Star Trek: Voyager (1995–2001)
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Voyager is investigating the birth of a nebula. Unfortunately, after an away mission shuttle is caught in the blast, a transporter accident during the team evacuation causes the Doctor's ... See full summary »

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Voyager is investigating the birth of a nebula. Unfortunately, after an away mission shuttle is caught in the blast, a transporter accident during the team evacuation causes the Doctor's mobile emitter to be infected with Seven's nanoprobes. The mobile emitter starts assimilating a science lab, and creates a new drone built upon the emitter's twenty-ninth century technology. Written by Melkhior

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J. Paul Boehmer who played the Borg drone One also appeared in season 4 episodes The Killing Game Parts 1 & 2 as an SS Officer. He also portrays the Vulcan, "Mestral" on the Enterprise episode, "Carbon Creek". See more »

Goofs

Before the title sequence, in the shuttle pod, when they suffer the first 'bump' of 'turbulence', the camera pans a little to early on Paris in the pilot seat, while the camera shake that simulates the turbulence is still in progress. You recognize it because the stars in the side window behind Paris don't (appear to) move when the craft is 'shaking'. See more »

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[first lines]
The Doctor: Seven of Nine! How's my favorite Borg today?
Seven of Nine: Annoyed.
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References Star Trek: Voyager: Scorpion: Part 2 (1997) See more »

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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
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Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Excellent...and a bit sad
24 February 2015 | by See all my reviews

When the episode begins, the Doc and Seven both beam back aboard the ship. However, something strange happens--the Doctor's mobile emitter is somehow combined with some of Seven's Borg drones! As a result, this new creation makes a baby that develops incredibly fast. An adult in almost no time, Seven is asked to work with this being--to teach it what it's like to be an individual. The new Borg is eager...but apparently benign. But when a Borg ship approaches and is going to assimilate the crew, just how benign he is will be tested to the limits!

Overall, this is an exceptionally good episode. It gives complexity and depth to Seven's character as well as the Borg 'baby'. Plus, for the first time, she indicates that she does NOT want to rejoin the Borg and is happy staying a member of Voyager. Well worth seeing and very creative...and a bit sad. Why sad? See this one and find out for yourself.


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