||A decent story with Wesley in it, never thought I'd see the day. For once, Wil Whearton put in a half-decent performance. I'd have made a very minor tweak, and shown Picard begin to stand up just before Wesley made his big announcement (and grassed up his mates) at the end, but it's probably not important. After seven years of Voyager, it was decidedly odd seeing someone who bears a striking similarity to Tom Paris, and acts rather like Tom Paris as well. Does he have a long-lost twin brother? It's a pity that there were issues with royalties, because I can well imagine Cadet Locarno ending up running off to join the Marquis after this. I also find it slightly strange that Cadet Sito ends up on the Enterprise after she was involved in all this. Maybe Picard took pity on her or something (or perhaps the royalties issue was less important for secondary characters). Still, back to the episode, I actually ended up feeling sorry for Wesley at the end. Apart from the various sanctions, I am sure that Locarno is aching to beat him to a pulp.