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Seven of Nine

Seven of Nine
Species Human/Borg
Gender Female
Home planet Tendara Colony
Affiliation Borg, Starfleet
Posting USS Voyager astrometrics
Rank Crewman
Portrayed by Jeri Ryan
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Seven of Nine (born Annika Hansen) is a fictional character in the television series Star Trek: Voyager, portrayed by actress Jeri Ryan. She is a human being who was assimilated by the Borg at an early age. She was later rescued by the crew of Voyager, who were instrumental in helping her regain her individuality. As a former Borg drone, she has several cybernetic implants which improve her visual acuity, reactions, strength and intelligence. Although her link to the Collective was severed, she still maintained the ability to sense nearby Borg activity. Image File history File links Broom_icon. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... For other uses, see Species (disambiguation). ... This article is about modern humans. ... The Borg are a race of cyborgs in the fictional Star Trek universe, first introduced in the Star Trek: The Next Generation TV series. ... Gender in common usage refers to the sexual distinction between male and female. ... For other uses, see Female (disambiguation). ... The Unicomplex, a huge Borg complex in the Delta Quadrant. ... This article needs additional references or sources for verification. ... The USS Voyager (NCC-74656) is an Intrepid class starship in the Star Trek fictional universe. ... Astrometry is a part of Astronomy and deals with the positions of stars and other celestial bodies, their distances and movements. ... Crewman is a generic term for a crew member of an aircraft, naval vessel, military unit, or team of professionals attempting to accomplish a goal. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The starship Voyager (NCC-74656), an Intrepid-class starship. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Borg are a race of cyborgs in the fictional Star Trek universe, first introduced in the Star Trek: The Next Generation TV series. ... For other uses, see Cybernetics (disambiguation). ...


She is introduced in the fourth-season premiere, "Scorpion, Part II".

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Character development

After being cast, actress Jeri Ryan acknowledged that she had hardly seen Star Trek, and had no idea what a Borg was. To prepare her, the producers gave her a copy of the First Contact Star Trek movie and a Star Trek encyclopedia.[1] This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


Seven of Nine made her debut in the Scorpion episode (May 21, 1997) where she was introduced as a representative of the Borg in its alliance with the Voyager crew against the threatening Species 8472. After the resolution of the alien threat, she attempted contact with the Borg collective and also tried to assimilate the crew. During this process, she was severed from the collective and forced to adapt herself to the rigors of human individuality. In the following years, the ST:VOYAGER writers wrote several plot lines revolving around Seven's exploration of the positive and negative sides of both being human and (still) Borg. is the 141st day of the year (142nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... For the band, see 1997 (band). ... The Borg are a race of cyborgs in the fictional Star Trek universe, first introduced in the Star Trek: The Next Generation TV series. ... Species 8472 is a fictional advanced race in the science fiction television series Star Trek: Voyager that inhabits the realm of fluidic space. ...


Ryan maintained that the main topic about Seven was "humanity". Also, she said that her character was pivotal to the success of the show, because she "brought conflict to the show, which was sadly lacking... The Voyager crew was just one big happy family... Also, in grand Star Trek tradition, Seven of Nine was an outsider who could comment on humanity and all of its follies. Also, it was a foil for Janeway’s character."[2] She also remarked that "combining non-human qualities with an attractive human appearance" like with Seven was a great move by the producers.[3] In terms of portrayal, she said that two major challenges were "keeping a straight face" yet showing suppressed emotion; the challenge of portraying this inner tension pleased Ryan.[4] Regarding her infamous form fitting silver costume, Ryan commented that it was extremely impractical and uncomfortable, but worth the reward of portraying a character like Seven.[5] The starship Voyager (NCC-74656), an Intrepid-class starship. ...


During the course of the series, Ryan portrayed Seven as a woman who was on one hand very logical and matter-of-fact, but also extremely blunt, incapable of naturally expressing human emotion. Seven felt superior and behaved condescendingly towards "human weaknesses" and "human inefficiency", but not without growing a feeling of loyalty towards her crew. A recurring theme writers established was flashbacks of her life before her assimilation. By the end of the series (2001), Seven develops social skills and engages in a relationship with Chakotay. Chakotay, played by Robert Beltran, is a character in Star Trek: Voyager. ...


