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
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No new sets were needed for this episode. The train set was a reuse from Bram Stoker's 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
After the console explodes in front of Geordi, it throws him a fair way but there's not a scratch on him. See more
Captain Jean-Luc Picard
[on Data's suggestion that the new life form may be dangerous
The intelligence that was formed on the Enterprise didn't just come out of the ship's systems. It came from us, from our mission records, personal logs, holodeck programs, our fantasies. Now, if our experiences with the Enterprise have been honorable, can't we trust that the sum of those experiences will be the same?
Star Trek: The Next Generation Main Title
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
and Alexander Courage See more