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Star Trek: Voyager (1995-2001)

Episode:401
Scorpion, Part II

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Janeway and Tuvok work with the Borg and meet Seven of Nine as they work on developing a weapon against Species 8472 in exchange for safe passage through Borg space.

Features: The Borg
Stardate: 51003.7
Air Date: 09/03/97
Director: Winrich Kolbe

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Excellent ending to a fantastic two-parter! Totally worth every second.

Episode:402
The Gift

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Kes' mental abilities develop to a point where they endanger Voyager.

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Stardate: 51008
Air Date: 09/10/97
Director: Anson Williams

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While I experienced some emotions as Kes decided to leave the ship - but I feel that overall there was something missing. Overall not bad - but still...

Episode:403
Day of Honor

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B'Elanna tries to observe the Klingon Day of Honor after the warp core is lost.

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Stardate: Unknown
Air Date: 09/17/97
Director: Jesús Salvador Treviño

Jack's Review
Loved this episode. The Caatati alien species really shows off the hatred and fear everyone has for the Borg. Also their demeanor - asking for help instead of helping themselves, complaining when help is received, and scavenging with finders-keepers mentality is very well played. You feel sorry for them and dislike them at the same time.

Episode:404
Nemesis

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Chakotay helps fight in an alien war.

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Stardate: 51082.4
Air Date: 09/24/97
Director: Alexander Singer

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Freaky episode - very freaky. The alien vernacular is very strange and the twisting plot makes it feel very foreign. Still, a fun episode....and Robert Beltran is excellent as always.

Episode:405
Revulsion

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A hologram contacts Voyager and the Doctor is excited to meet another hologram.

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Stardate: 51186.2
Air Date: 10/01/97
Director: Kenneth Biller

Jack's Review
CREEPY episode. The acting of Leland Orser is terrific. He really freaked my son and I out! Terrific interplay between Harry and Seven of Nine here too....and the discussion Harry has with Chakotay is priceless.

Episode:406
The Raven

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Seven of Nine experiences Borg flashbacks as she attempts to become more human.

Features: The Borg
Stardate: Unknown
Air Date: 10/08/97
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
A simply excellent Seven of Nine story. Love the interaction between Seven and Harry as well as giving us some background on her family. I really enjoyed the negotiations with the B'omar too - plenty of comedic value there.

Episode:407
Scientific Method

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The crew have unexplained illnesses as they are closely observed by unseen intruders.

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Stardate: 51244.3
Air Date: 10/29/97
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Such a killer concept! A race of morally immoral scientists performing live gene experiments on the crew! The episode has a certain qiality I have come to expect from David Livingston directed works as well. My only quibble is the ease at which Voyager passes between the binary pulsar with her shields down. Still it does make for a dramatic end to a great episode.

Episode:408
Year of Hell

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Voyager creates a new Astrometrics Lab, which maps a new course that brings them into contact with a Krenim temporal ship that can erase things from history.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate: 51268.4
Air Date: 11/05/97
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
Yet again all I can say is EPIC! A classic story that is perfectly acted. The scenario plays off of the space-time plot very well and I can find no faults to speak of. Love Janeway's response to the Krenim ship..."I don't respond well to threats".

Episode:409
Year of Hell, Part II

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A badly damaged Voyager hides in a nebula as a skeleton crew attempts repairs; meanwhile the Krenim commander proposes a compromise to Chakotay and Paris.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate: 51425.4
Air Date: 11/12/97
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
Easily one of the best wrap-ups to a two part episode so far. None of it feels forced or rushed and it ends in a very satisfying manner. Truly one of the best Trek shows ever.

Episode:410
Random Thoughts

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Torres is arrested while visiting a world of telepaths where violent thoughts are a crime.

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Stardate: 51367.2
Air Date: 11/19/97
Director: Alexander Singer

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Great Tuvok episode! The story was very unusual as well which makes for a dynamite combo when combined with Vulcan Logic and an illogical solution to a problem.

Episode:411
Concerning Flight

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Aliens steal several key components of Voyager, which are retrieved with assistance from a holographic Leonardo Da Vinci.

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Stardate: 51386.4
Air Date: 11/26/97
Director: Jesús Salvador Treviño

Jack's Review
Yet another terrific episode with John Rhys-Davies as Maestro da Vinci. Love the Alien Swap Meet motif as well.

Episode:412
Mortal Coil

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Neelix dies in an attempt to sample proto-matter from a nebula. Seven of Nine believes she can revive him using Borg nanoprobes, but Neelix finds it hard to adjust, particularly given that he has no memory of an afterlife of any kind.

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Stardate: 51449.2
Air Date: 12/17/97
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
This episode really shows off the acting prowess of Ethan Phillips. That aside, I can not list this as a favorite because I feel it violated the nature of the Neelix character a bit too much.

Episode:413
Waking Moments

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The crew of Voyager start to have dreams from which they cannot wake, and only Chakotay can save them.

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Stardate: 51471.3
Air Date: 01/14/98
Director: Alexander Singer

Jack's Review
A real brain teaser episode! Love the creepy nature of the aliens at the beginning of the show and the paranoia they exhibit on the crew is well executed.

Episode:414
Message in a Bottle

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The Doctor's program is sent to an advanced Starfleet vessel via a vast ancient communications network, but he soon discovers that only he and the ship's own EMH remain to fight against Romulans who have taken over the ship and are attempting to return to Romulan space with it.

