Star Trek: Voyager (Season Seven)

7.01 – Unimatrix Zero: Part II
aired on October 4, 2000
Directed by: Mike Vejar | Written by: Mike Sussman, Brannon Braga, Joe Menosky

Although captured, Capt. Janeway squares off with the Borg Queen after successfully introducing the Doctor’s pathogen to the Borg Central Plexus. Supply the cure or watch thousands die.

7.02 – Imperfection
aired on October 11, 2000
Directed by: David Livingston | Written by: Andre Bormanis

Seven of Nine’s life is threatened when her cortical implants begin to degrade. Icheb wants to help her, but his proposition is very risky.

7.03 – Drive
aired on October 18, 2000
Directed by: Winrich Kolbe | Written by: Michael Taylor

With Janeway’s approval, Paris enters the Delta Flyer in an inter-species, light-speed shuttle race. Four races, once at war, are holding the race as a celebration of their peace treaty. Wrapped up in competition, Paris forgets a promise to spend a weekend with B’Elanna. Torres is hurt but, with advice from Seven of all people, she decides to partake in the race as Paris’ co-pilot. When the race is underway, the couple realize their participation was intentional; the Delta Flyer has been rigged as a bomb by one of the racers seeking to end accord with a bang.

7.04 – Repression
aired on October 25, 2000
Directed by: Winrich Kolbe | Written by: Kenneth Biller

Security officer Tuvok is investigating a strange series of attacks on Voyager directed at the former Maquis members.

7.05 – Critical Care
aired on November 1, 2000
Directed by: Terry Windell | Written by: Kenneth Biller, Robert Doherty

The Doctor is stolen from Voyager by an alien who sells him and his mobile emitter to a hospital on a densely-populated planet. He is activated in a cramped room filled with sick people and is made to treat them using only very basic equipment. When the administrators of the facility realise how skilled the Doctor is, they move him to another area of the hospital to treat more deserving patients. The Doctor is appalled to learn that the medical care that people are given is linked to their status in society and hatches a plan to make things a little less discriminatory.

7.06 – Inside Man
aired on November 8, 2000
Directed by: Allan Kroeker | Written by: Robert Doherty

Direct from Starfleet a hologram of Barclay arrives with instructions to get Voyager home within three days. The Doctor suspects that there is something wrong with the hologram.

7.07 – Body and Soul
aired on November 15, 2000
Directed by: Robert Duncan McNeill | Written by: Michael Taylor

When attacked by a species that detests holographic beings, Seven download the Doctor’s program into her implants. Kim and Seven are captured and Seven begins to exhibit some of the Doctor’s personality traits. On Voyager, Tuvok finally starts to exhibit Pon Farr, the Vulcan mating time.

7.08 – Nightingale
aired on November 22, 2000
Directed by: LeVar Burton | Written by: Robert Lederman, Dave Long

When Voyager comes to the aid of a medical transport, Harry Kim gets his first command.

7.09 – Body and Soul: Part I
aired on November 29, 2000
Directed by: Mike Vejar | Written by: Jack Monaco, Bryan Fuller, Raf Green

The Hirogen species sends Voyager a distress call when their holographic prey become too cunning and cannot be defeated.

7.10 – Flesh and Blood: Part II
aired on November 29, 2000
Directed by: David Livingston | Written by: Bryan Fuller, Raf Green

Free from their pursuers, the leader of the holograms decides to continue the crusade against the organics in order to liberate all holograms, everywhere. The Doctor finally realises what he had done and comes up with a plan to redeem himself.

7.11 – Shattered
aired on January 17, 2001
Directed by: Terry Windell | Written by: Mike Sussman, Michael Taylor

After an accident, Chakotay is able to pass through the distortions that are scattered about the ship after Voyager goes through a temporal rift. In various sections of the ship, its past and future exist side by side and Chakotay must convince its crew, past and present, to work together to save Voyager.

7.12 – Lineage
aired on January 24, 2001
Directed by: Peter Lauritson | Written by: James Kahn

Tom and B’Elanna are overjoyed about their coming child. However, B’Elanna soon starts to have unpleasant flashbacks about her difficult childhood.

