Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by Gaius, Mar 19, 2012.
"Lonely Among Us"
I looked up that particular Dr Who episode on both Wikipedia and the Dr Who wiki and found nothing.
I can offer a hint: The episode has a one-word title.
Spoiler: the episode in question
Methinks that was a little TOO obscure, and it was more of a Dr Who question. We need a new question!!!
What instruments do we see Data playing, and in which episodes?
Data plays violin in many episodes, my favorites of which are with his mother in "Inheritance" & for Sarek in "Sarek"
Data plays guitar in "Silicon Avatar". I always thought a commanding officers concert featuring Picard on flute, Riker on trombone & Data on guitar might have sounded nice, perhaps a jazz improv on some Bach
He also played the oboe in "In Theory" Another instrument he might sound good with in a command trio
I suppose you could also call him singing "Blue Skies" in Nemesis a musical instrument
EDIT: oops you've already given the answer lol
What was the name of the fictional ship Riker referred to as "a good ship"?
The USS Lollipop
What is the first line of dialogue spoken by Data?
Off the top of my head, and probably not word-for-word: "Difficult, Sir? Simply solve the mystery of Farpoint Station."
What contemporary (active when TNG was on the air) actor was mentioned by name in an episode?
Kenneth Branagh in "The Defector"?
Thank you good sir.
What analogy did Picard use to describe the the 2 Romulan Warbirds firing on the Enterprise in The Defector?
"A tap on the shoulder"
Where did the idea come from, for the temporal fields used by the crew in "Timescape" that nullified the effects of the time displacement phenomena?
Could you clarify what you mean by "Where did the idea come from"?
In Timescape, the crew adapts a previously used technique of theirs in order to create the temporal fields used to keep them from being incorporated into the rate of time within the event.
Where or when or in which episode even, did they use the technique from which this idea was derived?
Separate names with a comma.