The Enterprise goes to planet Belena 3 to assist in testing the new propulsion method soliton waves. Lieutenant Worf is visited by his mother Helena and young son Alexander Rozhenko, who intends to stay with him. He soon finds the burdens of paternal duties cumbersome, especially as the frustrated schoolboy proves dishonorably mischievous. The experiment goes horribly wrong... Written by
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Dave Archer created the painting "101" for the scenes in the teacher's office and classroom. This is the only episode which features this painting. See more
When Worf lifts the beam off of his son, it is obvious from his struggle that it is extremely heavy. However, when he manages to shove the heavy beam aside, the beam lands on top of what appears to be a flimsy looking office chair, which is not damaged by the weight of the beam and supports it easily. The beam being so heavy should have crushed such a chair. See more
Lieutenant Worf, personal log, stardate 45376.8 - Alexander has acted shamefully, and as his father, I must now deal with him. But I find that I would rather fight ten Balduk warriors than face one small child.
References Star Trek: First Contact
Star Trek: The Next Generation End Credits
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
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