This is an episode list for the science-fiction television series Star Trek: Voyager, which aired on UPN from January 1995 through May 2001. This is the fifth television program in the Star Trek franchise, and comprises a total of 168 (DVD and original broadcast) or 172 (syndicated) episodes over the show's seven seasons. Four episodes of Voyager ("Caretaker", "Dark Frontier", "Flesh and Blood", and "Endgame") each originally aired as two-hour presentations, and are considered whole episodes on the DVD release; additionally, parts I and II of "The Killing Game" aired back-to-back, and are treated as separate episodes on the DVD release. The episodes are listed in chronological order by original air date, which match the episode order in each season's DVD set. This list also includes the stardate on which the events of each episode took place. Of the ratings listed below, total viewership for the episode is listed for season 1; however, from season 2 the episode household ratings are listed.

Series overview

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
116January 16, 1995 (1995-01-16)May 22, 1995 (1995-05-22)
226August 28, 1995 (1995-08-28)May 20, 1996 (1996-05-20)
326September 4, 1996 (1996-09-04)May 21, 1997 (1997-05-21)
426September 3, 1997 (1997-09-03)May 20, 1998 (1998-05-20)
526October 14, 1998 (1998-10-14)May 26, 1999 (1999-05-26)
626September 22, 1999 (1999-09-22)May 24, 2000 (2000-05-24)
726October 4, 2000 (2000-10-04)May 23, 2001 (2001-05-23)

Episodes

Season 1 (1995)

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U.S. viewers
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11"Caretaker"48315.6Winrich KolbeStory by : Rick Berman
Story and teleplay by : Michael Piller and Jeri Taylor
January 16, 1995 (1995-01-16)40840-721 (101/102)21.3[1]
22

While searching for a missing Maquis ship with a Starfleet spy aboard, USS Voyager is swept away to the Delta Quadrant, more than 70,000 light-years from home, by an incredibly powerful being known as the "Caretaker."

  • Originally shown as a two-hour pilot movie on the UPN network, but in syndication is shown as two separate episodes.
33"Parallax"48439.7Kim FriedmanStory by : Jim Trombetta
Teleplay by : Brannon Braga
January 23, 1995 (1995-01-23)40840-10314.6[2]
Voyager is trapped in a quantum singularity's event horizon, and Captain Janeway must decide between Lt. Carey and former Maquis B'Elanna Torres to be the new chief engineer.
44"Time and Again"48498.5 (Non-Canon)[3]Les LandauTeleplay by : Michael Piller
Story and teleplay by : David Kemper
January 30, 1995 (1995-01-30)40840-10413.9[4]
Investigating a planet just devastated by a polaric explosion, Janeway and Paris are engulfed by a subspace fracture and transported in time to before the accident.
55"Phage"48532.4Winrich KolbeStory by : Timothy DeHaas
Teleplay by : Skye Dent and Brannon Braga
February 6, 1995 (1995-02-06)40840-10513.5[5]
An organ-harvesting species known as the Vidiians steal Neelix's lungs, leaving him to die.
66"The Cloud"48546.2David LivingstonStory by : Brannon Braga
Teleplay by : Tom Szollosi and Michael Piller
February 13, 1995 (1995-02-13)40840-10611.2[6]
The crew enter a nebula to collect samples before realizing it is a living organism, but not before injuring it.
77"Eye of the Needle"48579.4Winrich KolbeStory by : Hilary J. Bader
Teleplay by : Bill Dial and Jeri Taylor
February 20, 1995 (1995-02-20)40840-10711.7[7]
A micro-wormhole is discovered that leads to the Alpha Quadrant, and the crew make contact with a Romulan ship on the other side.
88"Ex Post Facto"c. 48600.0 (Non-Canon)[3]LeVar BurtonTeleplay by : Michael Piller
Story and teleplay by : Evan Carlos Somers
February 27, 1995 (1995-02-27)40840-10811.8[8]
Tom Paris is convicted of murder on an alien world, and his punishment is to witness the murder from the victim's perspective every 14 hours.
99"Emanations"48623.5David LivingstonBrannon BragaMarch 13, 1995 (1995-03-13)40840-10910.3[9]
Harry Kim is transported to an alien world at the same time as a dead woman's body arrives on Voyager.
1010"Prime Factors"48642.5Les LandauStory by : David R. George III and Eric A. Stillwell
Teleplay by : Michael Perricone and Greg Elliot
March 20, 1995 (1995-03-20)40840-11010.7[10]
A species that could shorten Voyager's journey with a transportation device will not share its technology.
1111"State of Flux"48658.2Robert ScheererStory by : Paul Robert Coyle
Teleplay by : Chris Abbott
April 10, 1995 (1995-04-10)40840-11110.0[11]
Janeway and the other senior officers attempt to flush out a spy who is sending information to the Kazon.
1212"Heroes and Demons"48693.2Les LandauNaren ShankarApril 24, 1995 (1995-04-24)40840-11210.0[12]
The holographic doctor must rescue crew members who were turned to light energy in a Holodeck simulation of Beowulf.
1313"Cathexis"48734.2Kim FriedmanStory by : Joe Menosky
Story and teleplay by : Brannon Braga
May 1, 1995 (1995-05-01)40840-1139.3[13]
A shuttlecraft with Chakotay and Tuvok aboard is attacked; Chakotay is left brain-dead, while Tuvok begins acting strangely. An unknown force begins controlling crew members.
1414"Faces"48784.2Winrich KolbeStory by : Jonathan Glassner
Story and teleplay by : Kenneth Biller
May 8, 1995 (1995-05-08)40840-1148.7[14]
B'Elanna Torres is split into her human and Klingon halves by the Vidiians.
1515"Jetrel"48832.1, 48840.5Kim FriedmanStory by : James Thomton and Scott Nimerfro
Teleplay by : Jack Klein, Karen Klein and Kenneth Biller
May 15, 1995 (1995-05-15)40840-1158.2[15]
A member of the Haakonians, a race warring with the Talaxians, arrives on Voyager, much to the dismay of Neelix, whose family was killed by a weapon of mass destruction this particular individual devised.
1616"Learning Curve"48846.5David LivingstonRonald Wilkerson and Jean Louise MatthiasMay 22, 1995 (1995-05-22)40840-1168.3[16]
Tuvok trains several Maquis members who have not fully diffused with the Voyager crew.

