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Phantasms

Review

Series : The Next Generation Rating : 2
Disc No : 7.2 Episode : 157
First Aired : 25 Oct 1993 Stardate : 47225.7
Director : Patrick Stewart Year : 2370
Writers : Brannon Braga Season : 7
Guest Cast :
Bernard Kates as Doctor Sigmund Freud
Carl David Burks as Russell
Clyde Kusatsu as Admiral Kuter Nakamura
David L. Crowley as Workman
Gina Ravarra as Ensign Tyler
Joyce Robinson as Ensign Gates
Tracee Lee Cocco as Lieutenant Jae
YATI : Not a nit as such... but wouldn't replacing a warp core be something that you would go into spacedock for? It's a pretty major bit of equipment, after all. If it doesn't work, the ship is stranded years away from anywhere unless somebody comes and tows them back home.

Also, why does Data go and consult a holodeck character about his dream? After all, there is a real live counsellor on board - one whose knowledge of psychology isn't four or five centuries out of date, at that. Shouldn't he go talk to Troi herself?


Plotline

Data starts having really strange dreams. Has he finally reached his use-by date, or is something odd going on?
Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 20,652 Last updated : 9 Oct 2003