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Star Trek: Voyager season 2

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26 episodes (1528 views)

Air weekdate: Cast:Kate Mulgrew, Robert Picardo, Jeri Ryan, Ethan Phillips, Roxann Dawson, Robert Beltran, Jennifer Lien, Tim Russ, Robert Duncan McNeill, Garrett Wang Genre:Action, Adventure, Drama, Science-Fiction Channel:UPN Status:Ended

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Star Trek: Voyager season 2 episodes list:

Episode #1: The 37's (air date: 1995-08-28)

Stardate: 48975.1 After discovering a 1936 Ford truck from Earth floating in space Voyager discovers a series of cryo-statis chambers containing abductees from Earth during the 1930's, including Amelia Earhart and her navigator.

Episode #2: Initiations (air date: 1995-09-04)

Stardate: 49005.3 A young Kazon trying to earn his name and place among his people kidnaps Chakotay.

Episode #3: Projections (air date: 1995-09-11)

Stardate: 48892.1 When the Doctor is activated during a Red Alert, he learns that the ship has been abandoned, and that only B'Elanna Torres and an injured Captain Janeway are left on board. Soon afterwards, Lt. Barclay appears and tells him that his entire time on Voyager is an elaborate simulation, and he's really a holo-engineer by the name of Zimmerman on Jupiter station in the Alpha Quadrant, who has been trapped on a holodeck for six hours. If he does not destroy Voyager's warp core and end the program soon he will die.

Episode #4: Elogium (air date: 1995-09-18)

Stardate: 48921.3 When the crew of Voyager investigate a cluster of space-borne life forms, Kes is forced into a stage in her life known as the 'Elogium.' This is the only time in her life when she can have a family.

Episode #5: Non Sequitur (air date: 1995-09-25)

Stardate: 49011 Harry Kim arises one morning to find he is back in San Francisco on Earth with his girlfriend Libby. In order to help him restore reality, he enlists the help of a shady figure in France by the name of Tom Paris, who has no idea who Harry is.

Episode #6: Twisted (air date: 1995-10-02)

Stardate: Unknown A spatial distortion ring begins to reconfigure the internal layout of Voyager. With the crew unable to get to vital systems, and the captain injured after coming into contact with the anomaly, the ship is slowly twisted as the ring implodes and endangers the crew.

Episode #7: Parturition (air date: 1995-10-09)

Stardate: Unknown When Neelix and Paris find themselves trapped on a planet dubbed 'Planet Hell', they become the unwilling parents of an infant alien that is near death. In the meantime, a ship appears and begins attacking Voyager.

Episode #8: Persistence of Vision (air date: 1995-10-30)

Stardate: Unknown Captain Janeway starts seeing characters and objects from her holo-novel around the ship. Soon afterwards the crew begins entering a catatonic state one by one, while only Kes and the Doctor remain unaffected.

Episode #9: Tattoo (air date: 1995-11-06)

Stardate: Unknown Upon discovering a cultural symbol drawn in the ground on a planet that was used by his ancestors to 'heal the land', Chakotay tries to contact the beings his tribe called the 'Sky Spirits.'

Episode #10: Cold Fire (air date: 1995-11-13)

Stardate: 49164.8 The crew of Voyager make contact with the Caretaker's mate, Suspiria. Kes meets with the descendants of other Ocampa on Suspiria's array that left the homeworld over 300 years ago. Soon, her mental abilities begin to grow to a point where she can no longer control them, and nearly kills Tuvok in the process.

Episode #11: Maneuvers (air date: 1995-11-20)

Stardate: 49208.5 After Voyager detects a Federation probe, the Kazon Nistrim attack and steal some transporter technology. Chakotay interprets this as a personal attack, and is then captured.

Episode #12: Resistance (air date: 1995-11-27)

Stardate: Unknown Tuvok and B'Elanna are captured and imprisoned after an away mission to obtain a chemical vital to Voyager's systems from a black market go wrong. Janeway is knocked unconscious and is rescued by a man who believes that she is his daughter.

Episode #13: Prototype (air date: 1996-01-15)

Stardate: Unknown After finding and repairing a robot found drifting in space, B'Elanna is abducted and forced to design a new prototype or Voyager will be destroyed.

Episode #14: Alliances (air date: 1996-01-22)

Stardate: 49337.4 In order to stop attacks from the Kazon, Captain Janeway finds herself being forced to make an alliance with the more powerful Kazon sects. When negotiations fail, their only chance is to ally themselves with the race that used the Kazons as slaves in the past, called the Trabe.

Episode #15: Threshold (air date: 1996-01-29)

Stardate: 49373.4 Tom Paris begins evolving into a higher organism after achieving warp 10 in an experimental shuttle.

Episode #16: Meld (air date: 1996-02-05)

Stardate: Unknown In order to help out Lon Suder, a psychopath who killed a crewmember, Tuvok performs a mind meld. Soon after he begins showing violent tendencies, which develop until he loses control.

Episode #17: Dreadnought (air date: 1996-02-12)

Stardate: 49447 When Voyager encounters a Cardassian missile ship in the Delta Quadrant named 'Dreadnought', B'Elanna must disarm it before it destroys a planet with millions of innocent people.

Episode #18: Death Wish (air date: 1996-02-19)

Stardate:49301.2 A suicidal Q threatens the future of the Q-Continuum after he requests asylum aboard Voyager.

Episode #19: Lifesigns (air date: 1996-02-26)

Stardate: 46504.3 After receiving a Vidiian patient who is about to die from the Phage, the doctor transfers her consciousness into the ship's computer and creates a holographic body. He soon finds himself becoming deeply attracted to her.

Episode #20: Investigations (air date: 1996-03-13)

Stardate: 49485.2 After weeks of erratic behavior, Tom Paris leaves Voyager and joins a Talaxian convoy.

Episode #21: Deadlock (air date: 1996-03-18)

Stardate: 49548.7 An accident in a plasma cloud duplicates Voyager after they are attacked by the Vidiians. During the aftermath, the ship is severely damaged, Ensign Wildman's baby dies and Harry Kim is sucked into space through a hull breach.

Episode #22: Innocence (air date: 1996-04-08)

Stardate: Unknown When Tuvok crashes on a moon, he discovers three small children who believe they are about to die.

Episode #23: The Thaw (air date: 1996-04-29)

Stardate: Unknown The crew of Voyager encounters a planet that has recently entered an ice age. They discover a series of stasis chambers where a small group of people are mentally connected to an artificial environment that turned horribly wrong.

Episode #24: Tuvix (air date: 1996-05-06)

Stardate: 49655.2 A transporter accident merges Tuvok and Neelix into one new being who calls himself 'Tuvix.'

Episode #25: Resolutions (air date: 1996-05-13)

Stardate: 49690.1 When Captain Janeway and Chakotay contract an incurable virus they are left on a planet that shield them from its effects. While Janeway searches for a cure, she begins to form a deeper relationship with her first officer. Onboard Voyager, Tuvok, who is now in command, faces a near mutiny.

Episode #26: Basics (1) (air date: 1996-05-20)

Stardate: Unknown. Voyager receives a distress signal from Seska, who claims that Maje Cullah is going to take her baby away from her, a baby she says is Chakotay's. Chakotay is skeptical, but can't take the risk of abandoning his child, should it really prove to be his. Janeway authorises a mission to rescue Chakotay's child and the ship moves deep into Kazon Nistrim territory. However: was Seska for real, or is this all an elaborate trap?

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