7.13 – Repentance
aired on January 31, 2001
Directed by: Michael Vejar | Written by: Mike Sussman, Robert Doherty

Voyager rescues a prison warden and a set of prisoners that are scheduled to be executed testing their own ethical beliefs.

7.14 – Prophecy
aired on February 7, 2001
Directed by: Terry Windell | Written by: Larry Nemecek, J. Kelley Burke, Raf Green, Kenneth Biller

Voyager finds a Klingon multi-generational ship that left the Alpha Quadrant more than 100 years before. When they hear of B’Elanna’s child they claim that it is their savior.

7.15 – The Void
aired on February 7, 2001
Directed by: Michael Vejar | Written by: Raf Green, Kenneth Biller

Voyager slips into a pocket of subspace where many other ships are trapped and must steal from each other to survive. Only with the help of other star ships can they all escape the void.

7.16 – Workforce: Part I
aired on February 21, 2001
Directed by: Allan Kroeker | Written by: Kenneth Biller, Bryan Fuller

Upon returning from a mission, Chakotay, Kim and Neelix find Voyager abandoned and the Doctor the only crew member aboard. The entire crew have been kidnapped, their memories erased and they are now working in an alien industrial complex. Chakotay and Neelix infiltrate the complex and have to make Captain Janeway remember.

7.17 – Workforce: Part II
aired on February 28, 2001
Directed by: Roxann Dawson | Written by: Kenneth Biller, Bryan Fuller

Upon returning from a mission, Chakotay, Kim and Neelix find Voyage abandoned and the Doctor the only crew member aboard. The entire crew have been kidnapped, their memories erased and they are now working in an alien industrial complex. Chakotay and Neelix infiltrate the complex and have to make Captain Janeway remember.

7.18 – Human Error
aired on March 21, 2001
Directed by: Allan Kroeker | Written by: Andre Bormanis, Kenneth Biller

Using the holodeck, Seven of Nine is trying to perfect her social skills to the point of becoming an obsession.

7.19 – Q2
aired on April 11, 2001
Directed by: LeVar Burton | Written by: Kenneth Biller

When Q finds his rebellious son too much to handle, he brings him to Voyager in the hope that Captain Janeway can teach him responsibility and compassion.

7.20 – Author, Author
aired on April 18, 2001
Directed by: David Livingston | Written by: Brannon Braga

During their now regular communications with Earth and Starfleet, the Doctor sends a holonovel too closely based on his adventures on Voyager, causing hurt feelings among his crew.

7.21 – Friendship One
aired on April 25, 2001
Directed by: Michael Vejar | Written by: Michael Taylor, Bryan Fuller

For the first time in seven years, Voyager gets a mission from Starfleet Command: retrieve the 21st century probe Friendship One from a nearby planet.

7.22 – Natural Law
aired on May 2, 2001
Directed by: Terry Windell | Written by: Kenneth Biller, James Kahn

Chakotay and Seven of Nine’s shuttle is crippled by an energy field and they crash on a planet inhabited by a primitive species.

7.23 – Homestead
aired on May 9, 2001
Directed by: LeVar Burton | Written by: Raf Green

Voyager finds a colony of Talaxians far from their home planet. When Neelix begins to bond with them, he makes a major decision.

7.24 – Renaissance Man
aired on May 16, 2001
Directed by: Michael Vejar | Written by: Andrew Shepard Price, Mark Gaberman

The Doctor abducts and impersonates various members of the crew when the Captain is kidnapped.

7.25 – Endgame
aired on May 23, 2001
Directed by: Allan Kroeker | Written by: Rick Berman, Kenneth Biller, Brannon Braga

Ten years after Voyager’s return from a 23 year journey across the galaxy, Admiral Janeway breaks all the temporal rules and journeys back in time to change a decision she made that prolonged their journey by 16 years. Bringing technology that will help fight the Borg, the Admiral wants her younger self to fight the Borg and use their transwarp hub to go home.