Prod # Title Stardate Airdate DS93's Rating
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921 Equinox, Part II Unknown 1999.09.22 * * * ½
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Leaving Voyager Ransom takes his own ship and heads back for Earth, with uncooperative passenger 7 of 9; while the Equinox doctor seeks to further sabotage Voyager. Teleplay by: Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Story by: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by: David Livingston.
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922 Survival Instinct 53049.2 1999.09.29 * * * * *
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Three individuals locked in telepathic triad seek out 7 of 9 for help relating to an incident while she was still in the collective. Written by: Ron Moore. Directed by: Terry Windell.
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923 Barge of the Dead Unknown 1999.10.06 * * * * *
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After a near fatal shuttle accident, B'Elanna finds herself aboard the Barge of the Dead on her way to Grethor (Klingon Hell); where she learns her mother is making the same journey due to B'Elanna's dishonour for not following the teachings of Kahless. Teleplay by: Bryan Fuller. Story by: Ron Moore & Bryan Fuller. Directed by: Mike Vejar.
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924 Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy Unknown 1999.10.13 * * * * ½
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Dulled by life as a simple doctor who dabbles in everything from music to poetry to instructing 7 on humanity, the Doctor starts to daydream about being fancied by the women on the ship and even taking command in emergencies. Unknown to the Doctor an alien race taps into his daydreams and perceive them as reality. Teleplay by: Joe Menosky. Story by: Bill Vallely. Directed by: John Bruno.
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925 Dragon's Teeth 53167.9 1999.11.10 * *
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Fleeing an alien attacker, Voyager comes across a civilization who'd put themselves in cryogenic stasis beneath their cities when their world became uninhabitable. But just how thankful are they when the Voyager crew awakens them? Written by: Michael Taylor. Directed by: Rick Kolbe.
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926 Alice Unknown 1999.10.20 * * *
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On a visit to an alien junkyard, Tom picks up a small one-man craft and unconsciously develops an obsessive relationship with it. Teleplay by: Bryan Fuller & Michael Taylor. Story by: Juliann deLayne. Directed by: ?.
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927 Riddles 53263.2 1999.11.03 * * * ½
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When Tuvok is attacked by a "cloaked" alien and suffers near-total amnesia, Neelix takes it upon himself to rehabilitate him should Janeway and the Doctor be unable to find a way to reverse the alien weapon's effects. Teleplay by: Robert Doherty. Story by: Andre Bormanis. Directed by: Roxann Dawson.
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928 One Small Step 53292.7 1999.11.17 * * * * ½
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Voyager encounters a rare subspace cloud which centuries ago swallowed the first manned Mars orbiter. Tuvok, Seven and Tom take the Flyer in to try and salvage it. Teleplay by:Mike Wollaeger & Jessica Scott and Bryan Fuller & Michael Taylor. Story by: Mike Wollaeger & Jessica Scott. Directed by: Robert Picardo.
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929 The Voyager Conspiracy 53329 1999.11.24 * * * *
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Upon the discovery of technology matching that of the Caretaker array that brought them to the Delta Quadrant, Seven, using a new interface to the ships computer, comes up with a theory as to why Voyager is "really" in the Delta Quadrant. Written by: Joe Menosky. Directed by: Terry Windell.
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930 Pathfinder Unknown 1999.12.01 * * * * ½
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On a visit to Earth, Deanna Troi visits her old friend Reginald Barclay, who is now working with the team that's trying to help contact and bring Voyager home. Only he's become lost in the Voyager project; to the point of pal-ing around with images of the Voyager crew he's created on the holodeck. Teleplay by:David Zabel & Kenneth Biller. Story by: David Zabel. Directed by: Mike Vejar.
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931 Fair Haven Unknown 2000.01.12 * * * ½
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Almost the entire crew has started hanging out in Tom's new program, that of a friendly Irish town; including the captain, who's taken a shine to a certain bartender. Written by:Robin Burger. Directed by: Allan Kroeker.
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932 Tsunkatse Unknown 2000.02.09 * * ½
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Taking in some R&R at a pleasure planet, 7 of 9 and Tuvok are abducted, and Seven is forced to fight in the Tsunkatse matches; a futuristic variation on ancient Rome's Gladiator games. Teleplay by:Robert Doherty. Story by: Gannon Kenney. Directed by: Mike Vejar.
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933 Blink Of An Eye Unknown 2000.01.19 * * * * ½
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Voyager becomes trapped in orbit of a planet that is spinning of rate of 58 rotations per minute (ie: for every minute of our time they have 58 days). The planet's inhabitants come to regard Voyager as first a god and then more something to reach for and then something to be feared over the centuries that pass below. Written by:Joe Menosky. Story by: Michael Taylor. Directed by: Gabrielle Beaumont.
