Prod # Title Stardate Airdate DS93's Rating
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869 Scorpion, Part II 51003.7 1997.09.03 * * *
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Fleening an attack from Species 8472, Kes continues to have visions. Janeway manages to form an alliance with the Borg, but when she is injured in an attack, Chakotay takes command and diobeys her orders. Written by: Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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870 The Gift Unknown 1997.09.10 * * * * ½
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Seven of Nine struggles against Janeway to get a subspace message back to the Borg so she may be re-assimilated back into the collective; except her human physiology is trying to re-assert itself over the Borg implants. Meanwhile, Kes's metabolism advances to a state that it starts to jeopordize the molecular integrity of the ship's hull. Written by: Joe Menosky. Directed by: Anson Williams.
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871 Nemesis 51082.4 1997.09.24 * *
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When Commander Chakotay's shttle crash lands in a warzone, he begins to sympathize with the side he fell in on; and fights alongside them. Written by: Kenneth Biller. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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872 Day Of Honor Unknown 1997.09.17 * * *
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As Seven of Nine assists B'Elanna in reconfiguring the deflector dish to create a transwarp conduit, Voyager makes contact with the Catani, a race in need of food and medicine. When the first transwarp test fails, B'Elanna's forced to eject the warp core. But upon going after it in a shuttle, she and Paris are attacked by the Catani, and forced to beam themselves out into space. Written by: Jeri Taylor. Directed by: Jesús Salvador Treviño.
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873 Revulsion 51186.2 1997.10.01 * * *
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Tom gets assigned to sickbay as the Doctor and B'Elanna answer a distress call from a hologram bent on proving himself superior to organic lifeforms. Meanwhile, Harry is assigned to work with Seven and begins to have feelings for her. Written by: Lisa Klink. Directed by: Kenneth Biller.
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574 The Raven Unknown 1997.10.08 * * * *
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As Seven begins to have visions of running from the Borg, her Borg implants begin to reassert themselves. Meanwhile, Janeway begins negotiations to cross B'Omar space. Seven then steals a shuttle and proceeds into B'Omar space, believing the Borg are there and are calling to her. Teleplay by: Bryan Fuller. Story by: Bryan Fuller and Harry Doc Kloor. Directed by: Levar Burton.
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875 Scientific Method 51244.3 1997.10.29 * * *
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When members of the crew begin to undergo various mutations, it is discovered that they are being experimented on by aliens out of phase from them. Teleplay by: Lisa Klink. Story by: Sherry Klein and Harry Doc Kloor. Directed by: David Livingston.
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876 Year of Hell, Part I 51268.4 1997.11.05 * * *
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With the completion of the Astrometrics Lab, Voyager plots a new course to shave five years off their journey. Along their new course, they encounter the Krenim, a race who causes powerful damage to their ship. Written by: Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: Allan Kroeker.
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877 Year Of Hell, Part II 51252.3 1997.11.12 * * * ½
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With only the command crew left aboard Voyager, they continue to outwit Krenim ships, while making repairs. Meanwhile, as Tom Paris seeks a means of escape from Annorax's timeship, Chakotay becomes caught up in his insights about time. Written by: Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: Mike Vejar.
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878 Random Thoughts 51367.2 1997.11.19 * * *
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While visiting the telepathic species, the Mari, a society from which all violent thought has been purged, B'Elanna has a momentary flash of violence which leads to a public beating. She is subsequently arrested for the crime. Written by: Kenneth Biller. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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879 Concerning Flight 51386.4 1997.11.26 * * * ½
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After an all but successful flying attempt in the holodeck, Voyager comes under attack and various itmes are beamed off or stolen, including the computer core. In the crew's search, they find and enlist the help of Janeway's holographic Leonardo Da Vinci. Teleplay by: Joe Menosky. Story by: Jimmy Diggs and Joe Menosky. Directed by: Jesús Salvador Treviño.
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880 Mortal Coil 51449.2 1997.12.17 * * * ½
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Neelix dies on an away mission, and is then revived by Seven, using Borg medical technology. He then questions his beliefs about the afterlife, when they don't live up to what he's been taught. Also, we finally get to meet Ensign Wildman's daughter, Naomi. Written by: Bryan Fuller. Directed by: Allan Kroeker.
