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Star Trek: Voyager

7 Seasons

Season 2
4.5 out of 5 stars (779) IMDb 7.7/10

In Season 2, the crew suffers from hallucinations and ferrets out a traitor on board.

Starring:
Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran

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Season 2
1. The 37's

The crew explores a remote planet inhabited by humans who were abducted by aliens in 1937.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: August 28, 1995
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2. Initiations

Chakotay faces an unlikely enemy: a Kazon boy who hopes to achieve warrior status by killing him.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: September 4, 1995
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3. Projections

The ship's holographic doctor experiences a world where illusion and reality collide.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: September 11, 1995
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4. Elogium

The ship is surrounded by creatures whose presence accelerates Kes' reproductive process and threatens Voyager's key operating systems.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: September 18, 1995
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5. Non Sequitur

Ensign Harry Kim awakens on Earth, where he's shocked to learn there's no record of his assignment on Voyager.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: September 25, 1995
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6. Twisted

A powerful anomaly leaves the crew lost on their own ship.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: October 2, 1995
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7. Parturition

Neelix and Paris must put aside their romantic rivalry over Kes after they crash-land on a toxic planet.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: October 9, 1995
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8. Persistence of Vision

A mysterious force puts the crew in a delusional state that causes their most deeply buried thoughts and desires to surface.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: October 30, 1995
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9. Tattoo

Chakotay is stranded on a moon inhabited by natives with ties to his ancestors.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: November 6, 1995
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10. Cold Fire

Kes makes contact with Ocampa spacefarers and the female Caretaker, who may have the power to send the crew home.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: November 13, 1995
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11. Maneuvers

The theft of a transporter module by Kazon forces thrusts Chakotay into an explosive confrontation with his traitorous former

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: November 20, 1995
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12. Resistance

Janeway must escape from a city under siege by the Mokra, a brutal regime determined to crush the growing resistance movement against it.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: November 27, 1995
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13. Prototype

After Torres reactivates a humanoid robot, she's drawn into a war between robotic enemies.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: January 15, 1996
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14. Alliances

Hoping to strengthen Voyager's strategic position in the quadrant, Janeway reluctantly seeks an alliance with the Kazon.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: January 22, 1996
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15. Threshold

Paris makes history by becoming the first person to cross the transwarp threshold, but could pay for the achievement with his life.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: January 29, 1996
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16. Meld

Unable to come up with a logical motive for a shipboard murder, Tuvok performs a mind-meld with the perpetrator that brings out Tuvok's "killer instinct."

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: February 5, 1996
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17. Dreadnought

Torres races against time to stop a deadly self-guided missile on a collision course with disaster.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: February 12, 1996
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18. Death Wish

A rebel Q escapes from incarceration and demands asylum on Voyager so he can commit suicide.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: February 19, 1996
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19. Lifesigns

The Doctor falls in love with a Vidiian woman stricken by the deadly Phage.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: February 26, 1996
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20. Investigations

Neelix helps smoke out the crewmember who has been passing Federation secrets to the Kazon.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: March 13, 1996
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21. Deadlock

A space anomaly generates a duplicate Voyager and crew, but only one ship can survive an assault by Vidiian invaders.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: March 18, 1996
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22. Innocence

After crash-landing on a moon, Tuvok encounters three terrified children who claim they've been brought there to die.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: April 8, 1996
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23. The Thaw

Thanks to a complex sensory system controlled by a computer, Kim and others are literally held hostage by fear.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: April 29, 1996
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24. Tuvix

A bizarre occurrence during transport causesTuvok and Neelix to fuse into one alien humanoid known as "Tuvix."

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: May 6, 1996
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25. Resolutions

After contracting a deadly virus, Janeway and Chakotay are forced into exile on a planet that shields the effects of the fatal disease.

