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Recap Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 25 - One

Voyager approaches a nebula which extends far beyond the ship's sensors. Captain Janeway decides to try to go through it rather than around, but within minutes of entering the nebula the crew begin to suffer mysterious burns. Janeway orders helmsman Tom Paris to turn the ship around, but he collapses in pain before he can execute the command. Tuvok makes it to the helm and plots a course back out of the nebula. Seven of Nine, who had been unaffected, arrives on the bridge to help tend to the crew but discovers one ensign has already died from severe burns. Janeway heads to sickbay where the Doctor has been studying a sample of the nebula's gases. He tells her that the damage came from subnucleonic radiation and that even the briefest exposure destroys organic tissue. After exploring all options, he says the only protection the crew has against the radiation would be to go into stasis. Janeway is initially a little unnerved by this, but the Doctor assures her that he is perfectly capable of handling all the ship's systems. The Captain points out that he needs backup in case his holomatrix goes offline, to which the Doctor replies that Seven is apparently resistant to the effects of the radiation, and she can assist him. The Captain then calls a meeting of the senior staff and informs them of the situation. She explains that Seven and the Doctor will check on them four times a day, and that when they awaken a month later it will simply feel as though they had taken a nap. Chakotay is initially uncertain about Janeway's allowing Seven responsibility for the lives of the crew, but the captain reassures him. The crew enters stasis. The first few days through the nebula are uneventful and Seven develops an efficient routine of maintaining the ship's systems and monitoring the crew. Then, one day, she comes across Paris lying in the doorway, unconscious, and unburned by radiation. The Doctor arrives to help put Tom back into stasis and tells Seven it's not unheard of for people to come out of stasis early and to begin wandering. Seven becomes annoyed with the Doctor and he suggests she spend some time on the holodeck to relax and practice interacting with people. The program the Doctor picks out is a crew party which takes place in the mess hall. Instead of mingling, Seven stands off to the side trying to figure out how to recalibrate the warp field in order to resist the nebula's radiation. When the Neelix hologram comes over to try to get Seven to join the fun, Seven decides the program may not be a complete waste of time after all, and asks Neelix, who has some knowledge of warp field theory, to assist her. She then invites Janeway to help with the calculations as well. The Doctor freezes the program, explaining that doing math is not an appropriate activity for a party. Suddenly Voyager is rocked with explosions. The computer warns them that the anti-matter storage tanks are failing. They leave the holodeck and find that they will have to eject the tanks. The Doctor heads to the bridge and Seven to Engineering. The Doctor detects that Engineering is filled with plasma and is about to experience a hull breach, and warns Seven not to go inside. She ignores him and heads in to try to eject the anti-matter tanks. She finds that everything is normal, and the meltdown was a false alarm. As they go to repair the alarm system the Doctor's program begins to degrade. His mobile emitter has been damaged by the nebula's radiation and he will now be confined to sickbay. Seven is on her own. By the twenty-ninth day in the nebula, Seven begins feeling the effects of prolonged isolation. She has disturbing dreams, and visual and auditory hallucinations. She sees the crew dying and crying out for her. She tries to keep going. The ship encounters another vessel with an alien on board. He introduces himself as Trajis Lo-Tarik and requests a trade for supplies. Seven allows him to come aboard Voyager and they negotiate a trade. The alien talks to her, suggesting she must feel lonely and isolated without her crew, and especially because she's ex-Borg and she's used to hearing the thoughts of millions of others. Seven becomes anxious and suspicious and pulls a phaser on Trajis. He disappears. She feels he may have been a hallucination but reports to the Doctor that he may have also been a real intruder and she needs help. He can't assist from sickbay so she'll need to handle the situation herself. Seven arms herself with a plasma rifle. She continues to hear the crew and Trajis calling for her. Trajis begins taunting her, threatening to breach the ship's warp core. Now he's on the bridge and has complete control. Seven suddenly hears Paris' cry for help from the upper level and rushes to help him, but as soon as she reaches the top of the ladder she sees both Paris and Harry Kim burst into flames. Seven cuts off oxygen to the bridge and listens to Trajis die. Soon thereafter, he appears in Engineering and