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(Star Trek: TNG – 3×26 – The Best of Both Worlds)
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STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
(3×26 – The Best of Both Worlds, 1990)
“The Best of Both Worlds” is the 26th episode of the third season and the first episode of the fourth season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. It comprises the 74th and 75th episodes of the series overall. The first part was originally aired on June 18, 1990, and the second on September 24, 1990 in broadcast syndication television.
Set in the 24th century, the series follows the adventures of the Starfleet crew of the Federation starship Enterprise-D. In this two part episode, the Enterprise must battle the Borg who are intent on conquering Earth, with a captured and assimilated Captain Picard as their emissary. Part 1 was the finale to season three, while Part 2 was the premiere of season four. It is considered one of the most popular TNG episodes.
In April 2013, “The Best of Both Worlds” was re-released edited together as a single feature film, released on Blu-ray disc and shown as a one-night only event in movie theaters.
Star Trek: TNG – “The Best of Both Worlds”
Picard kidnapped by the Borg
STAR TREK: TNG – “THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS”
|Episode nos.:||Season 3, Episode 26|
Season 4, Episode 1
|Directed by:||Cliff Bole|
|Written by:||Michael Piller|
|Original air date:||June 18, 1990|
September 24, 1990
Borg drones made up the population of the Borg Collective.
A drone was an assimilated individual augmented with Borg technology and capable of assimilating other lifeforms and technology into the Collective. After assimilation a drone was integrated into the collective and its consciousness and that of the collective became one. A drone possessed no sense of individuality and existed only to perform its designated function within the Collective.
A History of the Borg
Although both male and females of any susceptible species could be assimilated, Borg drones themselves were neither male nor female in a reproductive sense. (TNG: “Q Who”)
The physiology of Borg drones varied because various species were assimilated into the Collective. (Star Trek: First Contact; VOY: “Unity”, “Scorpion”, “Scorpion, Part II”, “Unimatrix Zero”)
Their organic bodies were enhanced, and some parts completely replaced, with cybernetic implants. (TNG: “The Best of Both Worlds”, “The Best of Both Worlds, Part II”; Star Trek: First Contact; VOY: “Unity”, “Scorpion”, “The Gift”)
The nature of these implants was determined by the drone’s intended function, such as medical repairs or tactical. (TNG: “Q Who”, “I Borg”; VOY: “Dark Frontier”)
Every drone was equipped with a homing device, which had its own unique translink frequency, by which it was kept in contact with the Collective through subspace transceivers, thus forming the hive mind. (VOY: “Infinite Regress”, “Dark Frontier”; ENT: “Regeneration”)
The original species of a drone was often considered by the Collective when assigning a function. (VOY: “Think Tank”)
Via nanoprobes, which were uniquely encoded for every drone, a drone was capable of assimilating others into the Borg Collective. (VOY: “One”, “Survival Instinct”)
Drones could assimilate an entire starship, replicating components to interface with local technology. (ENT: “Regeneration”; Star Trek: First Contact; VOY: “Scorpion, Part II”)
After assimilation, a drone possessed greater strength than before assimilation. (ENT: “Regeneration”)
Its organic cardiopulmonary system was reinforced. (VOY: “The Haunting of Deck Twelve”)
A drone’s body was covered with exo-plating, which could protect it from the rigors of space, among other things. (Star Trek: First Contact)
The exoskeleton of a single limb could withstand a power surge of five million gigawatts (VOY: “Revulsion”)
When equipped with an eyepiece, a drone had the ability to see everything within the EM spectrum, similar to a Federation VISOR, as well as view the nanoscale, the size of molecules, analyze every facet and dimension of any object in perfect detail, and save perfect representations of those objects in physical memory. (TNG: “I Borg”)
A drone’s eyepiece was capable of directly observing the geometry of multi-dimensional space-time. (VOY: “Relativity”)
A drone also had a personal force field which protected itself from particle beam weapons such as phasers. (TNG: “The Best of Both Worlds”; VOY: “Unity”, “Scorpion”, “Scorpion, Part II”, “Dark Frontier”; Star Trek: First Contact)
The force field could adapt itself to counteract the threat the drone was experiencing. (Star Trek: First Contact)
A drone even had the ability to survive after being frozen for at least 90 years. (ENT: “Regeneration”)
Lily Sloane, a human observer local to Earth of the 21st century, characterized Borg drones as “bionic zombies” after hearing a description of them, albeit before observing them directly. (Star Trek: First Contact)
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