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RIKER: Er, Will, sir.
Jellico : Where are my quarters, Will?
RIKER: We have you assigned to cabin seven thirty five. Deck se....
Jellico: ...Deck 7. I'll see you at 1300 hours.
(The two Captains are in dress uniform.)
JELLICO: Yeah, I know. Wearing these uniforms reminds me of my first days at the Academy.
RIKER: Attention to orders!
PICARD: (reading) To Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Commanding Officer USS Enterprise, stardate 46358.1. You are hereby requested and required to relinquish command of your vessel to Captain Edward Jellico, Commanding Officer USS Cairo as of this date. Signed, Vice-Admiral Alynna Nechayev, Starfleet Command. Computer, transfer all command codes to Captain Edward Jellico. Voice authorisation, Picard delta five.
COMPUTER: Transfer complete. USS Enterprise now under command of Captain Edward Jellico.
JELLICO: I relieve you, sir.
PICARD: I stand relieved.
LAFORGE: I wonder how permanent this is going to be.
RIKER: I don't know. They don't usually go through the ceremony if it's just a temporary assignment.
CRUSHER: Sore doesn't begin to describe it. I know. I wish I could talk about it.
Picard: Most of the secondary systems were changed at the last overhaul. I don't think they;ll give you any problems, but you might want to check out the Port Lateral-
JELLICO: I'll take care of the Enterprise, Jean-Luc. You don't have to mother me. How's your team shaping up?
Picard: Very Well. But I would prefer more recent intelligence on the exact layout of the installation. The most current information we have is two years old.
JELLICO: Two years? I don't know how Nechayev ever talked you into this.
Picard: She gave me no choice.
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