Star Trek: Voyager Rewatch: “Repression”

They try, in the seventh season, to finally do something with the Starfleet-Maquis tension that was supposed to be the spine of the show and was instead ignored 95% of the time. They failed. Like, badly. The Star Trek: Voyager Rewatch suffers from “Repression.”

An excerpt:

Keith Szarabajka is utterly uninteresting as Teero, while Robert Beltran and Roxann Dawson don’t act that much differently than themselves when they’re mind-controlled, which is disappointing. And at no point does Paris try to get through to his wife that maybe she shouldn’t leave her husband behind on a planet, a plot point that would seem to be blindingly obvious to pursue. It’s not like they forgot that the two of them were a couple, since the entire first scene of Act 1 is predicated on it…

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