Star Trek: Voyager (1999) – 11:59, and Relativity

Captain’s log: stardate 52840 Joe Menosky pens the teleplay for this episode from a story by Menosky and Brannon Braga. It debuted on 5 May, 1999, and gives Janeway actor Kate Mulgrew a chance to do something a little different. The crew have been sharing family histories, and Janeway shares the story of Shannon O’Donnel…

Star Trek: Voyager (1999) – Juggernaut, and Someone to Watch Over Me

Captain’s log: stardate unknown Bryan Fuller, Nick Sagan, and Kenneth Biller pen the teleplay for this episode from a story by Fuller. It first aired on 26 April, 1999 and sees the Voyager coming across a Malon freighter (we’ve encountered them before; they seem to be okay with polluting the galaxy by dumping their toxic…

Star Trek: Voyager (1999) – The Disease, and Course: Oblivion

Captain’s log: stardate unknown Micheal Taylor pens this Harry Kim (Garrett Wang) episode from a story by Kenneth Biller. It first aired on 24 February, 1999. The Voyager comes across a race of aliens, the Varro, a group of space-faring nomads, that are more than a little xenophobic. They’ve been in space for four centuries,…

Star Trek: Voyager (1999) – Gravity, and Bliss

Captain’s log: stardate 52438.9 Nick Sagan and Bryan Fuller penned the teleplay for this episode from a story by Jimmy Diggs, Sagan and Fuller. It first debuted on 3 February, 1999. When Tuvok (Tim Russ), Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill) and the Doctor (Robert Picardo) crash land on a planet that lays within a temporal anomaly,…

Star Trek: Voyager (1998) – Thirty Days, and Counterpoint

Captain’s log: stardate 52179.4 Oh, Tom Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill), you were doing so well… and then this episode happened. Written by Kenneth Biller, from a story by Scott Miller, this episode debuted, just days before Star Trek: Insurrection opened in theaters, on 9 December, 1998. Tom has been busted down to ensign for disobeying…

Star Trek: Voyager (1998) – Once Upon a Time, and Timeless

Captain’s log: stardate unknown Micheal Taylor pens this episode that first aired on 11 November, 1998. The Delta Flyer is forced into a crash landing after passing through an ion storm. Aboard is Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill), Tuvok (Tim Russ), and Ensign Wildman (Nancy Hower). Wildman, it seems have been injured, and back aboard the…

Star Trek: Voyager (1998) – Extreme Risk, and In the Flesh

Captain’s log: stardate unknown Kenneth Biller pens this Torres (Roxann Dawson) episode that first aired on 28 October, 1998. It also sees the crew, led by Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill), begins building a new shuttle christened the Delta Flyer, and they must finish it before the polluting Malon beat them to a planet to recover…

Star Trek: Voyager (1998) – Night, and Drone

Captain’s log: stardate 52081. 2 Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky pen the season five opener which first aired on 14 October, 1998. The Voyager, continuing its journey home, they are passing through a region of space with no planets, no stars, just an empty void for two months, and it is beginning to wear on…

Star Trek: Voyager (1998) – One, and Hope and Fear

Captain’s log: stardate 51929.3 Jeri Taylor pens this Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) episode that debuted on 13 May, 1998 and served as the penultimate episode of the fourth season. When a nebula that needs to be traversed as opposed to circumvented seems to stop the Voyager’s trip home, due to the level of radiation…

Star Trek: Voyager (1998) – Living Witness, and Demon

Captain’s log: stardate unknown Tim Russ directs this episode from Bryan Fuller, Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky from a story by Braga. It first aired on 29 April, 1998. This is a great Doctor (Robert Picardo) story as the episode follows a backup version of the Doctor that is activated some several hundred years in…

Ratatouille (2007) – Brad Bird, and Jan Pinkava

The Oscar winning Ratatouille (Best Animated Feature) is the next title on the What Else to Watch list following the recommendation in DK Canada’s The Movie Book for Toy Story. Featuring an incredibly talented voice cast including Patton Oswalt, Peter O’Toole, Ian Holm, Janeane Garofalo, Will Arnett, Brian Dennehy and Lou Romano the story follows…

Star Trek: Voyager (1998) – The Killing Game: Part II, and Vis a Vis

Captain’s log: stardate 51715.2 The conclusion to the thrilling two-parter The Killing Game is the first episode up this weekend. Penned by Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky, it debuted on 4 March, 1998. Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) has regained her autonomy thanks to the Doctor (Robert Picardo) neutralizing her neural inhibitor, and she is now aware…