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Episode
Number
Title
UK Tape
Number
Rating
Description
42
Basics Part II
3.1


Abandoned on a primitive planet, the crew of Voyager must learn to live with the primitive natives. Meanwhile, Tom Paris must rescue the ship with the help of the Talaxians and the EMH. But when the doctor is disabled by Seska, all their hopes rest on the shoulders of a serial killer.
 
Writer(s) :
Michael Piller
Director :
Winrich Kolbe
43
Flashback
3.1
When Tuvok starts having strange dreams about his time as an ensign under the command of Captain Sulu on the Excelsior, Janeway must share his experiences to get to the bottom of it all.
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Director :
David Livingston
44
The Chute
3.2

Imprisoned on board a horrific prison and implanted with devices designed to drive them insane, Paris and Kim must struggle to stay alive while Janeway arrages a rescue.
 
Writer(s) :
Clayvon C. Harris
Director :
Les Landau
45
The Swarm
3.2
Seeking to avoid a lengthy detour, Janeway decides to trespass on the territory of a powerful species. Meanwhile, the EMH apparently begins to loose his mind due to overuse.
 
Writer(s) :
Mike Sussman
Director :
Alexander Singer
46
False Profits
3.3

Voyager encounters the two Ferengi lost in the Delta Quadrant in TNG's "The Price". The two have set themselves up as Gods on a primitive planet, and Janeway must decide whether to intervene or not.
 
Writer(s) :
George A. Brozak
Director :
Cliff Bole
47
Remember
3.3

While visiting the Enarans, B'Elanna begins to have extremely vivid dreams about their past. But as the dreams start to turn sinister she begins to suspect that they may convey real events.
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Joe Menosky
Director :
Winrich Kolbe
48
Sacred Ground
3.4
When Kes is injured, Janeway decides that the way to save her is to abandon all logic and reason. Amazingly, it works.
 
Writer(s) :
Geo Cameron
Director :
Robert Duncan McNeill
49
Future's End,
Part I
3.4


When Voyager is thrown back in time to 1996, Janeway realises that the invention of computers on Earth may have been caused by a temporal accident which threw a timeship into the 1960's. But the lunatic who now owns the ship is determined to use it again, and in the process he may destroy the Earth itself.
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Joe Menosky
Director :
David Livingston
50
Future's End,
Part II
3.5

Janeway must face an enemy equipped technology five hundred years beyond Voyagers if she is to save the Earth. Meanwhile, Chakotay and B'Elanna are held captive by US militiamen who think they're UN agents.
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Joe Menosky
Director :
Cliff Bole
51
Warlord
3.5


An alien warlord posesses Kes's body and reconquers the planet he once ruled. While Janeway struggles to undo the damage, Kes and the warlord fight for posession of her body.
 
Writer(s) :
Andrew Shepard Price
Mark Gabeman
Director :
David Livingston
52
The Q and the Grey
3.6


Q asks Janeway to bear his child in order to end a Q civil war whos side effects are laying waste to entire star systems. When Janeway is taken to the continuum and captured, her crew must risk destruction and take sides in the war to resolve the situation.
 
Writer(s) :
Shawn Pillar
Director :
Cliff Bole
53
Macrocosm
3.6
When metre-wide viruses invade Voyager and incapacitate the crew, Action Kate straps on a phaser rifle and starts the slaughter. But can she get rid of the beasties before an alien species destroy the ship to prevent them from spreading?
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Director :
Alexander Singer
54
Fair Trade
3.7
Neelix must face a personal crisis when Voyager finally passes out of territory he's familiar with. Desperate to get hold of a map to prolong his usefullness, he decides to engage in rather dubious business with some shady characters.
 
Writer(s) :
Ronald Wilkerson
Jean Louise Mathias
Director :
Jesus Salvador Trevino
55
Alter Ego
3.7
Both Tuvok and Kim are attracted to an unusually compelling holobabe. But when the babe turns out to be real, she threatens the survival of the ship.
 
Writer(s) :
Joe Menosky
Director :
Robert Picardo
56
Coda
3.8
Janeway experiences her death over and over again. When her deceased father appears and tells her he's there to guide her into the spirit world, she senses that something may be up. Don't go into the light...
 
Writer(s) :
Jeri Taylor
Director :
Nancy Malone
57
Blood Fever
3.8
B'Elanna catches Pon-Farr from Vorik and goes on heat. Paris resists her advances, but without any other answer Chakotay decides to let her and Vorik fight to work it out of their system. If I thought this episode was meant to be a comedy, it would have got a 5. But I do believe they were being serious here...
 
Writer(s) :
Lisa Klink
Director :
Andrew Robinson
58
Unity
3.9


Commander Chakotay discovers a Federation emergency signal. Beaming down, he is attacked and critically wounded. Some friendly settlers care for him, but he suspects something is up. Meanwhile, Voyager discovers a wrecked Borg cube floating nearby.
 
Writer(s) :
Kenneth Biller
Director :
Robert Duncan McNeill
59
The Darkling
3.9
When the EMH adds various character traits to his program, the results are not what he was hoping for.
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Joe Menosky
Director :
Alexander Singer
60
Rise
3.10
While on a mission to help a planet suffering from an asteroid bombardment, Neelix decides that it's finally time to stand up to Tuvok.
 
Writer(s) :
Jimmy Diggs
Director :
Robert Sheerer
61
Favorite Son
3.10
After Kim fires on an alien ship without orders or warning, he begins to exhibit some unusual genetic changes. Subsequently, Voyagers crew are informed that Harry is really an alien from the Delta Quadrant. They don't come much odder than this one. Fortunately.
 
Writer(s) :
Lisa Klink
Director :
Marvin Rush
62
Before and After
3.11

Kes finds herself periodically jumping further and further back in time, despite all efforts to stop her. Peculiar, but in a good way.
 
Writer(s) :
Kenneth Biller
Director :
Allan Kroeker
63
Real Life
3.11
When the EMH programs up the perfect holo-family for himself, B'Elanna decides to make it a little more realistic. Unfortunately, her idea of realism includes some pretty unpleasant stuff.
 
Writer(s) :
Harry Doc. Kloor
Director :
Anson Williams
64
Distant Origin
3.12

An alien race descended from dinosaurs tracks down a ship from the long-lost planet of their origin; none other than the USS Voyager. But Voyagers existence contradicts some of their societies most basic beliefs, and the powers that be are willing to do almost anything to surpress the discovery - including destroying the evidence...
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Joe Menosky
Director :
David Livingston
65
Displaced
3.12
When an alien appears on board Voyager at the same moment that Kes vanishes, he professes total innocence and surprise. Astoundingly, Janeway believes him even when more and more such swaps take place. Eventually the entire crew is gone, and Voyager is in alien hands.
 
Writer(s) :
Lisa Klink
Director :
Allan Kroeker
66
Worst Case Scenario
3.13

Chakotay is planning a Maquis takeover of Voyager, and B'Elanna is going along with it to the extent of gunning down Harry Kim. Soon Paris and Neelix have sided with the traitors as well; is this the end for Janeway? Or is everything not quite what it appears to be? Watch and see...
 
Writer(s) :
Kenneth Biller
Director :
Alexander Singer
67
Scorpion, Part I
3.13

Cruising right into the middle of a war between the Borg and an alien species of incredible power, Janeway decides to take sides, and to hell with the Prime Directive. But can an alliance between the Federation and the Borg possibly hold?
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Joe Menosky
Director :
David Livingston


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