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Star Trek: Voyager

Star Trek: Voyager

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Star Trek: Voyager Main Cast

Kate Mulgrew Kate Mulgrew as Captain Kathryn Janeway
Robert Beltran Robert Beltran as Commander Chakotay
Roxann Dawson Roxann Dawson as Lt. B'Elanna Torres
Robert Duncan McNeill Robert Duncan McNeill as Lt. Tom Paris
Ethan Phillips Ethan Phillips as Neelix
Robert Picardo Robert Picardo as The Doctor
Tim Russ Tim Russ as Lt. Tuvok
Garrett Wang Garrett Wang as Ensign Harry Kim
Tarik Ergin Tarik Ergin as Lt. Ayala
Majel Barrett Majel Barrett as Voyager Computer
Jeri Ryan Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine
Jennifer Lien Jennifer Lien as Kes

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Star Trek: Voyager - Synopsis

Star Trek: Voyager is a science fiction television series set in the Star Trek universe, which debuted in 1995 and concluded in 2001 after seven seasons. The series follows the adventures of the USS Voyager, a starship from the United Federation of Planets that becomes stranded in the Delta Quadrant, a remote and unexplored region of the galaxy, 70,000 light-years away from Earth. Under the command of Captain Kathryn Janeway, the first female captain to lead a Star Trek series as the central character, Voyager's crew faces the daunting challenge of a 75-year journey to return home.

The series begins with Voyager being pulled into the Delta Quadrant by a powerful alien entity known as the Caretaker. In the process of trying to return to the Alpha Quadrant, Voyager merges crews with a group of Maquis rebels they were initially pursuing, integrating them into their Starfleet crew. This merger sets the stage for various interpersonal dynamics and growth, as former adversaries must work together for a common goal.

Throughout its journey, Voyager encounters diverse alien species, some hostile and others benevolent. Notable among these are the Borg, with whom the crew has several perilous encounters. One of the most significant additions to the series is Seven of Nine, a former Borg drone who is liberated from the Collective and becomes a key member of the crew, exploring themes of humanity, identity, and redemption.

The series is notable for its exploration of moral and philosophical issues, including the ethics of survival, the conflict between personal desire and the greater good, and the quest for knowledge and understanding of the unknown. It also delves into the challenges of leadership, as Captain Janeway navigates the complexities of guiding her crew through uncharted territories, making difficult decisions that test her principles and the Starfleet ideals.

Star Trek: Voyager stands out for its focus on character development, with the crew evolving significantly over the course of their journey. Relationships are tested, alliances are formed, and characters grow both personally and professionally. The series also introduces innovative technology and concepts, such as the Emergency Medical Hologram (EMH), a holographic doctor who becomes a fully integrated crew member, challenging the notion of what it means to be alive.

The series culminates in a dramatic and inventive finale, as Voyager's crew finally finds a way to shorten their journey home, confronting their greatest challenges and making sacrifices along the way. Star Trek: Voyager is celebrated for its optimistic portrayal of the future, its commitment to exploring ethical dilemmas, and its contribution to the Star Trek legacy by showcasing the resilience of the human spirit, the importance of unity in diversity, and the endless quest for knowledge and understanding.

Star Trek: Voyager Show Details

  • Created by: Rick Berman, Michael Piller, Jeri Taylor
  • Total number of seasons: 7
  • Total number of episodes: 172
  • Date first episode aired: 16 January 1995
  • Date final episode aired: 23 May 2001
  • Show status: Ended

