Episode Twenty: Literal Tone Of Voice, Presence, Networks, Applescript

by danhon

1. Literal Tone Of Voice

If you’re British and use Siri, then you’ve probably heard the plummy tones of, well, I can’t describe it in any way other than British Siri Wanker. So in terms of designing a service, here’s a whole (not necessarily new, but deep domain) area that is suddenly becoming more relevant. Time was, you’d kind of laugh about Brian Eno designing the aural identity for Microsoft Windows, but, here are the super dumb things that I put to you:

a) For a certain group of people, hearing British Siri makes them want to punch British Siri in the face, no matter how useful he may be;
b) Samantha, in Spike Jonze’s Her is voiced by Scarlett Johansson;
c) JARVIS in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is voiced by Paul Bettany being an English Butler;
d) The Computer in Star Trek: The Next Generation is voiced by Majel Barrett in somewhat haughty BDSM mode; and
e) Sigourney Weaver in Galaxy Quest.

The super arbitrary, base-level insight thing that I’m going to pull out of this is: hey, voice casting matters! And for all the strides that have been made in terms of attention being paid to copywriting (and the inevitable wrong lessons being learned, or being followed blindly, cargo-cult fashion from standouts in the field like Innocent and Flickr) and (again) GDS in maintaining that Writing Is Design, if we’re talking about conversational interfaces (ha) then we’re also paying attention to a whole bunch of things like prosody and tone and pauses and, and, and. The assertion that British people are highly attuned to things like accent and dialect is a bit of a side-show, we all are: it’s just a matter of degree and sensitivity.

Orthogonal to all of this is the realisation that Overly Friendly Nicey-Nice copy is but one axis on the continuum of how you can write, and that if there were, for example, an obsequiousness setting[1], that might be fun, or at least interesting, to try out.

This is to say that one of the reasons why Theodore fell in love with Samantha is that whether or not she actually had one, she simulated having a personality pretty well. Oh, and she was an actual human being who could read meaning into lines.

It’s easy for us to pay attention to the uncanny valley of computer generated imagery. That doesn’t mean there isn’t a similar uncanny valley of synthesised voice.

(An aside: Chinese Room style artificial intelligence, at least in the delivery of the intelligence, sounds more likely to me in the short term, where zero-hour workers pretty much read out and relay what Siri-the-system says to say to you, delivering the intonation almost by accident.)

[1] via Tom Coates: https://twitter.com/tomcoates/status/435657750312267776 in yet another example of British whimsy

2. Presence

There’s a long history of presence on the internet: from commands like finger on multi-user UNIX systems to the peripheral-vision and green indicators of ICQ and AIM, to the green light on Facebook chat and experiments like BERG’s Availabot[1].

But all of these things seem to be kludges and shims for a non-persistently connected world. Again, running with my Star Trek as stand-in for the future theme, the presumption is that everyone is always available, online and connected. That someone wouldn’t be connected is what’s surprising: Commander Riker tries to get hold of Data and his combadge chirps in an unhappy way, CUT TO everyone on the Bridge looking perplexed, like Data’s gone AWOL. Which, essentially, he has, because in the 24th Century on a star ship, if you’re not on the network there’s something not right with you. Riker would try a few more times, ask the Computer to locate Mr. Data (“Mr. Data is not aboard the Enterprise”) and then cue creepy music and CUT TO TITLES.

This is where Snapchat, designed, as it were, for that golden of gold audiences, the Teenagers, makes an interesting choice (if I’m not reading too much into it): it doesn’t have, from what I can make out, any presence indicators. The presumption is that of course you’re online and of course your recipient(s) are, they’ll just get around to reading it when they do. If anything, this is one of the shifts that I think legitimately shows the difference between so-called digital natives and immigrants. To natives, connectivity just is. A lot of us in industry have grown up with the sound of Hayes v.34 modems pinging away in the background or remembering BBSes, and those of us outside the US remember paying per minute for connectivity and longing for that particularly foreign concept of “free local calls”. To have (admitting that this applies to a certain privileged class, but one that is growing) mostly unfettered, mostly untethered, persistent net access is a New Thing.

[1] http://berglondon.com/projects/availabot/

3. Networks

You can go on and on about what it’s like to live with persistent networking and connectivity. I mean: isn’t it interesting that (and I hate to keep coming back to it, but it’s a handy point of cultural reference) when someone loses network connectivity on the Enterprise it’s more assumed that they’re not actually *on* the Enterprise rather than the network having gone down? Because when the network’s down, you notice: everything stops working. There’s not really spotty connectivity until the plot demands it – which is fair enough, considering we’re examining a 90s fictional TV universe.

This thing about connectivity is interesting in the respect of the different types of network that the assumption of persistent connectivity provides. SMS didn’t really care about presence, and arguably, was it a big missing feature that people were crying out for? It turned out that typical user behaviour (and here I really *am* just reckoning) was that people would have their phone with them all the time and the people who had a mobile phone and “just turned it on to make calls” – I’m looking at you, Dad – were the ones who felt weird. The *point* of the phone was persistent connectivity.

Marc Andreessen had a conversation on Twitter the other day on the difference between a pseudo-closed network like Secret, where there are built-in design constraints that act against unimpeded network growth, and open networks like Facebook or Twitter. Aside from appearing, at least, to look at the whole landscape in terms of a zero-sum vc investment (ie: open always wins over closed, so only pay attention to the winners, without acknowledging that there might still be profitable and viable markets for the non-winners), what feels to me to be somewhat obvious is that persistent connectivity supports multiple types of network graph.

It feels like we’re crossing over some sort of threshold where there’s *enough* connectivity for *enough* people that interesting behaviours are starting to emerge. *When* you have the type of connectivity that enables teens to send around 4 figures worth of messages per day, there’s value in the global lookup type of network that everyone’s on (Facebook) as well as ephemeral, close-group networking (Snapchat) as well as pseudo-anonymous (Secret).

Where it all falls down, of course, is making money and producing sustainable services.

(Obvious disclaimer: Andreessen is a stupendously successful investor, and I am just a guy. But anyway.)

4. Missing Applescript, IFTTT

At the same time, all of this connectivity feels like it’s an explosion of complexity that is a set of non-interoperable walled gardens and no way of providing a certain level of user control. Which makes me wonder about the possibility of the implementation of a layer of scripting like Applescript that at least in some way was easy to understand (though, arguably, not easy *enough* to understand and write) or something like If This Then That, which effectively presents a sort of extra user interface on top of the entire internet.

A lot of these apps and services are effective black boxes that, I suspect, people who do Learn To Code will get frustrated by. A computer can, in principle, do the things I need it to: so why can’t it? Why wouldn’t Facebook let me do this thing? Which is one of the reasons why knowing how all this stuff gets frustrating and complicated when explaining to people who don’t understand: well yes, in theory, we *can* do this thing, but we’d need to connect this bit to that bit and I guess Twitter *could* support animated gifs but it’s not a question of code, it’s a question of them just not wanting to and so it turns out that humans are messy creatures and the big lesson everyone learns is that Computers Only Ever Do What We Tell Them To.

So here’s a question: what’s the most impressive thing someone’s made with something like Scratch?

That’s all for today. Oh, apart from this Easter egg, courtesy of Paul Mison:

