Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CoveTom, Jan 2, 2012.
LaForge: Well, there’s nothing there now, and no sign there ever was.
PICARD: Is there any possible connection with Mister Crusher's experiment? Could this warp bubble be floating around the ship perhaps?
LaForge: No, sir. That bubble was definitely contained in Engineering. There’s no way it could have possible affected anything up on deck 12.
DATA: Sir, I have completed level one computer diagnostics. There are no malfunctions.
Riker: Have any other ships responded to our queries, Data?
DATA: The Wellington is the only Federation vessel in this sector. It reports normal operations. A Ferengi ship within communications range also reports nothing unusual.
Crusher: Are all the members of the crew accounted for?
DATA: Yes, Doctor.
Crusher: How many are there?
DATA: There are one hundred and fourteen people on the Enterprise.
Crusher: There are now over 900 missing. Deck after deck of this is deserted now. How do you account for all the empty rooms? If there are only supposed to be 114 people onboard, why all the extra space?
DATA: Transportation of colonists, diplomatic missions, emergency evacuations.
Picard: Thank you Mr. Data. Have security confine all non essential personnel to their quarters. Computer, go to Red Alert.
CRUSHER: I'd like Lieutenant Worf to program on-board sensors to monitor all personnel. If we can catch the exact moment someone disappears.
Picard: I’m sorry. Whom did you say?
CRUSHER: Worf. Chief of Security. The big guy who never smiles? The Klingon!
CRUSHER: Deanna, I need you to tell me if I've gone completely mad.
Troi: If you can ask the question, I’d say no.
CRUSHER: Don't evade the question.
Troi: Well, then ask me one I can answer.
CRUSHER: Deanna, I've delivered babies that no longer exist. No one else remembers them. Yet I can close my eyes, and see their faces as clearly as I see yours now. What if it's not some huge conspiracy? What if it is just me?
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