Star Trek: Voyager Season 1 Episodes

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  1. Caretaker - The USS Voyager and its crew are catapulted by a powerful alien entity into the Delta Quadrant, 70,000 light-years from Earth, beginning their journey home.
  2. Parallax - Voyager investigates a quantum singularity, only to find themselves trapped within it, facing a ship that appears to be a future version of themselves.
  3. Time and Again - Captain Janeway and Paris are transported back in time to a planet on the brink of annihilation and must prevent a catastrophic explosion.
  4. Phage - Neelix's lungs are removed by a desperate race known as the Vidiians, forcing the crew to confront the ethical implications of medical necessity.
  5. The Cloud - In search of precious energy resources, Voyager ventures into what appears to be a nebula but discovers it to be a living entity.
  6. Eye of the Needle - The crew discovers a small wormhole leading to the Alpha Quadrant and makes contact with a Romulan ship, offering a glimmer of hope for a way home.
  7. Ex Post Facto - Paris is convicted of murder on an alien world, and Tuvok must use his investigative skills to uncover the truth and prove Paris's innocence.
  8. Emanations - Harry Kim is transported to an alien world where he encounters a society that worships death, prompting existential questions about life and the afterlife.
  9. Prime Factors - The crew encounters a hospitable race with technology capable of sending them significantly closer to home, but their strict laws forbid sharing it.
  10. State of Flux - Voyager uncovers a traitor on board who is secretly transmitting information to the Kazon, leading to a tense investigation.
  11. Heroes and Demons - The Doctor's first away mission involves rescuing crew members who have disappeared into a holodeck program set in Beowulf's time.
  12. Cathexis - After Chakotay is attacked by an unseen entity, his consciousness becomes trapped in Voyager's computer system, leading to a ship-wide mystery.
  13. Faces - Torres is split into her human and Klingon halves by the Vidiians, who are seeking a cure for the Phage, forcing her to confront her identity crisis.
  14. Jetrel - Neelix faces the Haakonian scientist responsible for creating a weapon that decimated his home world and killed his family.
  15. Learning Curve - Tuvok trains several Maquis crew members who are struggling to adapt to Starfleet's protocols, emphasizing the importance of unity aboard Voyager.

Star Trek: Voyager Season 2 Episodes

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  1. The 37's - Voyager discovers a group of humans from the 1930s, including Amelia Earhart, in stasis on a distant planet, raising questions about their origins.
  2. Initiations - Chakotay is captured by a young Kazon warrior undergoing a rite of passage, forcing both to confront their prejudices and preconceptions.
  3. Projections - The Doctor experiences a program malfunction that leads him to believe he is actually a human crew member and the Voyager expedition is a holodeck simulation.
  4. Elogium - Voyager encounters a swarm of space-dwelling life forms, triggering Kes's early elogium, her species' once-in-a-lifetime fertility cycle.
  5. Non Sequitur - Harry Kim wakes up on Earth, where he has never been assigned to Voyager, and must correct the timeline to return to his reality.
  6. Twisted - A spatial distortion wave hits Voyager, warping the ship's layout and trapping the crew inside increasingly confusing and shifting corridors.
  7. Parturition - Paris and Neelix, both vying for Kes's affections, crash-land on a planet and must work together to survive while caring for an alien infant.
  8. Persistence of Vision - As Voyager encounters a telepathic species, crew members are incapacitated by hallucinations of their deepest desires and fears.
  9. Tattoo - Chakotay encounters an alien race with a connection to his own ancestral past, offering insights into the origins of his people's belief system.
  10. Cold Fire - Kes makes contact with a more advanced Ocampa group, leading to a dangerous confrontation with a powerful entity known as Suspiria.
  11. Maneuvers - The Kazon steal technology from Voyager, leading to a tense standoff as Chakotay embarks on a personal mission to retrieve it.
  12. Resistance - Janeway is captured by an oppressive regime on an alien world, and her escape is aided by a man who believes she is his daughter.
  13. Prototype - B'Elanna Torres is abducted by a race of robots who seek her assistance in creating new life for their extinct civilization.
  14. Alliances - In an effort to improve Voyager's security situation in the Delta Quadrant, Janeway seeks out potential allies among the Kazon sects.
  15. Threshold - Paris attempts a warp speed breakthrough, but the experiment results in unexpected and severe consequences for his evolution.
  16. Meld - Tuvok investigates a murder aboard Voyager, leading to a dangerous mind meld that challenges his Vulcan control.
  17. Dreadnought - Voyager encounters an automated Cardassian weapon of mass destruction, which Torres had previously reprogrammed, now threatening an innocent planet.
  18. Death Wish - Voyager discovers a member of the Q Continuum seeking asylum on the ship to fulfill his wish to end his immortality.
  19. Lifesigns - The Doctor falls in love with a Vidiian woman whose severe illness presents a complex challenge, both medically and ethically.
  20. Investigations - Neelix becomes a detective to uncover a traitor on Voyager, leading to unexpected revelations and conflicts.
  21. Deadlock - A spatial scission causes Voyager to be duplicated, with both ships suffering damage and under attack, forcing Janeway to make a devastating decision.
  22. Innocence - Tuvok crash-lands on a moon and discovers children who are the last survivors of their race, with a mysterious secret.
  23. The Thaw - The crew encounters an alien virtual reality that preys on their fears, trapping members in a terrifying psychological game.
  24. Tuvix - A transporter accident merges Tuvok and Neelix into a single new being, leading to a moral dilemma about his right to exist.
  25. Resolutions - Janeway and Chakotay are stranded on a planet with a deadly virus, forcing the crew to consider leaving them behind to continue their journey home.
  26. Basics, Part 1 - The Kazon launch a full-scale attack on Voyager, leading to a desperate situation that leaves the crew's fate hanging in the balance.