102.txt-3576-
102.txt-3577- At the touch and the words "Tell me" the black surface
102.txt-3578- comes alive with light patterns showing appropriate
102.txt-3579- information.
102.txt-3580-
102.txt:3581: COMPUTER VOICE
102.txt-3582- Lieutenant Commander Data… now
102.txt-3583- located in Holodeck area 4-J.
102.txt-3584-
102.txt-3585- YOUNG ENSIGN
102.txt-3586- (indicating readout)
102.txt-3600-
102.txt-3601- Moving off in the indicated direction. Then the black
102.txt-3602- surface there comes alive with a FLASHING DIRECTION
102.txt-3603- SIGNAL.
102.txt-3604-
102.txt:3605: COMPUTER VOICE
102.txt-3606- This way, please. The next
102.txt-3607- hatchway on your right.
102.txt-3608-
102.txt-3609- RIKER
102.txt-3610- (responding
102.txt-3609- RIKER
102.txt-3610- (responding
102.txt-3611- automatically)
102.txt-3612- Thank you…
102.txt-3613-
102.txt:3614: COMPUTER VOICE
102.txt-3615- You're more than welcome,
102.txt-3616- Commander Riker.
102.txt-3617-
102.txt-3618- Which startles him a bit but he walks on and turns right
102.txt-3619- at a sophisticated looking Holodeck Hatchway.
102.txt-3622-
102.txt-3623- The Parkland hidden at this moment by a WILD SECTION
102.txt-3624- OF CORRIDOR WALL AND HATCHWAY which, when the hatch is
102.txt-3625- opened, will REVEAL PARKLAND.
102.txt-3626-
102.txt:3627: COMPUTER VOICE
102.txt-3628- (continuing without
102.txt-3629- delay)
102.txt-3630- And if you care to enter,
102.txt-3631- Commander…
102.txt-3632-
113.txt-192-
113.txt-193-7 INT. ENTRANCE TO HOLODECK – ANGLE ON PICARD
113.txt-194-
113.txt-195- Picard touches the COMPUTER panel on the wall.
113.txt-196-
113.txt:197: COMPUTER VOICE
113.txt-198- Planet and city?
113.txt-199-
113.txt-200- PICARD
113.txt-201- Earth… United States… San
113.txt-202- Francisco, California.
113.txt-199-
113.txt-200- PICARD
113.txt-201- Earth… United States… San
113.txt-202- Francisco, California.
113.txt-203-
113.txt:204: COMPUTER VOICE
113.txt-205- Time period?
113.txt-206-
113.txt-207- PICARD
113.txt-208- (pondering it)
113.txt-209- 1941, A.D.
113.txt-206-
113.txt-207- PICARD
113.txt-208- (pondering it)
113.txt-209- 1941, A.D.
113.txt-210-
113.txt:211: COMPUTER VOICE
113.txt-212- File or access code.
113.txt-213-
113.txt-214- PICARD
113.txt-215- File Dixon Hill, private
113.txt-216- detective.
113.txt-213-
113.txt-214- PICARD
113.txt-215- File Dixon Hill, private
113.txt-216- detective.
113.txt-217-
113.txt:218: COMPUTER VOICE
113.txt-219- (a beat)
113.txt-220- Enter when ready.
113.txt-221-
113.txt-222- Picard steps through doors.
113.txt-223-
113.txt-485- addressing the computer panel.
113.txt-486-
113.txt-487- PICARD
113.txt-488- Memory: save current setting.
113.txt-489-
113.txt:490: COMPUTER VOICE
113.txt-491- (after slight pause)
113.txt-492- Current setting saved.
113.txt-493-
113.txt-494- PICARD
113.txt-495- Holodeck OFF.
113.txt-704- fictional character Dixon Hill.
113.txt-705-
113.txt-706- The computer briefly HUMS and CLICKS, searching its
113.txt-707- files.
113.txt-708-
113.txt:709: COMPUTER VOICE
113.txt-710- Working…… Character first
113.txt-711- appeared in pulp magazine,
113.txt-712- "Amazing Detective Stories,"
113.txt-713- copyright 1934, A.D.
113.txt-714- (pause)
114.txt-48- TASHA
114.txt-49- WORF
114.txt-50- GEORDI
114.txt-51- WESLEY
114.txt-52- CHIEF ENGINEER ARGYLE
114.txt:53: COMPUTER VOICE (MAJEL BARRETT)
114.txt-54-
114.txt-55- STAR TREK: "Datalore" – 10/26/87 – SETS
114.txt-56-
114.txt-57- STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
114.txt-58- "Datalore"
116.txt-45- WORF ONE ONE
116.txt-46- GEORDI JAZZ COMBO:
116.txt-47- WESLEY BASS PLAYER
116.txt-48- DRUMMER
116.txt-49- Voice-Overs: PIANIST
116.txt:50: COMPUTER VOICE (Main Computer)
116.txt-51- COMPUTER (Auto-Destruct) MINUET (BEAUTIFUL BRUNETTE)
116.txt-52- WOMAN (MINUET-LIKE)
116.txt-53-
116.txt-54- Non-speaking roles:
116.txt-55- MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL
116.txt-1684-
116.txt-1685-48 INT. ENTERPRISE CORRIDORS (CONTINUE SERIES OF SHOTS)
116.txt-1686-
116.txt-1687- People still running. Over this:
116.txt-1688-
116.txt:1689: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-1690- (echoing)
116.txt-1691- Decks One through Four to Cargo
116.txt-1692- Transporters. Decks Five through
116.txt-1693- Ten: Transporters: One-Two,
116.txt-1694- Three-Four. Decks Six through
116.txt-1799-
116.txt-1800- DATA
116.txt-1801- Computer, where are the captain
116.txt-1802- and Commander Riker?
116.txt-1803-
116.txt:1804: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-1805- All decks empty.
116.txt-1806-
116.txt-1807- DATA
116.txt-1808- Curious. The captain is
116.txt-1809- usually the last to leave.
116.txt-2082-
116.txt-2083- PICARD
116.txt-2084- (tense)
116.txt-2085- Computer! Explain Red Alert.
116.txt-2086-
116.txt:2087: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-2088- Initiated as a programmed
116.txt-2089- response. The magnetic field
116.txt-2090- containing the antimatter had
116.txt-2091- weakened. There was no fail-safe
116.txt-2092- available.
116.txt-2096-
116.txt-2097- STAR TREK: "11001001" – 11/19/87 – ACT THREE 39.
116.txt-2098-
116.txt-2099-62 CONTINUED:
116.txt-2100-
116.txt:2101: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-2102- Unknown.
116.txt-2103-
116.txt-2104- PICARD
116.txt-2105- Present condition.
116.txt-2106-
116.txt-2102- Unknown.
116.txt-2103-
116.txt-2104- PICARD
116.txt-2105- Present condition.
116.txt-2106-
116.txt:2107: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-2108- The magnetic field is now
116.txt-2109- restored. Containment is
116.txt-2110- restored. Propulsion is at
116.txt-2111- maximum efficiency.
116.txt-2112-
116.txt-2112-
116.txt-2113- PICARD
116.txt-2114- (beat, thinks)
116.txt-2115- Locate Lieutenant Commander Data.
116.txt-2116-
116.txt:2117: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-2118- Not on board the Enterprise.
116.txt-2119-
116.txt-2120- PICARD
116.txt-2121- Explain.
116.txt-2122-
116.txt-2118- Not on board the Enterprise.
116.txt-2119-
116.txt-2120- PICARD
116.txt-2121- Explain.
116.txt-2122-
116.txt:2123: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-2124- All Enterprise personnel except
116.txt-2125- the captain and first officer have
116.txt-2126- been evacuated.
116.txt-2127-
116.txt-2128- PICARD
116.txt-2127-
116.txt-2128- PICARD
116.txt-2129- Evacuated!? Was the condition
116.txt-2130- that critical?
116.txt-2131-
116.txt:2132: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-2133- Yes.
116.txt-2134-
116.txt-2135- A thought occurs to Riker.
116.txt-2136-
116.txt-2137- RIKER
116.txt-2136-
116.txt-2137- RIKER
116.txt-2138- Are we still docked on the
116.txt-2139- starbase?
116.txt-2140-
116.txt:2141: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-2142- No.
116.txt-2143-
116.txt-2144- PICARD
116.txt-2145- Position report.
116.txt-2146-
116.txt-2142- No.
116.txt-2143-
116.txt-2144- PICARD
116.txt-2145- Position report.
116.txt-2146-
116.txt:2147: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-2148- Coordinates four-one-five-nine
116.txt-2149- point two-six by eight-one-nine-two-one
116.txt-2150- by three-one-two. Heading
116.txt-2151- Two-three-three mark four-five.
116.txt-2152-
116.txt-2155-62 CONTINUED: (2)
116.txt-2156-
116.txt-2157- PICARD
116.txt-2158- Destination?
116.txt-2159-
116.txt:2160: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-2161- Planet Bynaus in the Beta Magellan
116.txt-2162- system.
116.txt-2163-
116.txt-2164- RIKER
116.txt-2165- The Bynars!
116.txt-2166-
116.txt-2167- PICARD
116.txt-2168- Am I to understand that the Bynars
116.txt-2169- have stolen the Enterprise?
116.txt-2170-
116.txt:2171: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-2172- That information is not available.
116.txt-2173-
116.txt-2174- Picard turns back to Minuet.
116.txt-2175-
116.txt-2176-63 INT. HOLODECK IV
116.txt-2646- reads "TWO MINUTES, ONE SECOND."
116.txt-2647-
116.txt-2648- PICARD
116.txt-2649- Cancel auto-destruct.
116.txt-2650-
116.txt:2651: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-2652- Does the first officer agree?
116.txt-2653-
116.txt-2654- RIKER
116.txt-2655- Affirmative.
116.txt-2656-
116.txt-2652- Does the first officer agree?
116.txt-2653-
116.txt-2654- RIKER
116.txt-2655- Affirmative.
116.txt-2656-
116.txt:2657: COMPUTER VOICE
116.txt-2658- Auto-destruct cancelled.
116.txt-2659-
116.txt-2660- The red alarm lights STOP FLASHING.
116.txt-2661-
116.txt-2662-81 INT. ENTERPRISE – MAIN BRIDGE
117.txt-51- GEORDI
117.txt-52- WESLEY
117.txt-53- ENGINEER (FEMALE)
117.txt-54-
117.txt-55- Voice-Over
117.txt:56: COMPUTER VOICE
117.txt-57- TRANSLATOR VOICE
117.txt-58- TRANSPORTER CHIEF
117.txt-59-
117.txt-60- STAR TREK: "Home Soil" – 12/2/87 – SETS
117.txt-61-
117.txt-1370- Let's be sure of what we have
117.txt-1371- here.
117.txt-1372- (to the scanner)
117.txt-1373- Is the sample organic?
117.txt-1374-
117.txt:1375: COMPUTER VOICE
117.txt-1376- Negative carbon. Negative known
117.txt-1377- life components. Substance
117.txt-1378- inorganic.
117.txt-1379-
117.txt-1380- DATA
117.txt-1378- inorganic.
117.txt-1379-
117.txt-1380- DATA
117.txt-1381- Recheck analysis.
117.txt-1382-
117.txt:1383: COMPUTER VOICE
117.txt-1384- Rechecking… Analysis verified.
117.txt-1385- Not organic.
117.txt-1386-
117.txt-1387- BEVERLY
117.txt-1388- Magnify to screen.
117.txt-1429- What's causing that hum?
117.txt-1430-
117.txt-1431- BEVERLY
117.txt-1432- Computer, what is the magnification?
117.txt-1433-
117.txt:1434: COMPUTER VOICE
117.txt-1435- Twenty five thousand diameters
117.txt-1436- and holding.
117.txt-1437-
117.txt-1438- BEVERLY
117.txt-1439- Analysis. The pattern of the
117.txt-1437-
117.txt-1438- BEVERLY
117.txt-1439- Analysis. The pattern of the
117.txt-1440- flashes.
117.txt-1441-
117.txt:1442: COMPUTER VOICE
117.txt-1443- Not random or repetitive or
117.txt-1444- sequential. Pattern not
117.txt-1445- recognized.
117.txt-1446-
117.txt-1447- BEVERLY
117.txt-1445- recognized.
117.txt-1446-
117.txt-1447- BEVERLY
117.txt-1448- What is the source of the flashes?
117.txt-1449-
117.txt:1450: COMPUTER VOICE
117.txt-1451- Unable to specify. Theoretically
117.txt-1452- not possible from this substance.
117.txt-1453-
117.txt-1454- BEVERLY
117.txt-1455- Disregard incongruity and theorize
117.txt-1455- Disregard incongruity and theorize
117.txt-1456- as to source?
117.txt-1457-
117.txt-1458- Pregnant pause, and:
117.txt-1459-
117.txt:1460: COMPUTER VOICE
117.txt-1461- Life.
117.txt-1462-
117.txt-1463- On the collective "take," especially from Data:
117.txt-1464-
117.txt-1465-49 INT. CAPTAIN'S READY ROOM
117.txt-1717-55 ANGLE – BELL JAR (OPTICAL)
117.txt-1718-
117.txt-1719- The "rice grain" EMITS a bright LIGHT which fills the
117.txt-1720- lab. Geordi seems almost blinded.
117.txt-1721-
117.txt:1722: COMPUTER VOICE
117.txt-1723- Warning. Input overload. Input
117.txt-1724- overload.
117.txt-1725-
117.txt-1723- Warning. Input overload. Input
117.txt-1724- overload.
117.txt-1725-
117.txt:1726: The COMPUTER VOICE ZAPS OUT. The HUM from the
117.txt-1727- container gets slowly LOUDER.
117.txt-1728-
117.txt-1729-56 ANGLE – OUR PEOPLE
117.txt-1730-
117.txt-1731- REACTING to the increasing hum.
117.txt-1782- BEVERLY
117.txt-1783- (continuing; more
117.txt-1784- imperative)
117.txt-1785- Full shield backup!
117.txt-1786-
117.txt:1787: COMPUTER VOICE
117.txt-1788- Translation request being patched.
117.txt-1789-
117.txt-1790- PICARD
117.txt-1791- Translation? From whom?
117.txt-1792-
117.txt-1793- BEVERLY
117.txt-1794- Evacuating lab.
117.txt-1795-
117.txt-1796- As they EXIT, WE HEAR:
117.txt-1797-
117.txt:1798: COMPUTER VOICE
117.txt-1799- Full shield backup in place but
117.txt-1800- weakening… translation grhjkj
117.txt-1801- wljkdh…
117.txt-1802-
117.txt-1803- STAR TREK: "Home Soil" – 12/2/87 – ACT THREE 34.
117.txt-2038-
117.txt-2039- Now Geordi is operating the console. With each entry
117.txt-2040- he makes, the computer voice responds. The following
117.txt-2041- should play very FAST.
117.txt-2042-
117.txt:2043: COMPUTER VOICE DATA
117.txt-2044- Silicon… Germanium… Transistor material.
117.txt-2045-
117.txt-2044- Silicon… Germanium… Transistor material.
117.txt-2045-
117.txt:2046: COMPUTER VOICE GEORDI
117.txt-2047- Gallium arsenide… Emits light when charged.
117.txt-2048-
117.txt-2047- Gallium arsenide… Emits light when charged.
117.txt-2048-
117.txt:2049: COMPUTER VOICE DATA
117.txt-2050- Cadmium selenide… sulfide… Emits charge when lit.
117.txt-2051-
117.txt-2050- Cadmium selenide… sulfide… Emits charge when lit.
117.txt-2051-
117.txt:2052: COMPUTER VOICE WORF
117.txt-2053- Water… impurities… Conductor.
117.txt-2054- Sodium salts…
117.txt-2055-
117.txt-2056- WORF
117.txt-2057- But is it alive?!
117.txt-2054- Sodium salts…
117.txt-2055-
117.txt-2056- WORF
117.txt-2057- But is it alive?!
117.txt-2058-
117.txt:2059: COMPUTER VOICE
117.txt-2060- Probability positive…
117.txt-2061-
117.txt-2062- WORF
117.txt-2063- (to computer)
117.txt-2064- I wasn't asking you.
118.txt-61- CREWMEMBERS
118.txt-62- PARENTS
118.txt-63- CLASSMATES
118.txt-64-
118.txt-65- Voice-Over
118.txt:66: COMPUTER VOICE
118.txt-67-
118.txt-68- STAR TREK: "When the Bough… " – 12/10/87 – SETS
118.txt-69-
118.txt-70- STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
118.txt-71- "When the Bough Breaks"
118.txt-109-
118.txt-110-1 INT. ENTERPRISE – CORRIDOR
118.txt-111-
118.txt-112- Riker ENTERS the corridor as he is PAGED.
118.txt-113-
118.txt:114: COMPUTER VOICE
118.txt-115- Commander Riker, report to the
118.txt-116- bridge.
118.txt-117-
118.txt-118- RIKER
118.txt-119- On the way.
119.txt-909-
119.txt-910- The four students sit in front of computer readout
119.txt-911- screens set apart from each other. T'Shanik is the
119.txt-912- only one who appears calm.
119.txt-913-
119.txt:914: COMPUTER VOICE
119.txt-915- Last question on the Hyper Space
119.txt-916- Physics test: If the matter and
119.txt-917- antimatter tanks on a Galaxy Class
119.txt-918- starship are nine-tenths depleted,
119.txt-919- calculate the intermix ratio
119.txt-926- in the answer. T'Shanik reaches the answer almost
119.txt-927- immediately. Mordock, driven and intense, is startled
119.txt-928- at their speed, then pushes in his answer. Oliana
119.txt-929- finishes last.
119.txt-930-
119.txt:931: COMPUTER VOICE
119.txt-932- (continuing)
119.txt-933- Thank you, students. You now have
119.txt-934- one hour free before the next
119.txt-935- test.
119.txt-936-
119.txt-2140- the number of problems you
119.txt-2141- complete within the allotted time.
119.txt-2142-
119.txt-2143- As the computers LIGHT UP, he LEAVES the room.
119.txt-2144-
119.txt:2145: COMPUTER VOICE
119.txt-2146- The Carlundrum I.Q. Test will now
119.txt-2147- appear. The task is to predict
119.txt-2148- the variable patterns of Platonic
119.txt-2149- Solids. Your responses will be
119.txt-2150- timed. Begin.
119.txt-2209- Mordock realizes he's right, and punches the
119.txt-2210- combination in, finishing the test. The last set of
119.txt-2211- SHAPES FLASH different COLORS. Wesley finishes his
119.txt-2212- test a beat later.
119.txt-2213-
119.txt:2214: COMPUTER VOICE
119.txt-2215- Test completed.
119.txt-2216-
119.txt-2217- Mordock is very upset as Chang COMES BACK INTO the
119.txt-2218- room.
119.txt-2219-
119.txt-2535-
119.txt-2536- TECHNICIAN #1 (V.O.)
119.txt-2537- Help! We're trapped. Help!
119.txt-2538- We're gonna die.
119.txt-2539-
119.txt:2540: COMPUTER VOICE (V.O.)
119.txt-2541- Evacuate immediately. Sixty-five
119.txt-2542- seconds to life-support seal-off.
119.txt-2543-
119.txt-2544- Wesley presses the wallplate and the door GLIDES OPEN.
119.txt-2545-
119.txt-2565-
119.txt-2566- Wesley hesitates, then makes his way ACROSS the HOWLING
119.txt-2567- WIND to the injured Technician. The WIND and COLD
119.txt-2568- continue to batter the two of them.
119.txt-2569-
119.txt:2570: COMPUTER VOICE
119.txt-2571- Evacuate immediately. Forty-five
119.txt-2572- seconds to life-support seal-off.
119.txt-2573-
119.txt-2574- Wesley tries to move the equipment off the trapped
119.txt-2575- man.
119.txt-2599-
119.txt-2600- STAR TREK: "Coming Of Age" – 12/30/87 – ACT FIVE 49.
119.txt-2601-
119.txt-2602-55 CONTINUED:
119.txt-2603-
119.txt:2604: COMPUTER VOICE
119.txt-2605- Evacuate immediately. Twenty-five
119.txt-2606- seconds to seal-off.
119.txt-2607-
119.txt-2608- Wesley finds something to use as a lever. The
119.txt-2609- equipment begins to move slightly. Beads of sweat pour
119.txt-2620-
119.txt-2621- WESLEY
119.txt-2622- You have to. I can't carry you
119.txt-2623- both! You can walk. Come on.
119.txt-2624-
119.txt:2625: COMPUTER VOICE
119.txt-2626- Evacuate immediately. Five
119.txt-2627- seconds to seal-off.
119.txt-2628-
119.txt-2629- Technician #1 remains terrified in the corner. Wesley
119.txt-2630- hesitates a moment, then half-carries, half-drags
122.txt-62- Non-Speaking
122.txt-63- TWO MEDICAL TECHNICIANS
122.txt-64- TRANSPORTER CHIEF
122.txt-65-
