Thursday, April 1, 2010

Top Ten (10) Favorite "STAR TREK VOYAGER" Episodes

Below is a list of my ten (10) favorite episodes from the television series, "STAR TREK VOYAGER" (1995-2001):


1. (5.12) "Bride of Chaotica" - Tom Paris' latest holodeck adventure, "The Adventures of Captain Proton", takes an unexpected turn when Voyager encounters an area in space that is home to photonic extra-dimensional aliens. My favorite TREK episode of all time.

2. (3.16) “Blood Fever” - After deciding that B'Elanna Torres would be the perfect mate, Ensign Vorik passes on his case of Pon Farr to her, which leads to problems during an Away mission.

3. (4.07) “Scientific Method” - A group of cloaked or hidden aliens performing scientific experiments on the Voyager crew, which have an effect upon various crewmembers.

4. (5.06) “Timeless” - Fifteen years in the future, Chakotay and Harry Kim attempt to prevent the Voyager from crash-landing on an ice planet. This marked the series' 100th episode and was directed by "STAR TREK NEXT GENERATION" regular, LeVar Burton.

5. (3.24) “Displaced” - Voyager crew members are replaced one-by-one with aliens from an unknown race.

6. (7.11) “Shattered” - Voyager is fractured into several time periods by an accident, and only Chakotay is able to move between them, in the process meeting old friends and old foes from the previous six seasons.

7. (5.22) “Someone to Watch Over Me” - After being chided for intruding upon Paris and Torres' privacy by closely observing their relationship, Seven-of-Nine decides to explore dating with some help from the Doctor.

8. (2.21) “Deadlock” - A duplicate Voyager is created after the ship passes through a spatial scission, while being pursued by the Vidiians.

9. (7.03) "Drive" - The crew of Voyager enter the Delta Flyer in a sub-warp race, crewed by Paris and Torres, and events conspire to encourage Tom to propose to her.

10. (1.11) “State of Flux” - Chakotay, Tuvok and Janeway discover that one of Voyager's crewmembers has been aiding the Kazon against the ship.

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