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Title : Violations Rating : 1
First Aired : 3 Feb 1992 Stardate : 45429.3
Director : Robert Wiemer Year : 2368
Writers : Pamela Gray, Shari Goodhartz, T. Michael Season : 5
Rating : 1.5000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Indefatigable Rating : 1
Review : Not the greatest episode ever written. Not a real stinker, just not great. It was almost as though they could not decide where to go with the script. Seemed to be a 'Howcatchum?' detective story, but it did not really work as that. About half-way through, I thought that it would only be the three aliens and Data still standing in the last 5 minutes. That did not happen, and that is about all I can say. Still, I can't believe that the Federation, with Vulcans, Betazoids and so many other telepathic races doesn't have a law against mind-invasion, so a possible YATI there. Finally, Picard with hair, great moment, but where did the Borg implant come from?
Reviewer : =NoPoet= Rating : 2
Review : This is one of those episodes that's going through the motions. The Enterprise takes on some alien passengers, ooh, I wonder if they're going to be up to no good? It seems that Star Trek repeatedly presents the galaxy as full of hostile and unpleasant characters. It's a wonder Starfleet bothers to explore or attempt contact with other species at all, much less bring aliens aboard its starships where they can attempt to take control or get at the crew. This episode also suffers from being boring.
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