122.txt-66- Voice-Over
122.txt:67: COMPUTER VOICE
122.txt-68-
122.txt-69- STAR TREK: "The Shroud" – 2/1/88 – SETS
122.txt-70-
122.txt-71- STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
122.txt-72- "The Shroud"
122.txt-414-
122.txt-415- LYNCH
122.txt-416- Computer — initiate start-up
122.txt-417- sequence.
122.txt-418-
122.txt:419: COMPUTER VOICE
122.txt-420- Beginning check list.
122.txt-421-
122.txt-422- LYNCH
122.txt-423- Override. We are going directly
122.txt-424- to start-up.
122.txt-421-
122.txt-422- LYNCH
122.txt-423- Override. We are going directly
122.txt-424- to start-up.
122.txt-425-
122.txt:426: COMPUTER VOICE
122.txt-427- That procedure is not recommended.
122.txt-428-
122.txt-429- STAR TREK: "The Shroud" – 2/1/88 – ACT ONE 8.
122.txt-430-
122.txt-431-7A CONTINUED:
122.txt-433- LYNCH
122.txt-434- Understood. Now. Prime
122.txt-435- matter/antimatter injectors. Set
122.txt-436- ratio at twenty-five to one…
122.txt-437-
122.txt:438: COMPUTER VOICE
122.txt-439- Ratio set.
122.txt-440-
122.txt-441- LYNCH
122.txt-442- Power engine core. Inject
122.txt-443- reactants.
124.txt-46- WORF
124.txt-47- GEORDI
124.txt-48- TRANSPORTER CHIEF
124.txt-49-
124.txt-50- Voice-over
124.txt:51: COMPUTER VOICE
124.txt-52-
124.txt-53- STAR TREK: "… Paris" – 2/22/88 – SETS
124.txt-54-
124.txt-55- STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
124.txt-56- "We'll Always Have Paris"
124.txt-200-
124.txt-201- PICARD AND RIKER HURRY TO
124.txt-202-
124.txt-203- the com panel.
124.txt-204-
124.txt:205: COMPUTER VOICE
124.txt-206- Yellow Alert.
124.txt-207-
124.txt-208- PICARD
124.txt-209- Picard to bridge. Report.
124.txt-210-
124.txt-384- program.
124.txt-385-
124.txt-386- PICARD
124.txt-387- Computer, this is Captain Picard.
124.txt-388-
124.txt:389: COMPUTER VOICE
124.txt-390- What is your pleasure, Captain?
124.txt-391-
124.txt-392- PICARD
124.txt-393- Paris. Twenty-two years ago.
124.txt-394- A warm spring day. April ninth.
125.txt-48- WORF ADMIRAL GREGORY QUINN
125.txt-49- GEORDI LT. COMMANDER
125.txt-50- DEXTER REMMICK
125.txt-51-
125.txt-52- Voice-Over Non-Speaking
125.txt:53: COMPUTER VOICE CEREMONIAL GUARD
125.txt-54- TRANSPORTER OPERATOR (EARTH)
125.txt-55-
125.txt-56- STAR TREK: "Conspiracy" – 3/8/88 – SETS
125.txt-57-
125.txt-58- STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
125.txt-285-
125.txt-286-7 ON SCREEN
125.txt-287-
125.txt-288- RIKER'S IMAGE IS instantly REPLACED BY THE official
125.txt-289- SEAL OF STARFLEET and the United Federation of Planets.
125.txt:290: A FEMALE COMPUTER VOICE addresses Picard…
125.txt-291-
125.txt-291-
125.txt:292: COMPUTER VOICE
125.txt-293- This is an emergency communique.
125.txt-294- It is not to be discussed with
125.txt-295- fellow officers unless deemed
125.txt-296- absolutely necessary. There will
125.txt-297- be no computer record of said
125.txt-298- transmission.
125.txt-299-
125.txt-300- PICARD
125.txt-301- Understood.
125.txt-302-
125.txt:303: COMPUTER VOICE
125.txt-304- Proceed with voice print
125.txt-305- identification.
125.txt-306-
125.txt-307- PICARD
125.txt-308- Picard, Jean-Luc. Captain, USS
125.txt-312-
125.txt-313-7 CONTINUED:
125.txt-314-
125.txt-315- The screen HUMS momentarily…
125.txt-316-
125.txt:317: COMPUTER VOICE
125.txt-318- Voice print verified.
125.txt-319-
125.txt-320- The SEAL FADES OUT and a FACE FADES IN… It's the
125.txt-321- noble face of WALKER KEEL, a striking middle-aged man
125.txt-322- in a Starfleet captain's uniform. He is tall, with
125.txt-1095- Commander Data. Access all
125.txt-1096- Starfleet Command orders to
125.txt-1097- starships, starbases and colonies,
125.txt-1098- for the past six months.
125.txt-1099-
125.txt:1100: COMPUTER VOICE
125.txt-1101- Working.
125.txt-1102-
125.txt-1103- The screen begins to HUM and the ORDERS FLASH before
125.txt-1104- Data's eyes. For anyone but him, this could take
125.txt-1105- months to sift through.
125.txt-1315-
125.txt-1316- DATA
125.txt-1317- Startling. Quite extraordinary,
125.txt-1318- in fact.
125.txt-1319-
125.txt:1320: COMPUTER VOICE
125.txt-1321- Directions unclear. Please repeat
125.txt-1322- request.
125.txt-1323-
125.txt-1324- DATA
125.txt-1325- That was not a request. I was
125.txt-1331- brought about by senility. Or,
125.txt-1332- used as a means of weighing
125.txt-1333- information before reaching a
125.txt-1334- conclusion. Or, as a —
125.txt-1335-
125.txt:1336: COMPUTER VOICE
125.txt-1337- — Thank you, sir. I comprehend.
125.txt-1338-
125.txt-1339-41 CLOSE ON DATA
125.txt-1340-
125.txt-1341- taken aback. Even the computer has learned to
125.txt-1339-41 CLOSE ON DATA
125.txt-1340-
125.txt-1341- taken aback. Even the computer has learned to
125.txt-1342- interrupt when he is rambling.
125.txt-1343-
125.txt:1344: COMPUTER VOICE
125.txt-1345- Continuing with record scan.
125.txt-1346-
125.txt-1347- Data leans forward as the renewed flow of INFORMATION
125.txt-1348- ON THE SCREEN REFLECTS OFF HIS FACE…
125.txt-1349-
127.txt-64- SECURITY TEAM
127.txt-65- GROUP OF KIDS
127.txt-66-
127.txt-67- Voice-Over
127.txt-68- SICKBAY VOICE
127.txt:69: COMPUTER VOICE
127.txt-70-
127.txt-71- STAR TREK: "The Child" – 9/20/88 – SETS
127.txt-72-
127.txt-73- STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
127.txt-74- "The Child"
127.txt-1927-
127.txt-1928- DATA
127.txt-1929- Computer, recognize — Lieutenant
127.txt-1930- Commander N-F-N, N-M-I, Data.
127.txt-1931-
127.txt:1932: COMPUTER VOICE
127.txt-1933- Authorization accepted.
127.txt-1934-
127.txt-1935- DATA
127.txt-1936- Initiate override protocol.
127.txt-1937-
127.txt-1933- Authorization accepted.
127.txt-1934-
127.txt-1935- DATA
127.txt-1936- Initiate override protocol.
127.txt-1937-
127.txt:1938: COMPUTER VOICE
127.txt-1939- Override protocol is not
127.txt-1940- recommended in this situation.
127.txt-1941-
127.txt-1942- DATA
127.txt-1943- Acknowledged. On my authority
127.txt-1943- Acknowledged. On my authority
127.txt-1944- — begin override.
127.txt-1945-
127.txt-1946- There is a pause.
127.txt-1947-
127.txt:1948: COMPUTER VOICE
127.txt-1949- Sequence complete.
127.txt-1950-
127.txt-1951- The TRANSPORTER CHIEF inputs the coordinates.
127.txt-1952-
127.txt-1953- TRANSPORTER CHIEF
127.txt-2587-
127.txt-2588- DATA
127.txt-2589- Computer, run diagnostic on module
127.txt-2590- L-seven-three.
127.txt-2591-
127.txt:2592: COMPUTER VOICE
127.txt-2593- All circuits functional.
127.txt-2594-
127.txt-2595- GEORDI
127.txt-2596- (reading it off)
127.txt-2597- Temperature — as set — minus
127.txt-2605- DATA
127.txt-2606- Perhaps it is a sensor malfunction.
127.txt-2607- Computer — query. Is growth
127.txt-2608- actually occurring?
127.txt-2609-
127.txt:2610: COMPUTER VOICE
127.txt-2611- Confirmed.
127.txt-2612-
127.txt-2613-79 ANOTHER ANGLE (OPTICAL)
127.txt-2614-
127.txt-2615- as the door opens and Doctor Pulaski enters. She nods
128.txt-44- WESLEY
128.txt-45- TRANSPORTER CHIEF
128.txt-46- HASKELL
128.txt-47-
128.txt-48- Voice-Over
128.txt:49: COMPUTER VOICE
128.txt-50-
128.txt-51- STAR TREK: "Where Silence… " – 9/27/88 – SETS
128.txt-52-
128.txt-53- STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
128.txt-54- "Where Silence Has Lease"
128.txt-2512-
128.txt-2513- Picard and Riker enter the Engineering Section and move
128.txt-2514- to either side of the console. After a beat, Picard
128.txt-2515- reaches out and places his hand on the panel.
128.txt-2516-
128.txt:2517: COMPUTER VOICE
128.txt-2518- Recognize Picard… Jean-Luc…
128.txt-2519-
128.txt-2520- Riker places his hand on the opposite panel.
128.txt-2521-
128.txt-2518- Recognize Picard… Jean-Luc…
128.txt-2519-
128.txt-2520- Riker places his hand on the opposite panel.
128.txt-2521-
128.txt:2522: COMPUTER VOICE)
128.txt-2523- (continuing)
128.txt-2524- Recognize Riker… William T.
128.txt-2525-
128.txt-2526- PICARD
128.txt-2527- Initiate auto-destruct sequence.
128.txt-2524- Recognize Riker… William T.
128.txt-2525-
128.txt-2526- PICARD
128.txt-2527- Initiate auto-destruct sequence.
128.txt-2528-
128.txt:2529: COMPUTER VOICE
128.txt-2530- Does Riker… William T. concur?
128.txt-2531-
128.txt-2532- RIKER
128.txt-2533- I do. Initiate auto-destruct
128.txt-2534- sequence.
128.txt-2531-
128.txt-2532- RIKER
128.txt-2533- I do. Initiate auto-destruct
128.txt-2534- sequence.
128.txt-2535-
128.txt:2536: COMPUTER VOICE
128.txt-2537- What is the desired time interval?
128.txt-2538-
128.txt-2539- PICARD
128.txt-2540- Stand by.
128.txt-2541- (turns to Riker)
128.txt-2571- minutes.
128.txt-2572-
128.txt-2573- Picard and Riker turn to leave as the clock begins its
128.txt-2574- electronic countdown to auto-destruct.
128.txt-2575-
128.txt:2576: COMPUTER VOICE
128.txt-2577- Twenty minutes to auto-destruct,
128.txt-2578- mark.
128.txt-2579-
128.txt-2580- They exit. Then, in the empty room:
128.txt-2581-
128.txt-2577- Twenty minutes to auto-destruct,
128.txt-2578- mark.
128.txt-2579-
128.txt-2580- They exit. Then, in the empty room:
128.txt-2581-
128.txt:2582: COMPUTER VOICE
128.txt-2583- (continuing)
128.txt-2584- Nineteen minutes, fifty seconds…
128.txt-2585-
128.txt-2586-111 EXT. SPACE – THE ENTERPRISE (OPTICAL)
128.txt-2587-
128.txt-2730- ANGLE – as he touches it:
128.txt-2731-
128.txt-2732- PICARD
128.txt-2733- Computer, locate Commander Data.
128.txt-2734-
128.txt:2735: COMPUTER VOICE
128.txt-2736- Commander Data is on the bridge.
128.txt-2737-
128.txt-2738- Picard turns.
128.txt-2739-
128.txt-2740-116 WIDER ANGLE – PICARD AND ENTIRE CABIN
128.txt-2768- PICARD
128.txt-2769- Hold.
128.txt-2770-
128.txt-2771- As Picard exits.
128.txt-2772-
128.txt:2773: COMPUTER VOICE
128.txt-2774- Fifty seconds to auto-destruct.
128.txt-2775-
128.txt-2776-117 OMITTED
128.txt-2777-
128.txt-2778-117A INT. MAIN BRIDGE (OPTICAL)
128.txt-2778-117A INT. MAIN BRIDGE (OPTICAL)
128.txt-2779-
128.txt-2780- There is the familiar starfield on the viewscreen as
128.txt-2781- Picard enters from the turbolift.
128.txt-2782-
128.txt:2783: COMPUTER VOICE
128.txt-2784- Thirty seconds to auto-destruct.
128.txt-2785-
128.txt-2786- DATA
128.txt-2787- Captain, we are clear of the
128.txt-2788- void. You may stop the
128.txt-2821- — we are at warp six — on
128.txt-2822- course…
128.txt-2823-
128.txt-2824- No one even breathes for a long moment…
128.txt-2825-
128.txt:2826: COMPUTER VOICE
128.txt-2827- Ten seconds to auto-destruct.
128.txt-2828- Nine seconds. Eight seconds.
128.txt-2829- Seven seconds… Six seconds…
128.txt-2830-
128.txt-2831- DATA
128.txt-2829- Seven seconds… Six seconds…
128.txt-2830-
128.txt-2831- DATA
128.txt-2832- … to the Morgana Quadrant.
128.txt-2833-
128.txt:2834: COMPUTER VOICE
128.txt-2835- Five seconds. Four seconds…
128.txt-2836-
128.txt-2837- PICARD
128.txt-2838- Troi?
128.txt-2839-
128.txt-2842- sense its presence.
128.txt-2843-
128.txt-2844- PICARD
128.txt-2845- Abort auto-destruct sequence.
128.txt-2846-
128.txt:2847: COMPUTER VOICE
128.txt-2848- Three seconds. Two seconds…
128.txt-2849- Riker, William T. Do you concur?
128.txt-2850-
128.txt-2851- RIKER
128.txt-2852- (relieved)
129.txt-46- RUFFIAN
129.txt-47- ASSISTANT ENGINEER
129.txt-48- (CLANCY) Non-Speaking
129.txt-49- MAN
129.txt-50- Voice-Over STREET VENDORS
129.txt:51: COMPUTER VOICE PENNY POSTMEN
129.txt-52- BOBBIES
129.txt-53- STREET URCHINS
129.txt-54- BARRISTERS
129.txt-55- BUSINESSMEN
129.txt-56- LADIES
129.txt-326- mystery by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle,
129.txt-327- where I will play Sherlock Holmes
129.txt-328- and Lieutenant La Forge will be
129.txt-329- Doctor Watson.
129.txt-330-
129.txt:331: COMPUTER VOICE
129.txt-332- Program complete — you may enter.
129.txt-333-
129.txt-334- The Holodeck doors open onto:
129.txt-335-
129.txt-336-9 INT. HOLODECK – THE SITTING ROOM AT 221B BAKER
129.txt-859- Will that be sufficient, Doctor?
129.txt-860-
129.txt-861- PULASKI
129.txt-862- We'll see.
129.txt-863-
129.txt:864: COMPUTER VOICE
129.txt-865- Program complete — you may enter.
129.txt-866-
129.txt-867-15 INT. HOLODECK – LONDON STREET – NIGHT
129.txt-868-
129.txt-869- The Holodeck doors open, REVEALING Victorian London.
129.txt-1087- Computer, in the Holmesian style,
129.txt-1088- create a mystery to confound Data
129.txt-1089- with an opponent who has the
129.txt-1090- ability to defeat him.
129.txt-1091-
129.txt:1092: COMPUTER VOICE
129.txt-1093- Define parameters of the program.
129.txt-1094-
129.txt-1095- PULASKI
129.txt-1096- What does that mean?
129.txt-1097-
129.txt-1212- Data, Geordi and Pulaski move OUT OF SCENE.
129.txt-1213-
129.txt-1214- MORIARTY
129.txt-1215- What have we here?
129.txt-1216-
129.txt:1217: COMPUTER VOICE
129.txt-1218- Computer, standing by.
129.txt-1219-
129.txt-1220- Moriarty reacts, then:
129.txt-1221-
129.txt-1222- MORIARTY
129.txt-1224-
129.txt-1225- STAR TREK: "Elementary… " – 10/12/88 – ACT TWO 23.
129.txt-1226-
129.txt-1227-23A CONTINUED:
129.txt-1228-
129.txt:1229: COMPUTER VOICE
129.txt-1230- If you refer to the arch you
129.txt-1231- ordered, it provides computer
129.txt-1232- control. Do you wish to input
129.txt-1233- any commands?
129.txt-1234-
129.txt-1987-
129.txt-1988- DATA
129.txt-1989- Computer. Execute a complete
129.txt-1990- shutdown of the Holodeck.
129.txt-1991-
129.txt:1992: COMPUTER VOICE
129.txt-1993- Access denied.
129.txt-1994-
129.txt-1995- DATA
129.txt-1996- Explain.
129.txt-1997-
129.txt-1993- Access denied.
129.txt-1994-
129.txt-1995- DATA
129.txt-1996- Explain.
129.txt-1997-
129.txt:1998: COMPUTER VOICE
129.txt-1999- Override protocol has been
129.txt-2000- initiated.
129.txt-2001-
129.txt-2002- STAR TREK: "Elementary… " – 10/12/88 – ACT THREE 38.
129.txt-2003-
129.txt-2078-
129.txt-2079- PICARD
129.txt-2080- Computer. Tell me. Why wasn't
129.txt-2081- the Holodeck program terminated?
129.txt-2082-
129.txt:2083: COMPUTER VOICE
129.txt-2084- The override protocol has been
129.txt-2085- initiated.
129.txt-2086-
129.txt-2087- PICARD
129.txt-2088- On whose authority?
129.txt-2085- initiated.
129.txt-2086-
129.txt-2087- PICARD
129.txt-2088- On whose authority?
129.txt-2089-
129.txt:2090: COMPUTER VOICE
129.txt-2091- Lieutenant Geordi La Forge.
129.txt-2092-
129.txt-2093- All eyes turn to Geordi.
129.txt-2094-
129.txt-2095- GEORDI
129.txt-2202- failsafe has been overridden.
129.txt-2203-
129.txt-2204- PICARD
129.txt-2205- Computer, locate Doctor Pulaski.
129.txt-2206-
129.txt:2207: COMPUTER VOICE
129.txt-2208- Doctor Pulaski is on Holodeck Two.
129.txt-2209-
129.txt-2210- PICARD
129.txt-2211- And her vital signs?
129.txt-2212-
129.txt-2208- Doctor Pulaski is on Holodeck Two.
129.txt-2209-
129.txt-2210- PICARD
129.txt-2211- And her vital signs?
129.txt-2212-
129.txt:2213: COMPUTER VOICE
129.txt-2214- Strong and stable.
129.txt-2215-
129.txt-2216- PICARD
129.txt-2217- Counselor Troi, have you a sense
129.txt-2218- of our opponent?
129.txt-2287- Then stops.
129.txt-2288-
129.txt-2289- PICARD
129.txt-2290- Computer — what happened?
129.txt-2291-
129.txt:2292: COMPUTER VOICE
129.txt-2293- Attitude and stabilization control
129.txt-2294- of the Enterprise was momentarily
129.txt-2295- transferred to Holodeck Two.
129.txt-2296-
129.txt-2297- PICARD
129.txt-2556- Shall we sally forth, Mr. Holmes?
129.txt-2557- (to computer)
129.txt-2558- Computer tell me, is the program
129.txt-2559- still running?
129.txt-2560-
129.txt:2561: COMPUTER VOICE
129.txt-2562- Affirmative. You may enter.
129.txt-2563-
129.txt-2564- PICARD
129.txt-2565- Open.
129.txt-2566-
133.txt-45- WESLEY TRANSPORTER OPERATOR
133.txt-46- TROI MEDIC
133.txt-47- DATA
133.txt-48- WORF
133.txt-49- Non-Speaking Voice-Over
133.txt:50: USS ENTERPRISE COM PANEL/COMPUTER VOICE
133.txt-51- 2 CREWMEMBERS TRANSPORTER COM VOICE
133.txt-52-
133.txt-53- USS LANTREE
133.txt-54- CREWMEMBER (DEAD)
133.txt-55- CAPTAIN TELAKA (DEAD)
133.txt-1117- WORF
133.txt-1118- (to com panel)
133.txt-1119- Codename Firestorm. Access A-D-
133.txt-1120- three-three-two-four-nine.
133.txt-1121-
133.txt:1122: COMPUTER VOICE
133.txt-1123- Federation security code
133.txt-1124- recognized. Access confirmed.
133.txt-1125-
133.txt-1126- Worf takes a last look around the bridge. With great
133.txt-1127- sadness, his eyes move from one crewmember's body to the
133.txt-1130-
133.txt-1131- WORF
133.txt-1132- Set auto-destruct. Twenty second
133.txt-1133- delay.
133.txt-1134-
133.txt:1135: COMPUTER VOICE
133.txt-1136- Auto-destruct active. Eighteen
133.txt-1137- seconds… sixteen seconds…
133.txt-1138-
133.txt-1139- Worf pauses for a moment, a silent salute to the
133.txt-1140- bravery of the Lantree crew. he touches his insignia.
133.txt-1142- WORF
133.txt-1143- Energize.
133.txt-1144-
133.txt-1145- He's transformed into glittering energy and vanishes.
133.txt-1146-
133.txt:1147: COMPUTER VOICE
133.txt-1148- Twelve seconds… ten seconds…
133.txt-1149-
133.txt-1150- EXT. SPACE (OPTICAL)
133.txt-1151-
133.txt-1152- For a moment the two ships drift together as before.
133.txt-2184-
133.txt-2185- Riker is stunned. Doctor Pulaski enters the