continues taunting her. The Doctor succeeds in hot-wiring his mobile emitter and comes to help Seven. He assures her there is no one else aboard the ship. Before his program shorts out again, he encourages Seven to hang on. Seven, alone, suffers more nightmarish hallucinations in which the crew taunts her. Propulsion systems fail, and Seven is forced to choose between re-routing power from life support or stasis support. She chooses to route power from life support, and finally passes out. She awakens to find the crew safe and healthy and out of stasis to welcome her back. Later, Seven watches as Paris and Kim chat with Torres in the mess hall. She surprises them by asking if she may join them. She tells them that she feels the need for companionship, to which Paris says he can understand after being stuck with only the Doctor for company for a month. Their conversation turns to the fact that Paris left his stasis unit on four separate occasions and had to be put back in, which elicits some teasing from Kim. Paris says he doesn't know why, but he doesn't like closed spaces. Seven suggests it is because he dislikes being alone. Source: Wikipedia If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Recap Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 25 - One

Voyager approaches a nebula which extends far beyond the ship's sensors. Captain Janeway decides to try to go through it rather than around, but within minutes of entering the nebula the crew begin to suffer mysterious burns. Janeway orders helmsman Tom Paris to turn the ship around, but he collapses in pain before he can execute the command. Tuvok makes it to the helm and plots a course back out of the nebula. Seven of Nine, who had been unaffected, arrives on the bridge to help tend to the crew but discovers one ensign has already died from severe burns. Janeway heads to sickbay where the Doctor has been studying a sample of the nebula's gases. He tells her that the damage came from subnucleonic radiation and that even the briefest exposure destroys organic tissue. After exploring all options, he says the only protection the crew has against the radiation would be to go into stasis. Janeway is initially a little unnerved by this, but the Doctor assures her that he is perfectly capable of handling all the ship's systems. The Captain points out that he needs backup in case his holomatrix goes offline, to which the Doctor replies that Seven is apparently resistant to the effects of the radiation, and she can assist him. The Captain then calls a meeting of the senior staff and informs them of the situation. She explains that Seven and the Doctor will check on them four times a day, and that when they awaken a month later it will simply feel as though they had taken a nap. Chakotay is initially uncertain about Janeway's allowing Seven responsibility for the lives of the crew, but the captain reassures him. The crew enters stasis. The first few days through the nebula are uneventful and Seven develops an efficient routine of maintaining the ship's systems and monitoring the crew. Then, one day, she comes across Paris lying in the doorway, unconscious, and unburned by radiation. The Doctor arrives to help put Tom back into stasis and tells Seven it's not unheard of for people to come out of stasis early and to begin wandering. Seven becomes annoyed with the Doctor and he suggests she spend some time on the holodeck to relax and practice interacting with people. The program the Doctor picks out is a crew party which takes place in the mess hall. Instead of mingling, Seven stands off to the side trying to figure out how to recalibrate the warp field in order to resist the nebula's radiation. When the Neelix hologram comes over to try to get Seven to join the fun, Seven decides the program may not be a complete waste of time after all, and asks Neelix, who has some knowledge of warp field theory, to assist her. She then invites Janeway to help with the calculations as well. The Doctor freezes the program, explaining that doing math is not an appropriate activity for a party. Suddenly Voyager is rocked with explosions. The computer warns them that the anti-matter storage tanks are failing. They leave the holodeck and find that they will have to eject the tanks. The Doctor heads to the bridge and Seven to Engineering. The Doctor detects that Engineering is filled with plasma and is about to experience a hull breach, and warns Seven not to go inside. She ignores him and heads in to try to eject the anti-matter tanks. She finds that everything is normal, and the meltdown was a false alarm. As they go to repair the alarm system the Doctor's program begins to degrade. His mobile emitter has been damaged by the nebula's radiation and he will now be confined to sickbay. Seven is on her own. By the twenty-ninth day in the nebula, Seven begins feeling the effects of prolonged isolation. She has disturbing dreams, and visual and auditory hallucinations. She sees the crew dying and crying out for her. She tries to keep going. The ship encounters another vessel