Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by LeadHead, Oct 3, 2012.
MARTA: Much. But I always suspected you had a hidden streak of responsibility somewhere.
Picard: Perhaps it's just that I'm getting older.
MARTA: Maybe these bars are just starting to feel a little heavy, Ensign. Ensign Picard and Ensign Batanides. It sounds weird, doesn't it?
Picard: It's going to take some getting used to.
MARTA: It's too bad we can't get used to it together. The three of us, I mean.
Picard: Oh, of course. (doorbell) Come.
Q: Flowers! Is there a John Luck Pickard here?
MARTA: From one of your conquests, no doubt. I guess some things aren't going to change.
Q: Did I interrupt anything sorted... I hope?
Picard: No, Q, you did not.
Q: Pity. She's quite attractive.
Picard: We were friends, nothing more.
Q: Is that another regret I hear? My, my. We're simply riddled with regrets about our youth, now aren't we?
Picard: My friendship with Marta is not something I regret.
Q: But you wish it had been more than just friendship, don't you? Well, maybe you can change all that.
Picard: Q, what is it you want?
Q: I thought you'd like to know that Mr. Zweller has decided not to take your advice. He's in the Bonestell facility right now rigging the table to beat the Nausicaan, I guess you were not that persuasive.
[Bonestell Facility casino]
(Corey is under the don-jot table with a screwdriver)
COREY: Ouch! Johnny, don't sneak up on me like that. I thought you were the gambling foreman.
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