133.txt-2186- shuttlecraft. Data looks at Riker with a shrug. He
133.txt-2187- follows Pulaski in and the hatch closes behind them.
133.txt-2188-
133.txt:2189: COMPUTER VOICE (V.O.)
133.txt-2190- (from com panel)
133.txt-2191- All personnel, clear the shuttle
133.txt-2192- bay.
133.txt-2193-
133.txt-2194- Riker jumps to the com panel.
133.txt-2197- (to com panel)
133.txt-2198- Computer — override shuttle
133.txt-2199- operations! Halt departure!
133.txt-2200- Secure the shuttle!
133.txt-2201-
133.txt:2202: COMPUTER VOICE (V.O.)
133.txt-2203- Riker, William T. Presently on
133.txt-2204- inactive duty status. No command
133.txt-2205- authorization.
133.txt-2206- (beat)
133.txt-2207- All personnel, clear the shuttle
133.txt-2229- INT. SHUTTLE BAY CONTROL ROOM (BLUE SCREEN)
133.txt-2230-
133.txt-2231- Through the airlock viewing port, Riker watches,
133.txt-2232- powerless and apprehensive.
133.txt-2233-
133.txt:2234: COMPUTER VOICE (V.O.)
133.txt-2235- (from com panel)
133.txt-2236- Shuttle Bay One is clear. Access
133.txt-2237- hatch sealed. Initiating
133.txt-2238- decompression.
133.txt-2239-
133.txt-2239-
133.txt-2240- DATA (V.O.)
133.txt-2241- Stand by to open shuttle bay
133.txt-2242- doors.
133.txt-2243-
133.txt:2244: COMPUTER VOICE (V.O.)
133.txt-2245- Decompression complete. Opening
133.txt-2246- main shuttle bay doors.
133.txt-2247-
133.txt-2248- Beyond the shuttlecraft, the hangar bay doors begin
133.txt-2249- to part, revealing the starry night.
135.txt-38- PICARD CAPTAIN PHILLIPA LOUVOIS
135.txt-39- RIKER ADMIRAL NAKAMURA (MALE)
135.txt-40- DATA COMMANDER BRUCE MADDOX
135.txt-41- PULASKI
135.txt-42- TROI Voice-Over
135.txt:43: GEORDI COMPUTER VOICE
135.txt-44- WORF
135.txt-45- WESLEY
135.txt-46- GUINAN
135.txt-47- O'BRIEN
135.txt-48-
135.txt-48-
135.txt-49- Non-Speaking
135.txt-50- CREWMEMBERS
135.txt-51-
135.txt-52- Voice-Over
135.txt:53: COMPUTER VOICE
135.txt-54-
135.txt-55- STAR TREK: "The Measure of a Man" – 12/14/88 – SETS
135.txt-56-
135.txt-57- STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
135.txt-58- "The Measure of a Man"
135.txt-907- on his desk)
135.txt-908- Computer. Pull all relevant
135.txt-909- Starfleet regulations concerning
135.txt-910- officer transfers.
135.txt-911-
135.txt:912: COMPUTER VOICE
135.txt-913- Working.
135.txt-914-
135.txt-915- Page after page of regulations begin to scroll across
135.txt-916- the screen. Picard, knuckling his chin, studies them
135.txt-917- in frowning abstraction.
135.txt-1845-
135.txt-1846- RIKER
135.txt-1847- Computer, identify Riker, William
135.txt-1848- T. Clearance level blue.
135.txt-1849-
135.txt:1850: COMPUTER VOICE
135.txt-1851- Identified. Ready.
135.txt-1852-
135.txt-1853- RIKER
135.txt-1854- Access all technical schematics
135.txt-1855- of Lieutenant Commander Data.
135.txt-1852-
135.txt-1853- RIKER
135.txt-1854- Access all technical schematics
135.txt-1855- of Lieutenant Commander Data.
135.txt-1856-
135.txt:1857: COMPUTER VOICE
135.txt-1858- Working.
135.txt-1859-
135.txt-1860- STAR TREK: "The Measure of a Man" – 12/14/88 – ACT FOUR 35.
135.txt-1861-
135.txt-1862-19A CONTINUED:
135.txt-1886- High-tech room. An amphitheater-like arrangement where
135.txt-1887- spectators can sit. Picard with Data seated at their
135.txt-1888- table. Riker and Maddox to their right at another
135.txt-1889- table. Phillipa enters.
135.txt-1890-
135.txt:1891: COMPUTER VOICE
135.txt-1892- All rise.
135.txt-1893-
135.txt-1894- PHILLIPA
135.txt-1895- (seats herself behind
135.txt-1896- the bench)
135.txt-1920- call Lieutenant Commander Data.
135.txt-1921-
135.txt-1922- Data seats himself in the witness chair, and places
135.txt-1923- his hand on the scanner.
135.txt-1924-
135.txt:1925: COMPUTER VOICE
135.txt-1926- Verify, Lieutenant Commander Data.
135.txt-1927- Current assignment, USS
135.txt-1928- Enterprise. Starfleet Command
135.txt-1929- Decoration for…
135.txt-1930-
135.txt-1938- read. All of it.
135.txt-1939-
135.txt-1940- PHILLIPA
135.txt-1941- Sustained.
135.txt-1942-
135.txt:1943: COMPUTER VOICE
135.txt-1944- (resuming)
135.txt-1945- … Gallantry, Medal of Honor with
135.txt-1946- clusters, Legion of Honor, the
135.txt-1947- Star Cross.
135.txt-1948-
135.txt-2414- Bruce Maddox as a hostile witness.
135.txt-2415-
135.txt-2416- Riker and Maddox confer, then with a shrug Maddox seats
135.txt-2417- himself in the witness chair.
135.txt-2418-
135.txt:2419: COMPUTER VOICE
135.txt-2420- Verify, Maddox, Bruce, Commander.
135.txt-2421- Current assignment, Chair of
135.txt-2422- Robotics, Federation Institute
135.txt-2423- of Technology. Major papers…
135.txt-2424-
137.txt-42- PULASKI Non-Speaking
137.txt-43- TROI YAMATO CREWMEMBERS
137.txt-44- GEORDI ROMULAN CREWMEMBERS
137.txt-45- WORF
137.txt-46- WESLEY Voice-Over
137.txt:47: ICONIAN COMPUTER VOICE
137.txt:48: O'BRIEN ROMULAN COMPUTER VOICE
137.txt-49- WILLIAMS
137.txt-50- DOCTOR
137.txt-51-
137.txt-52- Non-Speaking
137.txt-53- CREWMEMBERS
137.txt-51-
137.txt-52- Non-Speaking
137.txt-53- CREWMEMBERS
137.txt-54-
137.txt-55- Voice-Over
137.txt:56: COMPUTER VOICE
137.txt-57-
137.txt-58- STAR TREK: "Contagion" – 01/04/89 – SETS
137.txt-59-
137.txt-60- STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
137.txt-61- "Contagion"
137.txt-682- Varley's personal log. Search
137.txt-683- parameter, locate entries
137.txt-684- containing the words Romulan and
137.txt-685- Iconia.
137.txt-686-
137.txt:687: COMPUTER VOICE
137.txt-688- Working.
137.txt-689-
137.txt-690-12 COMPUTER VIEWSCREEN (OPTICAL)
137.txt-691-
137.txt-692- Top of the screen shows a date and time code. Varley
137.txt-780- The future well being of the
137.txt-781- Federation may depend upon it.
137.txt-782-
137.txt-783- The image blips out.
137.txt-784-
137.txt:785: COMPUTER VOICE
137.txt-786- No further entries conforming to
137.txt-787- search parameters.
137.txt-788-
137.txt-789- For a long, grim moment, Picard stares at the blank
137.txt-790- screen. He then rises and starts to exit. But the
137.txt-2679-
137.txt-2680- Picard keys in the launch sequence. A LOW HEAVY
137.txt-2681- RUMBLING fills the room. A MECHANICAL, ALIEN-SOUNDING
137.txt-2682- VOICE begins what is obviously a countdown.
137.txt-2683-
137.txt:2684: COMPUTER VOICE
137.txt-2685- Kandar se. Kandar ere.
137.txt-2686-
137.txt-2687- STAR TREK: "Contagion" – REV. 01/11/89 – ACT FIVE 49.
137.txt-2688-
137.txt-2689-41 INT. MAIN ENGINEERING
137.txt-2792- Picard is keying the override sequence. The RUMBLING
137.txt-2793- becomes a ROAR. Suddenly the room is shaking. Steam
137.txt-2794- erupts from the console. The countdown continues over
137.txt-2795- this scene.
137.txt-2796-
137.txt:2797: COMPUTER VOICE
137.txt-2798- Kandar more, kandar sete, kandar
137.txt-2799- ne.
137.txt-2800-
137.txt-2801-43 EXT. SPACE – THE ENTERPRISE (OPTICAL)
137.txt-2802-
137.txt-2828- it, but at the last minute it switches to the bridge of
137.txt-2829- the Romulan cruiser. Picard hesitates for an instant,
137.txt-2830- then plunges through just as the globe shatters. Over
137.txt-2831- all of this the countdown continues:
137.txt-2832-
137.txt:2833: COMPUTER VOICE
137.txt-2834- Kandar qetar, Kandar jet, kandar
137.txt-2835- piqe, kandar…
137.txt-2836-
137.txt-2837-46 INT. ROMULAN MAIN BRIDGE (OPTICAL)
137.txt-2838-
137.txt-2840- bridge is a disaster. Sparks off some of the consoles,
137.txt-2841- etc. Two Romulan crewmembers with phasers move in on
137.txt-2842- Picard. Over all there is a HOWLING KLAXON and lights
137.txt-2843- flashing. A MONOTONOUS VOICE announces:
137.txt-2844-
137.txt:2845: COMPUTER VOICE
137.txt-2846- Setha-tri par trukatha.
137.txt-2847-
137.txt-2848-47 INT. ENTERPRISE TRANSPORTER ROOM
137.txt-2849-
137.txt-2850- O'BRIEN
137.txt-2871-
137.txt-2872- TARIS
137.txt-2873- (bitterly)
137.txt-2874- You did this.
137.txt-2875-
137.txt:2876: COMPUTER VOICE
137.txt-2877- Setha-ki par trukatha.
137.txt-2878-
137.txt-2879- PICARD
137.txt-2880- Did what?
137.txt-2881-
137.txt-2882- TARIS
137.txt-2883- Activated the auto-destruct. I
137.txt-2884- at least have the satisfaction
137.txt-2885- that you will die with us.
137.txt-2886-
137.txt:2887: COMPUTER VOICE
137.txt-2888- Setha-mille par trukatha.
137.txt-2889-
137.txt-2890- PICARD
137.txt-2891- (feeling the effects
137.txt-2892- of the transporter
139.txt-50-
139.txt-51- Non-Speaking
139.txt-52- CREWMEMBERS
139.txt-53-
139.txt-54- Voice-Over
139.txt:55: COMPUTER VOICE
139.txt-56-
139.txt-57- STAR TREK: "Time Squared" – REV. 2/7/89 – SETS
139.txt-58-
139.txt-59- STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
139.txt-60- "Time Squared"
140.txt-54- CREWMEMBERS
140.txt-55- BOLISKA
140.txt-56- GRAHAM
140.txt-57-
140.txt-58- Voice-Over
140.txt:59: COMPUTER VOICE
140.txt-60-
140.txt-61- STAR TREK: "The Icarus Factor" – 2/2/89 – SETS
140.txt-62-
140.txt-63- STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
140.txt-64- "The Icarus Factor"
140.txt-2293- with silent awe.
140.txt-2294-
140.txt-2295- DATA
140.txt-2296- Computer… Is this it?
140.txt-2297-
140.txt:2298: COMPUTER VOICE
140.txt-2299- Correct. Klingon Rite of
140.txt-2300- Ascension Chamber.
140.txt-2301-
140.txt-2302- Data looks to Geordi, who wonders:
140.txt-2303-
141.txt-54- Non-Speaking
141.txt-55- CREWMEMBERS
141.txt-56- BARTENDER
141.txt-57-
141.txt-58- Voice-Over
141.txt:59: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-60-
141.txt-61- STAR TREK: "Pen Pals" – 2/10/89 – SETS
141.txt-62-
141.txt-63- STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
141.txt-64- "Pen Pals"
141.txt-186- (continuing)
141.txt-187- Computer, program Holodeck for
141.txt-188- a woodland setting with a bridle
141.txt-189- path and an appropriate mount.
141.txt-190-
141.txt:191: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-192- Type of mount? Andorian Zabathu,
141.txt-193- Klingon Sark —
141.txt-194-
141.txt-195- PICARD
141.txt-196- (impatiently)
141.txt-194-
141.txt-195- PICARD
141.txt-196- (impatiently)
141.txt-197- A horse, an Earth horse.
141.txt-198-
141.txt:199: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-200- Breed?
141.txt-201-
141.txt-202- STAR TREK: "Pen Pals" — REV. 2/21/89 – TEASER 3.
141.txt-203-
141.txt-204-3 CONTINUED:
141.txt-217- PICARD
141.txt-218- I like that. Oh yes, computer,
141.txt-219- English tack, and I will control
141.txt-220- the animal myself.
141.txt-221-
141.txt:222: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-223- Acknowledged.
141.txt-224-
141.txt-225- The doors open, and there is the scene. The horse,
141.txt-226- already saddled and bridled, stands quietly in a glade
141.txt-227- in the trees tethered to an old-fashioned horse head
141.txt-726- when suddenly there is a signal.
141.txt-727-
141.txt-728- DATA
141.txt-729- Computer, identify.
141.txt-730-
141.txt:731: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-732- Sensors indicate low-level R.F.
141.txt-733- waves.
141.txt-734-
141.txt-735- DATA
141.txt-736- Is there a pattern?
141.txt-733- waves.
141.txt-734-
141.txt-735- DATA
141.txt-736- Is there a pattern?
141.txt-737-
141.txt:738: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-739- Affirmative.
141.txt-740-
141.txt-741- There is a SOUND OF STATIC and under it all a repeating
141.txt-742- tonal pattern.
141.txt-743-
141.txt-742- tonal pattern.
141.txt-743-
141.txt-744- DATA
141.txt-745- Naturally occurring?
141.txt-746-
141.txt:747: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-748- Negative.
141.txt-749-
141.txt-750- DATA
141.txt-751- Key universal translator.
141.txt-752-
141.txt-748- Negative.
141.txt-749-
141.txt-750- DATA
141.txt-751- Key universal translator.
141.txt-752-
141.txt:753: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-754- Unable to comply. Weak signal.
141.txt-755-
141.txt-756- DATA
141.txt-757- Lock on com link and boost.
141.txt-758-
141.txt-758-
141.txt-759- STAR TREK: "Pen Pals" – REV. 2/21/89 – ACT ONE 14.
141.txt-760-
141.txt-761-10 CONTINUED:
141.txt-762-
141.txt:763: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-764- Lock on complete.
141.txt-765-
141.txt-766- DATA
141.txt-767- Read.
141.txt-768-
141.txt-764- Lock on complete.
141.txt-765-
141.txt-766- DATA
141.txt-767- Read.
141.txt-768-
141.txt:769: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-770- Working.
141.txt-771-
141.txt-772- Data settles back to wait.
141.txt-773-
141.txt-774-11 INT. GEOPHYSICAL LABORATORY (OPTICAL)
141.txt-845-
141.txt-846-12 INT. DATA'S QUARTERS
141.txt-847-
141.txt-848- Data seated at his desk.
141.txt-849-
141.txt:850: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-851- Analysis complete.
141.txt-852-
141.txt-853- STAR TREK: "Pen Pals" – REV. 2/14/89 – ACT ONE 16.
141.txt-854-
141.txt-855-12 CONTINUED:
141.txt-963-
141.txt-964-15 INT. CORRIDOR (OPTICAL)
141.txt-965-
141.txt-966- Picard is keying the Holodeck panel.
141.txt-967-
141.txt:968: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-969- Program complete. Enter when
141.txt-970- ready.
141.txt-971-
141.txt-972- The doors open and we see the woodland scene with the
141.txt-973- Arab mare patiently waiting. Picard ENTERS.
141.txt-1097-
141.txt-1098- DATA
141.txt-1099- Access all volcanic and tectonic
141.txt-1100- plate activity of Drema Four.
141.txt-1101-
141.txt:1102: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-1103- Accessing.
141.txt-1104-
141.txt-1105- Information hits the screen, and Data executes a fast
141.txt-1106- read.
141.txt-1107-
141.txt-1106- read.
141.txt-1107-
141.txt-1108- DATA
141.txt-1109- Computer, locate Captain Picard.
141.txt-1110-
141.txt:1111: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-1112- Captain Picard is on Holodeck
141.txt-1113- Three.
141.txt-1114-
141.txt-1115- Data crosses and enters the turbolift. His expression
141.txt-1116- is very serious.
141.txt-1934-
141.txt-1935- DATA
141.txt-1936- Sarjenka, this is Data. Respond
141.txt-1937- please.
141.txt-1938-
141.txt:1939: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-1940- Unable to complete transmission.
141.txt-1941-
141.txt-1942- DATA
141.txt-1943- Reason for failure?
141.txt-1944-
141.txt-1940- Unable to complete transmission.
141.txt-1941-
141.txt-1942- DATA
141.txt-1943- Reason for failure?
141.txt-1944-
141.txt:1945: COMPUTER VOICE
141.txt-1946- Damage to remote receiver on
141.txt-1947- planet's surface.
141.txt-1948-
141.txt-1949- Data rises, and heads briskly out the door.
141.txt-1950-
144.txt-181- Always.
144.txt-182-
144.txt-183- Suddenly, the oscillations of the sound appear on the
144.txt-184- screen, then a page of print.
144.txt-185-
144.txt:186: COMPUTER VOICE
144.txt-187- Signal analysis complete.
144.txt-188- Distress beacon used by the
144.txt-189- European Hegemony.
144.txt-190-
144.txt-191- STAR TREK: "Send In The Clones" – 3/17/89 – TEASER 3.
144.txt-202- government. You should read more
144.txt-203- history, Number One. Computer,
144.txt-204- bracket exact dates when this
144.txt-205- beacon was in general use.
144.txt-206-
144.txt:207: COMPUTER VOICE
144.txt-208- Old Earth calendar, 2123 until
144.txt-209- 2190.
144.txt-210-
144.txt-211- RIKER
144.txt-212- No extraterrestrial source has
144.txt-210-
144.txt-211- RIKER
144.txt-212- No extraterrestrial source has
144.txt-213- ever used this beacon?
144.txt-214-
144.txt:215: COMPUTER VOICE
144.txt-216- Negative.
144.txt-217-
144.txt-218- PICARD
144.txt-219- Locate all Earth deep space
144.txt-220- launches from 2123 until 2190,
144.txt-218- PICARD
144.txt-219- Locate all Earth deep space
144.txt-220- launches from 2123 until 2190,
144.txt-221- and list their destinations.
144.txt-222-
144.txt:223: COMPUTER VOICE
144.txt-224- Working.
144.txt-225-
144.txt-226- A neat two column list appears on the screen. Picard
144.txt-227- scans it eagerly. Then leans back in disappointment.
144.txt-228-
144.txt-1084-
144.txt-1085- STAR TREK: "Send In The Clones" – 3/17/89 – ACT TWO 20.
144.txt-1086-
144.txt-1087-19 CONTINUED:
144.txt-1088-
144.txt:1089: COMPUTER VOICE
144.txt-1090- Fire in Cargo Hold Seven.
144.txt-1091-
144.txt-1092- RIKER
144.txt-1093- The Bringloidi!
144.txt-1094-
145.txt-52-
145.txt-53- Non-speaking Non-Speaking
145.txt-54- SECURITY GUARD ANTEDIAN DIGNITARY
145.txt-55- BAR CROWD
145.txt-56- Voice-over SAILOR
145.txt:57: COMPUTER VOICE BLEACHED BLOND
145.txt-58- HARD DRINKERS
145.txt-59- CHINESE-AMERICAN
145.txt-60- MISC. PATRONS
145.txt-61-
145.txt-62-
145.txt-1528- California, United States Of
145.txt-1529- America, the year 1945 A.D.,
145.txt-1530- program to fit the novel, "The
145.txt-1531- Long Dark Tunnel".
145.txt-1532-
145.txt:1533: COMPUTER VOICE
145.txt-1534- You may enter when ready.
145.txt-1535-
145.txt-1536-43 PULL BACK TO SEE PICARD (OPTICAL)
145.txt-1537-
145.txt-1538- decked out in trenchcoat and fedora, re-entering
145.txt-2879-
145.txt-2880- MRS. TROI
145.txt-2881- Tell me, computer, is Commander
145.txt-2882- Riker still on the bridge?
145.txt-2883-
145.txt:2884: COMPUTER VOICE
145.txt-2885- Negative. Riker is currently in
145.txt-2886- Holodeck Three.
145.txt-2887-
