Featured status Edit

FA nomination (26 Aug - 12 Sept 2004, Failed) Edit

Seven of Nine: Most of the article is to User:A peckover's credit. I think it's good work and worth to be featured. --BlueMars 01:36, Aug 26, 2004 (CEST)

Not voting for or against as I'm biased, but thanks BlueMars. :-) Alex Peckover 08:39, Aug 26, 2004 (CEST)
  • Opposed. Still needs alot of work. What about her relationship to that drone, created by her nanoprobes and the mobile emitter, for one thing. -- Redge | Talk 13:08, 26 Aug 2004 (CEST)
If you want, Redge, I would be happy to improve the article based on a few suggestions from yourself (or others). Alex Peckover 15:29, Aug 26, 2004 (CEST)
I could sum a few facts up from the top of my head, but throughout the series, paragraphs of more information on Seven is to be found, and I wouldn't know where to begin. I suggest an extensive desciption of the story of her and the drone I mentioned, and a more elaborate description of her relationship with the doctor and her social lessons, to start with. Of course, there's much more, I'm just summing a few things up off the top of my head. It'll take a lot more info before it is ready to be featured, IMO. -- Redge | Talk 16:39, 26 Aug 2004 (CEST)
  • Opposed for now. It definitely needs more detail about her "personal" life (or lack thereof ;-). -- Dan Carlson | Talk 02:16, Sep 3, 2004 (CEST)
Again, I am open to suggestions. I added information on her relationships with Icheb, The Doctor, Axum and One yesterday. Alex Peckover 08:28, Sep 3, 2004 (CEST)
  • seconded (Votes must be signed!) -- Dan Carlson | Talk 20:57, Sep 8, 2004 (CEST)
  • Seconded. --BlueMars 22:55, Sep 8, 2004 (CEST)
Archived. -- Dan Carlson | Talk 02:05, Sep 12, 2004 (CEST)

FA nomination (21 Sept - Jan 2005, Failed) Edit

Seven of Nine. After a previous rejection this article is now worth to be featured. --BlueMars 14:57, Sep 21, 2004 (CEST)

I still think there's quite a bit about Seven which could be added here; there are many important Seven-centric episodes left out as well as minor details from other episodes. Everything currently there is very good, though. -- SmokeDetector47 20:06, 24 Dec 2004 (CET)
  • I'm going to take the unusual step of objecting to an article I started. I'm not completely happy with the edits that have been made since I've been gone. Alex Peckover 18:13, Jan 3, 2005 (CET)

FA nomination (08 Apr - 17 Apr 2005, Success) Edit

"Seven of Nine" -- Although I started this article, I think it has been vastly improved by a large group effort, so I'm nominating it (once again) for Featured Article status. Alex Peckover 07:32, 8 Apr 2005 (EDT)

  • Support. I see no reason for objection. Its a very good article, extended write-up on history and relationships... Good work! Ottens 08:37, 9 Apr 2005 (EDT)
  • Support. Agreed, a very exhaustive article. --Brad Rousse 18:01, 10 Apr 2005 (EDT)
  • Reject. I agree that this article is exhaustive, but, in my opinion, it is perhaps too long. There are sections, for example the part about her family, that could be moved to a different page. It would take alot of sifting to find out what you'd wanted to find when you arrive at this page. zsingaya 11:41, 11 Apr 2005 (EDT)

The article only reflects the extensive development the character received. The article is no longer than some of the other featured articles on this site. Alex Peckover 11:51, 11 Apr 2005 (EDT)

Check out the Galaxy class article when you think the Seven of Nine page is too long... Anyhow, I think that how long a page is shouldn't matter for it to be featured or long. Especially being "too long" is not a valid reason for objection! Ottens 11:53, 11 Apr 2005 (EDT)
This is only my opinion, and I believe that my opinion is as valid as anyone elses, but there are clear differences between the Galaxy class page and the Seven of Nine page. The Galaxy class page, in my opinion, is much more structured and better layed out, with pictures breaking up the text to make it easier to read. Not only do the pictures add structure, they also add further dimensions to the article that I don't believe the Seven of Nine article has. zsingaya 12:06, 11 Apr 2005 (EDT)
  • Support. Well written and detailed. I do not believe that length (or lack of it) should be a characteristic that determines worthiness for featured status. My criteria are completeness and quality of the writing. -- Balok 12:56, 14 Apr 2005 (EDT)
  • Support; I included images which, while not wholly necessary, makes the latter half of the article seem a lot less stark. — THOR 14:43, 14 Apr 2005 (EDT)
  • Support; With THOR's pictures, I think the article is much better. Pictures really do make a lot of difference! zsingaya 13:40, 15 Apr 2005 (EDT)

