Star Trek: Voyager (season 6)

{5/5} “Keep a docking bay open for us.” — Captain Janeway, to Admiral Paris on Earth

Star Trek: Voyager season 6, aired in 1999-2000

When the Doctor starts daydreaming, he imagines that he becomes the Emergency Command Hologram when Janeway becomes incapacitated. Back on Earth, Reg Barclay has become obsessed with finding a way to contact Voyager. When the Doctor introduces music to a society who has none, he becomes a celebrity. When Voyager comes across a damaged Borg cube they find only 5 child drones aboard.

Seven comes to regret some of her past actions, giving her character more complexity. She also comes to appreciate having a friendship with Naomi Wildman.

I like how they continued the story of Barclay on Voyager. Robert Picardo does a fine job portraying Dr. Lewis Zimmerman, the person who created the Doctor’s program.

In “Ashes to Ashes” Ensign Lyndsay Ballard returns to the ship after 3 years — she was dead, but an alien species resurrected her. In “Muse” B’Elanna crashes on a planet where the person who finds her writes a play about her and Voyager. In “Fury” Kes returns to the ship in order to absorb energy from the warp drive to go 5 years into the past and rescue herself. In “Unimatrix Zero, Part I” Janeway agrees to help a group of Borg who are not like the others — they are individuals when they’re asleep.

The former Borg children are played by Manu Intiraymi, Kurt Wetherill, Cody Wetherill, and Marley McClean.

Guest stars include Marina Sirtis, Dwight Schultz, Richard Herd, and Daniel Dae Kim.

This is the 2nd time I’ve seen it.

I previously reviewed season 5.

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