145.txt-2888- MRS. TROI
145.txt-2889- Holodeck? Where is that?
145.txt-2886- Holodeck Three.
145.txt-2887-
145.txt-2888- MRS. TROI
145.txt-2889- Holodeck? Where is that?
145.txt-2890-
145.txt:2891: COMPUTER VOICE
145.txt-2892- Follow the com panel lights. They
145.txt-2893- will lead you there.
145.txt-2894-
145.txt-2895- The panels begin to light up, pointing the way to the
145.txt-2896- Holodeck.
146.txt-49- O'BRIEN
146.txt-50- ENSIGN CLANCEY
146.txt-51- TACTICAL CREWMAN
146.txt-52-
146.txt-53- Voice-over
146.txt:54: COMPUTER VOICE
146.txt-55- FEMALE COM VOICE
146.txt-56-
146.txt-57- Non-Speaking Non-Speaking
146.txt-58- N.D. CREWMEMBERS THREE ALIEN WARRIORS
146.txt-59- KLINGON CREWMEMBERS
146.txt-1661-43 INT. CORRIDOR OUTSIDE HOLODECK
146.txt-1662-
146.txt-1663- as K'Ehleyr approaches. She touches the Holodeck
146.txt-1664- panel; it lights up.
146.txt-1665-
146.txt:1666: COMPUTER VOICE
146.txt-1667- Enter program.
146.txt-1668-
146.txt-1669- K'EHLEYR
146.txt-1670- Show me the exercise menu.
146.txt-1671-
146.txt-1682- Calisthenics program of Lieutenant
146.txt-1683- Worf.
146.txt-1684-
146.txt-1685- After a beat:
146.txt-1686-
146.txt:1687: COMPUTER VOICE
146.txt-1688- Program complete. You may enter
146.txt-1689- when ready.
146.txt-1690-
146.txt-1691- STAR TREK: "The Emissary" – REV. 4/12/89 – ACT THREE 30.
146.txt-1692-
148.txt-1348-
148.txt-1349- The Parkland hidden at this moment by a WILD SECTION OF
148.txt-1350- CORRIDOR WALL AND HATCHWAY which, when the hatch is
148.txt-1351- opened, will REVEAL PARKLAND.
148.txt-1352-
148.txt:1353: COMPUTER VOICE
148.txt-1354- (continuing; without
148.txt-1355- delay)
148.txt-1356- And if you care to enter,
148.txt-1357- Commander…
148.txt-1358-
148.txt-3662- Picard enters from the turbolift.
148.txt-3663-
148.txt-3664- Geordi and Pulaski are not present. The AFT PANELS
148.txt-3665- FLASH that AUTO-DESTRUCT is ENGAGED.
148.txt-3666-
148.txt:3667: COMPUTER VOICE
148.txt-3668- Thirty seconds to auto-destruct.
148.txt-3669-
148.txt-3670- STAR TREK: "Shades of Gray" – REV. 5/2/89 – ACT FIVE 66.
148.txt-3671-
148.txt-3672-117B CONTINUED:
150.txt-49- WESLEY GUARD
150.txt-50- GUINAN CREW OF ENGINEERS
150.txt-51- SUPERNUMERARIES
150.txt-52-
150.txt-53- WORK CREWMEMBER #1
150.txt:54: COMPUTER VOICE
150.txt-55- ERIC
150.txt-56- ANNETTE
150.txt-57- MALE NURSE
150.txt-58-
150.txt-59- STAR TREK: "Evolution" – REV. 7/25/89 – SETS
150.txt-466-
150.txt-467- PICARD
150.txt-468- Computer, explanation for control
150.txt-469- malfunction.
150.txt-470-
150.txt:471: COMPUTER VOICE
150.txt-472- No control malfunction has been
150.txt-473- recorded.
150.txt-474-
150.txt-475- Off their reactions…
150.txt-476-
150.txt-646-
150.txt-647- STAR TREK: "Evolution" – REV. 7/25/89 – ACT ONE 11A.
150.txt-648-
150.txt-649-27 CONTINUED:
150.txt-650-
150.txt:651: COMPUTER VOICE
150.txt-652- The food slot is functioning
150.txt-653- properly.
150.txt-654-
150.txt-655- BEVERLY
150.txt-656- Well, check it again…
150.txt-657-
150.txt-658- STAR TREK: "Evolution" – REV. 7/25/89 – ACT ONE 12.
150.txt-659-
150.txt-660-27 CONTINUED: (2)
150.txt-661-
150.txt:662: COMPUTER VOICE
150.txt-663- The food slot is functioning
150.txt-664- properly.
150.txt-665-
150.txt-666- BEVERLY
150.txt-667- Deactivate food slot.
150.txt-952- immediately.
150.txt-953-
150.txt-954- In the back, the turbolift doors start opening and
150.txt-955- closing repeatedly as the computer babbles —
150.txt-956-
150.txt:957: COMPUTER VOICE
150.txt-958- Pawn to King Three… Knight to
150.txt-959- Rook Four… Queen to Bishop
150.txt-960- Three…
150.txt-961-
150.txt-962- DATA
154.txt-51- WESLEY
154.txt-52- O'BRIEN
154.txt-53- GUINAN
154.txt-54- CHRISTY
154.txt-55- LEAH BRAHMS
154.txt:56: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-57-
154.txt-58- Non-Speaking
154.txt-59- CREWMEMBERS
154.txt-60- GYPSY VIOLIN PLAYER
154.txt-61-
154.txt-200- GEORDI
154.txt-201- Knock it off.
154.txt-202-
154.txt-203- The music continues.
154.txt-204-
154.txt:205: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-206- Do you require full termination
154.txt-207- of the Holodeck program or just
154.txt-208- the audio portion?
154.txt-209-
154.txt-210- On Geordi's frustrated sigh…
154.txt-1227- GEORDI
154.txt-1228- Computer, as we increased our
154.txt-1229- power levels, was there any
154.txt-1230- counter-reaction?
154.txt-1231-
154.txt:1232: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-1233- Affirmative. The opposing force
154.txt-1234- grew in direct proportion to the
154.txt-1235- power output of the Enterprise.
154.txt-1236-
154.txt-1237- GEORDI
154.txt-1236-
154.txt-1237- GEORDI
154.txt-1238- So it kept us from forming a
154.txt-1239- subspace field for the warp drive?
154.txt-1240-
154.txt:1241: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-1242- That is correct.
154.txt-1243-
154.txt-1244- STAR TREK: "Booby Trap" – REV. 9/12/89 – ACT TWO 21.
154.txt-1245-
154.txt-1246-35 CONTINUED:
154.txt-1275-
154.txt-1276- The computer screen uses a digital insert to show a
154.txt-1277- Starfleet identification card with a photograph of an
154.txt-1278- attractive woman.
154.txt-1279-
154.txt:1280: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-1281- Doctor Leah Brahms. Engineer.
154.txt-1282- Graduate of the Daystrom
154.txt-1283- Institute. Theoretical Propulsion
154.txt-1284- Group, Galaxy class starships.
154.txt-1285- Team seven, junior member.
154.txt-1288- Junior member, huh. Looks like
154.txt-1289- she wrote the book on propulsion.
154.txt-1290- (beat, considering)
154.txt-1291- Call up subspace design logs…
154.txt-1292-
154.txt:1293: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-1294- Select menu, visual records or
154.txt-1295- L. Brahms' voice entries.
154.txt-1296-
154.txt-1297- STAR TREK: "Booby Trap" – REV. 9/6/89 – ACT TWO 22.
154.txt-1298-
154.txt-1474- (standing)
154.txt-1475- Computer, is there a cross section
154.txt-1476- of the engines we can replicate
154.txt-1477- on a Holodeck?
154.txt-1478-
154.txt:1479: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-1480- Select menu: design specifications
154.txt-1481- or prototype schematic.
154.txt-1482-
154.txt-1483- GEORDI
154.txt-1484- Prototype? Elaborate…
154.txt-1485-
154.txt-1486- STAR TREK: "Booby Trap" – REV. 9/12/89 – ACT TWO 25A.
154.txt-1487-
154.txt-1488-40 CONTINUED: (2)
154.txt-1489-
154.txt:1490: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-1491- A development stage prototype
154.txt-1492- schematic at Utopia Planitia,
154.txt-1493- drafting room five, of the Mars
154.txt-1494- Station, Stardate 40174.
154.txt-1495-
154.txt-1506- Geordi arrives, presses a panel outside Holodeck Three.
154.txt-1507-
154.txt-1508- GEORDI
154.txt-1509- Ready computer?
154.txt-1510-
154.txt:1511: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-1512- Holodeck Three program is ready.
154.txt-1513-
154.txt-1514- Geordi ENTERS the Holodeck.
154.txt-1515-
154.txt-1516-42 INT. HOLODECK/DRAFTING ROOM (OPTICAL)
154.txt-1605-
154.txt-1606- GEORDI
154.txt-1607- Computer, did I ask for a
154.txt-1608- simulation?
154.txt-1609-
154.txt:1610: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-1611- Affirmative. You asked Doctor
154.txt-1612- Brahms to show you which system
154.txt-1613- could accept reactants at a faster
154.txt-1614- rate. By accessing available
154.txt-1615- imagery, an adequate facsimile
154.txt-1761-
154.txt-1762- GEORDI
154.txt-1763- (to computer)
154.txt-1764- … 452 through system L-575.
154.txt-1765-
154.txt:1766: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-1767- Adjustments to dilithium crystal
154.txt-1768- chamber complete.
154.txt-1769-
154.txt-1770- GEORDI
154.txt-1771- Impact analysis, computer.
154.txt-1768- chamber complete.
154.txt-1769-
154.txt-1770- GEORDI
154.txt-1771- Impact analysis, computer.
154.txt-1772-
154.txt:1773: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-1774- Warp energy has increased fourteen
154.txt-1775- percent. Reactants per unit time
154.txt-1776- remaining steady.
154.txt-1777-
154.txt-1778- GEORDI
154.txt-1785- GEORDI
154.txt-1786- Computer, do you have any… you
154.txt-1787- know… personality… on file
154.txt-1788- for Doctor Brahms?
154.txt-1789-
154.txt:1790: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-1791- Starfleet personality profile
154.txt-1792- analysis, stardate 37650…
154.txt-1793-
154.txt-1794- Moves to her, thinking, what else does he need…
154.txt-1795-
154.txt-1800-
154.txt-1801- STAR TREK: "Booby Trap" – REV. 8/31/89 – ACT THREE 32.
154.txt-1802-
154.txt-1803-48 CONTINUED:
154.txt-1804-
154.txt:1805: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-1806- Doctor Brahms attended Chaya-seven
154.txt-1807- caucuses on the following
154.txt-1808- stardates…
154.txt-1809-
154.txt-1810- GEORDI
154.txt-1813- Computer, if you add all data
154.txt-1814- from these sources, could you
154.txt-1815- synthesize a true representation
154.txt-1816- of Doctor Brahms?
154.txt-1817-
154.txt:1818: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-1819- There would be a nine-point-three
154.txt-1820- percent margin of error in the
154.txt-1821- interactive responses from the
154.txt-1822- facsimile.
154.txt-1823-
154.txt-2217-
154.txt-2218-56 CONTINUED:
154.txt-2219-
154.txt-2220- The drafting room begins to fade.
154.txt-2221-
154.txt:2222: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-2223- Energy reserves reaching critical
154.txt-2224- stage. Standard procedure
154.txt-2225- requires termination of all
154.txt-2226- simulations.
154.txt-2227-
154.txt-2227-
154.txt-2228- GEORDI
154.txt-2229- Computer, override standard
154.txt-2230- procedure…
154.txt-2231-
154.txt:2232: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-2233- Override authority restricted.
154.txt-2234-
154.txt-2235- GEORDI
154.txt-2236- What? — computer —
154.txt-2237-
154.txt-2321-
154.txt-2322- PICARD
154.txt-2323- Computer, reinstate Holodeck Three
154.txt-2324- program.
154.txt-2325-
154.txt:2326: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-2327- Holodeck Three program is
154.txt-2328- reinstated.
154.txt-2329-
154.txt-2330- PICARD
154.txt-2331- Your best suggestion in an hour,
154.txt-2636- seems like a super sophisticated graphic arcade game…
154.txt-2637- a ship moving through the asteroid field… when it
154.txt-2638- gets too close to one, there is a brilliant beam of
154.txt-2639- energy that covers the ship… the image freezes…
154.txt-2640-
154.txt:2641: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-2642- Fatal radiation exposure.
154.txt-2643-
154.txt-2644- GEORDI
154.txt-2645- Computer, reduce thrust levels
154.txt-2646- another four percent… adjust
154.txt-2663-64 CONTINUED:
154.txt-2664-
154.txt-2665- The image of the ship just begins to move when
154.txt-2666- radiation wipes it out.
154.txt-2667-
154.txt:2668: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-2669- Fatal radiation exposure.
154.txt-2670-
154.txt-2671- GEORDI
154.txt-2672- Swell. Same variables. Only
154.txt-2673- this time the computer didn't
154.txt-2674- quite make it…
154.txt-2675-
154.txt-2676- The console screen goes to static. The Red Alert
154.txt-2677- sounds.
154.txt-2678-
154.txt:2679: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-2680- (so calmly)
154.txt-2681- Deflector shield failure. Lethal
154.txt-2682- radiation levels. Fatal exposure
154.txt-2683- in twenty-six minutes.
154.txt-2684-
154.txt-2697-
154.txt-2698-65 INT. HOLODECK/DRAFTING ROOM
154.txt-2699-
154.txt-2700- As before.
154.txt-2701-
154.txt:2702: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-2703- Deflector shield failure. Lethal
154.txt-2704- radiation levels. Fatal exposure
154.txt-2705- in twenty-three minutes.
154.txt-2706-
154.txt-2707- Pushing in to Geordi's face… looking at the static
154.txt-2754- direction… God, it's so
154.txt-2755- simple… it might even work…
154.txt-2756-
154.txt-2757- She shakes her head…
154.txt-2758-
154.txt:2759: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-2760- Lethal levels of radiation…
154.txt-2761-
154.txt-2762- GEORDI
154.txt-2763- Computer, shut up… at least in
154.txt-2764- Holodeck Three…
154.txt-2816- Riker looks at Picard…
154.txt-2817-
154.txt-2818- RIKER
154.txt-2819- One propeller, Captain…
154.txt-2820-
154.txt:2821: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-2822- Deflector shield failure. Lethal
154.txt-2823- radiation levels. Fatal exposure
154.txt-2824- in twelve minutes.
154.txt-2825-
154.txt-2826- PICARD
154.txt-2882- impulse engines for a short burst.
154.txt-2883- Inertial dampers are on manual.
154.txt-2884- They may not fully compensate for
154.txt-2885- acceleration. Brace yourselves.
154.txt-2886-
154.txt:2887: COMPUTER VOICE
154.txt-2888- Deflector shield failure. Lethal
154.txt-2889- radiation levels. Fatal —
154.txt-2890-
154.txt-2891- RIKER
154.txt-2892- Computer, discontinue radiation
161.txt-2579- Q ENTERS, morose…
161.txt-2580-
161.txt-2581- Q
161.txt-2582- Where's the Main Shuttlebay?
161.txt-2583-
161.txt:2584: COMPUTER VOICE
161.txt-2585- Main Shuttlebay is located on deck
161.txt-2586- four.
161.txt-2587-
161.txt-2588- Q
161.txt-2589- Take me there…
165.txt-1590- Computer. Presentation overview
165.txt-1591- of Klingon custom and law
165.txt-1592- pertaining to familial
165.txt-1593- accountability.
165.txt-1594-
165.txt:1595: COMPUTER VOICE
165.txt-1596- Acknowledged.
165.txt-1597-
165.txt-1598- PICARD
165.txt-1599- In my Ready Room.
165.txt-1600-
167.txt-41- RIKER SOVAK
167.txt-42- DATA AJUR
167.txt-43- BEVERLY BORATUS
167.txt-44- TROI JOVAL
167.txt-45- GEORDI
167.txt:46: WORF COMPUTER VOICE
167.txt-47-
167.txt-48- Non-Speaking
167.txt-49- RESORT SUPERNUMERARIES
167.txt-50- Non-Speaking MALE COMPANION
167.txt-51- SUPERNUMERARIES
168.txt-48- TROI
168.txt-49- GEORDI
168.txt-50- WORF
168.txt-51- WESLEY
168.txt-52- O'BRIEN
168.txt:53: COMPUTER VOICE
168.txt-54-
168.txt-55- Non-Speaking
168.txt-56- SUPERNUMERARIES
168.txt-57- ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS
168.txt-58-
168.txt-1268-
168.txt-1269- PICARD
168.txt-1270- Remarkable. Computer — locate
168.txt-1271- Tam Elbrun.
168.txt-1272-
168.txt:1273: COMPUTER VOICE
168.txt-1274- Tam Elbrun is in Turbolift One,
168.txt-1275- en route to the Main Bridge.
168.txt-1276-
168.txt-1277- PICARD
168.txt-1278- Of course.
168.txt-1501- Working on it. Computer,
168.txt-1502- reconfigure structural integrity
168.txt-1503- power to feed inner deflector
168.txt-1504- grid.
168.txt-1505-
168.txt:1506: COMPUTER VOICE
168.txt-1507- Unable to comply. Requested
168.txt-1508- reroute would compromise
168.txt-1509- operational safety limits.
168.txt-1510-
168.txt-1511- GEORDI
168.txt-1511- GEORDI
168.txt-1512- To hell with the limits.
168.txt-1513- Override. Authorization La Forge
168.txt-1514- theta two-nine-nine-seven.
168.txt-1515-
168.txt:1516: COMPUTER VOICE
168.txt-1517- Rerouting structural integrity
168.txt-1518- power supply.
168.txt-1519-
168.txt-1520- GEORDI
168.txt-1521- (yells to supernumerary
168.txt-2165- GEORDI
168.txt-2166- (continuing)
168.txt-2167- Good. Computer, run level two
168.txt-2168- diagnostic.
168.txt-2169-
168.txt:2170: COMPUTER VOICE
168.txt-2171- Port sensor array remains offline.
168.txt-2172-
168.txt-2173- GEORDI
168.txt-2174- Damn.
168.txt-2175-
169.txt-48- WESLEY
169.txt-49-
169.txt-50- GUINAN
169.txt-51- O'BRIEN
169.txt-52- DUFFY
169.txt:53: COMPUTER VOICE
169.txt-54-
169.txt-55- Non-Speaking
169.txt-56- SUPERNUMERARIES
169.txt-57- ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS
169.txt-58- SECURITY GUARD
169.txt-1920-
169.txt-1921- RIKER
169.txt-1922- Computer. Locate Lieutenant
169.txt-1923- Barclay.
169.txt-1924-
169.txt:1925: COMPUTER VOICE
169.txt-1926- Lieutenant Barclay is in Holodeck
169.txt-1927- Two.
169.txt-1928-
169.txt-1929- Geordi face falls, glances at Troi… Riker is really
169.txt-1930- peeved.
169.txt-2762- The transporter malfunction.
169.txt-2763- That's a connection too.
169.txt-2764-
169.txt-2765- Alarm klaxons.
169.txt-2766-
169.txt:2767: COMPUTER VOICE
169.txt-2768- Danger. Approaching safety
169.txt-2769- limits of engine containment
169.txt-2770- field.
169.txt-2771-
169.txt-2772- GEORDI
169.txt-2772- GEORDI
169.txt-2773- Computer, list all physical
169.txt-2774- substances that wouldn't normally
169.txt-2775- be picked up by internal scans.
169.txt-2776-
169.txt:2777: COMPUTER VOICE
169.txt-2778- There are fifteen thousand five
169.txt-2779- hundred twenty-five known
169.txt-2780- substances that cannot be
169.txt-2781- detected by standard scans.
169.txt-2782-
169.txt-2783- GEORDI
169.txt-2784- (sarcastically)
169.txt-2785- Great. How many of those can
169.txt-2786- exist in an oxygen atmosphere?
169.txt-2787-
169.txt:2788: COMPUTER VOICE
169.txt-2789- Five hundred thirty-two.
169.txt-2790-
169.txt-2791- GEORDI
169.txt-2792- (irritated)
169.txt-2793- And could alter molecular
169.txt-2794- structure when it comes in
169.txt-2795- contact with…
