On TV, “Big name Trek” has a tendency to — most often talking — skew extra towards moral dilemmas and discussions of morality. Every “Trek” gathers teams of resolute, mature, clear-thinking folks and places them in board rooms and round tables to talk about chances. “Trek” is very best when it is talky. The “Trek” films, against this, have a tendency to be very action-forward, that includes resolute “villains” whom the “just right guys” will simply must combat. And the Borg Queen is one heck of a film villain. She will be able to learn the minds of each Picard and Knowledge (Brent Spiner), and tries to seduce them each into the collective, convincing them to sign up for of their very own volition. Later, in her episode of “Voyager,” Krige makes use of the similar slinky, metal seduction ways on Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) and Seven of 9 (Jeri Ryan).
Krige recognizes that the Queen, as a personality, is one thing of a pressure of nature, beginning along with her informal omnisexuality, a time period that, Krige admits within the AV Membership interview, she wasn’t to begin with conversant in. She was once additionally involved that the nature’s outsize presence is probably not suitable for American community TV:
“It was once very terrifying, frankly, to shift mediums, to shift from a huge display screen all the way down to a tv display screen. I assumed to myself, ‘Will she even paintings on this little area?’ Two nights sooner than, it dawned on me that I used to be running with two ladies and now not two males. I known as the manufacturer and stated, ‘She’s with two ladies.’ He stated, ‘Do not fret. Call to mind her as omnisexual.’ And I assumed, ‘K.’ It was once handiest after that I spotted I did not know what omnisexual was once.”
At some point, with such a lot of species and genders within the galaxy, one will have to grow to be omnisexual.