Reviews of Voyager were written from 1995-2001 during the original run of the series. Note: All reviews contain spoilers.
Season 7 (2000-2001)
10/4/2000. Unimatrix Zero, Part II — Partially transformed into Borg drones, Janeway, Tuvok, and Torres run a covert operation on board a Borg ship to infect the collective with a virus that will free subdued individuals from the hive's control.
10/11/2000. Imperfection — A key Borg component in Seven's brain begins shutting down, leading to the possibility that she may be facing the equivalent of a terminal illness.
10/18/2000. Drive — Torres and Paris' relationship takes a twist on the eve of a shuttle racing event Paris has entered, celebrating the anniversary of a peace treaty in a former war zone.
10/25/2000. Repression — An investigation of mysterious attacks on members of the crew uncovers a buried plot involving Tuvok and a Maquis fanatic.
11/1/2000. Critical Care — The Doctor is abducted and sold to an alien hospital that uses twisted ethical practices for determining the nature of treatment for its patients.
11/8/2000. Inside Man — The Voyager crew receives a transmission from the Alpha Quadrant that contains an interactive holographic program of Lieutenant Barclay, who informs them that Starfleet has found Voyager a way home.
11/15/2000. Body and Soul — In a region of space where holograms are prohibited, the Doctor is forced to hide by transferring his program into Seven's mind, upon which he takes over control of her body.
11/22/2000. Nightingale — Ensign Kim finds himself making the hard choices of mission commander when he agrees to help the crew of a ship in need.
11/29/2000. Flesh and Blood — Doc is pulled into the plight of a group of sentient holograms who were reprogrammed by the Hirogen to be resourceful and violent hunting prey.
1/17/2001. Shattered — A spatial anomaly divides Voyager into various time frames of the past and future, leaving Chakotay as the only person who may be able to put the pieces back together.
1/24/2001. Lineage — When B'Elanna learns she is pregnant, she tries to proactively repress her child's Klingon heritage on the basis of her own troubled past.
1/31/2001. Repentance — When Voyager provides emergency transportation for alien prisoners sentenced to die, a medical procedure unexpectedly and radically changes the values and temperament of one of the prisoners.
2/7/2001. Prophecy — The captain of a Klingon ship on a generational holy mission believes Torres' unborn child may lead them to a new era of enlightenment.
2/14/2001. The Void — Voyager is pulled into a barren spatial void where survival is based on preying upon others.
2/21/2001. Workforce, Part I — The Voyager crew is abducted to an alien world, where their memories are altered and they are dropped into the large population of an industrial labor force.
2/28/2001. Workforce, Part II — It's up to Chakotay, Kim, and the Doctor to liberate the Voyager crew and help uncover a conspiracy of illegal labor practices.
3/7/2001. Human Error — Seven of Nine runs a series of holodeck simulations to explore her untapped emotions.
4/11/2001. Q2 — Q comes to Voyager and asks Janeway to help him teach lessons of responsibility to his troublesome son.
4/18/2001. Author, Author — When the Doctor arranges to have his recently completed holodeck novel published in the Alpha Quadrant, certain aspects of the story hit too close to home among his shipmates.
4/25/2001. Friendship One — The Voyager crew, on a mission to track down a historic Earth probe designed to contact intelligent life, finds the probe had indeed crossed paths with another civilization, but with catastrophic results.
5/2/2001. Natural Law — Chakotay and Seven find themselves trapped with a primitive culture that is separated from the rest of its world by an energy field designed to protect them.
5/9/2001. Homestead — Neelix finds he must make hard choices when he becomes involved in the struggle of Talaxian refugees whose home in an asteroid belt is threatened by alien miners.
5/16/2001. Renaissance Man — The Doctor is forced to carry out a secret mission where he must impersonate members of the Voyager crew.
5/23/2001. Endgame — Twenty-six years in the future, a regretful Admiral Janeway hatches an audacious plan to bring Voyager home sooner, rather than have it spend an additional 16 years making its journey.
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