169.txt-2796- (a beat)
169.txt-2797- … with glass.
169.txt-2798-
169.txt:2799: COMPUTER VOICE
169.txt-2800- Five.
169.txt-2801-
169.txt-2802- GEORDI
169.txt-2803- (touches pool table
169.txt-2804- button)
169.txt-2936- light… aims it into the canister (we don't need to
169.txt-2937- see inside)… Barclay reaches in with his glove and
169.txt-2938- as he pulls his glove out, Geordi shines the light on
169.txt-2939- it…
169.txt-2940-
169.txt:2941: COMPUTER VOICE
169.txt-2942- Danger. Exceeding safety limits
169.txt-2943- of engine containment field. At
169.txt-2944- current acceleration, structural
169.txt-2945- failure will occur in three
169.txt-2946- minutes, thirty seconds.
169.txt-3018-
169.txt-3019- WESLEY
169.txt-3020- Routing… ready for engine core
169.txt-3021- injection.
169.txt-3022-
169.txt:3023: COMPUTER VOICE
169.txt-3024- At current acceleration,
169.txt-3025- structural failure will occur in
169.txt-3026- forty-five seconds.
169.txt-3027-
169.txt-3028- STAR TREK: "Hollow Pursuits" – REV. 2/16/90 – ACT FIVE 51.
169.txt-3062- DATA
169.txt-3063- Matter injector… is on-line.
169.txt-3064- Anti-matter injector… still
169.txt-3065- locked.
169.txt-3066-
169.txt:3067: COMPUTER VOICE
169.txt-3068- At current acceleration,
169.txt-3069- structural failure will occur in
169.txt-3070- thirty seconds.
169.txt-3071-
169.txt-3072- PICARD
170.txt-49-
170.txt-50- Non-Speaking
170.txt-51- SUPERNUMERARIES
170.txt-52-
170.txt-53- Voice Over
170.txt:54: ENTERPRISE COMPUTER VOICE
170.txt-55-
170.txt-56- STAR TREK: "The Most Toys" 2/25/90 – SETS
170.txt-57-
170.txt-58- STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
170.txt-59- "The Most Toys"
170.txt-1054- GEORDI
170.txt-1055- Computer, did the containment
170.txt-1056- power supply or the backups fail
170.txt-1057- prior to the explosion?
170.txt-1058-
170.txt:1059: COMPUTER VOICE
170.txt-1060- Telemetry indicates no
170.txt-1061- interruption in containment field
170.txt-1062- power supply. Backup safety field
170.txt-1063- and reserve power was available
170.txt-1064- up until the instant of
170.txt-1068- Analyze telemetry from gravity
170.txt-1069- generator, impulse vents, fuel
170.txt-1070- cells, inertial dampers, and
170.txt-1071- related subsystems.
170.txt-1072-
170.txt:1073: COMPUTER VOICE
170.txt-1074- All readings negative.
170.txt-1075-
170.txt-1076- STAR TREK: "The Most Toys" – REV. 2/25/90 – ACT TWO 20.
170.txt-1077-
170.txt-1078-26B CONTINUED:
170.txt-1079-
170.txt-1080- GEORDI
170.txt-1081- What about external factors?
170.txt-1082- Local stellar phenomena?
170.txt-1083-
170.txt:1084: COMPUTER VOICE
170.txt-1085- Negative. Interstellar radiation
170.txt-1086- and EM spikes all within normal
170.txt-1087- tolerances.
170.txt-1088-
170.txt-1089- GEORDI
170.txt-1089- GEORDI
170.txt-1090- Was the shuttle close enough to
170.txt-1091- the Enterprise to have been
170.txt-1092- affected by our warp fields?
170.txt-1093-
170.txt:1094: COMPUTER VOICE
170.txt-1095- Negative. Warp systems were
170.txt-1096- operating at twelve percent idle,
170.txt-1097- insufficient to disrupt
170.txt-1098- containment fields.
170.txt-1099-
170.txt-1911-
170.txt-1912- PICARD
170.txt-1913- Computer, report on geologic
170.txt-1914- instability on Beta Agni Two.
170.txt-1915-
170.txt:1916: COMPUTER VOICE
170.txt-1917- No significant geological activity
170.txt-1918- has been recorded on Beta Agni Two
170.txt-1919- since the settlement of the
170.txt-1920- Federation colony.
170.txt-1921-
170.txt-2244-
170.txt-2245- PICARD
170.txt-2246- Computer, biographical file on
170.txt-2247- trader Kivas Fajo.
170.txt-2248-
170.txt:2249: COMPUTER VOICE
170.txt-2250- Accessing file… Kivas Fajo: A
170.txt-2251- Zibalian trader of the Stacius
170.txt-2252- trade guild… a noted
170.txt-2253- collector…
170.txt-2254-
170.txt-2252- trade guild… a noted
170.txt-2253- collector…
170.txt-2254-
170.txt-2255-48A FACES – REACTIONS
170.txt-2256-
170.txt:2257: COMPUTER VOICE
170.txt-2258- (continuing)
170.txt-2259- … of rare and valuable objects
170.txt-2260- including the Rejac Crystal, The
170.txt-2261- Starry Night by Van Gogh and
170.txt-2262- the Lawmim Galactopedia…
172.txt-52- Non-Speaking Non-Speaking
172.txt-53- SUPERNUMERARIES ALIEN DELEGATES
172.txt-54- 3 AWAY TEAM MEMBERS FERENGI CREWMAN
172.txt-55-
172.txt-56- Voice-overs
172.txt:57: FERENGI COMPUTER VOICE
172.txt-58-
172.txt-59- FERENGI CREWMAN
172.txt-60-
172.txt-61- STAR TREK: "Menage a Troi" REV. 3/16/90 – SETS
172.txt-62-
172.txt-1834-
172.txt-1835- STAR TREK: "Menage a Troi" – REV. 3/19/90 – ACT THREE 34.
172.txt-1836-
172.txt-1837-32A CONTINUED: (2)
172.txt-1838-
172.txt:1839: COMPUTER VOICE
172.txt-1840- Access to communications denied.
172.txt-1841- All transmissions to be
172.txt-1842- authorized by Daimon Tog.
172.txt-1843-
172.txt-1844- Riker and Troi exchange a look — "are you thinking
173.txt-47-
173.txt-48- O'BRIEN
173.txt-49- CHRISTY
173.txt-50- NURSE TEMPLE
173.txt-51-
173.txt:52: COMPUTER VOICE
173.txt-53-
173.txt-54- Non-Speaking
173.txt-55- SUPERNUMERARIES
173.txt-56- TWO SHUTTLE TECHNICIANS
173.txt-57-
173.txt-1382- Computer, run transformational
173.txt-1383- matrix calculations. Match
173.txt-1384- navigational referents to known
173.txt-1385- stars in this sector.
173.txt-1386-
173.txt:1387: COMPUTER VOICE
173.txt-1388- Information on this sector is
173.txt-1389- incomplete. No correlation.
173.txt-1390-
173.txt-1391- GEORDI
173.txt-1392- (determined)
173.txt-1443- Computer, is there a pulsar with
173.txt-1444- a rotational period of…
173.txt-1445- one-point-five-two-four-four
173.txt-1446- seconds within sensor range?
173.txt-1447-
173.txt:1448: COMPUTER VOICE
173.txt-1449- Affirmative.
173.txt-1450-
173.txt-1451- STAR TREK: "Transfigurations" – REV. 3/29/90 – ACT TWO 24A.
173.txt-1452-
173.txt-1453-25 CONTINUED: (2)
173.txt-1456- Bingo! Overlay navigational chart
173.txt-1457- using referenced pulsars and
173.txt-1458- project a flight path back to
173.txt-1459- origin.
173.txt-1460-
173.txt:1461: COMPUTER VOICE
173.txt-1462- Flight path originated at bearing
173.txt-1463- zero-zero-three, mark
173.txt-1464- zero-one-five. Distance,
173.txt-1465- two-point-three parsecs.
173.txt-1466-
174.txt-1556-34 INT. ENGINEERING
174.txt-1557-
174.txt-1558- A deafening crack of thunder… the ship shakes…
174.txt-1559- Geordi looks up…
174.txt-1560-
174.txt:1561: COMPUTER VOICE
174.txt-1562- Warning. Outer hull breach.
174.txt-1563-
174.txt-1564- INTERCUT:
174.txt-1565-
174.txt-1566-35 INT. MAIN BRIDGE
174.txt-1578- —
174.txt-1579-
174.txt-1580- GEORDI
174.txt-1581- Computer. Evacuation sequence…
174.txt-1582-
174.txt:1583: COMPUTER VOICE
174.txt-1584- Redirecting Engineering control
174.txt-1585- to bridge. Sealing doors to core
174.txt-1586- chamber…
174.txt-1587-
174.txt-1588- GEORDI
174.txt-1589- Move it people!
174.txt-1590-
174.txt-1591- The door is sliding down… and as he runs the hell out
174.txt-1592- of there…
174.txt-1593-
174.txt:1594: COMPUTER VOICE
174.txt-1595- Warning. Inner hull failing.
174.txt-1596- Decompression danger, deck
174.txt-1597- thirty-six, section four.
174.txt-1598- Sealing Main Engineering.
174.txt-1599-
177.txt-44- GEORDI
177.txt-45- WORF
177.txt-46- WESLEY
177.txt-47- O'BRIEN
177.txt-48- ENSIGN KOPF
177.txt:49: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-50-
177.txt-51- Non-Speaking
177.txt-52- VARIOUS SECURITY TEAMS
177.txt-53- NURSE
177.txt-54- VARIOUS SUPERNUMERARIES
177.txt-439-7 CONTINUED: (2)
177.txt-440-
177.txt-441- Data doesn't react. He pushes one last button which
177.txt-442- is followed by a loud KLAXON.
177.txt-443-
177.txt:444: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-445- Evacuate bridge. Deck one life
177.txt-446- support failure in fifteen
177.txt-447- seconds.
177.txt-448-
177.txt-449- PICARD
177.txt-456- GEORDI'S COM VOICE
177.txt-457- Aye, sir.
177.txt-458-
177.txt-459- Everyone hurries to the two stage-left turbolifts.
177.txt-460-
177.txt:461: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-462- Evacuate bridge. Deck one life
177.txt-463- support failure in ten seconds.
177.txt-464-
177.txt-465- RIKER
177.txt-466- Reassemble in Engineering.
177.txt-468- La Forge, let's get a diagnostic
177.txt-469- sweep underway…
177.txt-470-
177.txt-471- The turbolift doors close before he finishes.
177.txt-472-
177.txt:473: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-474- Evacuate bridge. Deck one life
177.txt-475- support failure in five seconds.
177.txt-476-
177.txt-477- All is silent but the beeps coming from Data's panel.
177.txt-478- The CAMERA PANS to find him busy at work.
177.txt-479-
177.txt-480- STAR TREK: "Brothers" – REV. 7/24/90 – ACT ONE 10.
177.txt-481-
177.txt-482-7 CONTINUED: (3)
177.txt-483-
177.txt:484: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-485- Deck one life support has been
177.txt-486- terminated.
177.txt-487-
177.txt-488- Data continues at his panel.
177.txt-489-
177.txt-499-
177.txt-500- GEORDI
177.txt-501- Not yet. Computer, isolate cause
177.txt-502- of life support failure.
177.txt-503-
177.txt:504: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-505- Atmosphere conditioning pumps on
177.txt-506- Deck one are operating in
177.txt-507- negative mode.
177.txt-508-
177.txt-509- GEORDI
177.txt-582-
177.txt-583- STAR TREK: "Brothers" – REV. 7/24/90 – ACT ONE 12.
177.txt-584-
177.txt-585-8 CONTINUED: (2)
177.txt-586-
177.txt:587: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-588- Commander Data is on the Main
177.txt-589- Bridge.
177.txt-590-
177.txt-591- RIKER
177.txt-592- What the hell is he up to?
177.txt-626- DATA
177.txt-627- Computer. Recognize Data,
177.txt-628- Lieutenant Commander. Alpha One
177.txt-629- clearance.
177.txt-630-
177.txt:631: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-632- Priority clearance recognition
177.txt-633- Alpha One.
177.txt-634-
177.txt-635- STAR TREK: "Brothers" – REV. 7/19/90 – ACT ONE 13.
177.txt-636-
177.txt-639- DATA
177.txt-640- Maintain minimum auxiliary power
177.txt-641- and disengage subspace
177.txt-642- communications.
177.txt-643-
177.txt:644: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-645- Acknowledged.
177.txt-646-
177.txt-647-10 INT. ENGINEERING
177.txt-648-
177.txt-649- Picard, Geordi, Wesley, Ensign Kopf, and supernumerary,
177.txt-694- DATA
177.txt-695- (in Picard's voice)
177.txt-696- Computer, recognize Picard, Jean-
177.txt-697- Luc. Alpha Two clearance.
177.txt-698-
177.txt:699: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-700- Priority clearance recognition,
177.txt-701- Alpha Two.
177.txt-702-
177.txt-703- DATA
177.txt-704- (in Picard's voice)
177.txt-702-
177.txt-703- DATA
177.txt-704- (in Picard's voice)
177.txt-705- Cancel separation sequence.
177.txt-706-
177.txt:707: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-708- Sequence cancelled.
177.txt-709-
177.txt-710- DATA
177.txt-711- (in Picard's voice)
177.txt-712- Isolate all remaining command
177.txt-726- Computer, recognize Jean-Luc
177.txt-727- Picard Alpha Two priority and
177.txt-728- re-establish separation procedures
177.txt-729- immediately.
177.txt-730-
177.txt:731: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-732- Orders regarding command functions
177.txt-733- are no longer accepted from your
177.txt-734- present location.
177.txt-735-
177.txt-736- PICARD
177.txt-739-
177.txt-740- STAR TREK: "Brothers" – REV. 7/25/90 – ACT ONE 15.
177.txt-741-
177.txt-742-12 CONTINUED:
177.txt-743-
177.txt:744: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-745- Interface terminals on Main Bridge
177.txt-746- only.
177.txt-747-
177.txt-748- WESLEY
177.txt-749- (to Picard)
177.txt-1014- DATA
177.txt-1015- Computer, prepare to transport
177.txt-1016- me directly to the following
177.txt-1017- coordinates.
177.txt-1018-
177.txt:1019: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-1020- Site-to-site transport interlocks
177.txt-1021- have been manually deactivated.
177.txt-1022-
177.txt-1023- DATA
177.txt-1024- Can you override?
177.txt-1021- have been manually deactivated.
177.txt-1022-
177.txt-1023- DATA
177.txt-1024- Can you override?
177.txt-1025-
177.txt:1026: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-1027- Negative.
177.txt-1028-
177.txt-1029- DATA
177.txt-1030- Show me the shortest route to
177.txt-1031- Transporter Room One.
177.txt-1133- PICARD
177.txt-1134- Computer, estimate time from this
177.txt-1135- location to Starbase Four-One-Six
177.txt-1136- at warp nine.
177.txt-1137-
177.txt:1138: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-1139- Inquiries regarding command
177.txt-1140- functions are no longer accepted
177.txt-1141- from your present location.
177.txt-1142-
177.txt-1143- On Picard's frustration we…
177.txt-1152- (in Picard's voice)
177.txt-1153- Computer, establish a security
177.txt-1154- code for access to all functions
177.txt-1155- previously transferred to Bridge.
177.txt-1156-
177.txt:1157: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-1158- Enter code.
177.txt-1159-
177.txt-1160- DATA
177.txt-1161- (in Picard's voice
177.txt-1162- speaking at a breakneck
177.txt-1171-
177.txt-1172- STAR TREK: "Brothers" – REV. 7/18/90 – ACT TWO 26.
177.txt-1173-
177.txt-1174-28 CONTINUED:
177.txt-1175-
177.txt:1176: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-1177- Security code intact for all
177.txt-1178- specified inquiries and orders.
177.txt-1179-
177.txt-1180- Data walks to upstage left Turbolift.
177.txt-1181-
177.txt-1824-
177.txt-1825- WORF
177.txt-1826- Computer, restore Tactical
177.txt-1827- Station.
177.txt-1828-
177.txt:1829: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-1830- Deactivation of command function
177.txt-1831- overrides requires Alpha Two
177.txt-1832- clearance.
177.txt-1833-
177.txt-1834- STAR TREK: "Brothers" – REV. 7/18/90 – ACT THREE 39.
177.txt-1866- (to Computer)
177.txt-1867- Computer, this is Captain Picard.
177.txt-1868- Return all command functions to
177.txt-1869- stations.
177.txt-1870-
177.txt:1871: COMPUTER VOICE
177.txt-1872- Alpha Two clearance recognized.
177.txt-1873- Please enter security code.
177.txt-1874-
177.txt-1875- PICARD
177.txt-1876- (furious)
178.txt-44- GEORDI JACK CRUSHER
178.txt-45- WORF SERGEY ROZHENKO
178.txt-46- WESLEY HELENA ROZHENKO
178.txt-47- GUINAN FEMALE COM VOICE
178.txt-48- O'BRIEN
178.txt:49: COMPUTER VOICE
178.txt-50-
178.txt-51- Non-Speaking
178.txt-52- 2 STARFLEET TECHNICIANS
178.txt-53- 1 N.D. CREWMEMBER
178.txt-54- SUPERNUMERARIES
179.txt-47- GEORDI
179.txt-48- WORF
179.txt-49- WESLEY
179.txt-50- O'BRIEN
179.txt-51- NURSE
179.txt:52: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-53-
179.txt-54- Non-Speaking
179.txt-55- N.D. DOCTORS, NURSES & PATIENTS
179.txt-56- SECURITY OFFICER
179.txt-57- SUPERNUMERARIES
179.txt-265-
179.txt-266- GEORDI
179.txt-267- Computer, level two diagnostic
179.txt-268- on warp drive systems.
179.txt-269-
179.txt:270: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-271- Antimatter containment positive.
179.txt-272- Warp drive within normal
179.txt-273- parameters.
179.txt-274-
179.txt-275- Geordi hurries over to Wesley.
179.txt-356-
179.txt-357- BEVERLY
179.txt-358- Computer, current location of
179.txt-359- Doctor Dalen Quaice.
179.txt-360-
179.txt:361: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-362- There is no Doctor Dalen Quaice
179.txt-363- aboard the Enterprise.
179.txt-364-
179.txt-365- As Beverly reacts, we:
179.txt-366-
179.txt-409-
179.txt-410- WORF
179.txt-411- Computer, where is Doctor Dalen
179.txt-412- Quaice?
179.txt-413-
179.txt:414: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-415- There is no Doctor Dalen Quaice
179.txt-416- aboard the Enterprise.
179.txt-417-
179.txt-418- BEVERLY
179.txt-419- Lieutenant, Doctor Quaice is very
179.txt-534-
179.txt-535- PICARD (Cont'd)
179.txt-536- Point of embarkation: Starbase
179.txt-537- One-Three-Three.
179.txt-538-
179.txt:539: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-540- No listing.
179.txt-541-
179.txt-542- Picard looks at Beverly.
179.txt-543-
179.txt-544- BEVERLY
179.txt-842- what is your present location?
179.txt-843- (silence)
179.txt-844- Computer, current whereabouts of
179.txt-845- Doctors Hill and Selar.
179.txt-846-
179.txt:847: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-848- There is no Doctor Hill or Doctor
179.txt-849- Selar aboard the Enterprise.
179.txt-850-
179.txt-851- Beverly reacts.
179.txt-852-
179.txt-1851- Begin now.
179.txt-1852-
179.txt-1853- The computer begins a low volume recitation of Picard's
179.txt-1854- vital signs. There are electronic EEG sounds and:
179.txt-1855-
179.txt:1856: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-1857- One ten over seventy. One ten
179.txt-1858- over seventy.
179.txt-1859-
179.txt-1860- The readouts run continuously in the b.g.
179.txt-1861-
179.txt-2103-
179.txt-2104- BEVERLY
179.txt-2105- Computer, read the entire crew
179.txt-2106- roster for the Enterprise.
