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Drone

Review

Series : Voyager Rating : 4
Disc No : 5.1 Episode : 96
First Aired : 21 Oct 1998 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Les Landau Year : 2375
Writers : Bryan Fuller, Harry Doc. Kloor Season : 5
Guest Cast :
J. Paul Boehmer as One Todd Babcock as Lieutenant Mulchaey
YATI : Where does the mass for the mobile emitter's assimilation tubule come from? If it's made from parts of the emitter then surely the doctor wouldn't be able to use it again afterwards. If it's made from nanoprobes where does the material come from to make the nanoprobes.
Great Moment : One's death scene with Seven of Nine.
Body Count : One himself, plus the complement of a Borg sphere.
Factoid : J. Paul Boehmer, who plays One in this episode, also played a holographic Nazi in Voayer's "The Killing Game."
Quote : One : "Joke, a verbal comment or gesture designed to provoke laughter."
EMH : "I see you've got your mothers sense of humour."

Plotline

A transporter accident allows some of Sevens nanoprobes to infect the EMH's mobile emitter. The result is "One", a Borg drone equipped with 29th century technology. But as Seven attempts to show One the benefits of individuality, the Borg sense his presence and come looking for the technology which could make them truly invincible.


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