Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CoveTom, Sep 16, 2010.
Crewman: "Enterprise to shuttlecraft Galileo: you are cleared for arrival in shuttlebay two."
TASHA: Acknowledged, Enterprise. And there she is.
(and we get a nice look at Enterprise in her spacedock)
Yar: Acknowledged, Enterprise. And there she is!
Picard: "Tasha, I was just with Tasha in the shuttle."
CRUSHER: I've finished the neurographic scan. I don't see anything that might cause hallucinations or a psychogenic reaction.
Troi: "Is there any indication of temporal displacement?"
CRUSHER: No. Usually a temporal shift would leave some kind of triptamine residue in the cerebral cortex, but the scan didn't show any.
Crusher to Picard: "Personally, I think you just enjoy waking everybody up in the middle of the night."
PICARD: Actually, I really like running around the ship in my bare feet.
Ogawa: The bio-spectral test results doctor.
CRUSHER: Your blood gas analysis is consistent with someone who's been breathing the ship's air for weeks. If you'd been somewhere else, there would be an indication of change in the oxygen isotope ratios. (to Ogawa) Thanks. (then Troi) Deanna, would you excuse us please?
Deanna: Of course.
CRUSHER: Jean-Luc, I scanned for evidence of Irumodic Syndrome, as you suggested. There wasn't any. But I did find a small structural defect in the parietal lobe.
Picard: A defect that you hadn’t noticed before?
CRUSHER: It's the kind of defect that would only show up on a level four neurographic scan. It could cause you to be susceptible to several kinds of neurological disorders including Irumodic Syndrome. Now, it's possible for you to live with this defect for the rest of your life without developing a problem. Or even if you do, many people continue to live normal lives for a long time after the onset of Irumodic Syndrome.
PICARD: Then why do you look like you've just signed my death sentence?
CRUSHER: I'm sorry. I guess it caught me off guard.
Picard: I wouldn’t worry about it. Something tells me you’re going to have put up with me for a long time to come.
BEVERLY: It won't be easy, but I'll manage.
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