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Star Trek: Voyager 7 Seasons 1996

Season 2
4.4 out of 5 stars (67) IMDb 7.3/10

STAR TREK: VOYAGER takes place in the 24th century and chronicles the adventures of the Starship U.S.S. Voyager which is stranded in a distant part of the galaxy -- the Delta Quadrant. The crew, under the command of Captain Kathryn Janeway, must find its way back to Federation space while facing the perils of an unknown region.

Starring:
Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran

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1. The 37's

The crew explores a remote planet inhabited by humans who were abducted by aliens in 1937

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1995 46 minutes
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2. Initiations

Chakotay faces an unlikely enemy: a Kazon boy who hopes to achieve warrior status by killing him.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1995 46 minutes
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3. Projections

The ship's holographic doctor experiences a world where illusion and reality collide.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1995 45 minutes
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4. Elogium

The ship is surrounded by creatures whose presence accelerates Kes' reproductive process and threatens Voyager's key operating systems.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1995 46 minutes
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5. Non Sequitur

Ensign Harry Kim awakens on Earth, where he's shocked to learn there's no record of his assignment on Voyager.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1995 45 minutes
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6. Twisted

A powerful anomaly leaves the crew lost on their own ship.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1995 46 minutes
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7. Parturition

Neelix and Paris must put aside their romantic rivalry over Kes after they crash-land on a toxic planet.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1995 46 minutes
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8. Persistence Of Vision

A mysterious force puts the crew in a delusional state that causes their most deeply buried thoughts and desires to surface.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1995 46 minutes
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9. Tattoo

Chakotay is stranded on a planet inhabited by natives with ties to his ancestors.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1995 46 minutes
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10. Cold Fire

Kes makes contact with Ocampa spacefarers and the female Caretaker, who may have the power to send the crew home.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1995 46 minutes
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11. Maneuvers

The theft of a transporter module by Kazon forces thrusts Chakotay into an explosive confrontation with his traitorous former lover Seska.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1995 45 minutes
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12. Resistance

Janeway must escape from a city under siege by the Mokra, a brutal regime determined to crush the growing resistance movement against it.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 1995 46 minutes
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13. Prototype

After Torres reactivates a humanoid robot, she's drawn into a war between robotic enemies.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 15 January 1996 45 minutes
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14. Alliances

Hoping to strengthen Voyager's strategic position in the quadrant, Janeway reluctantly seeks an alliance with the Kazon.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 22 January 1996 45 minutes
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15. Threshold

Paris makes history by becoming the first person to cross the transwarp threshold, but could pay for the achievement with his life.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 29 January 1996 46 minutes
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16. Meld

Unable to come up with a logical motive for a shipboard murder, Tuvok performs a mind-meld with the perpetrator that brings out Tuvok's "killer instinct".

AGES-12-AND-OVER 5 February 1996 46 minutes
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17. Dreadnought

Torres races against time to stop a deadly self-guided missile on a collision course with disaster.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 12 February 1996 46 minutes
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18. Death Wish

A rebel Q escapes from incarceration and demands asylum on Voyager so he can commit suicide.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 19 February 1996 46 minutes
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19. Lifesigns

The Doctor falls in love with a Vidiian woman stricken by the deadly Phage.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 26 February 1996 46 minutes
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20. Investigations

Neelix helps smoke out the crewmember who has been passing Federation secrets to the Kazon.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 13 March 1996 46 minutes
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21. Deadlock

A space anomaly generates a duplicate Voyager and crew, but only one ship can survive an assault by Vidiian invaders.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 18 March 1996 46 minutes
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22. Innocence

After crash-landing on a moon, Tuvok encounters three terrified children who claim they've been brought there to die.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 8 April 1996 46 minutes
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23. The Thaw

Thanks to a complex sensory system controlled by a computer, Kim and others are literally held hostage by fear.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 29 April 1996 46 minutes
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24. Tuvix

A bizarre occurrence during transport causes Tuvok and Neelix to fuse into one alien humanoid known as Tuvix.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 6 May 1996 45 minutes
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25. Resolutions

After contracting a deadly virus, Janeway and Chakotay are forced into exile on a planet that shields them from the effects of the fatal disease.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 13 May 1996 46 minutes
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26. Basics Part 1

