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  1. Is star trek suffering from Gynophobia? I mean so far of the two series they had which feature a female as the lead and a starship captain; they’ve quickly taken it to where no one wants to go …ergo lackluster episodes. Oh yeah there have been more than one memorable episode in each series. But by and large as compared to the writing and/or seasonal episodes for the male lead programs they leave a lot to be desired. That can’t be coincidence. Might be what explains why the Paramount did not pick up what could have been, a gem of a diamond in the rough, were Star Trek Picard ended. Namely the use and continuation of both the borg hybrids. That being Captain Seven (aka Seven of Nine; aka Annika Hansen.) and Borg Queen Dr. Agnes Jurati. Talk about the evolutionary possibilities of an ex-borg which would likely never fully trust a borg queen. Work with and along a (hybrid?) borg queen; likely forever fighting her inherited instinct to seek perfection. All the time knowing that her ally within the Federation understands that better than probably even she does. Not to mention the endless seasonal as well as episodical possibilities such a teaming would bring to two not quite human, not quit borg, protagonist determined to protect the Alpha Quadrant. Especially when their new nemesis is itself a hybrid of the two of the greatest foes the Federation has ever encountered (aka the Linked (liquid) Changelings from the Gama Quadrant and the Borg from the Delta Quadrant) as well as always having to keep some sort of rear guard against whatever Queen Jurati may have seen and was attempting to prevent from completing a cross dimensional invasion the Star Trek Universe.