Star Trek: Voyager Season 3 Episodes

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  1. Basics, Part 2 - Stranded on a primitive planet, the Voyager crew must retake the ship from the Kazon with the help of an unlikely ally.
  2. Flashback - Tuvok experiences a mental breakdown linked to a repressed memory, leading to a journey back to his time aboard the USS Excelsior.
  3. The Chute - Harry Kim and Tom Paris are imprisoned on a planet where inmates are left to fend for themselves, leading to a desperate fight for survival.
  4. The Swarm - The Doctor's program starts to degrade, threatening his existence, while Voyager faces a hostile species known as the Swarm.
  5. False Profits - Voyager encounters two Ferengi who have set themselves up as gods on a primitive world, exploiting its resources and people.
  6. Remember - B'Elanna Torres experiences vivid dreams that are actually repressed memories from another person, uncovering a planet's dark secret.
  7. Sacred Ground - Janeway undergoes a spiritual journey to save Kes's life after an alien temple's energy field leaves Kes in a coma.
  8. Future's End, Part 1 - Voyager is thrown back in time to 1996 Earth, where they must prevent a technology magnate from altering the future.
  9. Future's End, Part 2 - The crew continues their efforts to stop Henry Starling from launching the future's technology, risking a temporal catastrophe.
  10. Warlord - Kes is possessed by the mind of a violent alien warlord, leading her to take control of a planet's government.
  11. The Q and the Grey - Q returns, seeking Janeway's help to resolve a civil war in the Q Continuum by asking her to bear his child.
  12. Macrocosm - Janeway and Neelix return to Voyager to find the crew incapacitated by a macroviral infection, forcing Janeway to take action.
  13. Fair Trade - Neelix meets an old friend who gets him involved in illegal activities, threatening his position on Voyager.
  14. Alter Ego - Harry Kim falls in love with a holodeck character who may not be what she seems, leading to a revelation about her true nature.
  15. Coda - Janeway experiences a series of time loops and near-death experiences, challenging her perception of reality.
  16. Blood Fever - Ensign Vorik's Pon Farr triggers a similar response in B'Elanna, leading to uncontrollable passions and a dangerous situation on an alien planet.
  17. Unity - Chakotay crashes on a planet and discovers a group of Borg drones who have been disconnected from the Collective.
  18. Darkling - The Doctor's attempt to integrate historical personalities into his program leads to the emergence of a malevolent alter ego.
  19. Rise - Neelix and Tuvok must overcome their differences to save Voyager from a hostile alien threat using a giant space elevator.
  20. Favorite Son - Harry Kim is drawn to a planet where he is worshipped as a prophesied savior, but the truth is more sinister than it appears.
  21. Before and After - Kes experiences her life in reverse, from old age to birth, providing a glimpse into the potential futures of the Voyager crew.
  22. Real Life - The Doctor creates a holographic family to experience human family life, but his idealized version faces unexpected challenges.
  23. Distant Origin - A Voth scientist discovers that his species originated from Earth, challenging the beliefs of his society and risking persecution.
  24. Displaced - Voyager's crew is gradually replaced by aliens claiming to be displaced from their own ship, leading to a mystery about their true intentions.
  25. Worst Case Scenario - Crew members discover a holodeck program simulating a Maquis mutiny, leading to unexpected consequences and revelations.
  26. Scorpion, Part 1 - Voyager encounters the Borg, and Janeway considers an alliance with them to combat a more menacing threat, the Species 8472.

