Star Trek: Voyager
Original Airdates: 1997-1998
Widely regarded as Voyager’s best season, Season 4 opens with the exciting conclusion of “Scorpion,” which introduces us to a new character, Seven of Nine, who will be featured prominently throughout the remainder of the series’ run.
With the addition of a major character also sees the departure of Kes in the season’s second episode, “The Gift.” Kes returns in the Season 6 episode “Fury,” but her absence is otherwise barely noticed.
4-01: Scorpion, Part II
Voyager strikes an uneasy partnership with the Borg to fend of Species 8472's invasion.
4-02: The Gift
As Voyager limps out of Borg space, Kes undergoes a dramatic transformation and a unique new member joins the crew.
4-03: Day of Honor
During an important Klingon holiday, B’Elanna’s round of bad luck intensifies when her shuttle explodes, stranding her and Tom Paris in environmental suits.
Voyager encounters a disturbed, vengeful hologram while Seven senses Kim's infatuation.
4-07: Scientific Method
Seven discovers that Voyager's crew are subjects of secret deadly experiments.
4-08: Year of Hell, Part I
Voyager is repeatedly attacked by Krenim warships while a scientist alters history by eliminating entire races from existence.
4-11: Concerning Flight
When Voyager seeks to recover stolen supplies, Janeway receives help from the holographic version of Leonardo da Vinci, who is using The Doctor’s pirated mobile emitter.
4-14: Message in a Bottle
The Doctor is sent to the Alpha Quadrant through an alien relay network, arriving aboard a Starfleet vessel commandeered by Romulans.
Voyager is confronted by the Hirogen after usings their ancient network of relay stations to retrieve letters from home.
4-18: The Killing Game, Part I
Their memories erased, Voyager’s crew are placed into a World War II holoprogram to be studied and hunted by the Hirogen.
4-19: The Killing Game, Part II
As the World War II holoprogram intensifies, Janeway, Seven, The Doctor, and Kim work to restore the crew’s memories and stop the Hirogen offensive.
4-20: The Omega Directive
Upon detecting an omega molecule, Voyager must locate and destroy it before disastrous repercussions.
Chakotay becomes involved with a mysterious woman who seeks asylum on-board Voyager.
4-22: Living Witness
In the distant future, The Doctor’s backup program is reactivated, who must now correct Voyager’s negative historical perception.
In desperate search for deuterium, Voyager lands on a “Demon” class planet after Paris and Kim go missing on its hostile surface.