with an alien on board. He introduces himself as Trajis Lo-Tarik and requests a trade for supplies. Seven allows him to come aboard Voyager and they negotiate a trade. The alien talks to her, suggesting she must feel lonely and isolated without her crew, and especially because she's ex-Borg and she's used to hearing the thoughts of millions of others. Seven becomes anxious and suspicious and pulls a phaser on Trajis. He disappears. She feels he may have been a hallucination but reports to the Doctor that he may have also been a real intruder and she needs help. He can't assist from sickbay so she'll need to handle the situation herself. Seven arms herself with a plasma rifle. She continues to hear the crew and Trajis calling for her. Trajis begins taunting her, threatening to breach the ship's warp core. Now he's on the bridge and has complete control. Seven suddenly hears Paris' cry for help from the upper level and rushes to help him, but as soon as she reaches the top of the ladder she sees both Paris and Harry Kim burst into flames. Seven cuts off oxygen to the bridge and listens to Trajis die. Soon thereafter, he appears in Engineering and continues taunting her. The Doctor succeeds in hot-wiring his mobile emitter and comes to help Seven. He assures her there is no one else aboard the ship. Before his program shorts out again, he encourages Seven to hang on. Seven, alone, suffers more nightmarish hallucinations in which the crew taunts her. Propulsion systems fail, and Seven is forced to choose between re-routing power from life support or stasis support. She chooses to route power from life support, and finally passes out. She awakens to find the crew safe and healthy and out of stasis to welcome her back. Later, Seven watches as Paris and Kim chat with Torres in the mess hall. She surprises them by asking if she may join them. She tells them that she feels the need for companionship, to which Paris says he can understand after being stuck with only the Doctor for company for a month. Their conversation turns to the fact that Paris left his stasis unit on four separate occasions and had to be put back in, which elicits some teasing from Kim. Paris says he doesn't know why, but he doesn't like closed spaces. Seven suggests it is because he dislikes being alone. Source: Wikipedia If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Recap Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 26 - Hope and Fear

Neelix returns to Voyager from a diplomatic assignment with a guest alien by the name of Arturis. In spite of language difficulties between the two races involved in the diplomacy, Arturis has impressed Neelix by resolving the dispute without any prior knowledge of the languages of either of them. When presented to Janeway, Arturis informs her that his race have exceptional linguistic aptitude, and that he himself knows over 4,000 languages. Arturis is highly magnanimous about his abilities, saying that it's only in his species' nature, and that other species possess great strength, whilst humans possess a great generosity of spirit. Seven of Nine's reaction to Arturis is somewhat less favorable. We learn that his species is known to the Borg as Species 116, and that the Borg has been unable to assimilate the species, or at least not yet. Arturis describes the Borg as a force of nature, similar to a violent storm. One does not feel anger or hatred toward a storm, therefore he does not feel anger or hatred toward the Borg. Janeway in the meantime has been having great difficulty deciphering a message received from the Alpha Quadrant. Even with the help of Seven of Nine and her Borg algorithms, the data appears to be too heavily corrupted due to the distance it has travelled. It suddenly occurs to Janeway that Arturis may be able to help, as his skill with verbal languages may also extend to computer programming languages. Indeed, he is successful in reconstructing the message, apart from one section of data that is beyond repair. The message contains details of new Starfleet engine designs using quantum slipstream technology, as well as nearby spatial coordinates where they will be able to collect a new ship using the new technology and return home to the Alpha Quadrant within three months. Voyager arrives at the coordinates and discovers a highly advanced Starfleet vessel named the USS Dauntless (NX-01-A). It is unlike any Starfleet vessel previously designed. The message from the Alpha Quadrant indicated that as well as vastly superior engine design, the ship would also have everything required by the crew for their relatively short journey home. A small away team transports over to the Dauntless to examine the ship further. Without any interference, the engines of the ship power up on their own, sending the ship 15 light years away within a minute, much to the amazement of the crew. It becomes apparent that the new ship can cover the distance to Earth within 3 months. The crew are inspired by their new hope, but Janeway has her reservations. Her instinct is telling her that the entire