Star Trek: Voyager Season 4 Episodes

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  1. Scorpion, Part 2 - Janeway finalizes a risky alliance with the Borg against Species 8472, introducing Seven of Nine, a Borg drone, into the crew.
  2. The Gift - As Seven of Nine struggles with her forced separation from the Borg Collective, Kes's telepathic abilities evolve, threatening the ship.
  3. Day of Honor - B'Elanna Torres faces her Klingon heritage on the Day of Honor, leading to a life-threatening situation with Tom Paris in space.
  4. Nemesis - Chakotay crashes on a planet and becomes embroiled in a conflict, challenging his perceptions of right and wrong.
  5. Revulsion - The crew responds to a distress call from a lone survivor on a damaged vessel, only to discover a hologram with homicidal tendencies.
  6. The Raven - Seven of Nine experiences flashbacks of her childhood and leads Voyager to a derelict ship where she was assimilated by the Borg.
  7. Scientific Method - The crew suffers from mysterious ailments, leading to the discovery of alien researchers conducting unethical experiments on them.
  8. Year of Hell, Part 1 - Voyager encounters Krenim temporal weapons that can erase objects from existence, leading to a year-long battle for survival.
  9. Year of Hell, Part 2 - With Voyager severely damaged and the crew suffering, Janeway is determined to end the temporal conflict once and for all.
  10. Random Thoughts - Torres is accused of violent thought in a society where such thoughts are a crime, leading to an exploration of the nature of thought and crime.
  11. Concerning Flight - Janeway and Tuvok search for stolen Voyager technology on an alien world, encountering a Leonardo da Vinci hologram along the way.
  12. Mortal Coil - Neelix dies in an accident but is revived by Seven of Nine's nanoprobes, leading him to question his beliefs about the afterlife.
  13. Waking Moments - The crew is trapped in a shared dream created by an alien race, struggling to find a way to wake themselves.
  14. Message in a Bottle - The Doctor is sent through an ancient communications network to the Alpha Quadrant, where he finds the USS Prometheus and a new threat.
  15. Hunters - Using the same network, Voyager receives letters from home but also attracts the attention of hostile aliens, the Hirogen.
  16. Prey - Voyager rescues a member of Species 8472 being hunted by the Hirogen, leading to a moral dilemma about the right to sanctuary.
  17. Retrospect - Seven of Nine believes she was assaulted by an alien trader, leading to an investigation that raises questions about memory and trauma.
  18. The Killing Game, Part 1 - The Hirogen take over Voyager, using the crew in holographic hunting simulations that recreate various periods of Earth's history.
  19. The Killing Game, Part 2 - The crew must fight to reclaim Voyager from the Hirogen and end the deadly games, risking everything to break free.
  20. Vis à Vis - Tom Paris befriends an alien who has the ability to swap bodies, leading to unexpected consequences and personal revelations.
  21. The Omega Directive - Voyager encounters the Omega Molecule, leading Janeway to invoke a secretive Starfleet directive with potentially catastrophic implications.
  22. Unforgettable - Chakotay meets a woman claiming they were in love before her people made him forget her, challenging his understanding of memory and love.
  23. Living Witness - Hundreds of years in the future, a backup copy of the Doctor awakens in a museum where Voyager is portrayed as a warship, leading him to set the record straight.
  24. Demon - Searching for deuterium, Voyager lands on a "demon" class planet, where crew members are duplicated by a sentient silver fluid.
  25. One - With the crew in stasis to cross a nebula, Seven of Nine faces isolation while managing ship's defense against an external threat.
  26. Hope and Fear - A message from Starfleet leads to a ship capable of returning Voyager home, but its too-good-to-be-true offer conceals a deeper deception.

