Kathryn Janeway

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:--[[Chuck Sonnenburg]], discussing VOY "The Caretaker"
 
:--[[Chuck Sonnenburg]], discussing VOY "The Caretaker"
  
:''This episode is once again about Janeway the Mary Sue. First we have this Harlequin thing going on down on the planet as she strives to find a cure while tempted by the chiseled native. Up on the ship, it's all about how much everyone misses them, even after months. I don't remember everyone being this upset for this long when [[Tom Paris|Paris]] left. I don't remember anyone being this choked up over the many people who've died out here for this long. Just like in Alliances when [[B'Elanna Torres|Torres]] suddenly snaps at anyone who questions the captain while she herself had done so just the episode before, Jeri Taylor presumes an importance about Janeway that just doesn't fit with what we've actually seen. Remember that this is a person who just last week killed a member of the crew! Also, recall "The Best Of Both Worlds", in which [[Jean-Luc Picard|Picard]] was taken from them, and [[William Riker|Riker]] gives the order to destroy the (Borg) ship anyway - except for the guest star, none of the crew tries anything to stand in Riker's way, and this from a crew that knew Picard for far longer. This story is just way too transparent in its "Everybody Love Janeway" plot.''
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:''This episode is once again about Janeway the Mary Sue. First we have this Harlequin thing going on down on the planet as she strives to find a cure while tempted by the chiseled native. Up on the ship, it's all about how much everyone misses them, even after months. I don't remember everyone being this upset for this long when [[Tom Paris|Paris]] left. I don't remember anyone being this choked up over the many people who've died out here for this long. Just like in Alliances when [[B'Elanna Torres|Torres]] suddenly snaps at anyone who questions the captain while she herself had done so just the episode before, Jeri Taylor presumes an importance about Janeway that just doesn't fit with what we've actually seen. Remember that this is a person who just last week killed a member of the crew! Also, recall "The Best Of Both Worlds", in which [[Jean-Luc Picard|Picard]] was taken from them, and [[William Riker|Riker]] gives the order to destroy the (Borg) ship anyway - except for the guest star, none of the crew tries anything to stand in Riker's way, and this from a crew that knew Picard for far longer. This story is just way too transparent in its "Everybody Loves Janeway" plot.''
 
:--Chuck Sonnenburg, [http://sfdebris.com/voyager/e841.asp VOY "Resolutions" review]
 
:--Chuck Sonnenburg, [http://sfdebris.com/voyager/e841.asp VOY "Resolutions" review]
  

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