Star Trek Voyager: The Complete Fifth Season [7 Discs] [DVD]
- "Braving the Unknown: Season Five" -- Features interviews with cast members, crew, and guest star Jason Alexander; includes a look at Captain Proton, "Nothing Human," "Think Tank," plus a cake-cutting celebration for the 100th episode, directed by LeVar Burton
- "Voyager Time Capsule: B'Elanna Torres" -- Features a new interview with Roxann Dawson discussing her character and directing episodes of Voyager
- "Voyager Time Capsule: Tom Paris" -- Archive interviews with Robert Duncan McNeill and new interviews with cast members discussing his character and directing episodes of Voyager
- "The Borg Queen Speaks" -- An exclusive and rare interview with actress Susanna Thompson, who portrayed the Borg Queen in the two-part episode "Dark Frontier"
- "Delta Quadrant Make-Up Magic" -- Michael Westmore describes several alien makeup designs that appeared throughout the season
- Photo gallery
- Closed Captioned
As the crew of the Voyager eagerly looks forward to their imminent return to their home base in the Alpha Quadrant, the fifth-season opener of Star Trek: Voyager finds the ship's captain, Kathryn Janeway (Kate Mulgrew), in seclusion, grimly questioning her past judgments of command. As it turns out, the ship is not quite back on its own turf, meaning that more adventures must come to pass before the Voyager's lengthy space odyssey can be resolved. Of the many plot developments transpiring during season five, several stand out: Lt. Tom Paris' (Robert Duncan McNeill) humiliating demotion after refusing to obey an order he cannot justify to himself; the near-reassimilation of Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) into her old Borg Collective; the bleak future envisioned by crew members Chakotay (Robert Beltran) and Kim (Garrett Wang) unless they are able to turn back the clock some 15 years; the marriage of Paris and B'Elanna (Roxann Biggs-Dawson), and their subsequent holographic honeymoon; and a foray into chaotic space, where absolutely none of the usual rules of physics apply. Elsewhere, Voyager's holographic Doctor (Robert Picardo) continues his efforts to become more human; and in the episode "11:59," Janeway flashes back to the time when her 20th century ancestor saved the world on the brink of the millennium. And yes, season five ends on a cliffhanger. This time out, the Voyager's technology is captured by a hostile force, leaving everyone's fate in the balance. ~ Hal Erickson
Cast & Crew
Kate Mulgrew - Capt. Kathryn Janeway
Robert Beltran - First Off. Chakotay
Tim Russ - Security Chief Tuvok
Ethan Phillips - Neelix
Robert Picardo - The Doctor
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