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Allegiance

Review

Series : The Next Generation Rating : 1
Disc No : 3.4 Episode : 65
First Aired : 26 Mar 1990 Stardate : 43714.1
Director : Winrich Kolbe Year : 2366
Writers : Hans Beimler, Richard Manning Season : 3
Guest Cast :
Jeff Rector as Alien #2
Jerry Rector as Alien #1
Joycelyn O'Brien as Cadet Mitena Haro
Reiner Schone as Esoqq
Stephen Markle as Kova Tholl
Moral :
Authority : You only every have the authority that those under you choose to allow you
YATI : When Picard orders "Ales for everyone!", everyone responds with a cheer. Why is this? After all, it's not like anybody ever actually pays for anything in ten forward! Are just sucking up to the boss?

One of the indicators that Picard is acting unusually comes when he asks Beverly if she would like to dance, and she responds "I thought you didn't dance?" But in the movie "Insurrection", when Picard is expected to dance at a formal dinner Beverly states that "The Captain used to cut quite a rug!" So which is it?

Great Moment : I love Picard's wooing and dumping of Beverly. The look on her face when he throws her out is hilarious!
Body Count : Zero.
Factoid : Picard's drinking song is "Heart of Oak", written by David Garrick and Dr. William Boyce and first performed in 1770.
Quote : "Imprisonment is an injury, regardless of how you justify it." - Picard to the alien

Plotline

Picard finds himself trapped in a cell with some curious companions; but back on the Enterprise, his double wants to see how far he can push the crew before they break.


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