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Thine Own Self

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Title : Thine Own Self Rating : 4
First Aired : 14 Feb 1994 Stardate : 47611.2
Director : Winrich Kolbe Year : 2370
Writers : Christopher Hatton Season : 7
Rating : 4.0000 for 1 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Indefatigable Rating : 4
Review : Overall, quite interesting. The main story, Data bringing radioactive material into a village, was obviously based on the GoiĆ¢nia Accident, which is the main reason why it rang true. After all the abuses of radiation in the past, they got the symptoms of moderate radiation poisoning just about right, so somebody finally looked it up in a textbook. Luckily, Data's cure worked before anyone's hair fell out! The reaction of the villagers to Data, and their overall attitudes, actually made a lot more sense than normal. I did like the way that they were teaching their children the Aristotlean Four Element theory, despite the fact that it is nonsense. Troi taking the Bridge Officer's Test gave us another insight into Starfleet proceedures after the last episode "Lower Decks". We seem to be getting the entire Starfleet experience at the moment, although I don't think they ever gave us an episode about the life of an Ordinary Crewman or Engineer's Mate, which was a pity. The test itself made me think of the Kobayashi Maru scenario (I suppose that was the idea) and the solution was interesting, to force someone to realize that they might have to order a friend to their death. Yes, it makes sense.
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