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Masks

Series : The Next Generation Rating : 0
Disc No : 7.5 Episode : 168
First Aired : 21 Feb 1994 Stardate : 47615.2
Director : Robert Wiemer Year : 2370
Writers : Joe Menosky Season : 7
Guest Cast :
Rickey D'Shon Collins as Eric Burton Tracee Lee Cocco as Lieutenant Jae
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Rating : 2.5000 for 2 reviewsView existing reviewsAdd your own review
YATI : At one point Troi declares that the two alien characters are like the sun and the moon - only one can be in ascension at any given time. Which means that despite passing the bridge officer's test last episode, she still isn't exactly the sharpest tool in the box. It's perfectly possible for the sun and moon to be up at once - think about it, how could you have an eclipse of the sun otherwise? Just keep an eye on the sky for the next couple of weeks, you'll see the moon up there during the daytime along with the sun.
Worst Moment : The whole premise of the episode is clearly an excuse to allow Spiner to act outside the limitations of the role of Data. Unfortunately, he doesn't do a very good job of it.
Body Count : Zero

Plotline

Data develops the ultimate case of multiple personality disorder.

Analysis

An episode thats actually embarrassing to watch.


Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 1,057 Last updated : 18 May 2008