set of circumstances is too good to be true, and that something is amiss. In her words; "They even turned down the beds. All that was missing were chocolates on the pillows." The crew nevertheless continue to examine the new technology and attempt to modify Voyager's engines to use the new slipstream technology. Unfortunately, Voyager 's hull is not designed to withstand the stress of travelling at such high velocity, so the prospect of merely modifying Voyager to make the trip back by itself using these methods is unworkable. Meanwhile, Seven of Nine expresses her concerns at not being able to adapt to life on Earth among billions of humans, and informs Janeway that she does not wish to return to the Alpha Quadrant with the rest of the crew. Janeway points out to her that she has a choice between travelling to Earth or returning to the Borg Collective. Seven insists that she will survive on her own in the Delta Quadrant using her Borg perfection. Janeway and Tuvok reach the conclusion that everything is far too perfect, to the point where it is beyond reasonable coincidence, and that Arturis has somehow been deceiving them since his arrival on board the ship. She decides to reexamine the transmission received from the Alpha Quadrant, and discovers that the data described by Arturis as beyond repair is in fact the original message, and that the previous message was fake, fabricated completely by Arturis, including the coordinates where they are to collect the Dauntless. At the same time, Ensign Kim discovers alien technology behind a panel on board the Dauntless and alerts Tuvok. Janeway decides that it is time to challenge Arturis over his motives and identity. His initial response is to deny everything and to blame Seven of Nine, saying that it was she who fabricated the false message from Starfleet, and that there is bound to be evidence in her data logs to this effect. Janeway instantly dismisses this notion, saying that any evidence was put there by Arturis in case he was caught. With many of the Voyager crew on board the Dauntless, Arturis rips a panel from the control console to expose a lever which he pulls, sending the Dauntless into a quantum slipstream. The remaining crew on board Voyager manage to transport most of the crew back in time, except for Janeway and Seven of Nine. It turns out that the Dauntless was never anything more than Arturis' alien ship, camouflaged as a Starfleet vessel using highly advanced technology. Chakotay orders Tom Paris to activate the slipstream technology on board Voyager in order to pursue, even though it has not yet been tested. Arturis reveals his motives and intentions behind his deception of the Voyager crew. It turns out that his homeworld was recently attacked by the Borg and incorporated into Borg space, and all but a few hundred of his species were assimilated. This is contrary to Seven of Nine's earlier statement, indicating that the attack happened since she was severed from the collective and therefore had no knowledge of it. Arturis blames Janeway and her crew because of her previous alliance with the Borg (see "Scorpion"). Arturis' species had a vested interest in the Borg war with Species 8472 and believed that had the Borg been destroyed then their homeworld would still be free. All he has left to live for is revenge against Janeway, and resolves to bring her and as many of her crew as possible to the Borg for assimilation, even if it means that he too will be assimilated. Imprisoned within a forcefield by Arturis, Janeway and Seven formulate a plan to escape. Borg drones have the capability to walk through most forcefields due to their electromagnetic shielding. Seven of Nine still has this ability, though her Borg implants require a few simple modifications. Once this is done, they escape easily and challenge Arturis to stop what he is doing and keep the spirit and identity of his species alive in himself, in a similar way to the El Aurians as mentioned by Guinan (see "The Best of Both Worlds"). Arturis fails to see reason and destroys the ship's navigational controls, sealing the fate of all three of them. Voyager appears just in time to disable Dauntless' shields and transport Seven and the Captain to safety. Having destroyed his own controls, Arturis is unable to alter his course and ends up exactly where he had planned, in Borg space, but ironically he is alone, and is the sole victim of his own plan. He is greeted by several Borg cubes and is presumably assimilated. The new technology gained by Voyager lasts only a short time, but still provides them with enough velocity to shave 300 light years from the remainder of their journey. Source: Wikipedia If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Recap Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 24 - Demon

