Wesley is off to complete his Starfleet entrance exams and testing and makes friends with Mordock, another of the four candidates seeking admission. Only one of the four will be accepted into the Academy and the competition will be strong. Wesley is particularly worried about the psychological evaluation which will focus on what he fears most. He has no idea what that is, however. Picard's old friend, Admiral Gregory Quinn requests to be beamed aboard and arrives with Commander Remick from the Inspector General's office. Remmick is there to conduct a complete investigation of the ship's operations. His very presence is unnerving to both the Captain and the bridge crew and his questions to the senior officers all seem to indicate that it is Captain Picard who is under investigation with his decisions, judgment and reliability all in question. Written by
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Wesley refers to his upcoming sixteenth birthday. A scene was filmed, but cut for time, which depicted Wesley celebrating his birthday with friends and crew mates, while Worf and Data make observations on human birthday rituals. Stills from the scene were featured in a Starlog Magazine article on the series. See more
When Jake steals the shuttlecraft, he somehow manages to get beyond transporter and tractor beam range, despite the fact that he is still between the Enterprise and the planet, which is well within the range of both. See more
I thought there was nothing that could frighten a Klingon warrior.
Only fools have no fear.
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