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26 episodes on 7 DVDs. 1997-98/color/19 hrs/NR/fullscreen.

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For many fans, Voyager hit its peak in the fourth season, due in no small part to a certain former Borg drone named Seven of Nine, Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix 0-1, but you can call her Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan). Following the season 3 cliffhanger "Scorpion," the crew enters an unlikely alliance with the Borg against Species 8472, led by Seven of Nine, who ends up restoring (mostly) her human roots and trying to assimilate herself among Voyager's crew all the time feeling the pull of the Collective and resisting the mother-hen attempts of Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew). While Seven's curvaceous figure and skin-tight uniform certainly won over many fans, she was helped by a commanding presence, good writing ("So you wish to copulate?" was a classic line), and a stage that was cleared for her by the coinciding departure of one of the most prominent characters of the series.

Other significant developments of the season included the actors' getting to stretch themselves out "Mirror, Mirror"-like as evil counterparts in "Living Witness" (also Tim Russ's directing debut), the time- and mind-bending two-parter "Year of Hell," a battle with 1940s Nazis in the two-part "The Killing Game," the Doctor's comedic sparring with a new rival in "Message in a Bottle," the Alien-like "Prey," and Tom Paris (Robert Duncan MacNeill) taking a personal step and switching bodies with an alien in "Vis a Vis."

The DVD set offers the usual 20-minute season overview, crew profiles of Seven of Nine (natch) and Harry Kim (both of whom show warm appreciation for the Trek crowd), features on Species 8472 and the art of matte painting, and episode spotlights. --David Horiuchi


Special Features

  • 26 episodes on seven discs: Scorpion Part II, The Gift, Day of Honor, Nemesis, Revulsion, The Raven, Scientific Method, Year of Hell Part I, Year of Hell Part II, Random Thoughts, Concerning Flight, Mortal Coil, Waking Moments, Message in a Bottle, Hunters, Prey, Retrospect, The Killing Game Part I, The Killing Game Part II, Vis a Vis, The Omega Directive, Unforgettable, Living Witness, Demon, One, Hope and Fear
  • Braving the Unknown: Season Four
  • Time Capsule: Seven of Nine
  • Time Capsule: Harry Kim
  • The Birth of Species 8472
  • The Art of Alien Worlds
  • Photo gallery

Product Details

  • Actors: Kate Mulgrew, Jeri Ryan
  • Format: Color, Closed-captioned, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: September 28, 2004
  • Run Time: 1193 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (502 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002JP4GE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,539 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Star Trek Voyager - The Complete Fourth Season" on IMDb

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62 of 65 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 7, 2004
Format: DVD
Season four was totally awesome. I really never watched Voyager on a regular basis until season 4. There is no bad episodes!!! Even the weaker episodes are still good!
Season four had some major changes to it from the first couple of episodes in the season. Seven of Nine a half Borg/Human joined the cast, Kes left the series, Paris and Torres finally got together, the Doctor made contact with the Federation, the crew got a lot closer to home, and Voyager encountered the Borg, and many new and exciting enemies.
Season four will give you great episodes like "Scorpion, part II", "Year of Hell, parts I and II", "Message in a Bottle", and many more!!! The only problem with the season was a classic season cliffhanger to help bring in season five. This is no big deal since season four was the greastest of Voyager and one of the best of Trek.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Siegler TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 6, 2004
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I love Star Trek, I have since it was first on in the 60's (my dad tells me I used to watch it in my playpen in 1966 when I was only a year old!). :) Anyway, I consider myself a pretty good Star Trek fan, I've been watching as long as I can remember.

Voyager never quite did it for me when it was new. I think part of the reason was that they removed themselves from the established Star Trek continuity. You didn't have all the familiar sights of the Federation and whatnot. However, over time, the show has grown on me, even moreso since it went off the air. I have several Star Trek season sets, but I don't buy all of them, mostly because of the price of the things, and the fact that I won't rewatch them a zillion times, the cost kind of keeps me from buying all of them.

Having said that, I felt that Season 4 was a must buy. The reason was the introduction of Seven of Nine. Her visual look aside, I felt Seven was a pretty complex character, and while Seven based stories seemed to dominate for awhile, I felt she was a good mix to the crew. The fact that Jeri Ryan was pleasing (a little TOO pleasing for some people) to the eye kind of made it difficult for some people to look past her breasts and see the good character there. A Borg as a crewmember? That was a pretty radical concept back when this was new. None of the fans really knew how it would turn out. It turned out pretty well, and in Season 4 you can see the genesis of the character.

Also, we lost Kes this season. The production staff was on record saying that they didn't know what to do with the character. Personally, I thought the character was fine.
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59 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Rene'e on July 26, 2004
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Season 4: 9/28

Season 5: 11/2

Season 6: 12/7

Season 7: 12/21
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46 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Borg Nut on July 24, 2004
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Seven of Nine! This is where the series got to be excellent again. Voyager was one of those series that I watched only because I was an avid Trekky. If I missed an episode in the first three seasons, I wasn't exactly heartbroken...but when season four hit, I would cancel plans to be home to watch it. I never missed an episode.

Now...Seven of Nine was a great addition to the cast. Not to downplay Kes, but she bored me...it was just another telepath like Troi. It was done and needed to end. Seven of Nine alone made the show more interesting because of the dynamic she brought into the show. Using Borg innovation to gain an advantage with the many challenges of the Delta quadrant was a good move to revive the show. The Borg, are porbably one of the single best "villans" on television. Who doesn't know the line "Resistance is futile"??

I'm a nut about the Borg and reintroducing them was what made me want to watch. So while I say Seven of Nine are the three words that describe Season 4, I partially mean Jeri Ryan, but even more so, I was just psyched about reintroducing the Borg into the series. Even in Season Three, the two best episodes were Unity and Scorpion Part 1, primarily because of the Borg involvement.

Last...the Year of Hell episode is in this season. Next to the Series Finale, the Year of Hell was the best episode produced for the series. Can't wait to get this one!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By George on October 17, 2004
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Season 4 of Voyager commences with two of the series' most compelling episodes. Scorpion Pt. II resolves the cliffhanger of season 3 and introduces Seven of Nine, who is at first decidedly unattractive as a Borg drone. The Gift completes at least her physical transformation into a surly fembot. This season lavishes attention on the character of Seven, who quickly becomes both complex and likeable owing in large part to a well-crafted performance by Jeri Ryan. Her unapologetically sexy contribution to the Voyager ensemble still causes controvery among fans, but certainly Ryan gives it her all from the first time she appears until the end of the show's run.

The Gift also marks the unfortunate departure of Kes (excepting an even more unfortunate and misbegotten return for one episode in season 6), and although no other regular will disappear from the show completely, many will find themselves in the background this season given Seven's prominent place.

A number of solid episodes follow the season's impressive start: Day of Honor provides Torres and Paris a chance to float in space and explore their relationship, and Nemesis finds Chakotay with some young alien soldiers "glimpsing" among the "trunks." Revulsion introduces us to an obsessive-compulsive hologram, The Raven to Seven's (that is, Annika's) eccentric parents, and Scientific Method to some invisible alien contraptions that are torturing the Voyager crew. Following these is the two-part Year of Hell, a fantastic episode with a Captain Nemo-like villain and an increasingly Captain Ahab-like Janeway.
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