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Star Trek Voyager: Season 6 (1999-2000)

Cast: Kate Mulgrew, Kate Mulgrew, Robert Beltran, more...
Director: David Livingston, David Livingston
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Paramount
Genre: Television, Science Fiction , Sci-Fi TV, Sci-Fi TV
Languages: English
Subtitles: English
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Star Trek Voyager: The Complete Sixth Season [7 Discs] (1999)


Star Trek: Voyager - Season 6 (Disc 1 of 7) (2000)
The opening episode of Star Trek: Voyager's sixth season neatly resolves the cliffhanger set up at the end of season five -- and once the crew of the Voyager has rescued the ship's technology from the wrong hands, they resume their efforts to return to Starfleet Command in the Alpha Quadrant. This season's highlights include an episode in which the crew rescues a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship, trapped in a huge energy ball; a startling revelation regarding the Borg Collective past of crew member Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan); the introduction of a new recurring character, the adolescent Naomi Wildman (played by future Reba co-star Scarlett Pomers); and a guest appearance by the pro wrestler known as The Rock. The episode "Pathfinder" represents the first of several series appearances by former Star Trek: The Next Generation semi-regular Dwight Schultz in his familiar role as "Reg" Barclay, here establishing a communication link between Voyager and the Alpha Quadrant -- but only for 11 minutes at a time. Seven of Nine learns awful truth about her Borg past. The crew rescue a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship trapped in a huge energy ball in "One Small Step." "Collective" introduces four new recurring characters, the partially assimilated Borg children Icheb (Manu Intiraymi), Mezoti (Marley S. McClean), Azan (Kurt Wetherill), and Rebi (Cody Wetherill), with whom Seven of Nine forms a sympathetic bond. And in "Fury," former regular Jennifer Lien makes a return appearance as the Ocampan Kes. The season's traditional cliffhanger finale is sparked by a dream experienced by Seven of Nine in which all Borg Drones are allowed to regain their individuality -- a contingency that the Borg Queen (Susanna Thompson) intends to prevent at any cost, including the total destruction of the Voyager. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Star Trek: Voyager - Season 6 (Disc 2 of 7) (2000)
The opening episode of Star Trek: Voyager's sixth season neatly resolves the cliffhanger set up at the end of season five -- and once the crew of the Voyager has rescued the ship's technology from the wrong hands, they resume their efforts to return to Starfleet Command in the Alpha Quadrant. This season's highlights include an episode in which the crew rescues a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship, trapped in a huge energy ball; a startling revelation regarding the Borg Collective past of crew member Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan); the introduction of a new recurring character, the adolescent Naomi Wildman (played by future Reba co-star Scarlett Pomers); and a guest appearance by the pro wrestler known as The Rock. The episode "Pathfinder" represents the first of several series appearances by former Star Trek: The Next Generation semi-regular Dwight Schultz in his familiar role as "Reg" Barclay, here establishing a communication link between Voyager and the Alpha Quadrant -- but only for 11 minutes at a time. Seven of Nine learns awful truth about her Borg past. The crew rescue a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship trapped in a huge energy ball in "One Small Step." "Collective" introduces four new recurring characters, the partially assimilated Borg children Icheb (Manu Intiraymi), Mezoti (Marley S. McClean), Azan (Kurt Wetherill), and Rebi (Cody Wetherill), with whom Seven of Nine forms a sympathetic bond. And in "Fury," former regular Jennifer Lien makes a return appearance as the Ocampan Kes. The season's traditional cliffhanger finale is sparked by a dream experienced by Seven of Nine in which all Borg Drones are allowed to regain their individuality -- a contingency that the Borg Queen (Susanna Thompson) intends to prevent at any cost, including the total destruction of the Voyager. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Star Trek: Voyager - Season 6 (Disc 3 of 7) (2000)
