Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season 3, Episode 22

The Most Toys (5 May 1990)

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When transporting a dangerous material to the Enterprise, Data is kidnapped and the crew is led to believe he is dead when the shuttlecraft he was piloting explodes enroute.

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A presumed routine transport of material from a Federation-friendly planet to the Enterprise goes suddenly wrong as the shuttle craft explodes. Android Data is presumed killed in the accident but actually finds himself kept captive on a starship by Kivas Fajo and his assistant Varria, who have an impressive collection of contraband treasures, but refuses to be a valued capture and attempts to escape. On board Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge and Wesley champion the thesis that its doesn't fit with Data's android nature after careful examination of all recordings... Written by KGF Vissers

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The last minute emergency casting of Saul Rubinek was largely a result of chance. Director Timothy Bond had known Rubinek from school, and when in Los Angeles to work on The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990), Rubinek asked Bond if he could visit the sets. Bond agreed to arrange a visit knowing that Rubinek was a Star Trek (1966) fan. In the process, Bond persuaded Rubinek, who at the time never did any TV guest roles, to take the part of Kivas Fajo. See more »

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Fajo says that the liquid will completely dissolve Data's uniform in seconds, yet when Fajo leaves about twenty seconds later, the uniform is not only still there, the spread of the decay seems to have come to a halt. See more »

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Lt. Commander Data: Clearly Mr. Fajo has no moral difficulty with my imprisonment here.
Varria: Mr. Fajo has no moral difficulties... at all.
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References Star Trek: The Next Generation: Time Squared (1989) See more »

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Data on Display!
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I was totally taken in by Fajo's despicable character. In just a few minutes, he made me despise him. His whiny being, his mean spiritedness, his entitlement, all lead one to find him as bad as they get. When he kidnaps Data so he can display him as a prize, he gets more than he bargained for. The only way he can get the Android to obey his wishes is through threat to another crew member who has been loyal to him for most of her life. He has not regard for life or loyalty and may be the most self-centered character on record. I did love that his collection of artifacts included a 1962 Roger Maris Topps baseball card (the year after he broke Ruth's single season record). The one thing that Data doesn't do for him is to perform for his friends when they come one board. What good is this stuff if you can't impress someone with it? Kudos to Saul Rubinek whom we've seen in countless character roles over the years. The diminutive elf with the razor's edge is inscrutable to the bitter end.


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