Star Trek: Voyager Season 5 Episodes

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  1. Night - Voyager travels through a vast region of space devoid of stars, confronting both external threats and internal strife due to the isolation.
  2. Drone - An accident involving the Doctor's mobile emitter and Seven of Nine's nanoprobes creates a 29th-century Borg drone with advanced capabilities.
  3. Extreme Risk - B'Elanna Torres engages in dangerous holodeck programs to cope with emotional pain, while the crew undertakes a risky mission to retrieve a probe.
  4. In the Flesh - Voyager discovers a simulation of Starfleet Headquarters being used by Species 8472 to practice infiltrating the Federation.
  5. Once Upon a Time - Neelix tries to protect Naomi Wildman from the truth about her mother's dangerous away mission, using a holodeck story to distract her.
  6. Timeless - Fifteen years in the future, Chakotay and Kim attempt to correct a past mistake that resulted in Voyager's destruction and the loss of all hands.
  7. Infinite Regress - Seven of Nine begins to exhibit personalities of individuals she assimilated as a Borg, leading to a crisis of identity.
  8. Nothing Human - A controversial holographic Cardassian doctor is created to save Torres from an alien parasite, raising ethical questions about his wartime atrocities.
  9. Thirty Days - Tom Paris is demoted and confined to the brig for disobeying orders during a mission to save an ocean planet.
  10. Counterpoint - Janeway engages in a cat-and-mouse game with a Devore inspector who is conducting searches for telepathic refugees hidden aboard Voyager.
  11. Latent Image - The Doctor discovers his memory has been altered, uncovering a moral dilemma faced by the crew about his programming.
  12. Bride of Chaotica! - Janeway and the crew must play along with Tom Paris's holodeck program when photonic aliens believe the scenario to be real.
  13. Gravity - Tuvok, Paris, and The Doctor are trapped on a planet with a time-distorted sinkhole, where Tuvok experiences a deep personal journey.
  14. Bliss - Voyager encounters a massive space entity that seduces the crew with illusions of their deepest desires, aiming to consume them.
  15. Dark Frontier, Part 1 - The crew plans a heist on a Borg ship to steal technology but encounters unexpected resistance from the Collective.
  16. Dark Frontier, Part 2 - Seven of Nine is recaptured by the Borg Queen, who attempts to persuade her to rejoin the Collective willingly.
  17. The Disease - Harry Kim enters into a forbidden romance with an alien woman, leading to a clash between Voyager and her people's unique customs.
  18. Course: Oblivion - The crew discovers they are duplicates, created by the "demon" class planet's sentient fluid, facing their own mortality as they disintegrate.
  19. The Fight - Chakotay enters a boxing simulation that becomes too real, linking him to an ancient alien conflict and a struggle for sanity.
  20. Think Tank - A group of brilliant aliens offers to help Voyager avoid a crisis in exchange for Seven of Nine's unique knowledge and experience.
  21. Juggernaut - Torres confronts her fears and prejudices when Voyager encounters a damaged, radiation-leaking Malon freighter threatening an inhabited sector.
  22. Someone to Watch Over Me - The Doctor teaches Seven about human social interactions and dating, leading to unexpected personal developments.
  23. 11:59 - Janeway reflects on one of her ancestors' involvement in the construction of the Millennium Gate on Earth, exploring family history and legacy.
  24. Relativity - Seven of Nine is recruited by a Federation timeship to prevent the destruction of Voyager, involving her in a complex temporal plot.
  25. Warhead - The Doctor's programming is hijacked by a sentient warhead seeking to fulfill its mission of destruction, forcing a moral dilemma about artificial intelligence.
  26. Equinox, Part 1 - Voyager encounters another Federation starship, the Equinox, stranded in the Delta Quadrant, but uncovers a dark secret about their survival methods.

