Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by LeadHead, Jul 29, 2012.
RIKER: He tried, twice. I didn't listen.
Picard: He's unconscious. Why?
CRUSHER: I'm not certain yet.
Wesley: He phased, Sir.
WESLEY: Parts of him disappeared and then came back. Nobody else was paying attention to him the first time.
RIKER: When we saw it this time, he seemed to be struggling, fighting it.
BEVERLY: He's dying.
Picard: "He can't! He may be the only one who can get us home."
CRUSHER: Realistically, it does not seem possible.
PICARD: Captain's log, supplemental. Our position is unknown, and our only chance of returning to the known universe is a dying alien who is generally humanoid but with a physiology sufficiently different from our own to create medical problems in caring for him.
(Crusher is tending the Traveller)
CRUSHER: I don't know. My equipment doesn't register his kind of life signs. I would have to guess exhaustion, fatigue.
WESLEY: Is he going to be all right?
PICARD: What is the boy doing here?
WESLEY: Mom, he's my friend.
RIKER: You may want him here before we're done, sir. He seems to have developed some sort of special attachment to the boy.
WESLEY: My name is Wesley, Commander Riker.
PICARD: He knows. We all know. Will he live?
CRUSHER: I'm not sure.
Picard: Wake him.
CRUSHER: I recommend we let him come around in his own time.
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