My Living Dolls


Seven of Nine (born Annika Hansen) is a fictional character introduced in the American science fiction television series Star Trek: Voyager. Portrayed by Jeri Ryan, she is a former Borg drone who joins the crew of the Federation starship Voyager. Her full Borg designation was Seven of Nine, Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix Zero One.[2] While her birth name became known to her crewmates, after joining the Voyager crew she chose to continue to be called Seven of Nine, though she allowed “Seven” to be used informally.

Seven of Nine was introduced in the fourth-season premiere, “Scorpion, Part II“. The character replaced Kes in the main cast, and was intended to introduce a foil to Captain Kathryn Janeway, similar to the role Spock performs for Captain Kirk in Star Trek: The Original Series. The character appeared through the final episode, “Endgame“. Stories related to her relationship with Captain Janeway and with The Doctor appeared throughout the series; some episodes, such as “The Raven“, explored her background and earlier life as Annika Hansen before she was assimilated by the Borg.

Seven of Nine, again played by Ryan, also appears in the series Star Trek: Picard as a recurring character in the first season before being promoted to series regular for the second and third seasons.

Jeri Ryan, Star Trek’s Seven-of-Nine, Then & Now

Jeri Lynn Ryan (Seven-of-Nine) is an American actress best known for her role as the former Borg drone Seven of Nine in Star Trek: Voyager, for which she was nominated four times for a Saturn Award and won in 2001. She has reprised her role as Seven of Nine in Star Trek: Picard.

Lead Creature Designer Neville Page and Prosthetic Designer Vincent Van Dyke go into detail about Seven Of Nine’s (Jeri Ryan) Borg prosthetics, from her arm enhancements to her iconic ocular implant. Stream full episodes of Star Trek: Picard, exclusively in the U.S. on CBS All Access.


  • She also had her cleavage enhancement I mean regeneration garment.
  • Go back to the days of Voyager where she was an actual Borg and then you will see how they were designed.
  • Large and in your face as much as possible.
  • A blue-eyed blonde with that hard, pretty face, and those huge knockers!

Ancient news, but it’s got Jeri Ryan in it, albeit an old, sub-prime version of her. I’ve enclosed the comment from Youtube of the person who uploaded it. I agree with most of it, but I loved both Mortal Kombat movies. I gotta love anything with a kickass, peroxide-blonde in it–no surprise there.

The new movie is somewhat Resident Evil like but I must admit, it looks pretty decent. Much better than I thought it would so far.
For years, people have been trying to get a third Mortal Kombat movie off the ground, and yet for obvious reasons, it never came to pass. The terrible Mortal Kombat: Annihilation basically ensured that another sequel would never see the light of day, but when Warner Brothers picked up the rights to the franchise last year, we started to hear plans about a possible reboot. Now, this week, it looks like we may have our first real proof of said reboot in the form of a short film / promo trailer that has mysteriously found its way online. Did I mention that it happens to star Michael Jai White (Black Dynamite) as Jax and Jeri Ryan (Star Trek: Voyager) as Sonya Blade.

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Seven of Nine (born Annika Hansen) is a fictional character who appears in seasons four through seven of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: Voyager. Portrayed by Jeri Ryan, she is a former Borg drone who joins the crew of the Federation starship Voyager. Her full Borg designation is Seven of Nine, Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix Zero One. The character Seven of Nine arrived just as the character Kes was leaving, and was intended to introduce a foil to Captain Kathryn Janeway in a similar manner as Spock does to Captain Kirk in Star Trek: The Original Series.

Seven of Nine was played by Jeri Ryan for four Voyager seasons. The character was a part of the last four seasons which concluded in 2001 with its seventh season, and Seven was featured in many episodes despite coming later to the series. Seven was introduced in the second part of the episode “Scorpion,” the first episode of the fourth season. The character continued to appear throughout the series until the final episode, “Endgame.” Stories related to her relationship with Captain Janeway and with The Doctor appeared throughout the series.

Several episodes, such as “The Raven,” explored her background and earlier life as Annika Hansen before she was assimilated by the Borg. Her romantic life is a mystery due to her Borg emotional restrictions; she does proposition Harry Kim but he turns her down. Later on, with the Doctor’s assistance, she tries dating other crew unsuccessfully, while later exploring intimate relationships with a hologram of Chakotay. Finally, in the series finale Endgame she is involved in a short-lived romantic relationship with Chakotay which includes at least three dates and a first kiss before she “alters the relationship’s parameters.” However, in one alternate timeline they get married, and in another she is killed along with the rest of the Voyager crew (“Timeless”).

Her real name was known to her crewmates, but after joining the Voyager crew she chose to continue to be called Seven of Nine, though she allowed “Seven” to be used informally.