Season 2 (1995–96)

The last four episodes of season 1 were moved to season 2 (the episodes with stardates 48xxx). "The 37's" was originally filmed as season 1's finale.

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TitleStardateDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
171"The '37s"48975.1James L. ConwayJeri Taylor and Brannon BragaAugust 28, 1995 (1995-08-28)40840-12010.9[17]
A group of humans from the 1930s are found in stasis on a seemingly abandoned planet, including the lost Amelia Earhart.
182"Initiations"49005.3Winrich KolbeKenneth BillerSeptember 4, 1995 (1995-09-04)40840-1218.9[18]
Chakotay encounters a Kazon youth who is on an initiation rite: to earn his name by killing an enemy or be killed in the attempt.
193"Projections"48892.1Jonathan FrakesBrannon BragaSeptember 11, 1995 (1995-09-11)40840-1178.4[19]
The Doctor becomes delusional after an accident, causing him to believe that he is a flesh-and-blood person and his time on USS Voyager is a holodeck program. This episode also features Reginald Barclay.
204"Elogium"48921.3Winrich KolbeStory by : Jimmy Diggs and Steve J. Kay
Teleplay by : Kenneth Biller and Jeri Taylor
September 18, 1995 (1995-09-18)40840-1188.0[20]
Space-dwelling life-forms cause Kes to enter the Ocampan fertile phase called Elogium, putting pressure on her relationship with Neelix when she wants to have his child.
215"Non Sequitur"49011David LivingstonBrannon BragaSeptember 25, 1995 (1995-09-25)40840-1228.3[21]
Harry Kim wakes up in 24th century San Francisco with no record of him on Voyager.
226"Twisted"48945.8Kim FriedmanStory by : Arnold Rudnick and Rich Hosek
Teleplay by : Kenneth Biller
October 2, 1995 (1995-10-02)40840-1198.3[22]
A region of space distorts the interior of Voyager.
237"Parturition"49068.5Jonathan FrakesTom SzollosiOctober 9, 1995 (1995-10-09)40840-1238.4[23]
Neelix and Tom Paris fight over Kes, but are sent on an away mission together.
248"Persistence of Vision"49037.2James L. ConwayJeri TaylorOctober 30, 1995 (1995-10-30)40840-1249.0[24]
The crew experiences hallucinations brought on by an alien that put them into a trance-like state.
259"Tattoo"49211.5Alexander SingerStory by : Larry Brody
Teleplay by : Michael Piller
November 6, 1995 (1995-11-06)40840-1258.6[25]
Chakotay encounters non-humans who have the same tattoo on their foreheads that he has.
2610"Cold Fire"49164.8Cliff BoleStory by : Anthony Williams
Teleplay by : Brannon Braga
November 13, 1995 (1995-11-13)40840-1268.9[26]
An Ocampan helps Kes with her mental abilities as the crew encounter a being who appears to be the Caretaker's female counterpart.
2711"Maneuvers"49208.5David LivingstonKenneth BillerNovember 20, 1995 (1995-11-20)40840-1278.0[27]
Kazon Nistrim board Voyager and steal a transporter module in an attempt to unite the Kazon sects.
2812"Resistance"49234.1Winrich KolbeStory by : Michael Jan Friedman and Kevin J. Ryan
Teleplay by : Lisa Klink
November 27, 1995 (1995-11-27)40840-1288.7[28]
A mission to acquire Telerium goes wrong causing Tuvok and B'Elanna to be captured and believed to be with the resistance.
2913"Prototype"49270.9Jonathan FrakesNicholas CoreaJanuary 15, 1996 (1996-01-15)40840-1298.4[29]
The crew finds and reactivates a robot's body which was adrift in space only to find themselves in the middle of a war when B'Elanna is abducted.
3014"Alliances"49337.4Les LandauJeri TaylorJanuary 22, 1996 (1996-01-22)40840-1317.9[30]
Janeway attempts to form an alliance with the Kazon to improve Voyager's standing in the Delta Quadrant.
3115"Threshold"49373.4Alexander SingerStory by : Michael De Luca
Teleplay by : Brannon Braga
January 29, 1996 (1996-01-29)40840-1328.9[31]
Tom Paris breaks the transwarp barrier in the Shuttlecraft Cochrane, designed to reach warp 10, but he begins to evolve.
3216"Meld"49380.5Cliff BoleStory by : Mike Sussman
Teleplay by : Michael Piller
February 5, 1996 (1996-02-05)40840-1337.3[32]
Crewman Lon Suder murders an Engineering crewman for no apparent reason. Tuvok mind melds with him to ascertain his motive, but it causes him to become aggressive.
3317"Dreadnought"49447.3LeVar BurtonGary HollandFebruary 12, 1996 (1996-02-12)40840-1348.5[33]
A highly advanced Cardassian AI missile that had been reprogrammed by B'Elanna Torres is found in the Delta Quadrant, and its damaged programming could destroy Voyager and a planet.
3418"Death Wish"49401.2James L. ConwayStory by : Shawn Piller
Teleplay by : Michael Piller
February 19, 1996 (1996-02-19)40840-1309.8[34]
The crew encounter a member of the Q Continuum seeking to end his immortal life.
3519"Lifesigns"49504.3Cliff BoleKenneth BillerFebruary 26, 1996 (1996-02-26)40840-1368.1[35]
The Doctor helps a Phage-ridden Vidiian woman.
3620"Investigations"49507.2Les LandauStory by : Jeff Schnaufer and Ed Bond
Teleplay by : Jeri Taylor
March 13, 1996 (1996-03-13)40840-1356.6[36]
Neelix tries to flush out the traitor on board who has been colluding with the Kazon Nistrim.
3721"Deadlock"49548.7David LivingstonBrannon BragaMarch 18, 1996 (1996-03-18)40840-1378.5[37]
Attempting to evade the Vidiians, a duplicate Voyager is created after it passes through a spatial scission.
3822"Innocence"49578.2James L. ConwayStory by : Anthony Williams
Teleplay by : Lisa Klink
April 8, 1996 (1996-04-08)40840-1387.6[38]
Tuvok crash-lands on a moon and finds children who have been abandoned.
3923"The Thaw"49610.3Marvin V. RushStory by : Richard Gadas
Teleplay by : Joe Menosky
April 29, 1996 (1996-04-29)40840-1396.7[39]
The crew finds aliens mentally connected to a computer that has created a being that feeds on their fear.
4024"Tuvix"49655.2Cliff BoleStory by : Andrew Shepard Price and Mark Gaberman
Teleplay by : Kenneth Biller
May 6, 1996 (1996-05-06)40840-1407.3[40]
A transporter accident merges Tuvok and Neelix into a new person.
4125"Resolutions"49690.1, 49694.2Alexander SingerJeri TaylorMay 13, 1996 (1996-05-13)40840-1416.7[41]
Janeway and Chakotay must adapt to life quarantined on a planet after they contract an incurable disease. Meanwhile, the Voyager crew risk their lives to seek out a possible cure from the Vidiians.
4226"Basics, Part I"50023.5Winrich KolbeMichael PillerMay 20, 1996 (1996-05-20)40840-1427.2[42]
Seska and the Kazon-Nistrim take control of Voyager and maroon its crew on a advanced planet.

