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Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 5

Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 5

Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 5 is a highly acclaimed science fiction television series created by Gene Roddenberry. Originally aired from 1987 to 1994, the fifth season of this iconic show continued to captivate audiences with its exploration of the final frontier and its thought-provoking themes.

The cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 5 was led by the charismatic Patrick Stewart, who portrayed the wise and resolute Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Joining him in their quest for knowledge and diplomacy were Jonathan Frakes as the valiant Commander William Riker, LeVar Burton as the insightful Chief Engineer Geordi La Forge, Michael Dorn as the honorable Klingon Worf, and Gates McFadden as the compassionate Doctor Beverly Crusher. The talented ensemble cast also included Marina Sirtis as the empathic Counselor Deanna Troi, Brent Spiner as the inquisitive android Data, and Wil Wheaton as the intelligent Wesley Crusher.

Season 5 of Star Trek: The Next Generation continued to expand the Star Trek universe with its engaging storylines and thought-provoking episodes. From encounters with time-traveling Romulans to exploring the consequences of artificial intelligence, this season delved into the ethical dilemmas faced by the crew of the USS Enterprise-D. The season also introduced compelling characters such as Ensign Ro Laren, played by Michelle Forbes, who brought a vibrant new energy to the series.

One notable episode from this season is "The Inner Light," which takes Captain Picard on a deeply personal journey when he is inexplicably thrust into the life of a deceased alien scientist. This emotionally charged episode showcases Patrick Stewart's exceptional acting skills and remains one of the most beloved episodes of the entire series.

Another memorable episode is "I, Borg," which delves into the ethical implications of using a Borg drone as a weapon against the destructive Borg Collective. This episode challenges the crew's perceptions and prejudices, highlighting Star Trek's enduring message of compassion and understanding.

