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When Voyager uses new quantum slipstream technology in an attempt to get home, a miscalculation causes the ship to crash into an ice planet. Fifteen years later, the sole survivors, Chakotay and Kim, steal the Delta Flyer in an attempt to send a message back in time and avert the disaster.
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.
The inevitable finally happens, as Voyager enters Borg space. However, they soon encounter a new threat, in a species even more powerful and dangerous than the Borg.
Captain Janeway forges an unlikely alliance with the Borg. In exchange for safe passage through Borg space, Voyager will provide the Borg with the medical technology necessary to defeat Species 8472.
When Voyager discovers an ancient communications relay that extends to the Alpha Quadrant, they are able to send The Doctor to an experimental Federation ship, the Prometheus. However, unbeknownst to the Voyager crew, the Prometheus has been commandeered by Romulans.
After Voyager passes near a spatial rift, Chakotay is injured in Engineering, leaving his body in a state of temporal flux. After receiving treatment in sickbay, he inadvertently gains the ability to pass through rifts in time that are scattered throughout the ship, enabling him to walk into different stages of Voyager's history over the past seven years.
After a decades-long journey to reach the Alpha Quadrant, Admiral Kathryn Janeway makes a bold decision to change the past in an attempt to undo the toll taken on the crew during their arduous journey home.
The Krenim Imperium is attempting to return to its former glory by using a temporal weapon ship that can erase entire species of their enemies from existence. When the Krenim leader learns that Voyager's presence in the quadrant has thrown a wrench into his plans, Voyager becomes his next target.
Working with only a skeleton crew, Captain Janeway desperately attempts to repair Voyager in order to stop Annorax. Meanwhile, aboard the Krenim weapon-ship, Paris and Chakotay clash over the best way to save Voyager.
After defeating a Borg ship, Captain Janeway decides to launch an attack on another damaged Sphere to steal a trans-warp coil. However, as the crew prepare for their heist, the Borg Queen is secretly aware of the entire plan.
Seven is recruited by Captain Braxton of the 29th century timeship Relativity to go back in time and stop an unknown culprit from destroying Voyager.
After a decades-long journey to reach the Alpha Quadrant, Admiral Kathryn Janeway makes a bold decision to change the past in an attempt to undo the toll taken on the crew during their arduous journey home.
Voyager must find a way to stop Starling, before his attempted use of the timeship destroys Earth's Solar System. Meanwhile, while trying to rescue Paris and Tuvok, Torres and Chakotay are captured by a militia cell who believe that they are from the government.
Both Voyager and a 29th century Federation Timeship, the Aeon, are pulled back in time to Earth in the late 20th century. The Aeon crashes in the Sierra Mountains during the 1960s, while Voyager appears in orbit around Earth during 1996.
A transporter accident merges Seven's Borg nanoprobes with The Doctor's mobile emitter and an ensign's DNA to create a 29th Century Borg drone.
An accident in a plasma cloud creates a duplicate Voyager after they are attacked by the Vidiians.
While the Borg Queen tries to convince Seven to willingly rejoin the collective, Janeway mounts a desperate rescue plan to save her captured crewman.
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.
While in pursuit of a Maquis ship in a region of space known as the Badlands, the starship Voyager, under the command of Captain Kathryn Janeway, is transported 70,000 light years from home into the uncharted region of the galaxy known as the Delta Quadrant.
An alien palaeontologist discovers a common ancestral link between his people and humans. He believes that this proves that his people, the Voth, evolved on Earth and migrated to the Delta Quadrant millions of years ago, but his government is not as willing to believe his interpretation of the evidence.
Voyager comes to the aid of the Equinox - another Federation starship also abducted by the Caretaker - now under attack by mysterious aliens from another dimension. As the two crews begin to work together to protect both ships, a dark secret lies hidden aboard the Equinox.
The discovery of a micro-wormhole leading to the Alpha Quadrant allows the crew to communicate with a skeptical and paranoid Romulan. The crew is elated when they believe they might be able to transport to the Romulan ship. However, all is not as it seems.
The crew of Voyager discover a simulation of Starfleet Headquarters being run by Species 8472, being used as a training ground in preparation for an assault on the Alpha Quadrant.
