Star Trek: Voyager: Season 3, Episode 17

Unity (12 Feb. 1997)

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Chakotay finds a planet of unassimilated Borg drones from all over the galaxy.


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Chakotay finds a planet of unassimilated Borg drones from all over the galaxy.

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47-reference: when the colonists telepathically contact Chakotay in his shuttle, they tell him to transport to module 47 omega on the Borg cube. See more »


Ex-Borg Riley says she was assimilated at Wolf 359 (re: Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Best of Both Worlds: Part 2). The Borg ship that battled Federation forces at Wolf 359 later went to Earth and was ultimately destroyed by actions of Enterprise-D, which would suggest that none of the newly-assimilated Borg could have been transported back to the Delta Quadrant. However, 5th season's Star Trek: Voyager: Infinite Regress provides another instance where a character (one of Seven of Nine's personalities) claims to have been assimilated at Wolf 359. This may indicate that during that battle, there were, in fact, two Borg vessels (or more), not just the one that exploded. Another possible explanation is that some of the Federation ships were boarded by Borg who assimilated their crews and then, after their cube was destroyed, headed back to the Delta Quadrant in those ships, using Borg technology to increase their speeds. See more »


Commander Chakotay: I was so resistant to being linked. Now I'm almost sorry it's over.
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Written by Jerry Goldsmith
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2 February 2011 | by (New York, NY USA) – See all my reviews

Let sleeping Borgs lie. That's what my Grandfather always told me, and dammit, he was right! Chakotay is out on a shuttlecraft mission with Ensign Deadmeat... strange, since I thought these people just wanted to GO HOME!!!

I'm so tired of the terrible writing team starting each episode already-embroiled in a story, a pathetic trick to avoid showing Voyager stopping each week and getting involved in nonsense when their supposed mission is to get home. Enough, you losers...

Gasp! the shuttle crashes, and Chakotay discovers former Borg who want his help in re-establishing their psychic link, basically jump-starting the idle Borg cube floating in space above the planet. Why would Janeway send an away team to the Borg ship? Why would she even consider the ridiculous idea of helping the Borg reconnect? Who the hell wrote this absurd episode? Just terrible.


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