CBS (ended 1994)
|They'd better come up with a better plotline than that if they really intend to do a movie. Why not just do one with the Voyager cast?|
If a Voyager movie is considered a "better plotline", then I'm President of the Berman Fan Club!
Apparently you didn't hear the sarcasm in my voice...
|Here's another idea: The origin of the Borg....We've already seen into the inner workings and daily lives of the Federation's other enemies: Klingons, Romulans, Cardassians. It would be nice to see the same from the Borg, however hopeless they may be.|
|That is rather cliche, though, isn't it? My idea regarding that would be to have the Borg being rotten to begin with, and using technology that winds up overwhelming them. That would add a better sense of irony to it.|
And then what? Their transformation makes them realize how bad they really are, but it's too late to change? That's not very Star Trek like, so let's not give the guys doing this any more ideas, shall we. Each major civilization/villain in Star Trek has a reason for being the way they are: The Klingons, back in Kirk's day they just felt that being the warriors they are meant they should rule over all. Similar ideals were from the Cardassians and Romulans. And the Founders were beings of order, and felt the galaxy was lacking in that. None of these species were bad, they just didn't go about obtaining their goals the right way, and they all saw that in the end.