The Enterprise picks up ancient radio signal code from the ruined planet Aurelius 9, remnant of the total war over 1,000 years ago between Mentaurs and Promelians which caused both races' extinction. They find a Promelian battle-cruiser still floats in an asteroid field, so Picard, Data and Lieutenant Worf beam inside, finding a message from the captain he alone takes blame for all casualties. Barely back on board, they learn the Enterprise is immobilized by an energy-draining radiation field, the very booby trap that killed the Promelian ship's crew, which will within hours destroy the deflector shields, after which casualties will be massive. While running urgent simulations of the Enterprise's engine abilities on the holodeck, Lieutenant Commander Geordi LaForge, who recently saw his meticulously prepared dream-date fall trough, finds himself unusually taken with a holographic simulacrum of the Dr. Leah Brahms, the Enterprise's engine designer. Data restores other bits from the ... Written by
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In the opening scene where Geordi La Forge enjoys a holodeck date with Christy, the violinist performs the piece Hungarian Dance No. 5 by Johannes Brahms. No doubt this was the inspiration for the name of the character Dr. Leah Brahms. See more
When Picard fires the starboard thruster, the next shot shows an exhaust stream on the yoke of the star drive section. However when Picard uses the port thruster, no exhaust shows. See more
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge
[after being denied access to Leah Brahms's personal files
Great! Another woman who won't get personal with me on the holodeck.
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Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
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