The Enterprise arrives at planet Angosha III, which wants to join the Federation. While their PM Naydor stresses pacifism and intellectualism, prisoner Roga Danar's escape from a maximal security facility is reported; the Enterprise undertakes to capture his cargo vessel, but it eludes the starship at an asteroid; after more tricks, the prisoner is beamed aboard and stunned with great difficulty. Danar has no life signs, his record is military. It is found he was in a program to turn unknowing Angoshan volunteer army recruits into perfect soldiers, by chemical and mind programming. He means it when he says he would rather die then return as prisoner, proves a master at escape and then surprises again... Written by
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When Worf meets the turbolift supposedly carrying Danar, the door markings indicate that he's on deck 12. However, the location of the security cells that Danar had just escaped from are on deck 36. See more
Mr. Danar, I'm transferring you to Angosian Security. They're en route, they will arrive shortly. I wanted to tell you... I have no choice. The Prime Minister insisted, and we have no right to refuse.
Well, you would be foolish to consider it otherwise, Captain, for they are very correct. I am dangerous. There is no place for me in a civilized society.
Counselor Deanna Troi
I do not believe that.
Lt. Commander Data
Nor do I.
I respect my officers' judgments. I wish I could help further. If a way appears, I will.
I appreciate your ...
Star Trek: The Next Generation Main Title
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
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