Tom Paris and Harry Kim take a shuttlecraft down to an extremely inhospitable planet to obtain fuel. In the course of this mission exact duplicates of the crew are created by a substance found on the planet's surface. Then, after the duplicates are beamed aboard, they suffocate because they aren't breathing the planet's gases, and The Doctor is called in. After examination, The Doctor (unaware that they are clones) tells the duplicates that "the planet has adapted you," in a process the exact opposite of terraforming. After a study, Torres discovers the reason behind the duplicates - when the substance covers her finger, she brings it back to the table, forming an exact duplicate of her finger. Then, Chakotay, Seven, and the Kim duplicate beam to the planet's surface (with Chakotay and Seven in suits) and find the real Paris and Kim. Chakotay requests all five beam up, but the Kim duplicate runs away. It eventually gets beamed up. By this point, Voyager is sinking into a pool of "silver blood". Janeway finds out that the Kim duplicate "wants a family", that is, copy the entire crew into a population for the planet. Janeway agrees, under the condition of releasing Voyager. It is released, and the "silver blood" copies everyone on the ship as the planet's population. Source: Wikipedia If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Recap Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 23 - Living Witness

The episode opens with a scene on the "warship Voyager", quite obviously an unrealistic depiction of the ship which turns out to be the museum's recreation of events. Although the brutality and detachment of the crew is chilling, there are several dark, campy elements of the alternate reality that provide comic relief: the crew wear altered versions of their uniforms with no combadges or rank insignia, black gloves, and black turtlenecks. Chakotay's name is repeatedly mispronounced by the crew as ("CHAC-a-tay") and his tattoo has grown in size as to cover half of his face and appears in the design of Māori Tā moko markings. Janeway sports a butch haircut and excessive schadenfreude. Meanwhile, the Doctor has become an android mass murderer while Tuvok has adopted a sinister sense of humor; Seven of Nine is a full Borg with several other Borg drones serving as shock troops onboard Voyager. There are also numerous Kazon actively patrolling the ship with phaser rifles in hand, and Neelix is depicted as a bridge officer. In the actual course of events, Captain Janeway had agreed to provide the Vaskans with medical supplies in exchange for dilithium crystals. The Kyrians, who were at war with the Vaskans, boarded Voyager to stop the deal, which they thought was a weapons deal of some sort. During their time on the ship, they stole a data module carrying a backup copy of the Doctor. 700 years later, this module was part of a Kyrian museum exhibit which showed their version of the encounter. This biased encounter showed Voyager as a warship with a savage and sadistic crew that was willing to commit genocide. Even the Vaskan in the simulation became horrified over the atrocities committed, but the simulated Janeway told him it was too late to stop now. A curator at the museum, always fascinated by Voyager's story even though they were "the bad guys", finally reactivated the Doctor. Initially, his claims that Voyager was depicted as unfairly malicious are ignored, and he is told he could be held accountable for war crimes. Eventually, after fending off an angry mob, he convinces the Kyrian curator to help him set the 700-year-old record straight. The episode ends an indeterminate number of years later, as the museum's new curator explains that the two species finally made peace thanks to the efforts of the Doctor, although he always regretted that he would never see any of his friends again. Following that, the Doctor served as the surgical chancellor for the Kyrians and Vaskans for many years, but eventually he took a ship and departed for Earth; he said that 'He had a longing for home'. Source: Wikipedia If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Recap Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 22 - Unforgettable

An alien woman named Kellin requests asylum aboard Voyager. When she comes aboard, The Doctor attempts to scan her but his tricorder does not retain any data about her. She is from a race called the Ramura, whose chemistry is such that any other race fails to remember them after a few hours, which is their explanation as to why the tricorder cannot scan her. They release a pheromone that does this. She claims that she came aboard Voyager a month ago to track down a Ramuran fugitive, and that during that time she and Chakotay fell in love. The crew looks into it and evidence seems to support her claim that she was on Voyager. Chakotay does not remember her, but as they work together he understands that he could have developed feelings for her. Just as Chakotay and Kellin start to pick up where they left off, another member of her race appears and fires a weapon at her. The effect of the weapon is to disintegrate her memories of her experiences aboard Voyager. This time, Chakotay is the one trying to convince her that they fell in love, but she is unresponsive and wants to return home. Kellin and the other Ramuran eventually depart Voyager, telling Chakotay that it would be better if he just forgot about her. As they've loaded a virus into the computer which will erase all record of the aliens' existence and encounter with Voyager, Chakotay wants to remember everything about this experience, so he's left writing with an old-fashioned pen and paper. Source: Wikipedia If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Recap Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 21 - The Omega Directive

