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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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147 - Unimatrix Zero (2/2)

Original title : Unimatrix Zero (2/2)
First Aired : 04.10.2000 (USA)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Brannon Braga, Joe Menosky From a Story by Mike Sussman, Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
Cast : Susanna Thompson (Borg Queen), Mark Deakins (Axum), Jerome Butler (Korok)

The Story : Stardate: 54014.4. Unimatrix Zero, a cyberspace enclave for certain Borg within the collective, is under threat by the Borg Queen who wants it destroyed at any cost. Meanwhile, with Janeway and her crew going undercover as Borg drones in an attempt to infiltrate the Collective, the Borg Queen gets more and more desperate to unravel the mystery of Unimatrix Zero. She will even resort to the destruction of her own kind in an attempt to stop Janeway and Unimatrix Zero.

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148 - Imperfection

Original title : Imperfection
First Aired : 11.10.2000 (USA)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Carleton Eastlake & Robert J. Doherty From a Story by Andre Bormanis
Cast : Michael McFall (Salvage Alien #1), Debbie Grattan (Wysanti), Manu Intiraymi (Icheb), Marley S. McClean (Mezoti), Kurt Wetherill (Azan), Cody Wetherill (Rebi)

The Story : Stardate 54038.4 - Seven of Nine shows some emotion when three of the four Borg children leave the U.S.S. Voyager, but the Doctor confirms that she may have malfunctioning ocular implants. The remaining young Borg, Icheb, then decides that he would like to join Starfleet Academy. When Seven later admits to suffering from some headaches, it is discovered that she needs a critical operation requiring Borg parts. Icheb is the only one who can help her by transfering his Borg cortical node to her. When Seven realizes the potential danger to his phisiology, she summarily rejects the proposal. But the Borg secretly disconnects his node so that his theory can be proved and Seven's life saved.

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149 - Drive

Original title : Drive
First Aired : 18.10.2000 (USA)
Director : Michael Taylor
Writing credits : Michael Taylor
Cast : Cyia Batten (Irina), Brian George (O'Zaal), Robert Tyler (Joxom), Patrick Kilpatrick (Assan)

The Story : Stardate 54096.6 - While Tom Paris and Harry Kim are performing tests on the new Delta Flyer, they encounter a mysterious pilot who challenges them to a race. The woman, Irina, later informs them of an upcoming starship race. Soon, the Starfleet officers find themselves involved in this race-an event intended as the first step towards peace between four different cultures from this area of space. While his relationship with B'Elanna endures a rough ride, Tom realizes that hardlined dissidents plan to explode the Flyer as it crosses the finish line. He only way out may be to take the reigns of both the ship and his personal life, executing a flawless evasive maneuver and a marriage proposal, simultaneously.

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150 - Repression

Original title : Repression
First Aired : 25.10.2000 (USA)
Director : Kinrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Mark Haskell Smith From a Story by Kenneth Biller
Cast : Derek McGrath (Chell), Keith Szarabajka (Teero), Ron Robinson (Sek)

The Story : Stardate 54090.4 - Former members of the Maquis appear to be singled out in a rash of violent attacks. Before long, the safety of the entire crew is in jeopardy. When Tuvok takes charge of the investigation he becomes frustrated at the lack of a logical motive. The mysterious attacker seems to prey only on those involved in the Maquis resistance movement, including Chakotay and Torres. Although the victims make seemingly quick recoveries, events take an astonishing turn when Tuvok uncovers the identity of the predator who has left his prey with post-hypnotic suggestion to assume command of the ship by any means necessary.

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151 - Critical Care

Original title : Critical Care
First Aired : 01.11.2000 (USA)
Director : Terry Windell
Writing credits : James Kahn From a Story by Kenneth Biller & Robert J. Doherty
Cast : John Kassir (Gar), Dublin James (Tebbis), Larry Drake (Chellick), Gregory Itzin (Dysek), Paul Scherrer (Voje), Christinna Chauncey (Level Blue Nurse), Stephen O'Mahoney (Med Tech), John O'Heir (Husband), John Durbin (Alien Miner), Debi A. Monahan (Adultress), John Franklin (Kipp)

The Story : The Doctor is abducted from Voyager and forced to work in a hospital where patients are treated based on their social status.

