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Series :
The Next Generation
Rating :
0
Disc No :
Episode :
132
First Aired :
2 Nov 1992
Stardate :
46235.7
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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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