The away team must infiltrate the Borg Collective and execute their plan to undermine them, even though it may destroy Unimatirix Zero forever.
Kes' telepathic and latent psychokinetic powers begin to grow rapidly while Voyager's newest crewmember, the former Borg drone Seven of Nine, deals with her new individuality.
The crew must find a way to defeat the Hirogen and reclaim Voyager.
A mysterious alien with a knack for languages is able to repair a damaged message from Starfleet. The crew is elated when the message reveals that a new ship is waiting for them, that has the ability to bring them home in three months. However, Janeway suspects that this turn of luck is too good to be true.
The Doctor programs himself with the ability to daydream. When an alien spy gains access to The Doctor's visions he mistakes them for reality.
The Hirogen capture and board Voyager, and use the holodecks to "hunt" the crew in various scenarios.
Janeway becomes obsessed with trying to capture Captain Ransom, no matter what the cost.
A suicidal Q threatens the future of the Q-Continuum when he requests asylum aboard Voyager.
Back on Earth, Lieutenant Barclay becomes obsessed with finding a way to communicate with Voyager.
Seven is forced to hide The Doctor's program by downloading him into her implants, when the Delta Flyer comes under attack from the Lokirrim. Meanwhile, on Voyager, Tuvok enters Pon Farr.
Seven hundred years into the future, The Doctor must defend himself, and the memory of the crew of Voyager, when an alien species claims that the "Warship Voyager" was responsible for war crimes committed against them.
Chakotay must convince Janeway and the other crew members of their past lives on Voyager. Matters are complicated when Chakotay is exposed and taken for interrogation.
The Doctor tries to introduce Seven of Nine to the concept of dating.
With the crew stranded on a barren planet, and the ship controlled by the Kazon, it's up to Tom Paris, Lon Suder, and The Doctor to retake Voyager and rescue their crewmates.
When The Doctor discovers that his short-term memory has been tampered with, he launches an investigation. However, when the culprit is caught, he is shocked to learn who is responsible, and why.
Seven must deal with almost complete solitude when the crew must go into protective stasis for a month in order to cross a dangerous nebula.
When stolen Federation technology is found on a severely damaged Kazon-Nistrim ship, Seska becomes the prime suspect. The evidence is further reinforced when questions arise over her true heritage.
After encountering a piece of Borg technology known as a Vinculum which connects drone's minds together, Seven of Nine begins exhibiting the personalities of people that she assimilated as a member of the collective. Soon, they become so strong that they may overwhelm Seven's own personality.
Seven's life is at risk when her cortical implant - essential for regulating her implants and balancing them with her human physiology - starts to degrade. As Captain Janeway and the Doctor try to come up with a way to help her, Icheb realises he may have to take matters into his own hands.
As more and more of the crew begin suffering from mysterious ailments with each passing hour, Seven of Nine assists the Doctor in learning who or what is causing them, and more importantly, how to stop them.
Kes begins traveling backwards through time from the moment of her death. With each shift, she comes closer to a solution but she also grows months and years younger at a time.
When Chakotay, Kim and Neelix return from an away mission, they find Voyager abandoned, with only the Doctor on board. Meanwhile, the crew have unwittingly become part of an alien workforce, while their memories of Voyager have been erased.
When Voyager beams aboard a wounded Hirogen, they inadvertently allow aboard his prey, a member of Species 8472.
Janeway must find a way to hide her telepathic officers, as well as twelve telepathic refugees, while traveling through space controlled by the Devore - a species who has outlawed telepathy.
Crew morale hits an all-time low when Voyager must spend two years crossing an expanse devoid of any stars or signs of life. As Captain Janeway is forced to reflect on the choice she made stranding her crew in the Delta Quadrant, little does she know, she will face a similar decision when Voyager ends up in the middle of a serious conflict.
Voyager is forced out of warp by the detection of a dangerous and powerful particle, called "Omega", that has the power to join subspace. Janeway must enlist the help of the senior staff to carry out a secret standing order from Starfleet - destroy Omega by any means necessary.
The Voyager crew is excited to begin receiving messages from Starfleet using the newly discovered communications array. However, they soon face a new threat from a violent species of hunters called the Hirogen.
