Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by LeadHead, Oct 17, 2012.
REPORTER: One of the patients said that, yes, sir, but the police deny it.
CLEMENS: I bet they do.
REPORTER: They say a band of outlaws set off an explosion in the hospital and then escaped.
CLEMENS: Well, what did these outlaws look like?
REPORTER: The carriage they escaped in was driven by an albino.
CLEMENS: Oh, Mr. Data.
REPORTER: You know him?
CLEMENS: You bet I do. You say there were others with him?
REPORTER: Yes, at least a dozen.
CLEMENS: His accomplices. They've come from the future. My God, it's an invasion.
[Clemens gets a bit hysterical as he begins realizing this and hails a hansom cab.]
Reporter: An invasion from the future? Mister Clemens, what can you tell me about this? Do you have any proof?
CLEMENS: When's your deadline, boy?
REPORTER: 5:00, sir.
CLEMENS: I'll meet you at your paper at four thirty with a story that will make your career.
REPORTER: Thanks Mr. Clemens!
CLEMENS: Take me to the Presidio, driver, and don't spare the whip.
RIKER: [scanning with tricorder] The triolic levels are as high as they were on Devidia Two. There's no indication of a control mechanism.
LAFORGE: I'm not so sure. My visor is picking up crystalline fractures. These cavern walls have undergone some kind of selective molecular polarisation. In fact, if I'm right this whole cavern has been configured to focus the space-time distortion. Just like a lens. Captain, we think we might be on to something. The cavern itself seems to be acting as a focusing mechanism. I'm willing to bet it's the same at their habitat back on Devidia Two.
PICARD: If we can get back there and destroy that site, it might put an end to their time traveling.
RIKER: We have the ophidian.
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