Star Trek: Voyager
Original Airdates: 1995-1996
There’s much similarity between the first two seasons of Voyager. Perhaps that’s largely due to the fact that the first few episodes were actually carry overs from the first season. In a bold attempt to serialize the plot, the Kazon story arc – particularly with regard to Maje Culuh and mistress Seska – is heavily featured during the season, leading to the season’s cliffhanger finale.
2-01: The 37s
Voyager locates a group of people abducted from 1937 Earth, one of whom is Amelia Earhart.
The Doctor believes that he is really Lewis Zimmerman – the creator of his program.
Kes prematurely enters the phase of an Ocampan lifespan of which to conceive a child.
2-05: Non Sequitur
Kim awakens in a parallel universe, one where he never boarded Voyager and is a rising star at Starfleet Headquarters.
While stranded together, Neelix and Paris care for an alien newborn baby.
Upon discovering symbols of his native tribe, Chakotay traces his ancestry roots to the Delta Quadrant.
Seska captures Chakotay when he takes it upon himself to retrieve stolen technology from the Kazon.
On a planet in the midst of a resistance, an estranged man believes Janeway is his long-lost daughter.
B'Elanna is abducted by a ship of sentient androids and forced to construct new units.
Upon breaking the Warp 10 barrier, Tom Paris transforms into a new being.
When a Voyager crew member commits murder with no apparent motive, Tuvok performs a mind-meld that leads to dangerous results.
Torres tries to stop a rogue Cardassian missile before it destroys an inhabited planet.
Two separate Voyagers overlap in two universes… only one of which can survive.
Tuvok is stranded with a group of scared children – who may be older than perceived.
2-23: The Thaw
Voyager works to save a group of aliens from stasis when a dangerous computer infection threatens all of their lives.
A transporter malfunction merges the patterns of Neelix and Tuvok to form a new being.
Janeway and Chakotay are left behind on a planet when each of them become infected with a disease that will kill them if they leave.
2-26: Basics, Part I
The Kazon-Nistrim overtake Voyager, stranding the crew on a primitive planet.