By Mike Hughes
Gannett News Service
MUST-SEE: "Star Trek: Voyager," 8-10 p.m., UPN (seen on KFVE). For the seven-year existence of UPN, the starship Voyager has been in a distant galaxy, trying to get home. Now comes the finale. Actually, things start (weakly) 10 years in the future. Voyager has returned home, but the cost in lives and in sanity was steep. Now Adm. Kathryn Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) is ready to break all the rules: She'll go back in time to offer an alternate plan for her younger self, Capt. Janeway. That's when a so-so drama begins turning into a terrific one. Voyager spent way too much time drifting aimlessly. Now it's come up with an excellent way to get home.
"Conspiracy Theory" (1997), 7 p.m., CBS. On the final day of the "sweeps" ratings period, CBS brings out some star power. Julia Roberts meets a cab driver (Mel Gibson) with lots of wild theories one of which happens to be worth worrying about.
"SPIN CITY," 7 p.m., ABC. There are a lot of plot lines juggled in this hour-long season finale. And Charlie and Caitlin (Charlie Sheen and Heather Locklear) edge toward romance.
"Felicity," 7 p.m., WB (seen on KFVE). As summer nears, Felicity is in her usual dither. She may be losing Ben for a while and Noel forever.
"Boot Camp," 8 p.m., Fox. Series ends with only a slight variation on "Survivor": To win $500,000, the finalists get points for physical competition and the votes of colleagues.
"The Drew Carey Show," 8 p.m., ABC. The hourlong season finale finds Drew in a psychiatric ward.