Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CoveTom, Sep 16, 2010.
Deanna: How much time did you spend in each time period? Did it seem like minutes? Hours?
Picard: You see, I can't say. At first I had a sense of confusion, disorientation. I wasn't sure where I was. And then all that passed and it all seemed perfectly natural, as though I belonged in that time. But I can't...
Picard finds himself in the future at a vineyard.
La Forge: Captain Picard to the Bridge! Captain we've got a problem with the Warp Core or the Phase Inducers, or some other damn thing.
La Forge: Hello Captain, or should I call you Ambassador?
Picard: Oh, I haven’t been called that in sometime either.
GEORDI: How about Mr. Picard?
Picard: How about Jean-Luc?
LaForge: No, I don’t think I can get used to that.
Picard: Good Lord, Geordi. Well, how long has it been?
LaForge: Nine years…
Picard: No, no, no. Since you last called me Captain, since we were all together on the Enterprise?
LaForge: Close to…25 years.
Picard: Twenty-five years.... Well, looks like time has been good to you.
LaForge: A little too good in some places. Can I give you a hand here?
Picard: Oh well. I'm just tying up some vines.
La Forge: You've got Leaf Miners. Might want to try a bacillus spray. My wife is a gardener. I've picked up a little bit.
Picard: How is Leah?
La Forge: Just wonderful, busy as ever. She's just been made director of the Daystrom Institute.
Picard: "What about the little ones? Brett, Alandra and er..."
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