Rebinge Star Trek Voyager

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RBVOY 022 – Parturition (S2E7)

Rebinge Star Trek Voyager
Rebinge Star Trek Voyager
RBVOY 022 - Parturition (S2E7)

Rebinging Star Trek Voyager: Parturition

Hello Star Trek fans! Welcome to Rebinge Star Trek Voyager S2E7: Parturition. In this episode, we HOPEFULLY put an end to the Neelix jealousy story as Tom and Neelix are forced to deal with their tenuous relationship. This episode has a food fight, a new Janeway haircut, a weird puppet baby that hatches from an egg, the doctor giving terrible advice and Neelix acting like a toddler. It. Is. Wild.


Voyager has found a planet that may have some resources, however we call this Planet Hell so I’m thinking maybe not…but of course we have to check it out. Janeway sends down her best pilot (Tom) and her best plant guy ???? (Neelix). This might seem like a good idea except Neelix is currently in a jealous rage over Tom’s relationship with Kes and Tom is being a moron about it. So naturally they end up in a weird and dangerous situation where they have to work together to save the life of a rubber lizard chicken baby that may or may not be E.T. This is really what happens.

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 S2E6: Twisted where the ship gets twisted into knots.

Next time…

Join us next week for S2E8: Persistence of Vision.

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