Deadlock
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Episode:  37     Airdate:  March 18, 1996
Innocence
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Episode:  38     Airdate:  April 8, 1996
The Thaw
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Episode:  39     Airdate:  April 29, 1996
Tuvix
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Episode:  40     Airdate:  May 6, 1996

Catalog Number 05078-6
Running Time 181 minutes
Issued May 18, 2004
Languages / Channels English 5.1
English 2.0
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Deadlock
Directed by David Livingston
Written by Brannon Braga
Executive Producers Rick Berman, Michael Piller & Jeri Taylor
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Biggs-Dawson
Jennifer Lein
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Garrett Wang
Stardate 49548.7
The Delta Quadrant isn't big enough for both of them! Passage into a spatial rift causes the sudden creation of an identical Voyager and crew. But while matter has been duplicated, antimatter - the power source for both ships - has not. One of the vessels must self-destruct so the other can survive. But which one? Neither crew has much time to weigh its options. The antimatter is draining so rapidly that both ships are threatened with total inoperability. What's more, Vidiian body snatchers intent on harvesting the organs of crew members have launched an attack. Capt. Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) has perhaps never before faced so fateful a decision. Good thing there are two of her to make it!

Innocence
Directed by James L. Conway
Teleplay by Lisa Klink
Story by Anthony Williams
Executive Producers Rick Berman, Michael Piller & Jeri Taylor
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Biggs-Dawson
Jennifer Lein
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Garrett Wang
Stardate 49578.2
Sit still! No running in the shuttle! And put down that phaser! Looking after three rambunctious children can test the patience and temperament of anyone, even when that someone is the always centered, always logical Tuvok (Tim Russ). Tuvok encounters the parentless youngsters after his shuttle crash-lands on a Drayan moon. The children say they are stranded and that a terrible night creature intends to kill them. Tuvok takes the three into his care, tries to dispel their fears, even sings a Vulcan lullaby during a restless evening. But as darkness turns to day, unexpected events deepen the mystery surrounding the children - a mystery that lies at the heart of the entire Drayan culture.

The Thaw
Directed by Marvin V. Rush
Teleplay by Joe Menosky
Story by Richard Gadas
Executive Producers Rick Berman, Michael Piller & Jeri Taylor
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Biggs-Dawson
Jennifer Lein
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Garrett Wang
Stardate Unknown
Hibernating survivors of the environmentally ravaged Kohl settlement remain in deep stasis four years beyond their wake-up date. They'll sleep 104 years more if the software overseeing the Kohls' dream life has its way. The program has turned rogue, taking the form of a cackling, malevolent Clown (Michael McKean) who knows that if the sleepers are allowed to return to normal consciousness he will "die". A sly combat of move and countermove unfolds when Chief Engineer Torres (Roxann Biggs-Dawson) and Ensign Kim (Garrett Wang) confront the Clown inside a bizarre dreamscape where the human mind is both a playground and a battleground. Is it real? Is it illusion? The distinction matters little when every moment is a fight for survival.

Tuvix
Directed by Cliff Bole
Teleplay by Kenneth Biller
Story by Andrew Price and Mark Gaberman
Executive Producers Rick Berman, Michael Piller & Jeri Taylor
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Biggs-Dawson
Jennifer Lein
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Garrett Wang
Stardate 49655.2
What do you get when you cross a Tuvok (Tim Russ) with a Neelix (Ethan Phillips)? You get Tuvix, a new crew member created when a transporter mishap fuses the two Voyager veterans into one entity. Tuvix, whose traits include the logic of Tuvok and the warmth and gabbiness of Neelix, proves himself an able member of the team. He's a valued advisor, a skilled technician, a trusted friend, and a deft hand in the gallery. But a cloud looms over his days. Doctor (Robert Picardo), the ship's Emergency Medical Hologram, has found a way to return Tuvix to his two original components - Tuvok and Neelix. But there's a significant problem: Tuvix does not want to die.

This episode was originally titled Symbiogenesis and some places still list it as such. Tuvix is the title displayed during the episode opening.


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