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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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121 - Equinox (2/2)

Original title : Equinox (2/2)
First Aired : 22.09.1999 (USA)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
Cast : Olivia Birkelund (Gilmore), Rick Worthy (Lessing), Steven Dennis (Thompson), Titus Welliver (Max Burke), John Savage (Captain Ransom)

The Story : Voyager is attacked by the aliens, and as Janeway plots to recapture Ransom and his crew, the Equinox is equally determined to escape with the Doctor and Seven of Nine as hostages.

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122 - Survival Instinct

Original title : Survival Instinct
First Aired : 29.09.1999 (USA)
Director : Terry Windell
Writing credits : Ronald B. Moore
Cast : Vaughn Armstrong (Two of Nine), Bertilla Damas (Three of Nine), Tim Kelleher (Four of Nine), Jonathan Breck (Dying Borg), Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman)

The Story : Stardate 53049.2 - A visit to a Markonian Outpost brings Seven of Nine into contact with her former Borg crewmates, Two, Three and Four of Nine, who wish to access her memories in order to recall their break from the collective. When Seven of Nine is confronted by the three former Borg drones, she also unlocks a dark chapter to her past. After gaining freedom from the collective, Seven was responsible for the re-assimilation of herself and several others, who now seek freedom, even though it may cost their lives -- and Seven's!

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123 - Barge of the Dead

Original title : Barge of the Dead
First Aired : 01.10.1999 (USA)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Bryan Fuller From a Story by Bryan Fuller & Brian Fuller
Cast : Eric Pierpoint (Kotar), Sherman Augustus (Hij'Qa), Karen Austin (Miral), John Kenton Shull (Brok'Tan)

The Story : Torres confronts a dark side of her Klingon ancestry when she asks a skeptical Janeway to allow doctors to induce a coma-like experience that will allow her to aid her condemned mother who is held aboard a mythic Klingon death barge. Following her bumpy shuttle landing, a groggy Torres discovers an ancient Klingon artifact on board that strangely connects her to her hated warlike heritage. When she is transported to the horrific barge of dishonored souls, Torres learns that her ashamed mother bears the burden of her dishonor, and after returning to the U.S.S. Voyager, she wants to go back for her - even if it means exchanging her own life.

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124 - Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy

Original title : Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy
First Aired : 13.10.1999 (USA)
Director : John Bruno
Writing credits : Joe Menosky From a Story by Bill Vallely
Cast : Jay Legget (Phlox), Jay Leggett (Phlox), Googy Gress (The Overlooker), Robert Greenberg (Devro)

The Story : The doctor's experiments with a program that allows his mind to experience daydreams place him in the epicenter of a crisis when hostile aliens eavesdrop on his fantasies and see them as reality.

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125 - Alice

Original title : Alice
First Aired : 20.10.1999 (USA)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Bryan Fuller, Michael Taylor From a Story by Juliann deLayne
Cast : Clair Rankin (Alice), John Fleck (Abaddon)

The Story : During a stopover at a space junkyard, Tom Paris convinces Chakotay to purchase a sporty space shuttle which Paris then constantly labors over to repair. But, he's oblivious that the craft has assumed a sexy female persona that influences his mind to suit her own dangerous agenda. Paris becomes addicted to "Alice," the loving name he bestows on the sleek shuttle that comes complete with an invasive personality capable of convincing him to cannabalize vital parts from the Voyager's systems to retrofit her own. In need of a pliant pilot to get to her destination, Alice tricks Paris into blasting off in the mini-ship while evading Janeway's desperate attempts to chase them.

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126 - Riddles

Original title : Riddles
First Aired : 03.11.1999 (USA)
Director : David Livingston, Roxann Dawson
Writing credits : Robert J. Doherty From a Story by Juliann deLayne
Cast : Mark Moses (Naroq)

The Story : Stardate 53263.2 - During negotiations with the Kesat government, Tuvok is zapped by a powerful energy force, suffers severe neurological trauma and emerges as a mere shell of his former self while Janeway searches for the mythical species responsible for the attack in hopes of finding a cure. While the optimistic Neelix keeps pushing to restore the mental prowess of the confused Tuvok, Janeway works with Naroq, a Kesat inspector, as they try to solve the enigma of the cloaking device used by the hostile Ba'Neth -- or "shadow people" --who seek Voyager's technical data. Even as the crew pursues the elusive Ba'Neth for a solution to Tuvok's misfortune, the suddenly vulnerable Vulcan discovers emotions he never could appreciate before.

