Mary finds it difficult to get George back under her control; at the same time, Mercy's power is growing and she isn't afraid to use it.
The arrival of Cotton's father rocks the town of Salem; at the same time, Mary's power over George is compromised.
Romantic feelings between Mary and Alden intensify; Cotton deals with a unique accusation in the trials; and a powerful witch hunter makes his way towards Salem.
Alden and Cotton come face-to-face with a real witch; Mary comes up with a solution to the discord within the coven.
Mary and her coven are at odds; Alden and Cotton come across a dangerous witches' relic.
Alden worries when an old nemesis arrives in Salem with secrets that could destroy him; and Mary loses her grip on Mercy.
Mary decides on a course of action after discovering who witnessed the witches' ceremony.
John investigates what's really going on in Salem as the fear over witches rises; and Mary prepares to execute a plan.
Seven of Nine is led to a place known as Unimatrix Zero; a place where Borg drones are individuals for a short period of time during their regeneration. However, once their regeneration is complete, all recollection of the event is erased. Captain Janeway uses this to form a plan of attack that would create a mutiny from within the Collective.
A poet discovers an unconscious B'Elanna Torres in the damaged Delta Flyer, after it crash landed on his planet. In need of inspiration, this poet intends on using B'Elanna and the stories of Voyager in his plays, to win favour with his warlord patron.
When an efficiency report reveals that three of Voyager's crew members are failing to meet expectations and integrate into the rest of the crew, Janeway decides to take them on their first away mission. However, what awaits the Delta Flyer on that mission will present a formidable test for them all.
When Voyager is trapped in orbit of a unique planet, they learn that time moves far faster on that planet than in the rest of the galaxy. Although Voyager is stuck in orbit only for a matter of days, from the perspective of the planet, the "Skyship" has been watching them for centuries, and becomes a guiding force for the development of their civilization.
Under attack by the territorial Turei, Voyager sets down on an uninhabited planet to hide and make repairs. In a cavern under the surface, they discover and revive the final remaining survivors of the Vaadwaur, the planet's original civilization, who had been in stasis for nearly 900 years. As Voyager and their new allies prepare to engage the Turei, there is reason to fear that the Vaadwaur are more dangerous than originally suspected.