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"Star Trek: Voyager" (1995) More at IMDbPro »

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Year: 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Caretaker

16 January 1995
While pursuing the trail of Maquis rebels, a newly commissioned Starfleet ship gets pulled to the far side of the galaxy.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Harry Kim
Basil Langton ... The Caretaker

Gavan O'Herlihy ... Maje Jabin

Scott Jaeck ... Lt. Commander Cavit

Angela Paton ... Aunt Adah

Armin Shimerman ... Quark

Alicia Coppola ... Lieutenant Stadi

Bruce French ... Ocampan Doctor

Jennifer Parsons ... Ocampan Nurse

David Selburg ... Toscat

Jeff McCarthy ... Human Doctor
Stan Ivar ... Mark Johnson

Scott MacDonald ... Rollins

Josh Clark ... Carey

Richard Poe ... Gul Evek
Keely Sims ... Farmer's Daughter
Eric David Johnson ... Daggin

Majel Barrett ... Voyager Computer (voice)

Coleman McClary ... Crewman / starfleet
Margaret Blanchard ... Ocampa (uncredited)

Randall Bosley ... Ocampa (uncredited)

Cullen G. Chambers ... Ocampa (uncredited)

Paul Terrell Clayton ... Andrews (uncredited)
Tracee Cocco ... Kobheerian (uncredited)
Mitchell R. Danton ... Ocampa (uncredited)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)

Pablo Espinosa ... Ocampa (uncredited)
Susan Henley ... Ensign Brooks (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
David B. Levinson ... Broik (uncredited)
Dennis Madalone ... Operations Division Officer (uncredited)
Jerry L. Quinn ... Starfleet Officer / Kazon-Ogla (uncredited)

J. Suzanne Rampe ... Kazon Ogla / Ocampa (uncredited)
Mark Allen Shepherd ... Morn (uncredited)

Lou Slaughter ... Ocampa (uncredited)
Simon Stotler ... Starfleet Ensign (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)
Eric Whitmore ... Ocampa (uncredited)
Helen Wilson ... Caretaker (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Parallax

23 January 1995
Voyager has set a course for home, repairs are underway, and it's time to pick personnel to fill vital crew positions. Tempers are turbulent as the Starfleet crew absorbs the undisciplined Maquis. Neelix finds his place as chef and Kes builds the airponics bay. Paris does double duty as Conn Officer and Field Medic. Chakotay recommends Torres for Chief Engineer, but Janeway isn't convinced she can exhibit the professionalism of a Starfleet officer. All must put opinions aside when Voyager mounts a rescue of a ship caught in a quantum singularity, only to find the ship in distress is Voyager itself.

Season 1, Episode 3: Time and Again

30 January 1995
The Voyager crew discovers a planet which recently suffered a horrific catastrophe. Upon investigation, Janeway and Paris are sent back in time before the disaster and are faced with the decision of whether to try to stop it.

Season 1, Episode 4: Phage

6 February 1995
With dilithium reserves running low, Janeway follows Neelix's advice and proceeds to the nearest known supply. When they arrive in orbit, scans reveal a massive supply; however when the away team transports down to the planet there is none there. Completely confused, Commander Chackotay orders the away team back to Voyager but before they return to Voyager, Neelix is attacked by an alien who removes his lungs. The EMH then comes up with a solution - holographic lungs, but this means that Neelix has to stay in a restraint whilst he has the lungs and he is unable to move no more then 0.2 nanometers in any direction. Captain Janeway along with Commander Tuvok and a security attachment return to the planet to find the alien who did this and they make a very gruesome discovery; a laboratory full of alien organs and then realize that there was a life in that very room less then 10 minutes ago. Scans detect the life form and when they catch up with him, Tuvok knocks the alien's weapon out of his hand. The alien escapes and leave on a ship. Voyager gives pursuit but the ships are both equally matched for speed. The alien ship then takes refuge in an asteroid; Voyager continues to scan once inside the main cavern of the asteroid. The crew see many reflections of Voyager and the alien ship however electro-magnetic interference stops them from detecting which one is the correct ship so they send out a low energy phaser beam which will past through any reflections but hit the alien ship without damaging it. Once they detect the alien ship and they beam the grew aboard, they get two very strange looking aliens called Viidans who go around harvesting organs from aliens and then grafting them on to themselves because they have a genetic disease called 'The Phage'. This disease affects them on the cellular level, so to survive they need to replace their organs regularly. Horrified by what these aliens do and how they are able to throw their morals aside and that she is unable to get Neelix's lungs back. she then sees that there is nothing she can do but to let them go, but with a harsh warning to never cross her ship again. In what appears to be an act of compassion, the aliens offer to help with the transplantation of one of Kes' lungs into Neelix.

Season 1, Episode 5: The Cloud

13 February 1995
With power reserves running low, the crew of Voyager alters course to enter a nebula in which there is a usable power source or "coffee" as Captain Janeway puts it. However, once they enter the nebula they encounter numerous problems including being attacked by an unknown substance which cripples every defense system on the ship. The crew discovers the nebula was not a real nebula, but was in fact, a life form, and Voyager returns to help the creature recover from the damage they caused whilst trying to escape from it. This episode is the first time viewers are introduced to 'Sandrine's', a holodeck program created by Tom Paris.

Season 1, Episode 6: Eye of the Needle

20 February 1995
The Voyager crew detects a wormhole in the Delta quadrant, and immediately changes course with hopes it will provide passage home. Upon reaching the opening, the find it to be too small for the ship, but large enough to establish contact with a ship in the Alpha quadrant.

Season 1, Episode 7: Ex Post Facto

27 February 1995
The Baneans wrongfully convict Tom Paris of murder. Technology plus the Banean physiology can access someone's last experiences before death and the evidence shows Tom killing a jealous husband. His sentence is to re-live his crimes through his victim's eyes every 14 hours for life.

Season 1, Episode 8: Emanations

13 March 1995
A Voyager sensor scan reveals what seems to be a previously undiscovered chemical element in a group of asteroids. Some of the asteroids support a class M environment so, an away team is dispatched to investigate. The away team discovers the asteroid to be a burial ground for an unknown culture. Chakotay, a Native American, advocates a respectful, unintrusive perusal of the bodies and their bizarre web-like enclosures. The unknown new chemical apparently is a bi-product of the bodies' decomposition process. The away team detects a peculiar phenomenon developing and activate their tricorders to investigate. Chakotay calls for a transport off of the asteroid. Before all of the crew can be evacuated Ensign Kim is redirected to another planet and an alien is beamed aboard Voyager instead. A peculiar "First Contact" offers a chance for Kim to learn about another race, while the Voyager crew is faced with an even more challenging First Contact of their own.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix (credit only)

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Jerry Hardin ... Dr. Neria (as Jerry Harding)

Jeffrey Alan Chandler ... Hatil (as Jefrey Alan Chandler)

Cecile Callan ... Ptera

Martha Hackett ... Seska
Robin Groves ... Araya Garan

John Cirigliano ... Alien #1
David Clover ... Vhnori (uncredited)
Holiday Freeman ... Ptera's Mourner (uncredited)
Audrey Gelfund ... Ptera's Mourner (uncredited)
Richard Sarstedt ... William McKenzie (uncredited)
Simon Stotler ... Starfleet Ensign (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Prime Factors

