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A revisit to the holographic town of Fair Haven proves dangerous for Paris and Kim as members of the program begin to see Voyager crew members change elements of the program before their eyes. The members of the program fear the voyager crew and think of them as bad spirits set to kill the town of Fair Haven. Written by Trekkie

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Books that characters reference include Mark Twain's "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" and H.G. Wells' "The Time Machine." The "Connecticut Yankee" was also mentioned in a similar context in an earlier Star Trek production, Star Trek: The Next Generation: Time's Arrow: Part II (1992). See more »

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Characters on the Holodeck would not have lives outside the part of the program that was being accessed by crew members of Voyager. The idea of a holodeck is far fetched enough. But the idea of wide ranging program where the characters themselves have meetings on their own. And discuss things going on from minute to minute stretches this concept beyond the breaking point. The adventures had on the holodeck are created and destroyed as they are moved through. They don't live on. See more »

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Captain Kathryn JanewayMichael Sullivan: [respectively] Just because we're from different worlds doesn't mean we can't care for each other.
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References Star Trek: Voyager: Fair Haven (2000) See more »

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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
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I would rather eat glass than see them make more Fair Haven episodes!
2 March 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I know some folks think everything Trek is always good. I've seen a few reviewers that simply give 9s or 10s to every episode. Well, I've got shocking news--some show DID occasionally suck! This is especially true on "Star Trek: Voyager". All too many episodes simply should have been ditched. In fact, instead of seven seasons of shows that varied tremendously in quality, I would have preferred five really good seasons. Had they ditched all the Fair Haven show, it would have been a great start!

A few episodes back, Mr. Paris made the Irish town of Fair Haven on the holodeck. Within the program everyone is happy and everything is perfect. There is no IRA, there is no British occupation, there is no potato famine and there is no division between Catholics and Protestants. Here everyone gets along wonderfully and welcomes strangers. In other words, it's nothing like the Ireland circa 1910 like it's supposed to be!

Here in the second Fair Haven another cliché appears--that these are all simple, foolish and highly superstitious folk. When one of them sees Mr. Paris doing things like talking to the computer or fixing a flat tire instantly or turning a lady into a cow for a joke, he realizes there's something amiss. Soon the others also catch on and the entire village is ready to weigh the strangers to see if they weigh as much as a duck!

The bottom line is that this has as much to do with sci-fi as a lump of butter. The plot is ridiculous, clichéd and embarrassing. Another episode that never would have been made had the writers not been drinking a few too many pints of Guinness!

Also, for laughs, try watching this with a few Irish friends. They'll probably appreciate it far less than an average American. I could be wrong, but seriously doubt it.


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