Star Trek Voyager

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Star Trek Voyager

Season 1 (1995)

The complete first season of the popular Star Trek spin-off series. In the pilot episode, 'Caretaker (Parts 1 and 2)', a Maquis ship inexplicably disappears during plasma storms in the Badlands. USS Voyager is assigned to investigate. To assist the mission, Captain Kathryn Janeway recruits a reluctant, cashiered Starfleet Officer who has also acted as a mercenary for the Maquis. Whilst exploring the renegade ship's last known position Voyager is mysteriously propelled 70 000 light years from home. Searching this uncharted quadrant of the galaxy, they become embroiled in a centuries-old enviromental problem on a nearby inhabited world. In 'Parallax', USS Voyager goes to the aid of a stricken vessel, only to become entrapped in a vortex of distorted time and space. 'Time and Again' sees Captain Janeway and Lieutenant Paris journey back to the past in order to solve the mystery surrounding a devastated world. In 'Phage', the quest to restock their starship USS Voyager has brought them to a barren planetoid where Neelix is attacked and has his lungs stolen. In 'The Cloud', the USS Voyager travels to the heart of a large nebula, but once inside becomes trapped and the crew realise that everything is not as it seems. In 'Eye of the Needle', Harry Kim discovers a wormhole, which the crew of the USS Voyager hope will lead back to the Alpha Quadrant. In 'Ex Post Facto', Tom Paris is convicted of murder whilst on an alien planet. In 'Emanations', the crew of the Voyager make a gruesome discovery while investigating a new chemical element and Harry Kim mysteriously disappears. In 'Prime Factors', the crew discover that the aliens offering them lavish hospitality on their shore leave also have the technology to send the Voyager back to their own quadrant - but the alien laws forbid their use of it. In 'State of Flux', the Voyager encounters the fearsome Kazon warriors again as they investigate a wrecked Kazon starship. They soon discover evidence of a traitor in their midst. In 'Heroes and Demons', several members of the Voyager crew disappear in a holodeck recreation of the medieval poem, Beowulf. The only member of the crew who can enter the holodeck safely is the reluctant doctor. In 'Cathexis', the USS Voyager finds a shuttlecraft containing an unconscious Tuvok and a comatose Chakotay. But when some of the crew of the Voyager start behaving strangely, it becomes apparent that the shuttlecraft has more than just two members. In 'Faces', the Vidians, a group of repulsive aliens who have contracted a disease which disfigures their faces, believe that the only cure is Klingon DNA. The Vidians then decide to use such technology to make B'elanna a full Klingon. In 'Jetrel', a shuttlecraft hails the Voyager with bad news for Neelix, informing him that he may be suffering from a life-threatening disease. In 'Learning Curve', the crew is plunged into danger when the computer starts to malfunction. Pressures build up as some of the Maquis in the crew decide not to follow Starfleet regulations.

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Star Trek Voyager

Season 2 (1995)

