Borg Assimilation – 2.18 – Star Trek: TNG – Season 3 DVD Cover

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Star Trek:
The Next Generation

The Official Story

STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
(Season 3, 1989-1990)


 

The third season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation commenced airing in broadcast syndication in the United States on September 25, 1989 and concluded on June 18, 1990 after airing 26 episodes. Set in the 24th century, the series follows the adventures of the crew of the Starfleet starship Enterprise-D. This season featured the return of Gates McFadden as Dr. Beverly Crusher after she was replaced by Diana Muldaur for the second season. The season also saw the debut of several actors who would reappear in the same roles and others throughout the franchise, such as Dwight Schultz as Lt. Reginald Barclay, and Tony Todd as Kurn.

Further changes occurred to the writing staff, with Michael Piller brought on board as executive producer after Michael I. Wagner held the position for three weeks. Ronald D. Moore also joined the staff following the submission of a script for “The Bonding”. Hans Beimler, Richard Manning, Melinda M. Snodgrass and Ira Steven Behr all left the staff at the end of the season. Actor Wil Wheaton also asked to leave following the way his character, Wesley Crusher, was written during the season, a decision he later regretted. Other changes included a modification to the opening sequence, and changes to the Starfleet uniforms on the show.

The season opened with Nielsen ratings of 10.8 for “Evolution” with the highest-rated episode being “Yesterday’s Enterprise”, which scored 11.9. This was the highest rating received since the sixth episode of the first season. The lowest rating of the season was received by the 23rd episode, “Ménage à Troi”, which was given a score of 9.1. After a couple of initial ranking decreases, the episodes in the second half of the season rose back to third place in its timeslot. The season was well received by critics, who called it one of the best of the series. Particular praise was given to several episodes including “Yesterday’s Enterprise”, “Sins of the Father” and the first part of “The Best of Both Worlds”. Box sets of the season have been released both on DVD and Blu-ray, and “The Best of Both Worlds” was given a limited theatrical release.

Star Trek: TNG – Season 3 Blu-ray Trailer

Borg Appearances

The Borg were introduced on syndicated television on May 8, 1989, in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Q Who”, and rose to further prominence in the two-part cliffhanger “Best of Both Worlds, Part I”, which aired on June 18, 1990, with the sequel airing on September 24, 1990. In the Star Trek in-universe timeline, the earliest the Borg have been displayed is in 1996’s Star Trek: First Contact.

Overall, Borg aliens appear in a total of about a hundred episodes of various incarnations of Star Trek. This number includes all episodes featuring Seven of Nine, a former Borg drone; discounting these appearances, the Borg appear in six episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, one episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, 23 episodes of Star Trek: Voyager, and one episode of Star Trek: Enterprise.

The Next Generation

The Borg first appear in the Star Trek: The Next Generation second-season episode “Q Who”, when the omnipotent life-form Q hurls the Enterprise-D across the galaxy to challenge Jean-Luc Picard’s assertion that his crew is ready to face the galaxy’s dangers and mysteries. The Enterprise crew is overwhelmed by the Borg, and Picard begs for and receives Q’s help in returning the ship to its previous coordinates.

The Borg next appear in The Next Generation‘s third-season finale and fourth-season premiere, “The Best of Both Worlds”. Picard is abducted and assimilated by the Borg and transformed into Locutus (Latin for “he who speaks”). Picard’s knowledge of Starfleet’s strengths and strategies is gained by the Collective, and the single cube destroys the entire Starfleet armada at Wolf 359. The Enterprise crew manages to capture Locutus, gain information through him that allows them to destroy the cube, and then reverse the assimilation process.

In the fifth-season episode “I, Borg”, the Enterprise crew rescues an adolescent Borg they name “Hugh”. The crew faces the moral decision of whether or not to use Hugh (who begins to develop a sense of independence as a result of a severed link to the Collective) as a means of delivering a devastating computer virus to the Borg, or return to the Borg with his individuality intact. They decide to return him without the virus, but in the sixth-season episode “Descent”, a group of rogue Borg who had “assimilated” individuality through Hugh fall under the control of the android Lore, the “older brother” of Data. Lore also corrupts Data through the use of an “emotion chip”, simultaneously deactivating Data’s ethical subroutines and projecting only negative emotions to it. Under this programming, Data participates in the capture of Picard, La Forge and Troi, but they are able to reactivate Data’s ethical subroutines, allowing him to recognize that his current actions are wrong and leading him to deactivate Lore. Data recovers the emotion chip and the surviving Borg fall under the leadership of Hugh.

In 2017, SYFY listed “I, Borg” among the 25 best science fiction episodes of the last 25 years.

Source: Wikipedia

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