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Star Trek: Voyager Warlord (1995–2001) HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi
Original Title: Warlord
Director: David Livingston
Writers: Gene Roddenberry,Rick Berman
Released: 1995–2001
Duration: 45min
Video type: TV Episode
A dying warlord takes over Kes's body and is determined to retake his home planet.
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kate Mulgrew Kate Mulgrew - Captain Kathryn Janeway
Robert Beltran Robert Beltran - Commander Chakotay
Roxann Dawson Roxann Dawson - Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres
Jennifer Lien Jennifer Lien - Kes
Robert Duncan McNeill Robert Duncan McNeill - Lieutenant Tom Paris
Ethan Phillips Ethan Phillips - Neelix
Robert Picardo Robert Picardo - The Doctor
Tim Russ Tim Russ - Lieutenant Tuvok
Garrett Wang Garrett Wang - Ensign Harry Kim
Anthony Crivello Anthony Crivello - Adin
Brad Greenquist Brad Greenquist - Demmas
Galyn Görg Galyn Görg - Nori
Charles Emmett Charles Emmett - Resh
Karl Wiedergott Karl Wiedergott - Ameron
Leigh McCloskey Leigh McCloskey - Tieran (as Leigh J. McCloskey)

Aired just two days before the release of Star Trek: First Contact (1996).

This episode features three past and future Star Trek: Deep Space Nine guest stars. Galyn Görg previously played Korena in "The Visitor", Brad Greenquist later played Krit in "Who Mourns for Morn?" and Leigh J. McCloskey went on to portray an illusory Joran Dax in "Field of Fire".

This episodes guest cast includes two actors who later appeared on Star Trek: Enterprise. Brad Greenquist played two roles in that series, appearing as Khata'n Zshaar in "Dawn" and as one of a trio of unnamed Rigelian kidnappers in "Affliction", and Karl Wiedergott portrayed Larr in "Dear Doctor".

The rifles that the Ilari guards in the Imperial Hall are armed with were reuses of Jem'Hadar rifles from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Kes, while possessed by Tieran, carries a pistol prop from the weapons display in James T. Kirk's cabin in Star Trek Generations.

A somewhat similar premise is seen on DS9: "The Passenger" when the alien criminal Rao Vantika takes over Doctor Bashir.

This takes place in 2373.

This episode introduces a holographic program of the Paxau Resort that continues to recur throughout the season, subsequently appearing in "The Q and the Grey", "Macrocosm", "Alter Ego", "Blood Fever", "Darkling", and "Before and After".

The damaged Ilari ship was an often reused studio model, most recognizable for appearing as the craft that attempted to steal supplies from Surplus Depot Z15 at Qualor II in TNG: "Unification I".

The prison cell force field emitters were reused from the second season Star Trek: Voyager episode "Resistance".

The costume worn by Galyn Görg was later worn by an unknown actress in the seventh season episode "Unimatrix Zero, Part II".

This episode marks the end of Kes and Neelix's relationship.



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