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152 - Inside Man

Original title : Inside Man
First Aired : 08.11.2000 (USA)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Robert J. Doherty
Cast : Dwight Schultz (Barclay), Marina Sirtis (Deanna Troi), Richard Herd (Admiral Paris), Richard McGonagle (Cmdr Pete Harkins), Frank Corsentino (Gegis), Christopher Neiman (Yeggie), Michael William Rivkin (Nunk), Sharisse Baker-Bernard (Leosa)

The Story : Stardate: 54208.3. A hologram of Reginald Barclay is sent to Voyager bringing news that the ship can be returned home in a matter of hours through a 'geodesic fold.' However, the crew becomes suspicious of the holographic Barclay's intentions after seeing him exhibit strange behaviour.

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153 - Body and Soul

Original title : Body and Soul
First Aired : 15.11.2000 (USA)
Director : Robert Duncan McNeill
Writing credits : Eric Morris, Phyllis Strong & Mike Sussman From a Story by Michael Taylor
Cast : Fritz Sperberg (Ranek), Megan Gallagher (Jaryn), David Starwalt (Captain #2), Marva Hicks (T'Pel)

The Story : Stardate: 54283.3. While in the Delta Flyer The Doctor, Harry Kim and Seven of Nine come under attack for transporting a hologram through Lokirrim space - an act which is strictly forbidden. To hide the doctor, Seven of Nine downloads him into her cybernetic implants shortly before they are taken to a Lokirrim holding cell. On board Voyager, Tuvok enters Pon Farr.

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154 - Nightingale

Original title : Nightingale
First Aired : 22.11.2000 (USA)
Director : LeVar Burton
Writing credits : Andre Bormanis From a Story by Robert Lederman & Dave Long
Cast : Ron Glass (Loken), Beverly Leech (Dayla), Paul F. O'Brien (Geral), Scott Miles (Terek), Alan Brooks (Annari Commander), Bob Rudd (Brell), Manu Intiraymi (Icheb)

The Story : Stardate: 54274.7. While Voyager stops for maintenance, Kim, Seven and Neelix use the Delta Flyer to search for dilithium, when they come across a war between two alien races. After receiving a distress call from a damaged ship claiming to be on a humanitarian mission, Kim is offered his first chance at commanding a vessel of his own.

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155 - Flesh and Blood (1/2)

Original title : Flesh and Blood (1/2)
First Aired : 29.11.2000 (USA)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Bryan Fuller From a Story by Jack Monaco, Bryan Fuller & Raf Green
Cast : Jeff Yagher (Iden), Ryan Bollman (Donik), Michael Wiseman (Beta-Hirogen), Cindy Katz (Kejal), Spencer Garrett (Weiss), Vaughn Armstrong (Alpha-Hirogen), Paul Eckstein (New Alpha-Hirogen), Todd Jeffries (Hirogen One), Don McMillan (Hirogen Three), Chad Halyard (Hirogen Two), David Doty (Nuu'Bari Miner), Damon Kirsche (Nuu'Bari Hologram One)

The Story : The crew of Voyager find a Hirogen training facility, and discover that the hologram technology they gave the Hirogen several months ago was modified to the point where the Holograms are smarter and more cunning than their hunters. The Doctor is abducted by a band of Holograms that escaped from the Hirogen facility and is asked to join them in forging a new life as independent 'photonic beings.' The crew of Voyager must ally with the Hirogen to find the Doctor and re-capture the renegade Holograms. After a confrontation with the Hologram ship, Voyager is disabled and B'Elanna is abducted, with the Doctor's help, to aid the Holograms in their plight.
Note : Spencer Garrett previously played Simon Tarses in the "Star Trek: The Next Generation" episode "The Drumhead". This episode continues the events which occured in the 4th season two-parter "The Killing Game".

