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Harry Kim Takes "The Command" and Torres Feels Her "Inner Child"

Posted: 06:59:01 on August 21
By: Steve Krutzler
Dept: Voyager

Here's the latest 'Voyager' episode info that we managed to dig up...

Ken Biller's promise that Harry Kim will receive long-neglected character development and come face to face with a sort of lost-in-the-Delta-Quadrant-glass-ceiling will come to fruition this fall when Kim has the opportunity to take command of an alien ship in "The Command".

Once again taking the route of societal-commentary (already one episode in the new season will deal with managed health or HMO policies, "Critical Care") in the vein of the original Star Trek, expect ethical debate when Torres takes the future of her unborn child's genetic makeup into her own hands with an episode sure to be reminiscient of recent discussions over the potential applications of the mapping of the Human Genome. In "Inner Child", Torres tries to spare her unborn from the part of herself she most despises: her Klingon half.

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