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"Equinox, Part II"

 
Episode Number121 Janeway and the remaining Equinox crew
 Janeway and the remaining Equinox crew
Production Number221 
Season
Stardate530xx  (Calendar Year 2376) 
Original Airdate9/22/1999 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky 
TeleplayBrannon Braga & Joe Menosky 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
Voyager is attacked by the aliens, and as Janeway plots to recapture Captain Ransom and his crew, the Equinox is equally determined to escape with the Doctor and Seven of Nine as hostages.
 
Starring
Kate Mulgrew (Captain Kathryn Janeway)
Robert Beltran (Commander Chakotay)
Roxann Dawson (Lt. B'Elanna Torres)
Robert Duncan McNeill (Ensign Tom Paris)
Robert Picardo (The Doctor)
Ethan Phillips (Neelix)
Tim Russ (Lt. Commander Tuvok)
Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine)
Garrett Wang (Ensign Harry Kim)
 
Guest Cast
John Savage (Captain Rudolph Ransom)
Titus Welliver (Lt. Maxwell Burke)
Olivia Birkelund (Ensign Marla Gilmore)
Rick Worthy (Ensign Noah Lessing)
Eric Steinberg (Ankari)
Steve Dennis (Thompson)
Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman)
 
Notes
Season 6 Premiere.
Five members of the Equinox crew join Voyager after the Equinox is destroyed: Noah Lessing, Marla Gilmore, James Morrow, Brian Sofin, and Angelo Tossoni. Janeway strips them of their Starfleet rank, reducing them to crewmen. Captain Ranson and Lt. Burke are killed.
 

 

"Survival Instinct"

 
Episode Number122 The Unimatrix 01 sub-collective parts ways
 The Unimatrix 01 sub-collective parts ways
Production Number222 
Season
Stardate53049.2 
Original Airdate9/29/1999 
 
Story 
TeleplayRonald D. Moore 
DirectorTerry Windell 
 
Synopsis
While Voyager is docked at an Markonian outpost, Seven of Nine is stalked by three renegade Borg drones who want to learn from her how to terminate their neural links and become individuals again.
 
Guest Cast
Vaughn Armstrong (Two of Nine, Primary Adjunct of Unimatrix 01)
Bertila Damas (Three of Nine, Auxiliary Processor of Unimatrix 01)
Tim Kelleher (Four of Nine, Secondary Adjunct of Unimatrix 01)
Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman)
Jonathan Breck (Dying Borg)
 
Notes
The former drones were members of the same Unimatrix as Seven. Eight years ago their sphere crashed on a planet and their link to the collective was severed. When they rejoined the collective, they were linked in a "sub-collective" together. Seven of Nine actually created the link when the drones' individuality threatened their survival. After the link is severed by the Doctor, the former drones have 2-4 weeks to live.
Two's name is Lansor.
Four's name is P'Chan; he was a member of Species 571.
Three was a Bajoran Starfleet engineer on the U.S.S. Excalibur NCC-26517. Her name is Marika Willkara. Being accustomed to life on a Federation starship, she decides to live out the remainder of her life on Voyager.
 

 

"Barge of the Dead"

 
Episode Number123 B'Elanna arrives at the Gates of Gre'thor
 B'Elanna arrives at the Gates of Gre'thor
Production Number223 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate9/29/1999 
 
StoryRonald D. Moore & Bryan Fuller 
TeleplayBryan Fuller 
DirectorMike Vejar 
 
Synopsis
Torres confronts a dark side of her Klingon ancestry when she asks a skeptical Janeway to allow doctors to induce a coma-like experience that will allow her to aid her condemned mother who is held aboard a mythic Klingon death barge. Following her bumpy shuttle landing, a groggy Torres discovers an ancient Klingon artifact on board that strangely connects her to her hated warlike heritage. When she is transported to the horrific barge of dishonored souls, Torres learns that her ashamed mother bears the burden of her dishonor, and after returning to the U.S.S. Voyager, she wants to go back for her -- even if it means exchanging her own life.
 
