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Star Trek: Voyager (1995-2001)

Episode:701
Unimatrix Zero, Part II

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Janeway, B'Elanna and Tuvok are assimilated by the Borg while attempting to save the group of drones who have developed individuality.

Features: The Borg
Stardate: 54014.4
Air Date: 10/04/00
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
So...Janeway lets herself be assimilated to stick it to the Borg Queen? I think that cements her as THE baddest Starfleet Captain ever.

Episode:702
Imperfection

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When her cortical implant malfunctions, Seven of Nine needs a life-saving transplant.

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Stardate: 54058.6
Air Date: 10/11/00
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Awesome episode with one flaw. The scavengers in the debris field....what the heck was that about and why didn't they ever show up again?

Episode:703
Drive

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The crew of Voyager enter the Delta Flyer in a sub-warp race, crewed by Tom Paris and B'Elanna Torres, and events conspire to encourage Tom to propose to her.

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Stardate: 54090.4
Air Date: 10/18/00
Director: Winrich Kolbe

Jack's Review
Easily one of the best Tom Paris episodes in the series. Love the "Just Married" effect at the end.

Episode:704
Repression

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Ex-Maquis crew members are attacked after a data stream arrives from Starfleet.

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Stardate: 54129.4
Air Date: 10/25/00
Director: Winrich Kolbe

Jack's Review
Not a huge fan of this episode. While the 3D movie theater scenes are brilliant, the overall plot is silly and a tad thin. I would think Starfleet would scan every message before sending it across the galaxy to a Federation starship....

Episode:705
Critical Care

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The Doctor's program is stolen and he is forced to work in an alien hospital, where he skillfully manipulates the system to provide ethical medical care.

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Stardate: Unknown
Air Date: 11/01/00
Director: Terry Windell

Jack's Review
Fantastic story and all around acting by the entire cast. Larry Drake makes a great guest appearance and Robert Picardo is incredible. Easily one of the best.

Episode:706
Inside Man

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A hologram of Reginald Barclay is sent to Voyager, supposedly to implement a dangerous plan to bring them home; but the hologram has been tampered with by some Ferengi, who are trying to steal valuable Borg nanoprobes from Seven of Nine.

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Stardate: 54208.3
Air Date: 11/08/00
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
Terrific episode with a nice twist. I love the inclusion of Barclay in the Voyager series.

Episode:707
Body and Soul

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During an emergency on a mission, The Doctor is forced to upload his program into Seven of Nine's Borg implants, allowing him to experience real sensations for the first time.

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Stardate: 54238.3
Air Date: 11/15/00
Director: Robert Duncan McNeill

Jack's Review
Terrific acting in this one. You have to love the spot-on performance of Jeri Ryan.

Episode:708
Nightingale

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Harry Kim takes command of an alien ship which has lost its officers in an attack.

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Stardate: 54274.7
Air Date: 11/22/00
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
Very cool episode overall. My only complaint is the way they veer off on Harry's character a bit. He is not arrogant but they made him act that way for the story. I would think he would be a bit more insecure about his first command. However, Garrett Wang does a great job anyway.

Episode:709
Flesh and Blood

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Voyager's hologram technology, which Janeway had previously donated to the Hirogen, has been modified to make the holographic prey more cunning, enabling the hologram characters to rebel against their new masters.

Features: The Holodeck
Stardate: Unknown
Air Date: 11/29/00
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
Another great two-part story that if truth be told seems to be a bit overlong. The Doctor does some things that should have made Janeway deactivate him but her monologue at the end is actually well thought out.

Episode:710
Flesh and Blood, Part II

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The Doctor decides to join the holograms who have escaped from the Hirogen, but in the process he must betray Voyager.

Features: The Holodeck
Stardate: 54337.5
Air Date: 11/29/00
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Again, a bit longer than it needed to be.

Episode:711
Shattered

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Voyager is fractured into several time periods by an accident, and only Chakotay is able to move between them, in the process meeting old friends and old foes from the previous six seasons.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate: Unknown
Air Date: 01/17/01
Director: Terry Windell

Jack's Review
Another of Voyager's finest moments. Seeing bits and pieces of past episodes is awesome and it doesn't feel like a clip show. I love time travel episodes of Star Trek and this one shows exactly why.

Episode:712
Lineage

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Now married to Tom Paris, B'Elanna Torres discovers she is pregnant. The Doctor tells her to expect a daughter; but B'Elanna's unresolved fear of the childhood traumas which she suffered as a part-Klingon girl growing up among humans makes her determined to remove her child's Klingon DNA.

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Stardate: 54452.6
Air Date: 01/24/01
Director: Peter Lauritson

Jack's Review
A heartwarming and tear-jerker episode that really shows off the acting prowess of the entire cast. The end is just terrific!

