TV Database

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Caretaker (6 Apr. 2003)

While pursuing the trail of Maquis rebels, a newly commissioned Starfleet ship gets pulled to the far side of the galaxy.

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Parallax (23 Jan. 1995)

Tensions rise between the merged starfleet and maquis crews when they find another ship caught within a quantum singularity, only find there's more to the ship than it seems.

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Time and Again (30 Jan. 1995)

The Voyager crew discovers a planet which recently suffered a horrific catastrophe. Upon investigation, Janeway and Paris are sent back in time before the disaster and are faced with the decision of whether to try to stop it.

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Phage (6 Feb. 1995)

Searching to replenish their dilithium supplies, Voyager encounters the Viidans who assault other races for their organs. Neelix is attacked and his lungs taken. Now it's a race against time to retrieve the stolen lungs and save his life.

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The Cloud (13 Feb. 1995)

Voyager becomes trapped in a strange nebula when the crew searches for a new power source for the ship.

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Eye of the Needle (20 Feb. 1995)

When the Voyager crew encounters a wormhole and makes contact with a Romulan ship on the other side, it raises the crew's hopes of getting back to Earth.

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Ex Post Facto (27 Feb. 1995)

Tuvok plays detective when Paris is wrongfully convicted by an alien race of murder.

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Emanations (13 Mar. 1995)

When the crew finds a mysterious alien burial ground within an asteroid, a unknown phenomenon that teleports the bodies suddenly transports Kim to another planet where an alien race believes he is a being from the afterlife.

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Prime Factors (20 Mar. 1995)

The crew encounters a hedonistic alien race with the ability to travel through the galaxy at will -- an ability that may be the key to Voyager's returning home.

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State of Flux (10 Apr. 1995)

A fatal disaster aboard a Kazon ship reveals mishandled Federation technology at its heart, which indicates a traitor aboard Voyager.

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Heroes and Demons (24 Apr. 1995)

When Harry disappears during his Beowulf holonovel, Chakotay and Tuvok, sent to investigate, disappear as well. Not wanting to lose anymore crewmembers, the Doctor's transferred to the holodeck to investigate.

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Cathexis (1 May 1995)

An encounter with a peculiar nebula suddenly leaves Chakotay brain dead and unconscious. The crew is left with a mysterious but powerful force of energy onboard that can take over the minds of the crew members.

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Faces (8 May 1995)

In an attempt to develop a cure for the Phage, a Vidiian doctor captures Torres and splits her into her 2 halves, one human - the other, Klingon.

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Jetrel (15 May 1995)

Neelix is diagnosed with a fatal illness by a Haakonian named Jetrel. The same man who'd developed a doomsday weapon which destroyed a Talaxian moon and killed Neelix's family.

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Learning Curve (22 May 1995)

As Neelix's cooking sickens Voyager itself, Tuvok runs the four most problematic Maquis malcontents through a Starfleet-style boot camp.

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The 37's (28 Aug. 1995)

The Voyager crew discovers several people who were abducted during 1937, including Amelia Earhart, cryogenically frozen on a distant planet.

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Initiations (4 Sep. 1995)

Chakotay is captured by a young Kazon who is undergoing a manhood ritual.

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Projections (11 Sep. 1995)

The doctor tries to determine what is real and what is not when he is activated due to what appears to be a ship-wide emergency.

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Elogium (18 Sep. 1995)

The Voyager encounters a swarm of mysterious life forms that has a strange effect on the ship's key operating system and who's presence accelerates Kes' reproductive cycle.

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Non Sequitur (25 Sep. 1995)

Harry Kim wakes up in San Francisco having never been assigned to Voyager which Starfleet considers lost.

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Twisted (2 Oct. 1995)

A strange spatial distortion afflicts the ship and has the entire crew literally lost on their own ship.

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Parturition (16 Oct. 1995)

After a disagreement over Kes, Neelix and Tom Paris are trapped together on an alien planet and must work together so that they and their alien baby ward can survive.

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Persistence of Vision (30 Oct. 1995)

The Voyager crew enters a new region of space and begins to see hallucinations. The Captain sees her holonovel characters come to life.

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Tattoo (6 Nov. 1995)

Finding a familiar cultural symbol on an away mission, Chakotay connects with an experience he had as a child and tries to contact his spirit people.

