||A half-decent episode, but the plot logic was a bit weird. We've had a string of these 'what the heck is going on?' stories recently, and it's about time for a change. They did provide us with a reasonable mystery to solve, and it seems they solved it fairly well, but not quite. The whole holodeck reconstruction scene worked very well, and was entirely convincing. What makes least sense is how poorly they monitored Geordi, especially when they suggested he might have the same infection as the others. Why not keep him confined to Sickbay, where he could work from Dr Crusher's office? Why not have a security detail trailing him? Why not do something other than leave him on his own? It would not affect the plot, if the transformation was quick enough, he could escape fairly easily. No, it seems to be sloppy writing. Still, the entire episode was to set up the last planet scene, where Geordi remembers himself just enough to come home. That scene worked, but there were better ways of getting to it.