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The N'th Degree

Review

Series : The Next Generation Rating : 3
Disc No : 4.4 Episode : 92
First Aired : 1 Apr 1991 Stardate : 44704.2
Director : Robert Legato Year : 2367
Writers : Joe Menosky Season : 4
Guest Cast :
David Coburn as Ensign Brower
Dwight Schultz as Lieutenant  Reginald Barclay
Guy Vardaman as Darien Wallace
Jim Norton as Albert Einstein
Page Leong as Ensign April Anaya
Saxon Trainor as Lieutenant Linda Larson
Tracee Lee Cocco as Ensign Jae
Moral :
Exploration : Travel is not the only way to meet people.
YATI : When LaForge is messing about in one of the ship's Jeffries tubes, he gets a torch out and uses it to let him see into a junction box. A torch? Mister 'I can see across the whole electromagnetic spectrum and have a built in telescope and microscope' needs to use a torch?
Great Moment : It was nice that the Cytherians turned out to have good intentions after all, though I'm a bit dubious about the morality of their methods - essentially they do pretty much what Voyager's Caretaker did.
Body Count : Zero.
Factoid : The shuttlecraft Feynman seen in this episode is named for physicist and Nobel laureate Richard P. Feynman.
Quote : "Young children are sometimes frightened of the world. That doesn't mean that their parents should let them stay in their cribs." - Barclay to Troi.

Plotline

Lieutenant Barclay recieves a massive IQ boost, courtesy of an alien probe. Before anybody can stop him he hurls the Enterprise to the centre of the Galaxy to meet the mysterious Cytherians.


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