The Omega Directive
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Episode:  89     Airdate:  April 15, 1998
Unforgettable
©1998 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  90     Airdate:  April 22, 1998
Living Witness
©1998 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  91     Airdate:  April 29, 1998
Demon
©1998 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  92     Airdate:  May 6, 1998

Catalog Number 05080-6
Running Time 181 minutes
Issued September 28, 2004
Languages / Channels English 5.1
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The Omega Directive
Directed by Victor Lobl
Teleplay by Lisa Klink
Story by Jimmy Diggs & Steve J. Kay
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Jeri Taylor
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Dawson
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Jeri Ryan
Garrett Wang
Stardate 51781.2
The crew is mystified when Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) begins an important, though highly secretive, operation in response to a strange subspace disturbance. Chakotay (Robert Beltran) finally compels her to tell the crew so that they may help. Janeway explains that the U.S.S. Voyager has detected a dangerous, unstable substance called the Omega. The molecule has the power to destroy space and Starfleet's highly classified operating order is to destroy the Omega whenever it is encountered. Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) speaks out to say that the Borg believe the Omega can be captured and neutralized for study, which puts her in conflict with Janeway's Starfleet mission.

Unforgettable
Directed by Andrew J. Robinson
Written by Greg Elliot & Michael Perricone
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Jeri Taylor
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Dawson
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Jeri Ryan
Garrett Wang
Stardate 51813.4
The U.S.S. Voyager encounters an alien vessel fleeing attack whose sole inhabitant is a female alien asking for Chakotay (Robert Beltran) to help rescue her. The startled Chakotay leads an away mission to the damaged ship to help the alien, Kellin (Virginia Madsen), who claims that she and Chakotay met before. Back on board the U.S.S. Voyager, Kellin claims to have been on the ship not very long ago and she fell in love with Chakotay. Now fleeing her home planet's repressive government, she seeks asylum aboard the starship. Chakotay, though drawn to her, doesn't know whether to believe her or not.

Living Witness
Directed by Tim Russ
Teleplay by Bryan Fuller
Story by Brannon Braga
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Jeri Taylor
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Dawson
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Jeri Ryan
Garrett Wang
Stardate Unknown
A curious holographic tableau is on display in a Kyrian Museum and the curator, Quarren (Henry Woronicz), explains to visitors how the intervention of the U.S.S. Voyager spacecraft started an apocalyptic war on a planet inhabited by two species: the Kyrians and the Vaskans. Ethnic rivalries between the two races are still uneasy, seven hundred years after the U.S.S. Voyager has come and gone, and some Vaskan visitors are appalled by the Kyrians reconstruction of history based on a few recovered artifacts. But more damaging information is on the way, when Quarren activates a newly discovered device containing active data. This turns out to be the holograph program The Doctor (Robert Picardo), who soon finds himself on trial for war crimes attributed to the U.S.S. Voyager and its crew over seven centuries ago.

Demon
Directed by Anson Williams
Teleplay by Kenneth Biller
Story by Andre Bormanis
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Jeri Taylor
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Dawson
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Jeri Ryan
Garrett Wang
Stardate Unknown
With fuel dwindling to nothing, the U.S.S. Voyager lands on a "demon" planet - so-called because its environment is toxic to human life - to collect from its vast deuterium lode. Both Tom Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill) and Harry Kim (Garrett Wang) are suited up in protective gear and sent out to collect the precious deuterium, but return without their protective suits. Instead, it is now the U.S.S. Voyager's environment that is poisonous to them.


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