20 March 1995
The crew encounters a hedonistic alien race with the ability to travel through the galaxy at will -- an ability that may be the key to Voyager's returning home.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor (credit only)

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Ronald Guttman ... Gathorel Labin

Yvonne Suhor ... Eudana

Andrew Hill Newman ... Jaret Otel

Martha Hackett ... Seska

Josh Clark ... Lieutenant Joe Carey

Majel Barrett ... Voyager Computer (voice) (uncredited)
Shawn Cash ... Bead Selling Sikarian (uncredited)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)
Susan Henley ... Ensign Brooks (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
Lynn Meneses ... Sikirian (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane (uncredited)
Jerry L. Quinn ... Starfleet Officer (uncredited)
Richard Sarstedt ... William McKenzie (uncredited)
Simon Stotler ... Starfleet Ensign (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: State of Flux

10 April 1995
Voyager answers a distress call from a Kazon-Nistrim ship, to find all but one of the crew dead in an explosion. Investigation uncovers the Kazon were experimenting with Federation technology acquired from a traitor on Voyager. The Doctor proves Ensign Seska is not really a Bajoran.

Season 1, Episode 11: Heroes and Demons

24 April 1995
After Harry Kim disappears during his 'Beowulf' holonovel program, Chakotay and Tuvok are sent to investigate and they disappear. Not wanting to lose any more crew-members, the Doctor is transfered to the holodek to investigate.

Season 1, Episode 12: Cathexis

1 May 1995
Energy beings from a nebula displace Chakotay's consciousness from his body. The Doctor pronounces him brain-dead and B'Elanna turns to Chakotay's cultural beliefs to try to bring him back. Meanwhile, Chakotay's spirit roams the ship and infiltrates crew members in an attempt to warn his shipmates of the dangers of the nebula, but they mistake his efforts as a malicious alien manipulation.

Season 1, Episode 13: Faces

8 May 1995
Lieutenants Paris, Torres, and Durst are imprisoned by the Vidiians. In an attempt to develop a cure for the phage, a Vidiian doctor splits the bi-racial Torres into two people (one Klingon and one Human) because he believes Klingons are immune to the Phage. The two Torreses escape the prison compound, but the Klingon Torres is fatally injured protecting the Human Torres while the Human Torres cracks the Vidiiam computer to escape. Before her death, the Klingon Torres tells her Human half that showing courage makes her death honorable. The Doctor tells the Human Torres, who has contracted the Phage, that she will not survive unless he re-integrates her Klingon DNA.

Season 1, Episode 14: Jetrel

15 May 1995
Neelix is diagnosed with a fatal illness by a Haakonian named Ma'Bor Jetrel. This man is the same one who developed a doomsday weapon that destroyed a Talaxian moon and killed Neelix's family.

Season 1, Episode 15: Learning Curve

22 May 1995
While Voyager's mixed Starfleet/Maquis crew seem to be working out, a few rogue Maquis are fighting the integration. Chakotay selects the most resistant of the group and Tuvok decides to put the rebels through boot-camp, Tuvok style. Meanwhile, Voyager's bio-neural circuitry is afflicted by a viral infection stemming from Neelix's cooking.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The 37's

28 August 1995
Voyager answers an ancient SOS distress and finds 8 humans - including Amelia Earhart - in cryo-stasis on a nearby planet. There are thousands more Humans living in cities nearby, descendants of Humans abducted from Earth in 1937 by a race seeking to use them as slaves. Both sides are happy to find some answers and new friends. When Voyager's crew is invited to stay and live on the "new" Earth, Janeway is worried so many will accept she may find herself the only one who truly wants to get home.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

John Rubinstein ... John Evansville

David Graf ... Fred Noonan
Mel Winkler ... Jack Hayes

James Saito ... Nogami

Sharon Lawrence ... Amelia Earhart
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
Brenda Jean ... Karyn Berlin (uncredited)
Dennis Madalone ... Third Guard (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane (uncredited)

Lou Slaughter ... Command Division Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Initiations

4 September 1995
Chakotay is captured by a young Kazon who is undergoing a manhood ritual.

Season 2, Episode 3: Projections

11 September 1995
The program for the Emergency Medical Hologram is activated due to what the computer describes as a ship-wide emergency. When the Doctor asks the computer to scan for the crew, he learns that they were all forced to abandon ship. Later, he encounters Torres, who says that she and the Captain stayed behind to stop a warp core breach caused by a Kazon attack; the remaining crew escaped in lifepods. Informed that the injured captain needs his assistance, the Doctor is sent to the Bridge, courtesy of new holo-emitters installed throughout the ship. After reviving Janeway, the Doctor is summoned to the mess hall to assist Neelix, who is engaged in battle with a Kazon soldier. After the scuffle, the holographic doctor is astonished to learn that he himself is bleeding. When queried, the computer insists that the Doctor is actually Dr. Lewis Zimmerman, the human who created Voyager's EMH. Stranger still, when the Captain tells the computer to shut down all of the ship's holographic systems, Janeway, Neelix, Torres and the Kazon soldier vanish - but the Doctor remains intact. Just then, Reg Barclay appears and introduces himself as Zimmerman's assistant. Barclay tells the Doctor that he is at Jupiter Station running a holodeck program, but something has gone wrong due to a radiation surge. He claims there's no U.S.S. Voyager lost in the Delta Quadrant; it's simply a program that Zimmerman created. He tells the Doctor that he must end the simulation before radiation from the accident kills him, and the only way to do so is by destroying Voyager. At first, the Doctor flatly refuses. Yet Reg's arguments are persuasive, and soon the Doctor is prepared to fire his phaser at Voyager's warp core. Suddenly, Chakotay appears and orders the Doctor to lower his weapon, claiming that Barclay is lying. Chakotay explains that there's been an accident on Voyager that affected the imaging system while the Doctor was in the holodeck. Chakotay says that Barclay himself is a simulation, and that if the Doctor listens to him, he'll wind up destroying his own program. The Doctor isn't sure whom to believe but delays acting on Barclay's advice long enough to prove that Chakotay's story is true. The problem is finally solved, and the Doctor is returned to Sickbay where he reflects on his unusual day.

Season 2, Episode 4: Elogium

18 September 1995
Voyager encounters new life forms that have a very unusual attraction to the ship. Meanwhile Kes's reproductive cycle, called "the elogium", is mysteriously triggered. She is not prepared for it, as she is too young. But the elogium occurs only once in the Ocampans' short lifespans, and if she wants to have a child, it must be now.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim
Nancy Hower ... Ensign Samantha Wildman
Hudson O'Brien ... Crewmember (as Gary O'Brien)

Terry Correll ... N.D. Crewmember
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)
Stan Ivar ... Mark Johnson (uncredited)
Dennis Madalone ... Command Division Officer (uncredited)
Simon Stotler ... Starfleet Ensign (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Non Sequitur

25 September 1995
Harry Kim wakes up in San Francisco having never been assigned to Voyager which Starfleet considers lost.