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Cold Fire (13 Nov. 1995)

The Caretaker's remains resonate, which might well mean that its mate is nearby. The trail leads to a space colony of Ocampa with psychokinetic powers.

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Maneuvers (20 Nov. 1995)

After the Kazon steal some Federation technology Chakotay goes after them on his own and is captured.

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Resistance (27 Nov. 1995)

Disguised while on an away mission Captain Janeway is rescued by a man who thinks that she is his daughter.

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Prototype (15 Jan. 1996)

B'Elanna gives aid to a failing automated device found adrift in space. After the repairs, the device recalls what its purpose was - and carries it out.

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Alliances (22 Jan. 1996)

Janeway tries to make an alliance with a Kazon sect for their own protection and so they can continue their journey through the Delta Quadrant.

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Threshold (29 Jan. 1996)

Tom's attempt to cross the time warp threshold and make a name for himself results in rapid physical mutation.

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Meld (5 Feb. 1996)

Tuvok mind-melds with a murderous Maquis crewman to better understand the roots of serial killing, losing control of himself in the process.

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Dreadnought (12 Feb. 1996)

B'Elanna confronts her Maquis past when Voyager discovers a Cardassian super-weapon in the Delta Quadrant with artificial intelligence that B'Elanna once modified.

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Death Wish (19 Feb. 1996)

As Voyager's captain, Janeway conducts a hearing for asylum tied to a suicidal Q's right to die.

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Lifesigns (26 Feb. 1996)

The Doctor saves a Vidiian dying from the Phage by placing her consciousness in a holographic body and then thinks that he is falling in love with her.

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Investigations (13 Mar. 1996)

Tom Paris leaves Voyager and joins a Talaxian space convoy.

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Deadlock (18 Mar. 1996)

A schism duplicates everything in Voyager; except the antimatter, which both ships share. As one ship rips apart, the other comes under attack from organ-harvesting Vidiians.

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Innocence (8 Apr. 1996)

Tuvok crashes on a planet where he finds some children who know that they are all going to die.

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The Thaw (29 Apr. 1996)

Voyager finds a group of people in connected stasis chambers where something has gone terribly wrong.

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Tuvix (6 May 1996)

Transporter trouble merges Tuvok and Neelix into one, creating Tuvix.

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Resolutions (13 May 1996)

Captain Janeway and Chakotay contract an incurable virus and they can only survive if they stay behind together on a planet which negates the effects of the disease.

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Basics: Part I (20 May 1996)

Seska knows Voyager, and her Kazon cohorts want it, so the Voyager crew wonders what to make of her distress call announcing the birth of Chatotay's son.

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Basics: Part II (4 Sep. 1996)

With almost the entire crew of Voyager marooned on a desolate planet by the Kazon, Tom Paris heads out to fetch help while Lon Suder and the Doctor, still on Voyager, try to assist.

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Flashback (11 Sep. 1996)

Captain Janeway participates in a mind meld with Tuvok, who relives his experiences on the U.S.S. Excelsior under the command of Captain Sulu at the time of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991).

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The Chute (18 Sep. 1996)

Convicted of a crime they didn't commit, Harry and Tom wind up in an unsupervised, crowded prison, a hellhole where implants ramp up everyone's aggression.

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The Swarm (25 Sep. 1996)

Voyager is attacked by swarms of tiny spaceships which attach themselves to Voyager's hull. The Doctor is losing his memory and Torres activates the Jupiter Station diagnostic program run by a familiar hologram.

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False Profits (2 Oct. 1996)

Voyager comes across a pair of Alpha Quadrant Ferengis who have set themselves up as gods on a primitive planet. Voyager wants to end their reign and use the nearby wormhole to return home.

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Remember (9 Oct. 1996)

Lieutenant Torres starts having vivid dreams about another life, another love and another planet.

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Sacred Ground (30 Oct. 1996)

After Kes is injured by an energy field on a planet's sacred ground, Janeway must undergo a spiritual quest in order to save her life.

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Future's End (6 Nov. 1996)

A timeship from the future who tries to stop Voyager gets thrown with Voyager into the twentieth century. His timeship is found in the 1960's and Voyager finds a company that has benefited from its technology exists in 1996.

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Future's End, Part II (13 Nov. 1996)

As the Voyager crew pit their 24th century technology against Starling's stolen 29th century technology, Chakotay and Torres fall into the hands of paranoid white supremacists.

