Star Trek: Voyager 3x12 Macrocosm

#1

Star Trek: Voyager
Tuesday, 2 July 2013
10 PM Eastern - 7 PM Pacific

“Good health.”

#2

getting ready to engage on the hour…

#3

well the Tak Tak seem not to be good on the whole intercultural competence thing

#4

“I could use a man like you at the front door”
That made me think of Neelix as a butler more than as an ambassador, not gonna lie

#5

The evolution of the strip of flesh over the mouth baffles me.

#6

maybe it’s ritual or superstitious, too. :rolleyes:

#7

Weird. I don’t remember this episode at all. I’m finding that a lot with the pre-7of9 episodes. I could swear I’d seen them all.

This seems like it might be a pretty exciting one, as well.

#8

crawling through Jeffries tubes always seems to lend drama to an episode.

Also - why do they look so spacious? In my mind they’d be quite a bit more claustrophobic.

#9

Really? Interesting.

Something’s coming for Neelix…!

#10

The ship is like a kilometer long. It’s all a matter of perspective.

#11

And now Janeway goes bad-ass on us!

#12

She couldn’t do that from her communicator? Or just talking to the computer?

#13

To seek out new life and new civilizations… and squash them under your palm. :eek:

#14

Jeez, Captain. Whatever happened to “set for stun”? :eek:

#15

Bad-assery confirmed: my mother-in-law just said “oh she’s like Ripley!”

#16

I definitely think that was the intention.

#17

I love that my mother-in-law doesn’t speak English yet she enjoys watching Star Trek with me :stuck_out_tongue:

Crazy bugs!

#18

If only they had established using the shuttles as quarantine areas… :rolleyes:

#19

This is part of the danger of the ship being ALIVE

#20

It annoys me that they keep using the word “mucilaginous”. It’s clearly not mucilage. And why not just say “sticky”?