Season 2, Episode 6: Twisted

2 October 1995
Voyager encounters a spatial distortion ring that soon surrounds then ship. As it presses closer, it wrecks havoc on systems throughout the ship and changes the layout of the desks and room placement. The crew struggles to find their way around the ship to be able to implement various solutions to save Voyager.

Season 2, Episode 7: Parturition

16 October 1995
After a disagreement over Kes, Neelix and Tom Paris are trapped together on an alien planet and must work together so that they and their alien baby ward can survive.

Season 2, Episode 8: Persistence of Vision

30 October 1995
The Voyager crew enters a new region of space and begins to see hallucinations. The Captain sees her holonovel characters come to life.

Season 2, Episode 9: Tattoo

6 November 1995
Finding a familiar cultural symbol on an away mission, Chakoaty connects with an experience he had as a child and tries to contact his spirit people.

Season 2, Episode 10: Cold Fire

13 November 1995
Ten months after The Caretaker stranded Voyager in the Delta Quadrant, the ship encounters the alien's mate and a station full of Ocampa with heightened psychic powers. Kes, swept up by the possibility of expanding her own abilities, learns just how turbulent and potent they can be. The female Caretaker seeks revenge on Voyager, blaming Janeway for the death of her mate.

Season 2, Episode 11: Maneuvers

20 November 1995
After the Kazon steal some Federation technology Chakotay goes after them on his own and is captured.

Season 2, Episode 12: Resistance

27 November 1995
Disguised while on an away mission Captain Janeway is rescued by a man who thinks that she is his daughter.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes (credit only)

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor (credit only)

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Alan Scarfe ... Augris

Tom Todoroff ... Darod

Glenn Morshower ... Guard #1

Joel Grey ... Caylem
Tracee Cocco ... Mokra homeworld alien (uncredited)
Irving E. Lewis ... Mokra Guard (uncredited)
Dennis Madalone ... Mokra Guard (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Mokra Guard (uncredited)
Shepard Ross ... Mokra Guard (uncredited)
Scott Strozier ... Mokra Guard (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Prototype

15 January 1996
Voyager finds an automated life-form adrift in space. When B'Elanna Torres reactivates it, the unit realizes she may be able to help build more of its kind. The robot kidnaps Torres and gives her an ultimatum: build a working prototype or Voyager will be destroyed.

Season 2, Episode 14: Alliances

22 January 1996
Janeway tries to make an alliance with a Kazon sect for their own protection and so they can continue their journey through the Delta Quadrant.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim
Charles Lucia ... Mabus (as Charles O. Lucia)

Anthony De Longis ... First Maje Culluh

Martha Hackett ... Seska

Raphael Sbarge ... Michael Jonas

Larry Cedar ... Tersa
John Gegenhuber ... Jal Surat

Simon Billig ... Lieutenant Hogan

Mirron E. Willis ... Rettik
Jeff Cadiente ... Loran (uncredited)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)

Elizabeth Goldstein ... Allantra (uncredited)
Ken Gruz ... Kurt Bendera (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
Dennis Madalone ... Kazon guard (uncredited)

Johnny Martin ... Valek (uncredited)
Tom Morga ... Minnis (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane / Kazon-Pommar (uncredited)

Symba ... Bar Dancer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Threshold

29 January 1996
After finding a type of dilithium which can survive at a higher temperatures, Tom Paris comes up with the ingenious idea of attempting to cross the transwarp threshold in an attempt to find a way to get home faster. After a bumpy start and the help of Torres and Kim, they succeed in a holodeck simulation. When it is presented to Captain Janeway, she is impressed and gives them the go ahead to try it, but traveling faster than warp 10 has never before been attempted. The first run goes very well. Tom Paris manages to cross the warp threshold which means that the shuttle craft in which he is traveling exists simultaneously everywhere. But Tom then disappears and Harry is unable to find him anywhere within five parsecs. Tom somehow manages to return to Voyager through subspace, but there are unforeseen side-effects of his transwarp travel and Tom begins to mutate. The doctor tries to treat him with a type of radiation that will prohibit cell mutation, however this fails and Tom dies. To the Doctor's surprise, Paris is able to regenerate himself and wakes up a couple of hours later with two hearts! His body continues mutating, with new organs growing and others being absorbed back in to his body. Tom refuses any treatment, saying that this is the best thing that ever happened to him but deep down he is scared. A cure is found by exposing Tom to highly focused anti-proton radiation to destroy all the new DNA and allowing his original DNA to reassert itself. However, Tom breaks free from his restraints, kidnaps Captain Janeway, takes the shuttle craft to transwarp. Captain Janeway's DNA goes through the same mutagenic process as Tom's. When Voyager catches up with them on an alien planet three days later, Paris and Janeway have devolved millions of years and have mated, producing three offspring. Commander Chakotay recovers Paris and Janeway but makes the decision to leave their offspring on the otherwise unpopulated planet.

Season 2, Episode 16: Meld

5 February 1996
Tuvok investigates the murder of a Voyager engineer. Former Maquis and Betazoid Lon Suder (guest star Brad Dourif) confesses to the murder and offers no explanation or signs of remorse. Tuvok, curious to find a reason for Suder's madness, performs a mind-meld on the killer, only to find himself losing his usual Vulcan control and regressing into madness.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Brad Dourif ... Crewman Lon Suder

Angela Dohrmann ... Ricky

Simon Billig ... Lieutenant Hogan

Majel Barrett ... Voyager Computer (voice)
Carl David Burks ... Lt. Russell / Frank Darwin (uncredited)
John Copage ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Damaris Cordelia ... Security Guard (uncredited)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane (uncredited)
Shepard Ross ... Ensign Murphy (uncredited)
Simon Stotler ... Starfleet Ensign (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Dreadnought

12 February 1996
Voyager comes across a ship that has been destroyed, upon investigation they discover that B'Elanna Torres is responsible! Dreadnought is a self guided missile created by the Cardassians to destroy the Maquis, however the bomb failed to go off allowing B'Elanna to get inside the missile and re-program it to do the Maquis' bidding.

Season 2, Episode 18: Death Wish

19 February 1996
While Voyager investigates what appears to be a rouge comet, the crew accidentally releases a member of the Q Continuum who has been imprisoned within it for over 300 years to prevent him from committing suicide. He then requests asylum on the ship, which leaves Captain Janeway to decide whether he should go back into confinement or whether to grant his request for asylum, which would give him the opportunity to end his life.

Season 2, Episode 19: Lifesigns

26 February 1996
The Doctor saves a Vidiian dying from the Phage by placing her consciousness in a holographic body and then thinks that he is falling in love with her.