Season 3 (1996–97)

Four episodes from season 2 were moved to season 3 (specifically "Basics, Part II", "Flashback", "False Profits" and "Sacred Ground").

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No. in
season
TitleStardateDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
431"Basics, Part II"50032.7Winrich KolbeMichael PillerSeptember 4, 1996 (1996-09-04)40840-1468.3[43]
The crew must learn to survive on the inhospitable planet as the Doctor, Crewman Suder and Paris attempt to regain control of the ship.
442"Flashback"50126.4David LivingstonBrannon BragaSeptember 11, 1996 (1996-09-11)40840-1457.7[44]
Tuvok experiences brain-damaging flashbacks to his service on the USS Excelsior. He and the captain attempt to find the reason for the flashbacks, believed to be a suppressed memory, through a joint mindmeld.
453"The Chute"50156.2Les LandauStory by : Clayvon C. Harris
Teleplay by : Kenneth Biller
September 18, 1996 (1996-09-18)40840-1476.1[45]
Tom Paris and Harry Kim wrongfully accused, convicted and incarcerated in unguarded Akritirian prison. Tom gets stabbed trying to protect Kim, leaving him to try to find an escape plan alone. Meanwhile, Voyager is trying to find a way to prove their innocence.
464"The Swarm"50252.3Alexander SingerMike SussmanSeptember 25, 1996 (1996-09-25)40840-1497.6[46]
Voyager encounters a swarm of ships while trying to take a shortcut through a space belonging to a hostile species, while the Doctor begins to experience memory loss.
475"False Profits"50074.3Cliff BoleStory by : George Brozak
Teleplay by : Joe Menosky
October 2, 1996 (1996-10-02)40840-1445.6[47]
The crew encounters the Delta Quadrant terminus of the Barzan wormhole...and the two Ferengi from the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The Price" now posing as gods on a nearby planet.
486"Remember"50203.1, 50211.4Winrich KolbeStory by : Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky
Teleplay by : Lisa Klink
October 9, 1996 (1996-10-09)40840-1486.7[48]
B'Elanna experiences vivid dreams.
497"Sacred Ground"50063.2Robert Duncan McNeillStory by : Geo Cameron
Teleplay by : Lisa Klink
October 30, 1996 (1996-10-30)40840-1436.6[49]
Kes is left comatose after contacting an energy field around a rock.
508"Future's End, Part I"50312.6David LivingstonBrannon Braga and Joe MenoskyNovember 6, 1996 (1996-11-06)40840-1508.0[50]
A 29th century timeship causes a time paradox when it accidentally sends itself and Voyager to two different periods in 20th century Earth.
519"Future's End, Part II"50312.6Cliff BoleBrannon Braga and Joe MenoskyNovember 13, 1996 (1996-11-13)40840-1518.7[51]
Janeway must prevent the destruction of the solar system by a 20th-century entrepreneur who has acquired the timeship.
5210"Warlord"50348.1, 50351.4, 50361.7David LivingstonStory by : Andrew Shepard Price and Mark Gaberman
Teleplay by : Lisa Klink
November 20, 1996 (1996-11-20)40840-1526.7[52]
Kes is controlled by an alien warlord named Tieran.
5311"The Q and the Grey"50384.2, 50392.7Cliff BoleStory by : Shawn Piller
Teleplay by : Kenneth Biller
November 27, 1996 (1996-11-27)40840-1537.5[53]
Q visits Voyager with a proposal for Janeway as civil war breaks out in the Q Continuum.
5412"Macrocosm"50425.1Alexander SingerBrannon BragaDecember 11, 1996 (1996-12-11)40840-1546.8[54]
Voyager answers a distress call from a mining colony about a viral outbreak that manages to sneak onto Voyager through the transporter, leaving only Janeway and the Doctor to stop it.
5513"Fair Trade"50501.7Jesús Salvador TreviñoStory by : Ronald Wilkerson and Jean Louise Matthias
Teleplay by : André Bormanis
January 8, 1997 (1997-01-08)40840-1565.80[55]
Voyager approaches the edge of Neelix's knowledge and a trading station.
5614"Alter Ego"50460.3, 50471.3Robert PicardoJoe MenoskyJanuary 15, 1997 (1997-01-15)40840-1556.82[56]
The crew enjoys a luau on the holodeck and Tuvok discovers an unusual hologram.
5715"Coda"50518.6Nancy MaloneJeri TaylorJanuary 29, 1997 (1997-01-29)40840-1586.51[57]
Janeway appears to be trapped in a time-loop with different events, but all ending in her death.
5816"Blood Fever"50537.2, 50541.6Andrew RobinsonLisa KlinkFebruary 5, 1997 (1997-02-05)40840-1576.43[58]
Vulcan crewmember Vorik passes on the Pon farr to B'Elanna. Meanwhile, seemingly uninhabited planet Sakari is explored. After ruins are discovered, and a few survivors are found underground by the crew, it becomes obvious that local culture was destroyed by invaders. Remains of one of the invaders are found and identified - they were Borg.
5917"Unity"50614.2, 50622.4Robert Duncan McNeillKenneth BillerFebruary 12, 1997 (1997-02-12)40840-1597.74[59]
Chakotay answers a call for help on a planet and finds himself in the middle of a shoot-out between two groups of people. Meanwhile, the Voyager crew discovers an abandoned Borg ship.
6018"Darkling"50693.2Alexander SingerStory by : Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky
Teleplay by : Joe Menosky
February 19, 1997 (1997-02-19)40840-1616.37[60]
The Doctor's attempt to graft other personalities into his program causes him to develop an evil alternate personality.
6119"Rise"50654.9Robert ScheererStory by : Jimmy Diggs
Teleplay by : Brannon Braga
February 26, 1997 (1997-02-26)40840-1606.76[61]
Voyager helps a planet with asteroid problems. Tuvok and Neelix crash-land on the planet and attempt to fix a maglev space elevator.
6220"Favorite Son"50732.4Marvin V. RushLisa KlinkMarch 19, 1997 (1997-03-19)40840-1626.17[62]
Harry Kim is drawn to a planet that is nearly all women.
6321"Before and After"50792.6 (probable), 55836.2 (temporal jump)Allan KroekerKenneth BillerApril 9, 1997 (1997-04-09)40840-1636.46[63]
Shortly before her death in the future, Kes begins to travel backwards in time, with a portion of events occurring in the Year of Hell.
6422"Real Life"50836.2Anson WilliamsStory by : Harry Kloor
Teleplay by : Jeri Taylor
April 23, 1997 (1997-04-23)40840-1646.24[64]
The Doctor creates a family on the holodeck.
6523"Distant Origin"50903.7David LivingstonBrannon Braga and Joe MenoskyApril 30, 1997 (1997-04-30)40840-1656.49[65]
A reptilian scientist trying to prove his heretical theories kidnaps Chakotay and draws the entire crew in conflict between his race's doctrine and the startling truth about its origin.
6624"Displaced"50912.4, 50929.6Allan KroekerLisa KlinkMay 7, 1997 (1997-05-07)40840-1666.67[66]
Crew members are replaced one-by-one with aliens from an unknown race.
6725"Worst Case Scenario"50953.4Alexander SingerKenneth BillerMay 14, 1997 (1997-05-14)40840-1676.10[67]
B'Elanna Torres discovers a holodeck program where Chakotay and the Maquis rebel against Janeway.
6826"Scorpion, Part I"50984.3, 51003.7David LivingstonBrannon Braga and Joe MenoskyMay 21, 1997 (1997-05-21)40840-1687.86[68]
Voyager must pass through Borg space, only to discover a new alien race that is even deadlier than the Borg.