Things I'm going to add Edit

  • Relationships with Naomi Wildman, Torres and Janeway.
  • Seven related details various Seven-centric episodes that I haven't already dealt with: "Day of Honor", "The Raven", "Prey" (mainly the big act of insubordination), "Omega Directive", "One", "Infinite Regress", "Bliss", "Think Tank", "Relativity", "Survival Instinct", "The Voyager Conspiracy", and "Body and Soul". The preceding unsigned comment was added by A peckover (talk • contribs).

Suggestions Edit

The intro paragraph is very focussed on Mr. and Mrs. Hansen and not Seven. In my opinion, this info should be moved to either another section of the article or to the Hansen's article. -- Mjwilco 22:26, 27 Sep 2004 (CEST)

I believe that is true.... but recent changes have made it better :)--RobinLefler 01:55, December 8, 2010 (UTC)

bad math Edit

If Annika Hansen was born in 2348 and assimilated at the age of 6, it would not have been 2356. Is this a Memory Alpha typo or an example of the Voyager writers using bad math? (signed long after statement in response to below) Tyrant 01:37, 12 Mar 2005 (GMT)Tyrant

The above comments aren't signed & dated, but the problem they point to is a real one. What are the sources for the 2348 and 2356 dates and the "at the age of six" line? If it's a Voyager internal inconsistency, it should be noted on the page as such. If it's a MA mistake, it should be fixed.--Josiah Rowe 23:42, 11 Mar 2005 (GMT)
The source of Annika being assimialted at six years old comes from "The Raven", where she says, "I had my birthday here. My cake had six candles, and one more to grow on. And then the men came."--Tiberius 01:12, 29 November 2006 (UTC)
It was also confirmed in "Once Upon A Time" and later in the novel "Homecoming"; Seven tells Neelix that she was six when she was assimilated in the former, and Janeway mentions in her debriefing that Seven was assimilated at six in the latter. I'm guessing that her date of birth should be 2350, not 2348. 21:40, 21 February 2008 (UTC) Regan.
However, if Annika was born in 2350, then she would have been about three years old when the Hansen's left on that trip. We saw Annika the day before they left on that trip in a flashback in "Dark Frontier", and she didn't look three years old. Even taking into account that Annika doesn't appear to age at all in those three years (we see her just before they are assimilated in that episode as well), Annika is putting together sentecnes in a much more coherent manner than what I would expect from a three year old. If we take her birthdate as 2348, then she'd be five years old at that point, and her grammar is much more suitable. I personally prefer that her birthdate is 2348. The line regarding her birthday cake - "I had my birthday here. My cake had six candles, and one more to grow on. And then the men came." - doesn't neccessarily mean that the Borg came very shortly afterwards. After all, Seven, when she says this line, is remembering events not only from two decades or so previously, but also after having her mind and memories poked around with by the collective. There's no guarantee that the Borg didn't come two years after the event, and the time was compressed by her imperfect recollection of it.--Tiberius 02:43, 27 September 2008 (UTC)
If it's good enough for Seven and Janeway, it should be good enough for us. Age 6 at assimilation. -- 18:46, 28 September 2008 (UTC)
Using the source to justify that same source? Circular logic isn't valid. --Tiberius 23:22, 6 October 2008 (UTC)
It's not the same source. You're right - "The Raven" by itself doesn't prove "the men came" to her 6th birthday party (or soon after - whatever). In the OTHER source, Seven SAYS she was six. Where's the circularity? There isn't any. I wonder where the 2348 birthdate comes from, anyway? My point is - we have the character stating explicitly her age at assimilation. My opinion is that other information that would seem to contradict this does not justify denying "age six at assimilation". The only thing we know about her birthdate is the stardate, which we all by now know can't be correlated with calendar dates or years. So my opinion is that 2348 isn't really her birth year, unless there's some piece of canon somwehere which says that that's when stardate 25479 was. --TribbleFurSuit 01:24, 7 October 2008 (UTC)
