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Star Trek Voyager - The Complete Fifth Season (1995)

Kate Mulgrew , Robert Beltran , Allan Eastman , Allan Kroeker  |  NR |  DVD
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  • Actors: Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran, Roxann Dawson, Robert Duncan McNeill, Ethan Phillips
  • Directors: Allan Eastman, Allan Kroeker, Anson Williams, Cliff Bole, David Livingston
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: 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: November 9, 2004
  • Run Time: 1216 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (288 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002WZTCA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,511 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Star Trek Voyager - The Complete Fifth Season" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 25 episodes on seven discs: Night, Drone, Extreme Risk, In the Flesh, Once Upon a Time, Timeless, Infinite Regress, Nothing Human, Thirty Days, Counterpoint, Latent Image, Bride of Chaotica!, Gravity, Bliss, Dark Frontier parts 1 and 2, The Disease, Course: Oblivion, The Fight, Think Tank, Juggernaut, Someone to Watch Over Me, 11:59, Relativity, Warhead, Equinox part 1
  • Braving the Unknown: Season 5
  • Voyager Time Capsule: B'Elanna Torres
  • Voyager Time Capsule: Tom Paris
  • The Borg Queen Speaks
  • Delta Quadrant Makeup Magic
  • Photo gallery

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STAR TREK VOYAGER: THE COMPLETE FIFTH SEASON features the adventures of the Voyager crew led by Capt. Janeway (Mulgrew). Throughout the season, the Voyager crew plunges into a vast, empty, star-less expanse, makes a surprising discovery in a most unexpected place, has a chance encounter with the remains of a destroyed Borg vessel that results in an unusual effect on Seven of Nine, and suddenly discovers a wormhole that apparently leads to Earth.

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After Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) spent much of Voyager's fourth season trying to resist the pull of the Borg, and just when the tide of battle seemed to be turning, she returns to the Collective in a memorable confrontation with the Borg Queen (Susanna Thompson) in the centerpiece story of the fifth season, the two-part "Dark Frontier." The Borg also factor into the nightmare-laden "Infinite Regress" as well as "Drone," in which a strange Borg-human-EMH hybrid teaches Seven the experience of parenthood, of sorts. Species 8472 returns as well, in another of the season's gritty episodes, "In the Flesh."

The series' historic 100th episode "Timeless" goes back in history as Kim (Garrett Wang) and Chakotay (Robert Beltran) try to repair a past mistake (directed by and guest-starring TNG's LeVar Burton), and in another dizzying episode, "Relativity," Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) is spending her first day on Voyager when she discovers Seven, who has traveled back in time to prevent an act of sabotage. It was also a good season for buddies Kim and Paris (Robert Duncan MacNeill). In addition to "Timeless," Kim takes center stage in "The Disease" when he embarks on a dangerous romance. Paris is thrown in the brig in "Thirty Days," and his Captain Proton holodeck simulation goes haywire in "Bride of Chaotica!" In "Course Oblivion," a ship wedding is the prelude to a deadly displacement for the entire crew.

It wasn't all slam-bang action. The Doctor's (Robert Picardo) buried memories lead to an ethical conflict in "Latent Image," and he and Seven (the two most consistently interesting crew members) dabble in the most unlikely of romances in one of the series' most touching and memorable episodes "Someone to Watch Over Me." Also, Jason Alexander (then in Seinfeld) guest-stars as a scheming alien in "Think Tank." Voyager didn't always close its season with a cliffhanger, but in "Equinox, Part 1" an attempt to aid another Federation starship in the Delta Quadrant uncovers a threat that might destroy them both.

The bonus features include a season recap, crew profiles of Voyager's resident couple, B'Elanna Torres and Paris, a 19-minute spotlight on the makeup process (Neelix was created as a combination of Timon and Pumbaa in The Lion King), and "The Borg Queen Speaks," in which Susanna Thompson discusses the difficulties of shooting and how she had originally auditioned for the same role in Star Trek: First Contact. --David Horiuchi


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105 of 118 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another great season! August 27, 2004
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Season five of Star trek voyager was a great one.

Seven's charecter continues to develop and some new species are introduced. The season finale also has an excellent cliffhanger.

