Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season 6, Episode 1

Time's Arrow: Part 2 (19 Sep. 1992)

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Captain Picard and crew follow Data back to the late 1800s to get him back, only to find the suspected alien visitors killing people of that time.

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In order to catch the malicious time-shifting aliens, Picard and some crew-members use their knowledge of their time-travel technique to follow Data and the still unexperienced Guinan on Earth in the 19th century, where author Dr. Samuel Clemens' persistent inquisitive suspicion is on to them. When the aliens' time-shift back is tested, Samuel Clemens is transported back aboard with the crew and starts pondering the advances made in five centuries of human and intergalactic progress, while Data is only retrieved after decapitation. In the past, the aliens try to put up a defense... Written by KGF Vissers

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Pamela Kosh (Mrs. Carmichael) would make an appearance in Star Trek: The Next Generation: All Good Things... (1994) as Jessel, a housekeeper to Data in the future. An equally cantankerous woman in another time travel adventure. See more »

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Samuel Clemens pronounces Halley's Comet as "Hayley's Comet", a common mistake. See more »

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[Clemens mentions to Data an employee of the county assayer's office Data has spoken to earlier]
Lt. Commander Data: I have spoken to several people in that office.
Samuel Clemens: Yes, I know. And in the hall of records, and in the Geological Society, and in a little-known mineral shop in Chinatown. You do get around, don't you?
Lt. Commander Data: As apparently you do, Mr. Clemens.
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A Rather Contrived Ending, but Still Fun
6 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There's a bit of Mark Twain in an episode that features his character. The whole crew finally ends up together along with Guinan. Data's dismembered head is the critical thing. After a narrow escape from the evil space cannibals, Data, driving a horse and buggy, drives everyone back to the aforementioned cave. There they are to meet their adversaries. All is going well until Mark Twain shows up and throws a monkey wrench into the works. All manage to escape to the Enterprise to continue pursuit, but Picard and Guinan are left behind along with the head of Data. Also in the cave is one of the dying aliens, who tells Picard that if the Enterprise attacks her planet, they will destroy themselves. Twain has caused huge damage to the process. He is going to cause more trouble so the crew beams him aboard. The way they ultimately get a message back to the ship is so far fetched that it is beyond the pale. Still, it is a bit of fun.


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