"Imperfection" is the 148th episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the second episode of the seventh season.
When Paris enters the Delta Flyer in a race with Torres as his co-pilot, he learns that the Flyer is targeted for foul play.
After members of the crew are discovered unconscious, Tuvok leads the search for the mysterious attacker who preys on those involved in the Maquis resistance movement.
The Doctor must sidestep a tyrannical hospital administrator who kidnaps him and forces him to treat only privileged patients.
When the Ferengi hijack Lt. Barclay's hologram and reprogram it, the Starfleet officer enlists the help of Counselor Deanna Troi to warn the Voyager crew.
When Seven of Nine harbors the Doctor's hologram inside her body, he revels in his newfound human sensations, especially an attraction to a female alien.
Power goes to Harry Kim's head when he takes command as captain of a crippled alien ship under attack.
The Doctor shocks Janeway and the crew when he commits treason to help a group of rebel holograms escape subjugation by the Hirogen.
The ship splinters into a myriad of time zones, and only Chakotay can travel among the fragments of time to save Janeway and the crew.
A pregnant B'Elanna Torres is tormented by memories of an unhappy childhood as a human-Klingon youngster and the toll it took on her family.
Seven of Nine cries a river of shame over her actions as a Borg after she witnesses a once-violent alien criminal's intense guilt.
A band of nomadic Klingons mistake B'Elanna's unborn child for their long-awaited messiah, and they resolve to follow the baby.
Janeway forges an alliance among several hostile ships that have been preying on each other while trapped in a void.
The Voyager crew labors in a work camp on a distant planet, while the Doctor helms the ship and Janeway falls for a mystery man.
Seven of Nine experiences the breadth of human emotions while researching relationships in a holodeck fantasy.
Q2, Q's adolescent son, must receive a weeklong rehabilitation period at the hands of his reluctant aunt.
The Voyager crew is in for an unpleasant surprise when the Doctor publishes a novel filled with characters based on his colleagues.
Janeway must gain the trust of an alien society crippled by a nuclear device launched from Earth in 2067.
Seven of Nine and Chakotay crash land on an isolated planet where they are surrounded by a primitive tribe of hunter-gatherers.
Neelix is reunited with his own species when he finds a settlement of Talaxians being oppressed by mercenaries on a mineral-rich asteroid.
The Doctor impersonates several crew members to retrieve the ship's warp core and save Janeway's life.