Guest Cast
Karen Austin (Miral)
Eric Pierpoint (Kortar)
Sherman Augustus (Hij'Qa)
John Kenton Shull (Brok'Tan)
 
Notes
The Barge of the Dead carries dishonored Klingons to Gre'thor ("Klingon hell").
B'Elanna hasn't seen her mother, Miral, in ten years.
 

 

"Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy"

 
Episode Number124 The Emergency Command Hologram
 The Emergency Command Hologram
Production Number224 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/6/1999 
 
StoryBill Vallely 
TeleplayJoe Menoksy 
DirectorJohn Bruno 
 
Synopsis
The Doctor's colorful daydreams are intercepted by covert alien raiders, who glean enough information about Voyager to launch an attack.
 
Guest Cast
Jay Legget (Phlox)
Googy Gress (The Overlooker)
Robert Greenberg (Devro)
 
Notes
Voyager has entered space controlled by The Hierarchy, high tech spies buried in bureaucracy.
One of the Doctor's daydreams is of the Emergency Command Hologram. When the Captain is incapacitated, he steps in and saves the day. While in ECH mode, the Doctor wears a red command uniform.
Janeway gives the Doctor a Starfleet Medal of Commendation for his actions in defeating the Hierarchy.
The name "Phlox" will be used on the new series, Star Trek: Enterprise. The CMO will be named Doctor Phlox.
 

 

"Alice"

 
Episode Number125 Alice urges Tom Paris to complete the link
 Alice urges Tom Paris to complete the link
Production Number226 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate10/20/1999 
 
StoryJuliann deLayne 
TeleplayBryan Fuller & Michael Taylor 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
Tom Paris becomes obsessed with a mysterious alien space shuttle with a sexy female persona, which convinces him to cannibalize Voyager's parts. Alice takes control of Paris' synaptic functions and launches towards a deadly particle fountain.
 
Guest Cast
Claire Rankin ("Alice")
John Fleck (Abaddon)
 
Notes
 

 

"Riddles"

 
Episode Number126 Neelix and Tuvok become best friends
 Neelix and Tuvok become best friends
Production Number227 
Season
Stardate53263.2 
Original Airdate11/3/1999 
 
StoryAndré Bormanis 
TeleplayRobert Doherty 
DirectorRoxann Dawson 
 
Synopsis
Janeway and a Keset agent rush to uncover why a mysterious energy force is causing Tuvok's Vulcan physiology to endure severe neurological trauma in the form of mental distress and emotional unpredictability.
 
Guest Cast
Mark Moses (Deputy Investigator Naroq)
 
Notes

 

 

"Dragon's Teeth"

 
Episode Number127 U.S.S. Voyager escapes from the Vaadwaur
 U.S.S. Voyager escapes from the Vaadwaur
Production Number225 
Season
Stardate53167.9 
Original Airdate11/10/1999 
 
StoryMichael Taylor 
TeleplayMichael Taylor and Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky 
DirectorWinrich Kolbe 
 
Synopsis
Voyager runs afoul of hostiles when the ship becomes enmeshed in a subspace corridor, leading to an encounter with the Vaadwaur, vengeful survivors of a devastated world who plot to hijack the ship in order to retaliate against their ancient enemies.
 
Guest Cast
Jeff Allin (Gedrin)
Robert Knepper (Gaul)
Ron Fassler (Morin)
Bob Stillman (Turei Captain)
Mimi Craven (Jisa)
Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman)
 
Notes
After their planet was attacked by their enemies, approximately 1000 Vaadwaur went into statis. Voyager brought them out almost 900 years later.
 

 

"One Small Step"

 
Episode Number128 John Kelly becomes trapped by the graviton ellipse
 John Kelly becomes trapped by the graviton ellipse
Production Number228 
Season
Stardate53292.7 
Original Airdate11/17/1999 
 
StoryMike Wollaeger & Jessica Scott 
TeleplayMike Wollaeger & Jessica Scott and Bryan Fuller & Michael Taylor 
DirectorRobert Picardo 
 
Synopsis
Voyager encounters a 300-year-old U.S. spacecraft from the first manned mission to Mars that is trapped inside a massive ball of energy.
 
