Voyager finds a planet inhabited by descendants of human abductees from Earth.
Tuvok attempts to train four Maquis crewmembers who are having difficulty following Starfleet protocols.
The inventor of the weapon that destroyed Neelix’s home planet seeks to cure a disease caused by exposure to the weapon.
The Vidiians divide Torres into separate Klingon and Human individuals, hoping that the Klingon’s DNA will provide a cure for the phage.
After Tuvok returns from an away mission with a comatose Chakotay, members of the crew behave very strangely.
The Doctor enters a holonovel based on Beowulf that has caused several crewmembers to disappear.
When Voyager’s crew discovers a Kazon ship destroyed by Federation technology, Seska is suspected of conspiring with the aliens.
The crew hopes to use Sikarian technology to get Voyager home, then learns that it violates the planet’s laws.
Kim is transported to a way-station for the dying where the doctors believe he has returned from the afterlife.
Paris is convicted of murder and sentenced to relive the dead man’s final moments every few hours for the rest of his...
Voyager encounters a wormhole which leads to the Alpha Quadrant, but when the crew sends a message through, it is received by...
Voyager encounters a particle-rich nebula which the crew hopes can resupply their decreasing energy stores.
Neelix’s lungs are stolen by an alien suffering from a degenerative disease that is slowly destroying his entire species.
Janeway and Paris get caught in a subspace fissure and thrown back in time one day before a cataclysm that will wipe...
While Janeway and Chakotay argue about who should replace the dead chief engineer, Voyager spots a ship caught inside a quantum singularity.