Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by LeadHead, Jun 17, 2012.
(they've arrived at the array)
Data: The array appears to be functioning normally, Sir.
Riker: That can't be right. We were told the Array stopped relaying data six days ago.
Data: The array is still transmitting, Sir, but it is no longer sending that information to the Federation. It appears that someone has redirected its imaging system.
Picard: Where is the information being sent now?
Data: Sector one nine six five eight, sir. I am unable to access it's main computer, so it is impossible to determine the exact location.
RIKER: What's in that sector?
Worf: It is uninhabited. But there could be a ship or a subspace relay station receiving the data.
RIKER: Captain. I suggest we beam a repair crew aboard the Array. We can begin downloading their imaging logs, find out what the Array's been observing for the past six days.
PICARD: Make it so.
Riker: Mister Data?
WORF: Excuse me, Counsellor. Do you have a moment?
TROI: Of course.
WORF: I have been meaning to speak with you about Alexander.
WORF: It has never been easy for me having Alexander on board. I have always tried to be a good father, to give him guidance, but he seems to have his own mind about some things.
TROI: Most children do.
WORF: I could not have come this far without your help. Alexander looks up to you. At times, I have felt that you are like a mother to him.
TROI: Worf, that's one of the nicest things anyone's ever said to me.
WORF: One time when I thought I was going to die, I asked you to watch over Alexander. I was wondering if you might consider formalizing that arrangement. I want you to be Alexander's Soh-chIm.
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