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A Fistful of Datas

Series : The Next Generation Rating : 2
Disc No : 6.2 Episode : 133
First Aired : 9 Nov 1992 Stardate : 46271.5
Director : Patrick Stewart Year : 2369
Writers : Robert Hewitt Wolfe Season : 6
Guest Cast :
Brent Spiner as Annie Meyers (Data)
Brent Spiner as Bandito (Data)
Brent Spiner as Eli Hollander (Data)
Brent Spiner as Frank Hollander (Data)
Brent Spiner as Gunman (Data)
Brian Bonsall as Alexander Rozhenko
John Pyper-Ferguson as Eli Hollander
Jorge Cervera as Bandito
Joy Garrett as Annie Meyers
Majel Barrett as Computer Voice
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YATI : When Troi shoots Eli Hollander's hat off, he turns to look at her before dropping his weapon. Yet Troi is using a lever-action rifle; she didn't cock it after firing, so Hollander would easily be able to turn and shoot her before she could do anything more to him.
Great Moment : The Enterprise riding off into the sunset at the end of the episode.
Body Count : None.
Factoid : This script was judged good enough to land writer Robert Hewitt Wolfe a permanent job on TNG. He would later go on to write for DS9 before becoming Executive Producer on Andromeda.
Quote : "The town of Deadwood may face danger again, Alexander. If they do they'll need a sheriff... and a deputy." - Worf confirming that he will continue to play with Alexander on the holodeck.

Plotline

Those pesky holodecks go haywire again, trapping some of the E-D's crew in the old west - where everybody looks startlingly familiar.


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