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Doctor Beverly Crusher: If there's nothing wrong with me... maybe there's something wrong with the universe.

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Doctor Beverly Crusher: What is the primary mission of the Starship Enterprise?

Computer: To explore the galaxy.

Doctor Beverly Crusher: Do I have the necessary skills to complete that mission alone?

Computer: Negative.

Doctor Beverly Crusher: Then why am I the only crew member?

[the computer makes error-sounds]

Doctor Beverly Crusher: Aha. Got you there.

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Doctor Dalen Quaice: You know what the worst part of growing old is? So many of the people you've known all your life are gone; and you realize you didn't take the time to appreciate them while you still could.

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Doctor Beverly Crusher: I'd like Lieutenant Worf to program on-board sensors to monitor all personnel. If we can catch the mom...

Captain Jean-Luc Picard: I'm sorry - whom did you say?

Doctor Beverly Crusher: Worf. Chief of Security. - The big guy who never smiles?

[everyone looks at her blankly]

Doctor Beverly Crusher: The Klingon!

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Doctor Beverly Crusher: Starbase 133, this is the Enterprise... Starbase 133, this is the Enterprise. Please acknowledge... Viewscreen on.

[viewscreen activates, but shows only a field of bluish mist instead of stars]

Doctor Beverly Crusher: It's not just people. *Everything* is disappearing. Computer, what is that mist I'm seeing?

Computer: Sensors indicate it to be a mass-energy field 705 meters in diameter.

Doctor Beverly Crusher: It surrounds the ship?

Computer: Affirmative.

Doctor Beverly Crusher: If there's nothing wrong with me... maybe there's something wrong with the universe. Computer, what is beyond the mass-energy field?

Computer: Sensors cannot penetrate the field.

Doctor Beverly Crusher: Here's a question you shouldn't be able to answer. Computer, what is the nature of the universe?

Computer: The universe is a spheroid region 705 meters in diameter.

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[after the crew has disappeared, Beverly is the only one left on the ship]

Doctor Beverly Crusher: Computer, read the entire crew roster for the Enterprise.

Computer: Dr. Beverly Crusher.

Doctor Beverly Crusher: Have I always been the only member of the crew on the Starship Enterprise?

Computer: Affirmative.

Doctor Beverly Crusher: If this were a bad dream, would you tell me?

Computer: That is not a valid question.

Doctor Beverly Crusher: Like hell it's not.

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Doctor Beverly Crusher: They're all gone? Riker, Troi, Data? Wait a minute - let me guess: you never heard of any of them.

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Doctor Beverly Crusher: Click my heels together three times and I'm back in Kansas - can it be that simple?

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Doctor Beverly Crusher: I didn't just conjure up one of my best friends from a test tube.

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Doctor Beverly Crusher: [trying to remind Picard of his 'former' staff] Will Riker, your First Officer! He's... he's *very* good at playing poker, loves to cook; he-he listens to jazz music, plays the trombone. -... - Commander Data, the android who sits at Ops. *Dreams* of being human. Never gets the punch line of a joke. -... - Deanna Troi, your ship's counselor, half-Betazoid, loves chocolate; the arrival of her mother makes you shudder. O'Brien, Geordi, Worf. Wesley, my son! They all have been the living, breathing heart of this crew for over three years! They deserve more than to be shrugged off... brushed aside, just pinched out of existence like that. They all do. They deserve so much more.

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The Traveler: See past the numbers. Trust yourself.

Ensign Wesley Crusher: I can't. I can't do it.

The Traveler: When the time comes, you will, Wesley. You will.

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Doctor Beverly Crusher: I'm sorry I lost my temper. You do remember that?

Captain Jean-Luc Picard: Vividly. But if I have forgotten my closest friends and comrades, as you say, then I deserved every word.

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Doctor Beverly Crusher: I won't forget. I won't forget any of you.

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[last lines]

Doctor Beverly Crusher: Jean-Luc, if I might ask, how many people are there on board?

Captain Jean-Luc Picard: 1,014 - including your guest, Dr. Quaice.

Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge: Is there something wrong with that count, Doctor?

Doctor Beverly Crusher: [relieved] No. That's the exact number there should be.

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[Dr. Crusher asks O'Brien if he doesn't remember beaming her friend Dr. Quaice on board]

Chief Miles O'Brien: I'm sorry. I-I remember you being here for a short while. But you were alone.

Doctor Beverly Crusher: [dumbfounded] W-wa... was he invisible? Did I carry on a conversation with thin air?

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Doctor Beverly Crusher: Deanna - I need you to tell me if I've gone completely mad.

Counselor Deanna Troi: If you can ask the question, I'd say no.

Doctor Beverly Crusher: Don't evade the question.

Counselor Deanna Troi: Well, then ask me one I can answer.

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Doctor Beverly Crusher: Sickbay is totally empty. Apparently I no longer have any staff.

Commander William T. Riker: And that surprises you, Doctor?

Doctor Beverly Crusher: Surprises me? I'll say it surprises me. There should be at least four members of my staff on duty at all times!

Lt. Commander Data: I am afraid ship's records do not concur, Doctor.

Doctor Beverly Crusher: What are you talking about?

Lt. Commander Data: You do not have a staff.

Doctor Beverly Crusher: You're telling me I'm the sole medical officer on a ship with over a thousand people on board?

Lt. Commander Data: Excuse me, Doctor, but the entire ship's complement is 230.

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[a little later]

Doctor Beverly Crusher: Are all the members of the crew accounted for?

Lt. Commander Data: Yes, Doctor.

Doctor Beverly Crusher: How many are there?

Lt. Commander Data: There are 114 people on the Enterprise.

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Doctor Beverly Crusher: I've delivered babies that no longer exist. No one else remembers them. Yet I can close my eyes and see their faces clearly as I see yours now.

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