Seven of Nine, again played by Jeri Ryan, is due to appear in the upcoming series Star Trek: Picard.

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The Borg Queen

Before the film Star Trek: First Contact (1996), the Borg exhibited no hierarchical command structure. First Contact introduced the Borg Queen, who is not named as such in the film (referring to herself with “I am the Borg. I am the Collective… I am the beginning, the end, the one who is many”) but is named Borg Queen in the closing credits. The Queen is played by Alice Krige in this film, in the 2001 finale of Star Trek: Voyager “Endgame“, and in the Star Trek: Lower Decks second season episode “I, Excretus”. The character also appeared in Voyager‘s two-part episodes “Dark Frontier” (1999) and “Unimatrix Zero” (2000), but was portrayed by Susanna Thompson.[10] Whether or not these appearances represent the same queen is never specified. The queen appeared to be killed in both First Contact and “End Game”, so there may be a total of three queens throughout the series. In First Contact, the Borg Queen is seen during a flashback of Picard’s former assimilation, establishing she was present during the events of “Best of Both Worlds”.

The Borg Queen is the focal point within the Borg collective consciousness and a unique drone within the Collective, who brings “order to chaos”, referring to herself as “we” and “I” interchangeably. In First Contact, the Queen’s dialogue suggests she is an expression of the Borg Collective’s overall intelligence, not a controller but the avatar of the entire Collective as an individual. This sentiment is contradicted by Star Trek: Voyager, where she is seen explicitly directing, commanding, and in one instance even overriding the Collective. The introduction of the Queen radically changed the canonical understanding of the Borg function, with the authors of The Computers of Star Trek noting: “It was a lot easier for viewers to focus on a villain rather than a hive-mind that made decisions based on the input of all its members.”[11] First Contact writers Brannon Braga and Ronald D. Moore have defended the introduction of the Queen as a dramatic necessity, noting on the film’s DVD audio commentary that they had initially written the film with drones, but then found that it was essential for the main characters to have someone to interact with beyond mindless drones.

The Borg Queen returned in the second season of Star Trek: Picard, played by Annie Wersching and Alison Pill.

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Summer Glau

Summer Lyn Glau (/ɡlaʊ/; born July 24, 1981 is an American actress best known for her roles in science fiction and fantasy television series: as River Tam in Firefly (2002) and its continuation film Serenity (2005), as Tess Doerner in The 4400 (2005–2007), as Cameron in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2008–2009), and as Isabel Rochev/Ravager in Arrow (2013–2014).

The girl from Screams Are Us
A reflection of my deadly self

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie[3] DCMG (/dʒoʊˈliː/; born Angelina Jolie Voight;[4] June 4, 1975) is an American actress, filmmaker, and humanitarian. The recipient of numerous accolades, including an Academy Award and three Golden Globe Awards, she has been named Hollywood’s highest-paid actress multiple times.

Jolie made her screen debut as a child alongside her father, Jon Voight, in Lookin’ to Get Out (1982), and her film career began in earnest a decade later with the low-budget production Cyborg 2 (1993), followed by her first leading role in a major film in Hackers (1995). She starred in the biographical television films George Wallace (1997) and Gia (1998) and won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the 1999 drama Girl, Interrupted. Her starring role as the titular video game heroine in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001) established her as a leading Hollywood actress. She continued her action-star career with Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005), Wanted (2008), Salt (2010), and The Tourist (2010), and received critical acclaim for her performances in the dramas A Mighty Heart (2007) and Changeling (2008); the latter earned her a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress. Her biggest commercial successes include the fantasy picture Maleficent (2014), its 2019 sequel, and the superhero film Eternals (2021). She has performed a voice role in the animation film series Kung Fu Panda since 2008. Jolie has also directed and written the war dramas In the Land of Blood and Honey (2011), Unbroken (2014), and First They Killed My Father (2017).

Jolie is known for her humanitarian efforts, for which she has received a Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award and made an honorary Dame Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George, among other honors. She promotes various causes, including conservation, education, and women’s rights, and is most noted for her advocacy on behalf of refugees as a Special Envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, a position she held until 2022. Jolie has undertaken over a dozen field missions globally to refugee camps and war zones; her visited countries include Cambodia, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Syria, Sudan, Yemen, and Ukraine.

As a public figure, Jolie has been cited as one of the most powerful and influential people in the American entertainment industry. She has been cited as the world’s most beautiful woman by various media outlets. Her personal life, including her relationships, marriages, and health, has been the subject of wide publicity. She is divorced from actors Jonny Lee MillerBilly Bob Thornton and Brad Pitt. She has six children with Pitt, three of whom were adopted internationally.