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Series : The Next Generation Rating : 2
Disc No : 7.4 Episode : 164
First Aired : 17 Jan 1994 Stardate : 47423.9
Director : Alexander Singer Year : 2370
Writers : Spike Steingasser, William N. Stape Season : 7
Guest Cast :
Brian Markinson as Vorin
Edward Penn as Kateras
Paul Sorvino as Nikolai Rozhenko
Penny Johnson as Dobara
Susan Christy as Tarrana
Tracee Lee Cocco as Lieutenant Jae
YATI : I have to say, I think the Prime Directive is a pretty good idea most of the time... protecting the primitives from exploitation, harmful interference and all that. But I mean, these people were all going to die. Just how bad could any degree of interference be compared to that?

Plotline

Worf's Human brother decides that the Prime Directive isn't for him when a group of primitive tribesfolk are threatened with destruction.


Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 1,625 Last updated : 9 Oct 2003