Star Trek: Voyager (2000) – Drive, and Repression

Captain’s log: stardate 54058.6 Micheal Taylor pens this episode that first screened on 18 October, 2000. Tom Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill), after getting the okay from Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) enters the new Delta Flyer in a lightspeed race, a friendly competition held by four species who were originally at war. The event is being held…

Star Trek: Voyager (2000) – Unimatrix Zero: Part II, and Imperfection

Captain’s log: stardate 54014.4 The seventh and final season of Star Trek: Voyager got underway on 4 October, 2000 when the conclusion of the cliffhanger ending from the previous season resolved in a script by Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky that they cooked up with Mike Sussman. It seems Janeway (Kate Mulgrew), Tuvok (Tim Russ)…

Star Trek: Voyager (2000) – Fury, and Life Line

Captain’s log: stardate unknown Bryan Fuller and Micheal Taylor pen this episode from a story by Rick Berman and Brannon Braga. First airing on 3 May, 2000, it sees the return of Jennifer Lien as Kes, and she is pissed. She launches an assault on the Voyager, demonstrating that her powers have grown exponentially, even…

Star Trek: Voyager (2000) – Live Fast and Prosper, and Muse

Captain’s log: stardate 53849.2 Identity theft still exists in the 24th century as we learn in this episode directed by LeVar Burton and written by Robin Burger. First airing on 19 April, 2000, the story follows a trio of thieves Dala (Kaitlin Hopkins), Mobar (Gregg Daniel) and Zar (Francis Guinan),who are impersonating Janeway (Kate Mulgrew),…

Star Trek: Voyager (2000) – Child’s Play, and Good Shepherd

Captain’s log: stardate unknown Raf Green pens the teleplay for this episode from a story by Paul Brown, it first aired on 8 March, 2000, and perhaps sees the departure of some (or all) of the annoying drone children. The Voyager discovers one of the children’s home planets, the teen, Icheb (Manu Intiryami). Unfortunately Seven…

Star Trek: Voyager (2000) – Spirit Folk, and Ashes to Ashes

Captain’s log: stardate unknown The crew of the Voyager return to the holodeck and the restored Fair Haven program in this episode written by Bryan Fuller. It first aired on 23 February, 2007. The holograms that populate the program begin to become suspicious of the crew and begin to think they may be fairies or…

Star Trek: Voyager (2000) – Tsunkatse, and Collective

Captain’s log: stardate 53447.2 Ganton Kenney came up with the story for this episode that was adapted to a teleplay by Robert J. Doherty, and it saw it’s debut on 9 Fenruary, 2000. Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) and Tuvok (Tim Russ) are kidnapped during an away mission. With Tuvok injured and in need of…

Star Trek: Voyager (2000) – Virtuoso, and Memorial

Captain’s log: stardate 53556.4 Raf Green and Kenneth Biller pen this Doctor (Robert Picardo) episode that debuted on 26 January, 2000. The holographic Doctor begins to contemplate leaving the Voyager when they arrive at a planet where the diminutive aliens (including guest star Paul Williams) have never developed music, and he becomes a bit of…

Star Trek: Voyager (2000) – Fair Haven, and Blink of an Eye

Captain’s log: stardate unknown Robin Burger pens this holodeck/Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) episode that some will love, some will hate. It’s just different. It first aired on 12 Janyary, 2000. Tom Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill) has given us a couple of relaxing holodeck programs over the course of the Voyager’s journey. There was a French bistro,…

Star Trek: Voyager (1999) – The Voyager Conspiracy, and Pathfinder

Captain’s log: stardate 53329 Joe Menosky penned this Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) episode that delves into paranoia as she begins to suspect that the Voyager was intentionally transported to the Delta Quadrant. After augmenting her alcove to assimilate more data, her neural pathways are unable to handle it, and begin correlating facts into vast…

Star Trek: Voyager (1999) – Dragon’s Teeth, and One Small Step

Captain’s log: stardate 53167.9 First airing on 10 November, 1999, Dragon’s Teeth was written by Micheal Taylor, Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky from a story by Taylor. The Voyager is forced out of a sub-space corridor by attacking aliens, they find a remote planet and a race of aliens that have been in suspended animation…