Star Trek: Voyager (Season Four)

4.01 – Scorpion: Part II
aired on September 3, 1997
Directed by: Winrich Kolbe | Written by: Brannon Braga, Joe Menosky

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.

4.02 – The Gift
aired on September 10, 1997
Directed by: Anson Williams | Written by: Joe Menosky

As the crew works to remove impeding Borg technologies from Voyager, their Borg guest wants out while a crew member’s telekinetic abilities become too big to contain.

4.03 – Day of Honor
aired on September 17, 1997
Directed by: Jesús Salvador Treviño | Written by: Jeri Taylor

Needy alien refugees, who look upon Voyager’s generosity as stingy, put Torres and Paris in a life-threatening situation during a crossroads in their relationship.

4.05 – Revulsion
aired on October 1, 1997
Directed by: Kenneth Biller | Written by: Lisa Klink

Amidst promotions, added duties and shifts in relationships, Voyager responds to a distress call from a hologram, one who proves himself dangerously unsafe to be around.

4.06 – The Raven
aired on October 8, 1997
Directed by: LeVar Burton | Written by: Bryan Fuller

PTSD strikes Seven of Nine, causing frightening visions and prompting her, under a panic attack, to seek the Borg Collective where no Borg exist.

4.07 – Scientific Method
aired on October 29, 1997
Directed by: David Livingston | Written by: Sherry Klein, Harry ‘Doc’ Kloor

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.

4.08 – Year of Hell: Part I
aired on November 5, 1997
Directed by: Allan Kroeker | Written by: Brannon Braga, Joe Menosky

Voyager comes across a Krenim timeship that’s wiping whole species from existence to change the existing timeline.

4.09 – Year of Hell: Part II
aired on November 12, 1997
Directed by: Michael Vejar | Written by: Brannon Braga, Joe Menosky

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.

4.11 – Concerning Flight
aired on November 26, 1997
Directed by: Jesús Salvador Treviño | Written by: Joe Menosky

After aliens raid Voyager, Janeway discovers her da Vinci holodeck character living independently at a trading post under the patronage of a shameless “prince” of thieves.

4.12 – Mortal Coil
aired on December 17, 1997
Directed by: Allan Kroeker | Written by: Bryan Fuller

Thanks to Seven of Nine, Neelix returns from the dead, but his lack of a glimpse of the afterlife brings about a severe crisis of faith.

4.13 – Waking Moments
aired on January 14, 1998
Directed by: Alexander Singer | Written by: Andre Bormanis

Nightmares herald the presence of an alien race who’ve mastered the dream state. Chakotay’s experience in lucid dreaming seems Voyager’s best hope of escaping a shared dream entrapment.

4.14 – Message in a Bottle
aired on January 21, 1998
Directed by: Nancy Malone | Written by: Lisa Klink

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.

4.15 – Hunters
aired on February 11, 1998
Directed by: David Livingston | Written by: Jeri Taylor

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.

4.16 – Prey
aired on February 18, 1998
Directed by: Allan Eastman | Written by: Brannon Braga

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

4.17 – Retrospect
aired on February 25, 1998
Directed by: Jesús Salvador Treviño | Written by: Bryan Fuller, Lisa Klink

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

4.18 – The Killing Game: Part 1
aired on March 4, 1998
Directed by: David Livingston | Written by: Brannon Braga, Joe Menosky

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.

4.19 – The Killing Game: Part 2
aired on March 4, 1998
Directed by: Victor Lobl | Written by: Brannon Braga, Joe Menosky

Janeway seeks to retake her ship and crew from the Hirogens.

4.20 – Vis À Vis
aired on April 1, 1998
Directed by: Jesús Salvador Treviño | Written by: Robert J. Doherty

Tom Paris befriends an amiable alien, unaware he’s a serial form-exchanger who switches appearances and troubles with others without permission.

4.21 – The Omega Directive
aired on April 15, 1998
Directed by: Victor Lobl | Written by: Lisa Klink

Detection of an Omega particle puts all other priorities and Starfleet directives on hold. Janeway is duty-bound to destroy that particle above all else, but Seven objects.

4.22 – Unforgettable
aired on April 22, 1998
Directed by: Andrew J. Robinson | Written by: Greg Elliot, Michael Perricone

An alien women from a closed world seeks asylum aboard Voyager, claiming she’s been there before and that she and Chakotay were lovers, but no one remembers her.

4.23 – Living Witness
aired on April 29, 1998
Directed by: Tim Russ | Written by: Bryan Fuller, Brannon Braga, Joe Menosky

The Doctor awakens in the museum of an alien culture seven hundred years in the future, where Voyager is thought to have been a passing warship full of cold-blooded killers.

4.25 – One
aired on May 13, 1998
Directed by: Kenneth Biller | Written by: Jeri Taylor

Travel through a toxic nebula puts nearly all the Voyager crew in stasis, restricts the Doctor to sickbay, degrades the ship’s systems and leaves Seven solely in charge.

4.26 – Hope And Fear
aired on May 13, 1998
Directed by: Kenneth Biller | Written by: Jeri Taylor

Travel through a toxic nebula puts nearly all the Voyager crew in stasis, restricts the Doctor to sickbay, degrades the ship’s systems and leaves Seven solely in charge.