Star Trek: Voyager Season 6 Episodes

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  1. Equinox, Part 2 - The conflict with the Equinox crew escalates, leading to a desperate race to stop their unethical actions against alien life forms.
  2. Survival Instinct - Seven of Nine encounters three former Borg drones she was once linked with, confronting the consequences of their shared past.
  3. Barge of the Dead - B'Elanna Torres has a near-death experience that takes her to the Klingon version of the afterlife, where she must confront her cultural and personal demons.
  4. Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy - The Doctor's daydreams become a security risk when an alien species taps into his fantasies, mistaking them for reality.
  5. Alice - Tom Paris becomes obsessed with a sentient alien spacecraft that manipulates his mind, intending to take him away from Voyager.
  6. Riddles - Tuvok is attacked by a neurodegenerative virus that causes him to lose his Vulcan demeanor, leading to an unexpected personal journey.
  7. Dragon's Teeth - Voyager awakens a group of aliens in stasis for centuries, only to find out their revival may lead to more conflict than anticipated.
  8. One Small Step - A space anomaly leads the crew to discover an ancient Earth spacecraft lost in the Delta Quadrant, inspiring a mission to retrieve it.
  9. The Voyager Conspiracy - Seven of Nine compiles vast amounts of data into a conspiracy theory suggesting hidden motives behind Voyager's journey.
  10. Pathfinder - Back in the Alpha Quadrant, Lt. Reginald Barclay becomes obsessed with finding a way to communicate with Voyager, leading to a breakthrough.
  11. Fair Haven - Janeway becomes attached to a character in a holodeck program simulating an Irish village, leading to questions about the nature of love and attachment.
  12. Blink of an Eye - Voyager is trapped in orbit around a planet where time passes rapidly, allowing them to witness its evolution and impact on its civilization.
  13. Virtuoso - The Doctor becomes a musical celebrity to an alien species that has never heard music before, challenging his role and identity on Voyager.
  14. Memorial - The crew experiences vivid, traumatic memories of a war they never fought, leading to the discovery of an alien memorial transmitting these experiences.
  15. Tsunkatse - Seven of Nine is kidnapped and forced to participate in an alien combat sport, leading to a moral dilemma and a fight for survival.
  16. Collective - Voyager encounters a Borg cube controlled by immature drones, initiating a complex interaction that tests the crew's resolve and compassion.
  17. Spirit Folk - The inhabitants of the Fair Haven holoprogram become aware of their nature and revolt against their creators, challenging the crew to consider the ethics of their actions.
  18. Ashes to Ashes - A former Voyager crew member, thought to be dead and transformed into an alien, returns to the ship seeking to regain her human form.
  19. Child's Play - Icheb's parents are found, but the crew discovers disturbing truths about his past and the real reason behind his return.
  20. Good Shepherd - Janeway takes three underperforming crew members on an away mission to help them find their potential, leading to unexpected dangers and growth.
  21. Live Fast and Prosper - A group of con artists impersonating Voyager's crew scams innocent people, prompting a mission to stop them and clear their names.
  22. Muse - B'Elanna Torres crash-lands on a pre-warp planet, becoming the muse for a playwright who interprets her stories as mythic tales.
  23. Fury - A vengeful Kes returns to Voyager, intending to change her past, leading to a confrontation that could alter the crew's history.
  24. Life Line - The Doctor is sent to the Alpha Quadrant to save his creator, Dr. Lewis Zimmerman, leading to a confrontation of personal and professional identities.
  25. The Haunting of Deck Twelve - Neelix tells the story of a malevolent entity that took over parts of Voyager, targeting the crew in a suspenseful encounter.
  26. Unimatrix Zero, Part 1 - Seven of Nine discovers a virtual world where Borg drones can exist as individuals free of the Collective, leading to a revolutionary movement.

