Star Trek: Voyager

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In the fourth season of the popular Star Trek series, the crew of the Federation Starship Voyager continues on its mission: to find their way home after being stuck in the Delta Quadrant -- 75,000 light years from Earth.
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Kate MulgrewRobert BeltranRoxann Biggs-Dawson
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  1. 1. Scorpion (Part 2)
    September 2, 1997
    46min
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    The Voyager crew gets a new shipmate: a Borg.
  2. 2. The Gift
    September 9, 1997
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    The crew must say goodbye to one member of their family just as they are adjusting to a new one.
  3. 3. Day Of Honor
    September 16, 1997
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    A close encounter with death teaches Torres the true meaning of honor.
  4. 4. Nemesis
    September 23, 1997
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    Stranded on a strange planet, Chakotay finds himself in the middle of a deceptive war.
  5. 5. Revulsion
    September 30, 1997
    46min
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    A rescue mission puts Torres and the Doctor in the hands of a psychopathic hologram.
  6. 6. The Raven
    October 8, 1997
    46min
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    Haunting visions lead Seven of Nine on a quest to rejoin the Collective.
  7. 7. Scientific Method
    October 28, 1997
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    The Voyager crew is invaded by an alien race conducting dangerous experiments.
  8. 8. Year of Hell (Part 1)
    November 4, 1997
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    A disruption in the space-time continuum forces the crew to evacuate Voyager.
  9. 9. Year of Hell (Part 2)
    November 11, 1997
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    The destruction of Voyager changes history.'
  10. 10. Random Thoughts
    November 18, 1997
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    A telepathic race arrests Torres for her violent thoughts.
  11. 11. Concerning Flight
    November 25, 1997
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    While searching for equipment stolen from Voyager, Janeway gets help from her holodeck mentor, Leonardo da Vinci.
  12. 12. Mortal Coil
    December 16, 1997
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    When Neelix dies and is brought back to life, he begins to doubt his spiritual beliefs.
  13. 13. Waking Moments
    January 14, 1998
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    Nightmares become reality when the crew is attacked in their dreams.
  14. 14. Message in a Bottle
    January 20, 1998
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    The Voyager crew makes contact with a Starfleet ship in the Alpha Quadrant.
  15. 15. Hunters
    February 11, 1998
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    A message from Starfleet brings the crew letters from home.
  16. 16. Prey
    February 17, 1998
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    Voyager is caught in the middle of a deadly game between hunter and prey.
  17. 17. Retrospect
    February 24, 1998
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    Exploration into Seven of Nine's repressed memories results in tragedy.
  18. 18. The Killing Game (Part 1)
    March 4, 1998
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    An enemy attack leaves Janeway and the crew believing they are characters in a World War II holodeck simulation.
  19. 19. The Killing Game (Part 2)
    March 4, 1998
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    World War II happens all over again as a holodeck simulation spills out onto the decks of Voyager.