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127 - Dragon's Teeth

Original title : Dragon's Teeth
First Aired : 10.11.1999 (USA)
Director : Rick Kolbe
Writing credits : Michael Taylor
Cast : Jeff Allin (Gedrin), Ron Fassler (Morin), Robert Knepper (Gaul), Bob Stillman (Turei), Mimi Craven (Jisa), Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman)

The Story : Stardate 53167.9 - Voyager accidentally drifts into a sub-space corridor and is attacked by the Turei, a territorial race whose armada forces Janeway and her crew to take shelter on a ravaged planet-where they encounter another warlike species - the Vaadwaur - whose survivors are encased in bio-pods awaiting "re-animation" after having been in stasis for almost 900 years. While making repairs to Voyager, Seven - wishing to help a species after destoying so many - thaws them out. The captain seeks to form an alliance with the Vaadwaur against the persistant Turei and promises to find them a new home. She soon senses, however, that her new allies within might pose a greater threat than the enemy she knows is circling above.

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128 - One Small Step

Original title : One Small Step
First Aired : 17.11.1999 (USA)
Director : Robert Picardo
Writing credits : Mike Wollaeger & Jessica Scott
Cast : Phil Morris (Lt. John Kelly)

The Story : Stardate 53292.7 - After Voyager is nearly consumed by a massive ball of energy, Janeway launches a probe of the phenomenon and a search for a missing 300-year-old U.S. spacecraft trapped inside the energy field - a vehicle used for the first manned mission to Mars in 2032 - a risky maneuver that might cost the lives of the shuttle crew. As Voyager shadows the powerful anomaly known as the Graviton Ellipse, Seven of Nine reluctantly joins a fascinated Paris and Chakotay on the shuttle as they look for the legendary Ares Four, the command module from the first manned mission to Mars. However, once found, the attempt to retrieve the craft and the body of the noble pilot proves treacherous, and the small crew must improvise if they are to return at all before the ellipse disappears again into lethal subspace.
Note : This episode was a tribute to the 30th aniversary of man landing on the moon. The title of this episode comes from Neil Armstrongs words as he walked on the moon "This is one small step for man, and one giant leap for mankind"

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129 - The Voyager Conspiracy

Original title : The Voyager Conspiracy
First Aired : 24.11.1999 (USA)
Director : Terry Windell
Writing credits : Joe Menosky
Cast : Albie Selznick (Tash), Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman)

The Story : When Voyager encounters an alien whose space "catapult" can speed them back home, a data-overloaded Seven of Nine causes chaos when she incites a civil war then divides the crew with secret allegations of treachery and insurrection. While Janeway debates accepting the use of an alien's technology that can cut their trip back to the Alpha Quadrant by years, an earnest Seven of Nine processes accompanying information and convinces Chakotay that the captain is sabotaging the true mission of Voyager. Likewise, she privately informs Janeway of a budding rebellion, mysteriously fanning flames that threaten to tear the ship apart.

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130 - Pathfinder

Original title : Pathfinder
First Aired : 01.12.1999 (USA)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : David Zabel
Cast : Marina Sirtis (Deanna Troi), Dwight Schultz (Barclay), Warren Munson (Admiral Paris)

The Story : In San Francisco, an obsessed former Enterprise engineer Reginald Barclay recruits Counselor Deanna Troi to help him communicate with the distant Voyager via a radically innovative system that puts him at odds with his superiors. Assigned to the Pathfinder Project, Barclay secretly creates a startlingly realistic simulated hologram of the Voyager and its lifelike crew which he believes has aided his quest to send a one-way message to the actual ship 60,000 light years away. However, his unorthodox manner and single-minded passion for the project anger his commanding officers, forcing Barclay to risk everything when he disobeys orders and tries to generate his transmission through a temporary micro-wormhole.
Note : Dwight Shultz and Mirina Sirtis Reprise their "Star Trek: The Next Generation" roles of Lt. Barcley and Counsellor Troi Respectivly.

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131 - Fair Haven

Original title : Fair Haven
First Aired : 12.01.2000 (USA)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Robin Burger
Cast : Fintan McKeown (Michael), Richard Riehle (Seamus), Henriette Ivanans (Maggie), Duffie McIntyre (Grace), Jan Claire (Frannie), Fintan McKeown (Michael Sullivan)

The Story : Captain Janeway and her crew enjoy some hard-earned leisure time in the holographic setting of a charming Irish village where she can't help falling for a ruggedly handsome townsman - but their holiday is darkened by an approaching wave of deadly neutron radiation.