I agree. She SAYS she was 6. It's stated onscreen. More than once, by several characters. What more do you want? It doesn't get any more canon than that. I say go with the true onscreen canon, meaning age 6 at assimilation. Her onscreen statement is true canon, not some dubious date calculation done by some fan or a writer. That cannot be used as canon, cause it simply isn't. It doesn't matter that Jeri Ryan was older than the character she played or that the little girls who played Seven were older too. It doesn't matter what the stardate was, the writers themselves have admitted to making mistakes in that half the time. Seven states her age in the series in the episode "The Raven". Her literal words being "I had my birthday here. There was a cake with six candles and one to grow on. Then the men came." Janeway too says it in the episode "The Gift" "Most people don't take their six year old daughter along". And then again by Seven in "Once upon a time" by Neelix. And again in the novel Homecoming by Janeway. There... that's four confirmed statements. That's canon. So her age was 6 at assimilation. Not 8 or 9. But 6. So this is maybe some bad math on the writers part or a mistake on the side of MA. Either way it should be fixed. --Marjolijn 09:17, 7 October 2008 (CET)
Well, three of those statements don't prove anything to do with the date she was assimilated. "Taking a sixyearold" on a three-year trip doesn't automatically mean she was six at the end. We already talked about how the sixth birthday preceded the assimilation, but we don't know by how much. And the novel doesn't count here. Nevertheless: The "Once Upon a Time" statement is canon. So is the stardate. 2348 is not, as far as anyone has been able to show so far. FYI, "six" was changed to "eight" in the article by some annonny back in March 2005. It's not like some consensus was developed here on MA supporting the age of eight "interpretation". Somebody changed it and nobody noticed or thought much of it until now. But before that it was "six". The birth year 2348 has been in there ever since the very first edit. Nobody ever questioned its canonicity. Until now. --TribbleFurSuit 17:37, 7 October 2008 (UTC)
Actually, that's not true. Josiah Rowe did question it above, he never got any answer. I think it's time to go back to age six, and to replace 2348 with 2350. --TribbleFurSuit 17:40, 7 October 2008 (UTC)
You know what else: I think we need to get rid of the "June 24" birthday date too. It seems to have been calculated with one of those non-canon online stardate calculators (as if calculation were possible *snicker*), also added by another annonny, and never confirmed. If there's any canon reference, I hope someone knows. --TribbleFurSuit 17:45, 7 October 2008 (UTC)
Here I go, then. --TribbleFurSuit 18:16, 21 October 2008 (UTC)

Seven crying over One's death? Edit

I modified this bit:

  • Seven mourned [One] as if she had lost a son, crying for the first time.

I removed the reference that she cried. I remember that she was indeed quite upset over his death, but I'm positive she didn't actually cry. Randee15 17:05, 20 Jan 2005 (CET)

I just watched Drone. Seven was definitely upset, but I didn't see any tears. Little Fuzzy Cygnet 01:43, 22 March 2008 (UTC)

Pictures of Seven's body Edit

Not a lot of pictures here show Seven from the neck down. I think they would help the article a lot.

I'm saying this out of a desire to illustrate her (5?) various futuristic costumes, of course, in relation to uniform and costuming notes in the article describing them as "infamous". -- Captain Mike K. Barteltalk 01:55, 4 Jul 2005 (UTC)

This is not exactly addressing your point, but I remember that not long ago there was a picture in the article of Seven as a full borg drone, which showed her from the waist up, looking to the side. Much better than the picture of her as a full borg that there is now in the article. Whatever happened to that? --Timo Takalo 21:45, 15 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Explaining removal to young naive 26 year oldsEdit

I removed this comment:

It is likely that Seven was placed in a maturation chamber, perhaps explaining the age difference between Seven and Jeri Ryan.

