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Star Trek: Voyager

(Star Trek: Voyager)
A series created by Rick Berman, Michael Piller, Jeri Taylor
7 seasons - 172 episodes
1995 - 45 minutes - Color - Dolby - 1.33 : 1
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69 - Scorpion (2/2)

Original title : Scorpion (2/2)
First Aired : 03.09.1997 (USA)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
Cast : Jennifer Lien (Kes), David Anthony Marshall (The Father), Nikki Tyler (The Mother), Erica Bryan (The Little Girl)

The Story : Stardate 51003.7. The starship remains on Red Alert after Janeway, in exchange for safe passage through space, reaches an agreement with the Borg Collective to help them fight Species 8472, a race more malevolent than their own. Although Chakotay strongly objects to the unpredictable collaboration, Janeway and Tuvok transport, with great caution, to the Borg Cube. When a drone attempts to temporarily assimilate Janeway by connecting a neuro-transreceiver to her, the alarmed Captain convinces the Borg to instead choose a representative to communicate verbally with her.
Note : This episode formally introduces the new regular character of Seven of Nine, played by actress Jeri Ryan.

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70 - The Gift

Original title : The Gift
First Aired : 10.09.1997 (USA)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Kenneth Biller, Jack Klein & Karen Klein From a Story by Joe Menosky
Cast : Jennifer Lien (Kes), Tarik Ergin (Lt. Ayala)

The Story : Kes knows it's time to leave Voyager when her body goes into a state of cellular flux and she experiences uncontrollable psychokinetic abilities which endanger the ship. Before Kes has her final moments of life as she knows it and enters a higher realm of existence, she gives her crewmates an amazing gift. Meanwhile, Seven of Nine's human physiology begins to reassert itself and threaten her life. When Janeway instructs The Doctor to completely remove her Borg technology, a fierce yet alluring young female begins to emerge.

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71 - Day of Honor

Original title : Day of Honor
First Aired : 17.09.1997 (USA)
Director : Salvador Trevino
Writing credits : Jeri Taylor
Cast : Alexander Enberg (Vorik), Alan Altshuld (Lumas), Aichael Krawic (Rahmin), Kevin Stillwell (Moklor)

The Story : As Lieutenant Torres reluctantly faces the Day of Honor, an ancient Klingon ritual which requires examination of one's behavior, the U.S.S. Voyager is forced to eject the warp core, and she and Paris must launch a shuttle to tractor it back. Soon, the U.S.S. Voyager is ambushed by the Caatati, a race almost completely assimilated by the Borg, who demand Seven of Nine as ransom. When the Caatati attack the shuttlecraft, Torres and Paris are left suspended in space and prepare to die, prompting Torres to confide to her crewmate that she loves him.
Note : This episode has a tie in with Star Trek First Contact. One of the bridge crew from the movie can be seen in various Voyager episodes starting with this one. He does speak in a later episode and can be seen as a crewman on Janeway's shuttle mission in a 6th season episode.

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72 - Nemesis

Original title : Nemesis
First Aired : 24.09.1997 (USA)
Director : Alexander Singer
Writing credits : Kenneth Biller
Cast : Matt Levin (Rafin), Terrence Evans (Ambassador Treen), Michael Mahonen (Brone), Pete Vogt (Commandant), Booth Colman (Penno), Megan Murphy (Karya), Michael Mahonen (Brone), Nathan Anderson (Namon), Marilyn Fox (Vori Woman), Pancho Demmings (Kradin Soldier)

The Story : Stardate 51082.4. Chakotay is marooned on an unknown planet where the two inhabiting alien life forms are attempting planet-wide genocide against each other. Chakotay is captured by one of the tribes and comes to sympathize with them and their battle for survival against a ferocious enemy.

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73 - Revulsion

Original title : Revulsion
First Aired : 01.10.1997 (USA)
Director : Kenneth Biller
Writing credits : Lisa Klink
Cast : Leland Orser (Dejaren)

The Story : Stardate 51186.2. Aboard the U.S.S. Voyager, Harry Kim is assigned to work with Seven of Nine on the new Astrometric lab. Kim is uneasy working with the Borg, but their detail provides them with the basis of a friendship. However, Kim is rattled when Seven of Nine interprets his pleasantries as romantic seduction and she decides to further explore her resurgent humanity. Meanwhile, the Doctor and Torres respond to a distress call from an alien ship where they discover that the sanitation holographic program has been somewhat overzealous in his job of cleaning up the ship.