179.txt-2107-
179.txt:2108: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2109- Doctor Beverly Crusher.
179.txt-2110-
179.txt-2111- BEVERLY
179.txt-2112- Have I always been the only member
179.txt-2113- of the crew on the Starship
179.txt-2111- BEVERLY
179.txt-2112- Have I always been the only member
179.txt-2113- of the crew on the Starship
179.txt-2114- Enterprise?
179.txt-2115-
179.txt:2116: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2117- Affirmative.
179.txt-2118-
179.txt-2119- BEVERLY
179.txt-2120- (not serious)
179.txt-2121- If this was a bad dream, would
179.txt-2119- BEVERLY
179.txt-2120- (not serious)
179.txt-2121- If this was a bad dream, would
179.txt-2122- you tell me?
179.txt-2123-
179.txt:2124: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2125- (beat)
179.txt-2126- That information is not available.
179.txt-2127-
179.txt-2128- She walks into —
179.txt-2129-
179.txt-2137-45B CONTINUED:
179.txt-2138-
179.txt-2139- BEVERLY
179.txt-2140- What date did I report on board?
179.txt-2141-
179.txt:2142: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2143- Stardate 41154. Fourteen hundred
179.txt-2144- hours, three minutes.
179.txt-2145-
179.txt-2146- BEVERLY
179.txt-2147- That sounds about right.
179.txt-2147- That sounds about right.
179.txt-2148- (beat)
179.txt-2149- Computer, is there more than one
179.txt-2150- U.S.S. Enterprise?
179.txt-2151-
179.txt:2152: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2153- This vessel is the fifth starship
179.txt-2154- to bear the name U.S.S.
179.txt-2155- Enterprise. It is currently the
179.txt-2156- only one in service.
179.txt-2157-
179.txt-2157-
179.txt-2158- BEVERLY
179.txt-2159- What is the primary mission of
179.txt-2160- the Starship Enterprise?
179.txt-2161-
179.txt:2162: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2163- To explore the galaxy.
179.txt-2164-
179.txt-2165- BEVERLY
179.txt-2166- Do I have the necessary skills
179.txt-2167- to complete that mission alone?
179.txt-2164-
179.txt-2165- BEVERLY
179.txt-2166- Do I have the necessary skills
179.txt-2167- to complete that mission alone?
179.txt-2168-
179.txt:2169: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2170- Negative.
179.txt-2171-
179.txt-2172- BEVERLY
179.txt-2173- Then why am I the only crew
179.txt-2174- member?
179.txt-2173- Then why am I the only crew
179.txt-2174- member?
179.txt-2175- (a beat)
179.txt-2176- Aha, gotcha there…
179.txt-2177-
179.txt:2178: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2179- That information is not available.
179.txt-2180-
179.txt-2181- She frowns. Enters a turbolift…
179.txt-2182-
179.txt-2183- STAR TREK: "Remember Me" – REV. 8/21/90 – ACT FOUR 41.
179.txt-2189-
179.txt-2190- BEVERLY
179.txt-2191- Computer, are you familiar with
179.txt-2192- the inhabitants of Tau Alpha C?
179.txt-2193-
179.txt:2194: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2195- Affirmative.
179.txt-2196-
179.txt-2197- BEVERLY
179.txt-2198- Are any presently located on a
179.txt-2199- starbase or vessel within
179.txt-2199- starbase or vessel within
179.txt-2200- communication range?
179.txt-2201-
179.txt-2202- Beverly sits in the Captain's chair…
179.txt-2203-
179.txt:2204: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2205- Negative.
179.txt-2206-
179.txt-2207- BEVERLY
179.txt-2208- Estimated time to Tau Alpha C at
179.txt-2209- warp nine-point-five…
179.txt-2206-
179.txt-2207- BEVERLY
179.txt-2208- Estimated time to Tau Alpha C at
179.txt-2209- warp nine-point-five…
179.txt-2210-
179.txt:2211: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2212- One hundred twenty-three days.
179.txt-2213-
179.txt-2214- BEVERLY
179.txt-2215- (beat, deciding)
179.txt-2216- Lay in a new course for Tau Alpha
179.txt-2215- (beat, deciding)
179.txt-2216- Lay in a new course for Tau Alpha
179.txt-2217- C. And send them a subspace
179.txt-2218- message advising our arrival.
179.txt-2219-
179.txt:2220: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2221- Acknowledged.
179.txt-2222-
179.txt-2223- BEVERLY
179.txt-2224- Engage.
179.txt-2225-
179.txt-2230-45C CONTINUED:
179.txt-2231-
179.txt-2232- BEVERLY
179.txt-2233- Computer, did you change course?
179.txt-2234-
179.txt:2235: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2236- State new destination or
179.txt-2237- coordinates.
179.txt-2238-
179.txt-2239- BEVERLY
179.txt-2240- I stated it, dammit… Tau Alpha
179.txt-2238-
179.txt-2239- BEVERLY
179.txt-2240- I stated it, dammit… Tau Alpha
179.txt-2241- C…
179.txt-2242-
179.txt:2243: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2244- There is no Tau Alpha C listed
179.txt-2245- on current star maps…
179.txt-2246-
179.txt-2247- On her reaction…
179.txt-2248-
179.txt-2411-
179.txt-2412- BEVERLY
179.txt-2413- Computer, what is that… mist…
179.txt-2414- I'm seeing?
179.txt-2415-
179.txt:2416: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2417- Sensors indicate it to be a
179.txt-2418- mass-energy field seven hundred
179.txt-2419- and five meters in diameter.
179.txt-2420-
179.txt-2421- BEVERLY
179.txt-2419- and five meters in diameter.
179.txt-2420-
179.txt-2421- BEVERLY
179.txt-2422- It surrounds the ship?
179.txt-2423-
179.txt:2424: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2425- Affirmative.
179.txt-2426-
179.txt-2427- BEVERLY
179.txt-2428- (to herself)
179.txt-2429- If there isn't anything wrong with
179.txt-2430- me… maybe there's something
179.txt-2431- wrong with the universe…
179.txt-2432- Computer, what is beyond the
179.txt-2433- mass-energy field?
179.txt-2434-
179.txt:2435: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2436- Sensors cannot penetrate the
179.txt-2437- field.
179.txt-2438-
179.txt-2439- STAR TREK: "Remember Me" – REV. 8/21/90 – ACT FOUR 46.
179.txt-2440-
179.txt-2444- Computer, here's a question you
179.txt-2445- shouldn't be able to answer…
179.txt-2446- What is the nature of the
179.txt-2447- universe?
179.txt-2448-
179.txt:2449: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2450- (without hesitation)
179.txt-2451- The universe is a spherical region
179.txt-2452- seven hundred and five meters in
179.txt-2453- diameter.
179.txt-2454-
179.txt-2555- shakes.
179.txt-2556-
179.txt-2557- BEVERLY
179.txt-2558- Computer, what's happening?
179.txt-2559-
179.txt:2560: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2561- Explosive decompression: Decks
179.txt-2562- Five through Fourteen. Sealing
179.txt-2563- off forward sections.
179.txt-2564-
179.txt-2565- BEVERLY
179.txt-2563- off forward sections.
179.txt-2564-
179.txt-2565- BEVERLY
179.txt-2566- Cause?
179.txt-2567-
179.txt:2568: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2569- A flaw in the ship's design.
179.txt-2570-
179.txt-2571- BEVERLY
179.txt-2572- (this is a new one)
179.txt-2573- Show me.
179.txt-2586-
179.txt-2587- STAR TREK: "Remember Me" – REV. 8/20/90 – ACT FIVE 49.
179.txt-2588-
179.txt-2589-60 CONTINUED: (2)
179.txt-2590-
179.txt:2591: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2592- No ship's structures exist forward
179.txt-2593- of Bulkhead Three-Four-Two.
179.txt-2594-
179.txt-2595- BEVERLY
179.txt-2596- Superimpose the previous image
179.txt-2604-
179.txt-2605- BEVERLY
179.txt-2606- (realizing)
179.txt-2607- It's collapsing…
179.txt-2608-
179.txt:2609: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2610- (continuing)
179.txt-2611- Hull integrity now compromised
179.txt-2612- on Decks Three through Fifteen.
179.txt-2613-
179.txt-2614- BEVERLY
179.txt-2613-
179.txt-2614- BEVERLY
179.txt-2615- How long can life support be
179.txt-2616- maintained?
179.txt-2617-
179.txt:2618: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2619- Four minutes, seventeen seconds.
179.txt-2620-
179.txt-2621- Again the ship shakes. On the monitor the bubble
179.txt-2622- contracts, and another section is gone.
179.txt-2623-
179.txt-2704-
179.txt-2705- The Red Alert continues. Beverly is pacing, stops to
179.txt-2706- stare at the diagram again as the ship shakes, then
179.txt-2707- resumes pacing.
179.txt-2708-
179.txt:2709: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2710- Three minutes thirty seconds to
179.txt-2711- life support failure.
179.txt-2712-
179.txt-2713- BEVERLY
179.txt-2714- (to herself, quick pace,
179.txt-2777-
179.txt-2778- STAR TREK: "Remember Me" – REV. 8/20/90 – ACT FIVE 53.
179.txt-2779-
179.txt-2780-63 CONTINUED:
179.txt-2781-
179.txt:2782: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2783- Two minutes thirty seconds to life
179.txt-2784- support failure.
179.txt-2785-
179.txt-2786- BEVERLY
179.txt-2787- Computer, hypothetical
179.txt-2787- Computer, hypothetical
179.txt-2788- situation… a person is trapped
179.txt-2789- inside a static warp bubble.
179.txt-2790- Determine a means of escape…
179.txt-2791-
179.txt:2792: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2793- Escape would theoretically depend
179.txt-2794- on establishing a stable threshold
179.txt-2795- between the warp field and the
179.txt-2796- outer environment.
179.txt-2797-
179.txt-2796- outer environment.
179.txt-2797-
179.txt-2798- BEVERLY
179.txt-2799- Can you describe this threshold?
179.txt-2800-
179.txt:2801: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2802- Negative. There are no known
179.txt-2803- practical applications of this
179.txt-2804- theory.
179.txt-2805-
179.txt-2806- BEVERLY
179.txt-2806- BEVERLY
179.txt-2807- Extrapolate from theoretical
179.txt-2808- database. How might it manifest
179.txt-2809- itself?
179.txt-2810-
179.txt:2811: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2812- A dynamic atmospheric disturbance
179.txt-2813- of great intensity.
179.txt-2814-
179.txt-2815- BEVERLY
179.txt-2816- Disturbance? The vortex! They
179.txt-2842- Where did they do it the first
179.txt-2843- time? Engineering!
179.txt-2844-
179.txt-2845- She bolts for the turbolift…
179.txt-2846-
179.txt:2847: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2848- One minute thirty seconds to life
179.txt-2849- support failure.
179.txt-2850-
179.txt-2851- STAR TREK: "Remember Me" – REV. 8/20/90 – ACT FIVE 54.
179.txt-2852-
179.txt-2860- halt.
179.txt-2861-
179.txt-2862- BEVERLY
179.txt-2863- Engineering!
179.txt-2864-
179.txt:2865: COMPUTER VOICE
179.txt-2866- Failure in Turboshaft Four.
179.txt-2867- Unable to proceed to Main
179.txt-2868- Engineering.
179.txt-2869-
179.txt-2870- BEVERLY
181.txt-2143- K'EHLEYR
181.txt-2144- Computer, list stardates of the
181.txt-2145- last Enterprise mission to the
181.txt-2146- Klingon home planet.
181.txt-2147-
181.txt:2148: COMPUTER VOICE
181.txt-2149- Stardates 43685 through 43689.
181.txt-2150-
181.txt-2151- K'EHLEYR
181.txt-2152- How many ship's logs during that
181.txt-2153- period?
181.txt-2150-
181.txt-2151- K'EHLEYR
181.txt-2152- How many ship's logs during that
181.txt-2153- period?
181.txt-2154-
181.txt:2155: COMPUTER VOICE
181.txt-2156- Forty-three officer's logs. Ten
181.txt-2157- personal logs.
181.txt-2158-
181.txt-2159- She takes a beat… hesitates, but asks anyway…
181.txt-2160-
181.txt-2164-
181.txt-2165- K'EHLEYR
181.txt-2166- Is there a personal log for
181.txt-2167- Lieutenant Worf?
181.txt-2168-
181.txt:2169: COMPUTER VOICE
181.txt-2170- Affirmative. Access is
181.txt-2171- restricted.
181.txt-2172-
181.txt-2173- K'EHLEYR
181.txt-2174- (a long beat, finally
181.txt-2375- (beat)
181.txt-2376- Computer, why was the Enterprise
181.txt-2377- crew studying the transmission
181.txt-2378- logs from the Khitomer outpost?
181.txt-2379-
181.txt:2380: COMPUTER VOICE
181.txt-2381- Reference Chief Engineer's entry,
181.txt-2382- stardate 43686.1. Certain
181.txt-2383- transmission logs between the
181.txt-2384- Khitomer outpost and the Romulan
181.txt-2385- patrol ships were altered after
181.txt-2386- the destruction of the colony.
181.txt-2387-
181.txt-2388- K'EHLEYR
181.txt-2389- Altered. By whom?
181.txt-2390-
181.txt:2391: COMPUTER VOICE
181.txt-2392- That information is not available.
181.txt-2393-
181.txt-2394- She takes a thoughtful beat…
181.txt-2395-
181.txt-2396- K'EHLEYR
181.txt-2398- Klingon Imperial information net.
181.txt-2399-
181.txt-2400- After a beat, the monitor changes to Klingon writing
181.txt-2401- and symbols.
181.txt-2402-
181.txt:2403: COMPUTER VOICE
181.txt-2404- Interlock established.
181.txt-2405-
181.txt-2406- K'EHLEYR
181.txt-2407- Federation Ambassador K'Ehleyr
181.txt-2408- requesting diplomatic access to
181.txt-2407- Federation Ambassador K'Ehleyr
181.txt-2408- requesting diplomatic access to
181.txt-2409- High Council record. Security
181.txt-2410- code pah doQ cha!
181.txt-2411-
181.txt:2412: COMPUTER VOICE
181.txt-2413- Proceed.
181.txt-2414-
181.txt-2415- K'EHLEYR
181.txt-2416- Computer, display summary of the
181.txt-2417- most recent High Council inquiry
181.txt-2424- Klingon information scrolls briefly on the terminal
181.txt-2425- screen and then stops. A large Klingon word ("Denied")
181.txt-2426- appears in the middle of the screen and blinks on and
181.txt-2427- off.
181.txt-2428-
181.txt:2429: COMPUTER VOICE
181.txt-2430- Access denied. Restricted
181.txt-2431- materials, du-ko-cha clearance
181.txt-2432- only.
181.txt-2433-
181.txt-2434-49B RETURN TO SCENE
181.txt-2436- As before.
181.txt-2437-
181.txt-2438- K'EHLEYR
181.txt-2439- By whose order?
181.txt-2440-
181.txt:2441: COMPUTER VOICE
181.txt-2442- Council member Duras.
181.txt-2443-
181.txt-2444- She reacts. A long beat.
181.txt-2445-
181.txt-2446- K'EHLEYR
181.txt-2804- (hits communicator)
181.txt-2805- Riker to Worf.
181.txt-2806- (beat)
181.txt-2807- Computer, locate Lieutenant Worf.
181.txt-2808-
181.txt:2809: COMPUTER VOICE
181.txt-2810- Lieutenant Worf is not aboard the
181.txt-2811- Enterprise.
181.txt-2812-
181.txt-2813- STAR TREK: "Reunion" – REV. 9/10/90 – ACT FIVE 47.
181.txt-2814-
181.txt-2815-58 CONTINUED:
181.txt-2816-
181.txt-2817- PICARD
181.txt-2818- Where is he?
181.txt-2819-
181.txt:2820: COMPUTER VOICE
181.txt-2821- Lieutenant Worf transported to
181.txt-2822- the Klingon ship Vorn at
181.txt-2823- seventeen-thirty hours.
181.txt-2824-
181.txt-2825- A beat as this registers. He glares at Riker who
182.txt-747- (to computer)
182.txt-748- Main Bridge.
182.txt-749-
182.txt-750- The Turbolift doesn't move. As Riker frowns…
182.txt-751-
182.txt:752: COMPUTER VOICE
182.txt-753- Repeat command.
182.txt-754-
182.txt-755- RIKER
182.txt-756- I said, Main Bridge.
182.txt-757-
182.txt-1413- Captain. Beginning with… the
182.txt-1414- Fornax Disaster.
182.txt-1415-
182.txt-1416- Nothing appears. That strange time lag again. Then…
182.txt-1417-
182.txt:1418: COMPUTER VOICE
182.txt-1419- Please restate question.
182.txt-1420-
182.txt-1421- STAR TREK: "Future Imperfect" – REV. 9/28/90 – ACT TWO 23.
182.txt-1422-
182.txt-1423-29 CONTINUED:
182.txt-2176-
182.txt-2177- STAR TREK: "Future Imperfect" – REV. 9/18/90 – ACT THREE 33A.
182.txt-2178-
182.txt-2179-38A CONTINUED:
182.txt-2180-
182.txt:2181: COMPUTER VOICE
182.txt-2182- Please restate request.
182.txt-2183-
182.txt-2184- What the hell? Riker quickly becomes frustrated…
182.txt-2185- and then Jean-Luc returns, sleeving into a fresh tunic.
182.txt-2186-
184.txt-49- BEVERLY
184.txt-50- TROI
184.txt-51- GEORDI
184.txt-52- WORF
184.txt-53- GUINAN
184.txt:54: COMPUTER VOICE
184.txt-55-
184.txt-56- Non-Speaking
184.txt-57- MEDICAL PERSONNEL
184.txt-58- ENGINEERING PERSONNEL
184.txt-59- SUPERNUMERARIES
184.txt-1886-
184.txt-1887-52 CONTINUED:
184.txt-1888-
184.txt-1889- The RED ALERT alarms and lights come on.
184.txt-1890-
184.txt:1891: COMPUTER VOICE
184.txt-1892- Warning. Differential stress
184.txt-1893- will exceed upper limit in
184.txt-1894- fifteen seconds.
184.txt-1895-
184.txt-1896- PICARD
184.txt-1894- fifteen seconds.
184.txt-1895-
184.txt-1896- PICARD
184.txt-1897- Disengage all engines!
184.txt-1898-
184.txt:1899: COMPUTER VOICE
184.txt-1900- Warning. Differential stress
184.txt-1901- will exceed —
184.txt-1902-
184.txt-1903- Geordi touches controls and the computer voice
184.txt-1904- instantly stops.
185.txt-1171-
185.txt-1172- LIGHTS BLINK on the console and Data waits patiently.
185.txt-1173- His cat jumps up into his lap and Data automatically
185.txt-1174- begins to pet him.
185.txt-1175-
185.txt:1176: COMPUTER VOICE
185.txt-1177- Diagnostic complete. All systems
185.txt-1178- functioning within normal
185.txt-1179- parameters.
185.txt-1180-
185.txt-1181- The door CHIMES.
185.txt-1710-35A INT. CORRIDOR
185.txt-1711-
185.txt-1712- Data steps up to the keypad outside the Holodeck doors
185.txt-1713- and presses a button.
185.txt-1714-
185.txt:1715: COMPUTER VOICE
185.txt-1716- Program Crusher Four in progress.
185.txt-1717-
185.txt-1718- Data EXITS to the Holodeck.
185.txt-1719-
185.txt-1720-36 INT. HOLODECK/DANCE STUDIO
186.txt-49- GEORDI GUL MACET
186.txt-50- WORF GLINN DARO
186.txt-51- GLINN TELLE
186.txt-52- O'BRIEN
186.txt-53- KEIKO
186.txt:54: COMPUTER VOICE
186.txt-55-
186.txt-56- Non-Speaking
