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Episode
Number
Title
UK Tape
Number
Rating
Description
94
Night
5.1

Voyagers crew is going stir-crazy as the ship traverses a void over 2,500 light-years across. But excitement soon arrives in the form of an alien waste disposal worker who is polluting the whole area for profit - regardless of the consequences to both Voyager and the local inhabitants.
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Joe Menosky
Director :
David Livingston
95
Drone
5.1


A transporter accident allows some of Sevens nanoprobes to infect the EMH's mobile emitter. The result is "One", a Borg drone equipped with 29th century technology. But as Seven attempts to show One the benefits of individuality, the Borg sense his presence and come looking for the technology which could make them truly invincible.
 
Writer(s) :
Bryan Full
Harry Doc Kloor
Director :
Les Landau
96
Extreme Risk
5.2
B'Elanna is acting strangely, and no one can work out why. Unfortuantely, she's desperately needed in order to get the latest addition to Voyagers shuttlebay finished. And it must be ready to take on the galaxies polluters in time to rescue a stranded probe containing Borg technology...
 
Writer(s) :
Kenneth Biller
Director :
Cliff Bole
97
In the Flesh
5.2

Voyager discovers a perfect replica of Starfleet academy floating around in the Delta Quadrant. But it's really a training ground for Species 8472 which will allow them to infiltrate Starfleet and launch an attack on Earth.
 
Writer(s) :
Nick Sagan
Director :
David Livingston
98
Once Upon a Time
5.3

Naomi Wildman is growing up a happy and contented child on Voyager - until her mother is trapped when the Delta Flyer crashes on a hostile planet while on a scouting mission. It falls to Neelix to care for his Godchild while Voyager races to save her mothers life.
 
Writer(s) :
Michael Taylor
Director :
John Kretchmer
99
Timeless
5.3


Years after Voyagers only two survivors made it back to the Federation, they return to the spot where the ship lies entombed in a glacier on a frozen planet. Their plan is to correct a mistake that killed everybody on board - but Captain Geordi LaForge of the Starship Challenger has orders to stop them at any cost.
 
Writer(s) :
Rick Berman
Brannon Braga
Joe Menosky
Director :
Levar Burton
100
Infinite Regress
5.4

When Voyager encounters a destroyed Borg cube, some technology remaining in the wreckage attempts to re-assimilate Seven of Nine. But the damaged machine instead casues her to begin displaying the personalities of dozens of assimilated people. As the crew attempt to shut down the device they must also deal with an alien race intent on their own deadly agenda.
 
Writer(s) :
Robert J. Doherty
Jimmy Diggs
Director :
David Livingston
101
Nothing Human
5.4
When an injured alien attaches itself to B'Elanna, the EMH creates a hologram of a Cardassian xenobiology expert in order to assist with her treatment. But when she realizes that the man is a war criminal, B'Elanna refuses to undergo treatment from him - and the crew face an ethical dilemma. Yet again Jeri Taylor demonstrates that her ethics and mine are diametrically opposed...
 
Writer(s) :
Jeri Taylor
Director :
David Livingston
102
Thirty Days
5.5

The episode opens with Paris being reduced in rank and thrown into the Brig for thirty days. As he dictates a letter to his father, we learn the reason; when Voyager encountered a huge sphere of water floating in space, they offer its residents help in repairing the ancient machine which controls the unique environment. But when the locals decline their help, Paris decides to take matters into his own hands.
 
Writer(s) :
Scott Miller
Director :
Winrich Kolbe
103
Counterpoint
5.5

Voyager must travese the territory of the Devore, a species with a pathological hatred of all telepaths. With the ship being regularly searched, the crew must hide both their own telepaths and a group of refugees they are helping. but things get complicated when the Devore's chief investigator requests asylum on board the ship.
 
Writer(s) :
Michael Taylor
Director :
Les Landau
104
Latent Image
5.6

When Voyagers EMH discovers a gap in his memory, his investigations reveal a shocking cause - one which could cause him to loose his very sanity. One of Voyagers best episodes.
 
Writer(s) :
Eileen Connors
Brannon Braga
Joe Menosky
Director :
Mike Vejar
103
Bride of Chaotica
5.6


Voyager is stranded on a "subspace sandbar", and photonic aliens have boarded the holodeck. Their mission - to defeat the evil Chaotica, star of Paris's "Captain Proton" holoseries. To break them free Voyagers intrepid crew must play parts in the drama - with Janeway as Arachnia, Queen of the Spider People. A hoot!
 
Writer(s) :
Bryan Fuller
Director :
Allen Kroeker
104
Gravity
5.7

Tom Paris and Tuvok are stranded in the kingdom of the spiders. Fortunately, help is on hand in the shape of a fellow castaway who knows how to survive in the wilderness. But things get complicated when she falls in love with Tuvok.
 