Here are the episode synopses:

Night

Voyager enters a region of space where there are no stars. It would take them 2 years to cross it but discover a shortcut

owned by someone unwilling to share it.

Drone

When Seven and the Doctor are brought onto Voyager during an emergency beam in, Seven's Borg implants fuse with

the doctor's mobile emitter creating a 29th century 'superborg'

Extreme Risk

After Tom Paris tests the new "Delta Flyer" it is revealed that Torres has been engaging very risky behavior.

In The Flesh

Voyager discovers a large space station with species 8472 on it. They have created a holographic recreation of

Starfleet Academy and are disguising themselves as humans. Janeway suspects that they may be planning an invasion

Once Upon a Time

After Ensign Wildman goes missing, Neelix helps comfort her daughter using a holographic recreation of Talaxian fairy tales.

Timeless

15 years after Voyager crash landed on an ice planet killing all but two crewmembers, they steal a Borg technology that may

enable them to send a message back in time to warn about the cause of the crash.

Infinite Regress

Seven starts to take on the personalities of individuals whom she assimilated while she was a Borg drone.

Nothing Human

After Torres is attacked by an alien parasite, she must rely on the mind of one of her enemies to help remove the parasite from her body.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Another strong season for VOYAGER February 10, 2008
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STAR TREK: VOYAGER is an unusual show in that its worst seasons were the earliest. Virtually all shows ever made were better in their first half than in the second half, but VOYAGER is one of the few exceptions. There are two reasons for the dramatic improvement in the show over its final four seasons. First, an increasing amount of serial content. No doubt part of this was the result of a growing number of other shows on at the same time with serial formats. Whatever the cause, as more and more elements carried over from one episode to later episodes, the more interesting the series became. The second reason for the improvement in the show was the emergence of Seven of Nine as the show's most compelling character. Very shortly after her introduction at the start of Season Four, Jeri Ryan's Seven of Nine became by far the most crucial character in most of the best episodes. VOYAGER did not, in fact, feel at all like the same show after Seven's appearance on the series. And as with the other three seasons featuring Seven, most of the best episodes on the show were Seven-centric.

Still, Season Five did not have as many truly excellent episodes as Season Four. On the other hand, it did not have nearly as man weak episodes as Seasons One through Three and Season Six. The two-part "Dark Frontier" is one of the exceptions, providing two of the most exciting episodes in the entire run of VOYAGER (again, a pair of episodes focused on Seven of Nine, as she temporarily returns to the Borg, learning that perhaps her having become a member of the crew of Voyager was part of a Borg plan). Still, the main virtue of Season Five is its persistent excellence, rather than its flashes of greatness.

There are some fun guest appearances in Season Five.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Voyager's Season 5 was the BEST January 9, 2006
By Dr. RW
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I reviewed season 4, sharing about what I believe, that Voyager contained some of the best "trek" writing to date -including Enterprise. Season 5 would probably have to be the summit. There are so many good episodes in this season. Even most Voyager fans agree by the ratings on StarTrek.com. To me, what makes great sci-fi is the ability to have a great storyline with plausible action - not too far fetched (if you know what I mean) By season 5 the focused character development is evidenced by detailed dialog and sub plots. One episode, 11:59 is interesting as a comparison to Next Generation. It begins with a hallway discussion that leads to a detailed sit-down share time. In Next Generation, Picard would have cut it off at the door - very predictable. Seven is now learning to be more human and shares her feelings, the comic relief throughout is quite good with the bantering of Tuvok/Neelix and Seven/Torres. Bride of Chaotica is a hoot. This brings me to another point. Overall, Voyager has many recurring plot loops. For example, Captain Proton was a thread in many episodes as were several other characters (Naomi Wildman). Voyager also improved their technology- they adapted. Quite a realistic possibility right? They kept tech they learned about and season 5 gives examples of this such as the creation of the Delta Flyer, a new shuttle with Borg weapons and shields. Voyager, unlike, the other ST series, built upon technology-This season also includes more character development. There are several episodes with focus on indiviual issues. The most dramatic involving Seven, the borg queen and Janeway. After all, the series really defines the mysterious borg. Seasons 4-7 of Voyager really help the viewer realize what borg are all about and they fit so well into the storyline. The final episode is great. Read more ›
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