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Captain Janeway encounters the first woman aviator, Amelia Earhart.
Alone aboard a Shuttlecraft, Chakotay is targeted by a young Kazon who must earn his warrior name by killing the Federation enemy.
Believing the ship has suffered a massive attack, The Doctor ventures from Sickbay via a remote holo-projection system.
When alien life forms accelerate Kes' reproductive process, she has just one chance to mate and have a child.
Ensign Kim awakens to find himself on Earth in a 24th century San Francisco.
A spatial distortion causes a system malfunction and changes the ship's structural layout.
Neelix and Paris make unlikely teammates and even more unlikely caretakers to an newborn alien.
A strange force causes the crew to succumb to a delusional state.
When an away team encounters hostile natives, Chakotay has flashbacks of himself as a young boy who disappoints his father by not embraching his cultural traditions.
The Caretaker's female mate, possibly the only hope in returning the Voyager crew home, is finally found.
Seska is back and poised to help destroy Voyager--and Chakotay.
Janeway must rescue Tuvok and Torres when Mokra soldiers take them prisoner, but she is forced to rely on an eccentric alien man who believes she is his daughter.
When the crew finds a deactivated robot floating in space, a curious Torres brings it back to life, only to be abducted by it.
To strengthen Voyager's position in the Quadrant, Janeway reluctantly seeks to form an alliance with the Kazon.
Paris makes history by shuttling to Warp Ten.
One crewman murders another, leading Tuvok to attempt an understanding of violent impulses through a mind-meld.
Torres must reprogram a Cardassian-designed errant missile before it destroys a planet and Voyager.
The omnipotent Q returns to a Starfleet vessel.
While treating a Vidiian female for the Phage, the Doctor feels romantic for the first time.
After Lieutenant Paris takes leave to join a Talaxian convoy, Neelix's investigation leads him to believe Paris had been trading information to the Kazon all along.
As the Vidiians draw near, a mysterious divergence field creates a duplicate Voyager with an identical crew but there's not enough antimatter to sustain both vessels.
Tuvok intervenes on behalf of a young Drayan-born child abandoned by her own people.
The crew must conquer the embodiment of fear--a maniacal clown.
A strange occurrence during an away mission causes Neelix and Tuvok to become one entity--Tuvix--a humor-filled, logic-defying fusion of the two crewmen.
Janeway and Chakotay are afflicted with a deadly virus and must confine themselves to a small planet while the rest of the crew continues the journey home.
The battle is over... Voyager has lost... the Kazon seize the ship and abandon a defenseless Starfleet crew on a primitive planet.
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