The complete second season of the popular Star Trek spin-off series. In 'The 37s', the crew discover a 1936 Ford pick-up truck stranded in space. In 'Initiations', Commander Chakotay is hunted by a viscious sect of Kazon warriors, but he makes friends with his young pursuer. In 'Projections', the emergency holographic doctor is activated, only to undergo an identity crisis. 'Elogium' sees Kes become a compulsive eater. In 'Non Sequiter', Harry Kim awakes to find himself back home in Los Angeles with his fiancee having never served on Voyager. Starfleet begin to believe he is a Maquis spy, especially when he meets with a down and out Tom Paris, who also never served on Voyager. In 'Twisted', the ship becomes trapped in a spacial wave of distortion. In 'Parturition', Neelix and Paris's problems concerning Kes come to a head, but they have to resolve it when they are stranded on a planet together. In 'Persistence of Vision', the captain relaxes in her Victorian Holodeck program, but trouble occurs when she begins to see images from the holo-novel outside of the holodeck. In 'Tattoo', Chakotay is surprised to find an ancient symbol of his Earth tribe on an M Class planet in the Delta Quadrant. This sparks memories of his youth on Earth. 'Cold Fire' sees the Voyager being lured to an array by a highly evolved offshoot of Kes's race. In 'Maneuvers', the Kazon manage to get aboard the Voyager and steal vital technology, and it soon becomes apparent that they have received help from an old adversary. In 'Resistance', the crew beam down to a planet to find important crystals, but they are overpowered by the natives. The captain awakes to find herself being cared for by an old man who thinks that she is his daughter. In 'Prototype', B'Elanna is kidnapped by robots and given a task that not only stretches her talents as an improvisational engineering genius, but also tests her loyalty to her crew and the Prime Directive. In 'Alliances', the Voyager crew find themselves outnumbered by the Kazon in the Delta Quadrant and start to make plans to form an alliance and a united front against the terror of the warrior race. In 'Threshold', Tom Paris pilots a shuttlecraft in an attempt to travel at the impossibly fast 'Warp 10'. He succeeds, but at a terrible cost. In 'Meld', Tuvok decides to mind-meld with a murderer, but is not prepared for the emotions that this dangerous act brings. In 'Dreadnought', the Voyager encounters an automated missile system from the Alpha Quadrant that has mistakenly targeted a planet. It transpires that the missile is the handy-work of former Maquis freedom fighter B'Elanna Torres and she must try to disarm it. In 'Deathwish', the crew discover a member of the Q continuum who wants to become mortal. The Q that is well known to Starfleet soon turns up to bargain with Janeway for the future life of the rogue Q. In 'Lifesigns', a dying Vidian is brought aboard the ship and undergoes innovative treatment from the holographic doctor. He creates a hologram of the subject and requires some Klingon tissue to help the lifeless body. In 'Investigations', Neelix uncovers some buried secrets when he starts some investigative journalism on behalf of his morale boosting radio show. In 'Deadlock', the starship stumbles into Vidian territory and runs into insurmountable trouble as it tries to avoid being detected - trouble that could lead to the total destruction of the ship. In 'Innocence', Tuvok's shuttle crash lands on what turns out to be a sacred planet. where he meets three children who believe their people are trying to kill them. The Captain must try to avoid conflict with the isolationist race whilst satisfying her own sense of what is good. In 'The Thaw', the Voyager crew come across a planet where the leaders are in stasis in a simulated computer world where their lives are put at risk by computer created demons. In 'Tuvix', a transporter malfunction merges Tuvok and Neelix into one entity, Tuvix. With the original crew members gone everyone learns to accept, and care for, the new member, but the Captain is faced with a dilemma when the doctor discovers a way to reverse the merging. In 'Resolutions', Chakotay and the Captain are left on an idyllic planet when they are infected with a mystery virus. Janeway orders Tuvok to continue the voyage home without them. In 'Basics - Part 1', Seska sends a message to Chakotay that she has given birth to his son, and that the infant's life is in danger. The crew have to decide if Seska is telling the truth or whether she is setting a trap.

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Star Trek Voyager

Season 3 (1997)

