Janeway is confused but won't give up on her crew mate and friend. Two years after being liberated from the collective, Seven of Nine rejoins the Borg, seemingly of her own will. When ... See full summary »

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Janeway is confused but won't give up on her crew mate and friend. Two years after being liberated from the collective, Seven of Nine rejoins the Borg, seemingly of her own will. When Janeway finds a history of transmissions from the Borg to Seven, she is convinced that Seven was lured back against her wishes. Meanwhile, aboard the Borg sphere, the Borg Queen attempts to seduce Seven into helping her assimilate Earth. Written by Meribor

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In this episode it is stated that the Borg designation for the Human race is Species 5618. Despite multiple two-parters and the Borg-themed Star Trek: First Contact (1996), this designation was never made clear before this episode. See more »

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The Borg Queen tells Seven that "[the Borg's] first attempt to assimilate humanity was unsuccessful" when informing Seven of the Borg's plan to use a bio-weapon on humanity While accurate, the Queen's use of the singular "attempt" could refer to the events of Star Trek: First Contact (chronologically the first Borg attempt to assimilate Earth as it happened in Earth's 'past'), but it neglects the events of Star Trek: The Next Generation. The Queen should have said "our previous attempts" to include all instances of Borg attacks on the Federation. See more »

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Borg QueenSeven of Nine: [respectively] Our thoughts are one.
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References Star Trek: Voyager: Extreme Risk (1998) See more »

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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
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Good but talky.
26 February 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

When the previous episode ended, Seven walks away from an incursion mission onto a Borg ship. In other words, she rejoins the Collective! Soon you see the Borg Queen do her mega-cool entrance and she talks to Seven--informing her that her time on Voyager was all part of the Borg's master plan (yeah, right--you just don't want to admit you screwed up, Queenie!).

Aboard Voyager, they make a discovery--that the Borg were beaming messages to Seven and perhaps she wasn't responsible for her recent actions. Naturally, the Captain wants to do on a rescue mission-- but they have to locate Seven first.

What is the Queen's/Borg's plan? There obviously is more to the plan that we've seen so far.

I generally enjoyed this episode. After all, it involves the Borg. However, I was surprised just how talky it all was when the Queen began talking and talking and talking to Seven--and it did seem to go on way too long and didn't make a lot of sense.


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