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Caretaker 48315.6 1995.01.18 * * * ½
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When a Maquis ship with an undercover Starfleet officer aboard disappears in the badlands, Captain Kathryn Janeway recruits ex-Maquis, ex-Starfleet officer Tom Paris as an observer familiar with the badlands. Janeway's ship is the new Intrepid class U.S.S. Voyager NCC-74656; the only Federation Starship capable of navigating the badlands. Upon approaching the last known coordinates of the Maquis ship, Voyager is hurtled across the galaxy to the Delta Quadrant. With over half the crew dead including the entire medical staff, they are forced to activate and use as a long term replacement, the Emergency Medical Hologram. But soon the rest of the crew that survived are transported to the array that brought them to the Delta Quadrant. when all but one are returned, the crew enlist the aid of a drifting Talaxian, Neelix, to help get him back. Neelix instead introduces them to their first enemy, the Kazon, to rescue his love, an Ocompan girl, who knows the location of the missing crewman. In order to get him back both Maquis, who are also missing a crewmember, and Starfleet crews must work together. It turns out it turns out the "Caretaker" running the array, and looking after the Ocompans, is dying, and unable to return the crews to the Alpha Quadrant. Teleplay by:Michael Piller & Jeri Taylor. Story by: Rick Berman & Michael Piller & Jeri Taylor. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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803 Parallax 48439.7 1995.01.25 * * * ½
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With Maquis/Starfleet tensions increasing, Janeway must choose replacements for key personnel, including chief Engineer, but is reluctant to follow Chakotay's recommendations for B'Elanna Torres. Meanwhile the ship comes across a quantum singularity with a ship trapped in its event horizon. It's soon discovered that they're the ones trapped, and seeing a temporally displaced reflection of themselves. Teleplay by:Brannon Braga. Story by: Jim Trombetta. Directed by: Kim Friedman.
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804 Time And Again Unknown 1995.02.01 * * * * ½
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After the ship encounters a giant shockwave, the crew arrive at a planet hours after the destruction of all life on it due to a massive explosion. But while investigating the surface to discover what happened, Janeway and Paris find themselves trapped one day the planet's past, when (where) they discover that they caused the explosion. Teleplay by:David Kemper and Michael Piller. Story by: David Kemper. Directed by: Les Landau.
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805 The Phage 48532.4 1995.02.08 * * * ½
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While scouting a planetoid for Dilithium, Neelix is attacked and his lungs removed. The doctor manages to keep him alive with a pair of holographic lungs, while Voyager tracks his attacker. Their pursuit leads them to a race who call themselves the Vidiians, who harvest body parts from other races to counteract the effects of a plague known as the Phage. Teleplay by:Skye Dent and Brannon Braga. Story by: Timothy DeHaas. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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806 The Cloud 48546.2 1995.02.15 * *
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Entering a nebula in search of omicron particles to help with the power situation, the crew discover that they have actually entered a living creature, and they must now heal the wound they caused in it. Also Paris recreates a French pool pub on the holodeck. Teleplay by:Tom Szollosi and Michael Piller. Story by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: David Livingston.
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807 Eye Of The Needle 48579.4 1995.02.22 * * * ½
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The crew of the Voyager discover a small wormhole to the Alpha quadrant, big enough only to send messages through, but all they are able to contact is a small Romulan science ship with a suspicious captain. As Kes helps the Doctor become more accepted by the crew, it is discovered they may be able to transport through the wormhole. Teleplay by:Bill Dial and Jeri Taylor. Story by: Hilary J. Bader. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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808 Ex Post Facto Unknown 1995.03.01 * * *
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When Lieutenant Paris is tried and convicted of a murder he did not commit he is sentenced to relive the murder over again through his "victim's" eyes, every fourteen hours for the rest of his life. Meanwhile Kes instructs the Doctor on how to pick a name. Teleplay by:Evan Carlos Somers and Michael Piller. Story by: Evan Carlos Somers. Directed by: Levar Burton.
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809 Emanations 48623.5 1995.03.15 * * ½
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Beaming down to an asteroid, to check on the possible discovery of a 247th element, the away team discover nothing but a tomb of bodies. Returning to the ship, a subspace vacuale opens and deposits another body and in exchange takes Harry Kim. As Kim is scrutinized on another world as being the only person to return from the "afterlife", the doctor is able to revive the body left them. Written by:Brannon Braga. Directed by: David Livingston.
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810 Prime Factors 48642.5 1995.03.22 * * ½
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The crew is invited to spend time on a planet with people known for their hospitality. But when it is discovered that these people might have the technology to send Voyager 40 000 of the 70 000 light years that they are from home, Janeway must stand up for her own personal ethics, while other crewmembers try to ake matters into their own hands to try and get home. Teleplay by:Michael Perricone and Greg Elliot. Story by: David R. George & Eric A. Stillwell. Directed by: Les Landau.
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811 State Of Flux 48658.2 1995.04.12 * * * ½
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While investigating an accident aboard a Kazon ship, after receiving a distress signal from them, the crew finds all but one of them dead; and they also discover that the cause of the accident appears to orginate from a panel containing traces of Federation technology, prompting the senior officers to suspect a member of the crew. Teleplay by:Chris Abbott. Story by: Paul Robert Coyle. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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812 Heroes and Demons 48693.2 1995.04.26 * * *
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While beaming aboard a possible fuel source, Ensign Kim disappears from the holodeck, and when Tuvok and Chakotay go to investigate what happened, they disappear as well. It is then decided that the only one who can investigate it safely is the Doctor. For his first away mission, he finally chooses a name, Dr. Schuytzer. Written by:Naren Shankar. Directed by: Les Landau.
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813 Cathexis 48734.2 1995.05.03 * ½
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Chakotay's and Tuvok's shuttle returns with damage sustained from an attack inside a nebula. Upon their return it is discovered Chakotay's neural energy is missing. It soon becomes evident that another alien neural energy pattern is transferring itself from person to person. Teleplay by:Brannon Braga. Story by: Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: Kim Friedman.
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814 Faces 48784.2 1995.05.10 * * * * *
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Captured by the Vidiians, Tom, Durst, and a fully human B'Elanna are forced to work in mines for them, while a Vidiian scientist operates on fully Klingon B'Elanna, in an effort to find a cure for the phage. Upon escaping B'Elanna must come to terms with her two halves if either one of them is to survive. Teleplay by:Kenneth Biller. Story by: Jonathan Glassner and Kenneth Biller. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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815 Jetrel 48832.1 1995.05.17 * * * ½
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Painful memories of the death of his family surface, when a nemesis of Neelix comes aboard. Jetrel, the creator of a weapon used to wipe out life on Rinax, a moon around Talax and home Neelix's family, is aboard to check if Neelix suffered any radiation poisoning as a result of aiding the survivors from the deadly weapon. Teleplay by:Jack Klein & Keren Klein and Kenneth Biller. Story by: James Thornton & Scott Nimerfro. Directed by: Kim Friedman.
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816 Learning Curve 48846.5 1995.05.24 * * * ½
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Tuvok is assigned to bring a group of Maquis officers up to speed on Starfleet protocol. Meanwhile, B'Elanna must figure out what is causing gel-packs (vital to ship systems) to malfunction. Written by:Ronald Wilkerson & Jean Louise Matthias. Directed by: David Livingston.
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