The officers' ploy has succeeded: Riker won intergalactic piracy captain Baran's confidence while sparing the Enterprise. Picard works out the stolen archaeological artifacts are not Romulan but pre-logical Vulcan. This is confirmed by the only pirate who guessed their game, an undercover agent who must prevent them being used as a terrible weapon. Meanwhile Data is in temporary command, dealing with Worf's initial lack of respect and Klingon Koral's ship, until the pirates beam aboard with a whole series of mainly hidden agendas and deceptions Data's crew also plays into. Written by
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At the beginning of the episode, Lt. Worf says the Enterprise has been hit on its port warp nacelle, but we see it hit on the starboard nacelle. See more
Counselor Deanna Troi
[examining Riker, who has been "killed" by Picard
He's all right. He's only stunned.
Lt. Commander Data
I must admit, I am experiencing a similar sensation.
Star Trek: The Next Generation End Credits
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
and Alexander Courage See more