Star Trek: Voyager 7 Seasons 1998

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1. Night TV-PG CC

Janeway's actions could cost the crew their chance of reaching home.

Starring:
Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran
Runtime:
46 minutes
Original air date:
October 14, 1998

Night

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    1. Night Janeway's actions could cost the crew their chance of reaching home.

    TV-PG 46min October 14, 1998
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    2. Drone The pupil becomes the teacher when a Borg drone is born on Voyager and Seven of Nine instructs him in the ways of humanity.

    TV-PG 47min October 21, 1998
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    3. Extreme Risk A need to test herself leads Torres down a path of self-destruction.

    TV-PG 47min October 28, 1998
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    4. In the Flesh The Voyager crew discovers an alien training ground for the destruction of Earth.

    TV-PG 47min November 4, 1998
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    5. Once Upon a Time When Neelix comforts a little girl whose mother is missing, it brings back painful memories of losing his own family.

    TV-G 47min November 11, 1998
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    6. Timeless Fifteen years after making a horrible mistake, Kim attempts to rewrite history.

    TV-PG 47min November 18, 1998
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    7. Infinite Regress Seven experiences the Borg version of multiple personality disorder.

    TV-PG 46min November 25, 1998
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    8. Nothing Human Torres is forced to put her life in the hands of a mortal enemy that uses biochemical secretions to give commands.

    TV-PG 47min December 2, 1998
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    9. Thirty Days Paris is confined to the Brig after interfering with the affairs of an alien race.

    TV-PG 46min December 9, 1998
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    10. Counterpoint Janeway falls for a man who may be using her to take over Voyager.

    TV-PG 47min December 16, 1998
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    11. Latent Image Someone is trying to keep the Doctor from remembering the incidents surrounding a crewmember's death.

    TV-PG 46min January 20, 1999
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    12. Bride of Chaotica! Janeway and Paris join forces to defeat the evil Doctor Chaotica.

    TV-PG 46min January 27, 1999
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    13. Gravity Stranded on a desolate planet with a beautiful female, Tuvok struggles to ignore the emotions his Vulcan master taught him to suppress.

    TV-PG 47min February 3, 1999
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    14. Bliss The crew is in serious danger when all of their dreams seem to come true and home seems closer in sight.

    TV-PG 46min February 10, 1999
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    15. Dark Frontier During a mission against the Borg, Seven of Nine is lured back to the Collective.

    TV-PG 1h 33min February 17, 1999
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    16. The Disease Kim puts his future with Voyager at risk when he chooses love over duty.

    TV-PG 46min February 24, 1999
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    17. Course: Oblivion As crewmembers begin dying, they make a startling discovery about their true identities.

    TV-PG 47min March 3, 1999
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    18. The Fight An alien race chooses to communicate with Voyager through Chakotay on the holodeck.

    TV-PG 46min March 24, 1999
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    19. Think Tank A problem-solving alien comes to Voyager's rescue, but his help has a steep price.

    TV-PG 47min March 31, 1999
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    20. Juggernaut The crew races against the clock to prevent a catastrophic explosion.

    TV-PG 47min April 26, 1999
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    21. Someone to Watch Over Me The Doctor's interest in Seven's social development becomes more than clinical.

    TV-PG 46min April 28, 1999
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    22. 11:59 A look back at her ancestor's history does not give Janeway the whole story.

    TV-PG 46min May 5, 1999
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    23. Relativity Voyager's future depends on Seven's success in preventing the past.

    TV-PG 47min May 12, 1999
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    24. Warhead A weapon of mass destruction takes control of Voyager.

    TV-PG 47min May 19, 1999
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    25. Equinox (Part 1) Another Federation starship in the Delta Quadrant brings trouble for Voyager.

    TV-PG 47min May 26, 1999

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Genres Science Fiction, Adventure, Action
Director David Livingston
Starring Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran
Supporting actors Roxann Dawson, Robert Duncan McNeill, Ethan Phillips, Robert Picardo, Tim Russ, Jeri Ryan, Garrett Wang, Steven Dennis, Ken Magee, Steven Rankin, Martin Rayner, Majel Barrett, Tarik Ergin
Season year 1999
Network Paramount Television
Executive Producer Rick Berman
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103 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Ted VINE VOICE on 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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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Robert Moore HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 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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39 of 51 people found the following review helpful By M. Hart on August 29, 2004
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Less than one year following the concluding season of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" in 1994, executive producer/writer Rick Berman, along with Michael Piller and Jeri Taylor, created a fourth television series based upon the "Star Trek" universe originally created by Gene Roddenberry (1921-1991) in the 1960's. This fourth television series, entitled "Voyager" (which is the name of the Federation of Planets starship used in the series), first aired in January 1995, and ran for seven seasons until it concluded in May 2001. Because "Voyager" aired initially in the month of January (instead of the traditional September), only 16 episodes were filmed for the first season. The succeeding six other seasons had 26 episodes each, for a grand total of 172 episodes for the entire series.

Unlike the previous three "Star Trek" television series, which (for the most part) took place within the bounds of the Federation of Planets (or in nearby sovereign areas of space, such as the Klingon Empire or the Romulan Empire) in the Alpha Quadrant, the starship Voyager is hurled tens of thousands of light-years from home into the previously unknown and unexplored Delta Quadrant, which is located at the far side of the Milky Way Galaxy. Even while traveling at warp 8 (the fastest safe speed that a typical starship can travel), it would take Voyager several decades to return to Earth. Hence, the series focuses on the survival of Voyager's Starfleet crew, who are completely isolated and unable to even maintain normal communications with Earth, as well as the crew's ultimate desire to find a way home faster than their ship is capable of doing. Also, along the way, Voyager adopts a few Delta Quadrant natives.
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