Star trek: Voyager 1.07b - Faces
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Episode propagandaTom Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill), B'Elanna Torres (Roxann Dawson) and Lieutenant Durst (Brian Markinson ) are part of an away team which is captured by the Vidiians, repulsive beings who have contracted a hideously disfiguring phage. The Vidiians believe that Klingon DNA may cure them and so have used their advanced medical technology to make B'Elanna a full Klingon...
Persons of interest
- Kate Mulgrew .... Captain Kathryn Janeway
- Robert Beltran .... Commander Chakotay
- Roxann Dawson .... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres
- Jennifer Lien .... Kes
- Robert Duncan McNeill .... Lieutenant Tom Paris
- Robert Picardo .... the Emergency Medical Hologram
- Ethan Phillips .... Neelix
- Tim Russ .... Lieutenant Tuvok
- Garrett Wang .... Ensign Harry Kim
- Majel Barrett .... USS Voyager computer voice
- Brian Markinson .... Lieutenant Pete Durst, Sulan
- Rob Labelle .... the Talaxian prisoner
- Barton Tinapp .... the Vidiian guard
- Jonathan Glassner .... Storywriter
- Adam Grossman .... Storywriter
- Kenneth Biller .... Screenwriter
- Winrich Kolbe .... Director
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Special Agent Matti
Intelligence reportKlingon babe alert!
Oh, god, Klingon females turn me on! They're so butch, so forceful, so horny (their voracious sexual appetites are legend throughout the Alpha Quadrant!), in fact, Klingon females are the reason that Klingon males are so aggro: they have to be in order to survive!
But I suppose that you want to hear about the story. It's a good one: lots of ethical stuff with genetics and slavery and that. There is an irony here in that the incredible advances in medical technology made by the Vidiians were only possible because of their unethical behaviour. Sounds a lot like the situation every time there's a war on Earth (aeroplane travel, space travel, radar, computers - all are the result of the inspiration of noble conflict).
There's lots of good acting, too, especially from Roxann Dawson - differentiating the three roles (B'Elanna Human/Klingon hybrid, B'Elanna Klingon and B'Elanna Human) is a difficult job which she does extremely well. and, what's more, there's even someone who dies. Yay! I like it when people die, especially when I haven't already figured it out!
Security censorship classification
M (Low level violence)
Not for public release in Australia before date