Season 2, Episode 20: Investigations

13 March 1996
Tom Paris leaves Voyager and joins a Talaxian space convoy.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Raphael Sbarge ... Michael Jonas

Martha Hackett ... Seska

Jerry Sroka ... Laxeth

Simon Billig ... Lieutenant Hogan

Majel Barrett ... Voyager Computer (voice)

Abdullah II King Of Jordan ... Science Divison Officer (uncredited)
Jeff Cadiente ... Kazon-Nistrim Guard (uncredited)
Steve Carnahan ... Operations Division Officer (uncredited)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)
Holiday Freeman ... Transporter Chief (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
Ken Lesco ... Kazon-Nistrim Guard (uncredited)
Dennis Madalone ... Kazon-Nistrim Guard (uncredited)
Tom Morga ... Kazon-Nistrim Guard (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane (uncredited)
Shepard Ross ... Ensign Murphy (uncredited)
Richard Sarstedt ... William McKenzie (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Deadlock

18 March 1996
A "spatial scission" causes Voyager to be duplicated. One of the Voyagers is under heavy attack from the Vidiians while the other remains impervious. Both Captain Janeways work together and agree to sacrifice one ship to save the other. Before self-sacrifice, the doomed Voyager sends its version of Ensign Kim and newborn Naomi Wildman to the other ship to replace the Kim that was killed in the attack and the baby who died from complications shortly after birth.

Season 2, Episode 22: Innocence

8 April 1996
Tuvok crashes on a planet where he finds some children who know that they are all going to die.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Marnie McPhail ... Alcia
Tiffany Taubman ... Tressa
Sarah Freeman ... Elani (as Sarah Rayne)

Tahj Mowry ... Corin (as Tahj D. Mowry)

Richard Kaszonyi ... Ensign Bennet (as Richard Garon)

Patrick Barnitt ... Drayan Soldier (uncredited)

Minh Collins ... Drayan Soldier (uncredited)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane (uncredited)
Gordon Simmons ... Drayan aide (uncredited)
Ian Spelling ... Drayan Soldier (uncredited)
Simon Stotler ... Starfleet Ensign (uncredited)
Scott Strozier ... Drayan Soldier (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: The Thaw

29 April 1996
Voyager finds a group of people connected in stasis chambers and something has gone terribly wrong.

Season 2, Episode 24: Tuvix

6 May 1996
Tuvok and Neelix are on an alien planet collecting examples of flora but when they attempt to beam back up to Voyager there is a malfunction with the transporter caused by the alien plant life they collected causing them to merge together as one life form, 'Tuvix'.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Tom Wright ... Tuvix

Simon Billig ... Lieutenant Hogan

Bahni Turpin ... Ensign Swinn
John Copage ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)
Holiday Freeman ... Transporter Chief (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: Resolutions

13 May 1996
Captain Janeway and Chakotay contract an incurable virus and they can only survive if they stay behind together on a planet which negates the effects of the disease.

Season 2, Episode 26: Basics: Part 1

20 May 1996
The Kazon take over Voyager and strand the crew on a desolate primitive planet. Only Tom Paris, Lon Suder, and The Doctor are on board Voyager to retake the ship.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Harry Kim

Brad Dourif ... Crewman Lon Suder

Anthony De Longis ... First Maje Culluh
John Gegenhuber ... Tierna

Martha Hackett ... Seska

Henry Darrow ... Kolopak

Scott Haven ... Kazon Engineer

Majel Barrett ... Voyager Computer (voice)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)
Holiday Freeman ... Transporter Chief (uncredited)
Susan Henley ... Ensign Brooks (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
Donald R. Jankiewicz ... Hanon IV Native (uncredited)
Pat Jankiewicz ... Hanon IV Native (uncredited)
Susan Lewis ... Operations Division Officer (uncredited)
Dennis Madalone ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Mark Major ... Kazon-Nistrim (uncredited)

Lorin McCraley ... Hanon IV Native (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane (uncredited)
Spiro Razatos ... Operations Division Officer (uncredited)
Shepard Ross ... Ensign Murphy (uncredited)
Jennifer Somers ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)

Patricia Tallman ... Operations Division Officer (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Basics: Part 2

4 September 1996
The entire Voyager was marooned on a desolate planet by the Kazon. Tom Paris was sent out to try and find someone who can help them. And Lon Suder and the Doctor who are still on Voyager try to help.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Harry Kim

Brad Dourif ... Crewman Lon Suder

Anthony De Longis ... First Maje Culluh

Martha Hackett ... Seska
Nancy Hower ... Ensign Samantha Wildman

Simon Billig ... Lieutenant Hogan

Scott Haven ... Kazon Engineer

David Cowgill ... Alien #2

Michael Bailey Smith ... Alien #1

John K. Shull ... Medicine Man (as John Kenton Shull)

Russ Fega ... Paxim

Majel Barrett ... Voyager Computer / Narrator (voice)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)
Susan Henley ... Ensign Brooks (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
Donald R. Jankiewicz ... Hanon IV Native (uncredited)
Pat Jankiewicz ... Hanon IV Native (uncredited)
Susan Lewis ... Operations Division Officer (uncredited)
Dennis Madalone ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Linda L.C. Madalone ... Hanon IV Native (uncredited)
Mark Major ... Kazon-Nistrim (uncredited)

Lorin McCraley ... Hanon IV Native (uncredited)
Tom Morga ... Kazon-Nistrim (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane (uncredited)
Shepard Ross ... Ensign Murphy (uncredited)
Jennifer Somers ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Charles Spector ... Talaxian Officer (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Flashback

11 September 1996
Captain Janeway participates in a mind-meld with Tuvok reliving his experiences on the SS Excelsior under the command of Captain Sulu at the time of the "Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country" movie.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Grace Lee Whitney ... Commander Janice Rand
Jeremy Roberts ... Lt. Dimitri Valtane

Boris Lee Krutonog ... Helmsman Lojur (as Boris Krutonog)

Michael Ansara ... Kang

George Takei ... Captain Sulu
John Copage ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)
Sara Hart ... Excelsior crewman (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
Demitris Lawson ... Young Tuvok (uncredited)
Susan Lewis ... Operations Division Officer (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Alien Excelsior crewman (uncredited)
Shepard Ross ... Ensign Murphy (uncredited)
L. Stachawiack ... Excelsior crewman (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)
Talon Tears ... Excelsior Crewman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: The Chute

18 September 1996
Tom Paris and Harry Kim are wrongly convicted of a terrorist bombing. Even though Janeway captures the true criminals, Tom and Harry are fitted with strange brain implants and imprisoned on a satellite. In the prison, the inmates have no supervision, no medical care, and all have implants which increase their aggressive tendencies. New prisoners and food-rations are delivered through a one-way chute. As days pass, the friends try to hold on to reality but find themselves turning on one another and taking drastic measures to survive and attempt escape.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Don McManus ... Zio

Robert Pine ... Ambassador Liria

James Parks ... Vel

Ed Trotta ... Pit
Beans Morocco ... Rib

Rosemary Morgan ... Piri

Paul Terrell Clayton ... Crewman Andrews (uncredited)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
Tom Morga ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Swarm

25 September 1996
Voyager is attacked by swarms of tiny spaceships which attach themselves to Voyager's hull. The Doctor is losing his memory and Torres activates the Jupiter Station diagnostic program run by a familiar hologram.

Season 3, Episode 5: False Profits

2 October 1996
Voyager comes across a pair of Alpha Quadrant Ferengis who have set themselves up as Gods on a primitive planet. Voyager wants to end their reign and use the nearby wormhole to return home.