186.txt-57- SUPERNUMERARIES
186.txt-58-
186.txt-59- STAR TREK: "The Wounded" – REV. 10/29/90 – SETS
186.txt-304- startled. O'Brien gets to his feet, alert.
186.txt-305-
186.txt-306- O'BRIEN
186.txt-307- Something's wrong…
186.txt-308-
186.txt:309: COMPUTER VOICE
186.txt-310- Red alert. Take emergency
186.txt-311- stations.
186.txt-312-
186.txt-313-5 EXT. SPACE – THE ENTERPRISE (OPTICAL)
186.txt-314-
188.txt-49- WORF
188.txt-50- Non-Speaking
188.txt-51- GUINAN PAXAN ENTITY
188.txt-52- O'BRIEN
188.txt-53- ENSIGN McKNIGHT
188.txt:54: COMPUTER VOICE
188.txt-55-
188.txt-56- Non-Speaking
188.txt-57- SUPERNUMERARIES
188.txt-58- MEDICAL PERSONNEL
188.txt-59-
190.txt-47- GUINAN
190.txt-48- ENSIGN RAGER
190.txt-49- TRANSPORTER TECHNICIAN
190.txt-50- ENSIGN PAVLIK
190.txt-51- COM VOICE
190.txt:52: COMPUTER VOICE
190.txt-53-
190.txt-54- Non-Speaking
190.txt-55- SUPERNUMERARIES
190.txt-56-
190.txt-57- STAR TREK: "Galaxy's Child" – 12/10/90 – SETS
190.txt-917-
190.txt-918-17D INT. MAIN BRIDGE
190.txt-919-
190.txt-920- As before.
190.txt-921-
190.txt:922: COMPUTER VOICE
190.txt-923- Warning. Radiation levels at
190.txt-924- sixty-five millirads per minute
190.txt-925- and rising.
190.txt-926-
190.txt-927- RIKER
190.txt-940- protocol.
190.txt-941-
190.txt-942- BEVERLY'S COM VOICE
190.txt-943- Acknowledged. Crusher out.
190.txt-944-
190.txt:945: COMPUTER VOICE
190.txt-946- Warning. Radiation levels at
190.txt-947- three hundred millirads per minute
190.txt-948- and rising. Lethal exposure in
190.txt-949- one minute.
190.txt-950-
190.txt-1097-
190.txt-1098- GEORDI
190.txt-1099- No, no, too much. I just want
190.txt-1100- it — nice. You know. Cozy.
190.txt-1101-
190.txt:1102: COMPUTER VOICE
190.txt-1103- Please state your request in
190.txt-1104- precise candlepower.
190.txt-1105-
190.txt-1106- GEORDI
190.txt-1107- It's not a matter of precision,
190.txt-2276- LEAH
190.txt-2277- Computer… replay program
190.txt-2278- Nine-One-Four-Zero… engine
190.txt-2279- schematic at Utopia Planitia…
190.txt-2280-
190.txt:2281: COMPUTER VOICE
190.txt-2282- Program loaded and ready.
190.txt-2283-
190.txt-2284- Leah enters the holodeck.
190.txt-2285-
190.txt-2286- CUT TO:
192.txt-45- MENDEZ
192.txt-46-
192.txt-47- TRANSPORTER CHIEF HEDRICK
192.txt-48- NURSE ALYSSA OGAWA
192.txt-49- ENSIGN GRAHAM
192.txt:50: COMPUTER VOICE
192.txt-51-
192.txt-52- Non-Speaking
192.txt-53- SUPERNUMERARIES
192.txt-54- SECURITY GUARDS
192.txt-55-
192.txt-1517- Analyze audio elements from time
192.txt-1518- index fourteen four seven to
192.txt-1519- fifteen five eight. List all
192.txt-1520- anomalies.
192.txt-1521-
192.txt:1522: COMPUTER VOICE
192.txt-1523- No audio anomalies present.
192.txt-1524-
192.txt-1525- GEORDI
192.txt-1526- Any subspace projections… z
192.txt-1527- particle emissions… or
192.txt-1525- GEORDI
192.txt-1526- Any subspace projections… z
192.txt-1527- particle emissions… or
192.txt-1528- interferometric frequencies?
192.txt-1529-
192.txt:1530: COMPUTER VOICE
192.txt-1531- No subspace projections present.
192.txt-1532- No z particle emissions present.
192.txt-1533- (MORE)
192.txt-1534-
192.txt-1535- STAR TREK: "Identity Crisis" – 1/11/91 – ACT THREE 30.
192.txt-1534-
192.txt-1535- STAR TREK: "Identity Crisis" – 1/11/91 – ACT THREE 30.
192.txt-1536-
192.txt-1537-43 CONTINUED:
192.txt-1538-
192.txt:1539: COMPUTER VOICE (Cont'd)
192.txt-1540- No interferometric patterns
192.txt-1541- present.
192.txt-1542-
192.txt-1543- Another dead end. Geordi sighs with frustration as
192.txt-1544- Data ENTERS.
192.txt-1794- (urgent)
192.txt-1795- Computer, do you have sufficient
192.txt-1796- data to compile a Holographic
192.txt-1797- simulation of this Visual Record?
192.txt-1798-
192.txt:1799: COMPUTER VOICE
192.txt-1800- A simulation would be limited to
192.txt-1801- areas scanned by the visual
192.txt-1802- recording device.
192.txt-1803-
192.txt-1804- STAR TREK: "Identity Crisis" – REV. 1/11/91 – ACT THREE 35.
192.txt-1827-
192.txt-1828- GEORDI
192.txt-1829- Computer, is the Tarchannen
192.txt-1830- simulation ready?
192.txt-1831-
192.txt:1832: COMPUTER VOICE
192.txt-1833- Affirmative. Program complete.
192.txt-1834- Enter when ready.
192.txt-1835-
192.txt-1836- Geordi moves for the doors. Then stops and holds out
192.txt-1837- his hand. It's trembling… badly. Like Susanna's.
192.txt-2025- GEORDI
192.txt-2026- Computer, using vector analysis,
192.txt-2027- identify the source of this
192.txt-2028- shadow.
192.txt-2029-
192.txt:2030: COMPUTER VOICE
192.txt-2031- There is no object in the program
192.txt-2032- which could generate the shadow.
192.txt-2033-
192.txt-2034- Geordi puts a hand to his head, feeling a wave of
192.txt-2035- dizziness. It subsides as quickly as it came.
192.txt-2046- the lights to the wall… can you
192.txt-2047- determine the most likely shape
192.txt-2048- and position of the object casting
192.txt-2049- this shadow?
192.txt-2050-
192.txt:2051: COMPUTER VOICE
192.txt-2052- There is insufficient data to
192.txt-2053- reconstruct the requested object.
192.txt-2054-
192.txt-2055- GEORDI
192.txt-2056- Okay… let's assume the height
192.txt-2058- size… say one hundred seventy
192.txt-2059- centimeters… now can you
192.txt-2060- extrapolate its shape and
192.txt-2061- position?
192.txt-2062-
192.txt:2063: COMPUTER VOICE
192.txt-2064- Affirmative.
192.txt-2065-
192.txt-2066- GEORDI
192.txt-2067- Do it.
192.txt-2068-
192.txt-2226-
192.txt-2227- BEVERLY
192.txt-2228- Computer, locate Commander La
192.txt-2229- Forge.
192.txt-2230-
192.txt:2231: COMPUTER VOICE
192.txt-2232- Commander La Forge is not on board
192.txt-2233- the Enterprise.
192.txt-2234-
192.txt-2235- A moment of stunned silence… then…
192.txt-2236-
192.txt-2259-
192.txt-2260- PICARD
192.txt-2261- Computer, what was Commander La
192.txt-2262- Forge's last known location?
192.txt-2263-
192.txt:2264: COMPUTER VOICE
192.txt-2265- Holodeck Three.
192.txt-2266-
192.txt-2267- Riker and Picard exchange a quick look. Then as Riker
192.txt-2268- heads toward the turbolift…
192.txt-2269-
193.txt-44- GEORDI
193.txt-45- WORF
193.txt-46- ENSIGN APRIL ANAYA
193.txt-47- LIEUTENANT LINDA LARSON
193.txt-48- ENSIGN BROWER
193.txt:49: COMPUTER VOICE
193.txt-50-
193.txt-51- Non-Speaking
193.txt-52- N.D. ENGINEERS
193.txt-53- N.D. SECURITY OFFICERS
193.txt-54- SUPERNUMERARIES
193.txt-1511-
193.txt-1512- GEORDI
193.txt-1513- Computer, location of Lieutenant
193.txt-1514- Barclay.
193.txt-1515-
193.txt:1516: COMPUTER VOICE
193.txt-1517- Holodeck Three.
193.txt-1518-
193.txt-1519- Geordi scowls. Turns and quickly heads for the exit.
193.txt-1520- OFF the look between Brower and Larson.
193.txt-1521-
193.txt-2050- Barclay steps quickly into the bare room.
193.txt-2051-
193.txt-2052- BARCLAY
193.txt-2053- Computer.
193.txt-2054-
193.txt:2055: COMPUTER VOICE
193.txt-2056- Standing by.
193.txt-2057-
193.txt-2058- BARCLAY
193.txt-2059- Begin new program. Create as
193.txt-2060- follows: Work station chair.
193.txt-2086- (continuing)
193.txt-2087- Tie both consoles into the
193.txt-2088- Enterprise main computer core,
193.txt-2089- utilizing a neural scan interface.
193.txt-2090-
193.txt:2091: COMPUTER VOICE
193.txt-2092- (a beat)
193.txt-2093- There is no such device on file.
193.txt-2094-
193.txt-2095- BARCLAY
193.txt-2096- No problem. Here's how you build
194.txt-48- GEORDI
194.txt-49- WORF
194.txt-50- Non-Speaking
194.txt-51- VARIOUS ARCHEOLOGY
194.txt-52- COUNCIL MEMBERS
194.txt:53: COMPUTER VOICE
194.txt-54- A VULCAN COUNCIL MEMBER
194.txt-55- TROOP OF MEN-AT-ARMS
194.txt-56- Non-Speaking EXECUTIONER
194.txt-57- SUPERNUMERARIES CASTLE GUARDS
194.txt-58- SERVANTS
194.txt-566- VASH
194.txt-567- (a bit frustrated)
194.txt-568- You'd think he'd have told someone
194.txt-569- about me.
194.txt-570-
194.txt:571: COMPUTER VOICE
194.txt-572- Doctor Crusher, please report to
194.txt-573- Sickbay.
194.txt-574-
194.txt-575- STAR TREK: "Q Love" – 1/31/91 – ACT ONE 11.
194.txt-576-
197.txt-45- GEORDI
197.txt-46- WORF
197.txt-47- KAREEL
197.txt-48- NURSE ALYSSA OGAWA
197.txt-49- ENSIGN TAGGERT'S COM VOICE
197.txt:50: COMPUTER VOICE
197.txt-51-
197.txt-52- Non-Speaking
197.txt-53- NURSE
197.txt-54- BLUE BARBER
197.txt-55- SUPERNUMERARIES
197.txt-2476-
197.txt-2477- RIKER
197.txt-2478- Computer… location of Doctor
197.txt-2479- Beverly Crusher.
197.txt-2480-
197.txt:2481: COMPUTER VOICE
197.txt-2482- Doctor Crusher is in her
197.txt-2483- quarters.
197.txt-2484-
197.txt-2485- He starts toward the door, then flops down on a
197.txt-2486- chair, staring at nothing.
197.txt-2501- switches it off again. He goes to his replicator.
197.txt-2502-
197.txt-2503- RIKER
197.txt-2504- Can you make balso tonic?
197.txt-2505-
197.txt:2506: COMPUTER VOICE
197.txt-2507- There is no formula on record.
197.txt-2508- Please supply a molecular
197.txt-2509- structure.
197.txt-2510-
197.txt-2511- RIKER
197.txt-2808- Picard covers better, but is as anxious.
197.txt-2809-
197.txt-2810- PICARD
197.txt-2811- Computer, what time is it?
197.txt-2812-
197.txt:2813: COMPUTER VOICE
197.txt-2814- Fifteen thirty five hours.
197.txt-2815-
197.txt-2816- BEVERLY
197.txt-2817- They've been in there almost six
197.txt-2818- hours…
199.txt-44- GEORDI
199.txt-45- WORF
199.txt-46- GUINAN
199.txt-47- O'BRIEN
199.txt-48- KEIKO
199.txt:49: COMPUTER VOICE
199.txt-50-
199.txt-51- Non-Speaking
199.txt-52- NURSE
199.txt-53- SECURITY OFFICERS
199.txt-54- THORNE
199.txt-949- Computer, has anyone entered my
199.txt-950- quarters in the last twelve hours
199.txt-951- other than myself or Commander
199.txt-952- La Forge?
199.txt-953-
199.txt:954: COMPUTER VOICE
199.txt-955- Negative.
199.txt-956-
199.txt-957- GEORDI
199.txt-958- That's pretty strange… we should
199.txt-959- report a possible unauthorized
199.txt-1852- Mister Data, run a complete
199.txt-1853- systems diagnostic —
199.txt-1854-
199.txt-1855- Picard is interrupted.
199.txt-1856-
199.txt:1857: COMPUTER VOICE
199.txt-1858- — Atmospheric decompression in
199.txt-1859- Bridge Observation Lounge…
199.txt-1860- Environmental compensation
199.txt-1861- sequence has been initiated…
199.txt-1862-
199.txt-1886- (to Computer)
199.txt-1887- Computer, boost the structural
199.txt-1888- integrity field around the hull
199.txt-1889- by one hundred percent.
199.txt-1890-
199.txt:1891: COMPUTER VOICE
199.txt-1892- Field augmented…
199.txt-1893-
199.txt-1894- DATA
199.txt-1895- (off instruments)
199.txt-1896- Captain. Standard air pressure
200.txt-1306-
200.txt-1307- program.
200.txt-1308-
200.txt-1309-
200.txt-1310-
200.txt:1311: COMPUTER VOICE
200.txt-1312-
200.txt-1313- Program initiated.
200.txt-1314-
200.txt-1315-
200.txt-1316-
200.txt-1436-
200.txt-1437- several.
200.txt-1438-
200.txt-1439-
200.txt-1440-
200.txt:1441: COMPUTER VOICE
200.txt-1442-
200.txt-1443- Program complete.
200.txt-1444-
200.txt-1445- STAR TREK: "Redemption" – REV. 4/11/91 – ACT ONE 14.
200.txt-1446-
202.txt-46- WORF
202.txt-47- Non-Speaking
202.txt-48- O'BRIEN TAMARIAN OFFICERS
202.txt-49- ALIEN CREATURE
202.txt-50- ENSIGN LEFLER
202.txt:51: COMPUTER VOICE
202.txt-52-
202.txt-53- Non-Speaking
202.txt-54- SUPERNUMERARIES
202.txt-55- N.D. FEMALE SECURITY OFFICER
202.txt-56- SHUTTLE CO-PILOT
202.txt-1356- Computer, search for the term
202.txt-1357- "Darmok" in all linguistic
202.txt-1358- databases compiled for this
202.txt-1359- sector.
202.txt-1360-
202.txt:1361: COMPUTER VOICE
202.txt-1362- Searching…
202.txt-1363-
202.txt-1364- STAR TREK: "Darmok" – 7/8/91 – ACT TWO 25.
202.txt-1365-
202.txt-1366-53 CONTINUED:
202.txt-1365-
202.txt-1366-53 CONTINUED:
202.txt-1367-
202.txt-1368- They wait a moment.
202.txt-1369-
202.txt:1370: COMPUTER VOICE
202.txt-1371- (continuing)
202.txt-1372- "Darmok" is the name of a seventh
202.txt-1373- dynasty emperor on Kanda Four…
202.txt-1374-
202.txt-1375- Troi and Data exchange an excited glance — a
202.txt-1373- dynasty emperor on Kanda Four…
202.txt-1374-
202.txt-1375- Troi and Data exchange an excited glance — a
202.txt-1376- breakthrough? Then…
202.txt-1377-
202.txt:1378: COMPUTER VOICE
202.txt-1379- (continuing)
202.txt-1380- A mytho-historical hunter on
202.txt-1381- Shantil Three… A colony on
202.txt-1382- Malindi Seven…
202.txt-1383-
202.txt-1381- Shantil Three… A colony on
202.txt-1382- Malindi Seven…
202.txt-1383-
202.txt-1384- Troi's face falls — Data gives the android equivalent.
202.txt-1385-
202.txt:1386: COMPUTER VOICE
202.txt-1387- (continuing)
202.txt-1388- A frozen dessert on Razna Five…
202.txt-1389- A —
202.txt-1390-
202.txt-1391- TROI
202.txt-1390-
202.txt-1391- TROI
202.txt-1392- — Stop search. Computer, how
202.txt-1393- many entries for "Darmok"?
202.txt-1394-
202.txt:1395: COMPUTER VOICE
202.txt-1396- Forty-seven.
202.txt-1397-
202.txt-1398- A beat. Troi stares at Data for a moment, shakes her
202.txt-1399- head.
202.txt-1400-
202.txt-1453-
202.txt-1454- DATA
202.txt-1455- Computer, search for the term
202.txt-1456- "Tanagra." All databases.
202.txt-1457-
202.txt:1458: COMPUTER VOICE
202.txt-1459- Searching… Tanagra is the name
202.txt-1460- of the ruling family on Gallos
202.txt-1461- Two…
202.txt-1462- (MORE)
202.txt-1463-
202.txt-1463-
202.txt-1464- STAR TREK: "Darmok" – 7/8/91 – ACT TWO 27.
202.txt-1465-
202.txt-1466-53 CONTINUED: (3)
202.txt-1467-
202.txt:1468: COMPUTER VOICE (Cont'd)
202.txt-1469- A ceremonial drink on Lerishi
202.txt-1470- Four… An island-continent on
202.txt-1471- Shantil Three —
202.txt-1472-
202.txt-1473- DATA
202.txt-1478- (excited)
202.txt-1479- Shantil Three? Computer, cross-
202.txt-1480- reference the last entry with
202.txt-1481- the previous search index.
202.txt-1482-
202.txt:1483: COMPUTER VOICE
202.txt-1484- "Darmok" is the name of a
202.txt-1485- mytho-historical hunter on Shantil
202.txt-1486- Three.
202.txt-1487-
202.txt-1488- Troi turns to Data.
203.txt-47- WORF
203.txt-48- Non-Speaking
203.txt-49- GUINAN BAJORANS
203.txt-50-
203.txt-51- TRANSPORTER OFFICER COLLINS
203.txt:52: COMPUTER VOICE
203.txt-53- FEMALE COM VOICE
203.txt-54-
203.txt-55- Non-Speaking
203.txt-56- SUPERNUMERARIES
203.txt-57-
203.txt-1635- No response.
203.txt-1636-
203.txt-1637- DATA
203.txt-1638- Computer, locate Ensign Ro.
203.txt-1639-
203.txt:1640: COMPUTER VOICE
203.txt-1641- Ensign Ro is not on board the
203.txt-1642- Enterprise.
203.txt-1643-
203.txt-1644- WORF
203.txt-1645- (to Collins)
206.txt-48- BEVERLY
206.txt-49- TROI A WOMAN IN TEN FORWARD
206.txt-50- GEORDI
206.txt-51- WORF
206.txt-52- O'BRIEN
206.txt:53: COMPUTER VOICE
206.txt-54-
206.txt-55- Non-Speaking
206.txt-56- SUPERNUMERARIES
206.txt-57- N.D. ENGINEERING PERSONNEL
206.txt-58- TWO SECURITY GUARDS
206.txt-1277- table and lay him on top of it.
206.txt-1278-
206.txt-1279- RIKER
206.txt-1280- Computer — secure sickbay.
206.txt-1281-
206.txt:1282: COMPUTER VOICE
206.txt-1283- All entries to sickbay are
206.txt-1284- secured.
206.txt-1285-
206.txt-1286- Riker and Troi start to open a small PANEL on Data's
206.txt-1287- head. Beverly reveals a small medical CUTTING TOOL.
207.txt-45- BEVERLY PARDEK
207.txt-46- TROI SELA
207.txt-47- GEORDI D'TAN
207.txt-48- WORF ROMULAN #1
207.txt-49- ROMULAN #2
207.txt:50: Non-Speaking ROMULAN COMPUTER VOICE
207.txt-51- SUPERNUMERARIES FEMALE ROMULAN COM VOICE
207.txt-52- MEMBERS OF ROMULAN UNDERGROUND
207.txt-53- N.D. ROMULAN PEDESTRIANS Klingons & Other Aliens
207.txt-54- OLD ROMULAN WOMAN IN CAFE K'VADA (Klingon)
207.txt-55- ROMULAN ARMED GUARDS AMARIE (alien woman)
212.txt-49- GEORDI
212.txt-50- WORF
212.txt-51- KEIKO
212.txt-52- DOCTOR MARTIN
212.txt-53- CREWPERSON DAVIS
212.txt:54: COMPUTER VOICE
212.txt-55- KELLER'S COM VOICE
212.txt-56- TECHNICIAN'S COM VOICE
212.txt-57-
212.txt-58- Non-Speaking
212.txt-59- SUPERNUMERARIES
212.txt-1421- waving people out of the engine room.
212.txt-1422-
212.txt-1423- RIKER
212.txt-1424- Out, out, out! Let's go!
212.txt-1425-
212.txt:1426: COMPUTER VOICE
212.txt-1427- Antimatter injection breach.
212.txt-1428- Evacuate immediately.
212.txt-1429-
212.txt-1430- (Computer warning will repeat throughout.)
212.txt-1431-
212.txt-1929- GEORDI
212.txt-1930- Computer, locate the electropathic
212.txt-1931- pattern described in medical
212.txt-1932- database four-delta-one.
212.txt-1933-
212.txt:1934: COMPUTER VOICE
212.txt-1935- Electropathic pattern located.
212.txt-1936-
212.txt-1937- GEORDI
212.txt-1938- Okay, we're gonna track down any
212.txt-1939- possible cause of that brain
212.txt-1939- possible cause of that brain
212.txt-1940- pattern. First, what are the
212.txt-1941- medical conditions that might
212.txt-1942- account for it?
212.txt-1943-
212.txt:1944: COMPUTER VOICE
212.txt-1945- Iresine Syndrome is a cause of
212.txt-1946- the electropathic pattern.
212.txt-1947-
212.txt-1948- GEORDI
212.txt-1949- Right. And Doctor Crusher's
212.txt-1953-
212.txt-1954- STAR TREK: "Violations" – REV. 10/28/91 – ACT THREE 34.
212.txt-1955-
212.txt-1956-70 CONTINUED:
212.txt-1957-
212.txt:1958: COMPUTER VOICE
212.txt-1959- There are twenty-two nonmedical
212.txt-1960- agents.
212.txt-1961-