Prod # Title Stardate Airdate DS93's Rating
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Synopsis

817 Projections 48892.1 1995.09.13 * * *
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The Doctor is activated to find the ship on Red Alert and evacuated after a Kazon attack, but when crewmembers turn up that the Computer failed to notice, the Doctor discovers that he is actually Dr. Louis Zimmerman (the creator of his program), and that everyone else is just a holographic projection. Lt. Barclay (who is Zimmerman's assistant) projects himself into the program to convince the Doctor that he is on a holodeck on a station at Jupiter, and he must end the simulation or die. Written by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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818 Elogium 48921.3 1995.09.20 * * ½
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Voyager stops to investigate space dwelling creatures, but before they know it, they are getting pulled along with them. Meanwhile, some type of emissons being sent out by the creatures, begin to affect Kes, by speeding up her growth, and bringing her to the stage of her lifespan to have child, something that shouldn't happen 'till she's four or five, when she's not even two. Teleplay by: Kenneth Biller and Jeri Taylor. Story by: Jimmy Diggs & Steve J. Kay. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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819 Twisted Unknown 1995.10.04 * * ½
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It is Kes's 2nd birthday, when the ship encounters a spacial anomoly. When Janeway is called to the bridge, she finds she cannot get there, as all attempts seem to lead her back to the holodeck on deck six, where she just was. With the help of the rest of the crew, who also become trapped on deck six, they discover that the ship keeps changing, becoming twisted. Teleplay by: Kenneth Biller. Story by: Arnold Rudnick & Rich Hosek. Directed by: Kim Friedman.
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820 The 37s 48975.1 1995.08.30 * * * ½
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When the crew discover a rusted up 1937 Ford pick-up truck, floating in space, they manage to tune into to an S.O.S. on the truck's AM radio. They follow the S.O.S. to a planet where they find Amelia Earhart and seven other people from 1937 Earth in cryogenic stasis. They also find that the rest of the planet is inhabited by descendants of other humans brought from Earth at the same time. Written by: Jeri Taylor & Brannon Braga. Directed by: James L. Conway.
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821 Initiations 49005.3 1995.09.06 * * * ½
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While performing an Indian ritual aboard a shuttle in Kazon space, Chakotay comes under attack by Kar, a young Kazon warrior, on his first mission to earn his name. But when Kar fails to either defeat Chakotay or die in battle, he is shamed, with no hope of earning a name, and they are both taken prisoner by the Kazon ship. When Kar helps Chakotay escape, they are shot down, and become stuck on a Kazon training moon, where Chakotay realizes he must help Kar get his name. Written by: Kenneth Biller. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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822 Non Sequitur 49011 1995.09.27 * * * ½
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When Harry Kim's shuttle intersects a time stream, he gets transported into an alternate reality in which his request to serve on Voyager was turned down, and he's living a life in the Starfleet Engineering corps in San Francisco, not to mention engaged to be married. But when he's put under surveillance supposedly having illegally obtained Voyager security codes, things are made tough for him to try to get back to his own time. Written by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: David Livingston.
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823 Partuition Unknown 1995.10.11 * * * ½
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As jealous tensions between Paris and Neelix, over Kes, increse, Janeway orders them on a mission together to look for signs of vegetation on a planet, where the atmosphere is so bad, it is nicknamed 'Planet Hell'. Written by: Tom Szollosi. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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824 Persistence Of Vision Unknown 1995.11.01 * * ½
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Trying to prepare for first contact with a new race, a 2-inch doctor orders an exhausted Janeway to the holodeck for R&R. Soon items from her holo-novel turn up outside the holodeck; and when they finally meet with the new species, the ship is attacked and soon vitually the entire crew becomes catatonic. Written by: Jeri Taylor. Directed by: James L. Conway.
