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Menage a Troi

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Title : Menage a Troi Rating : 1
First Aired : 28 May 1990 Stardate : 43930.7
Director : Robert Legato Year : 2366
Writers : Fred Bronson, Susan Sackett Season : 3
Rating : 1.0000 for 1 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Captain 8472 Rating : 1
Review : Nothing really stood out for me in this one. The one shining moment was Picard quoting Shakespear as his confession of love for Luwaxanna. I could not stop laughing. For years he had been doing his best to run and hide from her, now he must profess loving her, and in front of the entire bridge crew! Patric Stewart was spectacular at this, starting off slow, but picking up pace as he got into the 'acting role' of the scorned lover. A truly classic moment in Trek. I thought I could hear Q in the back ground laughing too.
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