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Star Trek: Voyager season 6 episodes list:
Captain Janeway takes her quest for revenge against Captain Ransom to extremes when she orders the use of photon torpedoes against the Equinox, tractors a neutral ship, nearly kills an Equinox crewman during an interrogation, and relieves Chakotay of duty when he questions her actions.
Seven of Nine is stalked by three renegade Borg drones who want to learn from her how to terminate their neural links and become individuals again.
A near death experience while on board a shuttlecraft causes B'Elanna's consciousness to enter a Klingon netherworld where she encounters her mother.
The Doctor's experiments with a subroutine that allows him to experience daydreams puts him directly into the center of a crisis when he is monitored by scavenger aliens.
A space shuttle with a female persona becomes an obsession for Tom Paris, and it convinces him to cannibalize Voyager's parts.
Tuvok is robbed of his mental prowess after being zapped by an energy force, and Janeway searches for the "shadow people" responsible for the attack.
After escaping an armada attack, the Voyager crew finds a sleeping warrior race on a decimated planet.
The crew searches for a 300-year-old U.S. spacecraft from the first manned mission to Mars that is trapped inside a massive ball of energy.
Seven of Nine begins a new method of data analysis that makes her craft a conspiracy theory that Janeway and Tuvok intentionally stranded Voyager in the Delta Quadrant.
On Earth, the Starship Enterprise's Lt. Barclay becomes obsessed with contacting Voyager and turns to his old friend Counselor Troi for help.
A radioactive storm threatens the Voyager while the crew enjoys leisure time in the setting of Fair Haven, an Irish coastal village of the early 20th century.
Janeway and the crew orbit a primitive planet which begins to evolve at an astonishing rate, leveling its new-found weaponry at Voyager.
The Doctor becomes a celebrity among a race that has not developed music.
Janeway worries about crew members who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorders after they return from an exploration.
When Seven of Nine is captured by alien warriors, she is forced to fight a Pendari gladiator as a contestant in a deadly game.
When Chakotay's shuttle is captured by a Borg ship, Janeway enters into hostage negotiations with a gang of dangerously erratic Borg children.
Janeway visits Fair Haven, a holographic town, where residents suspect visitors of using black magic.
The long-dead Ensign Ballard seeks sanctuary aboard Voyager, pursued by alien abductors who reproduce by reanimating cadavers.
Seven suspects that Icheb's parents are not telling the truth about their son's assimilation; one of the Borg children still on board Voyager may hold the key to the mystery.
An unexpected attack forces Janeway and three troubled crew members to work together in order to survive.
Con artists impersonate Janeway and her officers while pulling scams and marring Starfleet's reputation.
A well-meaning alien poet uses B'Elanna Torres' Voyager stories as inspiration for his theatrical work.
Kes returns to exact revenge on Capt. Janeway, betraying the ship to an alien life form that will absorb the crew's internal organs.
The Pathfinder Project makes use of a pulsar and the MIDAS Array allowing a data stream to reach Voyager, and Voyager to reply, every 32 days.
Neelix tells the ship's children a ghost story about an electromagnetic life force that holds Voyager hostage while trying to make contact with Janeway.
Janeway and Seven of Nine act to instill independent thought in the Borg Collective when an enclave of drones reaches a dream-fantasy state that weakens it.