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132 - Blink of an Eye

Original title : Blink of an Eye
First Aired : 19.01.2000 (USA)
Director : Gabrielle Beaumont
Writing credits : Scott Miller, Joe Menosky From a Story by Michael Taylor
Cast : Melik Malkasian (Sharman), Walter H. McCready (Tribal Alien), Obi Ndefo (Protector), Olaf Pooley (Cleric), Daniel Zacapa (Astronomer), Jon Cellini (Technician), Daniel Dae Kim (Pilot), Kat Sawyer-Young (Astronaut)

The Story : Voyager is trapped above a planet whose energized core permits extremely rapid evolution. Though the planet initially appears to be primitive, the presence of Voyager affects its development, and the world evolves from a "stone-age" type civilization to a warp-capable society within hours before our very eyes. While Voyager orbits the planet and civilizations rise and fall in a matter of moments, generations of scientists try to figure out what the unusual object in the sky orbiting their world is and try to make contact with it. When Janeway briefly transports The Doctor to the alien world, she learns that the presence of Voyager has inspired invention among the society, which without warning, aims its own weapons at Voyager.

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133 - Virtuoso

Original title : Virtuoso
First Aired : 26.01.2000 (USA)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : Raf Green & Kenneth Biller
Cast : Kamala Lopez Dawson (Tincoo), Ray Xifo (Abarca), Paul Williams (Koru), Marie Caldare (Azen), Nina Magnesson (Vinka)

The Story : Stardate 53556.4 - The Doctor's ego soars when Voyager engages an advanced but arrogant race which is entranced by the medical officer's passable singing talent, granting him instant rock-star status. Janeway and the crew are perplexed by the effect that The Doctor's voice and variety of song selections have on such a superior alien culture as the Qomar. Millions of them mob his concerts, countless "fan mail" messages arrive and groupies abound, but one particular female Qomar catches the good Doctor's eye, and he ponders resigning his commission to stay behind.

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134 - Memorial

Original title : Memorial
First Aired : 02.02.2000 (USA)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Robin Burger From a Story by Brannon Braga
Cast : Robert Allen Colaizzi Jr. (Dying Colonist), Fleming Brooks (Soldier One), Joe Mellis (Young Soldier), Susan Savage (Alien Woman), Maria Spassoff (Female Colonist), David Keith Anderson (Crew Member), Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman)

The Story : When Chakotay, Paris and other crewmen arrive back from a two-week planetary exploration, they each succumb to horrid flashbacks depicting the wartime extermination of Nakan colonists, an occurrence in which they are involved. When Janeway and other crew members begin to fall victim to the same malaise, she retraces the team's shuttle route in search of answers - while hoping that her worst fears of the crew's involvement in war crimes are not proven.

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135 - Tsunkatse

Original title : Tsunkatse
First Aired : 09.02.2000 (USA)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Robert J. Doherty
Cast : Dwayne Johnson (The Champion), Jeffrey Combs (Penk), Garman Hertzler (Hirogen Hunter)

The Story : Stardate 53447.2 - While on shore leave on an alien planet, the Voyager crew enjoys the popular bloodsport known as Tsunkatse, unaware that Tuvok and Seven of Nine have been kidnapped by a diabolical promoter who sees box-office appeal in coercing a Borg to battle. When he threatens to harm the wounded Tuvok, Seven is forced into using her Borg skills in a death match with a formidable warrior.

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136 - Collective

Original title : Collective
First Aired : 16.02.2000 (USA)
Director : Allison Liddi
Writing credits : Michael Taylor
Cast : Ryan Spahn (Teenage Drone Leader), Manu Intiraymi (Icheb), Marley S. McClean (Mezoti), Kurt Wetherill (Azan), Cody Wetherill (Rebi)

