||So, apparently the E-D is haunted! That's nothing new, the Queen Mary is supposed to be haunted as well. Well, if we forgive them that (and I'm not very forgiving with Mr Braga), it made sense in some ways. Still, the idea that it was 'all a dream' (or something like that) did not really wash with me. Showing something like that might be an insight into a character's imagination, but we didn't learn much because it was a rehash of someone else's memories. We couldn't really tell that it was a dream sequence either. We did follow Troi for most of the time, but we had a brief interaction without her being present. Cliff Bole must have been having an off day! I also didn't like being spoon-fed all sorts of information about the ship ('That's where she was built', 'Seven years ago', etc). The view of the nacelle was interesting, something like 'shaft alley' on a big steamship, which was probably the affect they were after. Still, if you don't think too much about it, it was a watchable enough episode. Perhaps they were saving the best for the end of the series.