Star trek: Voyager 2.09b - Innocence
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Whilst prospecting, the Voyager crew makes contact with a race, the Drayans, who have isolated themselves. Cautiously visited by First Prelate Alicia (Marnie McPhail), diplomatic relationships are soon strained when a Federation shuttle crashes on one of the Drayans' moons, declared by them to be most sacred...
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
- Marnie McPhail .... First Prelate Alicia
- Tiffany Taubman .... Tressa
- Sarah Rayne .... Elani
- Tahj D Mowry .... Corin
- Richard Garon .... Ensign Bennet
- Anthony Williams .... Storywriter
- Lisa Klink .... Screenwriter
- James L Conway .... Director
Cinematic intelligence sources
- Studios and distributors:
Special Agent Matti
An attempt at Prime Directive drama that doesn't quite come off because it's all solved too simplistically (ie everyone is telling the truth).
We do get to see Tuvok with emotional and illogical youngsters, which would theoretically be an interesting event, but it also doesn't come off for the same reason. Why does everyone in the 24th century always tell the truth?
The premise - a race that gets younger as it ages - is ostensibly worthy of Star trek, but they did it first on Mork and Mindy. This episode also has the feel of a 67-minute script that's been chopped down to 44.
You will like it, however, if you enjoy seeing people who wear jumbo-sized condoms on their heads.
Security censorship classification
PG (Medium level violence)
Not for public release in Australia before date