Star Trek: Voyager (1996) -The Thaw, and Tuvix

Captain’s log: stardate unknown Joe Menosky pens this episode from a story by Richard Gadas. It first aired on 29 April, 1996. The Voyager, still continuing its homeward journey comes across a planet that seems to have suffered some disaster, but there are still life signs, from a group in stasis. Unfortunately, when an away…

Star Trek: Voyager (1996) – Lifesigns, and Investigations

Captain’s log: stardate 49504.3 Kenneth Biller wrote this Doctor (Robert Picardo) story that first aired on 26 February, 1996. The Voyager comes across a lone Vidiian, Danara Pel (Susan Diol). The Doctor and Kes (Jennifer Lien) work to save her life. The Emergency Medical Hologram creates a holographic version of her (the only time we…

Star Trek: Voyager (1996) – Threshold, and Meld

Captain’s log: stardate 49373.4 Brannon Braga pens the teleplay for this episode, which first aired on 29 January, 1996,  from a story by Micheal De Luca, and it marks the first real time that transwarp drives have been discussed, in any real way, since Star Trek III: The Search For Spock. Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill),…

Star Trek: Voyager (1995) -Parturition, and Persistence of Vision

Captain’s log: stardate 49068.5 Jonathan Frakes directs this episode that was written by Tom Szollosi that first aired on 9 October, 1995. This episode sees the Tom Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill) – Kes (Jennifer Lien) – Neelix (Ethan Phillips) triangle finally dealt with and put to rest. Tom begins to realize he has feelings for…

Star Trek: Voyager (1995) – Projections, and Elogium

Captain’s log: stardate 48892.1 Johnathan Frakes directs this Doctor (Robert Picardo) episode that was written by Brannon Braga and first aired on 11 September, 1995. When the holographic Doctor is activated, he discovers the ship is practically deserted but for Janeway (Kate Mulgrew), Torres (Roxann Dawson) and Neelix (Ethan Phillips) after a Kazon attack. With…

Star Trek: Voyager (1995) -Jetrel, and Learning Curve

Captain’s log: stardate 48832.1 Jack Klein, Karen Klein and Kenneth Biller pen this Neelix (Ethan Phillips) episode from a story by James Thomton and Scott Nimerfro. The penultimate episode of the first season aired on 15 May, 1995. James Sloyan plays Jetrel, a scientist who comes aboard Voyager and delivers terrible news to Neelix. He…

Star Trek: Voyager (1995) – Phage, and The Cloud

Captain’s log: stardate 48532.4 Brannon Braga and Skye Dent penned the teleplay for this episode from a story by Timothy DeHaas. It first debuted on 6 February, 1995, and introduced the Voyager crew and the audience to the rather troubling Viidans. This is a species that are suffering from a deadly phage so that their…

Star Trek: Voyager (1995) -Parallax, and Time and Again

Captain’s log: stardate 48439.7 Brannon Braga pens the first episode following the series opening, from a story by Jim Trombetta. It debuted on 23 January, 1995. Voyager has begun its journey home, and as the Starfleet and Maquis crews attempt to integrate, they receive a distress call from a ship, a ship stuck in a…

Star Trek: Voyager (1995) – Caretaker

Captain’s log: stardate 48315.6 Micheal Piller and Jeri Taylor penned the series opener from a story they came up with alongside Rick Berman, and the Trek universe was introduced to its newest captain, Kathryn Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) and her Intrepid-class starship, Voyager, NCC-74656. She and her crew, including a helmsman recruited out of a Federation…

Star Trek: The Next Generation (1990) – Sarek, and Menage a Troi

Captain’s log: stardate 43917.4 Airing on 14 May, 1990, Star Trek: The Next Generation began formal relations with the Original Series when it debuted the episode Sarek. Written by Peter S. Beagle based on an unpublished story by Marc Cushman and Jake Jacobs. Sarek (Mark Lenard returning to the role) at the age of 202,…

Star Trek: Voyager – The Complete Series

Getting a re-release from Paramount Pictures today, in a fantastic new slipcase package, Star Trek: Voyager – The Complete Series comes home. Premiering in January of 1995, half way through the third season of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and half a year following the conclusion of The Next Generation, the series got away from…