The Story : When a shuttle carrying Chakotay, Kim, Paris and Neelix is captured by a hostile Borg ship, Janeway offers a trade for the hostages but soon discovers that her rival ship is manned by a handful of unpredictable but deadly Borg youths intent upon assimilation. Janeway refuses to exchange Voyager's navigational deflector for her missing crew, since Voyager would be unable to go to Warp without it. Seven surmises that the Borg most likely want Voyager's deflector in order to contact the Collective because their own is damaged. To stall for time, Janeway dispatches Seven of Nine to the alien craft to assess the situation. Meanwhile, the Captain has the doc recreate a 'Borg pathogen', which was responsible for killing all the other Drones on the Cube, to use against the immature Borg if necessary. Because Voyager cannot give up its deflector, Janeway offers Seven's services in repairing the Cube's technology. One of the Borg children tells Janeway that she has exactly two hours before one of the hostages dies. While speaking with the Borg children, Seven, who experiences compassion for the pitiful youths, tries to jostle their memories in hopes that they will turn away from the Collective and come aboard Voyager. When she shows them that a message from the collective says that the Borg believe the children are 'defective' and does not want them, the ranks become divided and the lead Borg dies. The other four return to Voyager and become 'individuals' until they can be reunited with their respective species.
Note : The Wetherill twins were originally casted on the WB's Safe Harbor before being written out of that series.

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137 - Spirit Folk

Original title : Spirit Folk
First Aired : 23.02.2000 (USA)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Bryan Fuller
Cast : Hariette Ivanans (Maggie), Richard Riehle (Seamus), Fintan McKeown (Michael), Ian Abercrombie (Milo), Fintan McKeown (Michael Sullivan)

The Story : Janeway re-visits the idylic holographic Irish town Fair Haven. Problems begin to arise when the Holodeck program runs non-stop. After a glitch in the computers, Paris and Kim inadvertenly use their technology to alter the villagers' world in front of their eyes. The superstitious townsfolk suspect them of being from the "otherworld" and imprison them. When Janeway cannot transport her crewmates off the holodeck, she dispatches the Doctor to pose as a priest with a plan to get them out.

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138 - Ashes to Ashes

Original title : Ashes to Ashes
First Aired : 01.03.2000 (USA)
Director : Terry Windell
Writing credits : Robert J. Doherty From a Story by Ronald Wilkerson
Cast : Kim Rhodes (Lyndsay Ballard), Kevin Lowe (Q'ret), Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman), Manu Intiraymi (Icheb), Marley S. McClean (Mezoti), Kurt Wetherill (Azan), Cody Wetherill (Rebi)

The Story : Stardate 53679.4 - To the shock and disbelief of the crew, their colleague, Ensign Lyndsay Ballard, returns to the Starship after having been killed on a mission long ago. Pursued by her alien Kobali abductors, whose reproductive system is centered on reanimation of the dead, she rekindles her former relationships with Janeway and the crew of the Voyager, hoping to reverse the effects of the alien genes implanted in her system. Her old friendship with Lieutenant Harry Kim ignites and deepens until the moment in his quarters when she realizes the horror and extent of her Kobali genes. Harry's support and affection complicates Ballard's final decision as to whether she will remain human or return to the Kobali homeland with the alien family that loves her.

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139 - Child's Play

Original title : Child's Play
First Aired : 08.03.2000 (USA)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Raf Green From a Story by Paul Brown
Cast : Tracey Ellis (Icheb's Mother), Mark A. Sheppard (Icheb's Father), Eric Ritter (Yivel), Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman), Manu Intiraymi (Icheb), Marley S. McClean (Mezoti), Kurt Wetherill (Azan), Cody Wetherill (Rebi)

The Story : The oldest of the Borg children, Icheb, is reunited with his parents. He does not want to return at first, and Seven doesn't want him to go as she has become attached to him. He also turns out to be quite smart and could be a major help to the Voyager and her crew. He invents a device to scan for wormholes and the like at a miniature 'science fair' aboard Voyager. He eventually decides to stay with his parents. However, one of the kids clues Seven in that Icheb's parents lied when they relayed the story of his assimilation. Voyager returns to the planet to find that he has been set out alone and unconcious in a shuttle designed to attract the Borg. Further investigation reveals that he was geneticallly engineered to be a 'Borg Killer' and that he was responsible for the virus that killed all the Drones in the Cube back in "Collective".

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140 - Good Shepherd

Original title : Good Shepherd
First Aired : 15.03.2000 (USA)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Dianna Gitto & Joe Menosky From a Story by Dianna Gitto
Cast : Jay Underwood (Crewman Mortimer Harren), Michael Reisz (Crewman William Telfer), Zoe McLellan (Tal Celes), Kimble Jemison (Engineer), Tom Morello (Junction Operator)

The Story : Stardate 53753.2 - Janeway discovers that there are three 'outcasts' on her ship that have never been on an away mission, and who have fallen through the cracks as far as receiving her 'personal attention'. To fix this, she forces the 3 of them to accompany her on an away mission with the Delta Flyer to investigate a newly forming star cluster. But they are attacked by some unseen force/alien, who beams one of the crew members off the Flyer, and actually enters his body. When the crewman goes right through a force field and claims he is not in control of his body, Janeway shoots him. When he is hit with the phaser blast, it forces the creature out, where another panicing crewman kills it.

