Star Trek: Voyager 7 Seasons 2000

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1. Unimatrix Zero (Part 2) TV-PG CC

Seven's long-lost love lures Janeway into a deadly encounter with the Borg Queen.

Starring:
Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
October 4, 2000

Unimatrix Zero (Part 2)

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Genres Science Fiction, Adventure, Action
Director Michael Vejar
Starring Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran
Supporting actors Roxann Dawson, Robert Duncan McNeill, Ethan Phillips, Robert Picardo, Tim Russ, Jeri Ryan, Garrett Wang, Mark Deakins, Jerome Butler, Joanna Heimbold, Susanna Thompson, Ryan Sparks, Andrew Palmer, Clay Storseth, Majel Barrett, Tarik Ergin, Stephen Pisani
Season year 2001
Network Paramount Television
Executive Producer Rick Berman
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133 of 144 people found the following review helpful By Ted VINE VOICE on September 21, 2004
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This final season box set has the overall best episodes.

Some of my favorites are among these and we finally get to see whether Voyager makes it home or not!

Unimatrix Zero Part II

When Janeway, Torres, and Tuvok go undercover as Borg drones, they attempt to free more Borg drones into unimartix zero.

Imperfection

Seven's cortical node malfunctions and without a replacement part, she will die. Icheb, the borg adolescent rescued from the collective considers donating his to save her.

Drive

Paris and Torres are invited by an alien civilization to use the Delta Flyer in a race with other ships.

Repression

After creating a new holoprogram of a movie theater and the crew watch a film, one of the crew is discovered unconscious and it is suspected that a crewmate attacked him.

Critical Care

The Doctor's program is stolen by an alien race who are desprately short of medical care on their planet.

Inside Man

Back in the Alpha Quadrant, Lt. Barclay sends a hologram of himself to Voyager in a data stream and announces plans to help Voyager to get home, but the plan won't work without some very risky measures.

Body and Soul

Seven, Harry Kim, and the doctor encounter an alien race who view holograms as mortal enemies. So seven has no choice but to hide the doctor's program in her Borg implants.

Nightingale

Harry Kim takes temporary command of an alien ship during a crisis.

Flesh and Blood Part I

Voyager rencounter's the Hirogen who they gave hologram technology to, but the holograms are now out of control and killing the Hirogen.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Gary Gil on January 1, 2006
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Voyager got of to a shaky start, but the seventh and final season bubbles over with the magic that makes Star Trek the phenomena that it is. The series finally, "End Game I & II" is, for me, the best Star Trek story ever. Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) breaks stereotypes by being a powerful female leader who does not sacrifice her femininity in the process. She can be as diplomatic as Picard or as ruthless as Kirk without missing a beat. Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) discovers her humanity and proves again that women can be both beautiful and powerful. The Doctor (Robert Picardo, a truly gifted actor), who's character is a hologram, adds both comic relief and expands the definition of life itself. Testing the limits of the human potential is what makes Star Trek great and this season of Voyager shows us just how powerful, alluring, and compassionate humanity can be.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Avid Music and DVD Fan on February 1, 2005
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This is it. The final season of Star Trek: Voyager. With Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and The Next Generation, the later seasons suffered a little bit in the writing areas due to the writers moving to a new show. Voyager did not have this problem since "Enterprise" didn't premiere until the fall AFTER Voyager ended. The Seventh season employs some of the best writing and storytelling of the entire series. The finale is a great episode, but not perfect. There are two multi-part stories in this season that are absolutely superb. Voyager couldn't go out without bringing back the saboteur Seska for a final hurrah. Dwight Schultz reprises his role as Barclay again, and Marina Sirtis makes an appearance. The Doctor makes a controvertial holonovel. Harry Kim takes his first command and Q returns again. Another great season. Highly recommend it to Star Trek fans and others alike.

Best Episodes:

Unimatrix Zero: Part II, Imperfection, Drive, Repression, Critical Care, Inside Man, Nightingale, Flesh and Blood, Shattered, Workforce: Parts I and II, Human Error, Q2, Author Author, Homestead, Renaissance Man, Engame
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By NeuroVX on August 23, 2011
Note: I am a big Voyager fan so there will be that bias, but I am not only a Star Trek fan but one of its biggest critics.
Endgame combines a lot of plot elements. Time travel, alternate time lines, and lots of Borg action. These elements are combined very skillfully, which sometimes doesn't happen in other episodes of Voyager or other Star Trek series. So this makes for a stunningly well done end to the series.
As Endgame opens, we see scenes of the Voyager crew at home on Earth after their multi-decade journey. It's quite an emotional jolt for the Voyager viewer. And I won't spoil the plot, but key Voyager characters are deceased. Another Voyager crew member has a serious incurable mental heath disorder. But the older, grey, Janeway has an idea. Again no spoilers here, but it's an idea that will make some changes. From there, things get wild and there will be things that will stick with you for a long time.
To sum up- the plot, the action, are all integrated in an tight ball of rockin' enjoyment.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Cheryll S. Smith on May 31, 2010
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Of all the Star Trek shows ever created, this is by far my favorite. Now that video tape is going out and DVD's are in, we are slowly adding back to our collection. Star Trek Voyager has some enduring characters, The Doctor, Seven Of Nine and Captain Janeway, the one and only female Star ship captain. Many episodes are humorous, some edgy, others revealing man's need to depend on others for survival. If you like science fiction, this is the way to go.
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