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Where Silence Has Lease

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Title : Where Silence Has Lease Rating : 4
First Aired : 28 Nov 1988 Stardate : 42193.6
Director : Winrich Kolbe Year : 2365
Writers : Jack B. Sowards Season : 2
Rating : 4.0000 for 1 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Indefatigable Rating : 4
Review : This was quite disturbing in some ways. At first, it seemed like a re-hash of "The Immunity Syndrome", but then it began to shift away from there. Once again, we had the 'What the heck is going on?' plot running, and that's always intriguing. The various tests thrown at the crew only served to rub that in. We began to get the whole 'rats in a maze' thing aboard the fictional Yamato. Nagilum as a concept makes some sense, although I cannot really understand why it would want to communicate with or even make itself known to the Enterprise crew (although it was necessary for the plot) since that would affect the conditions of any test. Unless the question was more about how far Picard would go to prevent his crew from suffering. Seems it has its answer there! There is no real way to be sure that we ever did make it back into 'real' space at all, which begets plenty of questions as to what this (fictional) reality actually is. Maybe they never left at all...
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