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156 - Flesh and Blood (2/2)

Original title : Flesh and Blood (2/2)
First Aired : 29.11.2000 (USA)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Raf Green, Kenneth Biller From a Story by Bryan Fuller & Raf Green
Cast : Jeff Yagher (Iden), Ryan Bollman (Donik), Michael Wiseman (Beta-Hirogen), Cindy Katz (Kejal), Spencer Garrett (Weiss), Paul Eckstein (New Alpha-Hirogen), Todd Jeffries (Hirogen One), Don McMillan (Hirogen Three), Chad Halyard (Hirogen Two), David Doty (Nuu'Bari Miner), Damon Kirsche (Nuu'Bari Hologram One)

The Story : Stardate: 54337.5. Voyager secretly trails two Hirogen ships in pursuit of the renegade Hologram ship. Iden, the band's self-appointed leader, begins showing signs of delusional behaviour when he considers himself as the 'Saviour of his people,' and believes that his people will worship him as a God in their new settlement. With Voyager and the Hirogen ships trailing close behind, the Doctor and Torres must find a way to disable the ships and the holograms before they come under attack from the Hirogen, and before Iden can execute his plan.

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157 - Shattered

Original title : Shattered
First Aired : 17.01.2001 (USA)
Director : Terry Windell
Writing credits : Michael Taylor From a Story by Michael Sussman & Michael Taylor
Cast : Tarik Ergin (Satin's Robot/ Lt. Ayala), Manu Intiraymi (Icheb), Martin Rayner (Dr. Chaotica), Martha Hackett (Seska), Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman), Nicholas Worth (Lonzak), Mark Bennington (Adult Icheb), Vanessa Branch (Adult Naomi)

The Story : After Voyager passes near a spatial rift, Chakotay is injured in Engineering, leaving his body in a state of temporal flux. After receiving treatment in sickbay, he inadvertently gains the ability to pass through rifts in time that are scattered throughout the ship, enabling him to walk into different stages of Voyager's history over the past seven years.

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158 - Lineage

Original title : Lineage
First Aired : 24.01.2001 (USA)
Director : Peter Lauritson
Writing credits : James Kahn
Cast : Manu Intiraymi (Icheb), Juan Garcia (John Torres), Jessica Gaona (Young B'Elanna), Javier Grajeda (Carl), Paul Robert Langdon (Dean), Nicole Sarah Fellows (Elizabeth), Gilbert R. Leal (Michael)

The Story : Stardate: 54452.6. After receiving the news that she is pregnant with Tom Paris' child, and after learning that the child will have dominant Klingon features, B'Elanna has flashbacks to when she was a child, remembering how difficult her life was because of her Klingon heritage.

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159 - Repentance

Original title : Repentance
First Aired : 31.01.2001 (USA)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Robert Doherty From a Story by Robert Doherty & Mike Sussman
Cast : Jeff Kober (Iko), Tim deZarn (Yediq), F.J. Rio (Joleg), Gregg Poland (Voyager Security Officer)

The Story : Voyager is placed in an ethical dilemma when they encounter a damaged transport ship carrying prisoners. It is revealed that some of the prisoners are being jailed because of their species, and the social misconceptions surrounding them.

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160 - Prophecy

Original title : Prophecy
First Aired : 07.02.2001 (USA)
Director : Terry Windell
Writing credits : Mike Sussman, Phyllis Strong From a Story by Kenneth Biller, Larry Nemecek, J. Kelley Bourke & Raf Green
Cast : Peggy Jo Jacobs (Ch'Rega), Sherman Howard (T'Greth), Paul Eckstein (Morak), Wren T. Brown (Kohlar), Peggy Jo Jacobs (Ch'Rega)

The Story : Stardate: 54518.2. Voyager encounters a generational Klingon ship. When the crew of the ship beam over to Voyager after a warp core explosion, they believe that either B'Elanna, or her child is their saviour as foreseen by their religious scrolls and prophecies.

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161 - The Void

Original title : The Void
First Aired : 14.02.2001 (USA)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Ref Greene, James Kahn From a Story by Raf Greene & Kenneth Biller
Cast : Robin Sachs (Valen), Paul Willson (Loquar), Scott Lawrence (Garon), Jonathan Del Arco (Fantome), Michael Shamus Wiles (Bosaal)

The Story : Stardate: 54553.4. Voyager is pulled into an empty layer of subspace where ships are forced to attack each other and steal supplies for survival. The ship's only hope for survival lies in forming alliances with other ships who wish to escape 'The Void.'

