Star Trek: Voyager season 2←Star Trek: Voyager season 1 Star Trek: Voyager season 3→
Star Trek: Voyager season 2 episodes list:
The crew of Voyager discovers an unusual object floating in space while following a particle trail. They then land on a planet and discover an old Earth aircraft and then are led to a cave that contains cryogenic units with people from Earth in them.
When Chakotay's shuttlecraft unknowingly runs through Kazon territory, Chakotay becomes the target of a young Kazon boy trying to earn his warrior name.
The ship's holographic doctor has a strange encounter with Lt. Barclay that leads to him having problems telling reality from fiction. He is lead to believe that Voyager is nothing but a holographic simulation that he must fix.
When Voyager's crew encounters a swarm of strange alien lifeforms in space, the aliens start forming what seems to be a attachment to Voyager. Meanwhile the encounter seems to accelerate Kes's reproductive cycle that comes only once in her species lifetime.
Ensign Kim awakens on Earth in 24th century San Francisco; Starfleet has no record of him ever having been a crew member on Voyager.
While giving a party for Kes, the crew starts encountering a spatial distortion phenomenon. It gradually starts occurring inside the ship, changing Voyager's structural layout.
During a shuttle mission to replenish Voyager's food supplies, Neelix and Lt. Paris discover an embryonic pod and become caretakers of the hatchling infant.
A strange force causes the crew to enter a delusional state in which their most buried thoughts come to the surface.
The away team Chakotay is on reminds him of when he was a youth and he disappointed his father by not embracing his tribe's cultural heritage.
Voyager encounters people of Kes's race, the Ocompa, living on a space station; they lead the crew to the female of the Caretaker's species, who believes they caused the Caretaker's death.
Chakotay feels responsible after Seska masterminds a successful raid on the Voyager that gives the Kazons vital Federation technology.
Janeway is forced to rely on her own devices when Torres and Tuvok are captured by the Mokra during an away mission to find tellurium. She is then assisted by a man who thinks she is his daughter.
Lt. Torres and Ensign Kim help a humanoid robot that is discovered by Voyager. Torres is then kidnapped by the robot and its fellow robots, who threaten to destroy Voyager unless Torres helps them.
Captain Janeway reluctantly tries to form an alliance with the Kazons and their longtime enemies in order to strengthen Voyager's position in the quadrant.
Paris experiments with breaking the warp 10 barrier. Once transwarp is achieved, Lt. Paris starts to undergo a strange transformation which places his life in danger.
After a crewman is murdered, Tuvok decides to try and understand what drives a person to commit violent crimes. He uses a mind meld on the killer and starts to have violent tendencies of his own.
Voyager has an encounter with an advanced, self-aware Cardassian missile that was also drawn into the Delta quadrant. The missile, believing it is still in the Alpha quadrant, is on course to destroy an inhabited world; Torres must stop the missile before it reaches its objective.
While taking a sample of a strange space phenomenon, Voyager brings a Q aboard. This in turn causes the original Q to come onboard, demanding that the new Q come back to the Q Continuum with him.
Voyager rescues a dying Vidiian and during the process of trying to save her life, the Doctor's adaptive program allows him to experience romantic feelings for the first time. Lt. Paris starts objecting to his treatment on Voyager and ends up assaulting Chakotay.
Lt. Paris leaves Voyager to travel with a Talaxian convoy claiming to not fit in with Voyager's crew. Neelix later suspects Lt. Paris of being a traitor to Voyager when he decides to become a investigative video journalist.
While trying to avoid the Vidiians, Voyager travels to a region of space that will disguise them from their sensors. Subsequently, an onboard disaster occurs while Ensign Wildman is having her baby, which causes problems for the Doctor.
After Tuvok crash lands on a moon that is considered sacred, he attempts to save three abandoned children from the messenger of death while repairing his shuttle.
The crew of Voyager discovers a world with technology and no people. They then determine that the planets inhabitants are in hibernation in order to protect themselves from a natural disaster.
Tuvok and Neelix are on a away mission and a transporter accident causes them to be combined into one person called Tuvix with the personality of both of them combined.
After Captain Janeway and Chakotay contract a deadly virus, they are set down on a small planet so the rest of the crew will not become infected.
Chakotay is told his son has been taken by the Kazons, during the process of trying to rescue him Voyager is taken by the Kazons after the crew looses the ship in a running battle with the Kazons.