Pre-assimilation

According to the story line, Annika Hansen was born in Tendara Colony June 2348, to Magnus and Erin Hansen, two of Star fleet's best exobiologists. In 2353, her parents took her on a research mission to study the mysterious race called the Borg. Even though this was prior to Federation's first contact with the Borg in 2365, it is believed that the Hansens had access to the records of the Borg crash site on Earth's Arctic region in 2153 ( ENT: Regeneration). Seven's parents took their ship, the USS Raven, to great lengths to track the Borg until they finally found a Borg cube and followed it through a Borg transwarp corridor that took them to the Delta Quadrant, on the other side of our galaxy. There they began extensively studying the Borg for two years thanks to the Hansens' development of multi-adaptive shielding, a type of stealth technology. Eventually the USS Raven is damaged by a subspace particle storm and their multi-adaptive shielding goes offline temporarily but long enough for the Borg cube to detect them (Dark Frontier). The Hansens are eventually caught and assimilated on their own ship The Raven; Annika was 6 years old by then. Image File history File links Emblem-important. ... Astrobiology (in Greek astron = star, bios = life and logos = word/science), also known as exobiology (Greek: exo = out) or xenobiology (Greek: xenos = foreign) is the term for a speculative field within biology which considers the possible variety of extraterrestrial life. ... Regeneration is the title of a Star Trek: Enterprise television episode from season two. ... In the fictional Star Trek series, the Milky Way Galaxy is divided into four quadrants, which are further subdivided into sectors. ... Dark Frontier is a feature-length episode of Star Trek: Voyager from the fifth season. ... Captain Jean-Luc Picard, as Locutus, undergoing assimilation after his abduction in Star Trek: The Next Generation. ... For other uses, see The Raven (disambiguation). ...


During those brief years the Hansens spent studying the Borg, they found extensive information on Borg and Borg technology. The Hansens studied Borg culture and learned the different Borg designations, as well as the functions of a drone. One important invention was the bio-dampeners they used to transport on board the cube without being detected. This technology was eventually adapted by Voyager's crew during the events of Dark Frontier when Captain Janeway tried to steal a Borg transwarp coil. Dark Frontier is a feature-length episode of Star Trek: Voyager from the fifth season. ...


The Borg years

Seven as a Borg drone.
Seven as a Borg drone.

At some point after her assimilation, Annika was given the Borg designation 'Seven of Nine, Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix Zero-One'. The Borg Collective was all Seven of Nine knew, and they provided her with a sense of order. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ...


During her time as a Borg, Seven helped to assimilate millions of individuals, something which would later motivate her work on board Voyager as a way to deal with her guilt.


Sometime as a Borg, Seven and and three other drones of her unimatrix, Two of Nine, Three of Nine, and Four of Nine, were the only survival of a vessel crash, severing them from the Collective. While the four drones waited by the crash site for another Borg vessel to retrieve them, they slowly began remembering their lives prior to their respective assimilations. Unlike the other drones, Seven wanted to return to the collective and setting up a miniature collective among the other drones. After re-assimilation, the other three drones were eventually permanently separated from the Collective but were still mentally linked because of Seven's actions (VOY: Survival Instinct). Survival Instinct is the second episode of the sixth season of the television series Star Trek: Voyager. ...


Disconnection

Seven's first appearance in Voyager was in the fourth season premiere "Scorpion part II", in which she briefly served as a representative of the Borg during an ill-fated Voyager alliance with the Borg, and Seven is abruptly disconnected from the hive mind. Janeway was aware of Seven's plans for betrayal and devised a plan to sever Seven's connection with the Borg Collective. Commander Chakotay and Chief Engineer B'Elanna Torres, executed their plan when Seven tried to take control of the ship and assimilate the Voyager crew. Once she was severed, the Doctor performed surgery to remove most of her Borg implants and returned her to her natural human form. In the aftermath, she was offered to be addressed by her given human name, Annika Hansen, but chose to retain her Borg designation, Seven of Nine Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix 01, or simply as Seven (in the episode Day of Honor). Chakotay, played by Robert Beltran, is a character in Star Trek: Voyager. ... BElanna Torres, played by Roxann Dawson, is a character in Star Trek: Voyager. ... Day of Honor is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the third episode of the fourth season. ...


