Star Trek: Voyager: Season 5, Episode 7

Infinite Regress (25 Nov. 1998)

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Voyager comes in contact with Borg technology that causes Seven of Nine to display multiple personalities.

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Voyager comes in contact with Borg technology that causes Seven of Nine to display multiple personalities.

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47-reference: according to Naomi Wildman, there are 47 sub-orders in the Prime Directive. See more »

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Seven of Nine: [catching Naomi, who has been following her, off-guard] Naomi Wildman, sub-unit of Ensign Samantha Wildman, state your intentions.
Naomi Wildman: [startled] I... I...
Seven of Nine: Very well, you leave me no choice but to report your activities to the Captain.
Naomi Wildman: Please don't. I was just... observing you.
Seven of Nine: Explain.
Naomi Wildman: Well, Neelix told me that the Borg do a lot of things they do because they're trying to be perfect. And even though you're not really a drone anymore, you still try to be perfect. Don't you?
Seven of Nine: Correct.
Naomi Wildman: Well, if I can ...
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Jeri Ryan Can Act!
28 April 2012 | by (Lincoln, Nebraska) – See all my reviews

Until this episode I was always a little doubtful about Jeri Ryan's acting ability, wondering if she could only do one note: Imperial bitchiness. Not that I don't like her Borgian disdain for non-scientific and imperfect humans. Or that high-minded carriage of her cat-suited Barbie-doll body. But in this episode, as her Borg implant fractures her into multiple personalities, she gets a huge range of characterizations to perform, and she handles them well. And this script has a handful of clever complications en route to her healing that make it an enjoyable installment. It ends kind of quickly, but it is one of the better episodes, IMHO.


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