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Warlord (20 Nov. 1996)

A dying warlord, determined to retake his home planet, takes over Kes's body.

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The Q and the Grey (27 Nov. 1996)

Due to the death of the Q in their last encounter with Voyager, a Civil War has broken out among the Q continuum. A new Q needs to be produced and the mischievous Q known to the USS Enterprise has chosen Janeway as his mate.

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Macrocosm (11 Dec. 1996)

After returning from a first contact mission, Janeway, Neelix and the Doctor must retake Voyager from an infestation of microorganisms that grow to an alarming size.

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Fair Trade (8 Jan. 1997)

Voyager heads into a section of space that Neelix has no knowledge of, so he tries to obtain a map of it from a less-than-reputable friend.

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Alter Ego (15 Jan. 1997)

Ens. Kim and Lt. Tuvok become rivals in love over what at first seems to be a holodeck character.

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Coda (29 Jan. 1997)

Chakotay and Janeway crash on a planet and are stuck in a time loop where Janeway dies.

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Blood Fever (5 Feb. 1997)

Ensign Vorik's attempt to make B'Elanna his mate during Pon farr biochemically destabilizes B'Elanna, heightening her own aggressive emotions towards taking a mate.

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Unity (12 Feb. 1997)

Chakotay finds a planet of unassimilated Borg drones from all over the galaxy.

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Darkling (19 Feb. 1997)

As Kes develops a relationship with a Mikhal Traveler, a member of Voyager's crew develops a dangerously ruthless split personality with a fixation on Kes.

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Rise (26 Feb. 1997)

While helping a planet being bombarded by asteroids, Neelix and Tuvok get trapped on the surface, where Tuvok's negative attitude gets the better of Neelix's nerves.

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Favorite Son (19 Mar. 1997)

Ensign Kim's DNA changes, bringing with it memories of the region while a planet of alien women claim him as a favorite son returning home to mate.

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Before And After (9 Apr. 1997)

On her deathbed, Kes relives her life, jumping backwards in spurts of time towards birth, gaining knowledge as to why as she goes.

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Real Life (23 Apr. 1997)

As Janeway leads an investigation into an unheard of space phenomena, B'elanna tweaks the Doctor's all too sugary creation of a holographic family towards "real life."

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Distant Origin (30 Apr. 1997)

A superior race, descended from Earth dinosaurs, discovers Voyager, but living proof of the controversial Distant Origin Theory goes against widespread doctrine.

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Displaced (7 May 1997)

Voyager's crew is being replaced by strangers one by one and the replacements don't know why they are there.

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Worst Case Scenario (14 May 1997)

B'Elanna's discovery of a holonovel projecting a Maquis takeover of Voyager enthralls the crew, but a hidden edit could kill its mystery author.

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Scorpion (21 May 1997)

About to enter Borg space, Voyager finds a threat so devastating that even the Borg cannot deal with it.

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Scorpion: Part II (3 Sep. 1997)

Voyager finds a solution to combat the invader of Borg space. All Captain Janeway asks is free passage through their territory and Voyager will share their knowledge.

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The Gift (10 Sep. 1997)

As the crew works to remove impeding Borg technologies from Voyager, their Borg guest wants out while a crew member's telekinetic abilities become too big to contain.

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Day Of Honor (17 Sep. 1997)

Needy alien refugees, who look upon Voyager's generosity as stingy, put Torres and Paris in a life-threatening situation during a crossroads in their relationship.

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Nemesis (24 Sep. 1997)

Shot down by crossfire, Chakotay bonds with one faction in the midst of a war.

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Revulsion (1 Oct. 1997)

Amidst promotions, added duties and shifts in relationships, Voyager responds to a distress call from a hologram, one who proves himself dangerously unsafe to be around.

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The Raven (8 Oct. 1997)

PTSD strikes Seven of Nine, causing frightening visions and prompting her, under a panic attack, to seek the Borg Collective where no Borg exist.

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Scientific Method (29 Oct. 1997)

A string of bizarre illnesses afflicts the Voyager crew. The Doctor and Seven of Nine uncover a team of alien researchers existing out of phase performing medical experiments on the ship's crew.

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Year of Hell (5 Nov. 1997)

Voyager comes across a Krenim timeship that's wiping whole species from existence to change the existing timeline.

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Year of Hell: Part II (12 Nov. 1997)

A year after Voyager encounters the Krenim time ship, a badly damaged Voyager with a skeleton crew leads an armada of interplanetary ships against them.

