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Qpid

Review

Series : The Next Generation Rating : 4
Disc No : 4.4 Episode : 93
First Aired : 22 Apr 1991 Stardate : 44741.9
Director : Cliff Bole Year : 2367
Writers : Ira Steven Behr, Randee Russell Season : 4
Guest Cast :
Carl David Burks as Russell
Clive Revill as Sir Guy of Gisbourne
Guy Vardaman as Darien Wallace
Jennifer Hetrick as Maid Marian / Vash
John de Lancie as Lord High Sheriff of Nottingham / Q
Joi Staton as Servant
Moral :
Honesty : Not being honest about your feelings can lead you into embarrassing situations.
YATI : We get a minor demonstration of Q's amazing abilities in this episode. When he opens Vash's letter, he reads it upside down. Obviously this isn't on the scale of moving planets around or anything, but I find it interesting that the Q can read stuff any way up. Also, the creators really need to be more consistent about Data's physical speed and robustness. In 'We'll Always Have Paris' he was fast enough to dodge laser blasts. In 'First Contact' we find that he is bullet proof. In "The Naked Now" he claims that 'if you prick me, do I not leak?'. Well, in this episode Troi fires an arrow at Data. Not only does he fail to dodge it, the arrow comfortably pierces his bullet proof chest and completely fails to cause any leak.
Great Moment : Worf smashing Geordi's musical instrument.
Body Count : Several of Q's henchmen creations are killed, but these aren't real people.

Plotline

Q transports the Enterprise crew from an archaeology symposium into a recreation of the legend of Robin Hood.
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