Season 4 (1997–98)

Main article: Star Trek: Voyager season 4

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No. in
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TitleStardateDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
691"Scorpion: Part II"51003.7Winrich KolbeBrannon Braga & Joe MenoskySeptember 3, 1997 (1997-09-03)40840-16910.28[69]
Janeway and Tuvok work with the Borg and meet Seven of Nine as they collaborate on developing a weapon against Species 8472 in exchange for safe passage through Borg space.
702"The Gift"51008Anson WilliamsJoe MenoskySeptember 10, 1997 (1997-09-10)40840-1708.19[70]
Kes' mental abilities develop to a point where they endanger Voyager while The Doctor and Janeway slowly help Seven of Nine cope with being severed from the Borg.
713"Day of Honor"UnknownJesús Salvador TreviñoJeri TaylorSeptember 17, 1997 (1997-09-17)40840-1726.60[71]
B'Elanna tries to observe the Klingon Day of Honor after the warp core is lost.
724"Nemesis"51082.4Alexander SingerKenneth BillerSeptember 24, 1997 (1997-09-24)40840-1716.45[72]
Chakotay helps fight in an alien war.
735"Revulsion"51186.2Kenneth BillerLisa KlinkOctober 1, 1997 (1997-10-01)40840-1737.49[73]
A hologram contacts Voyager and the Doctor is excited to meet another hologram.
746"The Raven"UnknownLeVar BurtonTeleplay by : Bryan Fuller
Story by : Bryan Fuller & Harry Kloor
October 8, 1997 (1997-10-08)40840-1746.96[74]
Seven of Nine experiences Borg flashbacks as she attempts to become more human.
757"Scientific Method"51244.3David LivingstonTeleplay by : Lisa Klink
Story by : Sherry Klein & Harry Kloor
October 29, 1997 (1997-10-29)40840-1756.76[75]
The crew have unexplained illnesses as they are closely observed by unseen intruders.
768"Year of Hell: Part I"51268.4Allan KroekerBrannon Braga & Joe MenoskyNovember 5, 1997 (1997-11-05)40840-1766.43[76]
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.
779"Year of Hell: Part II"51425.4Mike VejarBrannon Braga & Joe MenoskyNovember 12, 1997 (1997-11-12)40840-1778.06[77]
A badly damaged Voyager hides in a nebula as a skeleton crew attempts repairs; meanwhile the Krenim commander proposes a compromise to Chakotay and Tom Paris.
7810"Random Thoughts"51367.2Alexander SingerKenneth BillerNovember 19, 1997 (1997-11-19)40840-1786.89[78]
Torres is arrested while visiting a world of telepaths where violent thoughts are a crime.
7911"Concerning Flight"51386.4Jesús Salvador TreviñoTeleplay by : Joe Menosky
Story by : Jimmy Diggs & Joe Menosky
November 26, 1997 (1997-11-26)40840-1796.38[79]
Aliens steal several key components of Voyager, which are retrieved with assistance from a holographic Leonardo da Vinci.
8012"Mortal Coil"51449.2Allan KroekerBryan FullerDecember 17, 1997 (1997-12-17)40840-1805.11[80]
Neelix dies in an attempt to sample proto-matter from a nebula. Seven of Nine helps resuscitate him using Borg nanoprobes, but Neelix, having no memory of an afterlife of any kind, experiences a spiritual crisis.
8113"Waking Moments"51471.3Alexander SingerAndré BormanisJanuary 14, 1998 (1998-01-14)40840-1823.70[81]
The crew becomes trapped in a shared nightmare generated by alien technology. Only Chakotay, through his Native American spiritual capabilities, can save them.
8214"Message in a Bottle"51462Nancy MaloneStory by : Rick Williams
Teleplay by : Lisa Klink
January 21, 1998 (1998-01-21)40840-1815.85[82]
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.
8315"Hunters"51501.4David LivingstonJeri TaylorFebruary 11, 1998 (1998-02-11)40840-1835.32[83]
Letters from home and Starfleet Command get held up at a Hirogen relay station and Janeway sets course to retrieve it.
8416"Prey"51652.3Allan EastmanBrannon BragaFebruary 18, 1998 (1998-02-18)40840-1845.47[84]
Voyager rescues a Hirogen survivor who tells them a new kind of prey is on the loose.
8517"Retrospect"51658.2Jesús Salvador TreviñoTeleplay by : Bryan Fuller & Lisa Klink
Story by : Andrew Shepard Price & Mark Gaberman
February 25, 1998 (1998-02-25)40840-1856.03[85]
After experiencing unsettling hallucinations, Seven of Nine is hypnotized by the Doctor whose analysis reveals a trader might have extracted Borg technology from Seven without her consent.
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"The Killing Game"51715.2David LivingstonBrannon Braga & Joe MenoskyMarch 4, 1998 (1998-03-04)40840-186/1876.30[86]
The Hirogen implant devices into the crew making them believe they are characters within the holodecks being used for hunts, all set in World War II Europe.
8820"Vis à Vis"51762.4Jesús Salvador TreviñoRobert DohertyApril 8, 1998 (1998-04-08)40840-1884.22[87]
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.
8921"The Omega Directive"51781.2Victor LoblTeleplay by : Lisa Klink
Story by : Jimmy Diggs & Steve J. Kay
April 15, 1998 (1998-04-15)40840-1895.27[88]
Janeway undertakes the Omega Directive, an order to destroy Omega molecules, even if it means violating the Prime Directive.
9022"Unforgettable"51813.4Andrew RobinsonGreg Elliot & Michael PerriconeApril 22, 1998 (1998-04-22)40840-1904.67[89]
An alien female from a cloaked ship asks for Chakotay by name and requests asylum on Voyager from her people.
9123"Living Witness"UnknownTim RussTeleplay by : Bryan Fuller & Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
Story by : Brannon Braga
April 29, 1998 (1998-04-29)40840-1915.57[90]
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.
9224"Demon"UnknownAnson WilliamsStory by : André Bormanis
Teleplay by : Kenneth Biller
May 6, 1998 (1998-05-06)40840-1925.53[91]
Tom Paris and Harry Kim take a shuttle down to an extremely inhospitable planet to obtain fuel.
9325"One"51929.3Kenneth BillerJeri TaylorMay 13, 1998 (1998-05-13)40840-1935.40[92]
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 holographic program is disrupted.
9426"Hope and Fear"51978.2Winrich KolbeTeleplay by : Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
Story by : Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
May 20, 1998 (1998-05-20)40840-1946.18[93]
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.

