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"Star Trek: The Next Generation" Identity Crisis (TV Episode 1991) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge realizes that he, his friend Lt. Commander Susanna Leitjen and Lieutenant Hickman who deserted in a shuttle-craft and is now on a suicidal course to a planet were all in a mission made years ago by the USS Victory, the others are missing but more vessels are detected on the same planet. After investigations of the base on the planet it turns out they were affected by a yet unknown, parasitic alien race, which is already in both Gordi and Susanna, how is beyond Dr. Crusher's diagnosis, and starts transforming from a cellular level first her into a blue critter, later him too, while he continues researching Starfleet records and hologram simulation, while closely monitored...

  • Five years after participating in away team, members of the team are being drawn back to the same planet. Geordi La Forge and his colleague Lt. Cmdr, Susanna Leijten are the only two remaining members of the group not yet affected but both anticipate problems ahead. Susanna begins to transform into another being and Dr. Crusher concludes that the away team members were infected with some type of parasite that has been gestating in their hosts all of this time. While Susanna is in sick bay, her transformation nearly complete, Geordi begins to transform and he beams himself down to the planet. Once Dr. Crusher finds a way to reverse the metamorphosis, it's imperative that they find Geordi before he reaches the final stage of his transformation.

  • Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge and an old friend fight to defeat a parasite that is trying to transform them into another species.


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