Star Trek: Voyager
Original Airdates: 2000-2001
Voyager’s final season has a tone that’s warmer and more light-hearted than earlier seasons. Perhaps it’s derived from the crew’s more frequent contacts with home. The season brings the crew home, the possible destruction of the Borg, a Maquis mutiny, the return of Seska, Tom and B’Elanna’s baby, and Neelix’s happy ending.
7-01: Unimatrix Zero, Part II
The assimilated Janeway, Tuvok, and Torres drones help protect Unimatrix Zero from the Borg Queen.
Seven of Nine’s cortical node malfunctions, leaving Voyager to scavage a Borg vessel for a replacement.
The Delta Flyer enters a competitive race and Tom and B’Elanna finally say “I Do.”
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.
7-05: Critical Care
The Doctor's program is stolen and forced to serve an alien species.
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.
Harry Kim’s first true command is jeopardized when the ship’s true mission is exposed.
7-09/10: Flesh and Blood
The Hirogen’s holographic prey fights back and tempts The Doctor into joining their cause.
Recalling unpleasant childhood memories, B’Elanna tries to secretly alter her fetus’s DNA to appear fully human.
A species’ justice system is questioned when The Doctor develops a potential cure for their criminal tendencies.
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.
7-18: Human Error
Seven of Nine explores romance with a hologram of Commander Chakotay.
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.
When Voyager encounters a Talaxian colony, Neelix falls in love with one of its inhabitants and her son.
7-24: Renaissance Man
The Doctor is forced to steal Voyager’s warp core to save Captain Janeway.