Season 3, Episode 6: Remember

9 October 1996
Lieutenant Torres starts having vivid dreams about another life, another love and another planet.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Eugene Roche ... Jor Brel

Charles Esten ... Dathan

Athena Massey ... Jessen

Eve Brenner ... Jora Mirell (as Eve H. Brenner)

Bruce Davison ... Jareth
Nancy Kaine ... Woman
Tina Reddington ... Girl

Majel Barrett ... Voyager Computer (voice)
John Copage ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)

Scott Leva ... Fredick (uncredited)
Richard Sarstedt ... William McKenzie (uncredited)
Pablo Soriano ... Demelos (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Sacred Ground

30 October 1996
After Kes is injured by an energy beam on a planet's sacred ground, Janeway must undergo a spiritual quest in order to save her life.

Season 3, Episode 8: Future's End: Part 1

6 November 1996
A timeship from the future who tries to stop Voyager gets thrown with Voyager into the twentieth century. His timeship is found in the 1960's and Voyager finds a company that has benefited from its technology exists in 1996.

Season 3, Episode 9: Future's End: Part 2

13 November 1996
Henry Starling, who made a fortune from his looting of 29th century technology from the crashed timeship, is planning a foray into the future to feed his greed. The Voyager crew 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 an anti-government white supremacist militia who believe that they are feds.

Season 3, Episode 10: Warlord

20 November 1996
A dying warlord takes over Kes's body and is determined to retake his home planet.

Season 3, Episode 11: The Q and the Grey

27 November 1996
Due to the death of the Q in their last encounter with Voyager, a Civil War has broken out among the Q continuum. A new Q needs to be produced and the mischievous Q known to the USS Enterprise has chosen Janeway as his mate.

Season 3, Episode 12: Macrocosm

11 December 1996
After returning from a first contact mission, Janeway, Neelix and the Doctor must retake Voyager from an infestation of microorganisms that grow to an alarming size.

Season 3, Episode 13: Fair Trade

8 January 1997
Voyager heads into a section of space that Neelix has no knowledge of so he tries to obtain a map of it from a less than reputable friend.

Season 3, Episode 14: Alter Ego

15 January 1997
Harry Kim finds himself in love with Marayna, a character from Neelix's Polynesian resort holodeck program. Seeking to eliminate the emotion, Harry turns to Tuvok, who interacts with the woman and finds himself falling for her as well. While Harry is overwhelmed with feelings of jealousy and betrayal, Tuvok realizes the persona is too real and discovers she is actually a lonely alien who can interact with passing ships through their computers.

Season 3, Episode 15: Coda

29 January 1997
Chakotay and Janeway crash on a planet and are are stuck in a time loop where Janeway dies.

Season 3, Episode 16: Blood Fever

5 February 1997
Ensign Vorik undergoes the Vulcan mating drive known as Pon farr. The strong chemical imbalance affects B'Elanna Torres as well, leading her to irrational thoughts and behavior. Trapped in a cave, Tom Paris must try to reason with B'Elanna and get her medical attention while trying to respect his friend and deny her uncharacteristic sexual advances.

Season 3, Episode 17: Unity

12 February 1997
Chakotay finds a planet of unassimilated Borg drones from all over the galaxy.

Season 3, Episode 18: Darkling

19 February 1997
Kes falls in love on an away mission. The Doctor, seeking to expand his programming, incorporates the personalities of several historical figures. B'Elanna Torres chastises The Doctor, warning him that his program is complex and the results could be unfavorable. But, it is too late, as the Doctor develops an alter-ego; a violent, unethical personality who attempts to murder Kes' new beau.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

David Lee Smith ... Zahir

Stephen Davies ... Nakahn
Noel De Souza ... Mahatma Ghandi (as Noél de Souza)
Christopher Clarke ... Lord Byron
Susan Henley ... Ensign Brooks (as Sue Henley)

Majel Barrett ... Voyager Computer (voice)
Damaris Cordelia ... Mikhal bar alien (uncredited)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)
Holiday Freeman ... Transporter chief (uncredited)
Susan Lewis ... Mikhal traveler (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane / Mikhal bar alien (uncredited)
Lemuel Perry ... Mikhal bar alien (uncredited)
Don Rutherford ... Socrates (uncredited)
Jennifer Somers ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Rise

26 February 1997
While helping a planet being bombarded by asteroids, Neelix and Tuvok get trapped on the surface and Tuvok's negative attitude is getting on Neelix's nerves.

Season 3, Episode 20: Favorite Son

19 March 1997
While Ensign Kim begins experiencing bizarre DNA changes, he instinctively leads Voyager to a planet whose inhabitants claim Kim is really a member of their race and is ritualistically returning home. When his welcome seems too good to be true, Kim loses contact with Voyager and begins to uncover the alien's true intentions.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Cari Shayne ... Eliann

Deborah May ... Lyris

Patrick Fabian ... Taymon

Kelli Kirkland ... Rinna

Kristanna Loken ... Malia (as Kristanna S. Loken)
Christopher Carroll ... Alben

Irene Tsu ... Kim's Mother

Elle Alexander ... Taresian Woman (uncredited)
Reba Shaw Alexander ... Taresian Woman (uncredited)
Steve Carnahan ... Operations Division Officer (uncredited)
Cheryl Eckelberg ... Taresian Woman (uncredited)
Jennifer Ferdinand ... Taresian Woman (uncredited)

Noelle Hannibal ... Taresian Woman (uncredited)
Susan Henley ... Ensign Brooks (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
Linda Li ... Taresian woman (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane (uncredited)
Richard Sarstedt ... William McKenzie (uncredited)
Rainell Saunders ... Taresian Woman (uncredited)

Patricia Tallman ... Taresian Woman (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)
Kenny Yee ... Young Harry Kim (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: Before and After

9 April 1997
Starting near her death with no memory, Kes experiences parts of her life moving backwards through time. The Doctor develops an experimental procedure to extend Kes' lifespan beyond the Ocampan standard nine years. We see a possible future Voyager where Janeway and Torres died years ago in a great war and the survivors of Voyager were exposed to temporal radiation. The Doctor's procedure re-activates the symptoms of the radiation, causing Kes to relive moments of her life, from being elderly to her conception. In this reality, Kes and Tom Paris married and had a daughter named Linnis. Linnis and Kes became ship's physicians. At age three, Linnis married Harry Kim and they had a son named Andrew. When the cycle takes Kes back to an embryo, the cycle begins again in the correct order, stopping at present day, leaving Kes with all the memories of the possible future and valuable knowledge of the upcoming war that will be known as "The Year of Hell."

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Jessica Collins ... Linnis Paris
Michael Maguire ... Benaren

Christopher Aguilar ... Andrew Kim (as Christopher Aguilar)
Janna Michaels ... Young Kes

Rachael Harris ... Martis

Majel Barrett ... Voyager Computer (voice) (uncredited)
John Copage ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)
Grace Harrell ... Ocampa (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane (uncredited)
Richard Sarstedt ... William McKenzie (uncredited)
Jennifer Somers ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: Real Life

23 April 1997
The Doctor creates a holographic family, but B'elanna Torres thinks the Doctor's simulation is too "nice" (in a "Leave It To beaver" sort of way). She introduces some alterations to the program to make the simulation more accurate to real life: a wife who often disagrees, a rebellious teenage son, and a daughter who is sure she knows better than her doting father. When his daughter is critically injured the Doctor must make a choice, run back to his Voyager life, or face the harsh "reality" of losing a loved one.

