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The Pegasus

Review

Series : The Next Generation Rating : 4
Disc No : 7.3 Episode : 163
First Aired : 10 Jan 1994 Stardate : 47457.1
Director : LeVar Burton Year : 2370
Writers : Ronald D. Moore Season : 7
Guest Cast :
Michael Mack as Commander Sirol
Nancy Vawter as Admiral Margaret Blackwell
Terry O'Quinn as Admiral Erik Pressman
YATI : Pressman claims that the Romulans have found a piece of the Pegasus. Okay... but it turns out that the Pegasus never exploded. So either bits just fell off the ship for no good reason, or the Admiral is lying. Admittedly the latter possibility is not wholly unlikely...

Just out of curiosity, isn't Picard also guilty of violating the treaty when he uses the Pegasus phase cloak device to escape the asteroid? I wonder what he would have done if the Romulan captain he declared that he was under arrest and asked him to come aboard their ship for return to Romulus to stand trial?

Great Moment : Picard's disapointment with Riker at the end of the episode.
Body Count : Zero

Plotline

Riker is put in a difficult position when his old commanding officer shows up, determined to protect a revolutionary - and illegal - Federation project.


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