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  • '''I, Borg." ''Star Trek: The Next Generation''.''' Week of 11 May 1992. Robert Lederm Individualization of an adolescent male Borg, who learns to say "I" and returns to the hive collective as, potentially,
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  • ...Ride/Attraction at Las Vegas Hilton, opened 18 March 2004. **+Based on the Borg of ''Star Trek'' especially ''[[STAR TREK: VOYAGER® Episodes|Star Trek: Vo
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  • ...and contrast [[Star Trek: The Next Generation, "I, Borg"|ST:NG episode "I, Borg"]]).
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  • ...the Borg in exchange for safe passage. Episode ends with Janeway "inside a Borg cube, which is racing away from species 8472 with Voyager in tow." Also fea
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  • ...rg drone Seven of Nine[http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Seven_of_Nine] uses Borg nanoprobes to resurrect a member of the crew.
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  • ...org make them just as dangerous to the United Federation of Planets as the Borg." Rev. Daryl F. Mallett, ''SFRA Newsletter'' #190 (June 1991): 67-68, sourc
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  • ...of belonging and unity and togetherness" (Anna L. Kaplan, "Delta Quadrant Borg" and Anna Kaplan, "''Voyager'' Episode Guide," ''Cinefantastique'' 29.6/7 [
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  • ...See for First Contact with the cubical, self-repairing Borg ship and "the Borg, a powerful, cyborg-like race" that is also a variety of mechanical and cyb ...ion, The Best of Both Worlds]]" and "[[Star Trek: The Next Generation, "I, Borg"]]."
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  • ...borg enemy as a positive character (cf. and contrast ''ST:NG'' episode "I, Borg"). (RDE, 15/07/06)
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  • ...r return. Seven confronts the haunting memories of her assimilation by the Borg at the age of six […]" (startrek.com).
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  • ...ges.google.com/images?ndsp=20&hl=en&lr=&q=+site:www.ex-astris-scientia.org+borg].
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  • ...Contact" between Data (who uses the phrase) and Picard as a member of the Borg Group Consciousness. See below, the episode "Q—Who?"[[Category: Drama]]
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  • ...tic for a Borg. ''Cinefantastique'' uses as a tag-line, "One, one alone. A Borg cannot be one. She will die as one"—without "the constant companionship o
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  • ...Ride/Attraction at Las Vegas Hilton, opened 18 March 2004. **+Based on the Borg of ''Star Trek'' especially ''[[STAR TREK: VOYAGER® Episodes|Star Trek: Vo
    683 bytes (100 words) - 19:11, 6 January 2015
  • '''I, Borg." ''Star Trek: The Next Generation''.''' Week of 11 May 1992. Robert Lederm Individualization of an adolescent male Borg, who learns to say "I" and returns to the hive collective as, potentially,
    593 bytes (90 words) - 12:19, 19 October 2014
  • ...ed man. Cf. and contrast the RoboCop films, [[THE TERMINATOR]] films, the Borg episodes of ''Star Trek: The Next Generation'', and the Cybermen of ''[[Doc
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  • ...adicts the negative view of <i>[[Star Trek: The Next Generation|STNG]]</i> Borg et al. and takes a positive comic view of becoming a cyborg, including noti
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  • ...gainst the Federation. Part II shows "Descent" to be a continuation of "I, Borg" (q.v.). See for a serious dramatic use of android robots and cyborgs for a
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  • ...r in a series in which Brewster encounters cyborgs in the tradition of the Borg on [[ST:NG]] and thereafter. One explains, "We spent so much time blogging,
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  • ...p://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Seven_of_Nine] Kim is uneasy working with the Borg, but their detail provides them with the basis of a friendship. However, Ki
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  • ...the style from Modern clean-cut to postmodern funky, and we get to see the Borg Queen at some length: a very independent, intelligent, and sexual female cy
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  • ...nightly costuming, especially juxtapposed to Tuvok or the now-humanized ex-Borg, Seven. On the Hirogen: [http://www.startrek.com/startrek/view/library/alie
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  • ...ng his body overcome with technology (he looked rather like a fashion-ized Borg), and then proceeding to defeat the police." (John Robinson, 08/VI/9)
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  • ...4-face from the groin up, approximately 1/4 cyborg (in the fashion of the 'Borg on ''ST:NG''). Archived (at least for a while) at [www.unitedmedia.com/comi
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  • ...re a hive species like the Borg of ''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation, "I, Borg"|Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'', with insectoid aspects. Since their fi
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  • Episode features mostly ex-Borg Seven of Nine[http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Seven_of_Nine] and the hologr
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  • ...lodecks. [* * *] While Seven is in the sickbay, the Doctor uses one of her Borg implants to create a jamming signal" (startrek.com)—the Doctor also uses
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  • ...you wanted to know (and a bit more)" about STNG. See esp. comments on the Borg as mechanized, collective-intelligence, possibly cyberpunk villains (29, 33
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  • ...e to the rescue when the holographic Doctor communicates with her via her "Borg implants" and "adjusts her sensors' phase variance," allowing Seven to see
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  • ...90). Discusses briefly the Computer-Dominated Closed Hegemonies among the Borg and Binars and on other worlds. See for the ''Star Trek'' episodes "[[Q Wh
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  • ...90). Discusses briefly the Computer-Dominated Closed Hegemonies among the Borg and Binars and on other worlds. See for the episodes "[[Star Trek, "Q Who?
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  • ...s us, new technology impinging upon us; plus, among other works, 2001, the Borg episodes of ''Star Trek: The Next Generation'', Ambrose Paré's Des Monstre
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  • ...MILLION DOLLAR MAN, THE BIONIC WOMAN, THE TERMINATOR, ROBOCOP and the "I, Borg" episode of The Trek: The Next Generation (all cited under Drama). Part 2 b
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  • ...sions to the MCP control tower in [[TRON (1982)]], [[ROBOCOP (1987)]], the Borg in Star Trek, [[2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (film)]], EVIL DEAD (? take-over by t
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  • ...g[https://www.clockworks2.org/wiki/index.php?title=Special%3ASearch&search=Borg&go=Go] of the Star Trek series, a Zorome crew could be made up of assimilat
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  • ...e process." This adds the trope of humans turning into machines (e.g., the Borg) to the survival horror genre, which is typically motivated by exclusively
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  • ...s and some alien super-tech on the monumental and geometrical lines of the Borg Cube from ''Star Trek: Next Generation'' — and some ultimately threatenin
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  • ...power of external authority” (149). In this situation, Seven of Nine, the Borg character, is free to explore what is for Graham the most human of elements
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  • ...protagonist's body is augmented in various ways, cf. and contrast the "I, Borg" episode[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I,_Borg]] of ''Star Trek: The Next G
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  • ...rast the deadly cyborgs in the [[THE TERMINATOR|TERMINATOR]] films and the Borg in ''[[STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION|Star Trek: The Next Generation]]''; c
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  • ...dly, though, not mass consciousness [cf. and contrast such entities as the Borg of ''ST:NG'']). This is also shown in a religious war, or more exactly a wa
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