Features: The Romulans
Stardate: 51462
Air Date: 01/21/98
Director: Nancy Malone

Jack's Review
First of all, I hate Andy Dick, so my hopes were dashed when I saw his name in the opening credits....but man was I proved wrong! Terrific episode! Another well played comedic performance by Robert Picardo as well.

Episode:415
Hunters

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A transmission from Starfleet Command gets held at a Hirogen relay station and Janeway sets course to retrieve it.

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Stardate: 51501.4
Air Date: 02/11/98
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Terrific introduction to a new villain. I like how Voyager's writers remember that the ship is moving into new space and leaving old alien races behind. The Hirogen race is Star Trek's answer to the Predator. Very well done and now my Son has a new favorite bad guy species.

Episode:416
Prey

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Voyager rescues a Hirogen survivor who tells them a new kind of prey is on the loose.

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Stardate: 51652.3
Air Date: 02/18/98
Director: Allan Eastman

Jack's Review
Just when we think that everything will be ok between the Hirogen and Voyager....man, what a killer episode!

Episode:417
Retrospect

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After experiencing unsettling hallucinations, Seven of Nine is hypnotized by the Doctor whose analysis reveals a trader may have extracted Borg technology from Seven without her consent.

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Stardate: 51658.2
Air Date: 02/25/98
Director: Jesús Salvador Treviño

Jack's Review
This is a good episode - a bit creepy at times, but still good. The Alien merchant is such a jerk it makes it hard to feel anything but loathing for him.

Episode:418
The Killing Game

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The Hirogen implant devices into the crew making them believe they are characters within the holodecks being used for hunts.

Features: The Holodeck
Stardate: Unknown
Air Date: 03/04/98
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Once again, David Livingston gives us one of the best two-part episodes in Trek history. Absolutely awesome story.

Episode:419
The Killing Game, Part II

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The Hirogen implant devices into the crew making them believe they are characters within the holodecks being used for hunts.

Features: The Holodeck
Stardate: 51715.2
Air Date: 03/04/98
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Often with these two-parters the second episode feels rushed. This is not the case in this episode. Everything culminates in a completely satisfying end.

Episode:420
Vis à Vis

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An alien shuttle with a prototype propulsion system suddenly appears and requires assistance. Paris is restless and volunteers to help the pilot, Steth, repair the shuttle.

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Stardate: 51762.4
Air Date: 04/08/98
Director: Jesús Salvador Treviño

Jack's Review
Loved seeing Bulldog from "Frazier" as an alien in this one. Very cool episode. It did have some slow parts but overall good.

Episode:421
The Omega Directive

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Janeway undertakes the Omega Directive, an order to destroy the Omega molecules, even if it means violating the Prime Directive.

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Stardate: 51781.2
Air Date: 04/15/98
Director: Victor Lobl

Jack's Review
Terrific acting in this one - and some nice interplay by Janeway and Seven is fun to watch.

Episode:422
Unforgettable

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An alien female from a cloaked ship asks for Chakotay by name and requests asylum on Voyager from her people.

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Stardate: 51813.4
Air Date: 04/22/98
Director: Andrew J. Robinson

Jack's Review
I like Virginia Madsen - Princess from Dune and all that - but this was a pretty lame episode. She does a great job with her character but the story just falls flat. We aren't given enough info about the aliens...and, I am sorry but Chakotay should be with Janeway.

Episode:423
Living Witness

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A Kyrian museum curator 700 years in the future hopes a Voyager relic containing a copy of the Doctor can confirm their version of history.

Features: The Holodeck
Stardate: Unknown
Air Date: 04/29/98
Director: Tim Russ

Jack's Review
Terrific acting once again by Robert Picardo. This man is amazing. I love the alternate view of the Voyager crew in this one.

Episode:424
Demon

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Tom Paris and Harry Kim take a shuttle down to an extremely inhospitable planet to obtain fuel.

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Stardate: Unknown
Air Date: 05/06/98
Director: Anson Williams

Jack's Review
There is some great back and forth friendly banter between Harry and Tom in this one. Overall, I think the story feels forced - but the ambiance on the Demon-class planet is fantastic. Oh, and the director is "Potsie" from "Happy Days"!

Episode:425
One

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Seven of Nine is left alone on Voyager when a nebula's deadly radiation forces the rest of the crew to stay in stasis and the Doctor's hologram projectors are disrupted.

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Stardate: 51929.3
Air Date: 05/13/98
Director: Kenneth Biller

Jack's Review
I wasn't sure about Seven until this episode. She really turned up the dial on the acting here. Love her attempts to fit in with the crew and the pride that Janeway shows in her at the end of this one. Also enjoyed the "Mutara Class Nebula" - very nice STII reference.

Episode:426
Hope and Fear

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Paris and Neelix return from a mission with a passenger named Arturis who knows more than 4,000 languages. He manages to decode a message from Starfleet that could lead to a way home.

Features: The Borg
Stardate: 51978.2
Air Date: 05/20/98
Director: Winrich Kolbe

Jack's Review
Excellent end to a terrific season. In this episode we went from feeling excited that the crew may have found a way home to being sad that Voyager would need to be left behind. Overall a very good story.

 
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