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"Star Trek: The Next Generation" Phantasms (TV Episode 1993) Poster

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One of the few uses of Steadicam in the series, during Data's dream sequences.
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Nine months have passed since Data discovered his dream program in Star Trek: The Next Generation: Birthright: Part 1 (1993).
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Admiral Nakamura (Clyde Kusatsu) appears for the first time since Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Measure of a Man (1989). He would also appear in the series finale Star Trek: The Next Generation: All Good Things... (1994).
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In this episode data refers to spot as a "he". But in episode 7×19 Genesis, spot is pregnant with a litter of kittens.
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In Data's first nightmare during the prologue, when he is dismantled by the miners, the prop head seen is the same one used in "Time's Arrow" Parts 1 and 2 (1992). The head is used again in Star Trek: Voyager for the episode "Unimatrix Zero: Part 1" (2000). In this case, it is redressed to represent the severed head of a Borg drone.
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This takes place in 2370.
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Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

The Warp Core that brought the parasites aboard was manufactured on a planet called Thanatos VII. Thanatos refers to the Freudian concept of the "Death Drive".
One of the few Trek episodes edited by the BBC. The scene in the turbolift when Data stabs Deanna was trimmed to remove the actual amount of stabbing. It had caused some upset among US audiences.

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