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74 - The Raven

Original title : The Raven
First Aired : 08.10.1997 (USA)
Director : LeVar Burton
Writing credits : Bryan Fuller From a Story by Harry Doc Kloor and Bryan Fuller
Cast : David Anthony Marshall (The Father), Nikki Tyler (The Mother), Erica Bryan (The Little Girl), Mickey Cottrell (Dumah)

The Story : Seven of Nine escapes from Voyager when she believes she is being summoned by The Borg. She arrives at the remains of a destroyed ship that she discovers to be the same vessel from which, as a young girl, she was captured by the Borg.
Note : This episode brings up a few probelms with Star Trek fans. Since the Enterprise-D was the first time the Federation encounter the Borg, how would 7 of 9's parents know about them beforehand? 7 of 9 is a few years older than Jake Sisko according to Star Trek Encyclopedia.

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75 - Scientific Method

Original title : Scientific Method
First Aired : 29.10.1997 (USA)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Lisa Klink From a Story by Harry Doc Kloor
Cast : Annette Helde (Takar), Rosemary Forsyth (Alzen)

The Story : Stardate 51244.3. The crew begins to exhibit strange medical symptoms and the Borg, Seven of Nine, soon discovers the cause. Voyager's crew are unwilling subjects to an alien race's DNA experiments. The aliens are in an "interphase" allowing themselves and their ships to become invisible to Voyager. Janeway winds up with alien implants and Chakotay grows bald and old. Several crewmembers die as a result of the experiments.

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76 - Year of Hell (1/2)

Original title : Year of Hell (1/2)
First Aired : 05.11.1997 (USA)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
Cast : John Loprieno (Orbist), Kurtwood Smith (Annorax), Peter Slutsker (Krenim Commandant), Rick Fitts (Zahl), Sue Henley (Ensign Brooks), Deborah Levin (Ensign Lang)

The Story : Stardate 51268.4. The history of the universe is altered and Voyager comes under its most deadly attack yet, as the starship encounters the massive weapon-ship of the Krenim and their renegade leader Annorax. Distressed at the loss of his family and an entire colony of his people by a hostile alien enemy, Krenim leader, Annorax, has mastered time manipulation and can obliterate history, making entire lifeforms and civilizations cease to have ever existed. In this way, he hopes to restore his loved ones by erasing the enemy that caused their deaths. His well-calculated plans are thwarted by the incursion of Voyager. Captain Janeway and her crew come between Annorax and his plans, for which it seems he will make good on his promise to destroy the starship.

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77 - Year of Hell (2/2)

Original title : Year of Hell (2/2)
First Aired : 12.11.1997 (USA)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
Cast : John Loprieno (Orbost), Kurtwood Smith (Annorax), Peter Slutsker (Krenim Commandant)

The Story : Stardate 51425.4. A crippled U.S.S. Voyager, structurally weakened and shattered beyond operation, hides from the pursuing Krenim weapon-ship. Most of the crew has abandoned the U.S.S. Voyager, leaving only a skeletal staff and the determined Captain Janeway on-board. With whole segments of the proud starship missing, and life-support systems failing, Captain Janeway is adamant about defeating the Krenim or going down with her ship.

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78 - Random Thoughts

Original title : Random Thoughts
First Aired : 19.11.1997 (USA)
Director : Alexander Singer
Writing credits : Kenneth Biller
Cast : Gwynyth Walsh (Nimira), Wayne Pere (Guill), Rebecca McFarland (Talli), Jeanette Miller (The Woman), Ted Barba (Malin), Bobby Burns (Frane)

The Story : Stardate 51367.2. A visit to the homeworld of the Mari, a race of telepathic beings, gives the U.S.S. Voyager crew a chance for some much-deserved "shore-leave." However, these beings, who have forbidden violent thoughts as well as actions have B'Elanna Torres arrested for involuntarily thinking of an angry retaliation to an incident. Tuvok becomes involved in her case and makes a startling discovery about the Mari.

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79 - Concerning Flight

Original title : Concerning Flight
First Aired : 26.11.1997 (USA)
Director : Jesus Salvador Trevino
Writing credits : Joe Menosky From a Story by Jimmy Diggs & Joe Menosky
Cast : John Rhys-Davies (Leonardo Da Vinci), John Vargas (Tau), Don Pugsley (Alien Visitor)

The Story : Stardate 51386.4. Small and nimble alien spacecraft attack the U.S.S. Voyager, using high energy transports to break through the ship's shields, scan its contents and pluck off valuable equipment. Janeway and Tuvok beam down to the pirates' homeworld in search of the ship's main computer. To their surprise, they find Janeway's holographic Leonardo da Vinci, who becomes an essential part of their plans to retrieve the goods and leads them to the pirate king, Tau.