Jeri Ryan was born in 1968, and Seven of Nine was born in 2348. That means when Seven premiered in 1997 (2374), Jeri was 29, and she was playing a 26-year-old. I personally don't find that a very big age difference, at least not one worth noting in such a way.--Tim Thomason 02:41, 2 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Searching for Seven of Nine Edit

Doing a search on memory alpha for 'Seven of Nine' or 'Seven' yields absolutely no results. What's up with that? --Timo Takalo 20:45, 16 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Seconded. Wtf? The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).
Both "Seven" and "Nine" are probably stop words, which means that you can't search for them using a MediaWiki search engine because they are too "common."--Tim Thomason 07:07, 3 Oct 2005 (UTC)


We might be able to get some dates between 2356 and 2373 if we check some of the Borg flash back episodes. Perhaps "Survival Instinct"? Jaf 18:23, 17 Sep 2005 (UTC)Jaf

The RavenEdit

How did it get to the Delta Quadrant? The article and common sense both say that the Raven was assimilated clear back in the Alpha Quadrant.. but in the eponymous episode, the wreck of the Raven is in B'omar space?? The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

In VOY: "Barge of the Dead", they temporarily believe they found a shard of klingon metal. B'Elanna rationalizes that "the borg probably assimilated a bird of prey in the alpha quadrant, and blew the spare parts out the air lock on their way back to the delta quadrant". Maybe that's what happened? - AJHalliwell 06:02, 3 Oct 2005 (UTC)
The USS Raven was swept up into a transwarp conduit while following a Borg cube in the Romulan Neutral Zone and ended up in the Delta Quadrant.--Tim Thomason 07:07, 3 Oct 2005 (UTC)

Deep Space 4 Database InformationEdit

Greetings, while watching "The Gift", Kathryn Janeway showed Chakotay a biographical file of Annika Hansen/Seven of Nine (around 7 minutes into the episode). The words seem hard to read, but I am sure somebody with a keen eye could read the information. Some of this information may be useful for the article. - Adm. Enzo Aquarius 23:08, 30 January 2006 (UTC)

A Swedish Borg... Edit

Well, Annika Hansen suggests that Seven is originally Swedish (at least from her father's side). I'm asking myself whether this is in response to First Contact, where Lily Sloane says when first hearing about the Borg: "Sounds Swedish." and later on "Definitely not Swedish." So they might have introduced a Swedish person here in response to this. The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

Actually, "Hansen" is more of a norwegian name. Had it been "Hansson", then it would have been typically swedish. /Druj
The surname "Hansen" is used in Norway, Germany and Denmark, and the name "Annika" is used in Germany, Sweden and Finland. So it seams that "Annika Hansen" is from Germany. The Borg: "Sounds Swedish." was a joke referring to Björn Borg, a swedish tennis player. Lt. Commander Kacper 21:23, 10 June 2007 (UTC)
The Borg comes from the word Cyborg an orgainic creature that is enhanced with or replaced with artifical ones to improve or extend the life of that creature, while the Human name of Seven of name is said to be German it is not uncommen for other countrys and luagguges to use names not native to them- 00:21, 11 June 2007 (UTC)! =P
My name is Annika, and it is definitely originally Swedish. Borg is also a definite reference to 'cyborg'MajorTom1 01:30, June 7, 2010 (UTC)

The dates of the Raven's voyage Edit

The chronology section says that the Raven left in 2354 and wa assimilated in 2356. However, Seven has said that they spent three years following the Borg at close range, and "Dark Frontier" establishes that the Hansens were searching for the Borg for 8 months before finding them. This means that from the time that the hansens started searching for the borg to the time that they were assimilated was at least 3 years and 8 months. It is impossible to fit such a period in between 2354 and 2356. it is much more likely that the Hansens left to search for the Borg in 2353, the year before what is mentioned in this article. Unless anyone objects in the next few days, i'll change the article as well as the 2354 page to reflect this.--Tiberius 01:10, 29 November 2006 (UTC)

Wonderful article! Edit

Hi, just wanted to stop by and say what a great article this is! I came here through a link at Seven's article in Wikipedia, and boy, no comparison. This is brilliant. So lots of kudos to the people that made this possible! :) Raystorm (at Wikipedia) 30 Dic 2006

Weird costume choices. Edit

Is it just me, or does Seven's outfit always seem,... impractical? In many episodes you can see her in 3-inch heels, which would be incredibly painful to work in, considering that she never seems to sit or lie down. It's also fairly disturbing that her boobs are ALWAYS clearly visible through her, uh, spandex? It's a wonder that any of the male crewmen got any work done. The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

