Prod # Title Stardate Airdate DS93's Rating
Visitor Rating
Synopsis

843 Sacred Ground 50063.2 1996.10.30 * * * *
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Upon unknowingly entering a sacred temple, Kes is almost killed by a natural occurring force field, which induces her into a coma. To save her, Janeway must go through a sacred ritual with the monks of the temple so she may request the spirit's to forgive Kes's actions. Teleplay by:Lisa Klink. Story by: Geo Cameron. Directed by: Robert Duncan McNeill.
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844 False Profits 50074.3 1996.10.02 * * * ½
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Checking out a trace of a wormhole, the crew find two Ferengis have taken over a planet, by claiming to be gods from the planet's mythology. The crew must find a way to return life to normal on that planet, and get the two Ferengis back to the Alpha Quadrant. Teleplay by:Joe Menosky. Story by: George A. Brozak. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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845 Flashback 50126.4 1996.09.11 * * * * *
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A recurring vision supposedly from his childhood, requires, Tuvok to mindmeld with Janeway, but in trying to take them back to the incident, they are instead taken back to Tuvok's time on the Excelsior around the time it is hit by the energy wave caused by the explosion of the Klingon moon Praxis (ST VI:TUC). Somewhere among the likes of Captain Sulu, Commander Janice Rand and Lieutenant Dimitri Valtane lies the key to saving Tuvok's life. Written by:Brannon Braga. Directed by: David Livingston.
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846 Basics, Part II 50032.7 1996.09.04 * * *
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Having been abandoned on a seemingly unstable planet, the crew must make out best they can, while hoping for rescue, and facing a dangerous tunnelling creature and violent natives. Meanwhile, the Doctor and Ensign Suder plot to retake control of the ship, while Lt. Paris manages to get back to Talaxian space for help. Written by:Michael Piller. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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847 The Chute 50156.2 1996.09.18 * * ½
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Accused and convicted of a bombing, while visiting a planet, Paris and Kim are tossed down a chute into a prison supposedly deep underground. Fixed with clamp, that causes nerves to tense, Paris and Kim search for an escape route; while Voyager looks to free them. Teleplay by:Kenneth Biller. Story by: Clayvon C. Harris. Directed by: Les Landau.
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848 Remember 50203.1 1996.10.09 *
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Transporting a group of people from a colony back to their homeworld, B'Elanna experiences through intense and passionate dreams, via telepathy, the truth about what life is like for these people. Teleplay by:Lisa Klink. Story by: Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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849 The Swarm 50252.3 1996.09.25 * * ½
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The ship must pass through an area of space, where they come under attack by a swarm of alien ships. Meanwhile, the Doctor is experiencing a synaptic cascade failure, and his diagnostic program (who also looks like EMH creator Dr. Louis Zimmerman) must be activated to help. Written by:Mike Sussman. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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850 Future's End, Part I Unknown 1996.11.06 * * * * *
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When Voyager is attacked by a Federation timeship from the future, they are accidentally sent back to Earth, 1996 Beaming down to search for evidence of the timeship that attacked them, they find a 20th century billionaire, has been expecting them. Written by:Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: David Livingston.
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851 Future's End, Part II Unknown 1996.11.13 * * * ½
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With 29th century technology at his disposal, Starling uses the Doctor as a bargaining chip to stop Voyager as the crew work to find a way of stopping Starling from using the timeship and destroying the timeline. Written by:Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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852 Warlord 50348.1 1996.11.20 * * ½
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After rescuing survivors from a damaged spaceship, one of them dies in sickbay, but not before transferring his consciousness to Kes. It turns out he was a Warlord who has found a way to extend his life and two centuries ago was overthrown by the ancestors of the current governement on his planet. Now, using Kes's body, he plans to launch a coup to retake control. Teleplay by:Lisa Klink. Story by: Andrew Shepard Price & Mark Gaberman. Directed by: David Livingston.
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853 The Q And The Grey 50384.2 1996.11.27 * * * *
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Q appears in Janeway's quarters with a request for her to be the mother of his child. His intention is to introduce human DNA into the continuum in an effort to rebuild the continuum and save it from the destruction of the civil war now going on due to the suicide of Q-uinn. Teleplay by:Kenneth Biller. Story by: Shawn Piller. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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854 Macrocosm Unknown 1996.12.04 *
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After having caused insults, for which Neelix had to appologize, Janeway returns, with Neelix from visiting the Tac-Tac, only to find Voyager infected with giant-sized micro-organisms, for which the Doctor has developed an antogen, but has been unable to test it on the crew. Written by:Brannon Braga. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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855 Alter Ego Unknown 1997.01.15 * *
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While visiting a rare type of nebulae, Harry Kim falls for a holodeck woman, and seeks advice from Tuvok to get her out of his mind. However, upon meeting her, Tuvok finds her more logical, perceptive and intriguing than a typical holodeck character, and when she appears in his quarters...? Meanwhile B'Lana struggles with getting warp propulsion and helm control to interact the way they should. Written by:Joe Menosky. Directed by: Robert Picardo.
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856 Fair Trade Unknown 1997.01.08 * ½
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Before entering a new region of space, known as the Nekrit Expanse, which is more like a large gaseous anomaly, Voyager stops a space station on the edge, to trade for supplies. There Neelix meets up with an old Talaxian friend, who offers him a chance to get his hands on a map of the upcoming space, in that he may keep his usefulness aboard Voyager, but in so doing, Neelix becomes involved in illegal activity, which leads to the arrest of two officers, from which he is prevented, by an old debt, from informing Janeway about. Teleplay by:Andre Bormanis. Story by: Ronald Wilkerson & Jean Louise Matthias. Directed by: Jesús Salvador Treviño.
