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Old November 3 2008, 04:51 PM   #16
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Re: The Best of Both Worlds, Part Two

The only problem I've ever had with this episode is the dialogue right after the cube's destruction, ending with:

Riker: "What do you remember?"
Picard: "Everything."

Period. End of scene. It says everything this dramatic two-parter needs, the verbal equivalent of the single tear.

But they went on to have Picard, still Borgified, add on: "Including some brilliantly unorthodox strategy from a former first officer of mine."

It completely ruins the dramatic import of the scene, IMO.
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