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Remember Me 

Dr. Crusher's fear of losing loved ones becomes real when her worries create an alternate reality.



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Docking at star-base 1-3-3 for crew rotation, Doctor Beverly Crusher was happy to rejoin her old, widowed mentor Doctor Dalen Quaice, but computer reports he's not aboard at all, nor has he any Starfleet service record anymore. After four of her medical staff member disappear similarly, Wesley thinks up an experimental warp bubble-effect theory, but Data points out she has no staff and is wrong about the staff size by over 800. Next she barely escapes a vortex, but no sensor recording or anomaly concurs with its existence; Deanna refuses to answer if she's going mad. When Wesley tells her the only one who must know more about warp bubbles is a strange alien, the Traveler, who combined it with mind power to create an alternate reality, Beverly believes somehow that technique must have been recreated during the experiment... Written by KGF Vissers

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20 October 1990 (USA)  »

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47-reference: At one point, the computer says that the universe is a spheroid region 705 meters in diameter. Later Geordi warns that the bubble universe is collapsing at a rate of 15 meters per second. That means Dr. Crusher has only 47 seconds of real time. See more »


At one point, Dr. Crusher uses a workstation on the bridge to view the warp bubble with Enterprise superimposed on it. She watches the bubble shrink until it comes perilously close to the main bridge. The next shot shows her worried expression. But when the scene cuts back to the graphic, the bubble has widened again. See more »


Doctor Beverly Crusher: I won't forget. I won't forget any of you.
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Referenced in Star Trek: The Next Generation: Journey's End (1994) See more »


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Composed by Jerry Goldsmith and Alexander Courage
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Explain the Science
22 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

Though I was pulling for Beverly Crusher to solve her problem, I never quite figured out what led to the problem. Another one of Wesley's experiments as gone awry, and, as his mother stands aside in engineering, she is swept into some kind of space bubble. That bubble keeps getting smaller. She sees the same people on board the Enterprise as when she left, but as time passes, they begin to disappear. This would be disconcerting enough, but those who remain have no memory of the disappeared. Beverly, of course, is seen as a nut case, but the respect they have for her allows her to get her way and have them run some tests. While she tours Wonderland, Geordi and Wesley work to try to figure out what happened. They know Beverly has disappeared and something weird happened. They must use everything within their power to give her a pathway back into her own time outside the bubble. All this is fine, but I don't have a clue what actually happened to her, what the experiment was, and what they did to make escape available to her. Somehow, they must all be on the same page of a book that is in two different dimensions. Still, it's a good story.

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