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Random Thoughts (19 Nov. 1997)

A telepathic race arrests B'Elanna for thinking violent thoughts that have begun to infect their peacefully enlightened, virtually crime-free society.

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Concerning Flight (26 Nov. 1997)

After aliens raid Voyager, Janeway discovers her da Vinci holodeck character living independently at a trading post under the patronage of a shameless "prince" of thieves.

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Mortal Coil (17 Dec. 1997)

Thanks to Seven of Nine, Neelix returns from the dead, but his lack of a glimpse of the afterlife brings about a severe crisis of faith.

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Waking Moments (14 Jan. 1998)

Nightmares herald the presence of an alien race who've mastered the dream state. Chakotay's experience in lucid dreaming seems Voyager's best hope of escaping a shared dream entrapment.

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Message in a Bottle (21 Jan. 1998)

Using an alien communications net, Voyager sends their Doctor to the Federation ship USS Prometheus only to find that it has been taken over by Romulans.

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Hunters (11 Feb. 1998)

Voyager starts to receive news from home both good and bad. They also encounter the Hirogen race who only live to hunt and have their sights on Voyager.

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Prey (18 Feb. 1998)

Helping a wounded Hirogen, Janeway finds that their prey has boarded Voyager, a member of species 8472.

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Retrospect (25 Feb. 1998)

Seven of Nine claims to have been assaulted by the arms trader who just sold new technology to Voyager.

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The Killing Game (4 Mar. 1998)

After Voyager is captured by the Hirogens, the ship is turned into a massive holodeck so that the Hirogens can hunt members of the crew who have been fitted with new identities in various scenarios based upon Federation history.

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The Killing Game: Part II (4 Mar. 1998)

Janeway seeks to retake her ship and crew from the Hirogens.

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Vis à Vis (1 Apr. 1998)

Tom Paris befriends an amiable alien, unaware he's a serial form-exchanger who switches appearances and troubles with others without permission.

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The Omega Directive (15 Apr. 1998)

Detection of an Omega particle puts all other priorities and Starfleet directives on hold. Janeway is duty-bound to destroy that particle above all else, but Seven objects.

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Unforgettable (22 Apr. 1998)

An alien woman from a closed world seeks asylum aboard Voyager, claiming she's been there before and that she and Chakotay were lovers, but no one remembers her.

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Living Witness (29 Apr. 1998)

The Doctor awakens in the museum of an alien culture seven hundred years in the future, where Voyager is thought to have been a passing warship full of cold-blooded killers.

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Demon (6 May 1998)

Critically low on energy, Voyager limps to a hellish Y-class "Demon" planet for much needed deuterium. Harry and Tom beam down and make accidental contact with a gooey life form.

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One (13 May 1998)

Travel through a toxic nebula puts nearly all the Voyager crew in stasis, restricts the Doctor to sickbay, degrades the ship's systems and leaves Seven solely in charge.

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Hope and Fear (20 May 1998)

A tough coded message from Starfleet with a promise of home and a helpful alien adept at cracking language patterns. The coincidence seems too convenient for Capt. Janeway.

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Night (14 Oct. 1998)

Passing through a vast starless void, monotony hits the crew hard till a darkness species attacks, mistaking Voyager as an ally of a poisonous garbage freighter.

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Drone (21 Oct. 1998)

Voyager investigates the birth of a nebula. Unfortunately, its intense blast wave catches an away mission shuttle, causing emergency beam out transporter signals to fuse the Doctor's mobile emitter with Seven's nanoprobes. The mobile emitter subsequently starts assimilating a science lab and assaults a crew member to create a new Borg drone built upon the emitter's twenty-ninth century technology.

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Extreme Risk (28 Oct. 1998)

B'Elanna Torres secretly participates in several dangerous holodeck programs. The Voyager crew works around the clock to build the Delta Flyer, hoping to beat the Malon in retrieving a lost probe from the atmosphere of a gas giant.

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In the Flesh (4 Nov. 1998)

The Voyager crew discovers Species 8472 training to pose as human beings in a recreation of Starfleet Headquarters, a prelude to infiltration.

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Once Upon a Time (11 Nov. 1998)

Long-traumatized by the loss of his own family, Neelix balks at telling Naomi that her mother and others have gone missing on an away mission.