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825 Tattoo Unknown 1995.11.08 * * * *
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Chakotay must call upon his memories culturely rich experience from when he was a teen and his then rebellious nature found it boring. Now abandoned on a planet 70 000 light years from his people, Chakotay must use his experience to open up to the sky people of his race in order to get back to Voyager. Meanwhile, to prove his patients shouldn't be so whiney, the Doctor programs himself with a 29-hour flu. Teleplay by: Michael Piller. Story by: Larry Brody. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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826 Cold Fire Unknown 1995.11.15 * * * *
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When the remains of the Caretaker show signs of life, it is discovered that they are picking up and reflecting the lifesigns of the female caretaker being. Following the lifesigns, Voyager comes across an array with an advanced Ocompan society living aboard it. Their leader helps Kes to use her metal abilities, which Tuvok has been helping her to develop to create life as well as take it away. It seems as though both the Ocompans and the other entity are under the impression, that they were responsible for the death of the first Caretaker. Teleplay by: Brannon Braga. Story by: Anthony Williams. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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827 Maneuvers 49208.5 1995.11.22 * * * ½
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After picking up a Federation signal, Voyager is attacked by the Kazon-Nistrim. After successfully penetrating the shields, the Kazon steal a transporter moduale from Voyager. It is discovered Cardassian spy Seska is working with them. Feeling responsible for her actions, Chakotay goes after Seska and the transporter moduale, himself. Written by: Kenneth Biller. Directed by: David Livingston.
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828 Resistance Unknown 1995.11.29 * * * *
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While trying to retrieve a compound vital to the operation of the ship's systems, Tuvok and B'Elana are taken prisoner by the military for that planet, while Janeway was rescued by an old man who mis-took her for his daughter. Still believing Janeway to be his daughter, he assists her in getting into the prison where Tuvok and B'Elana are being held, and where his wife and daughter were held. Teleplay by: Lisa Klink. Story by: Michael Jan Friedman & Kevin J. Ryan. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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829 Prototype Unknown 1996.01.17 * * *
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The Voyager beams aboard a mechanical life form adrift in space. With Harry's help, B'Elanna eventually manages to repair and reactivate the robot. Upon returning the android to his people, he then kidnaps B'Elanna, so may build them a prototype android, so their mechanized race can procreate. Written by: Nicholas Corea. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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830 Deathwish 49301.2 1996.02.21 * * * ½
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Attempting to beam a core sample from an unusual asteroid, the ship ends up taking aboard Q; a Q anyway. This one had been imprisoned to prevent himself from committing suicide. Upon discovering Q's release from the asteroid, Q comes aboard to send him back; but Q requests asylum aboard Voyager. A hearing is then convened with Janeway as mediator, Q representing the continuum, and Tuvok representing Q, who if granted asylum will change his name to Quinn. Teleplay by: Michael Piller. Story by: Shawn Piller. Directed by: James L. Conway.
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831 Alliances 49337.4 1996.01.24 * *
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Acting on Chakotay's advice, Janeway decides to form an alliance with one of the Kazon sects. In his failed attempt at contacting one of the sects, Neelix falls in with a group of Trabe, sworn enemies of all Kazon. The Trabe gladly agree to an alliance with Voyager. But it is it the type of alliance Janeway wants?. Written by: Jeri Taylor. Directed by: Les Landau.
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832 Threshold 49373.4 1996.01.31 * ½
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In an attempt to break the "Warp 10 Barrier", Paris, after manning the test flight, begins to evolve into something never seen before. Teleplay by: Brannon Braga. Story by: Michael De Luca. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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833 Meld Unknown 1996.02.07 * * * *
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When a crewman is discovered dead, it turns out to be murder. During his investigation, Tuvok melds with the murderer to discover motive; but in so doing, unleashes his own violent tendencies, supressed by millions of years of evolution and logic. Meanwhile, Paris runs a pool to win replicator rations. Teleplay by: Michael Piller. Story by: Michael Sussman. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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834 Dreadnaught 49447 1996.02.14 * * *
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When Voyager comes across debris left by Cardassian weapons-fire, B'Elanna recognizes it to be her fault. The weapons-fire originated from a Cardassian torpedo which B'Elanna had reprogrammed with a new target on Cardassia. En route, however, the Caretaker had evidently snatched it from the Alpha Quadrant. With the torpedo's computer unaware that it is now in the Delta Quadrant, B'Elanna must stop it before it destroys millions of innocent lives. Written by: Gary Holland. Directed by: Levar Burton.
