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Eye of the Beholder

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The Next Generation
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28 Feb 1994
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When Troi first goes up into the nacelle, she is startled when the female officer comes up behind her. Shouldn't Troi's empathic sense tell her that somebody is there?

At one point Troi is on the bridge searching through personnel files for the man she recognised in her 'vision'. Worf suggests that she limit the search parameters and she says she has, she is only looking at people who served at Utopia Planitia and on the ship itself. Not to be rude, but since she's looking for a man, might it not be a good idea to limit the search to males as well? Several of the people she brings up on the screen are women!

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If I may be a total techno-obsessive here for a moment, we finally get to see inside a nacelle! Yay!
Body Count :
Just Kwan.
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This is the only episode to show us the inside of a Starship's nacelle.


After a crew member commits suicide, Troi goes crazy and tries to do the same.


Silly episode notable mostly for the chance to see bits of the Enterprise-D where no camera has gone before...
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