Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by Santa Garrus, Jul 4, 2012.
Picard: Yes, Lieutenant?
Worf: I believe I know why our messages are not being answered. Gowron has been rewriting Klingon history.
Riker: Rewriting history?
Worf: Yes. He is claiming it was his courage, his genius, which brought an end to the civil war.
PICARD: I see.
WORF: In the new version there is no mention made of the Federation's help in his rise to power.
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RIKER: If Worf's right, then our arrival would be an uncomfortable reminder of the facts.
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PICARD: He can take all the credit he wants, I don't care. But I do need a ship. Well, if Gowron won't talk to me, get someone who will. Somebody on the High Council. K'Tal, perhaps.
Worf: Yes, Sir.
DATA: Captain, I have a visual identification of Senator Pardek of Romulus. This is a Barolian record of a trade negotiation in which Pardek participated four years ago.
PICARD: That's all?
DATA: Yes, sir.
PICARD: Run it again. Computer, freeze. Call up the intelligence scan of Spock on Romulus. Computer, enhance far left figure and compare. Same man. Pardek. One question answered. What do we know of him?
DATA: He has been in public service since he was a young man, a senator for nine decades. He is considered a man of the people. He has sponsored many reforms. Reportedly, Romulan leadership considers him to be somewhat of a radical because he has been an advocate of peace throughout his career.
PICARD: I can see why Spock would cultivate a relationship with him. Where would we find him other than on the floor of the Romulan Senate?
DATA: The district he represents is called the Krocton segment. He maintains a dwelling there.
PICARD: Thank you, Mister Data
DATA: There is more, sir. I have taken the liberty of expanding the parameters of my search, and have discovered that Pardek has several relatives in the Krocton segment. I believe you will be able to locate him there on the third day of the Romulan week when the Senate is not in session.
PICARD: Mister Data, your resourcefulness never ceases to amaze me
DATA: Thank you, sir.
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