Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CoveTom, Jan 2, 2012.
Wesley: I can’t. I can’t do it.
TRAVELLER: When the time comes, you will, Wesley. You will.
Crusher: Starbase 1-3-3 this is the Enterprise. Starbase 1-3-3 this is the Enterprise. Please acknowledge. Viewscreen on. (On the view screen is mist.) It’s not just people. Everything is disappearing. Computer, what is that mist I’m seeing?
COMPUTER: Sensors indicate it to be a mass energy field seven hundred and five metres in diameter.
Crusher: It surrounds the ship?
Crusher: If there’s nothing wrong with me…maybe there’s something wrong with the universe. Computer, what is beyond the mass energy field?
COMPUTER: Sensors cannot penetrate the field.
Crusher: Here’s a question you shouldn’t be able to answer. Computer, what is the nature of the universe?
COMPUTER: The universe is a spheroid region seven hundred and five metres in diameter.
Data: Captain, approaching Starbase 1-3-3.
PICARD: Slow to ten metres per second.
RIKER: Mister La Forge, prepare for precision.
Riker: Mr. LaForge, prepare for precision station keeping.
LAFORGE: Acknowledged. Readying thrusters.
Traveler: There. There it is. We’re moving into phase now. There’s your warp bubble, Wesley.
(Wesley opens his eyes again and looks at the monitor.)
WESLEY: What? What's wrong.
Traveler: It is….collapsing.
CRUSHER: Computer, give me a graphic representation of the universe.
(At a rear science station.)
CRUSHER: I've seen this before. Wesley's experiment! The bubble. Of course. But that would mean that I'm the one trapped in the bubble.
(The ship shakes.)
CRUSHER: Computer, what's happening?
Computer: Explosive decompression decks 5 through 14. Sealing off forward sections.
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