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AssimilationStar Trek: Picard : Season 2 Episode 3


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AssimilationStar Trek: Picard : Season 2 Episode 3


There's a deeper reason why the Borg Queen (Annie Wersching) assimilated Dr. Agnes Jurati (Alison Pill) in Star Trek: Picard season 2 and it ties into the personal needs of the cybernetic tyrant. Agnes allowed the Borg Queen to assimilate her in Star Trek: Picard season 2, episode 3, "Assimilation," but it was a ruse so that Jurati could "steal a bunch of s***" from the Queen's mind. This included the location of the Watcher, who turned out to be Tallinn (Orla Brady), a Supervisor linked to the Star Trek: The Original Series episode, "Assignment: Earth." Yet the Borg Queen was so impressed by Agnes' deceit that she desired to assimilate Jurati fully, and the Queen fulfilled her need in Star Trek: Picard season 2, episode 5, "Fly Me To The Moon."


The Borg Queen (Annie Wersching) assimilating Dr. Agnes Jurati (Alison Pill) in Star Trek: Picard season 2 suggests a massive change to the Borg going forward. Jurati allowed the Queen to enter her mind in Star Trek: Picard season 2, episode 3, "Assimilation," so that she and Jean-Luc Picard could gain the coordinates to the Watcher, who turned out to be Tallinn (Orla Brady), a Supervisor linked to the Star Trek: The Orginal Series episode, "Assignment: Earth." Although Agnes tricked the Borg Queen, "stole a bunch of s***," and severed their connection, the sinister cybernetic tyrant kept her hooks in Jurati.


The bond between the Borg Queen and Agnes Jurati could have major consequences for the future of the Borg. In Star Trek: Picard season 2, episode 5, "Fly Me To The Moon," the Borg Queen decided turnabout was fair play and she conned Agnes in retaliation for being outsmarted. The Queen's elaborate plot had her impersonate Picard's crew to summon a policeman to the abandond Chateau Picard in La Barre, France. The Borg's ruler then held the cop hostage, which forced Agnes to shoot the Queen to save the policeman. But it was later revealed that the Queen wanted Jurati to open fire with a shotgun and kill her mutilated cyborg body, which limited the Queen's ability to act. The Borg Queen actually reassimilated Agnes, who didn't actively resist, and the duo now shares Dr. Jurati's body, with none of Picard's crew suspecting the truth.


The Borg Queen's partnership with Agnes Jurati may only be the beginning and it could result in a new iteration of the Borg. The cybernetic monsters have been the most popular Star Trek villains since they were introduced in Star Trek: The Next Generation but they have been largely unchanged since their debut in the 1989 TNG episode, "Q Who" The Borg Queen (Alice Krige), who was created as the main villain of Star Trek: First Contact in 1996, was really the last major update to the Borg. The Federation's greatest antagonists are due for a significant upgrade and Star Trek: Picard season 2 may be setting up Dr. Jurati as the key to the Borg's evolution. 59ce067264






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