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Star Trek: Voyager

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Season 6 (1999-2000)

  • 9/22/1999. Equinox, Part II *** — As Janeway's determination to capture Captain Ransom becomes an obsession, Ransom begins having second thoughts about his methods.
  • 9/29/1999. Survival Instinct *** — The arrival of three mysterious "individuals" among an influx of visitors to Voyager has mysterious consequences for Seven, who must relive a Borg experience from eight years earlier.
  • 10/6/1999. Barge of the Dead **** — A near-death experience sends Torres into the apparent Klingon afterlife, and leaves her searching for answers when she returns.
  • 10/13/1999. Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy ***1/2 — The Doctor alters his program, allowing himself to daydream—but the unexpected arises when a crewman on an alien ship taps into Doc's program in an attempt to spy on Voyager.
  • 10/20/1999. Alice **1/2 — Paris undertakes a project to restore a highly maneuverable shuttle ... but finds the project turning into a mysterious obsession he cannot deny.
  • 11/3/1999. Riddles ** — A mysterious alien attack leaves Tuvok's brain damaged and his personality altered, leading Neelix to try to rehabilitate him.
  • 11/10/1999. Dragon's Teeth ** — From a stasis of nearly 900 years, the Voyager crew awakens members of an almost-wiped-out alien society, who now ask that Janeway help them escape their enemies so they can rebuild their way of life.
  • 11/17/1999. One Small Step ***1/2 — Chakotay leads a Delta Flyer mission into a spatial anomaly to retrieve a three-century-old historic Mars mission spacecraft.
  • 11/24/1999. The Voyager Conspiracy **1/2 — Seven of Nine uncovers evidence supporting a theory that Voyager was not stranded in the Delta Quadrant by accident, and that a conspiracy was orchestrated at the chain of command's highest levels.
  • 12/1/1999. Pathfinder **** — Lieutenant Barclay, part of a Starfleet science team attempting to establish communications with Voyager, believes he has devised a workable procedure ... but finds his efforts stymied by his obsession with holodeck re-creations of the Voyager crew.
  • 1/12/2000. Fair Haven ** — A new holodeck program brings the Voyager crew to a relaxing Irish town, and Janeway finds herself romantically intrigued by one of its residents.
  • 1/19/2000. Blink of an Eye *** — Trapped in the orbit of a planet with a time-rate differential where the inhabitants live out generations in mere hours, Voyager becomes a centuries-standing fixture in the society's mythos.
  • 1/26/2000. Virtuoso ** — A society that has never heard music is awed by the Doctor's singing abilities, and he quickly becomes a celebrity among their people.
  • 2/2/2000. Memorial *** — Four members of the crew return from a two-week away mission with repressed memories of participating in a violent massacre, leading to an investigation as to where the massacre was committed and how the away team was involved.
  • 2/9/2000. Tsunkatse **1/2 — When Seven and Tuvok are captured, Seven is forced into fighting in a violent arena sports-entertainment spectacle.
  • 2/16/2000. Collective ** — A group of adolescent Borg holds an away team hostage and demands Janeway turn over her ship's navigational deflector so they can contact the Borg and rejoin the collective.
  • 2/23/2000. Spirit Folk * — A holodeck malfunction causes the characters in the Fair Haven simulation to become more aware of their surroundings than they should be.
  • 3/1/2000. Ashes to Ashes **1/2 — An alien woman seeks refuge on Voyager, claiming she was a member of the Voyager crew who was killed three years ago and later revived by an alien society.
  • 3/8/2000. Child's Play *** — Seven's feelings and maternal instincts are awakened when the crew locates the parents of one of the Borg children to whom Seven has grown attached.
  • 3/15/2000. Good Shepherd *** — Janeway takes three misfit crewmen on a Delta Flyer mission in hopes that she will be able to connect with them.
  • 4/19/2000. Live Fast and Prosper ** — Con artists impersonate members of the Voyager crew and use the false identities to scheme valuables from unwitting aliens.
  • 4/26/2000. Muse ***1/2 — Torres is stranded on a primitive world, where a poet wants to use Voyager's experiences as story material for a play he is writing.
  • 5/3/2000. Fury *1/2 — Kes returns with a hidden agenda that sends her back in time in an attempt to undermine Voyager in the early weeks of its Delta Quadrant stranding.
  • 5/10/2000. Life Line ***1/2 — The Doctor requests that his program be transmitted to the Alpha Quadrant so he can treat his creator, Dr. Lewis Zimmerman, who is suffering from a terminal illness.
  • 5/17/2000. The Haunting of Deck Twelve *1/2 — Neelix tells the four Borg children a scary story about an alien lifeform to keep their minds occupied during a shipwide crisis.
  • 5/24/2000. Unimatrix Zero, Part I *** — Seven of Nine is contacted by Borg drones who have the ability to exist in a virtual realm that gives them freedom as individuals.
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