Well, both the original Trek, and enerything scince, at least one female character is dressed in impractical, sexist clothes. I agree though, it is amazing Voyager lasted that long with her wandering around the ship in that.
-Someone to lazy to sign in The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

Trivia EditEdit

I personally asked Claudia Christian at a recent convention she was a guest of if it were true that she auditioned for the role of Seven of Nine. She denied it in no uncertain terms, and thus I've removed it from the main page unless someone can back it up a with a citation. The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

Hinted Romance with Janeway Edit

Should there be a mention of this in the article? The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

If I recall correctly, I heard that the romance between them was written out of the scripts after the two actors laid it on a bit too heavilly (As in the missing pip intro scene). I don't think it is worth a mention since it never developed. Talon Lardner 03:15, 8 September 2007 (UTC)
I think there should be a mention of it in the article. I know that it was never developed on screen but that's why they call it subtext. It is supposed to be subtle. Remember that the character of Seven of Nine was originally intended to be the first main gay character on Star Trek. The producers at Paramount chickened out of it just before they started shooting but it was confirmed to be true by a member of the Production team. The writers and actors decided to at least keep some of the original story in the show. And the subtext that was displayed on screen really gave the character a certain dept. It is important to the show and the character even if it was never fully developed on screen. I believe it is worth mentioning, even if it's only trivia, because some people wouldn't know of it just by watching the show. It is very subtle. Marjolijn 12:34, 10 September 2007 (CET)
"Was originally intended to", "the producers chickened out", "was confirmed by a member of the team" - all of this is really vague. If you can cite a reliable resource for any of this, it could of course be added to the article, but at the moment this is just unconfirmed hearsay. -- Cid Highwind 11:18, 10 September 2007 (UTC)
Alright, follow this link Sexuality in Star Trek#Star Trek: Voyager. It's where I got most of my information. I only heard about most of this years later because the show aired much later in my country. Other things I heard about second hand only recently from people living in the USA who supported the Voyager Visibility Project. Furthermore evidence of it is noticeable in the show itself. The cast and crew tried to keep some of it in the show. The subtext is clearly there in the show in the fourth and fifth season, after that it drops off pretty much to nothing. There is a clear connection to the rising amount of attention to the subtext and the disappearing of it in the show. Showing that the producers once again ordered the cast and crew to stop what they were suggesting. -- Marjolijn 22.36, 11 September 2007 (CET)
A link to another wiki is not a valid source. fail. 11:23, 3 July 2009 (UTC)
So what's the conclusion of this discussion? I'll gladly add it to page myself as soon as the go ahead is given. I've done my best to give referenced sources and since the hinted romance has been a much discussed subject about the Seven of Nine character, I do believe it is worth mentioning. Many will agree that it was something that was present in the show, even if it was just subtext. Therefore I say that since this is a reference source to Star Trek and all that the franchise entails it should indeed be mentioned. I state firmly that since it was present in the show it should at least be mentioned. -- Marjolijn 23.30, 22 November (CET)
Well....? Doesn't anyone have an opinion on this? Should it be mentioned and if yes then were? Usually people on MA are quick to give a response or make the right decision following whatever the consensus in the group is, so why not here? Surely we can come together and decide this? I've done my best to give proper referenced sources as requested in order to confirm its existence. I feel I have succeeded in this (unless others disagree and if so please state why) so I say it should be added, nay, must be added. MA prides itself for being the best in-depth online Star Trek Encyclopedia so let's continue doing just that. Please respond so a decision can be made. Whether or not it's yes or no, then at least we'll have discussed it and made the decision as a group of peers. --Marjolijn 11:11, 11 December 2007 (CET)
What episode is the "missing pip intro scene" in? 09:08, 26 March 2008 (UTC)
"Someone to Watch Over Me" TribbleFurSuit 03:02, 1 April 2008 (UTC)

359? Edit

The article states that there is evidence Seven was present at the Battle of Wolf 359. Where is this evidence from? I think it should be removed, as I don't recall anything like that...--Tiberius 04:30, 11 November 2007 (UTC)

