Firstly, I am appropriately chastened by the span of time that has passed since my last post. This post is focused on the Seven of Nine Portrayed by Jeri Ryan , and possibly the best character arc, ever. Unfortunately, there were precisely zero decent pictures of it from the evening. When I wore it again, at Concinnity, I took advantage of a photographer on location well, resistance WAS futile and had some better pictures taken. In conjunction with some in progress images, we have enough fuel for a blog! Picture time:.
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April 11, By: TrekMovie. In an interview with The Huffington Post , Ryan says that she mostly looks fondly on her time with Trek. She notes that her character, the Borg Seven of Nine, was "so nuanced and beautifully written" and she was pleased with the arc she took on the series:.
Voyager had a strong start, and was initially popular with critics and fans alike. The show broke several long-standing conventions for the franchise--it was the first series to use computer-generated effects rather than models, the first to have a female captain, and the first to have a liberated member of the Borg join the crew after years of the alien race being one of humanity's most dangerous adversaries. Seven of Nine, played by actress Jeri Ryan, helped to inject some new life into the show when she joined the cast in the fourth season. The Borg are more of a hive-mind collective than a group of individual creatures with their own purpose and distinctive personality. Like bees, ants, and other similar species, individual members of the Borg are known as "drones" and tend to exist only to serve the collective and its queen. Because of this lack of individual autonomy, Borg drones aren't given traditional names--instead, they are given designations based on their basic details.
Many "Star Trek" fans consider " Star Trek: Voyager " to be one of the lesser series in the franchise, paling in comparison to the original or to the fan favorite " Star Trek: The Next Generation. The move was a successful one, and fans enjoyed watching Seven grow from a robotic assimilator into a human being. In fact, her storyline was the most comprehensive and in-depth of all the characters. Her skintight outfit probably helped, too. Do you still look back fondly on your "Star Trek" days? Some parts more than others, but yeah, she was a great character to play. As an actor, that's really a gift. She had a huge development arc -- she didn't even start out human!