crew of Voyager are still unaware that they are living lives
that have been given to them by a regime keen to 'recruit'
trained workers for its understaffed power plant. But can
Chakotay convince Janeway of who she really is before it's
too late and what of her new love interest? Which
side will he take?...
the first half of Workforce was hard work in parts
then this second instalment is often enforced rock-breaking
labour. Every time is appears to get back on its feet the
episode is overwhelmed by yet another wave of sentiment which
is strangely at odds with the unfolding plot of kidnapping
and enforced labour.
uses up the entire crew's holodeck time - or so it seems -
living out her sexual fantasies. By day she's still the ice
cold ex-Borg - by night she's a steamy vamp shagging a virtual
also some totally dull sub-plot about space mines which in
combination with the main narrative should make Human Error
a real turkey. Strangely, this is not the case: the episode
is really quite good despite the seemingly endless stream
of 'Seven finds her humanity' stories we've already had to
endure almost weekly ever since the character was first introduced.
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