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Peak Performance

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Title : Peak Performance Rating : 3
First Aired : 10 Jul 1989 Stardate : 42923.4
Director : Robert Scheerer Year : 2365
Writers : David Kemper Season : 2
Rating : 3.0000 for 1 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Indefatigable Rating : 3
Review : Not all that bad. I don't like the Ferengi, but they played a useful enough role here. Picard's reluctance to take part in exercises says quite a lot about the character, but does not make sense for a professional officer. Perhaps his later experiences will change him. Riker obviously had quite a good time here (everyone enjoys testing their skills) and he did fairly well. I'm not sure who would have won if the Ferengi had not intervened. The curious bit was the 'space-battleships' game (or whatever it was). Kolrami seemed to be an arrogant wotnot, and I'm glad he got his come-uppance here, delivered neatly by Data. Overall, a half-decent episode.
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