In which Seven struggles with some genocidal habits.
In which Janeway throws a rock at a nest of angry hornets.
In which one could be forgiven for thinking that Star Trek writers have only ever read the one book.
In which Tuvok learns, and unlearns, to be a cold emotionless robot.
In which we watch a radio play.
In which the Doctor uncovers a conspiracy, kills a woman, and discovers he has a soul to wound.
In which Hans Landa talks about trust, a medical condition is brought up and never referenced again, and Janeway doesn’t speak to her exes anymore.
In which everyone’s high principles lead to a global environmental catastrophe, and blue balls.
In which the writers had a choice between a story about medical ethics and racism.
In which Seven gets a Trojan, Tuvok relies on faith healing, and the Doctor forgets about a major recognized treatment for mental degeneration.