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Timeless (18 Nov. 1998)

A miscalculation by Ensign Kim causes a fatal crash during Voyager's first test with slipstream travel. Fifteen years in the future, survivors Chakotay, Kim and The Doctor attempt to send a message back in time to prevent the tragedy.

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Infinite Regress (25 Nov. 1998)

Voyager comes in contact with Borg technology which causes Seven of Nine to display multiple personalities.

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Nothing Human (2 Dec. 1998)

When an alien parasitically latches onto B'Elanna for survival, the Doctor calls upon a holographic Cardassian doctor for assistance, unaware he's a war criminal, thereby creating an ethical quandary.

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Thirty Days (9 Dec. 1998)

In a letter to his father, Tom Paris tells the story of the events leading up to his demotion to Ensign and sentence to thirty days in Voyager's brig.

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Counterpoint (16 Dec. 1998)

Voyager passes through a sector of space controlled by a race which is deeply suspicious of telepathic lifeforms. Tuvok and others force the Voyager crew to develop a novel approach in order to pass through safely.

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Latent Image (20 Jan. 1999)

The Doctor discovers a profoundly personal mystery when evidence of performing surgery on Ens. Kim eighteen months ago arises - for which the Doctor has no memory.

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Bride of Chaotica! (27 Jan. 1999)

The Voyager crew encounters photonic life forms that mistake warmongering characters as real in Tom Paris' far-fetched "Captain Proton" holodeck program.

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Gravity (3 Feb. 1999)

Stuck on a planet within a spacial "sinkhole," Tom pressures Tuvok to take an alien woman who fancies him for his own.

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Bliss (10 Feb. 1999)

The Voyager crew discovers what seems to be a wormhole leading to the Alpha Quadrant and home. Images of Earth and letters from home elates the crew of Voyager. Seven, and others, however, are skeptical of this seeming deliverance.

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Dark Frontier (17 Feb. 1999)

Aboard the Delta Flyer, Janeway leads Tuvok, Paris and the Doctor on a rescue mission to retrieve Seven from the Borg Queen. whose treatment of Seven is markedly atypical.

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The Disease (24 Feb. 1999)

Voyager encounters a group of xenophobic nomads, in space for 400 years, with serious ship-wide malfunctions. The offer to help leads to serious consequences.

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Course: Oblivion (3 Mar. 1999)

A slight respite seems to be in order but some mysterious force is affecting the very fabric of Voyager itself. To solve the mystery this crew must retrace their steps to see what went wrong.

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The Fight (24 Mar. 1999)

As unseen aliens adjust his neural pathways, Chakotay recalls both boxing at the academy under groundskeeper Boothby's management and watching after his "crazy old" grandfather.

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Think Tank (31 Mar. 1999)

As a relentless bounty hunter race closes in on Voyager, a sly alien think tank offers to devise a solution in exchange for a particular member of Voyager's crew joining them.

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Juggernaut (26 Apr. 1999)

Voyager must prevent a toxic waste freighter from exploding, lethally contaminating a vast sector of space. Unfortunately, there could be an alien boogeyman aboard the heavily irradiated ship.

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Someone to Watch Over Me (28 Apr. 1999)

As The Doctor guides Seven into the unfamiliar social realm of dating, Ambassador Neelix suffers an alien monk who overindulges.

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11:59 (5 May 1999)

Capt. Janeway recalls her ancestor, Shannon O'Donnell, with great reverence, but historical records don't back up the family story.

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Relativity (12 May 1999)

Captain Braxton of the Federation Timeship Relativity pulls Seven out of her time to help identify and diffuse a temporal bomb planted aboard Voyager.

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Warhead (19 May 1999)

An alien weapon that possesses artificial intelligence links with the EMH program and begins to terrorize the crew.

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Equinox (26 May 1999)

Voyager discovers another Federation starship in the Delta Quadrant, one that's had a rougher time getting home, on its last legs, and harboring a dark secret.

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Equinox: Part II (22 Sep. 1999)

While trying to run down the Equinox and retrieve its captain, Chakotay fears Janeway becoming equally as unethical and corrupt, challenging his loyalty.

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Survival Instinct (29 Sep. 1999)

A forgotten past decision confronts Seven of Nine when she meets three ex-Borg former shipmates permanently mind-linked to one another.

