Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by CoveTom, Jan 2, 2012.
Picard: Thank you Number One. Mr. Data?
DATA: Sir, Starbase 133 has no record at all of a Doctor Dalen Quaice.
Picard: You said he was stationed there for 6 years.
DATA: Not according to their computer. I have also accessed Starfleet records. There is no doctor currently serving in Starfleet named Quaice. In fact, I can find no service record whatsoever. There are no birth records with that name. I find no -
Crusher: Data, I interned with him on Delos IV. I’ve known him for 15 years.
DATA: I do not doubt you, Doctor, but I have tried one hundred seventy three phonetic variations of the name, and I-
CRUSHER: His name is Dalen Quaice. Q U A I C E. Whatever your records say, they're wrong.
Picard: Mr. Worf?
WORF: We have completed our search, Captain. We cannot locate Doctor Quaice.
Riker: You’re not alone.
CRUSHER: He was on board. I met him myself in Transporter room three.
Picard: Then it appears, for reasons unknown, someone has taken great pains to erase all traces of this man.
RIKER: Who was on transporter duty when he came aboard?
Transporter Room 3:
O’Brien: Dr. Quaice. Was he a part of the regular crew rotation?
RIKER: No. He's a friend of Doctor Crusher's.
O’Brien: When did he arrive?
O'BRIEN: When did he arrive?
Crusher: Yesterday at 1600 hours.
O'BRIEN: That was my watch. I beamed this man on board?
Crusher: Yes, I was here to meet him. An elderly man, not in the best of health.
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