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934 Virtuoso 53556.4 2000.01.26 * * * ½
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Voyager encounters an "advanced" species who have never before heard any type of music, and become immediately infactuated with the Doctor's voice; elevating him to pop star status. Teleplay by:Raf Green & Kenneth Biller. Story by: Raf Green. Directed by: Les Landau.
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935 Collective Unknown 2000.02.16 * * * * ½
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When the away team is captured by a Borg vessel, it turns out to be run by group of five Borg juveniles, after all the adults were killed by a pathogen. Now Janeway and Seven must find a way to reason with the children. Teleplay by: Michael Taylor. Story by: Andrew Shepard Price & Mark Gaberman. Directed by: Allison Liddi.
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936 Memorial Unknown 2000.02.02 * * * *
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When all the members of the away team dream of fighting in some sort of war, memories of a massacre surface; a massacre in which they killed 82 civilians. Teleplay by:Robin Burger. Story by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: Allan Kroeker.
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937 Spirit Folk Unknown 2000.02.23 * * * ½
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After being left on all the time for weeks, the townspeople of Fair Haven begin to grow suspicious of the Voyager crew when they witness them calling up the computer. Written by: Bryan Fuller. Directed by: David Livingston.
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938 Ashes To Ashes 53679.4 2000.03.01 * * * *
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The crew of Voyager is somewhat skeptical when former crewmember Lindsay Ballard returns from the dead. Also, Seven is finding difficulty in her role as guardian to four ex-Borg children. Teleplay by: Writer > Robert Doherty'; return true">Robert Doherty. Story by: Ronald Wilkerson. Directed by: Terry Windell.
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939 Child's Play Unknown 2000.03.08 * * * *
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When Voyager finds the parents of one of their ex-Borg children, Seven has difficulty letting him go. Teleplay by: Writer > Raf Green'; return true">Raf Green. Story by: Paul Brown. Directed by: Mike Vejar.
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940 Good Shepherd 53753.2 2000.03.15 * * *
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When it is discovered that three members of her crew have a below standard efficiency rating, Janeway decides to take them on an away mission in the Delta Flyer. Teleplay by: Writer > Dianna Gitto'; return true">Dianna Gitto & Writer > Joe Menosky'; return true">Joe Menosky. Story by: Dianna Gitto. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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941 Fury Unknown 2000.05.03 * * * * ½
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A vengeful Kes who feels abandoned by Voyager's crew, returns to Voyager bent on changing the past. Teleplay by: Bryan Fuller & Michael Taylor. Story by: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga. Directed by: John Bruno.
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942 Live Fast And Prosper Unknown 2000.04.19 * * ½
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A group of Delta Quadrant con-artists are going around pillaging weaker vessels, claiming to be Voyager and her crew. Written by: Robin Burger. Directed by: LeVar Burton.
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943 Life Line Unknown 2000.05.10 * * * * ½
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In finally receiving regular transmissions from the Alpha Quadrant, the Doctor learns that his creator, Dr. Louis Zimmerman is dying. He then requests a leave of absence so he can be transmitted to the Alpha Quadrant to help him. But how receptive will the creator be to being treated by his creation? Teleplay by: Robert Doherty & Raf Green and Brannon Braga. Story by: John Bruno & Robert Picardo. Directed by: Terry Windell.
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944 Muse 53896 2000.04.26 * * * ½
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After ordering Kim into an ejection pod, B'Elana crashlands the Delta Flyer on an L-Class Planet, where she develops a relationship with one of the locals, a poet. Kim meanwhile has landed his escape pod on the same planet, as Voyager searches for their missing officers. Written by: Joe Menosky. Directed by: Mike Vejar
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945 The Haunting Of Deck Twelve Unknown 2000.05.17 * * * *
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Cutting power to all decks for an unapparent reason, Neelix tells the Borg children a ghost story. Teleplay by: Mike Sussman and Kenneth Biller & Bryan Fuller. Story by: Mike Sussman
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946 Unimatrix Zero, Part I Unknown 2000.05.24 * * * * ½
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As Paris' rank is restored to Lieutenant, Seven keeps finding herself in a forest when she regenerates. The forest is actually a virtual place called Unimatrix Zero and is a sanctuary set up by freed Borg mind's still in the collective. However they are only free when they regenerate, and need Seven's help to free their bodies from the collective. However the Queen is also aware of Unimatrix Zero and is trying to shut it down.
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