Episode:713
Repentance

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Prisoners are brought onto Voyager from a damaged alien vessel, and the crew must deliver them to their destination - for execution!

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Stardate: Unknown
Air Date: 01/31/01
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
Another terrific episode. While a bit preachy at the core, the story is well done overall.

Episode:714
Prophecy

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Voyager encounters an ancient Klingon battlecruiser. The Klingons aboard it had set out long ago to find their savior, and they believe it to be Tom and B'Elanna's unborn child.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate: 54518.2
Air Date: 02/07/01
Director: Terry Windell

Jack's Review
A very cool episode that adds a bit of much needed Alpha Quadrant character to the overall Voyager story.

Episode:715
The Void

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Voyager is pulled into a void, where the ships which have become trapped attack each other for food and resources.

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Stardate: 54553.4
Air Date: 02/14/01
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
A terrific story that really shows off the writing of the show. My only complaint is the fact that the episode is a bit short.

Episode:716
Workforce

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The Voyager crew are brainwashed into taking new jobs on an industrialized planet which has a severe labour shortage, leaving only Chakotay, Kim and Neelix (who were on an away mission) and the Doctor (who, in the absence of the crew, has become the Emergency Command Hologram) to save them.

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Stardate: 54584.3
Air Date: 02/21/01
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
So much to love about this episode. This is one of the best episodes - both parts - in all of Star Trek.

Episode:717
Workforce, Part II

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Chakotay and Neelix take jobs on the new planet, and try to rescue their amnesiac crewmates - who don't want to leave.

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Stardate: 54622.4
Air Date: 02/28/01
Director: Roxann Dawson

Jack's Review
Man, it is strange to see Don Most as a bad guy. He will forever be Ralph Mouth from Happy Days! Awesome to see James Read. I wish he had signed on to be in the rest of the series.

Episode:718
Human Error

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Seven practices her social skills, on the holodeck.

Features: The Holodeck
Stardate: Unknown
Air Date: 03/07/01
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
This episode is cool in that it explains some of Seven's shortcomings with men. However, it does go off her character a bit....Still a very fun episode.

Episode:719
Q2

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Q leaves his son (Q2) on Voyager, to learn from the crew.

Features: The Q Entity
Stardate: 54704.5
Air Date: 04/11/01
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
Another terrific Q episode. John DeLancie's son plays the role of the young Q perfectly.

Episode:720
Author, Author

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The Doctor writes a holo-novel to be published in the Alpha Quadrant, featuring characters who closely resemble - but do not flatter - the crew.

Features: The Holodeck
Stardate: 54732.3
Air Date: 04/18/01
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Hilarious and fun episode that also harkens back to one of the best Star Trek episodes ever, TNG's "measure of a man".

Episode:721
Friendship One

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The crew is sent on its first mission by Starfleet in nearly seven years: to find a lost probe sent by Earth in the 21st century that has ended up in the Delta Quadrant.

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Stardate: 54775.4
Air Date: 04/25/01
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
Love this episode! However, Lt Carey....that was a bit pointless...

Episode:722
Natural Law

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Seven and Chakotay are stranded on a planet with primitive humanoids.

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Stardate: 54827.7
Air Date: 05/02/01
Director: Terry Windell

Jack's Review
Just outstanding acting by Jeri Ryan and Robert Beltran....and Tom Paris having to take flying lessons is priceless.

Episode:723
Homestead

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Voyager encounters a Talaxian settlement leaving Neelix with the difficult decision of whether to leave the crew.

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Stardate: 54868.6
Air Date: 05/09/01
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
Tearjerker? Yes sir! I am glad they decided to wait until the very end to do this. Voyager without Neelix for any length of time would have sucked. I know a lot of people dislike Neelix, but I mean the guy held the crew together in ways that a Captain can't. I applaud Ethan Phillips for his outstanding performance of such a wonderful character.

Episode:724
Renaissance Man

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The Doctor is forced to help aliens steal Voyager's warp core.

Features: The Holodeck
Stardate: 54890.7
Air Date: 05/16/01
Director: Mike Vejar

Jack's Review
An absolutely awesome next to last episode. Robert Picardo knocks it out of the park yet again and the story is a blast. Sadly this is the last regular episode and it feels very bitter sweet.

Episode:725
Endgame

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In an alternate future where it took Voyager 23 years to get home, Admiral Janeway devises a plan to alter history. As the crew enter a final showdown with the Borg, the two Janeways implement a risky plan to take out one of the six Borg Transwarp Hubs in the galaxy and simultaneously cross the transwarp threshold to get home.

Features: The Borg Time Travel
Stardate: 54973.4
Air Date: 05/23/01
Director: Allan Kroeker

Jack's Review
An amazing and fitting end to easily one of the greatest Star Trek stories ever. Easily as epic as "All Good Things", this one has everything you would want in a series finale.

 
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