Actually there is some evidence she was present at Wolf 359. In the episode "Infinite Regress", one of the personalities that surfaces from Seven's subconsciousness is a woman who was searching for her missing son who's ship was at Wolf 359. This means that Seven must have assimilated this woman at or near Wolf 359. Since the Borg Queen was present during that Borg incursion and since she obviously somehow escaped the destruction of the cube, it can be assumed that another Borg ship rendezvoused with the cube and then returned to the Delta Quadrant carrying the Queen and possibly several of her drones with them. Seven's Unimatrix was 01, meaning the Queen's Unimatrix, therefore she may have been a member of the Queen's party during Wolf 359. It's a little bit of a stretch, I know, but it could very well have been the writers intention to make it appear as if Seven had been present at the Battle at Wolf 359. --Marjolijn 12:50, 11 November 2007 (CET)
It is never stated that the personalities Seven manifests in "Infinite Regress" are people she herself assimilated. The dialog is as follows:
DOCTOR: During your time with the Borg, the Collective assimilated hundreds of different species. All of those neural patterns were integrated into the Hive Mind.
SEVEN: Of course.
DOCTOR: That means they're in your mind too, stored within your cortical implants. Dormant until now.
Those personalities could have come from anywhere, not necessarily from places where Seven was present. - Bridge 15:47, 11 November 2007 (UTC)

Given this, I'm going to remove the claim that Seven was at Wolf 359.--Tiberius 02:40, 12 November 2007 (UTC)

But he has a point with Seven's Unimatrix. -- 00:18, 6 February 2008 (UTC)

That doesn't neccessarily mean that Unimatrix 1 was on that particular Borg Cube. I think it's more likely that Unimatrix 1 is in the giant unicomplex we saw in Dark Frontier, and the Queen left to go to Earth.--Tiberius 23:29, 13 February 2008 (UTC)

Anyone assimilated by any borg drone anywhere at all would be known by all other borg drones. Hence the collective. (Vince 03:16, 4 March 2008 (UTC))

Identity crisesEdit

For me Identity crises means B'Elanna Torres's struggle with her Human and klingon part, not 3 episodes (2 of them has almost all the crew with "Identity crises"). -- 00:24, 6 February 2008 (UTC)

I am not sure if this is the place to say this but I dont know how anyone can like anything about Seven. She is cold, frigid, distanced, unfriendly, rude. She is not even remotely charming, or interesting; she never has anything intelligent to say (outside of technical stuff). She is like a bad mechanical version of a Vulcan. I bet if you cut her, she'd bleed ice cubes. Unlike all of the other Star Trek characters, she has absolutely no redeeming qualities. I just realized that the other day. I dont understand why Janeway is so infatuated with her or why anyone in the crew is trying so hard and has done so much for her. Even Tuvok has more charm. If that's what the writers intended, then good job I guess. The only times i liked her was when she was someone else. – Distantlycharmed 00:21, 20 October 2008 (UTC)
Generally, posts on the article talk pages must be germane to the article itself, and not have personal observations about them(no matter how valid). A Forum discussion would be the best place for such a post. --31dot 00:30, 20 October 2008 (UTC)

Scientific AccomplishmentsEdit

It has many unimportant data:

  • adapting the quantum slipstream drive is nice, but it's not Seven's accomplishment that Harry sent a message
  • omega particles: containing them rocks, but she didn't stabilize them, it was spontaneus

And there's a lot more. My question is: I'm the only one who sees this as unneceseary? -- 00:34, 6 February 2008 (UTC)

Doesn't Include ...Edit

... the abilities she retained from her Borg physiology after separating from the Collective, like her increased strength/agility, extra-Human vision characteristics, ability to walk through force fields, nano-probe tendrils, etc. ( 01:03, 16 March 2008 (UTC))

Photographic Memory Edit

Is there any mention to Seven's photographic (eidetic) memory developing when she was a child, or was this an attribute she received as a result of being in the Collective? --Kahwless 04:06, 18 June 2009 (UTC)

Should the article be retitled "Annika Hansen" ? Edit

And just have "Seven of Nine" redirect here. Just a thought. I mean, that is her real name. 09:04, November 14, 2009 (UTC)