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857 Blood Fever 50537.2 1997.02.05 * * * *
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With Ensign Vorak nearing his Ponn Farr, his Vulcan instincts demand that he take a mate. But when his desires seek out and form a telepathic link with B'Elanna, causing her to behave irrationally, critically endangering a mission to recover a type of mineral. Written by:Lisa Klink. Directed by: Andrew Robinson.
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858 Coda 50518.6, 1997.01.29 *
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When Janeway's and Chakotay's shuttle is forced to crash land, they apparently find themselves in a repeating time loop. Eventually Janeway's watching herself die on the planet, then in sickbay on the ship; after which she receives a visitation from her late father telling her to accept her death and to move on. Written by:Jeri Taylor. Directed by: Nancy Malone.
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859 Unity 50614.2 1997.02.12 * * ½
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Following a mapping expidition in the Nekrit expanse, Chakotay and Ensign Kaplan, pick up a distress signal with a Federation signature, and respond to it. Meanwhile, the ship stumbles upon a Borg ship, dead in space. Among the colony Chakotay discovers are survivors from the Borg attack at Wolf 359 that had been assimilated and since broken from the link; and they now want to reestablish a link among themselves. Written by:Kenneth Biller. Directed by: Robert Duncan McNeill.
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860 Rise Unknown 1997.02.26 * * *
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On a search and rescue mission, Tuvok & Neelix's shuttle crashlands on a desert plain recently hit by asteroid fragments. Together with the help of natives, they must find away to get a cable car working that will climb a satellite tether to an altitude, where they can contact Voyager. But between the bickering between Tuvok and Neelix, and the possibility of an on board traitor, will any of them survive the journey. Teleplay by:Brannon Braga. Story by: Jimmy Diggs. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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861 The Darkling 50693.1 1997.02.19 * *
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Visiting an outpost of a species that can provide them with navigational information on the upcoming area of space, Kes starts to have feelings for one of them. Meanwhile, the Doctor in experimenting with adding new subroutines to his program has accidentally created himself an evil alter ego which attacks Kes's new interest. Teleplay by:Joe Menosky. Story by: Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: Alex Singer.
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862 Favorite Son 50732.4 1997.03.19 * *
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After making a seemingly irrational decision of judgment on the bridge, Kim discovers that it was due to apparent dormant genes now surfacing, apparently making him a member of a Delta Quadrant species which claims to procreate by sending embryos out across the galaxy to incorporate new DNA into their society. Written by:Lisa Klink. Directed by: Marvin Rush.
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863 Before And After Various 1997.04.09 * * * *
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Kes discovers she's moving backward through time, from the time of her death, to the time of her conception. At each point along the way she tries to find a way to reverse the process. Written by:Kenneth Biller. Directed by: Allan Kroekner.
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864 Real Life 50836.2 1997.04.23 * * * *
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The Doctor creates himself a family on the holodeck; the only problem is, they're a little too perfect. But not long after B'Elanna modifies them, the Doctor, comes close to losing both of his new children; his son to Klingons, and his daughter to a head injury; while his wife feels left out of planning. Meanwhile, Tom takes a shuttle into an energy wave to collect plasma for the warp engines. Teleplay by:Jeri Taylor. Story by: Harry Doc Kloor. Directed by: Anson Williams.
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865 Distant Origin Unknown 1997.04.30 * * * * ½
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Two Voth scientists, Gegen & Veer, have just discovered, analyzing the remains of Ensign Suder, that their race is genetically linked to the people of Earth. That they are the cold blooded offshoot of a type of lizard believed to have died out at the end of the cretatious period on Earth. Written by:Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: David Livingston.
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866 Displaced 50912.4 1997.05.07 * * ½
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When an alien appears on board, it is discovered Kes is missing. Soon other crewmembers begin disappearing, and replaced by other members of this species. B'Elanna soon discovers the new race is just playing innocent and is behind the replacements, but unable to tell anyone before being transported away. Soon it is down to just Chakotay, who downloads the Doctor's program into the portable holo-emitter just in time before teleported himself. Once all there, they are told that they are to spend the rest of their lives in this habitat designed especially for them; and their ship will be used to defend their captors' worlds. Written by:Lisa Klink Directed by: Allan Kroeker.
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867 Worst Case Scenario 50953.4 1997.05.14 * * * * ½
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When B'Elanna discovers a holo-novel, which depicts Chakotay leading a Maquis mutiny and recruiting a young security ensign played by whoever runs the program, the entire crew is soon accessing it. But the story is incomplete, and when Tuvok and Paris try to finish it, they discover that Seska had already long since finished it, about a month before she left to join the Kazon. Now Paris and Tuvok, the only two aboard to "betray" the Maquis, are now trapped in the holodeck with safeties off, running a program written with them ending up dead. Written by:Kenneth Biller. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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868 Scorpion, Part I 50984.3 1997.05.21 * * * ½
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As Janeway starts a new set of experiences in the holodeck with Leonardo Da Vinci, the Voyager enters Borg space. There, they witness an alien force all but destroy fifteen Borg cubes. Investigating the wreckage Kim is infected by one of the new aliens, while Kes receives telepathic premonitions from them and feels their hatred. Written by:Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: David Livingston.
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