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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.
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.
Voyager lands on a Demon-planet in order to mine for deuterium to replenish the ship's dangerously low supply.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The crew must find a way to defeat the Hirogen and reclaim Voyager.
The Hirogen capture and board Voyager, and use the holodecks to "hunt" the crew in various scenarios.
While re-fitting Voyager's systems with newly traded weapons, Seven of Nine claims to have been assaulted by Kovin, the weapons dealer.
When Voyager beams aboard a wounded Hirogen, they inadvertently allow aboard his prey, a member of Species 8472.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
While on shore leave on a planet of telepaths, B'Elanna is arrested for a murder that is blamed on her violent thoughts.
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.
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.
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.
As Janeway attempts to gain passage through alien territory, Seven of Nine believes that she is being contacted by the Borg.
B'Elanna and The Doctor respond to a distress call and come to the aid of a malfunctioning hologram.
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.
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.
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.
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.