Star Trek: Voyager: Season 6 (1999 - 2000)

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Air date: Sep 22, 1999

Conclusion. The Voyager is attacked by the aliens, and as Janeway plots to recapture Ransom (John Savage) and his crew, the Equinox is equally determined to escape with the Doctor and Seven of Nine as hostages. Max: Titus Welliver. Seven of Nine: Jeri Ryan. The Doctor: Robert Picardo.

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Air date: Sep 29, 1999

A visit to a space station brings Seven of Nine into contact with her former Borg crewmates, who wish to access her memories in order to recall their break from the Collective. Seven of Nine: Jeri Ryan. Harry Kim: Garrett Wang. Neelix: Ethan Phillips.

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Air date: Oct 6, 1999

A near-death experience aboard a shuttlecraft thrusts B'Elanna's consciousness into a Klingon netherworld where she encounters her mother aboard a ship populated by the dead. B'Elanna: Roxann Dawson. Tuvok: Tim Russ. Neelix: Ethan Phillips.

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Air date: Oct 13, 1999

The Doctor's experiments with a program that allows his mind to experience daydreams place him in the epicenter of a crisis when hostile aliens eavesdrop on his fantasies. Philox: Jay Leggett. Overlooker: Googy Gress. Devro: Robert Greenberg. Doctor: Robert Picardo.

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Air date: Oct 20, 1999

Paris's plans to refurbish a used shuttle create big trouble for Voyager when the shuttle's computer manipulates his mind to complete its own plans for repair. Voice of Alice: Claire Rankin. Abaddon: John Fleck. Paris: Robert Duncan McNeill.

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Air date: Nov 3, 1999

Janeway and a Keset agent (Mark Moses) rush to uncover why a mysterious energy force is causing Tuvok's Vulcan physiology to endure severe neurological trauma in the form of mental distress and emotional unpredictability. B'Elanna: Roxann Dawson (who also directed). Tuvok: Tim Russ. Neelix: Ethan Phillips.

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Air date: Nov 10, 1999

Under attack from the hostile Turei race, Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) and the crew take refuge on a war-ravaged planet. Here they find the ruins of the Vaadwar civilization, whose surviving warriors slumber in biopods, awaiting reanimation so that they may wreak vengeance upon their enemies. Electing to align herself with the awakened Vaadwar, Janeway soon has cause to regret her decision. First telecast November 10, 1999, "Dragon's Teeth" was written by Michael Taylor, Brannon Braga, and Joe Menosky, from a story by Taylor.

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Air date: Nov 17, 1999

In a huge rolling energy ball called the Graviton Ellipse, Janeway and the crew try to rescue a trapped U.S. spacecraft. Originally the vanguard of the first manned mission to Mars, the American vessel -- and its skipper, Lt. John Kelly (Phil Morris) -- has been in a state of suspended animation since the year 2032. Janeway's (Kate Mulgrew) efforts to shepherd Kelly to safety end up having disastrous effects on her crew -- especially Chakotay (Robert Beltran). Written by Mike Wollaeger, Jessica Scott, Bryan Fuller, and Michael Taylor from a story by Wollaeger and Scott, "One Small Step" made its network TV bow on November 17, 1999.

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Air date: Nov 24, 1999

An alien assures the Voyager crew that his space "catapult" can take them all home. Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) suspects that this is not true, and further believes that Janeway and the alien are planning to double-cross the Federation. Unaware that Seven of Nine's paranoia has been caused by a data overload, the rest of the crew begins to imagine that treachery and betrayal lurks around every corner. The Voyager Conspiracy was first telecast on November 24, 1999.

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Air date: Dec 1, 1999

Dwight Schultz reprises his Next Generation role of hypersensitive officer Reg Barclay. Now stationed at Starfleet's San Francisco Yards, Barclay becomes obsessed with contacting the long-lost Voyager. Enlisting the aid of the reluctant Counselor Deanna Troi (Marina Sirtis), Barclay succeeds in getting them both in hot water with their superiors, but that doesn't stop him from hatching a bold and dangerous plan to carry out his self-appointed mission. The final first-run Voyager episode of the millennium, Pathfinder originally aired December 1, 1999; it was written by David Zabel and Kenneth Biller, from a story by Zabel.

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Critic Reviews for Star Trek: Voyager Season 6

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (2)

The story is so strained, and Kate Mulgrew's Janeway so uncharacteristically vindictive, that the plot becomes a lot less effective than the quieter, creepier scenes between Seven of Nine and a reprogrammed, sadistic Doctor.

Oct 24, 2017 | Full Review…

Consider it a welcome view into a darker Voyager we didn't get - if a somewhat frustrating one, as well.

Oct 24, 2017 | Full Review…

At a certain point, Voyager just degraded into the weekly adventures of the Holodeck.

Oct 24, 2017 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Star Trek: Voyager: Season 6

  • Sep 26, 2017
    Star Trek: Voyager rejoins the TNG universe in Season 6, and begins to have regular crossovers with actors Dwight Schultz (Lieutenant Barclay) and Marina Sirtis (Deanna Troi). Beginning with the episode "Pathfinder" Voyager established contact with the Federation, allowing the writers to explore new avenues. And, the ship takes on a contingent of Borg children after running into a damaged cube in "Collective," forcing Seven to take on a mentoring role; passing on what she has learned about humanity, and helping them on their path to becoming individuals. The Doctor also finds himself facing new challenges, such as assuming command of Voyager ("Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy"), being offered a new life to explore his musical talent ("Virtuoso"), and transmitting himself to the Alpha Quadrant in order to save his creator ("Life Line"). Season 6 of Star Trek: Voyager takes a lot of risks, resulting in a remarkably daring and exciting season that ranks as one of the best of the series.
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  • Sep 03, 2020
    I loved all of Voyager. Janeway is a total badass, and it continues to come across today as it did 25 years ago. There is classic Trek-ness, thought provoking themes about the nature of life and adventure. I would highly recommend the entire series to anyone. I just finished watching the whole series from beginning to end, and I found myself as sad to see it end the second time as I was the first.
  • Aug 13, 2020
    DS9 was better, but I still prefer to rewatch the whole show instead of a single minute of Discovery or Picard.
  • Feb 10, 2020
    They still do not get it, the ship is far away home, it was need a series of treaty to make friends and turn the voyage home feasible, but still generating shutles frrom nothinbg and never ending torpedoes. What this gyus are doing?
  • Oct 28, 2017
    3rd fav trek tv show it had so much potential
  • Jan 04, 2016
    Voyager is so close to being my second favorite Trek series after The Original Series. It is probably the most consistent series of all the Star Trek series. There's not as many ups and downs in the number of good to "blah" episodes as The Next Generation, which is my number two favorite Trek series, because The Next Generation reached higher highs than Voyager, but with more valleys unfortunately. Voyager was a a smooth and consistent ride and the cast was pretty good and likable as well. Some of all of Trek's best characters populate the show (The Doctor, Seven and Tuvok). It seems like people either love or hate Voyager and honestly, like the hate for the newest films with the alternate Original Series cast, I just don't get the hate. There is really not much to hate about it, it is a quality piece of Trek and Sci-Fi in general. I liked it VERY much! And it's the one Star Trek that my wife, Shannon actually seems to like too!

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