7-02: Imperfection

Seven of Nine’s cortical node malfunctions, leaving Voyager to scavage a Borg vessel for a replacement.

7-03: Drive

The Delta Flyer enters a competitive race and Tom and B’Elanna finally say “I Do.”

7-04: Repression

As a result of a repressed mind control element, former Maquis crew members are the target of attacks, reigniting the long-forgotten dual crew rivalry.

7-06: Inside Man

To facilitate improved communications with Starfleet, Voyager receives a hologram of Lieutenant Reginald Barclay, which turns out to have been tampered with by a Ferengi ship.

7-07: Body and Soul

When captured by an anti-hologram group, The Doctor's program is downloaded into Seven of Nine.

7-08: Nightingale

Harry Kim’s first true command is jeopardized when the ship’s true mission is exposed.

7-12: Lineage

Recalling unpleasant childhood memories, B’Elanna tries to secretly alter her fetus’s DNA to appear fully human.

7-13: Repentance

A species’ justice system is questioned when The Doctor develops a potential cure for their criminal tendencies.

7-14: Prophecy

When Voyager encounters an old Klingon ship, its crew come to believe that B’Elanna’s unborn child is their savior.

7-15: The Void

Trapped in a void with several other ships, Voyager forges alliances while fending off bandits.

7-19: Q2

Q leaves his son, now a rebellious teenager, with Janeway for hopes of a better influence.

7-21: Friendship One

While searching for an ancient Earth probe, Voyager’s away team is taken captive and held responsible for causing the planet’s radioactive decimation.

7-22: Natural Law

A planet’s primitive inhabitants begin to emulate Chakotay and Seven of Nine after their shuttle crash lands on the surface. Meanwhile, Tom Paris is tested on pilot safety.

7-23: Homestead

When Voyager encounters a Talaxian colony, Neelix falls in love with one of its inhabitants and her son.

7-25/26: Endgame

A visit from a future Admiral Janeway leads to Voyager's final journey.