Star Trek: First Contact (1996)
Picard says to Lily: "You're not in Montana anymore"
Barclay shows LaForge a coil of copper wire to ask if it would work to fix the plasma coil. It is the same prop used in Forbidden Planet where a crew-member asks Commander Adams if it would work in building the transmitter.
First appearance of Zefram Cochrane
The Enterprise Captain is compared to Captain Ahab of the Pequod from Herman Melville's Moby Dick.
In the Pheonix, Riker talks about the Moon in the 24th century, he mentions Tyco City, Tyco is the crater where the first monolith is found in 2001. The system used to release the Enterprise's deflector dish is labeled "AE35", this is the name of the part replaced by Poole and Bowman in 2001, and that part controls the antenna dish.
In the space battle with the Borg, the Millenium Falcon is visible in one shot, doing its part to fight the Borg.
Iconography: heavily armed soldiers/officers walking around dark 'assimilated' corridors confronting near-unstoppable alien menaces. Thematics: the 'Queen' who controls the hive.
The design for the Borg Queen was heavily influenced by a similar character from the Michael Jackson 3-D film Captain EO. In that movie, Anjelica Huston played the villainous Supreme Leader, who descended from the ceiling using long cables, much like the Borg Queen does in this movie.
listed as a holodeck program when Picard and Lilly are evading the Borg
During the 1989 premiere of the TV series Quantum Leap episode "Genesis" (part 1), the Roy Orbison song "Ooby Dooby" is heard on a record player during a patio BBQ scene near the end of the episode. That same song is heard here playing on a juke box about 29 minutes into the movie and again at the end of the movie during a bar scene which is set partly outdoors. Interestingly, both plot lines involve time travel and an outdoor social activity during which "Ooby Dooby" is playing in the background.
Picard's wine bottle from 'Family' makes an appearance.
Dr. Crusher tells the holographic Doctor to "do a dance" as a method of distracting the Borg. In Data's Day we learn, when she gives Data dancing lessons, that Dr Crusher was known as the dancing doctor.
Data gets the same damage to his face.
When they beam Worf aboard, Riker says to Worf "Tough little ship" this is a nod to Deep Space Nine (1993) episode 'Defiant,' after the Defiant is attacked by the Cardassians the first time, Tom Riker makes the comment "Tough little ship."
Geordi mentions Zefram Cochran's first warp flight in dialogue.
this movie had it's first preview on this episode
After Mike barges into Nikki's date he suggests they go see the new Star Trek movie.
Mentioned by name
on the marquee of the theater
Sisko mentions "the recent Borg attack"
A binome in a red shirt stand up to Megabyte and says, "The line must be drawn here!" Megabyte deletes him and says, "As you may have noticed, resistance is futile."
Gabriel obtains his own blue-grey shoulder Starfleet uniform in which he mentions was first introduced in this movie.
Seven mention that the Borg witness the launch of Zefram Cochrane's spaceship the Phoenix.
Stan quotes the line "Don't try to be a great man, just be a man".
The song Mademoiselle LeNeuf (aka Seven of Nine) mentions singing is the same song that the Holodeck nightclub singer was performing.
7 of 9 mentions the time the Borg traveled back in time to prevent Zefram Cochran from succeeding his warp drive test.
Zefram's warp drive test flight was mentioned.
The Voyager crew celebrate the anniversary of the day Zefram made first contact.
James Cromwell reprises his role as Zefram Cochran.
mentions the first meeting and its memorial statue
The events in "Star Trek: First Contact" are referenced.
Borg Queen statues are seen at the Star Trek store.
The scene where Allan and Fermat discover the gallium electrolythe compound on Thunderbird 1's nosecone is very similar to the scene where Captain Picard and Data have their "intimate encounter" with the Pheonix in the missile silo. Both films where directed by Jonathan Frakes.
Kyle asks, "Do you really think my hat is stupid?" Stan, in Captain Picard's voice: "As a matter of fact, I think it is the nicest hat I have ever known".
complained about titles name
The basic plot is largely a spoof of ST: First Contact. ST: FC is also referenced by name.
Chevalier says, "May the glistening chrome of the Borg Queen shine upon us all."
Noah quotes the Borg
Sheldon quotes Picard's "The line must be drawn HERE!" line
Rod mentions four movies were made after the conclusion of the Next Generation series.
After likening the UFO in the 'UFO of the Week' video to the Starship Enterprise, Mike says, "Maybe they traveled back in time to keep the Borg from bothering us".
While Corey "Big Hoss" Harrison and Austin "Chumlee" Russell conduct business with a male customer at Gold and Silver Pawn Shop that wants to sell a lot of Star Trek toys, a graphic appears on screen talking about this movie
Raj mentions the movie by name.
Movie mentions the Star Trek series of films
episode title; Eliot uses the alias "Willy Riker"; in-joke as that was director Jonathan Frake's character in it
Linkara wears a Starfleet uniform identical to the uniforms seen in this movie.
Admiral Marcus has a model of the Phoenix behind his desk
Mentioned by Mike.
Borg Queen mentioned
At least one clip was included in this "Biography" episode.
Preview of the film
reviewed + footage shown
used in the montage of Tuvok's dark violent thoughts
Includes footage from movie in opening sequence of episode
A clip of this movie is shown when James mentions the Borg.
Clips of this movie were shown in the opening.
The Starship Enterprise takes the #54spaceship in movies
The Starship Enterprise takes the #4 spaceship in movies
Critic recaps the previous film
Linkara recaps this movie, saying the comic takes place after it
Scenes from the movie shown in connection with a collection.
Randy screams "NO!" and smashes a glass case like Picard did.
The character, Jeff Cochbrane, is a parody of Zefram Cochrane from First Contact.
The Borg invade one of the nation's top tourist attractions