Guest Cast
Phil Morris (Lt. John Kelly)
 
Notes
The Ares IV command module was piloted by Lt. Kelly and was in orbit around Mars in 2032 when it was trapped by the graviton ellipse.
The Borg designation for the graviton ellipse is Spatial Anomaly 521.
While on the Ares command module, Seven downloads Kelly's logs; they also retrieve his body and give him a proper funeral.
 

 

"The Voyager Conspiracy"

 
Episode Number129 Janeway tells Seven she needs help
 Janeway tells Seven she needs help
Production Number229 
Season
Stardate53329.0 
Original Airdate11/24/1999 
 
Story 
TeleplayJoe Menosky 
DirectorTerry Windell 
 
Synopsis
When Voyager encounters an alien whose space "catapult" can speed them back home, a data-overloaded Seven of Nine causes chaos when she divides the crew with secret allegations of treachery and insurrection. While Janeway debates accepting the use of an alien's technology that can cut their trip back to the Alpha Quadrant by years, an earnest Seven of Nine processes accompanying information and convinces Chakotay that the captain is sabotaging the true mission of Voyager. Likewise, she privately informs Janeway of a budding rebellion, mysteriously fanning flames that threaten to tear the ship apart.
 
Guest Cast
Albie Selznick (Tash)
Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman)
 
Notes
Voyager uses the Graviton Catapult to travel 30 sectors closer to home, saving about 3 years time.
The catapult is powered by a tetryon reactor, the same technology used in the Caretaker's array which brought Voyager to the Delta Quadrant five years ago.
 

 

"Pathfinder"

 
Episode Number130 The Pathfinder Project
 The Pathfinder Project
Production Number230 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate12/1/1999 
 
StoryDavid Zabel 
TeleplayDavid Zabel and Kenneth Biller 
DirectorMike Vejar 
 
Synopsis
On Earth, Lt. Barclay becomes obsessed with contacting the Starship Voyager. During his project to contact Voyager, Barclay becomes consumed with his holographic recreations of the Voyager crew. He seeks advice from his old friend from the starship Enterprise, Counselor Deanna Troi, who once again helps him deal with his growing problem.
 
Guest Cast
Dwight Schultz (Lt. Reginald Barclay)
Marina Sirtis (Cmdr. Deanna Troi)
Richard Herd (Admiral Owen Paris)
Richard McGonagle (Cmdr. Pete Harkins)
Victor Bevine (Security Guard)
Mark Daniel Cade (Technician)
 
Notes
Barclay also appeared in the 2nd season episode "Projections". This is Troi's first appearance on Voyager. Both will appear again this season in the episode "Life Line".
Barclay transferred from the Enterprise two years ago to the Pathfinder Project at the Starfleet Communications Research Center. The project centers around the new MIDAS Array, the Mutara Interdimensional Deep Space Array System.
Barclay allows Starfleet Communications and Admiral Paris to contact Voyager briefly.
 

 

"Fair Haven"

 
Episode Number131 ''Katie'' meets Michael Sullivan on the holodeck
 ''Katie'' meets Michael Sullivan on the holodeck
Production Number231 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate1/12/2000 
 
Story 
TeleplayRobin Burger 
DirectorAllan Kroeker 
 
Synopsis
As a radioactive storm approaches, Captain Janeway is distracted by a ruggedly handsome holograph named Michael, who resides in the holographic Irish village Fair Haven.
 
Guest Cast
Fintan McKeown (Michael Sullivan)
Richard Riehle (Seamus)
Henriette Ivanans (Maggie)
Duffie McIntire (Grace)
Jan Claire (Frannie)
 
Notes
The storm damages Tom's Fair Haven program and it will take several weeks to repair. The program will be featured in the upcoming episode "Spirit Folk".
 

 

"Blink of an Eye"

 
Episode Number132 The Doctor returns from his away mission
 The Doctor returns from his away mission
Production Number233 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate1/19/2000 
 
StoryMichael Taylor 
TeleplayScott Miller & Joe Menosky 
DirectorGabrielle Beaumont 
 
Synopsis
Captain Janeway and the crew orbit a primitive planet which begins to evolve at an astonishing rate, leveling its new-found weaponry at Voyager.
 