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80 - Mortal Coil

Original title : Mortal Coil
First Aired : 17.12.1997 (USA)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Bryan Fuller
Cast : Robin Stapler (Alixia), Brook Ashley Stephens (Naomi), Nancy Hower (Ensign Wildman)

The Story : Stardate 51449.2. An exploratory mission results in an accident that kills Neelix, whose body is then "reactivated" by Seven of Nine and Borg technology, bringing the restored Neelix to question the purpose of his life. Neelix is preparing a shipboard feast on the eve of Prixin, the Talaxian celebration of family, when he is asked by Chakotay to join him and Paris on a shuttle mission. Neelix is all too glad to help, but the assignment proves to be fatal for him. Upon the shuttle's return to the U.S.S. Voyager, Seven of Nine, citing Neelix's diverse functions within the crew, applies Borg technology to reactivate him. Alive and shaken by his death, Neelix questions his assumptions about life -- and the promised afterlife -- as the Prixin festivities commence.

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81 - Waking Moments

Original title : Waking Moments
First Aired : 14.01.1998 (USA)
Director : Alexander Singer
Writing credits : Andre Bormanis
Cast : Mark Colson (Dream Alien), Jennifer Grundy (The Ensign)

The Story : Stardate 51471.3. The entire crew is found in a dreaming state. There is one thing in common with all the crew's dreams: an unfamiliar alien. It appears that the Voyager crew is attacked by a species who occupy a parallel reality in the human dreamstate. The Doctor is unaffected, but he's unable to wake the crew up. Only Chakotay, with his native knowledge of waking dreams, knows how to lead a counterattack.

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82 - Message in a Bottle

Original title : Message in a Bottle
First Aired : 21.01.1998 (USA)
Director : Nancy Malone
Writing credits : Lisa Klink
Cast : Andy Dick (EMH - 2), Judson Scott (Rekar), Valerie Wildman (Nevala), Tiny Ron (Idrin), Tony Sears (Starfleet Officer)

The Story : In an attempt to communicate with Starfleet, The Doctor is transmitted thousands of light years to an experimental prototype Starfleet vessel overrun by Romulans. A Starfleet ship, the Prometheus, is detected in the Alpha Quadrant, thousands of light years away. After several message attempts fail, Seven of Nine rigs a network of transceivers that enable the doctor to be transported to the ship so that he can let Starfleet know that Voyager and her crew are still alive. On board, the doctor discovers that the vessel is an experimental Starfleet prototype with secret, advanced technology, including the emergency medical hologram EMH-2, an upgraded -- though highly unstable -- version of the doctor's original program.

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83 - Hunters

Original title : Hunters
First Aired : 11.02.1998 (USA)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Jeri Taylor
Cast : Tiny Ron (Alpha Hirogen), Roger Morrisley (Beta Hirogen)

The Story : Stardate 51501.4 • Thanks to the success of the doctor's previous mission ("Message in a Bottle"), Voyager has at last made contact with Starfleet Command by using a far-flung array of alien relay modules to communicate with Earth and let them know that they are, indeed, alive --although still many light years away. Miraculously, the ship begins receiving messages, transmitted across the vast distances over the same relay system, from relieved family and friends back home. Voyager's crew is elated to finally hear from loved ones after so many years. However, for Captain Janeway and others, their joy is tempered by bittersweet news. Many messages are still being held at the module. Voyager proceeds to the alien craft to attempt retrieval of the remaining transmissions. Tuvok and Seven of Nine are ordered to board a shuttle and inspect the craft. Before they can, however, they are captured, beamed aboard an alien vessel and trussed-up like animals as a rude introduction to the Hirogen, a hostile, alien race of hunters. Living for the thrill of the hunt, the Hirogens have targeted Voyager's crew as prey in their latest game.

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84 - Prey

Original title : Prey
First Aired : 18.02.1998 (USA)
Director : Allan Eastman
Writing credits : Brannon Braga
Cast : Tarik Ergin (Lt. Ayala), Tony Todd (Alpha Hirogen), Clint Carmichael (Hirogen Hunter)

The Story : Stardate 51652.3. Voyager encounters a Hirogen ship, adrift, with a critically wounded Hirogen hunter on board. Janeway orders that the alien be beamed into Voyager's sickbay, despite Seven of Nine's warnings that the formidable Hirogen would regard the crew as no more than prey to be hunted and killed. Janeway disavows her concern and brings the Hirogen onboard. His presence brings even greater danger when the creature that he has been hunting across space -- species 8247, lethal even to the Borg -- boards Voyager. Janeway must now decide whether to let the Hirogen loose in the ship to subdue the other, more dangerous alien. Seven of Nine refuses to obey Janeway's orders, bringing the captain to invoke disciplinary action against her.