The Vidiians capture Paris, Torres and Durst while on an away mission. Torres is taken to a lab and "split" into two people: one human and one Klingon.
News reaches Voyager through the up-and-running Pathfinder project that the Doctor's creator, Lewis Zimmerman, is critically ill. In an attempt to save his life, the Doctor's program is transmitted to the Alpha Quadrant, but once there, he finds Zimmerman does not want to be examined by an "obsolete" EMH program.
After being hit by the shockwave of a devastating planet-wide explosion, Voyager investigates. While on the surface, Janeway and Paris are accidentally "shifted" one day into the past.
Crew members are awestruck, and try to help Seven to appreciate the value of history, when a dangerous anomaly emerges from subspace, and the Voyager crew discovers it contains the remains of a 21st century manned Mars probe.
Voyager is pulled into an empty layer of subspace where ships are forced to attack each other and steal supplies for survival. Voyager's only hope for survival lies in forming alliances with other ships who wish to escape "the Void".
When Q's son becomes reckless and uncontrollable, Q places him in Captain Janeway's care for a week.
A means of direct communication is established with Voyager allowing each crew member to speak with family and friends. The Doctor sends a holo-novel for publication based on a lost starship with a doctor who is treated like a slave, which causes controversy among the members of the ship.
After falling ill to what appears to be a repressed memory Tuvok must perform a mind-meld with Captain Janeway in order to survive. The meld takes them back to when Tuvok was a junior science officer aboard the USS Excelsior under the command of Captain Hikaru Sulu.
After weeks of erratic behavior, Tom Paris leaves Voyager and joins a Talaxian convoy.
The crew is elated to discover a wormhole that appears to lead directly to Earth. As they begin to act impulsively, Seven works with Naomi Wildman to save everyone from what she fears is a trap.
When the Doctor is activated during a Red Alert, he learns that the ship has been abandoned, and that only B'Elanna Torres and an injured Captain Janeway are left on board. Soon afterwards, evidence starts to suggest that he is not, in fact, the EMH on Voyager, but actually its creator, Dr. Zimmerman, stuck in a malfunctioning holodeck on Jupiter Station.
Seska lures Chakotay and Voyager to her, claiming that Maj Culluh is going to kill the baby she created using Chakotay's DNA, once he learns that it isn't his. Chakotay feels compelled to rescue his child, in spite of fearing it could be a trap.
The Doctor must impersonate various crew members when Captain Janeway is abducted and held hostage for Voyager's warp core.
The Doctor decides he should create a holographic family in order to expand himself. When B'Elanna is disgusted by its unrealistic perfectionism, she alters the program to include random events and outcomes with interesting and devastating results.
Chakotay responds to a distress call, and discovers a group of different species, many of which originate from the Alpha Quadrant, living on a planet stricken by conflict. After Chakotay learns that they are all de-assimilated Borg, a group of colonists make a very unorthodox and dangerous request of Voyager.
Voyager encounters a group of nomadic Klingons aboard a generational ship. These Klingons left the Alpha Quadrant over 80 years earlier, in search of a savior who would one day lead them to a new homeworld, and their leader believes that Tom and B'Elanna's unborn child is this savior.
Voyager encounters a Cardassian missile ship, which Torres re-programmed while working for the Maquis. Now, B'Elanna must outsmart her own programming to disarm Dreadnought, before it destroys a planet and kills millions of innocent people.
While Voyager is docked at a space station, Seven of Nine is approached by three former Borg drones from her former unimatrix, who, despite being free from the Collective, are neurally linked to each other. Tracing the origin of this link to an accident eight years before, in which they and Seven were the only survivors, the three former drones believe Seven is the only one who can help them sever the link and achieve true individuality.
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.
Voyager receives a distress call from a Hirogen training facility, where their holographic prey have become too cunning and dangerous for the hunters. Voyager establishes a tentative alliance with the Hirogen in order to disable the holograms, while the Doctor finds himself becoming sympathetic to their cause.
In order to bring some rebellious former Maquis crew members into line, Tuvok gives them a crash course in Starfleet discipline and protocol.
Photonic life forms mistake the characters in Tom's holonovel for real people, which leads to a war with the holodeck characters.
