Star Trek: Voyager (1995–2001)
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Infinite Regress 

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

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Episode credited cast:
... Captain Kathryn Janeway
... Chakotay
... B'Elanna Torres
... Tom Paris
... Neelix
... The Doctor
... Tuvok
... Seven of Nine
... Harry Kim
... Naomi Wildman
Neil Maffin ... Ven
... Human Girl
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... Voyager Computer (voice)
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Voyager comes in contact with Borg technology which causes Seven of Nine to display multiple personalities.

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25 November 1998 (USA)  »

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This takes place in 2375. See more »

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At one point, the Doctor states that he has the cortical inhibitor on Seven set to maximum but it is no longer working. Later he can be seen adjusting the device to attempt to help Seven. See more »

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[Seven is experiencing another personality disorder]
Seven of Nine: Name your price. Captain...?
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Janeway. And you are?
Seven of Nine: DaiMon Torrot.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: You're Ferengi.
Seven of Nine: Of course I'm Ferengi! Is that some kind of insult about the size of my ears?
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Star Trek: Voyager - Main Title
Written by Jerry Goldsmith
Performed by Jay Chattaway
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Why does the Captain do what she does?!
25 February 2015 | by See all my reviews

When Voyager nears some debris from a Borg vessel, Seven of Nine begins acting very strangely. Suddenly, she begins switching from one personality to another. In between she's normal (or as normal as Seven can be) but it sure is becoming annoying! What's causing this mental breakdown and what can fix it? The Doctor thinks it's caused by a bad case of the Ankaran Flu. However, the know-it-all Doctor soon seems incapable of curing Seven so he calls in a specialist, 'Dr.' Tuvok.

Whether this is a good or bad episode, it must have been a challenge and rather fun for Jeri Ryan to act in this show. Her Seven of Nine is a wild emotional roller-coaster and she sure gets a chance to emote and show her stuff!

This show is okay and worth seeing. The Captain's behavior through the show, however, is odd (as often is the case) and seems to make little sense in light of the power and evil of the Borg. I cannot imagine any real person doing anything to disrupt the aliens from their plan. Yet another case where she acts more like a person reading a script than someone you can believe will exist in the 24th century. Her character is the weak link in this particular show-- everyone else is just fine and Ryan did a fine job in acting nutty!


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