Guest Cast
Melik Malkasian (Shaman)
Walter H. McCready (Tribal Alien)
Obi Ndefo (Protector)
Olaf Pooley (Cleric)
Daniel Zacapa (Astronomer)
Jon Cellini (Technician)
Daniel Dae Kim (Pilot)
Kat Sawyer-Young (Astronaut)
 
Notes

 

 

"Virtuoso"

 
Episode Number133 The Maestro gives one last empassioned performance
 The Maestro gives one last empassioned performance
Production Number234 
Season
Stardate53556.4 
Original Airdate1/26/2000 
 
StoryRaf Green 
TeleplayRaf Green & Kenneth Biller 
DirectorLes Landau 
 
Synopsis
After hearing music for the first time, a superior race, the Qomar, become enthralled by the Doctor's singing voice. The success goes to his head and he resigns his commission and prepares to leave the ship to embrace his rock-star status.
 
Guest Cast
Kamala Lopez-Dawson (Tincoo)
Ray Xifo (Abarca)
Paul Williams (Prelate Koru)
Marie Caldare (Azen)
Nina Magnesson (Vinka)
 
Notes
The Qomar have never heard any type of music before. They prefer the Doctor's singing to the "Harry Kim and the Kimtones" jazz quartet.
The Doctor asks Lt. Torres to delete his medical subroutines so that he can expand his musical subroutines so that he can stay in the favor of the Qomar. When the Doctor realizes that the Qomar don't really appreciate him any more than a musical instrument, he returns to Voyager.
The Doctor inspires Tincoo creates a superior holomatrix that sings with a perfect mathematical and technical performance.
 

 

"Memorial"

 
Episode Number134 The crew repairs the Tarakis Memorial
 The crew repairs the Tarakis Memorial
Production Number236 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate2/2/2000 
 
StoryBrannon Braga 
TeleplayRobin Burger 
DirectorAllan Kroeker 
 
Synopsis
Captain Janeway worries about crew members who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorders after they return from an expedition. Soon, additional crew members begin remembering participating in a bloody massacre.
 
Guest Cast
Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman)
L.L. Ginter (Saavedra)
Fleming Brooks (Soldier One)
Joe Mellis (Young Soldier)
Susan Savage (Alien Woman)
Maria Spassoff (Female Colonist)
Robert Allen Colaizzi, Jr. (Dying Colonist)
David Keith Anderson (Crew Member)
 
Notes
The crew finds a Memorial on the planet Tarakis, which transmits a neurogenic pulse throughout the system.
The power cells are failing, which is causing the memories to be fragmented. The crew repairs the power cells, but places a warning bouy in the system to alert any other ships of the memorial.
 

 

"Tsunkatse"

 
Episode Number135 Seven fights The Champion
 Seven fights The Champion
Production Number232 
Season
Stardate53447.2 
Original Airdate2/9/2000 
 
StoryGannon Kenney 
TeleplayRobert Doherty 
DirectorMike Vejar 
 
Synopsis
With Janeway away, the crew is granted shore leave on the Norcadian homeworld, where they are stunned to find Seven of Nine participating in a local bloodsport called Tsunkatse.
 
Guest Cast
Dwayne Johnson a/k/a "The Rock" (The Champion)
J.G. Hertzler (The Hirogen Hunter)
Jeffrey Combs (Penk)
 
Notes
J.G. Hertzler played recurring character General Martok on Deep Space Nine. Jeffrey Combs played recurring characters Weyoun and Brunt on Deep Space Nine.
This episode is a tie-in to UPN's "WWE" wresting.
 

 

"Collective"

 
Episode Number136 The Neonatal Borg Drones
 The Neonatal Borg Drones
Production Number235 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate2/16/2000 
 
StoryAndrew Shepard Price & Mark Gaberman 
TeleplayMichael Taylor 
DirectorAllison Liddi 
 
Synopsis
The capture of the Delta Flyer by a Borg cube leads Janeway into tense negotiations for the release of Voyager hostages taken by a group of semi-assimilated Borg youngsters.
 
