During her maiden voyage, the newly built scientific starship USS Voyager is sent on a mission in the Badlands to track down a Maquis vessel, but when things go wrong, the ship is transported 70,000 light years away to the Delta Quadrant by a powerful entity known as the Caretaker.
As the newly rescued members of the destroyed Maquis ship slowly begin to integrate themselves into the Starfleet crew, Voyager is trapped in the event horizon a quantum singularity and both crews are forced to work together.
Time and Again
Voyager investigates the destruction of a planet after having been hit by the shockwave from the explosion. While on the planet, Captain Janeway and Tom Paris find themselves sent one day into the past, shortly before the cataclysmic disaster.
While on an away mission in search of dilithium, Neelix is attacked and has his lungs removed by a race of aliens known as the Vidiians, who suffer from a deadly phage and must harvest organs to survive. As The Doctor tries to save Neelix’s life, Voyager must track down the Vidiians and recover Neelix’s lungs.
During a search for omicron particles to recharge Voyager’s nearly depleted energy supplies, the crew enters what they believe to be a nebula, but instead, ends up injuring a space-faring life form.
Eye of the Needle
The crew of Voyager manages to communicate with a Romulan scientist after discovering a wormhole that leads back to the Alpha Quadrant. However, hope fades when they discover that the wormhole has unique properties that make it impractical to use as a return path home.
Ex Post Facto
As Harry Kim and Tom Paris visit the Banean homeworld, Tom is accused of murdering an engineering physicist. As part of this world’s unique system of punishment, Paris is forced to re-live the crime every 14 hours.
While Chakotay, Torres, and Kim are investigating an asteroid belt, Ensign Kim is pulled into a subspace vacuole and switched with a dead body. As the crew of Voyager revives the deceased alien, they learn that the asteroid belt is actually a graveyard and part of this culture’s beliefs about the afterlife.
During shore leave on the the planet Sikaris, the crew of Voyager discovers that the inhabitants possess a technology capable of sending Voyager 40,000 light years closer to home. Sadly, the Sikarans have a similar law to Starfleet’s Prime Directive that prohibits them from sharing their technology.
State of Flux
When the crew of Voyager discovers that the Kazon have managed to obtain Federation technology, Captain Janeway launches an investigation to find out which crew member has been sharing Voyager’s technology with them.
Heroes and Demons
After several crew members disappear in the holodeck while using Harry Kim’s Beowulf program, Captain Janeway sends the holographic Doctor on a search-and-rescue mission inside the holodeck.
When a shuttle accident leaves both Commander Chakotay and Lieutenant Tuvok injured, the crew investigates the reasons behind the accident and find that a non-corporeal life form has infiltrated Voyager and begun to reconfigure the ship’s systems.
The chief surgeon of the disease-ridden race known as the Vidiians capture Tom Paris, B’Elanna Torres, and Lieutenant Peter Durst while the officers are on an away mission. B’Elanna is taken to a lab and divided into two seperate people: a human and a Klingon.
Doctor Ma’Bor Jetrel, the scientist who designed the weapon known as the Metreon Cascade that killed over 300,000 Talaxians on the moon Rinax, contacts Voyager explaining that Neelix may be suffering from a fatal illness.
After Lieutenant Tuvok discovers that a Maquis crew member has been replacing a malfunctioning bio-neural gel pack without following the proper chain of command, he decides to give a crash course in Starfleet discipline to some rebellious Maquis crew members.