  20. 20. Vis A Vis
    March 31, 1998
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    When Voyager stops to help an alien repair his ship, the alien switches bodies with Paris.
  21. 21. The Omega Directive
    April 14, 1998
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    Voyager comes across a space phenomenon that must be destroyed at all costs.
  22. 22. Unforgettable
    April 21, 1998
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    Chakotay meets a woman he once loved, but he has no memory of her.
  23. 23. Living Witness
    April 28, 1998
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    Hundreds of years in the future, the Voyager crew is accused of murder.
  24. 24. Demon
    May 5, 1998
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    An alien species tries to populate its planet by duplicating the Voyager crew.
  25. 25. One
    May 12, 1998
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    With the fate of the crew in her hands, Seven must face her deepest fears alone.
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Directors
Winrich KolbeAnson WilliamsAlexander SingerJesus Salvador TrevinoKenneth BillerLevar BurtonDavid LivingstonAllan KroekerMike VejarNancy MaloneAllan EastmanVictor LoblAndrew J. RobinsonTim Russ
Supporting actors
Jennifer LienRobert Duncan McNeillEthan PhillipsRobert PicardoTim RussGarrett WangJeri Ryan
Producers
Rick BermanBrannon Braga
Season year
1998
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Paramount Television
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Mike Billington author of Murder in the Rainy SeasonReviewed in the United States on July 4, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Truly a breakout season
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Season Four is considered by many "Voyager" fans as its breakout season.
I agree.
Season Four brought us one of the most intriguing characters in sci-fi television history - the half Borg, half human Seven of Nine - but it did much more than that. It dealt with huge social issues, gave us interesting new antagonists, and deepened our understanding of the characters aboard Voyager.
(Capt. Janeway's reaction to the "Dear John" letter from her former fiance, the personal growth of characters such as Harry Kim and Tom Paris, and the growing sense of commitment to each other shared by crew members were all examples of that.)
For me, however, it was the fact the writers dared go where few sci-fi writers ever have when producing television scripts that made this an outstanding season. They hit issues such as racial discrimination head on, explained why diplomacy is always preferable to open conflict, and introduced interesting ethical debates into their scripts.
For my money, the Star Trek franchise has always done that better than any other series I can think of and this season of Voyager just reaffirms that belief.
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NosidinoReviewed in the United States on August 21, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
Season Four Was Not A Bore.
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The Fourth Season of Star Trek: Voyager is Four Stars. I'm the 1374th person to review this DVD set. The crew continue their voyage home to Alpha Quadrant with a new companion, Seven of Nine,a bodacious BTC that allures most of the male members of the crew. She becomes Janeway's pet project. The crew are given a big boost by Kes on her last appearance on the show as she sends/saves them 15 years on their journey before departing from the crew herself. Personally I think it was a mistake to remove her from the show. Some say Seven of Nine was sexist and a play for ratings. Perhaps it was, but as a male I can honestly say I enjoyed watching the voluptuous actress Jeri Ryan in her sexy catsuit.