Guest Cast
Ryan Spahn (Boy One/First)
Manu Intiraymi (Boy Two/Second)
Marley McClean (Girl One)
Kurt Wetherill (Boy Three)
Cody Wetherill (Boy Four)
 
Notes
The Borg ship is damaged and its link to the Collective is severed. After the death of the 5000 drones, the five neonatal drones were prematurely released from their maturation chambers. At this point in their cycle, they are unable to assimilate the hostages.
During the "Resistance is futile" announcement, the Borg have changed their pronunciation of the word "futile" from Jean-Luc Picard's fu-TILE to Seven of Nine's FU-til.
The Borg children join the crew until they can be dropped off with their respective species.
Second, Icheb, is a Brunali.
Girl One, Mezoti, is a Norcadian (Species 689), who were introduced in the previous episode, "Tsunkatse".
Boy Three's name is Azan, and Boy Four is Rebi. They are twins.
In the upcoming episode "Child's Play", the source of the virus will be revealed.
 

 

"Spirit Folk"

 
Episode Number137 The Fair Haven villagers capture the 'Spirit Folk'
 The Fair Haven villagers capture the 'Spirit Folk'
Production Number237 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate2/23/2000 
 
Story 
TeleplayBryan Fuller 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
A return to the hologram village of Fair Haven alarms the superstitious locals when a glitch in the computer allows them to observe the crew's ability to alter their world at will.
 
Guest Cast
Fintan McKeown (Michael Sullivan)
Richard Riehle (Seamus)
Ian Abercrombie (Milo)
Ian Patrick Williams (Doc Fitzgerald)
Henrietta Ivanans (Maggie)
Duffie McIntire (Grace)
Bairbre Dowling (Edith)
 
Notes
Since the program has been running non-stop, the characters' "perceptual filters" malfunctioned. The filters keep the characters oblivious to the holodeck technology.
Janeway does not reveal to Fair Haven that they are holograms, she says they are from the future.
 

 

"Ashes To Ashes"

 
Episode Number138 Harry is reunited with his friend Lyndsay
 Harry is reunited with his friend Lyndsay
Production Number238 
Season
Stardate53679.4 
Original Airdate3/1/2000 
 
StoryRonald Wilkerson 
TeleplayRobert Doherty 
DirectorTerry Windell 
 
Synopsis
A transmission from a rogue alien ship reveals dead starship crew member Ensign Ballard to be alive, asking for immediate sanctuary aboard Voyager and an old friendship becomes a love affair while alien genes affect their future. Elsewhere, Seven has her hands full with the former Borg children.
 
Guest Cast
Kim Rhodes (Ensign Lyndsay Ballard)
Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman)
Marley McClean (Mezoti)
Kevin Lowe (Q'Ret)
Manu Intiraymi (Icheb)
Kurt Wetherill (Azan)
Cody Wetherill (Rebi)
 
Notes
The Kobali reproduce by reanimating cadavers then altering their DNA.
Ensign Ballard died two years ago on an away mission with Harry Kim to collect dilithium crystals in the Vyntadi Expanse on Stardate 51563 (this was not seen in an episode). She used to work in Engineering. She and Harry lived across the hall from each other and were good friends since attending Starfleet Academy together.
Seven allots the children one hour for recreational activity with Naomi: "Fun will now commence."
Seven's Punishment Protocol 9-Alpha is standing in the corner.
 

 

"Child's Play"

 
Episode Number139 Icheb remains onboard Voyager with Seven of Nine
 Icheb remains onboard Voyager with Seven of Nine
Production Number239 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate3/8/2000 
 
StoryPaul Brown 
TeleplayRaf Green 
DirectorMike Vejar 
 
Synopsis
Voyager locates the Brunali and the parents of Icheb. An implacable Seven of Nine seeks to safeguard the life of Icheb, even as his parents prepare to send him on a suicide mission.
 