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Barge of the Dead (6 Oct. 1999)

A brutal experience aboard a shuttle puts B'Elanna in touch with the Klingon afterlife, where the Barge of the Dead steers her towards Klingon hell along with her mother.

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Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy (13 Oct. 1999)

An alien race, sizing up Voyager for a raid, taps into The Doctor's cognitive subroutines to make him their spy, unaware they're watching The Doctor's new daydreaming program.

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Alice (20 Oct. 1999)

Voyager takes on a "haunted" hot rod alien spacecraft with a possessiveness artificial intelligence that jealously bonds with Tom Paris.

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Riddles (3 Nov. 1999)

Sudden contact with a cloaked and extremely xenophobic race leaves Tuvok brain damaged. Neelix puts himself in charge of his rehabilitation.

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Dragon's Teeth (10 Nov. 1999)

An encounter with aliens in a subspace corridor leads Voyager to take refuge on a radioactive planet with remnants of its civilization tucked underground in stasis chambers.

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One Small Step (17 Nov. 1999)

Voyager crosses paths with a rare spatial anomaly that swallowed an Earth ship orbiting Mars in 2032 (a discovery that calls for an away mission).

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The Voyager Conspiracy (24 Nov. 1999)

Modifying her alcove to process several months of gathered data at a time turns Seven into a rampant conspiracy theorist. Meanwhile, Janeway deals with an alien scientist developing catapult technology.

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Pathfinder (1 Dec. 1999)

On Earth, Barclay uses holograms to formulate a plan to open communications with Voyager.

6 | 11


Fair Haven (12 Jan. 2000)

Capt. Janeway falls for an Irish barman character she modifies within Tom's holodeck Irish village recreational getaway for the crew called Fair Haven.

6 | 12


Blink of an Eye (19 Jan. 2000)

Voyager becomes trapped in orbit of a planet where time passes rapidly, days within seconds, and enters the mythos of its indigenous people.

6 | 13


Virtuoso (26 Jan. 2000)

The Doctor's singing talent is so appreciated by an alien species that he considers resigning his commission and staying on with his millions of adoring fans.

6 | 14


Memorial (2 Feb. 2000)

Members of an away mission start dreaming about a species they have never seen before who are in a gruesome battle on an unknown planet.

6 | 15


Tsunkatse (9 Feb. 2000)

Seven of Nine and Tuvok are enslaved while on an away mission, with Seven forced to fight in gladiatorial competitions to the death.

6 | 16


Collective (16 Feb. 2000)

Several Borg children abduct Chakotay, Kim, Neelix and Paris.

6 | 17


Spirit Folk (23 Feb. 2000)

For the holographic inhabitants of Fair Haven, unworldly actions from Voyager personnel fit only one explanation - they're faerie folk.

6 | 18


Ashes to Ashes (1 Mar. 2000)

Voyager receives a former crewman, deceased, resurrected, genetically altered, unrecognizable, and glad to be "home." Meanwhile, looking after the Borg children exasperates Seven of Nine.

6 | 19


Child's Play (8 Mar. 2000)

When Icheb's parents are located, Seven of Nine should be overjoyed, but instead does not believe their tale of Icheb's original assimilation.

6 | 20


Good Shepherd (15 Mar. 2000)

Three errant crewmen. What's Janeway to do? Take 'em on an away mission to see their colors true.

6 | 21


Live Fast and Prosper (19 Apr. 2000)

A trio of impostors give Voyager, Janeway, Tuvok, Chakotay and the Federation a bad name.

6 | 22


Muse (26 Apr. 2000)

An alien playwright discovers B'Elanna Torres, crash landed in the Delta Flier, and uses her and her logs as story material to please his patron.

6 | 23


Fury (3 May 2000)

An incensed Kes returns to Voyager to travel back in time and abduct her younger self, inadvertently causing younger Tuvok to experience precognitive hallucinations.

6 | 24


Life Line (10 May 2000)

The Doctor gets himself transmitted back to Federation space to treat his mortally ailing creator, Dr. Lewis Zimmerman. A clash of egos ensues.

6 | 25


The Haunting of Deck Twelve (17 May 2000)

Neelix engages the four ex-Borg children in a ghost story to keep them calm during a ship-wide power shutdown.

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Unimatrix Zero (24 May 2000)

Simultaneously, as Voyager nears an alien outpost decimated by the Borg, Seven of Nine begins to dream vividly of an idyllic sanctuary where a few Borg can gather subconsciously - Unimatrix Zero.