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162 - Workforce (1/2)

Original title : Workforce (1/2)
First Aired : 21.02.2001 (USA)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Kenneth Biller & Bryan Fuller
Cast : James Read (Jaffen), Don Most (Kadan), John Aniston (Quarren Ambassador), Iona Morris (Umali), Tom Virtue (Supervisor), Michael Behrens (Coyote), Matt Williamson (Security Officer #2), Akemi Royer (Med Tech), Robert Mammana (Security Officer #1)

The Story : Stardate: 54584.3. The crew of Voyager carry out their normal lives as workers on an industrial planet called Quarra, totally unaware of their time on Voyager or their situation in the Delta Quadrant. Chakotay, Kim and Neelix, return from their trading mission on the Delta Flyer to find the ship abandoned and adrift in a nebula, with only the Doctor on board. The Doctor informs them that the ship fell into a trap which forced them to abandon ship in the escape pods, allowing them to be captured. The Doctor has heard nothing from them since. After going undercover on the planet, Chakotay, Kim, Neelix and the Doctor must now find a way to return the crew and restore their memories, while evading local authorities who have uncovered their plan.

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163 - Workforce (2/2)

Original title : Workforce (2/2)
First Aired : 28.02.2001 (USA)
Director : Roxann Dawson
Writing credits : Kenneth Biller, Michael Taylor From a Story by Kenneth Biller & Bryan Fuller
Cast : Don Most (Kadan), Tom Virtue (Supervisor), James Read (Jaffen), Jay Harrington (Ravoc), Damara Reilly (Alien Surgeon), Robert Joy (Yerid), Matt Williamson (Security Officer #2), John Aniston (Quarren Ambassador), Joseph Will (Security Officer #3), Majel Barrett (Narrator)

The Story : Stardate: 54622.4. Chakotay must convince Janeway and the other crew members of their past lives on Voyager. Matters are complicated when Chakotay is exposed and taken for interrogation.

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164 - Human Error

Original title : Human Error
First Aired : 07.03.2001 (USA)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Brannon Braga, Andre Bormanis From a Story by Andre Bormanis & Kenneth Biller
Cast : Manu Intiraymi (Icheb)

The Story : When Seven tries to perfect her social skills on the holodeck, her hobby quickly becomes an obsession, which leads her to neglect her duties, placing Voyager in great danger.

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165 - Q2

Original title : Q2
First Aired : 11.04.2001 (USA)
Director : LeVar Burton
Writing credits : Robert Doherty From a Story by Kenneth Biller
Cast : Manu Intiraymi (Icheb), John de Lancie (Q), Keegan De Lancie (Q2), Lorna Rauer (Q-Judge), Micheal Kagan (Alien Commander)

The Story : Stardate: 54704.5. Q places his son in the care of Captain Janeway for a week, hoping that she will be able to teach him a sense of discipline. However, his powers and his recklessness endanger the crew and test Janeway's patience.
Note : Keegan de Lancie (Q2), is the real life son of John de Lancie (Q).

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166 - Author, Author

Original title : Author, Author
First Aired : 18.04.2001 (USA)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Phillis Strong & Mike Sussman From a Story by Brannon Braga
Cast : Dwight Schultz (Lt. Barclay), Richard Herd (Admiral Paris), Irene Tso (Mary Kim), Robert Ito (John Kim), Lorinne Dills Vozoff (Irene Hansen), Joan Garcia (John Torress), Barry Gordon (Broht), Joseph Campanella (Arbitrator)

The Story : Stardate: 54732.3. A means of direct communication is established with Voyager allowing each crew member to speak with family and friends. The Doctor sends a holo-novel for publication based on a lost Starship with a doctor who is treated like a slave, which causes controversy among the members of the ship.