While Seven of Nine struggles with her humanity, Captain Janeway tries to help a group of aliens whose species was almost entirely assimilated by the Borg. Meanwhile, the Klingon "Day of Honor" turns into a string of bad luck for B'Elanna.
When Captain Janeway and Chakotay contract an incurable virus they are left on a planet which shields them from its effects. While Janeway searches for a cure, she begins to form a deeper relationship with her first officer. OnboardVoyager, Tuvok, who is now in command, faces a near mutiny.
The renegade holograms abduct B'Elanna in hopes that she will be able to make their field generators fully functional. Meanwhile, Voyager secretly trails two Hirogen ships as they attempt to track and hunt down the holograms, in order to rescue B'Elanna.
Paris and Kim enter a race that symbolises a peace treaty between four warring races. Meanwhile, B'Elanna fears that she and Tom aren't meant to be together.
Ensign Vorik expresses his desire to mate with B'Elanna during his Pon-Farr. After they get in a brawl over the matter, Torres begins showing signs of the Pon-Farr herself.
During an away mission in search of dilithium crystals, Neelix's lungs are removed by a disease-ridden race of aliens known as the Vidiians. As The Doctor attempts to treat him, the crew of Voyager must find a way to track down these Vidiians.
A data-overloaded Seven of Nine starts making accusations of conspiracy when Voyager encounters an alien with technology that can catapult the ship years closer to home.
Paris defies a direct order when he insists on helping a people whose maritime planet is in danger of becoming uninhabitable.
As the Maquis crewmembers begin to integrate themselves into the Starfleet crew, Voyager becomes trapped in a quantum singularity.
A hologram of Reginald Barclay arrives in a data stream with plans to get Voyager home within three days, by traveling through a "geodesic fold". However, the Doctor soon becomes suspicious of the holographic Barclay's behavior.
The man who designed the weapon that destroyed all life on the moon of Neelix's homeworld, including that of his family, diagnoses Neelix with a fatal illness.
The crew is "attacked" by a species of alien that live in the human dream state. It is up to Chakotay, with extensive knowledge about the dream state, to save the ship and its crew.
One by one, the crew of Voyager go missing and are replaced by strangers who claim they have no idea how they arrived. Soon, nearly the whole crew is gone, and there is no way of stopping the strangers from appearing and overrunning the ship.
When Voyager is offered shore leave by the Sikarans, Harry Kim discovers advanced technology that would send Voyager 40,000 light years closer to home. However, the Sikaran's "Canon of Laws" forbids them from sharing their technology with anyone.
Tom and B'Elanna are overjoyed to learn that they are going to have a baby. However, after learning that the child will have dominant Klingon features, B'Elanna begins to experience upsetting flashbacks of her own difficult childhood.
In order to retrieve a probe stuck in a hazardous atmosphere, Tom Paris designs a new type of shuttlecraft. Meanwhile, Torres begins to exhibit reckless behavior, engaging in dangerous holodeck programs without safety protocols.
Captain Janeway repeatedly dies after she and Chakotay crash into a planet in what appears to be a time loop. Soon, her deceased father appears and tells her that she is dead and must accept her situation and move on.
Voyager is ambushed by a race known as the Hazari with no way of escape. Soon, an alien "Think Tank" arrives with an answer to the ship's problem and all they ask in return is Seven of Nine.
After receiving a Vidiian patient who is about to die from the phage, The Doctor transfers her consciousness into the ship's computer and creates a holographic body, and soon begins to develop romantic feelings for her.
After discovering a 1936 Ford truck floating in space, Voyager follows an AM-band SOS call to a nearby planet. There, they discover a series of cryo-stasis chambers containing humans abducted from Earth during the 1930s, including Amelia Earhart and her navigator.
The Doctor is abducted from Voyager and forced to work in a hospital where patients are treated based on their social status.
After Chakotay and Tuvok are injured in a shuttle accident, a non-corporeal life form begins to wreak havoc on Voyager by infiltrating the minds of the crew and altering the ship's systems one by one.
Seven becomes emotional when Icheb's parents are located, and it is assumed that he will leave Voyager to rejoin them. However, she later becomes increasingly concerned when it appears that they were not honest about the circumstances of his original assimilation.