Guest Cast
Manu Intiraymi (Icheb)
Tracey Ellis (Yifay)
Mark A. Sheppard (Leucon)
Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman)
Marley McClean (Mezoti)
Kurt Wetherill (Azan)
Cody Wetherill (Rebi)
Eric Ritter (Yivel)
 
Notes
The Brunali (Species 10026) have suffered many attacks by the Borg over the past decade. There is a Borg transwarp conduit less than one light year from the Brunali homeworld. The Borg are shown assimilating the Brunali in the episode "Dark Frontier".
The Brunali genetically engineered Icheb with anti-Borg pathogens, and put him on a shuttle headed for the conduit to be assimilated. Once he was assimilated, he would infect the Borg. This is what destroyed the children's cube in the episode "Collective".
After Voyager leaves orbit, Icheb's parents send him back to the conduit. Voyager returns and saves Icheb at the last minute from a Borg sphere.
 

 

"Good Shepherd"

 
Episode Number140 Janeway briefs her 'flock' for their away mission
 Janeway briefs her 'flock' for their away mission
Production Number240 
Season
Stardate53764.3 
Original Airdate3/15/2000 
 
StoryDianna Gitto 
TeleplayDianna Gitto & Joe Menosky 
DirectorWinrich Kolbe 
 
Synopsis
When Captain Janeway accompanies three under-performing crew members on a mission, they fall victim to an alien attack and must work together to survive.
 
Guest Cast
Jay Underwood (Crewman Mortimer Harren)
Michael Reisz (Crewman William Telfer)
Zoe McLellan (Crewman Tal Celes)
Tom Morello (Crewman Mitchell)
Kimble Jemison (Engineer)
 
Notes
Harren works in Plasma Relay on Deck 15, Junction Room 16. Torres tried to engage him in more advanced tasks, but he does not complete them. He signed up for a 1-year tour on Voyager as a requirement to get into the Institute of Cosmology.
Billy Telfer is a hypochondriac.
Tal is a Sensor Analyst Grade-3 in Astrometrics. She is a Bajoran and feels that sympathy for the Bajor situation got her through the Academy.
Tom Morello (Crewman Mitchell) is member of the band Rage Against The Machine.
 

 

"Live Fast and Prosper"

 
Episode Number141 Dala and Mobar run their scam
 Dala and Mobar run their scam
Production Number242 
Season
Stardate53849.2 
Original Airdate4/19/2000 
 
Story 
TeleplayRobin Burger 
DirectorLeVar Burton 
 
Synopsis
The crew hunts for a trio of scam artists who have assumed the identities of Janeway, Chakotay and Tuvok in order to con their unsuspecting victims out of valuable supplies until the Doctor dupes them with the help of a holographic disguise.
 
Guest Cast
Kaitlin Hopkins (Dala, Fake Janeway)
Gregg Daniel (Mobar, Fake Tuvok)
Francis Guinan (Zar, Fake Chakotay)
Ted Rooney (Varn)
Dennis Cockrum (Orek)
Timothy McNeil (Miner #2)
 
Notes

 

 

"Muse"

 
Episode Number142 Kelis must say goodbye to his muse
 Kelis must say goodbye to his muse
Production Number244 
Season
Stardate53896 
Original Airdate4/26/2000 
 
Story 
TeleplayJoe Menosky 
DirectorMike Vejar 
 
Synopsis
B'Elanna becomes an unwilling muse when the Delta Flyer crashes on a warring planet, inspiring a playwright to turn her Voyager experiences into an anti-war parable.
 
Guest Cast
Joseph Will (Kelis)
Kellie Waymire (Lenya)
Michael Houston King (Jero)
Kathleen Garrett (Tanis)
Stoney Westmoreland (Warlord)
Jack Axelrod (Chorus #1)
John Schuck (Chorus #2)
Tony Amendola (Chorus #3)
 
Notes

 

 

"Fury"

 
Episode Number143 Kes tears the ship apart
 Kes tears the ship apart
Production Number241 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate5/3/2000 
 
StoryRick Berman & Brannon Braga 
TeleplayBryan Fuller & Michael Taylor 
DirectorJohn Bruno 
 
Synopsis
Former crewman Kes returns to exact revenge on Captain Janeway and the crew, betraying the ship to the Vidiians, alien life forms that will absorb the crew's internal organs.
 
