Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by leandar, Aug 7, 2012.
Picard: I should have beamed you up.
Crusher: You wouldn't dare.
Picard: Oh, yes I would. And should.
Crusher: Without my permission?
Picard: If you don't follow orders.
Crusher: If you'd give reasonable orders, I'd obey.
Picard: Doctor, I will be the judge of what is reasonable.
Crusher: There aren't any exits to the surface.
Picard: So the only way out is the transporter. Or the dimensional jump.
Crusher: A mode of travel I'd encourage you to avoid. It's killing them.
Picard: They're mad.
Crusher: I don't know any more. The difference between a madman and a committed man willing to die for a cause...It's all become blurred over the last few days.
Picard: Beverly, I don't have to remind you about the psychological impact of being a hostage.
Crusher: I know. I understand that. But their leader, Finn, he's not what you'd expect.
Picard: No, he's certainly not what I would expect. Without cause or reason, he and his little band of outlaws has attacked my ship!
Crusher: But he did have reasons. The medical supplies, the arrests. Jean-Luc, if we really examined our role in all this…
Picard: Beverly, you are arguing for a man who may have murdered your son!
Finn: I didn't kill your son…Beverly. We weren't able to destroy the ship. We had to settle for him. She wouldn't even tell me her name. I call her Doctor.
Picard: You have made a grave miscalculation.
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