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85 - Retrospect

Original title : Retrospect
First Aired : 25.02.1998 (USA)
Director : Jesus Salvador Trevino
Writing credits : Bryan Fuller, Lisa Klink From a Story by Mark Gaberman & Andrew Shepard Price
Cast : Michael Horton (Kovin), Adrian Sparks (Magistrate), Michelle Agnew (Scham)

The Story : Stardate 51679.4. Kovin, an alien arms merchant, is on board Voyager to barter his impressive array of weapons with Captain Janeway. As installation of the weapons will require a reconfiguration of Voyager's schematics, Janeway orders Seven of Nine to assist Kovin. Seven complies, if only to get back into Janeway's good graces after their recent disagreements. However, an altercation between Seven and Kovin brings the Captain to believe Seven is once again being non-cooperative - until the Doctor makes a discovery about Kovin and Seven.

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86 - The Killing Game (1/2)

Original title : The Killing Game (1/2)
First Aired : 04.03.1998 (USA)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
Cast : Danny Goldring (Alpha Hirogen), Mark Metcalf (Hirogen Medic), Mark Deakins (Hirogen SS Officer), J. Paul Boehmer (The Kaptain), Paul Eckstein (Young Hirogen), Peter Hendrixon (Klingon)

The Story : Having invaded Voyager and discovered the many uses of the Holodeck, Hirogen hunters have been playing a deadly game with Voyager crew members, putting them through various scenarios in which they are being hunted down as prey. One of the scenarios takes place in occupied France, with the Hirogen as Nazi SS Officers chasing down Captain Janeway, Seven of Nine, Tuvok and Torres as members of the French Resistance. Implanted with subdermal transmitters, the crewmembers have no knowledge that they have identities beyond the characters they are playing. Only the Doctor, forced to mend the steady stream of wounded crewmembers to sick bay, is conscious of the invaders. He soon figures out a way to disengage Janeway and Seven of Nine, who then must begin to figure out how to defeat the Hirogen at their own game.

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87 - The Killing Game (2/2)

Original title : The Killing Game (2/2)
First Aired : 04.03.1998 (USA)
Director : Victor Lobl
Writing credits : Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
Cast : Danny Goldring (Alpha Hirogen), Mark Metcalf (Hirogen Medic), Mark Deakins (Hirogen SS Officer), J. Paul Boehmer (The Kaptain), Paul Eckstein (Young Hirogen), Peter Hendrixon (Klingon)

The Story : Stardate 51715.2. The Voyager crew have become unwitting game to the Hirogen hunters who have invaded the ship and cast the crew members in a variety of elaborate, deadly Holodeck games.

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88 - Vis-a-vis

Original title : Vis-a-vis
First Aired : 08.04.1998 (USA)
Director : Jesus Salvador Trevino
Writing credits : Robert J. Doherty
Cast : Dan Butler (Steth), Elizabeth McGlynn (Daelen)

The Story : Stardate 51762.4. U.S.S. Voyager comes to the aid of an alien, Steth, who claims to be the test pilot of a new spacecraft that has run into trouble. Paris, who has become weary of being on the U.S.S. Voyager, volunteers to help him repair his ship. However, Steth is able to copy Paris's DNA and swaps physical appearances with him. Paris is then left behind in Steth's ship while the imposter takes over his duties at the helm and leaves the real Paris behind. It isn't long before "Steth" is confronted by Daelen, another alien who is seeking her original form. Back on the U.S.S. Voyager, Janeway suspects something is wrong, but Steth assumes her appearance and takes command.

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89 - The Omega Directive

Original title : The Omega Directive
First Aired : 15.04.1998 (USA)
Director : Victor Lobl
Writing credits : Lisa Klink From a Story by Jimmy Diggs & Steve J. Kay
Cast : Jeff Austen (Allos), Kevin McCorkle (Alien Captain)

The Story : Stardate 51793.4. The crew is mystified when Captain Janeway begins an important, though highly secretive, operation in response to a strange subspace disturbance. Chakotay finally compels her to tell the crew so that they may help. Janeway explains that Voyager has detected a dangerous, unstable substance called the Omega. The molecule has the power to destroy space and Starfleet's highly classified operating order - Omega Directive - is to destroy the Omega and all related research material whenever it is encountered. To keep its existence a secret, Starfleet officers are only made aware of this when their ship's sensors detect it. Seven of Nine speaks out to say that the Borg believe the Omega can be captured and neutralized for study, which puts her in conflict with Janeway's Starfleet mission.

