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Star Trek: Voyager - Season 7 [2000] (7 discs)

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Composer:Jerry Goldsmith
Length:1170 minutes
(19 hours 30 minutes)
MPAA Rating:UR
Sorting Category:Star Trek TV
IMDB Rating:7.2/10
Amazon Rating:4.0/5 stars
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Synopsis: The Voyager crew takes the last leg of their journey home, making friends and enemies at every turn.


Reaction: This season has a few too many two-part episodes that needn't have been that long, but otherwise, it is a passable final season for a good series.


Personal Rating: 7/10


Highlights
"Renaissance Man" and "Endgame"

Select Guest Cast
Alice Krige => The Borg Queen (Endgame)
Amy Lindsay => Lana (Endgame)
Lisa LoCicero => Ensign Miral Paris (Endgame)
Vaughn Armstrong => Korath (Endgame)
Andy Milder => Nar (Renaissance Man)
David Sparrow => Alien / The Doctor (Renaissance Man)
Wayne Thomas Yorke => Zet (Renaissance Man)
Ashley Edner => Yun (Friendship One)
Peter Dennis => Admiral Hendricks (Friendship One)
Beverly Leech => Dayla (Nightingale)
Ron Glass => Loken (Nightingale)
Brian George => Ambassador O'Zaal (Drive)
Cyia Batten => Irina (Drive)
Patrick Kilpatrick => Assan (Drive)
Robert Tyler => Joxom (Drive)
Cody Wetherill => Rebi (Imperfection)
Kurt Wetherill => Azan (Imperfection)
Marley McClean => Mezoti (as Marley S. McClean) (Imperfection)
David Doty => Nuu'Bari Miner (Flesh and Blood)
Paul Eckstein => New Alpha-Hirogen (Flesh and Blood)
Ryan Bollman => Donik (Flesh and Blood)
Spencer Garrett => Weiss (Flesh and Blood)
Vaughn Armstrong => Alpha-Hirogen (Flesh and Blood)
David Keith Anderson => Ensign Ashmore (Workforce: Part 1)
Don Most => Kadan (Workforce: Part 1)
James Read => Jaffen (Workforce: Part 1)
Tom Virtue => Supervisor (Workforce: Part 1)
Derek McGrath => Crewman Chell (Repression)
Jad Mager => Ensign Tabor (Repression)
Keith Szarabajka => Teero (Repression)
F.J. Rio => Joleg (Repentance)
Jeff Kober => Iko (Repentance)
Tim De Zarn => Warden Yediq (as Tim de Zarn) (Repentance)
Frank Corsentino => Gegis (Inside Man)
Marina Sirtis => Counselor Deanna Troi (Inside Man)
Richard Herd => Admiral Owen Paris (Inside Man)
Richard McGonagle => Commander Pete Harkins (Inside Man)
Fritz Sperberg => Ranek (Body and Soul)
Marva Hicks => T'Pel (Body and Soul)
Megan Gallagher => Lt. Jaryn (Body and Soul)
Garrett Wang => Ensign Kymble (Author, Author)
Jeri Ryan => Three of Eight / Two of Three (Author, Author)
Joseph Campanella => Federation Arbitrator (Author, Author)
Kate Mulgrew => Captain Jenkins (Author, Author)
Robert Beltran => Commander Katanay (Author, Author)
Robert Duncan McNeill => Lt. Marseilles (Author, Author)
Robert Ito => John Kim (Author, Author)
Robert Picardo => EMH Mark I (Author, Author)
Roxann Dawson => Lt. Torrey (Author, Author)
Tim Russ => Tulak (Author, Author)
Gregory Itzin => Dr. Dysek (Critical Care)
Jim O'Heir => Alien Husband (Critical Care)
John Franklin => Kipp (Critical Care)
Larry Drake => Chellick (Critical Care)
William Daniels => Hospital Ship 4-2, Allocation Alpha (voice) (Critical Care)
Ivar Brogger => Barus (Natural Law)
Neil Vipond => Kleg, Flying Instructor (as Neil C. Vipond) (Natural Law)
Paul Sandman => Healer (Natural Law)