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835 Investigations 49485.2 1996.03.13 * * ½
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As Neelix starts up his new show, "A Briefing With Neelix", he learns that crewmember Tom Paris is leaving the ship to join a Talaxian convoy. However, not long after leaving Voyager, he is abducted by the Kazon Nistrim-Sect. Wondering how the Kazon learned of Paris' transfer so quickly, Neelix starts spy-hunting, and uncovers something startling. Teleplay by: Jeri Taylor. Story by: Jeff Schnaufer & Ed Bond. Directed by: Les Landau.
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836 Lifesigns 49504.3 1996.02.21 * * * ½
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The Voyager takes aboard a dying Vidiian doctor. In order to save her, the Doctor transfers her neural synaptic patterns into the sickbay holo-pattern buffer, and gives her a holographic body, while he can operate on her own body. But will she want her own body back? Meanwhile, Lt. Paris continues to grow more and more insubordinate. Written by: Kenneth Biller. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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837 Deadlock 49548.7 1996.03.20 * * * ½
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After picking up, Vidiian ships inside a nebula, Voyager comes under attack, from proton beams, and suffers heavy damage and casualties, including Harry Kim and Ensign Wildman's newborn daughter. When it's discovered that the proton beams originated from another Voyager occupying the same space, they try to merge them, as they are still using one source of antimatter. When their efforts produce the reverse effect, it becomes clear one ship must be destroyed. Written by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: David Livingston.
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838 Innocence Unknown 1996.04.10 * *
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Tuvok is stranded on a moon with three alien children, who are convinced a monster will take them as they sleep. Meanwhile, Janeway tries to open trade negotations with the inhabitants of the moon's planet. Teleplay by: Lisa Klink. Story by: Anthony Williams. Directed by: James L. Conway.
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839 The Thaw Unknown 1996.05.01 * * * * ½
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The ship comes across an abandoned trading post where a major solar flare had previously wiped out all life on the surface. Inhabitants had escaped underground and plunged their minds into a virtual reality system which should of waked them four years ago. Finding two dead, Harry and B'Lanna enter the VR system to discover what went wrong. There they find Fear, a maniacal clown who's holding the inhabitants hostage in the system and now them. Teleplay by: Joe Menosky. Story by: Richad Gadas. Directed by: Marvin V. Rush.
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840 Tuvix 49655.2 1996.05.08 * * *
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A transporter accident causes Tuvok's and Neelix's patterns to merge...creating Tuvix. Can the Voyager crew separate the patterns? And if they can, will Tuvix willingly give up his new life? Teleplay by: Kenneth Biller. Story by: Andrew Shepard Price & Mark Gaberman. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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841 Resolutions 49690.1 1996.05.15 * * ½
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After Janeway and Chakotay contract a rare disease through an insect bite, the ship is forced to abandon them on the planet where the insect lives as the planet's atmosphere will provide them with a natural immunity. Meanwhile, after the Doctor having exhausted every possibility, Tuvok must decide whether to risk going to the Vidiians for a cure. Written by: Jeri Taylor. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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842 Basics, Part I Unknown 1996.05.22 * * *
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Chakotay receives a distress call from Seska, who claims that when Cullugh saw her baby wasn't his, went into a rage, and that she was now fleeing him. The ship takes aboard her accomplice who claims she's dead and that he was left to die. Now they must go rescue the baby from the Nistrim. But it may still be a trap. Written by: Michael Piller. Directed by: David Livingston.
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