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Lead-Nosed Reindeer October 17 2012 03:01 PM

"Time's Arrow" Line-by-Line
 
Hello, welcome!

We recently finished our "Tapestry" Line-by-Line here in the TNG forum!

After each completed thread, we're randomly picking someone who participated to choose the next episode we do. The lucky winner this time around was Circus Peanut! And Circus Peanut has chosen TNG's "Time's Arrow" 2 parter as our next Line-by-Line challenge!

For any unfamiliar with our "game," you are asked to post only a single line (defined as one character speaking without interruption by another character) per message. You can post as often as you like, but someone else must post a line in between your posts.

Our "rule" is that if the episode has a "To Be Continued..." on the end, it is done in a single thread, but if it's just an arc of related episodes, each episode is a separate thread.

As before, at the conclusion of this thread, I or my evil temporal creature, CoveTom :rommie: will pick someone at random from among all the participants to choose the next episode we do.

Okay, lets head to San Francisco!

Lead-Nosed Reindeer October 17 2012 03:03 PM

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Captain's Log Stardate 45959.1. The Enterprise has been recalled to Sector 001 on a priority mission. All we've been told is that evidence has been discovered indicating the presence of extraterrestrials on Earth, 5 centuries ago.

Enterprise1981 October 17 2012 05:48 PM

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[Cavern]

SCIENTIST: Work crews were down here installing seismic regulators when they found some remarkable artefacts.

Orac October 17 2012 07:44 PM

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Picard: And it's been determined that they date back to the late nineteenth century?

Enterprise1981 October 17 2012 07:47 PM

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SCIENTIST: Yes.

(he takes a sheet off a packing case to reveal the items)

Athena28 October 17 2012 08:44 PM

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DATA: The bifocal vision aid is typical of the era. The weapon is a 45 caliber double-action cavalry pistol invented by Colt Firearms in 1873.

Vanyel October 17 2012 09:10 PM

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Scientist:Here, look inside the watch.

Athena28 October 17 2012 10:37 PM

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PICARD: What makes you think that extraterrestrials are related to these discoveries?

Ugly Sweater October 18 2012 02:25 AM

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Scientist: The crew was having a problem with the regulators. Something inside the cavern was interfering with the phase conditioners. It turned out to be the cavern itself.

leandar October 18 2012 02:46 AM

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(Data begins scanning with his tricorder)

Data: The composition of the exposed rock face has been altered by exposure to triolic waves.

Lead-Nosed Reindeer October 18 2012 03:35 AM

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Scientist: Which you're not going to find on Earth in either the 19th or the 24th centuries.

leandar October 18 2012 07:15 AM

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Picard: Triolic waves?

Orac October 18 2012 07:36 AM

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Data: The by-product of an energy source employed by very few species because of its deleterious effect on living tissue.

Ziz October 18 2012 12:15 PM

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SCIENTIST: We've confirmed that no one has been in or out of this cavern in centuries, so we're left with a five hundred year old mystery.

BlueStuff October 18 2012 03:47 PM

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PICARD: I'm curious, Doctor. There are far greater experts on Earth to investigate your mystery. Why bring the Enterprise all the way home?


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