All 26 episodes from Season 3 of the third 'Star Trek' spin-off. The opening episode, 'Basics (Part 2)' concludes the story from the end of the last season that saw the Voyager crew stranded on a planet while the Kazon ran off with the ship. 'Flashback' a celebration of 30 years of Star Trek, features Tuvok mind-melding with Janeway and revealing his service on board the Excelsior under Captain Hikaru Sulu from the original series. In 'The Chute' Tom and Harry find themselves wrongly accused of terrorism after a brain implant overpowers their reason. In 'The Swarm' the Doctor's memory circuits are overloaded, and he might have to lose all the knowledge gained over the last two years. In 'False Profits' the crew of the Voyager come across a briefly appearing wormhole near a planet that is giving off signals from Alpha Quadrant technology. In 'Remember' Torres experiences some vivid and sensual dreams that become more and more troubled. In 'Sacred Ground' Kes wanders onto a sacred site during a visit to a local planet, and is knocked cold by a protective force-field. In 'Future's End (Part 1)', the Voyager finds itself under attack from Federation time-ship Aeon. In 'Future's End (Part 2)', the crew of Voyager must stop the megalomaniac entrepreneur Starling from using the Federation Time Ship Aeon in the 21st Century. In 'Warlord' Kes finds her body taken over by a malevolent and powerful warlord who plans one final manouevre in an ongoing war with his neighbours. In 'The Q and the Grey' Captain Janeway is in for a shock when Q returns and proposes marriage - but his reasons are not entirely ruled by his heart. In 'Macrocosm' Janeway and Neelix return to the ship only to find that a virus has taken over and assumed a physical form. In 'Fair Trade' the Voyager stops at a trading station on the edge of some notorious space and Neelix meets up with an old friend in need of help. In 'Alter Ego' Harry approaches Tuvok with an unusual problem - he has fallen in love with a holodeck character. In 'Coda' Janeway finds herself in a time-loop with ever more terrifying consequences. In 'Blood Fever' a young Vulcan Ensign, Vorik, experiences overpowering desires to mate with Torres. In 'Unity' Chakotay is attacked while on an away mission, and when he awakens he finds that his rescuers are not all they seem. In 'The Darkling' the holographic doctor tries to improve his personality, but his methods bring about the creation of an evil monster. In 'Rise' Tuvok and Neelix become stranded on the surface of a planet. As they struggle for survival, they realise that someone in their group is a traitor. In 'Favourite Son' Harry Kim blatantly disregards the captain's orders, opens fire on a peaceful planet and declares that he is not human and must return to his home. Kes finds herself living as a married, old woman in 'Before and After'. She soon realises that she is trapped in a temporal anomaly and is travelling backwards in time. In 'Real Life', the Holographic Doctor creates a complete holographic family so he can have a more fulfilling life. In 'Distant Origin', a scientist from a race of lizard-like creatures is trying to prove that his race are descended from a group of bipeds from a distant sector of the galaxy. In 'Worst Case Scenario', Chakotay leads a Maquis rebellion on Voyager leading to the kidnapping of all Starfleet officers and the expulsion of Janeway from the ship. In 'Displaced', the crew of Voyager are surprised when an unexpected alien guest arrives on the ship and Kes disappears. In the chilling, cliff-hanging season finale, 'Scorpion (Part 1)', Voyager realise that they have to travel near Borg space on their route home. However, they discover that Starfleet's lethal foes are fighting a losing battle with a stronger enemy from another universe.

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Star Trek Voyager

Season 4 (1997)

All 26 episodes from the fourth season of the third 'Star Trek' spin-off series. 'Scorpion, Part 2' concludes the cliffhanging episode from the previous season in which the Starfleet vessel came across their greatest foe, the Borg, engaged in a bitter war with extra-dimensional warriors. In 'The Gift', Kes' increased telepathic powers are threatening to destroy the ship and the freed Borg, Seven-of-Nine, has to come to terms with being torn from the collective. In 'Day of Honour', an attempt to install Borg technology into the propulsion system backfires... In 'Nemesis', Chakotay ignores the Prime Directive and becomes involved in a planetary war against a vicious enemy. In 'Repulsion', Voyager picks up a distress call from an almost deserted ship, but the only crew member still alive is a hologram. In 'The Raven', Seven has been showing some signs of humanity, but when she starts having flashbacks to her time with the collective she starts reverting to a Borg. In 'Scientific Method', the crew of Voyager begin to suffer from mysterious, debilitating medical conditions, and Seven and the Doctor discover that someone is conducting secret experiments on them. In 'Year of Hell (Part 1)', Janeway leads the ship in an ongoing battle with a superior enemy, and they begin to suffer some serious damage. In 'Year of Hell (Part 2)', Janeway faces certain death unless her one, last desperate attack on the Krenim ship is successful. In 'Random Thoughts', B'Elanna finds herself accused of a violent crime against a peaceful telepathic race. In 'Concerning Flight', Janeway and Tuvok disguise themselves as traders in order to retrieve Voyager's stolen computer processor, only to encounter Janeway's holodeck recreation of Leonardo Da Vinci. 'Mortal Coil' sees Neelix revived by Seven of Nine's Borg technology after he is killed on an away mission. In 'Waking Moments', the crew of the Voyager experience a shared bad dream featuring a new alien life-form. 'Message in a Bottle' sees the Doctor beamed 60,000 light years from Voyager, to a Starfleet vessel overrun with Romulans. In 'Hunters', a member of the Borg-killing species 8472 is taken aboard Voyager, injured and in need of assistance. 'Prey' sees Seven-of-Nine and Tuvok taken prisoner by the Hirogen, who plan to dissect their bodies and claim them as trophies. In 'Retrospect', Janeway does not believe Seven of Nine's claims of violation by a trader who is prepared to sell anti-Hirogen weapons to Voyager's crew. 'The Killing Game (Part 1)' sees the crew forced to participate in a simulation of Nazi occupation when they are enslaved by the invading Hirogen. In 'The Killing Game (Part 2)', the Hirogen hunters join forces with holodeck Nazi soldiers to take over the Voyager, despite Janeway's attempts to broker a peace. In 'Vis à Vis', Tom Paris is sent out to assist an alien test pilot with repairs to his ship. In 'The Omega Directive', the crew of Voyager encounter Omega, a powerful substance with the ability to destroy all warp travel. 'Unforgettable' sees Chakotay confused when an alien woman of whom he has no memory attempts to convince him that they were lovers only a month before. In 'Living Witness', the Holographic Doctor finds himself placed on trial by aliens from the future, who record the Voyager crew as being sadistic warriors responsible for a genocidal war. 'Demon' sees Tom Paris and Harry Kim go missing after beaming down to a Demon-class planet in search of much-needed fuel supplies. In 'One', Seven of Nine and the Holographic Doctor are left in charge of Voyager while the rest of the crew are in stasis. 'Hope and Fear' sees Voyager's crew excited when they receive a garbled message from Starfleet informing them that a new vessel will soon arrive, which can transport them home in just three months.

