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Star Trek: Voyager 7 Seasons

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Season 4
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4.7 out of 5 stars (790) IMDb 7.7/10

In the fourth season of the popular Star Trek series, the crew of the Federation Starship Voyager continues on its mission: to find their way home after being stuck in the Delta Quadrant -- 75,000 light years from Earth.

Starring:
Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran

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Season 4
1. Scorpion (Part 2)

The Voyager crew gets a new shipmate: a Borg.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: September 3, 1997
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2. The Gift

The crew must say goodbye to one member of their family just as they are adjusting to a new one.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: September 10, 1997
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3. Day Of Honor

A close encounter with death teaches Torres the true meaning of honor.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: September 17, 1997
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4. Nemesis

Stranded on a strange planet, Chakotay finds himself in the middle of a deceptive war.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: September 24, 1997
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5. Revulsion

A rescue mission puts Torres and the Doctor in the hands of a psychopathic hologram.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: October 1, 1997
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6. The Raven

Haunting visions lead Seven of Nine on a quest to rejoin the Collective.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: October 8, 1997
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7. Scientific Method

The Voyager crew is invaded by an alien race conducting dangerous experiments.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: October 29, 1997
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8. Year of Hell (Part 1)

A disruption in the space-time continuum forces the crew to evacuate Voyager.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: November 5, 1997
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9. Year of Hell (Part 2)

The destruction of Voyager changes history.'

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: November 12, 1997
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10. Random Thoughts

A telepathic race arrests Torres for her violent thoughts.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: November 19, 1997
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11. Concerning Flight

While searching for equipment stolen from Voyager, Janeway gets help from her holodeck mentor, Leonardo da Vinci.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: November 26, 1997
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12. Mortal Coil

When Neelix dies and is brought back to life, he begins to doubt his spiritual beliefs.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: December 17, 1997
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13. Waking Moments

Nightmares become reality when the crew is attacked in their dreams.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: January 14, 1998
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14. Message in a Bottle

The Voyager crew makes contact with a Starfleet ship in the Alpha Quadrant.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: January 21, 1998
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15. Hunters

A message from Starfleet brings the crew letters from home.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: February 11, 1998
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16. Prey

Voyager is caught in the middle of a deadly game between hunter and prey.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: February 18, 1998
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17. Retrospect

Exploration into Seven of Nine's repressed memories results in tragedy.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: February 25, 1998
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18. The Killing Game (Part 1)

An enemy attack leaves Janeway and the crew believing they are characters in a World War II holodeck simulation.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: March 4, 1998
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19. The Killing Game (Part 2)

World War II happens all over again as a holodeck simulation spills out onto the decks of Voyager.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: March 4, 1998
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20. Vis A Vis

When Voyager stops to help an alien repair his ship, the alien switches bodies with Paris.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: April 8, 1998
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21. The Omega Directive

Voyager comes across a space phenomenon that must be destroyed at all costs.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: April 15, 1998
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22. Unforgettable

Chakotay meets a woman he once loved, but he has no memory of her.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: April 22, 1998
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23. Living Witness

Hundreds of years in the future, the Voyager crew is accused of murder.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: April 29, 1998
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24. Demon

An alien species tries to populate its planet by duplicating the Voyager crew.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: May 6, 1998
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25. One

With the fate of the crew in her hands, Seven must face her deepest fears alone.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: May 13, 1998
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26. Hope and Fear

When Starfleet sends a ship to bring the Voyager crew home, it seems too good to be true.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: May 20, 1998
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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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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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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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Season 4: 9/28

Season 5: 11/2

Season 6: 12/7

Season 7: 12/21
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It finally had to happen. There were clues from Season 3 that it was going to happen, there was going to be a run-in (or several) with the Borg in the Delta Quadrant. Once again, Janeway makes a bad mistake in her assessment of striking up an alliance with an alien race just to save her crew and get home. Her only saving grace this time was that they were taking on a more formidable adversary in Species 8472 from fluidic space (as if taking over this space was not good enough for the Borg) and that if she made this deal with the devil, the devil in turn would grant her and her crew safe passage through Borg Space. There would be more run-ins throughout the series, especially when the crew discovers how to use trans-warp coils and the conduits they open up to get through space even faster than just warp speed. Especially with the not-so-willing-at-first assistance from 7 Of 9, Tertiary Adjunct Of Unimatrix 01, the grown-up collectivized version of a human girl by the name of Annika Hansen, whose bohemian parents some years ago were pursuing an anthropological study of a mythical race of cyerbernetic organisms called the Borg some 20 years before.

But there's more to this season than just the Borg--the Year Of Hell, which started out as Kes' premonition in Season 3, became a reality for this crew--or did it? We may never know unless we have seen the episode. Kurtwood Smith from "That 70's Show" plays a scientist who discovers how to use time as his weapon to bring back his dead wife, only to discover that when he manipulates on part of the timeline, it screws up other parts of it--and then realizes that they would not be so screwed up if it weren't for the fact that Voyager is in the wrong place and that this wild variable seems to thwart the very results he is seeking.
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