Season 3, Episode 23: Distant Origin

30 April 1997
A Voth scientist finds the remains of a Voyager crewman who died on the planet where the crew was exiled by the Kazon during the two-part episode "Basics". An analysis of the remains' DNA shows links to his own DNA. While tracking and studying the Voyager crew, the scientist and his aide are discovered; they eventually pool their knowledge and conclude that the saurian is an evolved dinosaur from a species that left Earth more than 65 million years earlier. The scientist is thrilled to be able to prove his Distant Origin theory (that his Voth race originated elsewhere in the galaxy), but the rulers of his society place him on trial for heresy against the doctrinal teachings of their heritage, the central tenet being that they originated in the Delta Quadrant. The outcome of that trial threatens the Voyager crew as well.

Season 3, Episode 24: Displaced

7 May 1997
Voyager's crew is being replaced by strangers one by one and the replacements don't know why they are there.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Kenneth Tigar ... Dammar

Mark L. Taylor ... Jarlath
James Noah ... Rislan

Nancy Youngblut ... Taleen

Deborah Levin ... Ensign Lang

Majel Barrett ... Computer Voice (voice)
Steve Carnahan ... Operations Division Officer (uncredited)
Holiday Freeman ... Transporter Chief (uncredited)
Susan Henley ... Ensign Brooks (uncredited)
Zach LeBeau ... Ensign Larsen (uncredited)
Susan Lewis ... Operations Division Officer (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane (uncredited)
Keith Rayve ... Command Division Officer (uncredited)
Aric Rogokos ... Nyrian invader (uncredited)
Laurence Todd Rosenthal ... Ensign Molina (uncredited)
Shepard Ross ... Ensign Murphy (uncredited)
Richard Sarstedt ... William McKenzie (uncredited)
Jennifer Somers ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Pablo Soriano ... Nyrian invader (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: Worst Case Scenario

14 May 1997
Members of the Voyager crew clandestinely participate in a hidden holodeck program where the ship's Maquis members stage an insurrection. Word gets out and Tuvok confesses to writing the program as a training guide for security officers but never finished it because the merged crew seemed to be working well together. When Tuvok and Paris get trapped in the program, they realize that former crew mate and Cardassian spy Seska had added her own twist to the story.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (as Roxann Biggs-Dawson)

Jennifer Lien ... Kes

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Lieutenant Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Lieutenant Tuvok

Garrett Wang ... Ensign Harry Kim

Martha Hackett ... Seska

Majel Barrett ... Voyager Computer (voice)
John Copage ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Damaris Cordelia ... Security Guard (uncredited)
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)
Ransom Gates ... Crewman O'Donnell (uncredited)
Susan Henley ... Ensign Brooks (uncredited)

Kerry Hoyt ... Crewman Fitzpatrick (uncredited)
Zach LeBeau ... Ensign Larsen (uncredited)
Tom Morga ... Crewman Carlson (uncredited)
Louis Ortiz ... Ensign Culhane (uncredited)

Raphael Sbarge ... Michael Jonas (voice) (uncredited)
Jennifer Somers ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
John Alex Tampoya ... Kashimuro Nozawa (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 26: Scorpion: Part 1

21 May 1997
About to enter Borg space, Voyager finds a threat so devastating that even the Borg can not deal with it.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Scorpion: Part 2

3 September 1997
Voyager finds a solution to combat the invader of Borg space. All Captain Janeway asks is free passage through their territory and Voyager will share their knowledge.

Season 4, Episode 2: The Gift

10 September 1997
Seven of Nine, the Borg drone that Voyager severed from the collective, tries to resist as her natural human physiology tries to regenerate. It's up to Captain Janeway to convince her to embrace her humanity and join the Voyager crew. Meanwhile, Kes' telekinetic powers grow to such a point that she can no longer control them. In order to prevent Voyager from being destroyed, she decides she must leave the ship.

Season 4, Episode 3: Day of Honor

17 September 1997
The Klingon holiday known as Day Of Honor comes around again and this year B'Elanna Torres decides to embrace her Klingon heritage and participate in a series of ritual endurance tests. But blood pie and painstiks are the last thing on her mind when an emergency necessitates ejecting Voyagers warp core. Torres and Tom Paris are sent in a shuttlecraft to retrieve it but the Caatati decide they want the core and destroy the shuttle. Paris and Torres don EV suits and beam off in time, only to find themselves adrift in space with little oxygen. Accepting her impending death, B'Elanna confesses to Tom that she loves him, they pass out, and are rescued by Voyager in the nick of time.

Season 4, Episode 4: Nemesis

24 September 1997
Commander Chakotay's shuttle is hit by enemy cross-fire and crashes on a planet in the midst of a war. One side befriends him and attempts to help him locate his shuttle and he finds himself quickly taking sides. When he is captured by the other side, he is reminded that every army has its own story.

Season 4, Episode 5: Revulsion

1 October 1997
Voyager receives a distress call from a lone survivor on a damaged ship. When learning the survivor is a hologram, The Doctor insists on joining B'Elanna Torres who lends aid in fixing the ship. Once on the ship, Dejaren (guest star Leland Orser) expresses his hatred of "organics," and Torres discovers that the crew were not killed by a virus but instead brutally murdered, Dejaren turns on her and nearly kills her too.

Season 4, Episode 6: The Raven

8 October 1997
Janeway is trying to gain passage through a region of space owned by a cautious and xenophobic race of aliens. Negotiations are disrupted when Seven of Nine believes that she is being contacted by the Borg and forcefully leaves Voyager to rejoin the collective and heads into the alien territory.

Season 4, Episode 7: Scientific Method

29 October 1997
A string of bizarre illnesses afflicts the Voyager crew. The Doctor and Seven of Nine uncover a team of alien researchers existing out of phase performing medical experiments on the ship's crew.

Season 4, Episode 8: Year of Hell: Part 1

5 November 1997
Voyager comes across a Krenim timeship that is wiping whole species from existence by changing the existing timeline.

Season 4, Episode 9: Year of Hell: Part 2

12 November 1997
A year after Voyager encounters the Krenim time ship, a badly damaged Voyager with a skeleton crew leads an armada of interplanetary ships against them.

Season 4, Episode 10: Random Thoughts

19 November 1997
Voyager visits a planet with a telepathic races that outlaws negative thoughts. When B'Elanna is charged with releasing an angry thought into the society and condemned to a dangerous neurological procedure, Tuvok uncovers a black market dealing in violent thoughts.

Season 4, Episode 11: Concerning Flight

26 November 1997
While Janeway is visiting her da Vinci holodeck program, Voyager is mugged by transporter. They steal everything from the main computer core, to the emergency rations, even the dirty laundry! They track the property to a trade outpost. When they take a team to recover the gear, Janeway is shocked to find her holodeck character da Vinci (guest star John Rhys-Davies) - wearing The Doctor's mobile emitter living there. He believes it is America, and tells her he has been hired by the Prince as an inventor. With da Vinci's help, she gets the computer back, but the 'Prince' and his men chase them into the hills, where da Vinci's newest invention awaits to help them fly away.

