Stardate: Unknown The Equinox takes off after having taken kidnapped Seven of Nine and the Doctor, leaving Voyager left to fight the interspatial aliens. Voyager then purses the Equinox, and is aided by subterfuge by Seven. However, The Equinox' Captain removes the Doctor's ethical subroutines and the Doctor tortures Seven to recover codes she has refused to give up.
Meanwhile, on Voyager the EMH from the Equinox, who also has had his ethical subroutines removed, has replaced Voyager's EMH, and is attempting to hinder Voyager's attempt to overtake and capture the Equinox.
Can Voyager overcome the EMH's deceptions and some of the duplicitous crew of Equinox crew who were previously beamed aboard? It appears the answer lies with contact with the interspatial aliens.
Stardate: 53049.2 Three ex-Borg members, that long ago survived a crash along with Seven of Nine, return to try to tap into Seven's Borg implants. Although they are stopped, it is learned that they were forced by Seven to become permanently link together, as at the time their link to the Borg had been broken, and they were beginning to waiver from remaining in the collective.
Stardate: Unknown B'Elanna's return to Voyager goes horribly wrong, and she awakens on the Klingon "Barge of The Dead" that carry dishonored dead Klingons. There she finds to her horror her Mother. After she is revived back in sickbay, she obsesses on how she can restore her Mother's honor. However, this would require B'Elanna to die to accomplish.
Stardate: Unknown When the Doctor's program becomes unstable, he finds that he is moving between photonic daydreams and reality. At the same time, an alien vessel is trying to access Voyager's computer system, but can only get access to the Doctor's program, which allows them to see Voyager through his eyes. They plan to attack Voyager once their attack plan is formulated; an attack plan based on information they are seeing through the Doctor's daydreams, unaware they are seeing the Doctor's daydreams.
Stardate: Unknown Paris falls in love with an alien ship that he finds in a space junkyard. However, his infatuation soon turns into domination, as the ship is able to control Tom's thoughts and actions just like a drug addiction.
Stardate: 53263.2 Upon returning in a shuttle from a negation with a planet, a cloaked alien attacks and incapacitates Tuvok. Once Tuvok is onboard, the Doctor states that he needs more information on the weapon used to attack Tuvok, before he can work on healing him. This proves problematic, as the species they believe attacked Tuvok are extreme xenophobes.
The ship is placed in danger when it comes under attack from a territorial race of aliens known as the Turei. While sheltering on a planet, Captain Janeway tries to make an alliance with its inhabitants, the Vaadwaur. However, she soon begins to think that the Vaadwaur may pose a bigger threat than the enemy above.
Stardate: 53292.7 When Voyager attempts to avoid a strange space phenomenon, they find the relic of an early Mars bound Earth spacecraft. As they try to learn how to avoid the same fate as the Mars bound craft, they learn about the astronaut's last few minutes of life, from the capsules' video recordings.
Stardate: Unknown Just when Voyager may have found a means to shave light years off its journey, through an alien device, Seven of Nine becomes convinced that several Voyager conspiracies are going on; including the fact there is a new convenient means for the crew to return to the Alpha quadrant. Seven's concerns soon cause Voyager to lose its chance at shaving that time off their voyage home.
Stardate: Unknown Back on Earth, Lt. Barclay, who has been obsessed with finding a way to communicate with Voyager, thinks he has found the answer. He thinks that by directing a tachyon beam toward a pulsar, a wormhole might be established which would allow for two way communication with Voyager. However, no one else believes it will work. Barclay decides to take matters into his own hands.
As the crew enjoys time off in a holo-program created by Tom Paris, and set in an Irish village named 'Fair Haven', Captain Janeway falls for a handsome holo-character specifically designed for her. A deadly neutrino wave approaching Voyager shortly bring the festivities to a halt as this wave may prove to be more dangerous than they first imagined.
Stardate: Unknown Voyager happens on a planet that exists in a time gradient where time passes at a substantially greater rate than in normal space. Soon (in Voyager's timeline), the planet develops space travel, and then even antimatter missiles. Voyager must find a way to break orbit before they are destroyed by the missiles being fired at them, and which are advancing in power with each Voyager minute. Voyager's only hope is to get help from an interesting ally from the planet. But can their ally succeed in time?
Stardate: 53556.4 When Voyager goes to the rescue of a strange race's ship, the race learns of "singing" from the Doctor. This race, who look down on the Voyager crew as being technologically inferior, are enthralled by this singing, which is new to them. They invite the Doctor to give a recital on their home world, and soon he decides he should stay there, on the planet, leaving Voyager to go on its way. However, the Doctor soon gets a big shock from his new friends.
