Should the rejuvenating effect of the companion not have made Cochrance not only younger but hornier as well?
Allyn Gibson wrote:
Frankly, I have a hard time imagining that Patrick Stewart would have been happy with the script had Picard been part of the fish-out-of-water comedy storyline.
Or even better, they could have changed it so that Cochrane wasn't the drunk womanizing idiot that he was portrayed as.
I really can't bring myself, no matter how hard I try, to believe that after WW III some hillbillies grabbed a missile silo and invented warp drive. There is still a world of a difference between "highly improbable" and "mildly impossible".
The only good thing about these scenes is how these served as a basis to create the amazing "negative" for the opening sequence in "In a Mirror, Darkly".