The addition of a new character like Seven of Nine created a new dynamic on the show and I was not too much in agreement of this. yes, she's got body, yes, she's got a cool, cold and calculating style, sometimes too blunt for her own good, but I still feel that much of this could have been accomplished by adding the character as a sometimes appearing character. For instance, I'd have loved to see Engineers Carey and Vorek become regular players on the show. They were fantastic actors.

I give this season Four Stars even. My favorite episodes were: Scorpion, The Gift, Nemesis, Hunters, Prey and The Killing Game, Living Witness and Year of Hell. If you've bought the other seasons of Star trek: Voyager, I recommend you buy the rest of them.

A. Nathaniel Wallace, Jr.
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TheLegacyHeroReviewed in the United States on February 13, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
Voyager is awesome!!!
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Its official. The series is now epic!
Oh thank God they got rid of Kes! She was useless, but at least they gave her an important role in the Scorpion two-parter. I just wish they developed the whole Ocampa, Caretaker thing. Ah, well.
Now to Seven of Nine. Many people who watch Voyager think Seven of Nine was introduced for eye candy. Let me give you my opinion.
First off. I'm male. And yes, Jeri Ryan is very attractive. And I'm sure that the producers were trying to boost ratings with her. Having said that, I'm a huge fan of Seven of Nine, not because of the actress, but because of what the character symbolizes. You see, Seven of Nine's character development mirrors Voyager's journey directly. As Voyager is now attempting to leave Borg space and return to human space, Seven is leaving the Borg and returning to humanity. In an earlier review, I made a similar observation with the Doctor. But this connection is much stronger in the character of Seven of Nine.
Season Four also does some good foreshadowing. Yes, the Hirogen and the Krenim had foreshadowing, but there was something much deeper. Some people noted that Janeway and Seven had a mother-daughter relationship similar to the Captain and Torres. However, what happened to Seven was that she switched "collectives". She was once part of the Borg Collective. But now Voyager becomes her collective. This is explicitly stated by her in Season 5's "Drone". And as such, the Borg Collective is controlled by the Queen. And Voyager is commanded by Janeway. So Captain Janeway has become Seven's new Queen! Which leads to the foreshadowing--if Janeway is the new Queen, then the Borg Queen will inevitably come into confrontation with her over Seven of Nine!!!
This is why Voyager gets so good in Season 4 and on. There's a real overlying villain that stands as a complete obstacle between the ship and home. And Janeway has a personal, parallel, and complete villain in the Borg Queen. This gets drawn out in Seasons 5-7, but Season 4 lays the groundwork for it.
Ultimately, this is exactly what Voyager needed. The first two seasons were a complete waste. The writers screwed up the Caretaker-Ocampa storyline and instead substituted ridiculous enemies like the Kazon and the Vidiians. Season 3 corrects this problem and Season 4 introduces Voyager to a villain that serves as the ultimate harbinger of destruction, the Federation's greatest enemy, and the final obstacle between the crew and getting home.
That's why Season 4 is awesome!!!
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Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on July 6, 2013
5.0 out of 5 stars
A great season
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In spite of some obvious pitfalls in the series, such as excessive technobabble and the use of the so-called reset button at the end of episodes, Voyager has always been one of my favorite Star Trek series. I always thought that the premise of a ship being trapped far away and having to rely on itself to survive opened up a lot of interesting story possibilities. For me, season 4 represented a step forward in this sense. While many of the shows tended to focus on the new crew member, namely Seven of Nine, to the detriment of character development among some of the other characters, there were a number of episodes that really started to flesh out the situation of the crew. It was interesting to finally see some coverage of what it might mean to be in Borg space and deal with other races who had come across the Borg. It was also interesting to add the touch of having Starfleet finally get word that Voyager was OK in the Delta Quadrant. The relationship between Janeway and Seven and between Janeway and Chacotay was somewhat edgy which added a new dimension. At the same time, the blossoming romance between Tom Paris and BElanna Torres added a softer side. There were a couple of two-part shows that probably rank as some of the best ever in the series and a number of single episodes that touched on some interesting premises. If you like Voyager, this is a must-own season.
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Irish FlairReviewed in the United States on August 3, 2005
4.0 out of 5 stars
Voyager On A Roll
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While it's difficult during any series to lose a beloved cast member, this season's change was done with style and interest. Not only that but the stories became more and more engaging afterward which, I find, is not all that usual as the new character must be flushed out and caught up with the rest.

Other reviewers have well articulated the episodes in this Season so I will not go over them again, just review some of my personal favorites:

Revulsion - B'Elanna and the Doctor attempt to help a stranded hologram only to discover that things are not as they seem. Very dark; a good start to further self-discovery for the Doctor in this and later seasons.

Message in a Bottle - The Doctor is sent on an away mission to the Alpha Quadrant in the hopes of informing Star Fleet that Voyager is around and on their way home. Andy Dick guest stars as an upgraded EMH in the ship the Doctor is sent to and some great (& classic) Star Trekian banter ensues.

One - Seven must get Voyager through a nebula on her own as the rest of the crew is in stasis due to radiation. While she feels she is completely up to the challenge, and welcomes the opportunity to be without other people, she discovers that that being Borg is not enough to get her through on her own any more.

Year of Hell, Parts I & II - My favorite of the season. Kurtwood Smith guest stars as the haunted Annorax who trying to regain everything he lost by manipulating Time itself. Voyager, as an anomaly Annorax didn't calculate or consider, must be destroyed if he is to reclaim his people's Empire and those who were lost along the way. Powerful performances by both Kurtwood and Kate makes these two episodes together one of the best of the series.