When Voyager discovers a settlement of oppressed Talaxians living on an asteroid, Neelix feels compelled to help them. As he spends time with his people and starts to forge relationships with them, he faces a very difficult decision.
A spatial distortion ring puts the ship and crew at risk, as it begins to reconfigure the internal layout of Voyager.
Voyager encounters several supernova in a small region of space. Q soon appears and reveals that they are the after-effects of a civil war within the Q-Continuum. He believes that the solution is for him to produce a child, and he has chosen Captain Janeway as his mate.
As Janeway attempts to gain passage through alien territory, Seven of Nine believes that she is being contacted by the Borg.
When Ensign Lon Suder kills a crewmate, Tuvok performs a mind meld to help repress Suder's violent tendencies. However, soon after, Tuvok begins showing violent tendencies himself.
After repairing a robot she found drifting in space, B'Elanna is abducted and forced to design a new prototype or Voyager will be destroyed.
Janeway and Neelix return from an away mission to find Voyager adrift in space and the crew barely alive. They soon learn that the ship has been overrun by viral life forms that are rapidly growing in
When Voyager shuts down main power and interrupts the regeneration cycle of the Borg children, Neelix keeps them entertained by telling the story of why a certain section of Deck 12 is off-limits, and how the space-dwelling creature that lives there came aboard and "haunted" the ship.
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 an intense gravity well causes Tuvok, Paris and The Doctor's shuttle crash on a barren planet, they befriend a female alien who had also crashed there years earlier. As the months pass, they give up hope of being rescued. However, aboard Voyager, only a few hours have elapsed.
After Voyager encounters a telepathic species, B'Elanna starts having powerful dreams that depict the life of a woman and her lover in a time of great political and social upheaval.
After Voyager detects a Federation probe, the Kazon-Nistrim attack and steal transporter technology. Chakotay interprets this as a personal attack, and is then captured.
B'Elanna and The Doctor respond to a distress call and come to the aid of a malfunctioning hologram.
Voyager must find a way to cross a region of space owned by a mysterious race of hostile aliens without being detected. Meanwhile, Torres and Kes must work quickly to save The Doctor when a malfunction in his program causes him to lose his memory.
Harry Kim disappears from the holodeck during his holo-novel, Beowulf. According to the characters, he died at the hands of a mystical beast known as Grendel. When Chakotay and Tuvok also disappear, the Doctor is transferred to the holodeck to investigate.
Borg children who were rejected by the Borg as unworthy drones abduct Chakotay, Kim, Neelix and Paris.
With regular communications to the Alpha Quadrant established, Starfleet sends a mission to Voyager: retrieve a 21st Century probe sent from Earth called Friendship One.
Once the probe is located on a nearby planet the away team is shocked to learn of the impact it has made.
While on shore leave, several crew members take in matches of a popular bloodsport called Tsunkatse. However, the vacation comes to an abrupt end when Seven and Tuvok are abducted, and Seven is forced to compete in the Tsunkatse to the death.
After being attacked and later revived, Tuvok develops new interests, displays emotion, and befriends Neelix.
Harry Kim arises one morning to find he is back in San Francisco on Earth with his girlfriend Libby. He learns that in this reality, he never served aboard Voyager, but instead works in Starship Design at Starfleet Headquarters. Desperate to set things straight, the only person who can help him is lowlife Tom Paris, who has no idea who Harry is.
Voyager lands on a Demon-planet in order to mine for deuterium to replenish the ship's dangerously low supply.
In order to stop attacks from the Kazon, Captain Janeway finds herself being forced to make an alliance with the more powerful Kazon sects. When negotiations fail, their only chance is to ally themselves with the race that used the Kazons as slaves in the past, called the Trabe.
An older Kes returns to Voyager to take revenge on Janeway for taking her away from her homeworld too young. Using her telekinetic powers to travel through time, Kes intends to deliver Voyager to the Vidiians and "rescue" her younger self.
A group of con artists impersonate Captain Janeway and the crew of Voyager. The crew must find the imposters soon, or they, themselves will be punished for the con artists' crimes.
A transporter accident merges Tuvok and Neelix into one person.
In the search for omicron particles to boost the ship's energy supplies, Voyager inadvertently injures a space-faring life form.
