Star Trek: Voyager 7 Seasons 1995

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1. The 37's AGES_12_AND_OVER

The crew explores a remote planet inhabited by humans who were abducted by aliens in 1937

Starring:
Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran
Runtime:
46 minutes

The 37's

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Season 2
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Genres Fantasy, Drama, Science Fiction, Action & Adventure
Director James L. Conway
Starring Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran
Supporting actors Roxann Biggs-Dawson, Jennifer Lien, Robert Duncan McNeill, Ethan Phillips, Robert Picardo, Tim Russ, Garrett Wang
Season year 1996
Network CBS Studios International
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 Jun 2005
Format: DVD
After the dissapointingly short first season, the second was a dramatic improvement and stands out as better than either TNG's or DS9's second seasons.
Strong sci-fi concepts abound in this season, with an excellent opener 'The 37s' which is centered around alien abductions! Other stand out episodes include 'Deathwish', Voyager's first and best Q show, in which the immortality of the Q is shown to be not so brilliant, 'Lifesigns', a touching Doctor show, 'Cold Fire', a big Kes show which reveals the Ocampa are not so small and innocent, 'Tuvix' a comic and touching episode which deals with the blending of Tuvok and Neelix into perhaps a better single being and 'Resolutions' in which Janeway and Chakotay almost become more than friends.
'Basics' is a stunning finale and gets down to thebasics (no pun intended) of sci-fi, leaving you in considerable suspense for the third season.
My only gripes with this season are the boring villians, the Kazon(surely the Vidiians, superior villians which are underused, couldhave been expanded on) and klunker episode 'Threshold' which shows an evolved Paris and Janeway as sort of lizards! Surely a more realistic effect, never mind a concept could have been used.
This season exceeded expectations after the slow first season and showed Voyager's potential. Not the show's best season, but brilliant none-the-less. A must have for sci-fi fans!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. C. Richardson on 13 Sep 2010
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Considering it is virtually impossible to get hold of these boxsets now (unless you want to buy them second hand) this collection itself does not dissapoint at all.

Containing all the fantastic episodes from Voyager Season 2, which seem to go from strength to strength, cardboard sleeve and inside booklet - this is a must have for any Star Trek Voyager fan.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Kerr TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 Jan 2009
Format: DVD
The crew of the Federation star ship USS Voyager, commanded by Captain Janeway, continue their journey home after finding themselves stranded in the delta quadrant (see season one.)

This is the second season (out of seven) of Star Trek Voyager and contains all twenty six episodes.

The first episode "The 37's" was a brilliant opening to the series, and standards throughout the season remained high (with one exception), finishing with the stunning cliff hanging "Basics"

Highlights include the appearance of "Q", the holographic doctor believing he is a 'real' person, Captain Janeway and Commander Chakotay being stranded on a planet (all alone together) and the brilliant "Deadlock" episode.

One episode I do have to mention is "Threshold" not because it was good, but because it was bad. A definite lemon in the series and one of the most ridiculous episodes of the entire Star Trek saga. It even received sour reviews from more hardcore trekkies.

But that episode aside, the series was pretty good and genuinely entertaining. The character development continues (Kate Mulgrew really was a good casting choice). And the Tom Paris (apparently leaving the ship) sub-plot later into the series was brilliant.

Star Trek Voyager was still finding itself, and yes there are still several elements and story lines that are borrowed from the other Star Trek shows, or that have simply been done before, but it was a taste of things to come, and knowing how successful Voyager would become in later seasons that makes you appreciate it's younger days.

Personally I would stay that this second season was an improvement on the first, still not as good or as enjoyable as later seasons (viewing figures must have doubled with the addition of Jeri Ryan in the forth season), but overall still a welcome addition to Star Trek.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy Lovesey on 7 Oct 2007
Format: DVD
The second season of Voyager gets off with a good start in "The 37's", the episode that initially should have closed Season 1(and indeed did when first shown in the UK, and on UK VHS releases). After which we're immediately thrown into dull Kazon territory with "Initiations" guest starring DS9's Aron Eisenberg. That's the main problem with Season 2 - the amount of ho hum dullness, which is for the most part generated by the excrutiatingly boring Kazon race. Why did the producers of Voyager not realise sooner that NO-ONE LIKES THE KAZON! Luckily, although having "main villain" status they are only the focal point of about 5 episodes this season (all banal).

The rest of the episodes are, on the whole, much better. HOWEVER, (and I think I'd like to say all the criticisms now and save the praise for later in my review) there are 4 episodes that are DIABOLICALLY AWFULL with absolutely NO redeeming features. These are: "Elogium" (another 1st season hangover), in which Kes has her first period and Voyager is surrounded by giant sperms; "Parturition", where Neelix and Tom are trapped on a stormy planet with an alien big bird; "Threshold" in which Tom turns into a lizard; and "Resolutions", where Janeway and Chakotay have to shack up on a deserted planet and Janeway is atrociously out of character for the whole episode. These atrocities and the Kazon banalities aside, the rest of the shows are generally good.

Highlights include the final two season 1 lefovers "Projections", where the Doctor fears he is losing his mind, and "Twisted", where the ship gets all... well...
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