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Title: Resistance

Episode: Season 2, Episode 12

TELEPLAY BY: Lisa Klink

STORY BY: Michael Jan Friedman and

Kevin J. Ryan

DIRECTED BY: Winrich Kolbe

First Aired: Nov 27, 1995

Stardate: Unknown

SUMMARY:

Janeway is shot during an away mission and taken in by Caylem, a man who mistakes her for his daughter. While Voyager attempts to negotiate with the aliens for the release from prison of the rest of the away team, Janeway leads a raid on the prison with Caylem's help and frees her crew.

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I didn't care much for this episode, it was a bit confusing.

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The prison breakout is a bit repetitive in terms of how often it was done before or will be done again... I liked the "psychological" storyline better - the old man dealing with the loss of his daughter, and Janeway interacting with him and other people on that planet.

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I agree, elara. As well Janeway's storyline, I also loved the scenes with B'Elanna and Tuvok. When Tuvok was tortured so much that he couldn't suppress it anymore was kinda disturbing cos that must have been a significant amount of pain.

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It thought this was one of the best after watching the first 10 eps of season 2. A tragic story of a man who lost his wife & daughter and blames himself. He gets to be the hero in the end, a good death. I always like actor Alan Scarfe (paying Augris) so that was a bonus.

7/10

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