan Phillips as Neelix

Jennifer Lien as Kes

Special Guests

John Rhys-Davies

Story By

Brannon Braga

Joe Menosky

Directed By

David Livingston

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