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Robert Picard (Character)
from "Star Trek: The Next Generation" (1987)

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"Star Trek: The Next Generation: Family (#4.2)" (1990)
Robert Picard: I always thought you needed a little humiliation. Or was it humility? Either would do.

Captain Jean-Luc Picard: You don't know, Robert. You don't know... They took everything I was. They used me to kill and to destroy and I couldn't stop them.
[sobs]
Captain Jean-Luc Picard: I should have been able to stop them. I tried... I tried so hard. But I wasn't strong enough! I wasn't good enough! I should have been able to stop them, I should've, I should...!
Robert Picard: So - my brother is a human being after all. This is going to be with you a long time, Jean-Luc. A long time. You have to learn to live with it. You have a simple choice now: live with it below the sea with Louis - or above the clouds with the Enterprise.
[they help each other up from the ground]
Captain Jean-Luc Picard: You know, I think you were right, after all. I think I did come back so that you could help me.
Robert Picard: Yeah... Do you know what? I still don't like you, Jean-Luc.

[the Picards are drinking wine]
Captain Jean-Luc Picard: This the '46?
Robert Picard: '47. You've been drinking too much of that artificial stuff. What do you call it? Synthehol? Spoiled you. Ruined your palate.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard: On the contrary. I think that synthehol heightens one's appreciation for the genuine article.

Marie Picard: [when finding Jean-Luc and Robert covered with mud] Have you two been fighting?
Robert Picard: Fighting? No, certainly not!

Robert Picard: [presenting a bottle of wine] Jean-Luc, here is a little of the '47. Do not drink it all at once, and if possible, try not to drink it alone.

[last lines]
Marie Picard: [on René] He's still out there.
Robert Picard: Mm-hm.
Marie Picard: Dreaming about starships and adventures... It's getting late.
Robert Picard: Yeah... But let him dream, hm?