Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season 7, Episode 12

The Pegasus (8 Jan. 1994)

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Riker finds out his former commander from the starship Pegasus has orders that entail more than what is revealed to Picard, who thinks the Enterprise is en route to recover the lost ship. And Riker is ordered to secrecy.

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Picard quickly escapes starring as role model in the school's annual "Captain Picard Day" responding to a top-secret assignment from Admiral Eric Pressman, once Will Riker's captain aboard the starship Pegasus. The Pegasus was lost 12 years ago and presumed destroyed, but in fact still in existence. The mission is to get to the ship before the Romulans (who have a three day head start) and prevent Enterprise-type technology falling into enemy hands. Only Will is told by Pressman of their real mission: to retrieve the computer code and repeat the secret experiment that started the fatal cloaking accident. Picard discovers there was a mutiny on the Pegasus, covered up by intelligence. The Enterprise finds the Pegasus in an asteroid fissure and hides from an approaching Romulan warbird so they can return alone later - but finds it partially materialized inside the rock. When Pressman and Riker find the experiment inside, Will must make up his mind, but they're not alone. Written by KGF Vissers

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Admiral Eric Pressman: [as he is being led away to the brig] I have a lot of friends at Starfleet Command, Captain.
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Wow...the Federations sure can be tricky!
5 December 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Admiral Pressman (Terry O'Quinn) has come aboard the Enterprise and taken temporary command. It seems that he has a mission for the crew and it's all rather secret. For Riker, it's an interesting and unwanted reunion, as he served with Pressman long ago on the Pegasus--a ship that was destroyed during their time together. The mission, surprisingly, is to try to recover the ship...but it's supposed to have been destroyed. This isn't the end to the weirdness of the mission, as there are quite a few details that Pressman won't tell anyone and he's ordered Riker to keep silence! What they heck is going on here?!

I liked this episode of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" a lot because all too often the humans in the show are so annoyingly noble and inhuman because of their extreme niceness! Here, Pressman and others are sneaky, incredibly dishonest and ignore Federation peace treaties--just the sort of tricky stuff I love to see. Well worth seeing.


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