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Cast

John Rhys-DaviesRosemary ForsythEd Begley JrDerek McGrathStephen DaviesJames SloyanDan ShorAlan ScarfeTerry LesterLori HallierChristopher NeameRoxann DawsonRobert BeltranRay ReinhardtPatrick KilpatrickJerry HardinMichael HortonCarolyn SeymourKurtwood SmithTony ToddRobert PicardoMark MetcalfAlan OppenheimerVaughn ArmstrongEugene RocheRick GianasiDavid GrafIrene TsuRaphael SbargeCarel StruyckenBrad DourifRonald GuttmanAdrian SparksAron EisenbergHenry BrownLarry HankinTom WrightBoris KrutonogLen CariouJoel GreyJohn De LancieKate MulgrewMarjorie MonaghanMarshall TeagueBahni TurpinLouis GiambalvoDwight SchultzJohn VargasSandra NelsonGary GrahamAlicia CoppolaTiny RonBrian MarkinsonJames SaitoDon McManusRobin McKeeLuigi AmodeoMarnie McPhailNancy HowerLarry CedarThomas KopacheTom VirtueRichard FancyJonathan FrakesBruce BohneMark KielyJudson ScottThomas DekkerBecky Ann BakerMichael SpoundMichael KeenanNicolas SurovyPatty MaloneyLeland OrserMel WinklerCarole DavisEthan PhillipsScott MacDonaldAlexander EnbergSusan DiolLindsey HaunSarah SilvermanDouglas SpainJoel PolisRob LaBelleJessica CollinsRay ProsciaLindsay RidgewayWendy SchaalTim RussCully FredricksenKenny MorrisonMichael CumpstyAndy DickValerie WildmanJosh ClarkMajel BarrettJeffrey Alan ChandlerJustin WilliamsJeri RyanRobert Duncan McNeillBrady BluhmTahj MowryJeff McCarthyJerry SrokaMartha HackettJennifer LienRick WorthyAlbie SelznickYvonne SuhorAnthony CrivelloAnthony De LongisRobert ClendeninAnnette HeldePatrick KerrGarrett WangTarik ErginStephen RappaportAngela DohrmannJohn CiriglianoNorman LargeTim deZarnGary BrienJack ShearerTerry CorrellWarren MunsonMarva HicksJoseph PalmasJohn GegenhuberTom TodoroffHugh HodginChip LuciaMirron E. WillisDan KernSarah RayneSimon BilligMichael FiskeHenry WoroniczDeborah Levin