Season 4, Episode 12: Mortal Coil

17 December 1997
Neelix experiences a crisis of faith when, after being dead for nearly nineteen hours, Seven of Nine revives him using her Borg technology. On awakening, Neelix has no memory of experiencing the Talaxian afterlife and begins to doubt everything his culture believes about the post-thanatic experience and their spiritual place in the universe. His crisis is played out with the help of Chakotay's vision quest.

Season 4, Episode 13: Waking Moments

14 January 1998
The Voyager crew are assaulted in the form of nightmares. An alien species, functioning only in a dream world, disables the crew and traps them in a shared dream. Chakotay strives to stay awake and help The Doctor disable the aliens' hold on the crew, all while wondering if he is still dreaming.

Season 4, Episode 14: Message in a Bottle

21 January 1998
Using an alien communications net, Voyager sends their Doctor to the Federation ship USS Prometheus only to find that it has been taken over by Romulans.

Season 4, Episode 15: Hunters

11 February 1998
Voyager starts to receive news from home both good and bad. They also encounter the Hirogen race who only live to hunt and have their sights on Voyager.

Season 4, Episode 16: Prey

18 February 1998
Helping a wounded Hirogen, Janeway finds that their prey has boarded Voyager, a member of species 8472.

Season 4, Episode 17: Retrospect

25 February 1998
Seven of Nine claims to have been assaulted by the arms trader who just sold new technology to Voyager.

Season 4, Episode 18: The Killing Game: Part 1

4 March 1998
After Voyager is captured by the Hirogens, the ship is turned into a massive holodeck so that the Hirogens can hunt members of the crew who have been fitted with new identities in various scenarios based upon Federation history.

Season 4, Episode 19: The Killing Game: Part 2

4 March 1998
Janeway and the crew must retake Voyager from the Hirogens.

Season 4, Episode 20: Vis À Vis

1 April 1998
Bored with his daily routine, Tom Paris finds a refreshing friendship with a visiting alien willing to share a new method of propulsion with Voyager. Unwittingly, Tom finds trouble when his new friend swaps bodies and delivers him to authorities ready to charge Tom with the aliens' crimes. Meanwhile, the alien in Tom's body makes waves in Tom's personal and professional relationships on Voyager.

Season 4, Episode 21: The Omega Directive

15 April 1998
Voyager's sensor detect a rare particle theoretically capable of damaging subspace and nullifying warp travel. Under a classified directive known only to Starfleet Captains and above, Janeway leads Voyager on a mission to destroy all traces of the particle. Seven of Nine is hesitant to destroy the Omega particle, remembering the Borg revered it as the embodiment of perfection.

Season 4, Episode 22: Unforgettable

22 April 1998
An alien woman requests asylum aboard Voyager, stating she has been aboard recently and she and Chakotay fell in love. She claims her race wants to keep themselves concealed from other races and have ways to forget contact with her species. Once an agent charged with returning fugitives to her homeworld, she is now being hunted by her former colleagues for revealing her race's secrets.

Season 4, Episode 23: Living Witness

29 April 1998
When The Doctor's back-up module is found, his program is brought on-line for the first time in seven hundred years. In the future, Kyrian Museum of Heritage teaches a history that writes Voyager as playing a detrimental role in beginning their Great War with the Vaskans. The Doctor is the only living witness and sets the record straight, but the new "facts" give way to old tensions from the formerly warring races and the museum curator and The Doctor find themselves amidst violence and destruction instead of the peace and understanding they hoped for.

Kate Mulgrew ... Captain Kathryn Janeway

Robert Beltran ... Chakotay

Roxann Dawson ... B'Elanna Torres (credit only)

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Tom Paris

Ethan Phillips ... Neelix

Robert Picardo ... The Doctor

Tim Russ ... Tuvok

Jeri Ryan ... Seven of Nine

Garrett Wang ... Harry Kim

Henry Woronicz ... Quarren
Rod Arrants ... Vaskan Ambassador Daleth

Craig Richard Nelson ... Vaskan Arbiter
Marie Chambers ... Kyrian Arbiter

Brian Fitzpatrick ... Tedran, Kyrian Rebel Leader

Morgan H. Margolis ... Vaskan Rioter

Mary Anne McGarry ... Tabris

Timothy Davis-Reed ... Kyrian Spectator
Tarik Ergin ... Lieutenant Ayala (uncredited)
Shepard Ross ... Ensign Murphy (uncredited)
Steve Silverie ... Vaskan Spectator (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 24: Demon

6 May 1998
Desperate to replenish the ship's power resources, Voyager seeks out a deuterium signature on a class "Y" a.k.a. "Demon Class" planet. After nearly being lost, Paris and Kim are thought to be "bioformed" to the planet's atmosphere. Further investigation uncovers a strange life form which after making physical contact with the away team, has developed self-awareness and will do anything to keep it.

Season 4, Episode 25: One

13 May 1998
An unavoidable poisonous nebula forces the entire crew into stasis chambers - all except the unaffected Doctor and Seven of Nine, who must fight her nearly life long "collective" mentality to handle being alone for over a month while combating ship-wide failures, a strange alien intruder, and her own fears of individuality and loneliness.

Season 4, Episode 26: Hope and Fear

20 May 1998
An alien translator by the name of Arturis is able to finally decode the Starfleet message received by Voyager five months ago. It tells them to go to a new type of ship waiting for them with an engine system faster than warp drive, which is capable of bringing them home within three months.

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Night

14 October 1998
Crew morale hits an all-time low when Voyager must spend two years crossing an expanse devoid of any star systems 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.

Season 5, Episode 2: Drone

21 October 1998
Voyager is investigating the birth of a nebula. Unfortunately, after an away mission shuttle is caught in the blast, a transporter accident during the team evacuation causes the Doctor's mobile emitter to be infected with Seven's nanoprobes. The mobile emitter starts assimilating a science lab, and creates a new drone built upon the emitter's twenty-ninth century technology.

Season 5, Episode 3: Extreme Risk

28 October 1998
B'Elanna Torres secretly participates in several dangerous holodeck programs. The Voyager crew works around the clock to build the Delta Flyer, hoping to beat the Malon in retrieving a lost probe from the atmosphere of a gas giant.

Season 5, Episode 4: In the Flesh

4 November 1998
The crew of Voyager discover a simulation of Starfleet Headquarters being run by Species 8472, the enemy they helped the Borg defeat in the two-part episode "Scorpion". It is being used to practice infiltrating the Federation. With the aid of regular doses of drugs, Species 8472 are able to shape-shift into human form. It is up to Janeway to try to convince the aliens that Starfleet is not a threat to them.

Season 5, Episode 5: Once Upon a Time

11 November 1998
The Delta Flyer crash lands after encountering an ion storm. Voyager desperately tries to contact and rescue Tuvok, Paris, and a badly injured Ensign Samantha Wildman. Meanwhile aboard ship, Neelix attempts to distract young Naomi Wildman, who is eager to hear from her mother. Finding out the truth, Naomi escapes into a popular children's holo-novel.