Voyager is suddenly rocked by a distant explosion. Although ship systems appear undamaged, all information and control screens are suddenly locked out and replaced by an eerie omega symbol. Captain Janeway arrives on the bridge and informs the crew not to worry. She orders the ship's computer to override and transfer all data to her ready room, but leaves without explaining to her bemused crew what happened. After locking herself in her office she asks the computer to brief her on the detection of "Omega". Janeway also summons Seven of Nine into her ready room, as the Borg also have their own knowledge of "Omega". Because Voyager has been separated from Starfleet, the Omega Team (a specially trained group which would normally be tasked with handling situations involving "Omega") cannot be brought in to deal with the problem. Janeway decides to break the code of silence involving the symbol and share information with her senior officers. She announces that she has just received the Omega Directive, an order that requires Starfleet captains to ignore the Prime Directive and destroy the Omega particle at all costs. Omega is very unstable and even the destruction of one particle can nullify subspace for many light years around it, rendering faster-than-light travel impossible. Moving to the coordinates of the explosion they encounter the alien race that created it. The society is on the brink of economic failure, and are making Omega to "give their children a chance at a future." Seven of Nine, an ex-Borg member of the crew, displays an interest in the scientists' methods, hoping to save the omega particles and harness them, because she believes them to be perfection - infinite parts working together as one (like the Borg) - despite ample Starfleet and Borg evidence of their danger. The Borg are expected to assimilate it at all costs, even though they have experienced the loss of a large quantity of Borg vessels to Omega explosions while trying to harness the power of the substance. Seven notes, however, that the ability to harness Omega would make the Borg an unstoppable force; this remark only motivates Janeway to wipe out all omega particles, at any cost. Eventually all the particles are safely gathered together and detonated a safe distance from the alien planet. Just before they are destroyed, they stabilize, and Seven is able to view perfection for a brief moment. Source: Wikipedia If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Recap Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 20 - Vis a Vis

Tom Paris has become restless and uninspired by life on Voyager. Lately he's been spending a lot of time in a holodeck program restoring a 1969 Camaro. He hasn't been paying much attention to his girlfriend B'Elanna Torres and he's been skipping out on his shifts in Sickbay as The Doctor's assistant. His attention is sparked, though, when he's called to the bridge to help identify an anomaly. It turns out that the anomaly is being caused by a ship with a working coaxial warp drive, a technology previously thought to be only hypothetical. A vessel equipped with such a system would be able to leap great distances almost instantaneously. The ship is malfunctioning and the crew of Voyager welcomes the pilot on board and offers to help fix his fascinating ship. Tom Paris is the first to volunteer. The pilot, Steth (Dan Butler), is an adventurer of sorts making a living as a test pilot taking new ship designs out on their first flights. Tom and Steth become fast friends, and Tom requests time off from his boring Sickbay job to help figure out Steth's flashy new ship. Steth invites Tom on a road trip, offering him a chance to fly new kinds of vessels and see the sights, but when he considers his obligations on Voyager, Tom regretfully declines. Tom is just finishing repairs on Steth's ship and is preparing to bid the interesting fellow goodbye when Steth grabs him and somehow switches bodies with him. Steth has lost his ability to keep his consciousness and body combined, and must take a new body. Steth remains on Voyager in the body of Tom Paris, and sends his ship, and Tom's mind, away at high speed. Safely hidden behind Tom's friendly face, Steth assumes a new life. He has none of Tom's memories and a different personality, so fitting into the crew proves to be challenging. This new Tom Paris confounds the Doctor, whom he flatters into giving him a vacation, and B'Elanna, who he charms with affection. Back on Steth's ship, Tom awakens in a new body. He's almost immediately captured by a woman who has a major grievance with Steth (or the alien who had been posing as Steth). It seems that the real Steth is inside the body of female alien named Daelen, and the real Steth wants his body back. Meanwhile, the alien posing as Tom on Voyager has begun to exhibit behavior that makes the crew suspicious. He is cruel to B'Elanna, starts drinking alcohol on duty, and snoops into Captain Janeway's log. When she demands an explanation for these actions, he jumps her. Tuvok shoots him before he can choke her to death, and she bolts from the room. Tom has convinced the real Steth that the alien has done both of them wrong, and suggests they join forces to find Voyager and fix the situation. They reach the ship just as the alien flies off with a shuttlecraft, in Captain Janeway's body. Tom disables the shuttle and brings the alien back in. Steth's original body, the one that the alien and Tom had been using, is restored to Steth, and the alien - now trapped back in Daelen's female body - is taken into custody, so all of his/her previous victims can be restored to their original bodies. Grateful to be back in his own life again, Tom heads off to make up with B'Elanna. Source: Wikipedia If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Recap Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 19 - The Killing Game Part 2

The Doctor finds a way to release Seven and Janeway from their neural interfaces, and the two plan to break the Hirogen's hold on the rest of the crew. Just then, the Americans storm St. Clare with the help of the French Resistance. Captain Miller (Chakotay) and Lt. Bobby Davis (Tom Paris) arrive to take down the Nazi stronghold in the town, calling in an air strike to blow up German headquarters. The explosion overloads the holo-projectors' already strained circuitry and blasts an opening from the holodeck into the rest of the ship. Holograms invade Voyager and the ship becomes a World War II battleground. Janeway fights off holo-soldiers and Hirogen Nazis to plant explosives in Sickbay. When it blows, the neural interfaces release the Voyager crew and they find themselves immersed in a war, or in the case of Neelix, amidst a herd of drunken Klingons. Meanwhile, the leader of the Hirogen captures Janeway and she realizes what he is trying to do. His own culture will never survive with their lifestyle of wandering in scattered hunting parties, and if he could establish holo-programs his people could stay together and experience countless hunts of all kinds. Janeway takes advantage of his wisdom and the two establish a truce. Unfortunately, one of the other Hirogen has become inspired by Nazi philosophy. He assassinates his leader and aims to conquer Voyager's crew in the spirit of righteous domination. Just in time, Neelix and The Doctor manage to merge the holo-programs, unleashing the murderous Klingons on the Nazis before they can execute the Voyager crew. Harry overloads the holodecks and the program finally ends. After days of fighting, a truce is called between Voyager's crew and the Hirogen. The Hirogen agree to leave Voyager in exchange for holodeck technology. Source: Wikipedia If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Recap Star Trek: Voyager: Season 4, Episode 18 - The Killing Game Part 1

Captain Janeway is a Klingon warrior complete with holographic cranial ridges when she is critically wounded by a Hirogen participating in a Klingon holodeck program. The Hirogen heals her wounds and she is put back to work in a second, more spectacular program: a town in Nazi-occupied France circa 1944. The Hirogen find Nazism fascinating, and are using the program to experience life in a military bent on conquering the planet. The Hirogen take on the roles of Nazi officers patrolling the town of St. Clare, with Voyager's brainwashed crew as their prey, members of the French Resistance. Janeway is now Katrine, a French restaurateur and leader of the underground plotting against their Nazi occupiers. She works with bartender (Tuvok), who is loyal to the movement, and a chanteuse and munitions expert (Seven of Nine, whose voice was not dubbed during the songs). Neelix plays a baker who ferries messages and secret codes to the resistance headquarters. He is eventually wounded and transferred to the Klingon program after his recovery. B'Elanna is a heavily pregnant French girl named Brigitte whose affair with a Nazi Captain allows her access to enemy areas (Roxann Dawson actually was pregnant while filming this episode). The Hirogen enjoy using the Voyager crew in the simulation, because they are more rewarding to hunt down and kill than are holograms. In Sickbay, The Doctor is furious that he must repeatedly save his crewmates from life-threatening wounds sustained as they are hunted in the simulations. He is also distressed that there has already been one Voyager fatality. Harry Kim, who is being forced to expand the holodecks throughout the entire ship, works with The Doctor to regain control of the ship and its crew from the Hirogen. Source: Wikipedia If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now