Season 5 (1998–99)

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951"Night"52081.2David LivingstonBrannon Braga and Joe MenoskyOctober 14, 1998 (1998-10-14)40840-1955.17[94]
Voyager loses power traversing a dark region of space containing theta radiation.
962"Drone"52095.2Les LandauStory by : Bryan Fuller and Harry Kloor
Teleplay by : Bryan Fuller, Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky
October 21, 1998 (1998-10-21)40840-1965.33[95]
The Doctor's mobile emitter is damaged while beaming back from an away mission, merging with Seven of Nine's Borg nanoprobes and the DNA of a male Ensign to create a 29th century Borg.
973"Extreme Risk"52121.7Cliff BoleKenneth BillerOctober 28, 1998 (1998-10-28)40840-1975.15[96]
B'Elanna purposely puts herself into increasingly dangerous situations. Meanwhile, the crew decides to build a new shuttlecraft, the Delta Flyer.
984"In the Flesh"52136.4David LivingstonNick SaganNovember 4, 1998 (1998-11-04)40840-1986.00[97]
The ship encounters one of the training facilities of Species 8472, for an alien invasion of Starfleet and of Earth.
995"Once Upon a Time"52138.8John KretchmerMichael TaylorNovember 11, 1998 (1998-11-11)40840-1995.44[98]
Neelix looks after Naomi Wildman when her mother is injured on an away mission.
1006"Timeless"52164.3LeVar BurtonStory by : Rick Berman, Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky
Teleplay by : Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky
November 18, 1998 (1998-11-18)40840-2016.42[99]
Fifteen years in the future, Chakotay and Harry Kim attempt to prevent Voyager from crash-landing on an ice planet.
1017"Infinite Regress"52188.7David LivingstonStory by : Robert Doherty and Jimmy Diggs
Teleplay by : Robert Doherty
November 25, 1998 (1998-11-25)40840-2034.9[100]
When Voyager brings aboard an advanced piece of Borg technology from a salvaged Borg cube, Seven of Nine begins to take on the personalities of the people assimilated by the cube.
1028"Nothing Human"52143.6David LivingstonJeri TaylorDecember 2, 1998 (1998-12-02)40840-2006.17[101]
A wounded alien is brought on board from a stranded vessel and attaches itself to B'Elanna Torres.
1039"Thirty Days"52179.4Winrich KolbeStory by : Scott Miller
Teleplay by : Kenneth Biller
December 9, 1998 (1998-12-09)40840-2026.00[102]
Tom Paris disregards orders by helping an aquatic world and is demoted to Ensign.
10410"Counterpoint"52261.3Les LandauMichael TaylorDecember 16, 1998 (1998-12-16)40840-2044.69[103]
While passing through Devore space, Voyager is routinely searched for telepaths.
10511"Latent Image"52489.3Mike VejarStory by : Eileen Connors, Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky
Teleplay by : Joe Menosky
January 20, 1999 (1999-01-20)40840-2065.36[104]
The Doctor finds out that some of his memories have been blocked.
10612"Bride of Chaotica!"52507.2Allan KroekerStory by : Bryan Fuller
Teleplay by : Bryan Fuller and Michael Taylor
January 27, 1999 (1999-01-27)40840-2075.74[105]
Paris' latest holodeck adventure The Adventures of Captain Proton takes an unexpected turn.
10713"Gravity"52438.9Terry WindellStory by : Jimmy Diggs, Bryan Fuller and Nick Sagan
Teleplay by : Nick Sagan and Bryan Fuller
February 3, 1999 (1999-02-03)40840-2055.49[106]
Tuvok and Paris crash on a planet stuck in a pocket of subspace, where they meet a female named Noss.
10814"Bliss"52542.3Cliff BoleStory by : Bill Prady
Teleplay by : Robert Doherty
February 10, 1999 (1999-02-10)40840-2095.61[107]
A large organism telepathically deceives the Voyager crew into flying into its digestive chamber.
10915"Dark Frontier"52619.2Cliff BoleBrannon Braga and Joe MenoskyFebruary 17, 1999 (1999-02-17)40840-824 (211/212)7.43[108]
11016Terry Windell
Janeway plans to steal a transwarp coil from a disabled Borg ship to shorten their journey home. Seven of Nine experiences memories of her past just before she and her parents are assimilated and plans to re-join the Borg collective. The Borg Queen tells Seven of Nine that she will leave her individuality intact so the Borg can study her memories and use her to help them assimilate humanity.
11117"The Disease"52563.9David LivingstonStory by : Kenneth Biller
Teleplay by : Michael Taylor
February 24, 1999 (1999-02-24)40840-2104.85[109]
Kim finds love when the crew encounters a Varro generational ship that needs assistance repairing its warp drive.
11218"Course: Oblivion"52586.3, 52597.4 (alternative timeline)Anson WilliamsStory by : Bryan Fuller and Nick Sagan
Teleplay by : Nick Sagan
March 3, 1999 (1999-03-03)40840-2135.32[110]
Lt. Torres and Lt. jg Paris get married; the crew discover they aren't who they think they are while trying to resolve why subspace radiation is causing them and Voyager to disintegrate. Reference to Season 4 episode "Demon"
11319"The Fight"52531.1Winrich KolbeStory by : Michael Taylor
Teleplay by : Joe Menosky
March 24, 1999 (1999-03-24)40840-2084.05[111]
Chakotay lies in sickbay as he attempts to communicate with aliens through hallucinations.
11420"Think Tank"52623.7Terrence O'HaraStory by : Rick Berman and Brannon Braga
Teleplay by : Michael Taylor
March 31, 1999 (1999-03-31)40840-2145.55[112]
Voyager is being chased by the Hazari when a think tank offers assistance. (Guest stars Jason Alexander)
11521"Juggernaut"52640.1Allan KroekerStory by : Bryan Fuller
Teleplay by : Bryan Fuller, Nick Sagan and Kenneth Biller
April 26, 1999 (1999-04-26)40840-2152.50[113]
The crew responds to a distress call from Malon escape pods contaminated with radiation.
11622"Someone to Watch Over Me"52647.1Robert Duncan McNeillStory by : Brannon Braga
Teleplay by : Michael Taylor
April 28, 1999 (1999-04-28)40840-2164.78[113]
Seven of Nine explores dating with some help from the Doctor.
11723"11:59"52763.5 (April 22, 2375)David LivingstonStory by : Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky
Teleplay by : Joe Menosky
May 5, 1999 (1999-05-05)40840-2174.42[114]
Janeway reminisces about one of her ancestors, Shannon O'Donnell from Indiana.
11824"Relativity"52861.2Allan EastmanStory by : Nick Sagan
Teleplay by : Bryan Fuller, Nick Sagan and Michael Taylor
May 12, 1999 (1999-05-12)40840-2184.76[115]
Captain Braxton recruits Seven of Nine to stop Voyager being sabotaged.
11925"Warhead"52947.6John KretchmerStory by : Brannon Braga
Teleplay by : Michael Taylor and Kenneth Biller
May 19, 1999 (1999-05-19)40840-2194.59[116]
The crew rescues a device with artificial intelligence embedded in rock, that then proceeds to take control of The Doctor and reveals itself to be a weapon of mass destruction.
12026"Equinox, Part I"52983.6, 53017.1David LivingstonStory by : Rick Berman, Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky
Teleplay by : Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky
May 26, 1999 (1999-05-26)40840-2204.80[117]
Voyager finds another Federation ship, the USS Equinox, under attack from flying nucleogenic lifeforms.