Writer(s) :
Jimmy Diggs
Brian Fuller
Nick Sagan 
Director :
Terry Windell
105
Bliss
5.7
Voyagers crew is overjoyed to find a wormhole that leads directly to Earth. Is this the end of their journey? Seven thinks something far more sinister is going on.
 
Writer(s) :
Bill Prady
Director :
Cliff Bole
106
Dark Frontier, Part I
5.8


When Janeway destroys a Borg probe, the wreckage yields up the location of a damaged sphere - and prompts a daring mission to board the ship and steal a transwarp coil. To facilitate the mission Seven of Nine must look through her parents Borg research - a task which brings up painful memories. Further complications arise when she starts recieving secret messages from an old friend.

One of Voyagers most controversial episodes - we learn a lot about the Borg but much of it seems to contradict earlier episodes, especially "Q Who". However, IMHO the contradictions are not nearly as major as is often claimed, and the episode itself is an enjoyable ride.
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Joe Menosky
Director :
Cliff Bole

107
Dark Frontier, Part II
5.8


With Seven of Nine back amongst the Borg, Janeway decides to risk all in order to mount a rescue mission. But the job means going into the very heart of the collectives power, and facing the Borg Queen herself.
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Joe Menosky
Director :
Terry Windell
108
The Disease
5.9

When Voyager stops to help a huge multi-generational starship get its warp drive working, Harry Kim risks the wrath of the ships xenophobic authorities by having an affair with one of the crew. With long-supressed tensions on the ship finally bubbling over into revolution, Janeway must tread a careful path while dealing with a rebellion of her own.
 
Writer(s) :
Kenneth Biller
Director :
David Livingston
109
Course : Oblivion
5.9
The newleywed Paris and Torres's honeymoon is interrupted when Voyagers molecular cohesion begins to break down. But when the phenomenon begins to affect the crew as well as the ship, it leads to a discovery which profoundly shakes their very sense of themselves and may make their attempts to reach home meaningless.
 
Writer(s) :
Bryan Fuller
Director :
Anson Williams
110
The Fight
5.10
When Voyager is trapped in "chaotic space" - a region in which the laws of physics are varying randomly - Chakotay begins to have strange hallucinations. Is he loosing his mind, or is something more helpful going on?
 
Writer(s) :
Michael Taylor
Director :
Winrich Kolbe
111
Think Tank
5.10

When Voyager is persued by the relentless bounty hunters known as the Hazari, a strange group of aliens who specialize in probelm solving offer to help. But the aliens always demand something unique as a price - and this time they want Seven of Nine.
 
Writer(s) :
Rick Berman
Brannon Braga
Director :
Terrence O'Hara
112
Juggernaut
5.11


Voyager rescues two crewmembers from an abandoned Malon freighter and is informed that the poorly maintained ship is a ticking time bomb which could lay waste to an entire sector when it goes up. Torres goes on board to help stop the imminent disaster, but it soon becomes apparent that they are not alone on the ship.

A far better rip off of Alien than "Macrocosm".
 
Writer(s) :
Bryan Fuller
Director :
Allen Kroeker

113
Someone to Watch Over Me
5.11

The EMH earns the eternal gratitude of Voyagers male crewmembers when he decides that it's time he taught Seven the intricacies of Human dating. But as he begins to develop feelings for Seven himself, can he keep the teacher-pupil relationship a purely professional one?
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Director :
Robert Duncan McNeill
114
11:59
5.12
When some of Voyagers crew go through a history fad, Janeway relates the tale of an ancestor who was a pivotal figure in the development of the Millennium Gate, a self sustaining city built on Earth in 2001. However, her research shows that she may have viewed her ancestor through rose tinted glasses.
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Joe Menosky
Director :
David Livingston
115
Relativity
5.12


Seven of Nine is recruited by a 29th century agency who is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the Federations much-abused timeline. It seems that somebody has used a temporal weapon to destroy USS Voyager, and to fix the problem Seven must visit Janeways first day on board.
 
Writer(s) :
Nick Sagan
Director :
Allan Eastman

 
116
Warhead
5.13

Voyager tries to repair a damaged artificial intelligence, but the device turns out to be an incredibly sophisticated and powerful weapon which is grimly determined to do whatever to get to and destroy its target.
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Director :
John Kretchmer
117
Equinox, part 1
5.13

Voyager picks up a distress call from the USS Equinox, a small Federation starship which was also kidnapped by the caretaker. But their joy soon turns to shock when they realize the lengths to which the crew of the Equinox are prepared to go in order to get home.
 
Writer(s) :
Rick Berman
Brannon Braga
Joe Menosky
Director :
David Livingston


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