Guest Cast
Jennifer Lien (Kes)
Nancy Hower (Ensign Samantha Wildman)
Scarlett Pomers (Naomi Wildman)
Vaughn Armstrong (Vidiian Captain)
Josh Clark (Lt. Joe Carey)
Kurt Wetherill (Azan)
Cody Wetherill (Rebi)
Tarik Ergin (Lt. Ayala)
 
Notes
Kes hasn't been seen since her departure in the fourth season episode "The Gift".
The Vidiians were introduced in the first season episode "Phage".
Kes returns back in time to the point when Voyager had been in the Delta Quadrant 57 days.
Assistant Chief Engineer Joe Carey hasn't been seen since the Season 5 episode "Relativity", which was also a flashback episode.
Tarik Ergin's character, Ayala, was credited as "Security Guard".
 

 

"Life Line"

 
Episode Number144 Deanna Troi arrives to talk to Zimmerman
 Deanna Troi arrives to talk to Zimmerman
Production Number243 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate5/10/2000 
 
StoryJohn Bruno & Robert Picardo 
TeleplayRobert Dougherty & Raf Green and Brannon Braga 
DirectorTerry Windell 
 
Synopsis
Lt. Barclay's data transmitter opens a communications link from Earth to Voyager, whereupon the Doctor is used to find a cure for his dying creator.
 
Guest Cast
Robert Picardo (Dr. Zimmerman)
Dwight Schultz (Lt. Reginald Barclay)
Marina Sirtis (Cmdr. Deanna Troi)
Tamara Craig Thomas (Haley)
Jack Shearer (Admiral Hayes)
 
Notes
Building on the events in "Pathfinder", Starfleet will be able to send a compressed data packet to Voyager every 32 days, with a 17-hour window for Voyager to respond.
The Doctor finds out that his EMH Mark-I program is obsolete, replaced by the EMH Mark-IV. The 675 EMH Mark-I's still in service were reconfigured to scrub plasma conduits on waste transfer barges. Zimmerman is a tad bitter that the EMH he created in his likeness has been delegated to the demeaning task.
Barclay and Troi appeared earlier this season in the episode "Pathfinder". They will appear again in Season 7's "Inside Man".
Admiral Hayes also appeared in the episode "Hope and Fear" and in the feature film Star Trek: First Contact.
 

 

"The Haunting of Deck Twelve"

 
Episode Number145 Neelix tells the Borg children a ghost story
 Neelix tells the Borg children a ghost story
Production Number245 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate5/17/2000 
 
StoryMike Sussman 
TeleplayMike Sussman and Kenneth Biller & Bryan Fuller 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
Neelix tells the ship's children a ghost story about an electromagnetic life force that holds Voyager hostage while trying to communicate with Janeway.
 
Guest Cast
Manu Intiraymi (Icheb)
Marley McClean (Mezoti)
Zoe McLellan (Crewman Tal Celes)
Kurt Wetherill (Azan)
Cody Wetherill (Rebi)
 
Notes

 

 

"Unimatrix Zero, Part I"

 
Episode Number146 ''Unimatrix Zero''
 ''Unimatrix Zero''
Production Number246 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate5/24/2000 
 
StoryMike Sussman 
TeleplayBrannon Braga & Joe Menosky 
DirectorAllan Kroeker 
 
Synopsis
Captain Janeway and Seven of Nine seek to undermine the Borg Queen's authority when a dream fantasy spawned by the drones threatens the Collective.
 
Guest Cast
Susanna Thompson (The Borg Queen)
Mark Deakins (Axum)
Jerome Butler (Korok)
Joanna Heimbold (Laura)
Tony Sears (Borg Drone)
Ryan Sparks (Alien Child)
 
Notes
Unimatrix Zero is the dream state that some drones enter while regenerating. One out of every million drones is able to dream. When in this dream state, the drones appear "normal" and can function as individuals.
Tom is given back his rank of Lieutenant Juinor Grade. His rank was reduced to Ensign in the 5th season episode "Thirty Days".
 

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