Workforce, Part II
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Episode:  163     Airdate:  February 28, 2001
Human Error
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Episode:  164     Airdate:  March 7, 2001
Q2
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Episode:  165     Airdate:  April 11, 2001
Author, Author
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Episode:  166     Airdate:  April 18, 2001

Catalog Number 05091-5
Running Time 181 minutes
Issued December 21, 2004
Languages / Channels English 5.1
English 2.0
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Workforce, Part II
Directed by Roxann Dawson
Teleplay by Kenneth Biller & Michael Taylor
Story by Kenneth Biller & Bryan Fuller
Executive Producers Rick Berman, Brannon Braga &
Kenneth Biller
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Dawson
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Jeri Ryan
Garrett Wang
Stardate 54622.4
With the majority of the USS Voyager crew brainwashed into leading the lives of industrial workers for a race called the Quarren, Chakotay (Robert Beltran), Harry Kim (Garrett Wang), Neelix (Ethan Phillips) and The Doctor (Robert Picardo) find themselves vastly outnumbered in their quest to restore the crew to normal and return them to the ship. However, Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) and the rest of the crew have moved on with their lives as Quarren forces close in on Chakotay on the planet's surface and on Voyager in orbit.

Human Error
Directed by Allan Kroeker
Teleplay by Brannon Braga & Andre Bormanis
Story by Andre Bormanis & Kenneth Biller
Executive Producers Rick Berman, Brannon Braga &
Kenneth Biller
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Dawson
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Jeri Ryan
Garrett Wang
Stardate Unknown
As the USS Voyager enters a hazardous region of space being used as a weapons-testing range by unknown parties, the ship must count on Seven of Nine's (Jeri Ryan) long-range scans to steer it out of danger. Seven of Nine, however, is becoming more and more distracted with a personal experiment, one that could change how she deals with her crewmates forever.

Q2
Directed by LeVar Burton
Teleplay by Robert Doherty
Story by Kenneth Biller
Executive Producers Rick Berman, Brannon Braga &
Kenneth Biller
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Dawson
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Jeri Ryan
Garrett Wang
Stardate Unknown
It's not easy being a parent, even for a Q (John de Lancie). Because Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) and the crew of USS Voyager were so instrumental in Q's quest to have a child, he decides to make "Aunt Kathy" teach his son some responsible virtues. Although appearing to be fully grown, the younger Q proves harder to handle than his irascible father, and with his omnipotent powers, disciplining the youngster proves not only impossible, but exceptionally dangerous as well.

Author, Author
Directed by David Livingston
Teleplay by Phyllis Strong & Mike Sussman
Story by Brannon Braga
Executive Producers Rick Berman, Brannon Braga &
Kenneth Biller
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Dawson
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Jeri Ryan
Garrett Wang
Stardate 54732.3
As USS Voyager gets closer and closer to the Alpha Quadrant, a new means of direct yet brief communication with Starfleet is established, allowing the crew a few minutes each to communicate with family and friends. The Doctor (Robert Picardo) may not have any family or friends on Earth, but he does have a holo-novel to pitch to publishers the story of a ship stranded on the other side of the galaxy with a strangely familiar crew; a crew that barely tolerates their holographic doctor who lives in virtual slavery...


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