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Final Mission

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Title : Final Mission Rating : 1
First Aired : 19 Nov 1990 Stardate : 44307.3
Director : Corey Allen Year : 2367
Writers : Casey Arnold-Ince Season : 4
Rating : 1.5000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Steamrunner92 Rating : 2
Review : This was not a bad episode, per se, but some of Will Wheaton's acting is just painful to watch. To his credit, his speech to Picard before finally going after the water wasn't half bad, although his success with the tricorder to defeat the energy being feels like he just won at a video game (but with a pretty hard boss battle). Another nit - when Picard lays down the arrow and they begin walking away, they go about 10-15 degrees off of the direction of the arrow. That may not seem like much, but as far away as those mountains are, that's so far off that anyone following would be miles (or kilometers, in deference to our gracious British web host) away...not the best way to secure a rescue.
Reviewer : lexxonnet Rating : 1
Review : Not a great episode, the premise of it was a bit rubbish to begin with. The idea that they'd go on a shuttle with no supplies to speak off, get marooned on a desert planet, with the only source of water being protected by a weird energy force which encases any threats in plastic - ruthless, yet defeated by a scanning device. Pretty silly premise. More than blame Wheaton's acting, I'd blame the bad dialogue for making the few conversations quite cheesy. There are some redeeming moments though, Picard's final talk with Wesly being one of them. Overall, quite a forgettable episode.
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