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A doctor heals the sick and repairs the injured.
A name...
A small moon orbiting the fourth planet.
A strong forearm is certainly an advantage in fencing.
About the Borg.
Acknowledged.
Acknowledged.
Alright. Think of it this way
An area being considered for colonization.
Analysis.
And bartending.
And I am convinced we are doing the right thing.
And in spite of efforts to turn it into some kind of pet,
And now you're questioning whether it should be treated as the enemy?
And return it to the hive.
And suddenly there I was standing there, staring at him.
And that brief moment...
And they will not do any of the soul searching
And we have no hope of negotiating a peace.
Any trouble, we can access the force field through that console.
Are you alright?
Are you ever lonely?
Are you ready?
Are you sure?
Are you sure? You look like you're preparing for a quiet evening.
Aren't you gonna tell me you'll assimilate me?
Aren't you the least bit surprised by him?
At last known course and speed,
At present speed, they will arrive in 31 hours, seven minutes.
Aye, sir.
Because I am not sure he is still a Borg.
Because I didn't want anything to get in the way of our plan.
Because I wouldn't have anything to say.
Because it's been given a name doesn't mean it's not a Borg.
Because it's young doesn't mean that it's innocent.
Because we don't want to live the way you do
Because you're different than we are.
Before total systems failure.
Borg are interconnected. It would act like a virus.
But any intervention would alert the Borg to our having been there
But even in war, there are rules. You don't kill civilians.
But if I lift up, you lunge right underneath.
But if we erase his memory, who he is or who he has become is destroyed.
But if you don't talk to him at least once,
But it is too dangerous.
But now that I have...
But our damping field is blocking both signals.
But perhaps, in that short time before they purge his memory,...
But the Borg leave us no choice.
But they kidnapped you.
But you are Borg.
Can you honestly say you don't have any doubt?
Captain, I do not want to forget that I am Hugh.
Captain, I'd like to go down with him.
Captain, the Borg is still unconscious.
Captain.
Captain's log, star date 45854.2.
Centuries ago when lab animals were used for experiments,
Choose what I want?
Come.
Commander!
Configuration, cubical.
Do you have a name? A means of identification?
Do you know enough about Borg programming
Do you want to go back with the Borg or stay with us?
Does it seem right to help him become an individual and then take it away?
Don't you understand? We're giving you a choice.
Dr Crusher decided for humanitarian reasons to care for him.
Dr Crusher has repaired a lot of the damage to your biochip implants.
Dr Crusher wants to monitor the new implants.
Dr Crusher, transporter room two with a Medical team.
Energize.
Every Borg given the opportunity to experience the feeling of...
Every time you talk about yourself you use the word "we".
Fine.
For somebody like me, losing that individuality is worse than dying.
For that, I need his cooperation.
Four more. None survived.
Geordi is a friend.
Geordi must not be assimilated.
Geordi must not die.
Good. Now stay that way.
Goodbye, Beverly. You saved my life.
Goodbye, Hugh. It was nice getting to know you.
Goodbye.
Guinan. Please come in.
Hang on just a second here, Third of Five.
He does not wish it.
He doesn't understand that the signal is cut off.
He has massive internal injuries. His brain implants were damaged.
He must be hungry.
He seems to be a fully realized individual.
He will be unsuccessful and will store the shape in his memory banks.
He would rather die than be assimilated.
He's alone. For the first time, he has to cope with his environment
He's emitting a homing signal and a subspace beacon,
He's even accepted me as Picard, ship's Captain, and not as Locutus.
He's gotten every one. Eight out of eight.
He's hungry alright.
He's not dead! At least not yet.
He's not what I expected, Captain. He's got feelings. He's homesick.
Helm, take us into transport range.
Here it is quiet. There are no other voices.
Here.
Here.
His name is Hugh. And he's lonely.
How can a geometric form disable a computer system?
How long do we have?
Hugh, a Borg rescue vessel is coming. It will be here within three hours.
Hugh, do you understand we don't want to be assimilated?
Hugh, I'd like to take a closer look at your eyepiece. Is that OK?
Hugh, it's not too late to change your mind.
Hugh?
Hugh.
Hugh. Think about this.
I am attempting to screen out sensor interference.
I am detecting a transmission from within the system.
I am here to facilitate its incorporation.
I am Hugh.
I am Locutus of Borg.
I chose what to do with my life. I make decisions for myself.
I don't know what made me go see him.
I don't know. It doesn't seem right using him this way.
I don't like this sport.
I don't think so, Counsellor.
I doubt it. More likely they'd wipe out his memory of those experiences.
I have a question. What if he doesn't want to go back?
I have considered the implications of having a Borg on this ship.
I have to admit I've been having second thoughts about this plan.
I have weighed the possible risks,
I may have to remove them.
I must return.
I need him in sickbay.
I need to hear you say that you are sure you're doing the right thing.
I need to learn how he processes data.
I see a living, breathing boy who is hurt and needs help.
I see.
I see.
I shall certainly avail myself of your help.
I think I can manage it.
I think I deliberately avoided meeting the Borg
I think we're ready to transport him.
I think what you are saying is that you're lonely.
I thought I understood you, but I don't understand this.
I thought it was just curiosity.
I understand we have a guest on board.
I very much appreciate your concern for me, but it is quite misplaced.
I was thinking how you said the other day that my foil was dipping.
I will follow the Commander. Reactivate the field once we're in.
I will not alter my plans
I will not assist you.
I will not.
I will try to remember you.
I would choose to stay with Geordi.
I would have thought having a Borg on the ship would stir some feelings.
I would suggest that you unattach yourself from the Borg, Mr. La Forge
I'd like to show you a few diagrams and ask you questions about them.
I'd probably have to study the data processing algorithms for the codes.
I'll have to adapt a power conduit and install it in there.
I'll have to go in to connect the power conduit.
I'll set up a subspace damping field around the detention cell.
I'm Beverly, he's Geordi, and you...
I'm Beverly. This is Geordi.
I'm having second thoughts about what we're doing.
I'm here to help, but I don't have to like it.
I'm not sure, sir. Subroutines are complicated.
I'm quite recovered from my experience.
I'm reading one life form. Very weak signs.
I'm studying the components in your prosthesis.
I've been getting to know him. The Borg.
I've rationed his portions of energy. I think he understands.
Identify yourself.
Identify yourself.
If all goes well, a terminal one.
If I didn't know better, I'd think he was scared.
If I'm going to figure out his command pathways,
If they find I am missing, they will come for me.
If this works how I think it will, it'll only be a matter of months
If we could get to the root command,
If you are going to use this person to destroy his race,
If you're here to persuade me not to use the program...
Imagine what this shape would look like turned inside out.
In my experience, they'd ignore him. Do you agree?
Increase power to the shields. Hold us here.
Infect it? You make it sound like a disease.
Is that not easier?
Is that your duty?
Is there anything you wanted to talk about?
Isn't that the point? He'd be reassimilated.
It blows the top off the spatial acuity percentiles.
It comes down to this.
It could be a distress call.
It does kind of suit you.
It is designed so that each step will spawn an anomalous solution.
It is inevitable. All will be assimilated.
It is the only way.
It is the only way.
It is what it is.
It isn't.
It regulates power flow to the frequency you're used to.
It seems to give him very complex visual information
It was an errand of mercy. He was injured.
It was easier having something to call him.
It will be retained for further analysis
It's beautiful. But frightening at the same time.
It's like he's just some kid who's far away from home.
It's my duty to help those who are hurt.
It's not a person, damn it, it's a Borg!
It's the prosthetic eye.
Its continuing mission, to explore strange new worlds,...
Its dimensions indicate a scout ship like the one that crashed.
Just curious.
Just look around, pal. You're hardly in a position to make any demands.
Kill it now. Make it appear it died in the crash.
La Forge gave it to him.