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90 - Unforgettable

Original title : Unforgettable
First Aired : 22.04.1998 (USA)
Director : Andrew J. Robinson
Writing credits : Greg Elliot & Michael Perricone
Cast : Virginia Madsen (Kellin), Michael Canavan (Curneth)

The Story : Stardate 51813.4. Voyager encounters an alien vessel fleeing attack whose sole inhabitant is a female alien asking for Chakotay to help rescue her. The startled Chakotay leads an Away mission to the damaged ship to help the alien, Kellin, who claims that she and Chakotay met before. Back on board Voyager, Kellin claims to have been on the ship not very long ago and she fell in love with Chakotay. Now fleeing her home planet's repressive government, she seeks asylum aboard the starship. Chakotay, though drawn to her, doesn't know whether to believe her or not.

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91 - Living Witness

Original title : Living Witness
First Aired : 29.04.1998 (USA)
Director : Tim Russ
Writing credits : Bryan Fuller From a Story by Brannon Braga
Cast : Henry Woronicz (Quarren), Rod Arrants (Daleth), Craig Richard Nelson (Vaskan Arbiter), Marie Chambers (Kyrian Arbiter), Brian Fitzpatrick (Tedran), Morgan Margolis (Vaskan Visitor)

The Story : A curious holographic tableau is on display in a Kyrian Museum and the curator, Quarren, explains to visitors how the intervention of the Voyager spacecraft started an apocalyptic war on a planet inhabited by two species: the Kyrians and the Vaskans. Ethnic rivalries between the two races are still uneasy, seven hundred years after Voyager has come and gone, and some Vaskan visitors are appalled by the Kyrians reconstruction of history based on a few recovered artifacts. But more damaging information is on the way, when Quarren activates a newly discovered device containing active data. This turns out to be the holograph program for The Doctor, who soon finds himself on trial for war crimes attributed to Voyager and its crew over seven centuries ago.

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92 - Demon

Original title : Demon
First Aired : 06.05.1998 (USA)
Director : Anson Williams
Writing credits : Kenneth Biller From a Story by Andre Bormanis
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The Story : With fuel dwindling to nothing, Voyager lands on a "demon" planet -- so-called because its environment is toxic to human life -- to collect from its vast deuterium lode. Both Tom Paris and Harry Kim are suited up in protective gear and sent out to collect the precious deuterium, but return without their protective suits. Instead, it is now Voyager's environment that is poisonous to them. They discover that the viscous, freezing cold metallic fluid - that's found in pools on the surface and in which the deuterium is concentrated - creates a duplicate of the person that touches it. The difference is, that the duplicates are able to survive easily on the planet, but not on Voyager.

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93 - One

Original title : One
First Aired : 13.05.1998 (USA)
Director : Kenneth Biller
Writing credits : Jeri Taylor
Cast : Wade Williams (Trajis Lo-Tarik)

The Story : Stardate 51929.3. Encountering a deadly radioactive nebula, Captain Janeway decides to save time by going through rather than around it and orders the crew into protective stasis chambers with Seven of Nine to take lonely command. With the entire crew now in cryogenic sleep, and only the Doctor for company, Seven of Nine is the only living being walking the ship's hallways. The long and lonely journey through the nebula begins to play tricks on the former Borg's mind as she experiences what humans call "hallucinations." An alien, Trajis Lo-Tarik, also making his way through the nebula, asks to trade some vital supplies, but his presence unleashes a series of events that Seven can't decipher as to whether they are real threats -- or even if Trajis himself is real.

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94 - Hope & Fear

Original title : Hope & Fear
First Aired : 20.05.1998 (USA)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Brannon Braga, Joe Menosky From a Story by Rick Berman, Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
Cast : Ray Wise (Arturis), Jack Shearer (Admiral Hayes)

The Story : Stardate 51978.2. The badly damaged encoded message received from Starfleet Command five months ago is finally translated by Arturis, an alien passenger recently invited onboard, whose species has a great affinity for language. The directive brings Voyager to a spacecraft, emitting a distinctive Starfleet warp signature, but totally unlike any Starfleet vessel known. With a propulsion system faster than warp speed, the ship is capable of bringing the Voyager crew to Earth - crossing 60,000 light years - within just three months. The crew is elated, but Captain Janeway expresses caution, even though they are all secretly hoping to be home very, very soon. While the crew's excitement grows, so does Seven of Nine's anxiety about living among billions of humans. She asks Captain Janeway to let her depart Voyager and roam the Delta Quadrant on her own.
Note : Jack Shearer reprises his role of Admiral Hayes from "Star Trek: First Contact".

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