Rebinge Star Trek Voyager

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RBVOY 016 – The 37’s (S2E1)

Rebinge Star Trek Voyager
Rebinge Star Trek Voyager
RBVOY 016 - The 37's (S2E1)
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Rebinging Star Trek Voyager: The 37’s

Hello Star Trek fans! Welcome to Rebinge Star Trek Voyager S2E1: The 37’s. In this episode, Voyager bumps into a red pickup truck floating in space. And if that isn’t outlandish enough, we bring the truck on board AND IT STARTS. This is a bit of a wacky episode where the secret of what happened to Amelia Earhart is finally revealed. Although we don’t really explain why she has feathered hair from the 90s. That’s a mystery for a different day.

The 37’s

When Voyager follows an SOS signal they find that Amelia Earhart, her navigator and a bunch of other people from the 1930s really were abducted by aliens and brought to the Delta Quadrant. If that isn’t crazy enough, we also find that some of those people kidnapped were put into cryo-stasis and we decide it would be a great idea to just wake them all up. What are we thinking!?

What’s this rebinge thing?

It’s a re-watch of a thing you’ve already seen but love to watch and talk about. We go deep with every episode, walking you through every scene and analyzing all of the characters and story lines. In each episode we discuss “Women in the Future” and “Janeway’s Leadership Corner” while over-analyzing everything.

Be sure to listen to our previous episode S1E16: Learning Curve where Tuvok learns maybe he’s the problem.

Next time…

Join us next week for S2E2: Initiations

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