After Paris and Torres tie the knot, the ship and its crew start to disintegrate on the molecular level.
While on shore leave on a planet of telepaths, B'Elanna is arrested for a murder that is blamed on her violent thoughts.
While investigating an asteroid belt containing a new element, Harry Kim is pulled into a "subspace vacuole" and switched with a dead body. Soon after the body is revived the crew learns that the asteroid belt is the graveyard of an alien culture that transports its dead in the belief that they evolve into a higher state of consciousness. Harry's appearance on the home world begins to raise questions about the existence of their afterlife.
The crew of Voyager make contact with the Caretaker's mate, Suspiria, and hope she will be able to send them home. Meanwhile, Kes meets with other Ocampa living on Suspiria's array, descended from a group that left the homeworld over 300 years earlier, who encourage her to develop her mental abilities.
Paris and Kim are sent to an Akritian prison after being accused of a terrorist bombing, where they are thrown in among hardened killers. When the crew of Voyager finds out that Paris and Kim have already been tried, convicted and sentenced, they set off in search of the true perpetrators of the crime.
Tom Paris is accused of a murder he claims he did not commit. His sentence is to re-live the last few moments of his victim's life every 14 hours through a memory transplant.
The crew of Voyager experience vivid memories and dreams of a battle they don't remember having, with an enemy they have never encountered.
The crew of Voyager encounters a planet that has recently entered an ice age. They discover a series of stasis chambers where a small group of people are mentally connected to an artificial environment that turned horribly wrong.
An injured alien named Tieran transfers his consciousness into Kes' mind moments before he dies. He then gains control over her and uses her abilities to steal a shuttlecraft and return to his home world to attempt a political coup.
When an alien attaches itself to B'Elanna's nervous system, the Doctor enlists the help of a holographic recreation of an expert. However, when B'Elanna learns that the expert is a Cardassian that performed immoral medical experiments during the occupation, she refuses treatment.
Tuvok and B'Elanna are captured and imprisoned after an away mission goes wrong. Janeway is knocked unconscious and is rescued by a man who believes that she is his daughter.
When pirates steal some of Voyager's technology, Janeway and Tuvok search their home world and discover her holographic Leonardo Da Vinci who helps them in their search.
When Seven tries to perfect her social skills on the holodeck, her hobby quickly becomes an obsession, leading her to neglect her duties.
Captain Janeway starts seeing characters and objects from her holo-novel around the ship. Soon afterwards the crew begins entering a catatonic state one by one, while only Kes and The Doctor remain unaffected.
Voyager is forced to evaluate their ethical beliefs, as well as those of an alien criminal justice system, when they rescue a Nygean prison warden, and his prisoners scheduled to be executed.
A strange energy barrier causes Chakotay and Seven's shuttle to crash on a planet inhabited by extremely primitive aliens.
After encountering a damaged Malon freighter, a repair crew from Voyager tries to contain a toxic chemical leak that threatens a nearby inhabited planet.
A mysterious female alien contacts Voyager, claiming to be Ensign Lyndsay Ballard, who had been killed on an away mission years earlier.
Voyager discovers a pair of Ferengi, who arrived in the Delta Quadrant via the Barzan Wormhole, masquerading as gods to a primitive culture. The crew must find a way to put an end to this exploitation, while trying to use the same wormhole to get them home.
An alien test pilot who has the capability of switching bodies manages to take Tom's place aboard Voyager in order to escape the law.
When Tuvok crashes on a moon, he discovers three small children who believe they are about to die.
Tom Paris persuades Chakotay to allow him to buy a shuttle from a junkyard. While repairing it, the ship begins to take control of Tom's mind.
While on an away mission to help a planet being bombarded with asteroids, Neelix comes up with a dangerous plan to re-establish communication with Voyager. However, he is pushed to the limit when Tuvok's negative attitude toward him becomes too much to bear.
Former members of the Maquis fall victim to a spate of mysterious attacks on board Voyager. Tuvok is placed in charge of the investigations, and soon makes some remarkable discoveries.
An alien missile with artificial intelligence takes over The Doctor's systems, and insists that it be allowed to complete its mission of mass destruction.