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141 - Live Fast and Prosper

Original title : Live Fast and Prosper
First Aired : 19.04.2000 (USA)
Director : LeVar Burton
Writing credits : Robin Burger
Cast : Kaitlin Hopkins (Dala), Greg Daniel (Mobar), Tarik Ergin (Lt. Ayala), Francis Guinan (Zar), Dennis Cockrum (Orek), Ted Rooney (Varn)

The Story : Stardate 53849.2 - A band of Delta Quadrant con-artists have stumbled across the greatest scam of their careers: Impersonating Captain Janeway and her senior officers. Using their new identities, they move from system to system engaging in a series of lucrative deceptions. Eventually, the real Captain Janeway and her crew are blamed for these deceptions when the con artists do not deliver the goods as promised. Ultimately, the Voyager crew must either pay for their crimes or bring the imposters to justice. The Doctor takes action and with the help of a holographic disguise, infiltrates the criminals' lair.

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142 - Muse

Original title : Muse
First Aired : 26.04.2000 (USA)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Joe Menosky
Cast : Joseph Will (Kelis), Kellie Waymire (Lanya), Jack Axelrod (Chorus #1), John Shtuck (Chorus #2), Tony Amendola (Chorus #3), Michael Houston King (Jero), Kathleen Garrett (Tanis), Stoney Westmoreland (Warlord)

The Story : Stardate 53869 - B'Elanna Torres takes center stage, literally, when an alien poet finds her alone and unconscious following a crash landing of the Delta Flyer. This writer/director of plays has a life and death need to sway his warlord king through theatre work, wherein Torres' life aboard Voyager becomes an ideal plot line for his pacifist cause.

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143 - Fury

Original title : Fury
First Aired : 03.05.2000 (USA)
Director : John Bruno
Writing credits : Bryan Fuller, Michael Taylor From a Story by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Cast : Vaughn Armstrong (Vidiian Captain), Josh Clark (Carey), Tarik Ergin (Security Guard), Jennifer Lien (Kes), Nancy Hower (Ensign Wildman), Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman), Kurt Wetherill (Azan), Cody Wetherill (Rebi)

The Story : Voyager receives a distress call from a small vessel, piloted by a much older and weathered Kes. Captain Janeway grants her permission to come aboard, but she comes in much too fast and the vessel collides with Deck Nine. However, Kes beams herself aboard Voyager just before impact. Aboard Voyager, a cold and angry Kes uses her psychokinetic abilities to disable Voyager's systems. Voyager is in red alert as Kes gives off high levels of neurogenic energy. A security guard fires a phaser at Kes as she heads toward Engineering. She is hit by the blast and when she recovers she screams in anger, causing the bulkheads around them to blast inward in an explosion of fire and debris. Armed with phasers, Torres and Seven of Nine are shocked when the weapons ripple and distort in their hands. Kes places her hands upon the warp core. Just as Torres goes to shut it down, she is struck in the back by a tendril of energy. Seven rushes over to Torres' dead body, while Kes vanishes in a flash of light. When Kes disappears, she travels backward in time to Voyager as it was five years earlier. It's only been a few weeks since Voyager was pulled into the Delta Quadrant. Sneaking up behind the original Kes, the undetected Kes from the future injects her with a hypospray, rendering her unconscious. Janeway is concerned that another conflict may soon ensue with the Vidiians since two more ships have been detected on long-range sensors. On a secure channel, Kes from the future makes contact with the Vidiian Captain. She tells him she will provide him with information necessary to capture Voyager, in return for her safe passage home to Ocampa. Meanwhile, Tuvok seems to be experiencing premonitions. While walking down a corridor, he sees a young girl working a wall console that turns out to be Naomi Wildman. Tuvok follows the girl into the Cargo Bay, and when the doors open he sees Seven of Nine and the Borg Twins regenerating in their Borg alcoves. The Doctor confirms for Captain Janeway that Ensign Wildman is expecting a baby girl. Back in Engineering, Tuvok is once again having visions of the future. This time he is watching a fragmented replay of events that have already occurred in the future, when Torres is struck in the back with an energy tendril as a much older Kes looks on. Tuvok is brought to Sickbay where he begins to convulse upon the surgical bed. Janeway decides to view the proximity scan of Tuvok at the time he collapsed in Engineering. Apparently there was a surge of tachyon particles in Engineering just before Tuvok collapsed. Janeway suggests that tachyons are normally generated by temporal distortions, also known as time travel. Chakotay discovers that tachyon readings are being emitted in Sickbay, the Airponics Bay and Kes' quarters. Suddenly, Voyager finds itself under attack by the Vidiians. Paris is shocked that the Vidiians know so much about Voyager, including when they would be coming out of warp, as well as their shield frequencies. Kim detects transmissions to the Vidiians originating from Voyager on Deck Ten. The Vidiians have managed to board Voyager upon Deck Eight. Voyager's only chance is to explosively decompress that section of the ship. In a violent explosion, the Vidiian grappling pylon is blasted away from the ship. Janeway and Kes from the future come face to face. Janeway instructs Chakotay to redirect all plasma flow on Deck Eleven to the Shuttlebay command console. Arcs of energy course up Kes' arms and into her body. She begins to convulse violently and then falls dead to the floor. When an older Kes hails Voyager again in the future, the crew is already prepared. This time Captain Janeway shuts down the warp core completely. Kes from the past appears to the older Kes in a message that she recorded to herself five years earlier. She reminds the older Kes that she didn't always harbor so much anger toward the crew. Janeway tells her that the Voyager crew is not her enemy and that there is always room for her. However, according to Kes, there is no place for her anywhere. Altering the chemical composition of her body, Kes begins to dissipate and then vanishes.