Jay Harrington => Dr. Ravoc (Workforce: Part 2)
Majel Barrett => Narrator (voice) (Workforce: Part 2)
Robert Joy => Inspector Yerid (Workforce: Part 2)
Jerome Butler => General Korok (Unimatrix Zero: Part 2)
Joanna Heimbold => Laura (Unimatrix Zero: Part 2)
Mark Deakins => Axum (Unimatrix Zero: Part 2)
Ryan Sparks => Alien Boy (Unimatrix Zero: Part 2)
Susanna Thompson => Borg Queen (Unimatrix Zero: Part 2)
John de Lancie => Q (Q2)
Keegan de Lancie => Q2 (Q2)
Jonathan Del Arco => Fantome (The Void)
Michael Shamus Wiles => Captain Bosaal (The Void)
Robin Sachs => General Valen (The Void)
Scott Lawrence => Garon (The Void)
Juan García => John Torres (Lineage)
Nicole Fellows => Elizabeth, B'Elanna Torres' Cousin (Lineage)
Julianne Christie => Dexa (Homestead)
Rob LaBelle => Talaxian Council Regent Oxilon (Homestead)
Martha Hackett => Seska (Shattered)
Martin Rayner => Dr. Chaotica (Shattered)
Nicholas Worth => Lonzak, Chaotica's Adjutant (Shattered)
Tarik Ergin => Satan's Robot (Shattered)
Vanessa Branch => Adult Naomi Wildman (Shattered)
Paul Eckstein => Morak (Prophecy)
Peggy Jo Jacobs => Ch'regha (Prophecy)
Sherman Howard => T'Greth (Prophecy)
Select Cast and Crew
Allan Kroeker => Director
David Livingston => Director
LeVar Burton => Director
Michael Dorn => Director
Michael Vejar => Director
Peter Lauritson => Director
Robert Duncan McNeill => Director / Tom Paris
Roxann Dawson => Director / B'Elanna Torres
Terry Windell => Director
Winrich Kolbe => Director
André Bormanis => Writer
Brannon Braga => Writer
Bryan Fuller => Writer
Carleton Eastlake => Writer
Eric Morris => Writer
James Kahn => Writer
Joe Menosky => Writer
Kenneth Biller => Writer
Mark Haskell Smith => Writer
Michael Taylor => Writer
Mike Sussman => Writer
Phyllis Strong => Writer
Raf Green => Writer
Robert Doherty => Writer
Jerry Goldsmith => Composer
Gene Roddenberry => Creator, Original Series
Alexander Enberg => Ensign Vorik
Dwight Schultz => Lt. Reginald 'Reg' Barclay III
Ethan Phillips => Neelix
Garrett Wang => Harry Kim
Jeri Ryan => Seven of Nine
Josh Clark => Lieutenant Joe Carey
Kate Mulgrew => Captain Kathryn Janeway
Majel Barrett => Voyager Computer
Manu Intiraymi => Icheb
Robert Beltran => Chakotay
Robert Picardo => The Doctor
Scarlett Pomers => Naomi Wildman
Tarik Ergin => Lieutenant Ayala
Tim Russ => Tuvok

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • In the episode {Unimatrix Zero} we see the Borg Queen holding the head of a Borg drone she is examining. The head is actually a model of Brent Spiner's head. It was first used in an episode of [Star Trek: The Next Generation] to represent Data's disembodied head in the episode {Time's Arrow}.
  • Guest star Robert Tyler who plays Joxom on the episode {Drive} was, at the time (1996-2002), married to Jessica Collins who played Linnis Paris in the season 3 episode {Before and After}.
  • In the episode {Q Two}, Q and his son Q2, are played by a real father-and-son team, John de Lancie and Keegan de Lancie.
  • In the episode {Inside Man}, the holographic doctor wishes to play a round of golf with the Barclay hologram. One course he suggested was the "back nine on Geidi Prime." This is a reference to Dune.
  • The [first] and final episodes have the same last line, "Set a course, for home," said by Captain Janeway.