- Dec 19, 2004
^ That was one of my two biggest issues with the ending, that it apparently upends everything Borg related in the entre ST universe, including events of the first season of Pircard (no derelict Borg ship or Hugh). My other issue is how forgiving Picard was in the end. Even if Tallinn got a better timeline and Elnor came back, Q still put everyone through hell (as usual) just so Picard could learn his lesson about releasing the past and forgiving himself. Seven almost died, Rios got shot, Raffi roughed up and almost killed, and Jurati was assimilated. And Q set Soong down an even darker path. Not to mention all the soldiers who got killed after being assimilated. Yet, Q and Picard embraced at the end like it was all good, even better than good.I'm curious if Agnes and the Borg queen combo made a difference in the stories up to now. I mean if she went back 400 years and started the Borg Assimilation to make it more friendly and the brain is Agnes brain, wouldn't that mean all the Borg story lines up to now would now be erased or changed so they never happened the way they were originally portrayed. Picard would of never been Locutes and assimilated back in the original Next Generation series and the Voyager Ending would be different now as well. Especially since Capt. Janeway and here older self Admiral Janeway teamed up to use the Borg transwarp conduit worm hole to get home from the Delta quandrant so much sooner. Wouldn't that Borg queen never have existed now? I guess they won't address the holes in all the shows that now would of been changed or never happened due to Agnes taking over the Borg Queen's job over 400 years earlier.