Season 5, Episode 6: Timeless

18 November 1998
A miscalculation by Ensign Kim causes a fatal crash during Voyager's first test with slipstream travel. Fifteen years in the future, survivors Chakotay, Kim and The Doctor attempt to send a message back in time to prevent the tragedy.

Season 5, Episode 7: Infinite Regress

25 November 1998
Voyager comes in contact with Borg technology which causes Seven of Nine to display multiple personalities.

Season 5, Episode 8: Nothing Human

2 December 1998
An injured cytoplasmic life-form attaches itself to Torres, tapping into her body like a parasite. Unsure of how to save his patient, The Doctor creates a holographic recreation of a non-humanoid exobiology specialist to consult the case. The consult is going well until Torres refuses treatment when it is made known the Cardassian specialist was responsible for tortuous experiments resulting in the deaths of thousands of Bajorans.

Season 5, Episode 9: Thirty Days

9 December 1998
In a letter to his father, Tom Paris tells the story of the events leading up to his demotion to Ensign and sentence to thirty days in Voyager's brig.

Season 5, Episode 10: Counterpoint

16 December 1998
Voyager passes through a sector of space controlled by race which is deeply suspicious of telepathic lifeforms. Tuvok and others force the Voyager crew to develop a novel approach in order to pass through safely.

Season 5, Episode 11: Latent Image

21 January 1999
The Doctor (Robert Picardo) uncovers evidence his memory was erased 18 months ago. Nearly all traces of a crewman and a fateful away mission have been deleted by Captain Janeway. Confronted by The Doctor's need for answers and Seven of Nine's perspective on the rights of a hologram, Janeway restores the fatal truth about Ensign Jetal, The Doctor's choice that led to her death, and his resulting breakdown. A powerful episode with an outstanding performance by Picardo.

Season 5, Episode 12: Bride of Chaotica!

27 January 1999
While Tom Paris & Harry Kim are running an episode of their "Captain Proton" holodeck programs, Voyager gets caught in a layer of sub space. However this layer or 'sub space sand bar' as it is nicknamed is home to a race of photonic aliens. There is one big problem: they are not able to detect Voyager or any carbon based life forms (humans). Instead they transport down on to the holodeck and start a war with Dr Chaotica's army of Evil! When Voyager detects internal weapons fire on the holodeck, Tom Paris and Tuvok are dispatched to find out what the problem is. When they arrive on the holodeck Paris immediately notices something is wrong in that one of the 'good guys' his secretary Constance Goodheart is dead. This is strange - as he puts it 'the good guys never die'. Furthermore, they find Chaotica's robot, badly damaged, and after some minor repairs and Tuvok commenting, "Mr. Paris, your knowledge of this technology is impressive", the robot informs them that there are intruders from the fifth dimension who came through a portal. Tuvok is able to verify that the weapons signature coming from the 'portals' matches the weapons signature that they detected. Before they leave Paris insists on checking his rocket ship as it has sensors of a type. While deciphering 20th century technology a holographic alien enters the ship and does not believe what Tuvok has to say; he cannot detect them as they are not photonic life forms. Satan's robot then attacks him causing him to drop his "calling card". While they are on this little re-con sense mission Janeway, Torres and Seven are in the Astrometrics lab. Janeway comments that this reminds her of a previous mission when she was a science officer on the Alabotoney, "We spent three days spinning our wheels before we realized that our own engine emissions were..." Seven of Nine literally takes the words out of her mouth: apparently if they lower their emissions then they will be able to get out. Paris comes up with a plan to deal with Chaotica which Captain Janeway who seems to find slightly amusing. Paris suggests that they allow the story to play out with a bit of help from the Voyager crew; all they have to do is do disable the "death ray". Tuvok then comments, "It's a pity that we don't have one". Paris convinces a reluctant Captain Janeway to play the part of Arachnia, Queen of the Spider People, as it will allow them to infiltrate Chaotica's Fortress of Doom. He has been looking to create an alliance with the Queen. A more enthusiastic EMH is willing to take on the role of President of Earth in order to get the aliens to stop firing so that Paris (Captain Proton) and Harry Kim can disable the Death Ray. As the doctor is holographic they believe him because they can detect him. But even these best laid plans don't go according to plan; Janeway is tricked into confinement rings after insisting that the lightening shield (force field) be taken down makes Chaotica suspicious of her. However she is unable to uncork the pheromones, a powerful love potion that was given to Chaotica by the real Arachnia. Chaotica's henchman Lonzac then releases Janeway from her bonds allowing her to turn off the lightening shield; Paris is then able to fire on the Fortress of Doom, apparently killing his nemesis. But is this really the end of Chaotica? Tune in next time! Freed of the photonic aliens' interference, Voyager is then able to move off this 'sub space sandbar' and continue on her way homeward.

Season 5, Episode 13: Gravity

3 February 1999
A Voyager shuttle manned by Lt. Cmdr. Tuvok, Ensign Paris and The Doctor is pulled into a subspace gravity well and crashes on a Class "D" planet existing within it. With the shuttle too damaged to fly, the away team befriends Noss (guest star Lori Petty,) alien woman who crashed on the planet several seasons before them. As weeks pass, the survivors grow close. Noss learns English and teaches Tuvok and Paris how to survive the other aliens and hunt for food. Noss finds herself in love with Tuvok, and frustrated that he will not allow his emotions to love her back. Through a series of flashbacks, we see a young, rebellious Tuvok who was in love and fought against traditional Vulcan teachings. Back on Voyager, only hours have passed since the ship lost contact with the shuttle. Janeway and the crew must find a way to rescue their shipmates before a local alien ship closes the phenomenon permanently.

Season 5, Episode 14: Bliss

10 February 1999
The Voyager crew discovers what seems to be a wormhole leading to the Alpha Quadrant and home. Images of Earth and letters from home elates the crew of Voyager. Seven, and others, however, are skeptical of this seeming deliverance.

Season 5, Episode 15: Dark Frontier: Part 1

17 February 1999
Members of the Voyager crew train on the holodeck for a raid on a Borg ship. Should they be successful, they will steal the Borg trans-warp coil in hopes of integrating the technology into Voyager's systems. The Borg seem to be one step ahead when the Borg Queen communicates with Seven of Nine.

Season 5, Episode 16: Dark Frontier: Part 2

17 February 1999
Janeway is confused but won't give up on her crew mate and friend. Two years after being liberated from the collective, Seven of Nine rejoins the Borg, seemingly of her own will. When Janeway finds a history of transmissions from the Borg to Seven, she is convinced that Seven was lured back against her wishes. Meanwhile, aboard the Borg sphere, the Borg Queen attempts to seduce Seven into helping her assimilate Earth.

Season 5, Episode 17: The Disease

24 February 1999
Voyager encounters a group of xenophobic nomads, at space for 400 years, with serious ship wide malfunctions. This offer to help leads to serious consequences. Strait laced Ensign Kim gets entangled in a forbidden romance.