Captain Picard & Dr. Crusher discover things about one another when they are captured by a opposing alien race, due to the fact that the Enterprise has come to allow the planet's other ... See full summary »

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Captain Picard & Dr. Crusher discover things about one another when they are captured by a opposing alien race, due to the fact that the Enterprise has come to allow the planet's other civilization the choice of being part of the Federation. Written by Matthew Olson

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This is the last episode of the series to feature Picard's jacket uniform variant. To that end, Picard is seen discarding the jacket in the cave. See more »

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When she and Captain Picard are escaping through the cave, Dr. Crusher says she "smells gas" and then identifies the gas as methanogenic. While Methane is odorless in its natural state; the "gas smell" is the result of adding an odorant so that gas can be smelled when it builds up dangerously in normal use. Since the gas in the cave is naturally occurring and we have no mention of which other elements are mixed in with it to become "methanogenic," there is a possibility that it COULD be smelled by Beverley. See more »

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Captain Jean-Luc Picard: Now that we know how... each of us feels, perhaps we should not be afraid to explore those feelings.
[Beverly kisses him on the cheek]
Doctor Beverly Crusher: Or perhaps we should be afraid.
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Star Trek: The Next Generation End Credits
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith and Alexander Courage
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Clearing the air
22 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

It took seven years, but 'Attached' is the writers finally addressing that lingering question: Beverly and Jean-Luc. And it's all expressed in a prisoner story as the two are psychically linked. It's a novel way of tackling the issue. A solid episode, too; it moves, offers the cast opportunities to shine (even Frakes, stuck on the ship while the action happens planet-side), and there's depth involved. The only thing holding it back is the ending; a cop-out that offers no real resolution.

7/10


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