Star Trek: Voyager Season 7 Episodes

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  1. Unimatrix Zero, Part 2 - Janeway, Torres, and Tuvok undergo a dangerous mission to infiltrate the Borg and support the resistance movement within Unimatrix Zero.
  2. Imperfection - Seven of Nine faces a life-threatening crisis when her Borg implants begin to fail, leading the crew on a quest to find a replacement.
  3. Drive - Paris enters a high-speed space race, but the competition becomes more than just a race when it tests his relationship with Torres.
  4. Repression - Members of Voyager's crew who were formerly part of the Maquis begin to be attacked, uncovering a conspiracy linked to their past.
  5. Critical Care - The Doctor is kidnapped and forced to work in a hospital where treatment is determined by the patient's social status, challenging his medical ethics.
  6. Inside Man - A hologram of Barclay is sent to Voyager with a plan to get the crew home, but it turns out to be part of an elaborate deception.
  7. Body and Soul - The Doctor's program is uploaded into Seven of Nine's body, resulting in unusual behavior and a unique form of collaboration to resolve their situation.
  8. Nightingale - Kim takes command of an alien ship in distress, testing his leadership skills and facing the challenges of command for the first time.
  9. Flesh and Blood - Voyager encounters holographic beings seeking freedom from servitude, leading to ethical dilemmas about the rights of sentient holograms.
  10. Shattered - A temporal anomaly splits Voyager into different time frames, and Chakotay must navigate the ship's past and future to restore it.
  11. Lineage - Torres discovers she is pregnant but struggles with fears about her child's Klingon heritage, leading to a personal and ethical dilemma.
  12. Repentance - Voyager transports prisoners scheduled for execution, sparking debates about justice and redemption among the crew.
  13. Prophecy - A group of Klingons believes Torres's unborn child is the fulfillment of a prophecy, leading to cultural clashes and personal revelations.
  14. The Void - Voyager is trapped in a void where ships must prey on each other to survive, prompting Janeway to form an alliance based on mutual aid and cooperation.
  15. Workforce, Part 1 - The majority of Voyager's crew is brainwashed into working on an alien planet, unaware of their true identities, leaving a small team to rescue them.
  16. Workforce, Part 2 - The effort to recover the crew's memories and escape from the alien planet continues, revealing a larger conspiracy.
  17. Human Error - Seven of Nine explores human emotions and relationships through holodeck simulations, but her experiments have unexpected consequences.
  18. Q2 - Q leaves his rebellious son in Janeway's care, hoping she can teach him responsibility and the values of the Q Continuum.
  19. Author, Author - The Doctor writes a holonovel that portrays the crew in an unflattering light, leading to disputes about rights and representation.
  20. Friendship One - Voyager is tasked with retrieving an old Earth probe that has caused devastation on a distant planet, leading to moral questions about exploration and its impacts.
  21. Natural Law - Seven of Nine and Chakotay are stranded on a planet with a primitive society, challenging the Prime Directive and their own survival.
  22. Homestead - Neelix finds a colony of his people and must decide whether to remain with Voyager or join his fellow Talaxians.
  23. Renaissance Man - The Doctor must impersonate several crew members when Janeway is kidnapped, showcasing his adaptability and resourcefulness.
  24. Endgame - In the series finale, an older Admiral Janeway travels back in time to help Voyager return to Earth, decades earlier than their projected arrival, at a significant personal cost. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Certain content that appears on this site, comes from Amazon Services LLC. This content is provided “AS IS” and is subject to change or removal at any time.

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