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 administrator apparently comes to the settlement every month, yet he is surprised to see the tree that the people have been caring for for years. See more
A good scientist doesn't function by conjecture.
A good scientist functions by hypothesizing and then proving or disproving that hypothesis. That's what I did.
Hey, why don't you spend more time with that young man Dannick?
You are changing the subject.
No, I'm not. I'm just hypothesizing... that he's in love with you.
Referenced in Star Trek: Generations
Star Trek: The Next Generation End Credits
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
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