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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This takes place in 2377. See more »

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While Chakote is in command of Voyager, the Doctor tells him that the away team's higher brain functions are fluctuating. We see that Tuvok becomes part of the hive mind. Voyager tries to rescue the away team, but is thwarted by the Borg ship... they become too damaged and need to flee before they get destroyed. Voyager has time to make repairs, get communication from Janeway on what to do, meet up with a Borg sphere, and implement Janeway's plan and the rescue of the away team. Assuming that the entire away team was injected with the neural suppressant at about the same time, the entire away team should have been completely assimilated and integrated into the collective and not just Tuvok; therefore, Janeway and B'lanna should not have been able to assist with the destruction of Unimatrix Zero or able to assist with dropping the shields/damaging the propulsion system. See more »

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Borg Queen: Spatial grid 9-4, cube 6-3-0, complement 64,000 drones. But I can no longer hear three of them. No doubt they've joined your resistance. Are they trying to sabotage the vessel and liberate others? I don't know. Because I can no longer hear them. - Initiate self-destruct!
[the cube is destroyed]
Borg Queen: An effective solution, don't you agree? Spatial grid 0-9-1, sphere 8-7-8, complement 11,000 drones. Only one is silent. But I have no choice. I must silence all of them.
[the sphere is destroyed]
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An excellent finale.
4 March 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is the second of a two-part episode involving the Borg. In episode one, Voyager learns that there is a virtual world called Unimatrix One where a small number of Borg drones can somehow live during their time recharging in the alcove. In other words, during these sleeping hours, they live as non-drones in a happy world. Because they have individuality during this time, the Borg queen ain't happy and is determined to find this place and wipe everyone out.

By this episode, Voyager is not only encouraging the drones in Unimatrix One but is trying to find a way to get the drones to become individuals during waking hours as well. That way the hive can be destabliized. However, Janeway isn't content with JUST destabilization--she's hoping that they can destroy this hive. To do so, she and some other crew members allow themselves to join the Collective! How can they do this and maintain their individuality? See the show...and the thrilling finale.

Excellent. Violent, creative and deliciously evil--this one is a show to see!


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