Following her disconnection, Seven found a mentor in Janeway, who continues to help her come to terms with her humanity, long-since sublimated by the Borg. The Doctor also provides valuable guidance in enabling her to develop social skills so she can blend in with the Voyager crew. The Doctor subsequently becomes enamored with Seven, but she does not reciprocate these feelings. The Doctor is a character on the science fiction television series Star Trek: Voyager. ...


In two part episode Dark Frontier, Seven reveals some resentment towards her parents for taking their 6 year old daughter on a risky away mission. She reveals to the doctor her hostile feelings towards them "My parents underestimated the Collective. They were destroyed. Because of their arrogance I was 'raised' by Borg!" Dark Frontier is a feature-length episode of Star Trek: Voyager from the fifth season. ...


Her character's storyline takes an unexpected turn in the final episodes of the series as she pursues a relationship with Commander Chakotay, after running simulations with a holographic Chakotay.


After Star Trek: Voyager

Although Paramount only considers the onscreen, live-action Trek episodes and movies to be official canon, Seven has nonetheless continued as a character in the Star Trek novels. In the 2007 Star Trek: The Next Generation novel, Before Dishonor,[6] by Peter David, which is set after the events of Star Trek: Nemesis, Janeway is assimilated by a rogue faction of the Borg, and becomes the new Borg Queen. Seven of Nine, with the aid of Geordi LaForge, Ambassador Spock, and the rest of the Enterprise-E crew, manages to reactivate the Doomsday Machine, (also known as the Planet Killer), the deadly device that was neutralized in the Original Series episode "The Doomsday Machine", and becomes its new occupant, merging with the consciousness of its other inhabitants, much like a somewhat more benign version of the Borg Collective. Now calling herself Seven of the One, she plans to use the Planet Killer against the Borg, as it was the one weapon that was specifically designed to defeat them. The backup plan is to implement Operation: Endgame, the computer virus that had been devised to destroy the Borg in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "I, Borg", which is implanted within Seven. Seven takes the Planet Killer to Earth's star system, where the two ships do battle. The Borg manage to absorb the Planet Killer, and put up a firewall that blocks the Endgame virus. Seven manages to communicate with Janeway's consciousness, buried deep within the Queen's mind. During a brief moment of contact, Janeway brings down the firewall, and the virus destroys the Borg cube, with all hands on board. Although Seven manages to escape, Janeway is killed. At Janeway's memorial service, Seven comforts a distraught Captain Chakotay.[7] The title as it appeared in most episodes opening credits. ... Peter Allen David (often abbreviated PAD) (born September 23, 1956) is an American writer, best known for his work in comic books and Star Trek novels. ... Star Trek Nemesis (Paramount Pictures, 2002; see also 2002 in film) is the tenth feature film based on the popular Star Trek science fiction television series. ... The Borg are a race of cyborgs in the fictional Star Trek universe, first introduced in the Star Trek: The Next Generation TV series. ... This article is about the fictional race of aliens. ... LeVar Burton as Geordi LaForge Geordi La Forge, a character in the Star Trek fictional universe, holds the rank of Lieutenant Commander, and is the Chief Engineer of the USS Enterprise-D and later the USS Enterprise-E, both under captain Jean-Luc Picard. ... The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) is a Sovereign class starship in the Star Trek fictional universe. ... The starship Enterprise as it appeared on Star Trek Star Trek is a culturally significant science fiction television series created by Gene Roddenberry in the 1960s. ... The Doomsday Machine is an episode of Star Trek: The Original Series. ... The title as it appeared in most episodes opening credits. ... I, Borg was the twenty third episode of the fifth season of the television show Star Trek: The Next Generation // Overview: A member of the dangerous cybernetic race known as the Borg is captured by the Enterprise crew and examined. ... Firewall may refer to: Firewall (construction), a physical barrier inside a building or vehicle, designed to limit the spread of fire, heat and structural collapse Firewall (networking), a logical barrier designed to prevent unauthorized or unwanted communications between sections of a computer network Firewall (film), a 2006 action film written...


Personality

Despite Seven's personality seeming to be Vulcan-like, there are differences. At times she shows paradoxical displays of arrogance, warmth, passion, and vulnerability, and the customary curtness of her background as a Borg drone. For the Vulcan homeworld, see Vulcan (Star Trek planet). ...


