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What rating would you give " Juggernaut"?   5 members have voted

  1. 1. What rating would you give " Juggernaut"?

    • 5. It's great, I loved it!
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    • 4. It's good
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    • 3. It's average
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    • 2. It's not that good
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    • 1. I hated it!
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Production: 215

Season: 5 Episode: 21

DVD Disc: 6

Air Date: 04.26.1999

Stardate: Unknown

 

 

Review Pending...

 

Cast:

Kate Mulgrew as Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran as Chakotay

Roxann Dawson as B'Elanna Torres

Robert Duncan McNeill as Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips as Neelix

Robert Picardo as The Doctor

Tim Russ as Tuvok

Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine

Garrett Wang as Harry Kim

 

Guest Cast:

Ron Canada as Fesek

Lee Arenberg as Pelk

Scott Klace as Dremk

Alexander Enberg as Malon 3

 

Creative Staff:

Director: Allan Kroeker

Teleplay By: Bryan Fuller & Nick Sagan and Kenneth Biller

Story By: Bryan Fuller

 

Related Items:

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Decent episode, nothing special about it.

 

Just wanted to point out that at the end (it's not a spoiler, trust me) we actually SEE the Sonic Shower in action. They may have already done this on DS9, but I'm pretty sure it was never shown in Next Generation. Since television tends to have a no-bathroom policy (many shows don't have bathrooms at all, have you ever seen one in Star Trek?), I'm not surprised. We see the dirt or whatever pulled from Torres and it kinda goes up in a spiral.

 

I always assumed they'd simply "lock on" to the dirt/grease and "beam" it off you, out into space. Kinda like what the Malon (sp?) do but dirt/grease doesn't have Theta radiation.

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An alright episode. The Malon were never really a favorite species, but they had a good story.

 

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3. What makes this episode stand out is that it shows that the Malon aren't all bad. It kind of reminds me of the old stories about how airplane pilots used to think Gremlins sabotaged their planes, like on the Shatner Twilight Zone episode. I'm sure that had some inspiration for the story. Like others have said, the Malon just aren't that interesting. I'd say it's okay and that's why I give it a 3 out of 5-average

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