Season 6 (1999–2000)

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1211"Equinox: Part II"52983.6, 53017.1David LivingstonTeleplay by : Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
Story by : Rick Berman & Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky
September 22, 1999 (1999-09-22)40840-2216.16[118]
The crew of the USS Equinox attempts to elude the USS Voyager in order to exploit the nucleogenic lifeforms in a bid to return home.
1222"Survival Instinct"53049.2Terry WindellRonald D. MooreSeptember 29, 1999 (1999-09-29)40840-2225.82[119]
Three Borg from Seven's past appear, and ask to be completely separated from the Collective.
1233"Barge of the Dead"53082.5Mike VejarStory by : Ronald D. Moore & Bryan Fuller
Teleplay by : Bryan Fuller
October 6, 1999 (1999-10-06)40840-2235.25[120]
B'Elanna's shuttle is hit by an ion storm and she awakens to find herself among Klingons in the Barge of the Dead, on the way to Klingon Hell.
1244"Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy"53127.6John BrunoStory by : Bill Vallely
Teleplay by : Joe Menosky
October 13, 1999 (1999-10-13)40840-2245.09[121]
The Doctor adds daydreaming to his program, imagining himself as the Emergency Command Hologram (ECH) aboard Voyager; but aliens, tapping into his perceptions to observe the crew, prepare an attack when they believe that what they are seeing in the daydreams is real.
1255"Alice"53225.7David LivingstonStory by : Juliann deLayne
Teleplay by : Bryan Fuller & Michael Taylor
October 20, 1999 (1999-10-20)40840-2264.53[122]
Tom Paris becomes obsessed with a salvaged alien shuttlecraft, which appears to have a mind of its own.
1266"Riddles"53263.2Roxann DawsonStory by : André Bormanis
Teleplay by : Robert Doherty
November 3, 1999 (1999-11-03)40840-2274.79[123]
Returning from a diplomatic mission, Tuvok is attacked by a cloaked intruder and suffers neurological damage.
1277"Dragon's Teeth"53167.9Winrich KolbeStory by : Michael Taylor
Teleplay by : Michael Taylor and Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
November 10, 1999 (1999-11-10)40840-2255.72[124]
Voyager discovers a network of subspace passageways, but is forced to land on a planet after being attacked.
1288"One Small Step"53292.7, 53301.2Robert PicardoTeleplay by : Mike Wollaeger & Jessica Scott and Bryan Fuller & Michael Taylor
Story by : Mike Wollaeger & Jessica Scott
November 17, 1999 (1999-11-17)40840-2285.92[125]
Voyager is nearly hit by a mysterious subspace mass and the crew theorize that the debris of an ancient Earth–Mars ship is inside.
1299"The Voyager Conspiracy"53326.9, 53329.1Terry WindellJoe MenoskyNovember 24, 1999 (1999-11-24)40840-2295.71[126]
After assimilating Voyager's data from the past six years, through an enhancement to her Borg implants, Seven of Nine suspects the ship did not arrive in the Delta Quadrant by accident.
13010"Pathfinder"53382.7Mike VejarStory by : David Zabel
Teleplay by : David Zabel & Kenneth Biller
December 1, 1999 (1999-12-01)40840-2306.15[127]
Barclay gets over-involved with holographic recreations of the Voyager crew in his attempts to contact them. This episode also features Deanna Troi.
13111"Fair Haven"53418.5Allan KroekerRobin Bernheim[a]January 12, 2000 (2000-01-12)40840-2315.19[128]
The crew enjoys a respite inside a holodeck creation designed by Tom Paris, while Voyager faces the threat of an oncoming storm in space.
13212"Blink of an Eye"53541.8Gabrielle BeaumontStory by : Michael Taylor
Teleplay by : Joe Menosky
January 19, 2000 (2000-01-19)40840-2335.70[129]
Voyager is trapped in orbit about a planet with a spacetime differential such that, while its inhabitants live through years, Voyager experiences mere minutes.
13313"Virtuoso"53556.4Les LandauStory by : Raf Green
Teleplay by : Raf Green & Kenneth Biller
January 26, 2000 (2000-01-26)40840-2345.81[130]
Visiting aliens who have never before encountered music become fascinated with the Doctor's Opera singing, and ask him to leave Voyager and join their society.