The Extras on the DVDs are fun to watch; I especially enjoyed the interviews with Jeri Ryan. However, I am continually disappointed in this and the other sets I've purchased that none contain any cast or production comments for you to set while watching the episodes. There's little to no Behind the Scenes footage, bloopers, cast members playing around/being themselves and, as mentioned, no commentaries at all. For the price of these sets I think a bit more should be included for the fans of the show.
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ROcK-N-ROLLa!Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2010
5.0 out of 5 stars
You better Star Trek yourself before you wreck yourself!
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I don't know what in the heck my review title is supposed to mean? I am just feeling in a silly mood today and it's the first thing to pop into my head. Anyway, I purchased this DVD set about two months ago when it was on sale at a price that I just could not refuse, and I am only now getting around to watching it. So far it's been great. Lots of Borg action in these episodes what with the addition of an exciting new cast member, Jeri Ryan who plays Seven of Nine. Seven of Nine is a lady who was once part of the Borg collective and is now mostly human with the help of Captain Janeway, the Doctor, and the rest of the Voyager crew, and she is trying to fit in with her new life on the Voyager starship. Also of special note is that cast regular Kes, played by Jennifer Lien, is no longer with the show. She makes a couple of appearances but that's about it. She will be missed. But life on Voyager goes on and Seven of Nine really makes that life just a little bit more interesting. I can't wait to see where it all leads to.

There's really not much more that I can add to this review because I haven't watched all of the episodes just yet. But the ones that I have viewed so far have all been excellent, as all the Voyager seasons have been up to this point.

The DVD set arrived in great shape and very quickly to boot so Amazon did me another solid on this deal which I commend and recommend them highly for if you just so happen to be thinking about purchasing this season. Take care and keep on Trekkin'!
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Joseph P. Menta, Jr.Reviewed in the United States on January 11, 2008
4.0 out of 5 stars
Has the resources of the Borg Collective AND looks good in a jumpsuit: Seven of Nine joins "Voyager"
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A mostly solid batch of "Voyager" episodes, bolstered by the addition of ex-Borg "Seven of Nine" to the show's roster of characters. In the special features (always quite varied and generous in these Trek boxed sets), it's fun to watch the producers tell us with a straight face that Seven's sex appeal factor had little to do with what they were trying to accomplish when they created the character. Then you see the, uh... extremely fit Jeri Ryan in her Seven of Nine jumpsuit and say, "yeah, right". But, still, Seven IS an intriguing character- kind of a mix of Spock (holds science and logic in high esteem) and Data (is fascinated with the ways of humanity)- and she brings a lot to these episodes.

If you were lukewarm towards "Voyager" during its original run, you might want to give the series another try on DVD (but start at the beginning). Like most TV, the show really plays much better without all the commercials. I can understand if you want to wait until the price drops a little, however. Individual season-long sets of "Star Trek: Voyager" are still priced fairly high.

April 2008 postscript: Paramount has drastically dropped the prices of all its "Trek" DVD sets. There's no excuse now to pick up this and other great "Trek" seasons.
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S. BrownReviewed in the United States on December 29, 2012
5.0 out of 5 stars
Voyager - a miscellaneous comment
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Star Trek Voyager review
Star Trek Voyager writers propose a good look at a woman manager & leader model that many women striving for positions of power might wish to consider. Margaret Thacher, Golda Myer, and many other women leaders used the same style (albeit to various degrees of "hardness") and it isn't an emulation of a "guy in a dress" [my spelling is off today] but of a focused, competent, achiever, with a lot of patience and trust. She gets burned periodically, but that gives the ship's crew room to grow... enough on that.
The supporting cast is "sufficient" and the whole series is fun to look at... the writers do take each character and explore philosophic problems as they go... "is it better to allow this person to die as opposed the other..." type stuff. I really miss the Ferengi and since I've given all the really top level acquisition executives I know a copy of the "Ferengi Rules of Acquisition" (Amazon has made a profit on that publication)...
I'm not really in a good "Writing" mood today so this is all you'll get...
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