Admiral J. P. Hanson personally boarded the Enterprise to join the investigation of a destroyed Federation-colonized planet, suspecting the feared Borg. Before this is confirmed, he points out Commander William T. Riker has for the third time refused a command, preferring the Enterprise. Shortly after an enormous Borg ship is found, it engages in battle with the Enterprise, which draws it away. Novel tactics are conceived. Captain Jean-Luc Picard is ordered to come aboard for unprecedented discussions, and kidnapped when he refuses. He finds they tolerate no resistance, and intend to turn him into a Borg. Riker suddenly finds himself acting captain.... Written by
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This was the first end-of-season cliffhanger in the history of Star Trek's production. See more
When an away team beams onto the Borg Cubeto retrieve Capt. Picard they kill several Borg drones and then find Picard. When Worf tries to retrieve him he steps in between Borgs guards who don't move to stop him. Worf is stopped by a force field and knocked down and then stands up as the way team starts to beam out but the Borg guards are gone. See more
Commander William T. Riker
[the Borg want Captain Picard
What the hell do they want with you?
Lt. Cmdr Elizabeth Paula Shelby
I thought they weren't interested in human life forms. Only our technology.
That priority seems to have changed.
Star Trek: The Next Generation Main Title
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
and Alexander Courage See more