Most of Star Trek: Voyager has become a mercifully dim memory to me, but there was one moment that's really stuck with me. I'd like to know what episode it was from.
What I recall is this:
The ship is attacked, presumably by a more powerful enemy, because Janeway orders the ship to escape into warp. The friends I was watching the episode with and I exchanged knowing comments to the effect that it would never work, since it seemed to be a pretty common Star Trek trope that any attack on a ship--however slight--would knock out the warp drive and force the crew to deal with the situation at hand.
But in THIS case, the camera cut away to an exterior view of the ship tumbling through space. If I recall correctly, the camera is even rotating at a different rate than the ship, maybe even in the opposite direction, creating an impression of vertigo. And as the ship tumbles, the warp nacelles lock into position, and...BOOM, it warps away. My friends and I just stared, dumbfounded. Some of us might even have cheered after the shock wore off.
So...which episode was that scene in?