Strange images begin appearing throughout the ship's decks and holodecks. Data and the rest of the crew begin to investigate only to discover that the ship's computer itself is exhibiting the strange behavior as it begins to become self-aware. Written by
Did You Know?
No new sets were needed for this episode. The train set was a reuse from Dracula
(1992), and Paramount's standing New York City street set was used for Keystone City. The staircase the crew walk up belong to New York City Subway's 42nd Street/Times Square Station, according to the sign on the back. See more
When Data is depolarising the power grid while holding the cab back with his left arm, the scene cuts to a view from over his right shoulder. There is a brief moment when his right arm is moved back to show his left hand. Since his left arm is no longer holding the cab, it should be in motion running him over. Even so, the wheels are still heard burning on the road as if still being held back. See more
Star Trek: The Next Generation End Credits
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
and Alexander Courage See more