13414"Memorial"53621.3Allan KroekerStory by : Brannon Braga
Teleplay by : Robin Bernheim[a]
February 2, 2000 (2000-02-02)40840-2365.59[131]
Chakotay, Tom Paris, Harry Kim, and Neelix begin to experience horrific flashbacks after an away mission.
13515"Tsunkatse"53447.2, 53529.4Mike VejarStory by : Gannon Kenney
Teleplay by : Robert Doherty
February 9, 2000 (2000-02-09)40840-2326.1[132]
Seven of Nine and Tuvok are kidnapped while on shore leave, and Seven is forced to fight in a gladiatorial contest to the death. (Guest stars include J.G. Hertzler, Jeffrey Combs and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
13616"Collective"53582.9Allison LiddiStory by : Andrew Shepard Price & Mark Gaberman
Teleplay by : Michael Taylor
February 16, 2000 (2000-02-16)40840-2355.32[133]
Chakotay, Kim, Paris, and Neelix are taken hostage when the Delta Flyer is captured by Borg children in a derelict Cube.
13717"Spirit Folk"53659.1David LivingstonBryan FullerFebruary 23, 2000 (2000-02-23)40840-2374.51[134]
Problems arise from running the holographic Irish village of Fair Haven non-stop, when a malfunction leads the holographic characters to become self-aware.
13818"Ashes to Ashes"53679.4Terry WindellStory by : Ronald Wilkerson
Teleplay by : Robert Doherty
March 1, 2000 (2000-03-01)40840-2385.22[135]
A deceased crew member resurfaces, claiming to have been resurrected by an alien race who have since adopted her.
13919"Child's Play"53722.4Mike VejarStory by : Paul Brown
Teleplay by : Raf Green
March 8, 2000 (2000-03-08)40840-2394.68[136]
The family of Icheb, one of the Borg children, is found, but he is reluctant to rejoin them. Seven, too, is reluctant for him to leave the ship; and his parents are concealing the real reason for desiring his return.
14020"Good Shepherd"53753.2Winrich KolbeStory by : Dianna Gitto
Teleplay by : Dianna Gitto and Joe Menosky
March 15, 2000 (2000-03-15)40840-2405.55[137]
Three crew members who are under-performing are taken on a mission by Janeway.
14121"Live Fast and Prosper"53849.2LeVar BurtonRobin Bernheim[a]April 19, 2000 (2000-04-19)40840-2424.85[138]
Con artists impersonate Janeway and Tuvok.
14222"Muse"53896.1Mike VejarJoe MenoskyApril 26, 2000 (2000-04-26)40840-2444.95[139]
Torres is stranded on a bronze-age planet after a crash in the Delta Flyer, where she helps a playwright adapt the story of Voyager to the stage. Also, Kim is missing in an escape pod.
14323"Fury"53810.5John BrunoTeleplay by : Bryan Fuller & Michael Taylor
Story by : Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
May 3, 2000 (2000-05-03)40840-2414.65[140]
A much older and more powerful Kes returns to Voyager, and attempts to travel back in time to change her history.
14424"Life Line"53872.6Terry WindellTeleplay by : Robert Doherty & Raf Green and Brannon Braga
Story by : John Bruno & Robert Picardo
May 10, 2000 (2000-05-10)40840-2435.53[141]
The Doctor's creator, Lewis Zimmerman, is dying in the Alpha Quadrant from a disease similar to the Vidiian phage. The Doctor's compressed matrix is transferred to Zimmerman's lab on the Jupiter station, to assist Mr. Barclay and Counselor Troi in attempting to treat the illness.
14525"The Haunting of Deck Twelve"53937.2David LivingstonTeleplay by : Mike Sussman and Kenneth Biller & Bryan Fuller
Story by : Mike Sussman
May 17, 2000 (2000-05-17)40840-2454.82[142]
As Voyager travels through a nebula, all ship's power is turned off, giving Neelix an opportunity to tell the Borg children a ghost story.
14626"Unimatrix Zero: Part I"UnknownAllan KroekerStory by : Mike Sussman
Teleplay by : Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky
May 24, 2000 (2000-05-24)40840-2464.68[143]
Janeway, B'Elanna and Tuvok infiltrate a Borg Cube in an attempt to save Borg drones who are trying to develop individuality.
  1. ^ a b c Credited as Robin Burger

Season 7 (2000–01)

