Rebinge Star Trek Voyager

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RBVOY 009 – Prime Factors (S1E10)

Rebinge Star Trek Voyager
Rebinge Star Trek Voyager
RBVOY 009 - Prime Factors (S1E10)
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Rebinging Star Trek Voyager: Prime Factors

Hello Star Trek fans! Welcome to Rebinge Star Trek Voyager S1E10: Prime Factors. In this episode we meet a new advanced race of people who are maybe a bit lazy. Janeway gets tangled up with one of the leaders of the community as she mistakenly believes he is there to help. This slimy dude is played by Ronald Guttman and we refer to him as Oily G.

Prime Factors

Voyager encounters a ship from a planet called Sikaris whose leader (Oily G) claims to be there to help. And he invites Janeway and her crew to spend time on his planet to relax and chill. This all seems great until we find they have advanced technology that could get us home but have their own version of the Prime Directive and do not want to help. On top of this, we encounter the seedy underbelly of this bored and lazy civilization who don’t seem to care about anything.

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Be sure to listen to our previous episode S1E9: Emanations where Harry disappears (again).

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Join us next week for S1E11: State of Flux.

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