The opening episode of Star Trek: Voyager's sixth season neatly resolves the cliffhanger set up at the end of season five -- and once the crew of the Voyager has rescued the ship's technology from the wrong hands, they resume their efforts to return to Starfleet Command in the Alpha Quadrant. This season's highlights include an episode in which the crew rescues a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship, trapped in a huge energy ball; a startling revelation regarding the Borg Collective past of crew member Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan); the introduction of a new recurring character, the adolescent Naomi Wildman (played by future Reba co-star Scarlett Pomers); and a guest appearance by the pro wrestler known as The Rock. The episode "Pathfinder" represents the first of several series appearances by former Star Trek: The Next Generation semi-regular Dwight Schultz in his familiar role as "Reg" Barclay, here establishing a communication link between Voyager and the Alpha Quadrant -- but only for 11 minutes at a time. Seven of Nine learns awful truth about her Borg past. The crew rescue a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship trapped in a huge energy ball in "One Small Step." "Collective" introduces four new recurring characters, the partially assimilated Borg children Icheb (Manu Intiraymi), Mezoti (Marley S. McClean), Azan (Kurt Wetherill), and Rebi (Cody Wetherill), with whom Seven of Nine forms a sympathetic bond. And in "Fury," former regular Jennifer Lien makes a return appearance as the Ocampan Kes. The season's traditional cliffhanger finale is sparked by a dream experienced by Seven of Nine in which all Borg Drones are allowed to regain their individuality -- a contingency that the Borg Queen (Susanna Thompson) intends to prevent at any cost, including the total destruction of the Voyager. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Star Trek: Voyager - Season 6 (Disc 4 of 7) (2000)
The opening episode of Star Trek: Voyager's sixth season neatly resolves the cliffhanger set up at the end of season five -- and once the crew of the Voyager has rescued the ship's technology from the wrong hands, they resume their efforts to return to Starfleet Command in the Alpha Quadrant. This season's highlights include an episode in which the crew rescues a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship, trapped in a huge energy ball; a startling revelation regarding the Borg Collective past of crew member Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan); the introduction of a new recurring character, the adolescent Naomi Wildman (played by future Reba co-star Scarlett Pomers); and a guest appearance by the pro wrestler known as The Rock. The episode "Pathfinder" represents the first of several series appearances by former Star Trek: The Next Generation semi-regular Dwight Schultz in his familiar role as "Reg" Barclay, here establishing a communication link between Voyager and the Alpha Quadrant -- but only for 11 minutes at a time. Seven of Nine learns awful truth about her Borg past. The crew rescue a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship trapped in a huge energy ball in "One Small Step." "Collective" introduces four new recurring characters, the partially assimilated Borg children Icheb (Manu Intiraymi), Mezoti (Marley S. McClean), Azan (Kurt Wetherill), and Rebi (Cody Wetherill), with whom Seven of Nine forms a sympathetic bond. And in "Fury," former regular Jennifer Lien makes a return appearance as the Ocampan Kes. The season's traditional cliffhanger finale is sparked by a dream experienced by Seven of Nine in which all Borg Drones are allowed to regain their individuality -- a contingency that the Borg Queen (Susanna Thompson) intends to prevent at any cost, including the total destruction of the Voyager. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Star Trek: Voyager - Season 6 (Disc 5 of 7) (2000)
The opening episode of Star Trek: Voyager's sixth season neatly resolves the cliffhanger set up at the end of season five -- and once the crew of the Voyager has rescued the ship's technology from the wrong hands, they resume their efforts to return to Starfleet Command in the Alpha Quadrant. This season's highlights include an episode in which the crew rescues a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship, trapped in a huge energy ball; a startling revelation regarding the Borg Collective past of crew member Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan); the introduction of a new recurring character, the adolescent Naomi Wildman (played by future Reba co-star Scarlett Pomers); and a guest appearance by the pro wrestler known as The Rock. The episode "Pathfinder" represents the first of several series appearances by former Star Trek: The Next Generation semi-regular Dwight Schultz in his familiar role as "Reg" Barclay, here establishing a communication link between Voyager and the Alpha Quadrant -- but only for 11 minutes at a time. Seven of Nine learns awful truth about her Borg past. The crew rescue a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship trapped in a huge energy ball in "One Small Step." "Collective" introduces four new recurring characters, the partially assimilated Borg children Icheb (Manu Intiraymi), Mezoti (Marley S. McClean), Azan (Kurt Wetherill), and Rebi (Cody Wetherill), with whom Seven of Nine forms a sympathetic bond. And in "Fury," former regular Jennifer Lien makes a return appearance as the Ocampan Kes. The season's traditional cliffhanger finale is sparked by a dream experienced by Seven of Nine in which all Borg Drones are allowed to regain their individuality -- a contingency that the Borg Queen (Susanna Thompson) intends to prevent at any cost, including the total destruction of the Voyager. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Star Trek: Voyager - Season 6 (Disc 6 of 7) (2000)
The opening episode of Star Trek: Voyager's sixth season neatly resolves the cliffhanger set up at the end of season five -- and once the crew of the Voyager has rescued the ship's technology from the wrong hands, they resume their efforts to return to Starfleet Command in the Alpha Quadrant. This season's highlights include an episode in which the crew rescues a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship, trapped in a huge energy ball; a startling revelation regarding the Borg Collective past of crew member Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan); the introduction of a new recurring character, the adolescent Naomi Wildman (played by future Reba co-star Scarlett Pomers); and a guest appearance by the pro wrestler known as The Rock. The episode "Pathfinder" represents the first of several series appearances by former Star Trek: The Next Generation semi-regular Dwight Schultz in his familiar role as "Reg" Barclay, here establishing a communication link between Voyager and the Alpha Quadrant -- but only for 11 minutes at a time. Seven of Nine learns awful truth about her Borg past. The crew rescue a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship trapped in a huge energy ball in "One Small Step." "Collective" introduces four new recurring characters, the partially assimilated Borg children Icheb (Manu Intiraymi), Mezoti (Marley S. McClean), Azan (Kurt Wetherill), and Rebi (Cody Wetherill), with whom Seven of Nine forms a sympathetic bond. And in "Fury," former regular Jennifer Lien makes a return appearance as the Ocampan Kes. The season's traditional cliffhanger finale is sparked by a dream experienced by Seven of Nine in which all Borg Drones are allowed to regain their individuality -- a contingency that the Borg Queen (Susanna Thompson) intends to prevent at any cost, including the total destruction of the Voyager. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Star Trek: Voyager - Season 6 (Disc 7 of 7) (2000)
The opening episode of Star Trek: Voyager's sixth season neatly resolves the cliffhanger set up at the end of season five -- and once the crew of the Voyager has rescued the ship's technology from the wrong hands, they resume their efforts to return to Starfleet Command in the Alpha Quadrant. This season's highlights include an episode in which the crew rescues a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship, trapped in a huge energy ball; a startling revelation regarding the Borg Collective past of crew member Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan); the introduction of a new recurring character, the adolescent Naomi Wildman (played by future Reba co-star Scarlett Pomers); and a guest appearance by the pro wrestler known as The Rock. The episode "Pathfinder" represents the first of several series appearances by former Star Trek: The Next Generation semi-regular Dwight Schultz in his familiar role as "Reg" Barclay, here establishing a communication link between Voyager and the Alpha Quadrant -- but only for 11 minutes at a time. Seven of Nine learns awful truth about her Borg past. The crew rescue a 300-year-old U.S. spaceship trapped in a huge energy ball in "One Small Step." "Collective" introduces four new recurring characters, the partially assimilated Borg children Icheb (Manu Intiraymi), Mezoti (Marley S. McClean), Azan (Kurt Wetherill), and Rebi (Cody Wetherill), with whom Seven of Nine forms a sympathetic bond. And in "Fury," former regular Jennifer Lien makes a return appearance as the Ocampan Kes. The season's traditional cliffhanger finale is sparked by a dream experienced by Seven of Nine in which all Borg Drones are allowed to regain their individuality -- a contingency that the Borg Queen (Susanna Thompson) intends to prevent at any cost, including the total destruction of the Voyager. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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Star Trek Voyager: The Complete Sixth Season [7 Discs] (1999)
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