Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CoveTom, Jan 2, 2012.
Computer: A flaw in the ship’s design.
Computer: No ship’s structures exist forward of bulkhead 342.
CRUSHER: Show me. Analysis.
Crusher: Superimpose previous image over this one, same scale and continue to monitor. (Another explosion. The overlayed images show the bubble collapsing and parts of the Enterprise disappearing beyond the warp bubble.) It’s collapsing!
COMPUTER: Hull integrity now compromised on decks three through fifteen.
CRUSHER: Computer, how long can life support be maintained?
Crusher: Computer, how long can life support be maintained?
COMPUTER: Four minutes, seventeen seconds.
DATA: Captain, we have re-established exact coordinates and attitude.
Riker: Geordi, we’re in position. Your status?
RIKER: Geordi, we're in position. Your status?
LaForge (over com): The warp bubble is contracting at a rate of 15 meters per second. (Engineering) We’re going to lose it in about 4 minutes.
TRAVELLER: It is time, Wesley.
Riker (over com): Proceed.
PICARD: I'll be in Engineering.
Traveler: Let it go, Wesley. Let go of the anticipation, the expectations the demands upon yourself. Let it all go. Leave it behind. Yes. The ability is there inside of you. You do not need to look for it.
COMPUTER: Three minutes thirty seconds to life support failure.
Crusher: The Traveler used his thoughts to alter warp fields. Thoughts became reality. Now I’m in a warp field. Could my thoughts have changed this reality? Come on, Beverly! What’s the next step? What was I thinking at the moment Wesley’s bubble formed? Dalen Quaice. He said all the people he’d known were gone. I thought of Jack. I went to see Wesley…The flash in Engineering…That’s when it started. That’s when I started losing everybody. My thoughts created this universe. Can they get me out of it again?
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