More Borg-asm's (G)
I am Clinton of Borg.
You will not really be assimilated, exactly...
I am Janet Reno of Borg.
Resisters will be barbecued. Waco is irrelevant.
I am Stephanopolous of Borg.
It's not assimilation, it's diversity...
I am Regan of Borg.
Prepare to be ... uh, I don't recall.
I am GaGa of Borg.
Resistance turns me on.
I am Kojak of Borg.
Who loves to assimilate ya, baby.
I am Ginsu of Borg.
You WILL be ASSIMILATED, but wait! That's not all!
I am Hamlet, of Borg!
Prepare to be...or not to be...
I am Oprah of Borg.
So, why did you assimilate your husband?
I am Lancelot of Borg.
Resistance is feudal.
I am Haskell of Borg.
You resist well, Mrs. Cleaver.
I am Lennon of Borg.
Imagine there's no assimilation...
I am Baez of Borg.
What if we gave an assimilation and nobody came?
I am Opie of Borg.
Can I assimilate 'em, Pa?
I am Quayle of Borg.
Speling is irelevante.
I am Smorgas of Borg.
You will be marinated.
I am Fonda of Borg.
After assimilation, you will have Buns of Steel.
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