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Star Trek Voyager - Season Three

Star Trek Voyager - Season Three

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Director: Alexander Singer, Allan Kroeker, Andrew Robinson, Anson Williams

Cast: Alexander Singer, Allan Kroeker, Andrew Robinson, Anson Williams

Experience all 26 episodes of the hit Star Trek successor in this feature-packed release from Paramount Pictures. Episodes are presented in 1.33:1 full-frame and accompanied by audio rendered in closed-captioned Dolby Digital 5.1. Bonus materials include the featurettes "Braving the Unknown," "Voyager Time Capsule: Nelix," "Voyager Time Capsule: Kes,"


Experience all 26 episodes of the hit Star Trek successor in this feature-packed release from Paramount Pictures. Episodes are presented in 1.33:1 full-frame and accompanied by audio rendered in closed-captioned Dolby Digital 5.1. Bonus materials include the featurettes "Braving the Unknown," "Voyager Time Capsule: Nelix," "Voyager Time Capsule: Kes," "Flashback to 'Flashback,'" "Red Alert: Amazing Special Effects," "Real Science With André Bormanis," and a photo gallery.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The 1996-97 season's 26 episodes of Star Trek: Voyager include some of the best-written installments in the show's run, with time travel and telepathy the most prominent recurring themes. As always, Captain Kathryn Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) remains the show's focal point, but Season 3 affords the regular supporting characters noteworthy showcases, too. Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres (Roxann Biggs-Dawson) takes center stage in "Remember," an episode that finds her suffering from bad dreams that begin when a group of telepaths come aboard. In "Unity," First Officer Chakotay (Robert Beltran) discovers a colony of humanoids, recently separated from the Borg collective and eager to form their own society. "Before and After" finds Kes (Jennifer Lien) hopping back and forth through time, culminating in a visit to the future shortly before her predetermined death. The whole crew does some time traveling in the classic two-parter "Future's End," winding up on planet Earth in 1996 while trying to avert a temporal catastrophe that would result in the solar system's destruction during the 29th century. The third season ends on a cliff-hanging note with "Scorpion," in which Voyager sails into Borg space and encounters a ruthless alien race known only as Species 8472. (The episode also informally introduces Jeri Ryan's 7 of 9 character.) Contemplative, character-driven story lines rub elbows with elaborate, vibrantly dramatized adventure yarns in this excellent group of episodes, considered by some Voyager fans to represent the series' zenith.

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Closed Caption; "Braving the Unknown: Season Three": Writers and producers Rick Berman, Brannon Braga, and Jeri Taylor discuss highlights of year three, including "Basics, Part II," the two-parter "Future's End," and "Scorpion"; "Voyager Time Capsule: Neelix": Features a new interview with Ethan Phillips and others discussing the role of Neelix (includes a look at Ethan's current projects, including a role on Enterprise and starring with Armin Shimerman in a production of Hamlet); "Voyager Time Capsule: Kes": Features a new interview with Ethan Phillips, Robert Picardo, and Tim Russ in addition to Jennifer Lien discussing her role on the series; "Flashback to 'Flashback'": A special look at the Voyager episode with guest star George Takei, "Sulu" (includes interviews with Takei, Tim Russ, and an exploration of how scenes from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country were re-created for this episode); "Red Alert! Amazing Visual Effects": Visual effects wizards Dan Curry and Ronald B. Moore provide an inside look at amazing scenes from season three episodes, including "Basics, Part II," "Future's End," "Scorpion" and "Distant Origin"; "Real Science With André Bormanis": Bormanis introduces famed astrophysicists who examine the reality of space phenomena as seen on Voyager (includes comments on the Wormhole seen in "False Profits" and the supernova in "The Q and the Grey"); Photo gallery

