The Enterprise's mission is aborted to return to a star-base where Admiral Brackett charges them with investigating the disappearance, possibly defection to the ever-scheming Romulans, of dying Federation ambassador Sarek's son Spock, who didn't say goodbye to his parents but took all his personal belongings after a public row with Sarek over the Cardassian war. A visit from Picard makes them realize the key must be Romulan senator Pardek, with whom Spock maintains since years personal contacts, against Sarek's will. Meanwhile Klingon leader Gowron is writing the Federation's help in the civil war out of official history, so Picard resorts to suggestions to get him to provide a cloaked ship, reluctantly piloted by Captain K'Vada, for this mission, with Data, both prepared to impersonate Romulans on Romulus... Meanwhile Commander William T. Riker and Troy find examining the disappearance of a Federation ship to and from the Ferengi most dangerous... Written by
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Picard implies from his mind meld with Sarek that relations between Sarek and Spock were not good. However, Spock and Sarek had already started renewing their relationship at the end of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. This aired about 5 years prior to Unification. See more
Counselor Deanna Troi
He's king of his particular hill, Commander. You'll have to treat him that way.
Commander William T. Riker
Counselor - this feels like a perfect job for you.
Star Trek: The Next Generation Main Title
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
and Alexander Courage See more