Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by LeadHead, Feb 13, 2014.
Picard: I find that it helps me think, the real surprise is I enjoy it so much.
BATAI: No, the real surprise is that you may actually be improving.
Batai: Yes, ma'am.
ELINE: Go home.
Batai: Yes, ma'am. Goodnight Kamin.
PICARD: Goodnight, my friend.
ELINE: Go carefully, Batai.
ELINE: Don't forget these. (picks up his shoes) I won't put them away for you again.
Picard: Yes ma'am.
ELINE: I've done nothing but nag all day. I'm sorry.
Picard: No, I'm the one who's sorry. Everything you said this morning was absolutely correct. I feel that I have given you so little and you have given me so much.
ELINE: No. You're a good man. A wonderful husband. I didn't mean...
Picard: No, not such a wonderful husband. I spend my spare time charting the stars. I disappear for days at a time exploring the countryside. My life is very much as it was. Old habits.
ELine: You're gentle and kind. You never once raised your voice to me.
PICARD: I'd like to ask your permission to build something.
ELINE: Kamin, you've built your telescope, your laboratory. You don't need my permission for something new.
PICARD: In this case, I think I do.
ELINE: What is it?
PICARD: A nursery.
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