Star Trek: Voyager: Season 6, Episode 26

Unimatrix Zero: Part 1 (24 May 2000)

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Unimatrix Zero is a virtual world where drones can exist free of the Borg collective and free of their biomechanical and cortical implants. Seven of Nine visits there and Janeway sees an ... See full summary »



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Unimatrix Zero is a virtual world where drones can exist free of the Borg collective and free of their biomechanical and cortical implants. Seven of Nine visits there and Janeway sees an opportunity to disrupt the Borg even if it means the destruction of Unimatix Zero. Written by laird-3

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We see the Borg Queen holding the head of a Borg drone she is examining. The head is actually a model of Brent Spiner's head; it was first used in Star Trek: The Next Generation: Time's Arrow: Part 1 (1992) to represent Data's disembodied head. See more »


It should be impossible to beam into the cube while their shields are active. See more »


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Borg Queen: Four of Twelve, Subjunction of Unimatrix 525. You have a disease. You're one of many with this sickness. We want to cure you.
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References The Matrix (1999) See more »


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JanewayQutus of Borg
17 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Borg have a Disease. The Queen is concerned for her Drone Army, she wants very much to heal these unfortunately infected Drones.

The Problem is, they don't remember that they are bad Borgs, naughty, dreaming Borgs. So they do not understand as Beta Borg Queen Suzanna continuously deactivate them, chop their heads off, and display a collection of Drone Heads all in her Parlour. If you look very closely, one of the Drone Heads is Data's Head from "Time's Arrow parts I and II".

Waste not Want not with Trek Props, unless of course Paramount wants to Auction them all off to the richest people in the Galaxy. I wonder who bought Data's Head, and if they paid "4.7" Million bucks for it, like Picard's Inner Light Flute?

OK, I digress- Sothby's is Irrelevant.

Seven of "The Number where the Digits are the Inverse of themselves" seems to be Dreaming, she sees a beautiful forest. Is she in Neelix's Afterlife-Forest? No, she sees people that are familiar somehow.

The Doctor is proud of this new development, until it is revealed that Seven is NOT Dreaming. She meets an AlieMan named "Axum" (Mark Deakins) and a Klingon named Korok (Jerome Butler) - And she knows them... A Woman named Laura (Joanna Heimbold) and some various aliens and other Sundry folk.

This is Unimatrix Zero - A construct where Drones are aware of their past existences, where they can be and look like who they were before Assimilation, and Seven can become Anika Hansen once more.

But Bad Suzanna the Queen is a desperately Seeking Suzanna, seeking the Interlink Frequencies for this little Node, which permeates the Whole Collective.

Axum and a reluctant Korok are in fact pleading for Help from Anika in salvaging this Private Idaho where they can put their feet up while regenerating and maybe smoke cigars.

And they have in fact developed a Virus that will permanently Hide everyone with a particular Mutation from the whole collective.

But since they forget all about it, they have no way if injecting the Central Plexus of any ship with this - The Plexus is what links all of the Drones in the collective into one giant Mosh Pit.

So they inquire of Anika to ask of Janeway, who is only eager to help them. Janeway with the help of The Doctor and B'Elanna concoct a way to infect The Collective and hide these souls from the peering eyes of Beta Queen.

Only one Problem, in order to get access to the Central Plexus, Janeway, Tuvok and B'Elanna must needs be ASSIMILATED.

Janeway makes one nasty looking Borg Drone, excellent Cliffhanger.

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