Stardate: Unknown When an away team returns to Voyager having nightmares and unknown memories of battles, Capt. Janeway heads back to the planets they visited. On one planet they find an obelisk that appears explain the cause of their strange nightmares and memories. The three hundred year old obelisk appears to give visitors the memories of the events that lead to that civilization's destruction, in hopes the same won't happen to other races.
Stardate: 53447.2 As the Voyager crew takes some "down time" on a planet, several attend the popular game of Tsunkatse there. However, they are shocked to see Seven of Nine as one of the fighting opponents in the ring. She and Tuvok were suppose to be on an away on a separate mission to investigate a nearby micro-nebula. However, Voyager's attempts to beam her off the planet are met without success, as her physical presence appears to be being projected from another location. Seven must reluctantly fight in these matches, as Tuvok was injured during their capture, and his medical treatment is contingent on her participation in the games.
As Voyager struggles to locate Seven and Tuvok, Seven is forced to fight in a Tsunkaste match in which only one fighter can leave alive.
Stardate: Unknown When the Delta flyer is attacked by an adrift Borg cube, Chakotay, Paris, Kim and Neelix become captives set for assimilation. Voyager thensends Seven of Nine to negotiate their release.
Seven soon learns that the cube was discarded by the Borg, as the crew was infected by a disease that might plague the entire Collective. She also finds there are only five Borg that remain alive: all children who are not yet fully developed Borg.
Can the crew rescue their crewmates, and in some way help these Borg children before disaster occurs?
Stardate: Unknown The Holodeck program "Fair Haven" becomes a dangerous place after it destabilizes, leaving the characters able to see the strange changes the crew cause in the program. When Paris and Kim attempt to fix the problem, they themselves are put in danger. It turns out it will be up to Janeway to negotiate the solution with her close Fair Haven character friend.
Stardate: 53679.4 Voyager receives a distress call from someone from Voyager's past; a long dead crewman! This person is under attack from a larger ship, but Voyager is able to rescue her. She tells the crew she is Ensign Lyndsay Ballard, even though her appearance has radically changed. Voyager learns she was found by a race that is made up from the inactive persons they find of other races. Voyager's attempts to return her to her former state appear to succeed, but her inevitable end can not be denied. The ship that appeared to be attacking her, was really trying to return her to her new existence.
Stardate: Unknown Capt. Janeway informs Seven of Nine that they have found Icheb's, the Borg child's, parents and his world. They will have to relocate Icheb back there, to Seven's dismay. However, it soon is found that Icheb's parents and the planet's race have another need for Icheb; one that unfortunately failed to destroy the Borg on their first attempt.
Stardate: 53753.2 Seven of Nine's recent crew evaluation leads to three crewman being rated below par for Voyager. Not having the option to reassign the three to another vessel, Capt. Janeway decides to take the three under her wing and take them on an away mission. The mission goes horribly wrong, and Janeway gets a life or death check on their capabilities.
Stardate: 53849.2 Voyager finds trouble when they find a group is impersonating the crew to con planets out of their riches. Voyager must find and bring these people to justice, in order to restore their tainted name, and stop the crew from being chased by those who where conned by the imposters.
Stardate: 53896 Torres and Kim crash the Delta Flyer on to an unknown planet. Whereas Kim was beamed down to the planet just before the crash, Torres stays aboard, and is injured in the crash. When she is found by one of the planet's people, he finds her a great source of material for his career as a playwright and actor. He decides to limit his medical help, as he is able to glean new material from her, in her distressed state. However, will his need to satisfy his benefactor interfere with the Torres' need to get the medical help she needs? Also, will Kim be able to find the crashed Delta Flyer in time to help Torres, and get them both back to Voyager?
Stardate: Unknown A much older Kes returns, and she is in a very angry state. The new, powerful Kes has reappeared to rescue herself from her past on Voyager. This leads to the crew experiencing past experiences. However, can the crew use these new past events to change this new present crisis that is being caused by the returned Kes?
Stardate: Unknown As short communication bursts are established with the Alpha Quadrant, the Doctor finds out his creator, Dr. Zimmerman, is sick and dying. The Doctor is able to get permission for his program to be transmitted back to Earth, to see if he can help. However, the Doctor finds Dr. Zimmerman a difficult, reluctant and insulting patient.
Stardate: Unknown The Borg children awaken from a regeneration to find the ship in a darkened state, and even the holographic Doctor turned off. Neelix tries to comfort them by explaining what is going on. However, is the scary story he conveys really what is happening?
Seven of Nine is led to a place known as Unimatrix Zero; a place where Borg drones are individuals for a short period of time during their regeneration. However, once their regeneration is complete, all recollection of the event is erased. Captain Janeway uses this to form a plan of attack that would create a mutiny from within the Collective.