The indefatigable Q appears again, still not convinced that humans are a race worth saving and wanting to test them yet again. This time he focuses on Commander Riker and sets out to prove that mankind will not do the right thing when the opportunity presents itself. To prove his point, he vests in Riker all of his powers convinced that the old adage about absolute power corrupting absolutely will prove to be true. Riker is obviously tempted to play God but his assumptions about giving people the opportunity to be whatever they want doesn't go over quite well. Picard knew that the experiment would fail and wins his wager with Q. Written by
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The title is based upon the school yard game of hide and seek where one player must find the other players who have concealed themselves within a designated area. See more
When Worf runs to attack the Napoleonic creatures, one of them swings the butt of the musket at him, clearly missing him, but still knocks him down. See more
"Drink not with thine enemy." The rigid Klingon code. Explains something of why you defeated them.
Star Trek: The Next Generation Main Title
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
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