Seven's mode of speech is also subtly distinctive, with her vocabulary and word choice being reflective of her cyborg heritage. Her speech rarely contains contractions. This characteristic also served to highlight the android nature of Lt. Cmdr. Data in Star Trek: The Next Generation. For other uses, see Cyborg (disambiguation). ... Data[1] is a character, portrayed by Brent Spiner, in the Star Trek fictional universe. ... The title as it appeared in most episodes opening credits. ...


Seven has a tendency to use highly mechanistic, strict binary (or absolutist) logic. She is largely incapable of perceiving "shades of gray" — something is strictly one way or entirely another. As a result, she never describes anything with emotional terms and separates all knowledge and actions into two categories: relevant or irrelevant. In logic, the principle of bivalence states that for any proposition P, either P is true or P is false. ...


Attire

After her recovery from the Borg, Seven initially wore a tight silver catsuit that emphasized her figure. Later in the series, the silver catsuit was replaced with somewhat more discreet dark red, purple, and blue catsuits. The only exceptions to this are seen in "Relativity", in which she wears a Starfleet uniform. She is seen in other forms of attire in episodes such as "The Killing Game" (1940s-era civilian clothing), "Someone to Watch Over Me" (futuristic but elegant dress), "Unimatrix Zero" (pink shirt, grey pants), "Human Error" (elegant dress and Starfleet uniform, both holodeck recreations), "Equinox, Part II" (sundress), and "Workforce" (futuristic professional attire). A woman wearing a black latex catsuit and thigh-high boots. ... Relativity is a fifth season episode of Star Trek: Voyager, first broadcast on May 12, 1999. ... The Killing Game is a two-part episode from the fourth season of Star Trek: Voyager. ... The 1940s decade ran from 1940 to 1949. ... Someone to Watch over Me is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the 22nd episode of the fifth season. ... Unimatrix Zero is a two-part episode of Star Trek Voyager. ... Human Error is an episode of the TV series Star Trek: Voyager, the eighteenth episode of the seventh season. ... A holodeck on the Enterprise-D; the arch and exit are prominent. ... Equinox is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager. ... Workforce was a two-part episode broadcast of the seventh season of the TV series Star Trek: Voyager, first airing in the winter of 2001. ...


The character's attire was criticized by veteran Star Trek writer/producer Ronald D. Moore, who felt she should have a more Borg-like appearance.[8] Her outfit also annoyed some who felt that it was an attempt by the show's creators to make her sexually appealing to male viewers, without any storyline purpose.[9] For other persons named Ronald Moore, see Ronald Moore (disambiguation). ...


Key episodes

Seven plays a central role in the following episodes:

  • Scorpion - Seven's first appearance. She acts as a Borg representative and becomes disconnected from the hive mind.
  • The Raven - Seven experiences flashbacks about a raven as she unknowingly seeks out the ship from which she was assimilated.
  • Retrospect - Seven believes she has been violated by a visiting alien, and she seeks revenge.
  • The Killing Game - In a deadly holodeck recreation of World War II, Seven helps the Doctor win back Voyager from the hands of the Hirogen.
  • The Omega Directive - Seven helps Captain Janeway destroy the volatile - but 'perfect' - Omega molecules.
  • One - A dangerous nebula means that the crew - except for Seven and the Doctor - must go into stasis, and Seven struggles to cope without the company of others.
  • Drone - A transporter accident causes Seven's nanoprobes to assimilate the Doctor's mobile emitter, and a new drone begins to mature. Seven acts as guide and mentor to the new drone. Even though she would not admit it the way she acted was in its way maternal and the drone could easily be considered her son as it was her nanoprobes that caused his birth. The Doctor could also be considered the drones father as he a) said the drone was like his "mother" aka Seven and he claimed that he would do well on Voyager because he had the Doctors mobile emitter. He also refused to take it back because it would have resulted in the drone's death.
  • Infinite Regress - A range of different personalities whom Seven assimilated begin to re-emerge in her.
  • Dark Frontier - The Borg Queen tries to reassimilate Seven into the collective. The episode also follows five-year-old Annika Hansen (Seven) and her parents before they were assimilated by the Borg.
  • Think Tank - Seven is recruited by an alien group of deep thinkers, for her brain skills.
  • Someone to Watch Over Me - The Doctor coaches Seven in the ways of human dating.
  • Relativity - Seven is recruited by Captain Braxton of the Timeship Relativity, to seek out and capture a temporal terrorist.
  • Survival Instinct - Three Borg from Seven's past appear, who ask to be completely separated from each other.
  • The Voyager Conspiracy - Seven suspects that there is a conspiracy going on aboard Voyager, and Janeway and Chakotay begin to investigate one another.
  • Tsunkatse - Seven is forced to fight in a brutal martial arts contest for entertainment.
  • Collective - Voyager encounters a Borg cube populated only by five children; Seven takes them under her wing and severs their link to the Borg Collective.
  • Unimatrix Zero - Seven dreams about her former respite when she was a Borg.
  • Imperfection - After her cortical node begins to malfunction, Seven faces her own death.
  • Body and Soul - The Doctor is forced to inhabit Seven's body.
  • Human Error - Seven practices her social skills on the holodeck.

