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.
In which Harry kills everyone.
In which THE MITOCHONDRIA IS THE WARP CORE OF THE CELL.