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Review

Series : The Next Generation Rating : 0
Disc No : 6.2 Episode : 132
First Aired : 2 Nov 1992 Stardate : 46235.7
Director : Adam Nimoy Year : 2369
Writers : Diana Dru Botsford, Michael Piller, Ward Botsford Season : 6
Guest Cast :
Brian Bonsall as Alexander Rozhenko
Carl David Burks as Russell
Caroline Junko King as (Young) Keiko O'Brien
Colm Meaney as Miles Edward O'Brien
David Tristan Birkin as (Young) Jean-Luc Picard
Hana Hatae as Molly O'Brien
Isis Jones as (Young) Guinan
Majel Barrett as Computer Voice
Megan Parlen as (Young) Ro Laren
Michael Snyder as Morta
Michelle Forbes as Ro Laren
Mike Gomez as DaiMon Lurin
Morgan Nagler as Kid #1
Rosalind Chao as Keiko O'Brien
Tracee Lee Cocco as Lieutenant Jae
Tracey Walter as Berik
Whoopi Goldberg as Guinan
YATI : Skipping lightly over the fact that the younger Picard has a different accent, no dimple in his chin and different eye colour, what happened to his artificial heart? A full sized adult heart wouldn't fit the chest of a child, after all.

At one point a pair of automatic doors slide open and a little robot comes through to distract a Ferengi. As Data says in "In Theory", "the door sensor is programmed to recognise only Humanoid forms for entrance and egress."

Worst Moment : The Ferengi conquering the Enterprise so easily.
Body Count : Unsure.
Factoid : Since Ro's return to adulthood is never shown on screen, for a while the staff considered leaving her as a child permanently - or at least, until she had grown up again.

Plotline

Picard, Ro and Guinan regress to childhood. Literally.
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