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
Did You Know?
Room 101 might be a reference to George Orwell
's 1984, where Room 101 was used to psychologically break the subjects by torturing them with their greatest fears. See more
When Remick asks Data if is programmed to tell the whole truth Data says, "Yes." This would be untrue. First he is seen over and over to not only withhold information but from time to time has been seen to lie. Secondly, a being incapable of withholding information would be unsuitable in any kind of military organization as they could never be trusted with sensitive information. See more
It is very difficult for me to depend on anyone for anything - but especially for my life.
But on the Enterprise, you do that every day. Everyone depends on everyone else to protect them.
So you overcame it?
No. It is still my enemy.
Star Trek: The Next Generation End Credits
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
and Alexander Courage See more