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Unimatrix Zero: Part II (4 Oct. 2000)

Although captured, Capt. Janeway squares off with the Borg Queen after successfully introducing the Doctor's pathogen to the Borg Central Plexus. Supply the cure or watch thousands die.

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Imperfection (11 Oct. 2000)

Seven of Nine's life is threatened when her cortical implants begin to degrade. Icheb wants to help her, but his proposition is very risky.

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Drive (18 Oct. 2000)

Tom's sudden entry in an alien spacecraft race throws a wrench into B'Elanna's labored plans for a romantic holodeck getaway for two, threatening their relationship.

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Repression (25 Oct. 2000)

Security officer Tuvok investigates a strange series of attacks on Voyager directed at the former Maquis members.

7 | 5


Critical Care (1 Nov. 2000)

Stolen and sold off, The Doctor winds up enslaved at an alien hospital, where social status strictly defines the quality of provided health care.

7 | 6


Inside Man (8 Nov. 2000)

Direct from Starfleet a hologram of Barclay arrives with instructions to get Voyager home within three days. The Doctor suspects that there is something wrong with the hologram.

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Body and Soul (15 Nov. 2000)

To circumvent The Doctor's obliteration by photon-hating humanoids, Seven secretly becomes his bodily host. In turn, The Doctor's personality dominates.

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Nightingale (22 Nov. 2000)

When the Delta Flyer comes to the aid of a medical transport, Harry Kim gets his first command.

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Flesh and Blood (29 Nov. 2000)

Free from their pursuers, the leader of the holograms decides to continue the crusade against the organics in order to liberate all holograms, everywhere. The Doctor finally realises what he had done and comes up with a plan to redeem himself.

7 | 10


Shattered (17 Jan. 2001)

Voyager encounters an energy field which leaves each section - and its crew - existing in a different time period.

7 | 11


Lineage (24 Jan. 2001)

Tom and B'Elanna are overjoyed about their coming child; however, B'Elanna soon starts to have unpleasant flashbacks about her difficult childhood.

7 | 12


Repentance (31 Jan. 2001)

Voyager rescues a prison warden and a set of prisoners that are scheduled to be executed testing their own ethical beliefs.

7 | 13


Prophecy (7 Feb. 2001)

Voyager finds a multi-generational Klingon ship that left the Alpha Quadrant more than 100 years before. When they hear of B'Elanna's child, they claim it as their savior.

7 | 14


The Void (14 Feb. 2001)

Voyager slips into a pocket of subspace where many other ships are trapped and must steal from each other to survive. Only with the help of other star ships can they all escape the void.

7 | 15


Workforce (21 Feb. 2001)

Almost the entire Voyager crew has been abducted and brainwashed to serve as workers in a severely short-handed industrial alien society.

7 | 16


Workforce: Part II (28 Feb. 2001)

While B'Elanna's memories slowly return aboard Voyager, Chakotay struggles to maintain his identity against the Quarren's Division 6.

7 | 17


Human Error (7 Mar. 2001)

Using the holodeck, Seven of Nine is trying to perfect her social skills to the point of becoming an obsession.

7 | 18


Q2 (11 Apr. 2001)

When Q finds his rebellious son too much to handle, he brings him to Voyager in the hope that Captain Janeway can teach him responsibility and compassion.

7 | 19


Author, Author (18 Apr. 2001)

The Doctor writes and publishes an incendiary holonovel that defames the crew, Paris' tampering offends the author, and The Doctor's rights fall into question.

7 | 20


Friendship One (25 Apr. 2001)

For the first time in seven years, Voyager gets a mission from Starfleet Command: retrieve the 21st century probe Friendship One from a nearby planet.

7 | 21


Natural Law (2 May 2001)

Chakotay and Seven of Nine's shuttle is crippled by an energy field and they crash on a planet inhabited by a primitive species.

7 | 22


Homestead (9 May 2001)

Voyager finds a colony of Talaxians far from their home planet. When Neelix begins to bond with them, he makes a major decision.

7 | 23


Renaissance Man (16 May 2001)

The Doctor abducts and impersonates various members of the crew when the Captain is kidnapped.

7 | 24


Endgame (23 May 2001)

Having long since made it home, an aged Admiral Janeway breaks Starfleet directives and temporal laws to take a last stab at an old enemy and shorten Voyager's journey home.