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Series :
The Next Generation
Rating :
Disc No :
Episode :
First Aired :
9 May 1994
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Director :
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Season :
Guest Cast :
Arlee Reed as Hayseed
C. Gilman as Knight in armor
Carl David Burks as Russell
D. Zanuck as Flapper
David Huddleston as Conductor
Dennis Tracy as Man in gray flannel suit
Joyce Robinson as Ensign Gates
S. Whittaker as Gunslinger
Thomas Kopache as Engineer
Tracee Lee Cocco as Lieutenant Jae
Vinny Argiro as Hitman
Worf asks the folks on the train if they have finished the jigsaw puzzle. But when we see his point of view, the puzzle is in plain sight and it's perfectly obvious that it is nowhere near finished.

So the Enterprise has become self-aware, enough that it can design and build offspring and actually out-think the crew in many respects. So, why does it suddenly stop thinking for itself at the end of the episode?

Worst Moment :
The birth of the 'child'.
Body Count :


When the holodecks start acting up yet again, the crew realise that the Enterprise-D is feeling broody.
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