TV-G CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: May 13, 1996
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26. Basics (Part 1)

Using Chakotay's son as a pawn, Seska lures Voyager into an explosive showdown with the Kazon.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: May 20, 1996
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By Adam Dukovich on March 11, 2004
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Voyager's second season combined everything we like about Star Trek and took it to new heights. This season is, in my mind, the show's best; it is certainly the last one where the writers had any kind of focus as to what was going to happen on the show. One great episode after another is what this season delivered, along with a deeper sense of the crew of this little ship, not to mention fantastic science-fiction. What more could a fan ask for?
This season pulls off all of the exposition that the truncated first season did not. We only gleaned general facts about the crew from the first year, but everyone had an episode to shine here. My favorite episode here is "Projections." I'm a sucker for those "what-is-real?" storylines. It is a solid episode, with the Doctor being more than just smug and surly (although I love it, it can only go so far). Robert Picardo plays disturbed and confused, and Reg Barclay makes a guest appearance. Next is "Non Sequitur," a high-concept episode in which we see an alternate reality where Harry is an engineer on Earth and Tom is a billiards-shooting loser. Like the season that it is a part of, it is a great synthesis of sci-fi storytelling and character exposition. I also loved "Meld," a great Tuvok episode that guest-starred Brad Dourif as a psychopathic killer that Tuvok is obsessed with understanding. The episode examined the enigma of sociopathic killings and it did it in a very effective way. Dourif is one of the highest-caliber guest actors ever to appear on any Trek show, and he is able to be so completely menacing and convincingly psychotic, yet at the same time calm and rational, his performance is reminiscent or Anthony Hopkins' turn as Hannibal Lecter. He is completely mesmerizing.
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I love watching the relationships build between the characters as they try to voyage back to the Alpha Quadrant. Captain Janeway and Commander Chakotay's relationship appears to be taking on a more personal role. I like it. He's very protective of her. I also like the powerful characters Kess and Belanna have become. Season 2 has made Season 3 that much more inviting and I look forward to it.
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I watched all these years ago as reruns on tv and I'd been hoping they'd get another release at a cheaper price but it doesn't seem to want to happen so I gave in and bought the first two seasons. I'm surprised I remembered as many episodes as I did, although I kind of forgot about the final episode on here and am annoyed it was a cliffhanger for a "part 1" episode because I have no idea when I can afford to buy the next season now. I don't know why so many people in the reviews were complaining about this series. To each their own, but I personally enjoyed this one and hated Deep Space Nine. I never minded Generations either, but Voyager was always one of my favorites for some reason.

My biggest complaint is the packaging though. While the idea was interesting, I hate how it was done. The little plastic case box should have been done different. The top just slides right off so if you don't hold the case in the first spot and firmly it will slip right out of your hand and the cheap plastic that holds the discs will likely shatter. Another thing is the plastic holding the discs. They are all held together at the "spine" by what looks like a thing piece of tape and it's very difficult to carefully turn the plastic cases to find the right disc. The casing is horrible and it makes it hard for me to want to pay the $40+ for the later seasons.
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As a preface to this review, I should say that I have been a huge fan of Star Trek Voyager since the original broadcasts of the very first season. When I was away from a television set for a year, I even had a friend videotape all the episodes I missed so that I could see them when I returned to civilization.

But I have to admit that season two is my least favorite of Voyager. There are certainly some great episodes, but many left me frustrated and disappointed.

The height of the season, and the first real standout episode in the series, is Death Wish, with the amusing John De Lancie reprising his role from TNG, along with Jonathan Frakes as Riker. The plot, about right-to-death issues, adds a very serious foundation to all the fun. And Kate Mulgrew finally breaks out of her shell here and shows what she's made of as an actress.

The 37's is another solid episode, connecting Janeway to her childhood hero Amelia Earhart; Resistance gives Mulgrew a chance to act with the excellent and Oscar-winning Joel Grey. Meld affords another great guest star, LOTR's Brad Dourif, the opportunity to brighten up--or really darken--the season. This episode also provides fascinating insights into the emotional turmoil beneath the surface of Lt. Tuvok. Lifesigns lets Robert Picardo's character The Doctor take a very significant step toward becoming human, by falling in love. The Thaw, with another refreshing guest star (the guy who played Lenny in Laverne and Shirley), is the first of what I like to call Voyager's bizarro episodes. These are absurd and really wonderful, in the spirit of the original series. Deadlock I love, and it gives Janeway an excellent chance to get to know herself better, and the season ends with the strong cliffhanger Basics Part 1.
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