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Star Trek: Voyager (1995)

Pulled to the far side of the galaxy, where the Federation is 75 years away at maximum warp speed, a Starfleet ship must cooperate with Maquis rebels to find a way home.

Writing:
  • Rick Berman
  • Gene Roddenberry
  • Jeri Taylor
  • Michael Piller
Stars:
Release Date: Mon, Jan 16, 1995

Country: US
Language: En
Runtime: 45

Season 7:

Unimatrix Zero (2)
Episode 1: Unimatrix Zero (2) (Oct 04, 2000)
Stardate: 54014.4 - Partially transformed into Borg drones, Janeway, Tuvok, and Torres run a covert operation on board a Borg ship to infect the collective with a virus that will free subdued individuals from the hive's control.
Imperfection
Episode 2: Imperfection (Oct 11, 2000)
Stardate: 54129.4 - A key Borg component in Seven's brain begins shutting down, leading to the possibility that she may be facing the equivalent of a terminal illness.
Drive
Episode 3: Drive (Oct 18, 2000)
Stardate: 54058.6 - Torres and Paris' relationship takes a twist on the eve of a shuttle racing event Paris has entered, celebrating the anniversary of a peace treaty in a former war zone.
Repression
Episode 4: Repression (Oct 25, 2000)
Stardate: 54090.4 - An investigation of mysterious attacks on members of the crew uncovers a buried plot involving Tuvok and a Maquis fanatic.
Critical Care
Episode 5: Critical Care (Nov 01, 2000)
Stardate: Unknown - The Doctor is abducted from Voyager and forced to work in a hospital where patients are treated based on their social status.
Inside Man
Episode 6: Inside Man (Nov 08, 2000)
Stardate: 54208.3 - The Voyager crew receives a transmission from the Alpha Quadrant that contains an interactive holographic program of Lieutenant Barclay, who informs them that Starfleet has found Voyager a way home.
Body and Soul
Episode 7: Body and Soul (Nov 15, 2000)
Stardate: 54283.3 - In a region of space where holograms are prohibited, the Doctor is forced to hide by transferring his program into Seven's mind, upon which he takes over control of her body.
Nightingale
Episode 8: Nightingale (Nov 22, 2000)
Stardate: 54274.7 - Ensign Kim finds himself making the hard choices of mission commander when he agrees to help the crew of a ship in need.
Flesh and Blood (1)
Episode 9: Flesh and Blood (1) (Nov 29, 2000)
Stardate: 54337.5 - Voyager answers a distress call from a Hirogen outpost – only to find carnage caused by holographic technology that Captain Janeway has given them.
Flesh and Blood (2)
Episode 10: Flesh and Blood (2) (Nov 29, 2000)
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.
Shattered
Episode 11: Shattered (Jan 17, 2001)
Stardate: Unknown - A spatial anomaly divides Voyager into various time frames of the past and future, leaving Chakotay as the only person who may be able to put the pieces back together.
Lineage
Episode 12: Lineage (Jan 24, 2001)
Stardate: 54452.6 - When B'Elanna learns she is pregnant, she tries to proactively repress her child's Klingon heritage on the basis of her own troubled past.
Repentance
Episode 13: Repentance (Jan 31, 2001)
Stardate: 54474.6 - When Voyager provides emergency transportation for alien prisoners sentenced to die, a medical procedure unexpectedly and radically changes the values and temperament of one of the prisoners.
Prophecy
Episode 14: Prophecy (Feb 07, 2001)
Stardate: 54518.2 - The captain of a Klingon ship on a generational holy mission believes Torres' unborn child may lead them to a new era of enlightenment.
The Void
Episode 15: The Void (Feb 14, 2001)
Stardate: 54553.4 - Voyager is pulled into a barren spatial void where survival is based on preying upon others.
Workforce (1)
Episode 16: Workforce (1) (Feb 21, 2001)
Stardate: 54584.3 - The Voyager crew is abducted to an alien world, where their memories are altered and they are dropped into the large population of an industrial labor force.
Workforce (2)
Episode 17: Workforce (2) (Feb 28, 2001)
Stardate: 54622.4 - It's up to Chakotay, Kim, and the Doctor to liberate the Voyager crew and help uncover a conspiracy of illegal labor practices.
Human Error
Episode 18: Human Error (Mar 07, 2001)
Stardate: Unknown - Seven of Nine runs a series of holodeck simulations to explore her untapped emotions.
Q2
Episode 19: Q2 (Apr 11, 2001)
Stardate: 54704.5 - Q comes to Voyager and asks Janeway to help him teach lessons of responsibility to his troublesome son.
Author, Author
Episode 20: Author, Author (Apr 18, 2001)
Stardate: 54732.3 - When the Doctor arranges to have his recently completed holodeck novel published in the Alpha Quadrant, certain aspects of the story hit too close to home among his shipmates.
Friendship One
Episode 21: Friendship One (Apr 25, 2001)
Stardate: 54775.4 - The Voyager crew, on a mission to track down a historic Earth probe designed to contact intelligent life, finds the probe had indeed crossed paths with another civilization, but with catastrophic results.
Natural Law
Episode 22: Natural Law (May 02, 2001)
Stardate: 54817.5 - Chakotay and Seven find themselves trapped with a primitive culture that is separated from the rest of its world by an energy field designed to protect them.
Homestead
Episode 23: Homestead (May 09, 2001)
Stardate: 54868.6 - Neelix finds he must make hard choices when he becomes involved in the struggle of Talaxian refugees whose home in an asteroid belt is threatened by alien miners.
Renaissance Man
Episode 24: Renaissance Man (May 16, 2001)
Stardate: 54890.7 - The Doctor is forced to carry out a secret mission where he must impersonate members of the Voyager crew.
Endgame
Episode 25: Endgame (May 23, 2001)
Stardate: 54973.4 - Twenty-six years in the future, a regretful Admiral Janeway hatches an audacious plan to bring Voyager home sooner, rather than have it spend an additional sixteen years making its journey.

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