Using Chakotay's son as a pawn, Seska lures Voyager into an explosive showdown with the Kazon.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 20 May 1996 46 minutes
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After the dissapointingly short first season, the second was a dramatic improvement and stands out as better than either TNG's or DS9's second seasons.
Strong sci-fi concepts abound in this season, with an excellent opener 'The 37s' which is centered around alien abductions! Other stand out episodes include 'Deathwish', Voyager's first and best Q show, in which the immortality of the Q is shown to be not so brilliant, 'Lifesigns', a touching Doctor show, 'Cold Fire', a big Kes show which reveals the Ocampa are not so small and innocent, 'Tuvix' a comic and touching episode which deals with the blending of Tuvok and Neelix into perhaps a better single being and 'Resolutions' in which Janeway and Chakotay almost become more than friends.
'Basics' is a stunning finale and gets down to thebasics (no pun intended) of sci-fi, leaving you in considerable suspense for the third season.
My only gripes with this season are the boring villians, the Kazon(surely the Vidiians, superior villians which are underused, couldhave been expanded on) and klunker episode 'Threshold' which shows an evolved Paris and Janeway as sort of lizards! Surely a more realistic effect, never mind a concept could have been used.
This season exceeded expectations after the slow first season and showed Voyager's potential. Not the show's best season, but brilliant none-the-less. A must have for sci-fi fans!
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Considering it is virtually impossible to get hold of these boxsets now (unless you want to buy them second hand) this collection itself does not dissapoint at all.

Containing all the fantastic episodes from Voyager Season 2, which seem to go from strength to strength, cardboard sleeve and inside booklet - this is a must have for any Star Trek Voyager fan.
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Season 2 of Star Trek Voyager is a definite improvement over the first season. It turned out to be a really strong season (I really wanted to give it five stars but couldn't because of 1 absolutely dreadful episode.) Season 2 has some of the best episodes in the entire series, and a viewer can tell that the Producers know where they were going.

There are several brilliant sub-plots in season 2 that go throughout several stories. There is a mini plot regarding Neelix's jealousy, and another revolving around Tom Paris's unusual behavior. A great sub-plot was the traitor on board Voyager which keeps the audience interested as to how that theme would unfold. All these plots come to a head in certain episodes. What I always loved about Voyager was the character development and that factor carries on in style in season 2, it's really engaging getting to know more about their personalities and interactions between each other.

My favourite episodes in season 2 are: "Projections" (where the Doctor feels he is going mad), "Persistence of Vision" (in which the crew experience hallucinations), "Cold Fire" (where Kes learns new dangerous powers), "Prototype" (a unique story where Torres helps robots who have a sinister hidden agenda), "Alliances" (in which Janeway wishes to negotiate with the Kazon secs), "Meld" (where Tuvok's darker side is released), "Lifesigns" (where the Doctor experiences love), "Investigations" (where Neelix becomes an investigator and tries to expose the traitor) , "Deadlock" (where the crew are duplicated) and "The Thaw" (where a malevolent clown rules a nightmare world, reminded me of TOS a lot.) I also found some episodes in season 2 scary and powerful, some were really great stories.

This is an excellent season overall.
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By Andrew Kerr TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 Jan. 2009
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The crew of the Federation star ship USS Voyager, commanded by Captain Janeway, continue their journey home after finding themselves stranded in the delta quadrant (see season one.)

This is the second season (out of seven) of Star Trek Voyager and contains all twenty six episodes.

The first episode "The 37's" was a brilliant opening to the series, and standards throughout the season remained high (with one exception), finishing with the stunning cliff hanging "Basics"

Highlights include the appearance of "Q", the holographic doctor believing he is a 'real' person, Captain Janeway and Commander Chakotay being stranded on a planet (all alone together) and the brilliant "Deadlock" episode.

One episode I do have to mention is "Threshold" not because it was good, but because it was bad. A definite lemon in the series and one of the most ridiculous episodes of the entire Star Trek saga. It even received sour reviews from more hardcore trekkies.

But that episode aside, the series was pretty good and genuinely entertaining. The character development continues (Kate Mulgrew really was a good casting choice). And the Tom Paris (apparently leaving the ship) sub-plot later into the series was brilliant.

Star Trek Voyager was still finding itself, and yes there are still several elements and story lines that are borrowed from the other Star Trek shows, or that have simply been done before, but it was a taste of things to come, and knowing how successful Voyager would become in later seasons that makes you appreciate it's younger days.

Personally I would stay that this second season was an improvement on the first, still not as good or as enjoyable as later seasons (viewing figures must have doubled with the addition of Jeri Ryan in the forth season), but overall still a welcome addition to Star Trek.
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