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TitleStardateDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
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(millions)
1471"Unimatrix Zero, Part II"54014.4Mike VejarStory by : Mike Sussman, Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky
Teleplay by : Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky
October 4, 2000 (2000-10-04)40840-2477.10[144]
Janeway, B'Elanna and Tuvok are assimilated by the Borg while attempting to save the group of drones who have developed individuality.
1482"Imperfection"54129.4David LivingstonStory by : André Bormanis
Teleplay by : Carleton Eastlake and Robert Doherty
October 11, 2000 (2000-10-11)40840-2485.68[145]
When her cortical implant malfunctions, Seven of Nine needs a life-saving transplant.
1493"Drive"54058.6Winrich KolbeMichael TaylorOctober 18, 2000 (2000-10-18)40840-2495.82[146]
The crew of Voyager enters 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.
1504"Repression"54101Winrich KolbeStory by : Kenneth Biller
Teleplay by : Mark Haskell Smith
October 25, 2000 (2000-10-25)40840-2514.97[147]
Ex-Maquis crew members are attacked after a data stream arrives from Starfleet.
1515"Critical Care"UnknownTerry WindellStory by : Kenneth Biller and Robert Doherty
Teleplay by : James Kahn
November 1, 2000 (2000-11-01)40840-2505.24[148]
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.
1526"Inside Man"54208.3Allan KroekerRobert DohertyNovember 8, 2000 (2000-11-08)40840-2524.77[149]
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.
1537"Body and Soul"54238.3Robert Duncan McNeillStory by : Michael Taylor
Teleplay by : Eric A. Morris, Phyllis Strong and Mike Sussman
November 15, 2000 (2000-11-15)40840-2555.55[150]
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.
1548"Nightingale"54274.7LeVar BurtonStory by : Robert Lederman and Dave Long
Teleplay by : André Bormanis
November 22, 2000 (2000-11-22)40840-2564.60[151]
Harry Kim takes command of an alien ship that has lost its officers in an attack.
1559"Flesh and Blood"54337.5Mike VejarStory by : Jack Monaco, Bryan Fuller and Raf Green
Teleplay by : Bryan Fuller
November 29, 2000 (2000-11-29)40840-8274.95[152]
15610David LivingstonStory by : Bryan Fuller and Raf Green
Teleplay by : Raf Green and Kenneth Biller
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.
15711"Shattered"UnknownTerry WindellStory by : Mike Sussman and Michael Taylor
Teleplay by : Michael Taylor
January 17, 2001 (2001-01-17)40840-2574.14[153]
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.
15812"Lineage"54452.6Peter LauritsonJames KahnJanuary 24, 2001 (2001-01-24)40840-2584.38[154]
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.
15913"Repentance"54474.6Mike VejarStory by : Mike Sussman and Robert Doherty
Teleplay by : Robert Doherty
January 31, 2001 (2001-01-31)40840-2594.47[155]
Prisoners are brought onto Voyager from a damaged alien vessel, and the crew must deliver them to their destination – for execution. Seven's nanoprobes are used to help heal a prisoner.
16014"Prophecy"54518.2Terry WindellStory by : Larry Nemecek, J. Kelley Burke, Raf Green and Kenneth Biller
Teleplay by : Mike Sussman and Phyllis Strong
February 7, 2001 (2001-02-07)40840-2604.44[156]
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.
16115"The Void"54553.4Mike VejarStory by : Raf Green and Kenneth Biller
Teleplay by : Raf Green and James Kahn
February 14, 2001 (2001-02-14)40840-2614.63[157]
Voyager is pulled into a void, where the ships that have become trapped attack each other for food and resources.
16216"Workforce, Part I"54584.3Allan KroekerKenneth Biller and Bryan FullerFebruary 21, 2001 (2001-02-21)40840-2624.53[158]
The Voyager crew is brainwashed into taking new jobs on an industrialized planet that has a severe labor 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.
16317"Workforce, Part II"54622.4Roxann DawsonStory by : Kenneth Biller and Bryan Fuller
Teleplay by : Kenneth Biller and Michael Taylor
February 28, 2001 (2001-02-28)40840-2635.11[159]
Chakotay and Neelix take jobs on the new planet, and try to rescue their amnesiac crewmates – who don't want to leave.
16418"Human Error"UnknownAllan KroekerStory by : André Bormanis and Kenneth Biller
Teleplay by : Brannon Braga and André Bormanis
March 7, 2001 (2001-03-07)40840-2645.35[160]
Seven practices her social skills on the holodeck.
16519"Q2"54704.5LeVar BurtonStory by : Kenneth Biller
Teleplay by : Robert Doherty
April 11, 2001 (2001-04-11)40840-2654.64[161]
Q leaves his son (Q2) on Voyager to learn from the crew.
16620"Author, Author"54732.3David LivingstonStory by : Brannon Braga
Teleplay by : Phyllis Strong and Mike Sussman
April 18, 2001 (2001-04-18)40840-2664.46[162]
The Doctor writes a holo-novel to be published in the Alpha Quadrant, featuring characters who closely resemble – but do not flatter – the crew.
16721"Friendship One"54775.4Mike VejarMichael Taylor and Bryan FullerApril 25, 2001 (2001-04-25)40840-2674.62[163]
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.
16822"Natural Law"54827.7Terry WindellStory by : Kenneth Biller and James Kahn
Teleplay by : James Kahn
May 2, 2001 (2001-05-02)40840-2684.68[164]
While visiting the planet Ledos, Seven and Chakotay crash through an energy barrier. The two are stranded in the jungle with primitive humanoids, who take the pair in and care for Chakotay's injuries. To rejoin Voyager, he and Seven have to disable the energy barrier.
16923"Homestead"54868.6LeVar BurtonRaf GreenMay 9, 2001 (2001-05-09)40840-2695.45[165]
Voyager encounters a Talaxian settlement leaving Neelix with the difficult decision of whether to leave the crew.
17024"Renaissance Man"54912.4Mike VejarStory by : Andrew Shepard Price and Mark Gaberman
Teleplay by : Phyllis Strong and Mike Sussman
May 16, 2001 (2001-05-16)40840-2705.55[166]
The Doctor is forced to help aliens steal Voyager's warp core.
17125"Endgame"54973.4Allan KroekerStory by : Rick Berman, Kenneth Biller and Brannon Braga
Teleplay by : Kenneth Biller and Robert Doherty
May 23, 2001 (2001-05-23)40840-828 (271/272)8.81[167]
17226

In the future where it took Voyager 23 years to get home, Admiral Janeway devises a plan to alter history. As the crew enters 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.

  • Originally shown as a two-hour series finale, but in syndication is shown as 2 separate episodes.

Summary of 2-Part episodes

Here is a summary of 2-part Voyager episodes, which are sometimes shown as a single feature length media and reviewed as such.

The feature-length episodes are among the series' highest rated.[168] In a 2016 review by The Hollywood Reporter ranking the top 15 Voyager episodes, 6 were double-episodes with "Year of Hell" and "Equinox" in the top two spots.[168] A 2012 top ten ranking by Den of Geek also placed "Year of Hell" as number one out of 172 shows.[169]

See also

References

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