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881 Message In A Bottle Unknown 1998.01.21 * * * * ½
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When Voyager comes across an alien communications array, they spot a Starfleet vessel in the Alpha Quadrant, and transmit the Doctor to it upon failing voice communication. Also Voyager is introduced to a new species, the Hirogen. Teleplay by: Lisa Klink. Story by: Rick Williams. Directed by: Nancy Malone.
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882 Waking Moments 51471.3 1998.01.14 * * ½
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When members of the crew see the same alien in their nightmares, it seems a little more than coincidence. But when six crewmembers can't wake up, Chakotay enters a lucid dream to get some answers. Written by: Andre Bormanis. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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883 Hunters 51501.4 1998.02.11 * * * ½
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Voyager heads toward another Hirogen array after picking up part of a Starfleet message sent through it. As crewmembers catch up on their families back home, the Hirogen move in and capture Tuvok and Seven. First in a 5-episode arc. Written by: Jeri Taylor. Directed by: David Livingston.
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884 Prey 51652.3 1998.02.18 * * * ½
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Janeway rescues a wounded Hirogen from a damaged ship. But when it is discovered that the creature that attacked the Hirogen is on board and is Species 8472, friction escalates between Janeway and Seven of Nine. Written by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: Allan Eastman.
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885 Retrospect 51658.2 1998.02.25 * * ½
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When Seven attacks and nearly kills a visiting scientist, the Doctor discovers she is repressing memories of a brutal assult. Teleplay by: Bryan Fuller & Lisa Klink. Story by: Andrew Shepard Price & Mark Gaberman. Directed by: Jesús Salvador Treviño.
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886 The Killing Game, Part I Unknown 1998.03.04 * * * * ½
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The Hirogen have invaded Voyager and are forcing some of the crew to fight in various holodeck simulations; the most prominent one being WWII. Meanwhile Kim is being forced to expand the holodecks for the Hirogen and the Doc is treating injury after injury. Written by: Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: David Livingston.
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887 The Killing Game, Part II 51715.2 1998.03.04 * * * *
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The fighting moves throughout Voyager, with the Americans believing it to be a secret Nazi bunker. Meanwhile, Janeway works to restore her crew's memories, and make a truce with the Hirogen. Written by: Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: Victor Lobl.
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888 Vis À Vis 51762.4 1998.04.08 * * *
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Assisting an alien named Steth with repairs on an experimental coaxial warp drive, the alien is actually a DNA theif who switches identities with Paris. Written by: Robert J. Doherty. Directed by: Jesús Salvador Treviño.
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889 The Omega Directive 51781.2 1998.04.15 * * * ½
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When sensors suddenly display nothing except "", the last letter of the Greek alphabet, Janeway must contemplate what to do about the highly dangerous Omega Molocule. Meanwhile Seven, who knows about Omega from the Borg and assimilated Starfleet captains, tries to convince Janeway to harness Omega, rather than destroy it. Teleplay by: Lisa Klink. Story by: Jimmy Diggs & Steve J. Kay. Directed by: Victor Lobl.
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890 Unforgettable 51813.4 1998.04.22 *
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Chakotay and Voyager first rescue and then grant assylum to a woman who says she spent several weeks on Voyager not too long ago, and even fell in love with Chakotay, only no one can remember as her species blocks long term memories of others. Teleplay by: Greg Elliot. Story by: Michael Perricone. Directed by: Andrew J. Robinson.
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891 Living Witness Unknown 1998.04.29 * * * *
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700 years after Voyager's pass through the Delta Quadrant, the Doctor is reactivated in an alien museum which depicts Voyager and her crew as a warship filled with savages which started a great war on their planet. Teleplay by: Bryan Fuller. Story by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: Tim Russ.
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892 Demon Unknown 1998.05.06 * * *
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With deuterium levels all but exhausted, and ship systems down to minimum operating level, Harry and Tom volunteer to go down to a "demon-class" planet to collect deuterium; where they are apparently converted to breathe the planet's poisonous gasses. Teleplay by: Kenneth Biller. Story by: Andre Bormanis. Directed by: Anson Williams
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893 One 51929.3 1998.05.13 * * * * ½
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In order to spend a month passing through a nebula, which would take more than a year to go around and which is harmful to most humanoid life, the entire crew must be put into stacis, leaving Seven and the Doctor in charge of the ship. Written by: Jeri Taylor. Directed by: Kenneth Biller.
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894 Hope And Fear 51978.2 1998.05.20 * * * ½
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Voyager grants passage to an alien who translates their message from Starfleet. The message leads them to a ship which can get them home in three months. Teleplay by: Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Story by: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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