History Recap / StarTrekTheNextGenerationS6E24S7E1Descent

1st Jan '18 7:36:45 AM JackG
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* AirVentPassageway
-->'''Worf:''' We can use the environmental control ducts to get into the compound. [[SwissCheeseSecurity They should lead us to the detention area.]]
1st Jan '18 4:09:38 AM JackG
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* CainAndAbel: Lore announces that he's going to kill his brother in a noble sacrifice (yeah, right). He gets shot and deactivated by Data instead.
1st Jan '18 4:06:36 AM JackG
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* BaitAndSwitch: It's initially assumed that Hugh is the leader of these individualistic, aggressive Borg. The audience doesn't discover that Lore is involved until the CliffHanger.
4th Dec '17 1:13:37 PM StarTropes
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* ArtisticLicenseMilitary: Not to slight Beverly's abilities, but since when does a medical doctor get to command a front-line starship?
4th Dec '17 12:57:25 PM StarTropes
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* RedShirt: One killed on Ohniaka III, and one on TheBridge when the Borg beam onto the ''Enterprise''.
21st Nov '17 1:20:49 PM slvstrChung
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Two-part, season-ending-and-beginning sequel to the fifth season episode "I, Borg." Hugh is an abandoned Borg drone rescued from an icy planet. An opportunity to destroy the collective from within is passed up in favor of Hugh's emerging individuality; he is returned to the collective and re-assimilated. OR WAS HE?!

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Two-part, season-ending-and-beginning sequel to the fifth season episode "I, Borg."[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS5E23IBorg I, Borg]]." Hugh is an abandoned Borg drone rescued from an icy planet. An opportunity to destroy the collective from within is passed up in favor of Hugh's emerging individuality; he is returned to the collective and re-assimilated. OR WAS HE?!
22nd Oct '17 3:21:08 AM StarTropes
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* IronicEcho: Taitt points out that Barnaby's calculations, if wrong, would bring them crashing into the planet's atmosphere, and Barnaby says, "Well then I'll just have to make sure my calculations are correct, Ensign." Later on in the episode, when Taitt figures out how to use a solar fusion eruption to destroy the Borg ship, Barnaby points out that the flare could destroy them as well. Taitt snaps back, "Well then I'll just have to make sure my calculations are correct, ''Lieutenant''."
20th Oct '17 3:57:49 AM StarTropes
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And they'd better HURRY! Geordi's on an... an articulation frame of some sort, tied in and unmoving. It lifts and tilts upward, and Data's behind it. He callously mimics Picard's voice, giving Geordi false hope of escape, before saying "Too late!" maliciously, adding that Lore's helped him work on his humor. Geordi doesn't think much of it; Data just shrugs. He uses a beam on Geordi's implants, which turns out to be a local anesthetic... Data's apparently going to use Geordi's head as a pin cushion! He [[{{Squick}} DOES SO]], calmly explaining he's going to try replacing Geordi's brain with an artificial one. TRY. He's going off of Lore's plan, which doesn't have a good track record as we saw in the last scene; in effect he's going to lobotomize his best friend.

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And they'd better HURRY! Geordi's on an... an articulation frame of some sort, tied in and unmoving. It lifts and tilts upward, and Data's behind it. [[EvilHasABadSenseOfHumor He callously mimics Picard's voice, giving Geordi false hope of escape, before saying "Too late!" maliciously, adding that Lore's helped him work on his humor. humor.]] Geordi doesn't think much of it; Data just shrugs. He uses a beam on Geordi's implants, which turns out to be a local anesthetic... Data's apparently going to use Geordi's head as a pin cushion! He [[{{Squick}} DOES SO]], calmly explaining he's going to try replacing Geordi's brain with an artificial one. TRY. He's going off of Lore's plan, which doesn't have a good track record as we saw in the last scene; in effect he's going to lobotomize his best friend.
20th Oct '17 3:31:12 AM StarTropes
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* AnswerCut: With Picard sending most of the crew (including himself) to the surface to look for Data, Geordi asks him who will command the ''Enterprise''. Cut to Doctor Crusher being given the big chair.
19th Oct '17 1:33:12 PM StarTropes
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* MeaningfulEcho: In the first part, Troi tells Data that there are no good or bad emotions, rather what one does with them. In the second part, Troi tries to point out that Lore is only giving DAta the negative emotion of fear, to which Data reminds her of what she told him.

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* MeaningfulEcho: In the first part, Troi tells Data that there are no good or bad emotions, rather what one does with them. In the second part, Troi tries to point out that Lore is only giving DAta Data the negative emotion of fear, to which Data reminds her of what she told him.
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