Not long after the Enterprise approaches an unknown buoy or satellite, Captain Picard falls unconscious on the bridge. He awakens in a village where he is married but also something of a village eccentric who thinks he is a spaceship captain by the name of Picard. His wife Eline tries to soothe him and his good friend Batai does not judge him. He lives a full life, has children and grows old. The planet he is on is dying however, suffering from a long and seemingly permanent drought. On board the Enterprise, the crew does its best to revive their unconscious captain but to no avail. Written by
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The theme that Picard plays on his flute was turned into a full orchestral piece for Star Trek
(1966)'s 30th anniversary. See more
Picard is shown looking down into the valley of Ressik holding a straw hat in his left hand. In the next shot, taken from the front, the hat is missing. See more
[referring to the "launching"
Did everyone know about this except me?
Referenced in Star Trek: Generations
Star Trek: The Next Generation Main Title
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
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