The best Kes episode was when she gets taken over by the Warlord, that was some range revealed there. Apparently in that timeline, the Year of Hell took out Ayala, Andrews, Baxter, and all other runners up for the job. However, the episode does suffer from the fact that we as an audience figure out what's going on long before the characters do, and there's a bit of lag time while we wait for them to catch up. Also our Internet connection has been iffy. So I think we have overextended our visit into Kazon space and those stories are all going to be resolved and done with at the beginning of the [third] season. The continuity of the story as a whole entity is ruined by this manner of production.
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I hope you will join me on these adventures. Just as we think we have sorted it out, the balance shifts again. Kes has gathered enough information so the Doctor can treat her, only to start rapidly time-jumping back to her childhood, her birth, and eventually a fetus! It just sort of blindsided me toward the end of the season, when it was just one thing after another ripping these people apart and making me feel their pain, which was great. I never liked the bun of steel much I preferred the bob of steel It'd have to be when she still had it long but wore it down; or season five for me. Separated by the Wall:
Star Trek: Voyager S3 E "Before and After" / Recap - TV Tropes
When Tom mentions the temporal flux of the chroniton torpedoes, he gets an idea of why Kes is travelling backwards through time. But it's about your forehead ridges. Your mobile emitter gives you freedom of movement. Working on a TV show involves grueling hours and a tight production schedule that leaves little room for error. Much longer than the others. You just keep working on that sense of humor, Commander Vulcan. Go To Topic Listing Voyager.
I loved the long hair. I also grew up in a hair salon. She had a very droll way of answering questions. I hate it when people write articles with lame ass titles like the one for this article. And I agree that the Kazon and the Ocompan societies lack complexity.