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144 - Life Line

Original title : Life Line
First Aired : 10.05.2000 (USA)
Director : Terry Windell
Writing credits : Robert J. Doherty, Raf Green, Brannon Braga From a Story by John Bruno & Robert Picardo
Cast : Dwight Schultz (Barclay), Marina Sirtis (Deanna Troi), Tamara Craig Thomas (Haley), Jack Shearer (Admiral Hayes)

The Story : Voyager's Doctor travels 30 thousand light years to apply an otherwise unknown medical technique to his dying creator, a very reluctant and contentious Dr. Zimmerman. But saving Zimmerman's life almost costs him his own holographic existence. The Doctor transmits his program back to the Alpha Quadrant in order to save the life of his creator, Dr. Lewis Zimmerman, with the help of Reginald Barclay and Deanna Troi.

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145 - The Haunting of Deck Twelve

Original title : The Haunting of Deck Twelve
First Aired : 17.05.2000 (USA)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Mike Sussman, Kenneth Biller & Bryan Fuller From a Story by Mike Sussman
Cast : Zoe McLellan (Tal Celes), Manu Intiraymi (Icheb), Marley S. McClean (Mezoti), Kurt Wetherill (Azan), Cody Wetherill (Rebi)

The Story : Neelix, in charge of pacifying the children when lights on the ship flicker and fail, lets his imagination run wild, and turns reality into a fantastical, and utterly believable story which mesmerizes them into believing that a ghost actually dwells on deck twelve. As Neelix tells it, months ago an electromagnetic lifeform took possession of the ship, shutting down all life support systems, while trying to communicate with Janeway its need to return to the nebula from which it came. Area by area was cordoned off by an invisible force field, and injected with poisonous gas, while the captain set up an emergency command post in the Engineering Room.

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146 - Unimatrix Zero (1/2)

Original title : Unimatrix Zero (1/2)
First Aired : 24.05.2000 (USA)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky From a Story by Mike Sussman
Cast : Brent Spiner (Borg Drone), Susanna Thompson (Borg Queen), Mark Deakins (Axum), Jerome Butler (Korok), Joanna Heimbold (Laura), Tony Sears (Borg Drone), Ryan Sparks (Alien Child)

The Story : Seven of Nine is drawn into a dreamworld that Borg drones inhabit during their sleep cycles---a threat to the Borg Queen's control that Janeway wants to exploit. Unimatrix Zero is a place within the Borg Collective where a small percentage of drones go during their regeneration cycle. Within this virtual reality, they are able to act and think like individuals. However, once their regeneration cycle is complete the drones have no awareness of the dream-like Unimatrix Zero. After Seven of Nine is brought back to Unimatrix Zero by an old friend to help keep the Borg Queen from discovering this enclave, Captain Janeway sees the situation as a perfect opportunity to try and incite a Borg uprising from within the Collective.

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