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167 - Friendship One

Original title : Friendship One
First Aired : 25.04.2001 (USA)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Michael Taylor & Bryan Fuller
Cast : Josh Clark (Lt. Carey), Peter Dennis (Admiral Hendricks), John Prosky (Otrin), Ashely Ender (Yun), Ashley Edner (Yun), Ken Land (Verin), Bari Hochwald (Brin)

The Story : Stardate: 54775.4. With regular communications to the Alpha Quadrant established, Starfleet send a mission to Voyager: retrieve a 21st Century probe sent from Earth called 'Friendship One.' However, the probe has been modified by a Delta Quadrant species, and the changes may not have been for the better.
Note : Originally, James Cromwell was to reprise his Star Trek: First Contact role of Zephram Cochran. In one of the earlier drafts of the script, the Friendship One probe would broadcast a message saying, "My name is Zefram Cochrane. I send greetings on behalf of the inhabitants of Earth." However, this was changed to "We the people of Earth greet you in a spirit of peace and humility" for the final version of the episode.

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168 - Natural Law

Original title : Natural Law
First Aired : 02.05.2001 (USA)
Director : Terry Windell
Writing credits : James Kahn From a Story by Kennith Biller & James Kahn
Cast : Paul Sandman (Healer), Robert Curtis Brown (Ambassador), Ivar Brogger (Barus), Autumn Reeser (Girl), Neil Vipond (Kleg)

The Story : Stardate: 54817.5. Chakotay and Seven of Nine are left stranded on an alien planet when they crash into a planet inhabited by primitive tribes. Voyager is prevented from finding them by a mysterious energy barrier surrounding them.

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169 - Homestead

Original title : Homestead
First Aired : 09.05.2001 (USA)
Director : LeVar Burton
Writing credits : Raf Green
Cast : Scarlet Pomers (Naomi Wildman), Rob Labelle (Oxilon), Julianne Christie (Dexa), Ian Meltzer (Brax), John Kenton Shull (Nocona), Christian R. Conrad (Miner)

The Story : Stardate: 54868.6. When Voyager discovers a settlement of Talaxians on an asteroid caught in an industrial conflict, the crew manage find a new home for the population. When an armed conflict between the mining operations and the re-settled Talaxians erupts, Neelix is offered a chance of a new life away from Voyager within the colony.
Note : AKA - Destiny

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170 - Renaissance Man

Original title : Renaissance Man
First Aired : 16.05.2001 (USA)
Director : Mike Vejar
Writing credits : Mike Sussman, Phillis Strong From a Story by Andrew Sheppard Price & Mark Gaberman
Cast : Tarik Ergin (Lt. Ayala), Andy Milder (Nar), Wayne Thomas Yorke (Zet), Alexander Enberg (Vorik), David Sparrow (Alien Doctor), Tarik Ergin (Tactical Officer), J. R. Quinonez (Doctor)

The Story : The Doctor must impersonate various crew members when Captain Janeway is abducted and held hostage for Voyager's warp core.

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171 - Endgame (1/2)

Original title : Endgame (1/2)
First Aired : 23.05.2001 (USA)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Rick Berman, Kenneth Biller, Brannon Braga & Robert Doherty
Cast : Dwight Schultz (Lt. Barclay), Josh Clark (Lt. Carey), Manu Intiraymi (Icheb), Josh Clark (Lt. Carey), Alice Krige (The Borg Queen), Richard Herd (Admiral Paris), Vaughn Armstrong (Korath), Lisa LoCicero (Miral Paris), Ashley Sierra Hughes (Sabrina Wildman)

The Story : After a decades-long journey to reach the Alpha Quadrant, Admiral Kathryn Janeway makes a bold decision to change the past in an attempt to undo the toll taken on the crew during their arduous journey home.

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172 - Endgame (2/2)

Original title : Endgame (2/2)
First Aired : 23.05.2001 (USA)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Rick Berman, Kenneth Biller, Brannon Braga & Robert Doherty
Cast : Dwight Schultz (Lt. Barclay), Manu Intiraymi (Icheb), Josh Clark (Lt. Carey), Alice Krige (The Borg Queen), Richard Herd (Admiral Paris), Vaughn Armstrong (Korath), Lisa LoCicero (Miral Paris), Ashley Sierra Hughes (Sabrina Wildman)

The Story : After a decades-long journey to reach the Alpha Quadrant, Admiral Kathryn Janeway makes a bold decision to change the past in an attempt to undo the toll taken on the crew during their arduous journey home.
Note : The last line of the finale is identical to the last line in the pilot episode "Caretaker." "Set a course for home." - Janeway

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