When Chakotay is stranded on a planet that is in the middle of a major war, he violates the Prime Directive by helping the soldiers that discover him.
When the Doctor's singing talents are discovered by a technologically superior race, his new found popularity makes him consider resigning his commission to stay on the alien world with his millions of adoring fans.
Neelix is killed during an away mission, but is revived using modified Borg technology. Following his experience, Neelix soon begins to question all that he has been taught about the afterlife.
A young Kazon trying to earn his name and place among his people kidnaps and tries to kill Chakotay.
During a near-death experience, B'Elanna finds herself aboard the Klingon Death Barge, a spectral vessel which transports dishonored souls to Grethor. After seeing her mother there, B'Elanna risks her life to go back and save her mother's soul from this fate, even at the cost of her own.
Without medical clearance, Kim becomes involved in a love affair with a member of the Varo species. Problems arise when they become biochemically interdependent after the incident.
Ensign Kim asks Tuvok to teach him Vulcan emotional control techniques when he falls in love with a holodeck character named Marayna. However, Kim soon becomes jealous when Marayna shows interest in Tuvok.
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.
Captain Janeway relates the story of her distant ancestor, Shannon O'Donnell (Kate Mulgrew in a dual role), and her involvement in the construction of Earth's "Millennium Gate". She meets and falls in love with Henry Janeway - the one man standing in the way of the Gate's construction.
The Doctor tries to improve his programming by incorporating traits from famous and historical people, but is soon overwhelmed by the dark sides of their personalities.
While the crew enjoys some relaxation in Tom Paris's latest holodeck program, an Irish village named Fair Haven, Captain Janeway falls for a holographic barkeep. However, problems soon arise for the crew, as a deadly neutrino wave approaches Voyager.
After Neelix and Paris come to blows over Kes, they find themselves trapped together on a planet dubbed "Planet Hell" and become the unwilling parents of an infant alien. They must set their differences aside and work together in order to save the infant's life, while Voyager's search mission is delayed by an alien attack.
Neelix is caring for Naomi Wildman while her mother is on an away mission. When the Delta Flyer is forced to make an emergency landing, and it isn't known whether Tuvok, Paris, or Ensign Wildman survived, Neelix struggles with how to shelter Naomi from the bad news.
Upon discovering a cultural symbol drawn in the ground on a planet that was used by his ancestors to "heal the land", Chakotay tries to contact the beings his tribe called the "Sky Spirits".
While re-fitting Voyager's systems with newly traded weapons, Seven of Nine claims to have been assaulted by Kovin, the weapons dealer.
While searching for dilithium, the Delta Flyer, under Harry's command, comes to the aid of a ship under attack. Believing them to be on a humanitarian mission, Harry convinces Janeway to allow him to captain the medical transport to its homeworld.
Voyager encounters a region of space named the Nekrit Expanse. Since Neelix has no knowledge about the space after this point, he tries to make himself useful to the crew by trying to obtain a map from an old friend named Wixiban, who in exchange, asks for Neelix's help with some less-than-reputable dealings.
When the crew of Voyager investigate a cluster of space-borne life forms, Kes prematurely enters a stage in her life known as the "Elogium". This is the only time in her life when she can conceive a child.
The inhabitants of the holo-city of Fair Haven suspect the Voyager crew of having mystical powers when they witness the use of their futuristic technology.
Kes accidentally intrudes on a religious shrine and is almost killed by a strange energy beam. Told there is nothing that can medically be done to save her, Captain Janeway undergoes a spiritual quest to ask the "spirits" to spare Kes's life.
Harry Kim experiences strong senses of deja vu in an unknown region of space. He soon learns that he is native to this region and that he is T'Karian, not human.
A mysterious but comely female alien claims to be in love with Chakotay, and requests asylum aboard Voyager. However, Chakotay has no memory of ever having met her.
Tom Paris begins evolving into a higher organism after achieving warp 10 in an experimental shuttle.
Voyager becomes trapped in an area of "chaotic space", where the laws of physics are in constant flux. Meanwhile, Chakotay suffers from hallucinations related to his holodeck boxing program. Although he is afraid he is losing his mind, Chakotay's hallucinations may be Voyager's only hope of learning how to escape from chaotic space.