Ens. Wesley Crusher suffers the pangs of first love when the Enterprise is tasked to transport a young woman, Salia, back to her home world where she is to become the leader of her people. Traveling with her is her guardian and teacher, Anya, who is more than just a bit overprotective. Wesley very much wants to be with Salia - likewise she with him - but there are few opportunities under Anya's watchful eye. Guinan and others provide Wesley with advice, but when Salia reveals her true self to him, he re-evaluates his feelings.
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As the Enterprise approaches Salia's home world the ship is contacted by a Terawatt source on the planet to which the crew responds with 'that's more power than the Enterprise can generate' and 'it means we can't respond' (due to atmospheric interference) The message gives beam down coordinates. How can the Enterprise transporters punch through interference that Coms cannot? There are many example throughout the series of the crew talking to but unable to beam to the ship due to interference. See more
[Worf gives Wesley advice on romance from a Klingon perspective
Are you telling me to go yell at Salia?
No. Men do not roar. Women roar. Then they hurl heavy objects... and claw at you.
What does the man do?
He reads love poetry...
[back to his serious self
He ducks a lot.
Star Trek: The Next Generation End Credits
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