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.
4-09: Year of Hell, Part II
Armed with temporal shields, Voyager makes a stand against Annorax.
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.
4-12: Mortal Coil
When Neelix returns from death, his spiritual beliefs are put in doubt.
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.
Seven of Nine's latent memory of being attacked prompts an intense investigation.
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.