She might disagree, as that's what she was last known as. It's also what most people would probably search for or look her up as.--31dot 11:49, November 14, 2009 (UTC)
It's also what Jeri Ryan was credited as.--31dot 11:56, November 14, 2009 (UTC)

Actress as a child?Edit

Shouldn't this article list the actress who played her as a child? --Esllera 15:51, March 16, 2010 (UTC)

It does. In the background section. Perhaps it should also be in the sidebar. Not certain. -- sulfur 16:00, March 16, 2010 (UTC)
Right, but since there is no Annika Hansen page, there is the quandary about the sidebar. I know this is a pretty massive suggestion, but couldn't the main title of the page be Seven of Nine/Annika Hansen? That would make everything make more sense to me. --Esllera 03:29, March 19, 2010 (UTC)

Mispronunciation Edit

Don't know whether this is going to be deleted or not, but for a while now I've been wondering whether the writers of Voyager made a big f*ck-up with her name for convenience. If you check back in Trek, you'll find that Borg designations were once the grammatical versions. If they'd followed the original naming, then she and all borg would have been named: Seventh of Nine, eighth, ninth, etc. It doesn't have the same ring to it that seven of nine does. But isn't it a big mistake?Lightningbarer 13:47, May 3, 2010 (UTC)

picture of the cortical implant Edit

I'm not a frequent reader of alpha and I did not make a single entry until now, but I have a suggestion for a picture. I just watched S05E06 (the one in the alternate timeline when the crew is dead) where the doctor inspects the cortical implant dissected from Seven's head. That screenshot could be a good addition to this article

I feel not ready to do this myself, but someone 'round here might be interested :-)

live long and prosper

-- 19:13, June 30, 2010 (UTC)

Rank? Edit

Seven of Nine in uniform

What is her rank? was that ever mentioned? 09:02, October 7, 2011 (UTC)

Since she never wore a uniform, I don't think she had a rank.--31dot 09:03, October 7, 2011 (UTC)
She held a position in Astrometrics, but she wasn't a member of Starfeet. In her idealized holo-fantasy, she wore a sciences uniform without any rank insignia, suggesting that she didn't expect any rank even if she was given a field commission. - Archduk3 10:09, October 7, 2011 (UTC)
Actually, Janeway explicitly stated in Nightingale that Seven has no rank. - 05:40, December 22, 2011 (UTC)
The closest rank would be Master Chief Petty Officer, but she was not enlisted in Star Fleet nor The Maquis, and declined Icheb's offer to join Star Fleet Academy with him. In Correct (talk) 14:19, December 31, 2018 (UTC)

Tolerance of alcohol Edit

I deleted an entry that stated "Seven of Nine had a low tolerance for alcohol, and even a sip can cause a deep drunkenness." While this would seem to be true in the episode "Timeless", the fact is contradicted in "Endgame", where she shares a glass of wine with Chakotay. It could be conjectured that the Doctor gave her something that would make spirits more tolerable. The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).

In Timeless (episode) it is explicitly stated that the mix of Carbon Dioxide and Alcohol in the Champagne is what causes her to lose control. In a later episodes she eschews Champagne for a glass of punch and in Endgame (episode) is drinking flat wine. Lt.Lovett (talk) 10:05, September 17, 2013 (UTC)

Age Edit

The birthdate given in the side bar is 2350 but when searched using a stardate calculator it is given as [direct copy from site] Thu Apr 04 2346 could that be seen as a more accurate date Hutchy01 (talk) 20:22, July 16, 2014 (UTC)

Stardate calculators are not accurate because how stardates work is not accurately known. - Archduk3 01:37, July 18, 2014 (UTC)

Smile Edit

In what episode does Seven first smile? --Defiant (talk) 16:03, October 30, 2017 (UTC)

Format Error Edit

I am rewatching episodes of Voyager about Seven and Tuvok. My edit has been tagged as the wrong point of view. It does not seem to be any different from the other texts. Did it get tagged because I put 4 Equals instead of 5 Equals ... which by the way has since been updated? In Correct (talk) 14:21, December 31, 2018 (UTC)

MA:POV. You're writing entries from a "real world" point of view. The main segments of the articles here on Memory Alpha are written from an in-universe POV. -- sulfur (talk) 14:31, December 31, 2018 (UTC)
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