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Star Trek: Voyager, episode 32 (2.12)

Last Modified: 28 Jun 2006 13:30:03

Kate Mulgrew   IMDB   Captain Kathryn Janeway
Robert Beltran   IMDB   Commander Chakotay
Roxann Biggs-Dawson   IMDB   Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres
Jennifer Lien   IMDB   Kes
Robert Duncan McNeill   IMDB   Lieutenant Tom Paris
Ethan Phillips   IMDB   Neelix
Robert Picardo   IMDB   The Doctor
Tim Russ   IMDB   Lieutenant Tuvok
Garrett Wang   IMDB   Ensign Harry Kim
Guest Cast:
Brad Dourif   IMDB   Crewman Lon Suder
Angela Dohrmann   IMDB   Ricky
Simon Billig   IMDB   Ensign Hogan
Majel Barrett Roddenberry   IMDB   Computer Voice
Tarik Ergin   IMDB   Lieutenant Ayala
Dennis McCarthy   IMDB
Cliff Bole   IMDB
Michael Piller   IMDB
Michael Sussman   IMDB
Voyager Teaser #032: Meld

Et mord er blevet begået på Voyager. Gerningsmanden er betazoid'en Lon Suder.

Tuvok forsøger at hjælpe ham med at kontrollere sine voldelige tendenser ved at foretage en sindsforening. Dette går godt for Suder, men knap så godt for Tuvok der snart begynder at udvise voldelig opførsel.
When the body of a crewperson named Darwin is found in Engineering, everyone assumes his death was accidental - until the Doctor determines that Darwin was, in fact, murdered. Tuvok launches an immediate investigation. A check of engineering logs places a Maquis named Suder at the scene of the crime. At first, Suder denies being involved. But when DNA evidence implicates him, Suder confesses, telling Tuvok he killed Darwin because "I didn't like the way he looked at me."

Unwilling to accept such a senseless motive for such a serious crime, Tuvok interrogates Suder in greater detail. To Tuvok's dismay, Suder can't articulate what drives his violent outbursts, so Tuvok secures his permission to perform a Vulcan mind-meld. Tuvok hopes it will help him understand Suder's motivations, and that some of his own Vulcan self-discipline will rub off on the confessed killer, allowing him to better control his violent nature.

Tuvok briefs Janeway on his mind-meld with Suder, and they discuss punishment options. Tuvok admits that although Suder seems calmer since the meld, he finds himself feeling disconcerted. Later, an encounter with the playful Neelix so enrages Tuvok that he strangles him; fortunately, the event occurs only in Tuvok's holodeck program.

Tuvok meets with Suder, who unsettles Tuvok with his comments about the seductive lure of violence, which Tuvok now fully understands. Fearful of his own impulses, Tuvok seals himself in his room and tells Janeway he's no longer fit for duty.

Janeway sends Tuvok to Sickbay, where he starts undergoing treatments to control his violent tendencies. That evening, Tuvok breaks out of Sickbay and confronts Suder, saying he's come to execute him. Yet Tuvok's rational instincts prevent him from completing the act of murder, and he collapses. Suder summons help and Tuvok returns to Sickbay where he successfully completes his rehabilitation.

By Dark Materia on 14 Dec 2002 19:09:37
Brad Dourif appears as the Maquis Lon Suder. One of the possibilities you have with a crew of non-Starfleet personel is that some of these people are not perfect, in this case: a murderous psycopath. Tuvok investigates a murder with no apparent motive, which leads him onto a dark journey into the mind of Suder. With such a strong theme, and the brilliant acting of Dourif and Tim Russ this show is a true classic.

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