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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc 1
1. Rules of Survival
2. Safety Protocols
3. Close to the Fire
4. Alien Tracks
5. Deck by Deck
6. Sticks and Stones
7. Final Act
8. Tal Cadal
1. Don't Let Me Fall
2. Emotional Response
3. T'lokan Schism
4. Excelsior
5. Continuing to Degrade
6. Obligation
7. Light the Match
8. To the Precipice
1. Prisoners
2. The Clamp
3. Worse All the Time
4. Deal
5. Hatch
6. Don't Leave Me Here
7. Where Does It Lead?
8. Final Warning
1. Energy Signatures
2. Doctor and the Diva
3. O Soave Fanciulla
4. Second Opinion
5. Thousands of Ships
6. On the Run
7. The Same Matrix
8. Zimmerman Alpha One
Side #2 -- Disc 2
1. Curious, Captain
2. The Holy Sages
3. Lobal Exploitation
4. Snatched
5. The Grand Proxy
6. Neelix Unmasked
7. A False Pilgrim
8. Wings of Fire
1. Three Days Away
2. Shared Experiences
3. Compassion for Others
4. Memories
5. You Are Korenna
6. Disturbing Rumors
7. Unthinkable
8. Learn the Truth
1. Invitation
2. Deathsleep
3. Spirit Over Body
4. Waiting
5. Gatekeepers
6. Meaningless
7. As Good as Dead
8. Very Scientific
1. Far Out
2. When We Are
3. Wrong Time
4. Paradox
5. Security Risk
6. Swept Away
7. Ready to Upload
8. Home Field Advantage
Side #3 -- Disc 3
1. Not Quite Right
2. Proverbial Pie
3. Important Discoveries
4. The Beast
5. Mr. Leisure Suit
6. House Call
7. Ruse
8. See You... Sometime
1. Loosen It Up
2. Nearly Inseparable
3. Inhabited
4. Loyalty and Service
5. Factions
6. Harder to Hide
7. Crumbling From Within
8. New Course
1. I Have Chosen You
2. Silly Human Rituals
3. My Q Feelings
4. Galactic Crossfire
5. Shockwaves
6. Don't Be a Hero
7. The Enemy
8. The Parents of Peace
1. Ambassador Neelix
2. An Unexpected Guest
3. Arming Janeway
4. Finding the Crew
5. Infected
6. Epidemic
7. Beyond Deck Two
8. Purified
Side #4 -- Disc 4
1. The Nekrit Expanse
2. Friends Reunited
3. A Dangerous Place
4. The Debt Is Paid
5. In Too Deep
6. Under Arrest
7. Prime Suspects
8. Serious Offenses
1. Inversion Nebula
2. Shon-Ha'lock
3. Surf's Up
4. A Game of Kal-toh
5. Apparent Act of Will
6. Interface
7. Lonely by Choice
8. A Deeper Need
1. Sacajawea: Down
2. Time Loop
3. Beyond Vidiian Space
4. Spreading Rapidly
5. Consciousness
6. Honor the Captain
7. Specific Agenda
8. You Will Nourish Me
1. Staking Claims
2. Pon Farr
3. Strange Aggression
4. Telepathic Bond
5. No Hostile Intent
6. I've Tasted Your Blood
7. Mating Rituals
8. Koon-ut Kal-if-fee
Side #5 -- Disc 5
1. Lost
2. Crossfire
3. The Borg
4. Ghost Ship
5. The Cooperative
6. Infusion
7. Can You Hear Us?
8. Feel the Connection
1. Enhancements
2. Elusive as a Shadow
3. Unpredictable
4. Crossroads
5. Complex Behaviors
6. Of Wrong and Right
7. Born of the Hidden
8. And I Will Do No Harm
1. Collision Course
2. Disturbing Evidence
3. The Tether
4. Naming the Carriage
5. Velocity
6. The Roof
7. Do It for Alixia
8. Serendipity
1. Déjà Vu
2. Suspended From Duty
3. You Are Taresian
4. Dormant Genetics
5. Be on Your Way
6. The Joining
7. Lekaria San
8. Disrupting the Grid
Side #6 -- Disc 6
1. Grandma Kes
2. Bio-Temporal Flux
3. Morilogium
4. The Year of Hell
5. An Ongoing Process
6. 1.47 Microseconds
7. Out of Synch
8. Leave the Future...
1. The Perfect Family
2. Kenneth?
3. Astral Eddy
4. A Romantic Side
5. Boundaries
6. Intractable
7. Inside the Eye
8. I'll Stay Right Here
1. The Proof
2. Challenging Doctrine
3. B.Y.O.B.
4. Genetic Markers
5. Pushing the Apple
6. Resistance to Truth
7. Maintaining a Myth
8. Eyes Open
1. Hostility
2. Switching Places
3. Diminishing Ranks
4. Scattered
5. Perfectly Isolated
6. Biospheres
7. A Place to Hide
8. Surrender My Ship
Side #7 -- Disc 7
1. Changes
2. Mutiny
3. The Big Mystery
4. Replay
5. Artistic Differences
6. Insurrection Alpha
7. Additions
8. Happy Endings
1. Resistance Is...
2. Borg Space
3. A Pretty Good Picard
4. Aftermath
5. The Weak Will Perish
6. Northwest Passage
7. Alliance
8. Safe Passage First

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