Tom Paris once again becomes creepily obsessed with an inanimate object, in “Alice”, and Neelix becomes obsessed with helping Tuvok, in, “Riddles”. Also! Trekabout is taking the next two weeks off. Our next episode will be released on August 14 (14 August for those of you in the correct parts of the world.)
The show decides to give B’Elanna character development for some reason with “Barge of the Dead”, a Klingon-centric episode. The Doctor-centric “Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy” is the winner of the week, however.
We return to the adventures of the USS Equinox in “Equinox, Part II”, as decisions are made and alliances are tested. Then, with “Survival Instinct”, Ronald D. Moore pens his one and only Voyager script.
In “11:59”, Star Trek: Voyager briefly becomes a WB drama (remember the WB?), and in “Relativity”, Star Trek: Voyager briefly becomes a show about Captain Braxton of the Federation timeship Relativity.
On this record-setting 300th episode of Trekabout, we talk about the double-sized Borg extravaganza “Dark Frontier”, which basically remakes Star Trek: First Contact. Plus! A bonus dicussion about Brannon Braga.