The Killing Game is a two-part episode from the fourth season of Star Trek: Voyager. ... A holodeck on the Enterprise-D; the arch and exit are prominent. ... Combatants Allied powers: China France Great Britain Soviet Union United States and others Axis powers: Germany Italy Japan and others Commanders Chiang Kai-shek Charles de Gaulle Winston Churchill Joseph Stalin Franklin Roosevelt Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini Hideki Tōjō Casualties Military dead: 17,000,000 Civilian dead: 33,000... The Hirogen are a fictional race in the Star Trek universe. ... The Omega Directive is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the 21th episode of the fourth season. ... Kathryn Janeway (Born: May 20, 2332 in Bloomington, Indiana), played by Kate Mulgrew, is a Starfleet officer in the fictional Star Trek universe. ... Nanoprobes are a fictional, technological device from the Star trek tv series, most commonly used by the race known as the Borg as a method for spreading assimilation of individual people into their society. ... Captain Jean-Luc Picard, as Locutus, undergoing assimilation after his abduction in Star Trek: The Next Generation. ... An infinite regress is a series of propositions arises if the truth of proposition P1 requires the support of proposition P2, and for any proposition in the series Pn, the truth of Pn requires the support of the truth of Pn+1. ... Dark Frontier is a feature-length episode of Star Trek: Voyager from the fifth season. ... Captain Braxton is a Starfleet officer in the Star Trek universe. ... Survival Instinct is the second episode of the sixth season of the television series Star Trek: Voyager. ... The Voyager Conspiracy is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the ninth episode of the sixth season. ... Kathryn Janeway (Born: May 20, 2332 in Bloomington, Indiana), played by Kate Mulgrew, is a Starfleet officer in the fictional Star Trek universe. ... Chakotay, played by Robert Beltran, is a character in Star Trek: Voyager. ... Tsunkatse is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the 15th episode of the sixth season. ... Unimatrix Zero is a two-part episode of Star Trek Voyager. ... Imperfection is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the second episode of the seventh season. ...

Other appearances

  • Seven of Nine appears in the Dilbert episode The Gift as an alarm clock. She wakes Dilbert up by repeating the phrase "Get out of bed. Resistance is futile. Wake up and assimilate the day." When Dilbert attempts to turn her off she tells him not to touch her. He then asks how to turn her off to which she responds "Believe me, I am plenty turned off right now."
  • Seven of Nine also appears in a non-speaking role in the 1999 The Simpsons Halloween episode. In the short entitled "Stretch Dude and Clobber Girl" (which features Lucy Lawless as herself), Seven can be seen in the background encased in mylar by the Collector, the supervillain alter ego of the Comic Book Guy. In a different episode, after Homer Simpson tells him that he would like a copy of Spider-Man #1, the Comic Book Guy replies, "And I would like an hour on the holodeck with Seven of Nine."

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References

  1. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/cult/st/interviews/ryan/page1.shtml
  2. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/cult/st/interviews/ryan/page3.shtml
  3. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/cult/st/interviews/ryan/page5.shtml
  4. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/cult/st/interviews/ryan/page7.shtml
  5. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/cult/st/interviews/ryan/page8.shtml
  6. ^ Star Trek: The Next Generation: Before Dishonor at Amazon.com
  7. ^ David, Peter; Star Trek: The Next Generation: Before Dishonor; 2007.
  8. ^ http://www.space.com/sciencefiction/tv/moore_voyager_001207.html Space.com
  9. ^ http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,289484,00.html Ew.com

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See also

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