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* PropRecycling: The Promellian cruiser is a spaceship model reused from the film ''Film/NightOfTheCreeps''.


** Originally, Leah Brahms was named "Navid Daystrom", who was intended to be a descendent of Dr. Richard Daystrom from the TOS episode "[[Recap/StarTrekS2E24TheUltimateComputer The Ultimate Computer]]". However, the casting department didn't realize that they would require a black actress until after Susan Gibney had been cast. So the character was renamed, but they added a nod to Daystrom with a line that Brahms graduated from the Daystrom Institute (last mentioned in "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS2E9TheMeasureOfAMan The Measure of a Man]]").

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** Originally, Leah Brahms was named "Navid Daystrom", who was intended to be a descendent descendant of Dr. Richard Daystrom from the TOS episode "[[Recap/StarTrekS2E24TheUltimateComputer The Ultimate Computer]]". However, the casting department didn't realize that they would require a black actress until after Susan Gibney had been cast. So the character was renamed, but they added a nod to Daystrom with a line that Brahms graduated from the Daystrom Institute (last mentioned in "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS2E9TheMeasureOfAMan The Measure of a Man]]").


** Originally, Leah Brahms was named "Navid Daystrom", who was intended to be a descendent of Dr. Richard Daystrom from the TOS episode "[[Recap/StarTrekS2E24TheUltimateComputer The Ultimate Computer]]". However, the casting department didn't realize that they would require a black actress until after Susan Gibney had been cast. So the character was renamed, but they added a nod to Daystrom with a line that Brahms graduated from the Daystrom Institute (last mentioned in "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS2E9TheMeasureOfAMan The Measure of a Man]]").

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** Originally, Leah Brahms was named "Navid Daystrom", who was intended to be a descendent of Dr. Richard Daystrom from the TOS episode "[[Recap/StarTrekS2E24TheUltimateComputer The Ultimate Computer]]". However, the casting department didn't realize that they would require a black actress until after Susan Gibney had been cast. So the character was renamed, but they added a nod to Daystrom with a line that Brahms graduated from the Daystrom Institute (last mentioned in "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS2E9TheMeasureOfAMan The Measure of a Man]]").Man]]").
** Originally the holodeck set was to have been a mockup of a warp engine, but time constraints forced the more limited set shown.
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** Originally, Leah Brahms was named "Navid Daystrom", who was intended to be a descendent of Dr. Richard Daystrom from the TOS episode "[[Recap/StarTrekS2E24TheUltimateComputer The Ultimate Computer]]". However, the casting department didn't realize that they would require a black actress until after Susan Gibney had been cast ([[UnfortunateImplications Unfortunately Implying]] that a 2nd- or 3rd-generation descendant ''must'' be the same race as their ancestor). So the character was renamed, but they added a nod to Daystrom with a line that Brahms graduated from the Daystrom Institute (last mentioned in "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS2E9TheMeasureOfAMan The Measure of a Man]]").

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** Originally, Leah Brahms was named "Navid Daystrom", who was intended to be a descendent of Dr. Richard Daystrom from the TOS episode "[[Recap/StarTrekS2E24TheUltimateComputer The Ultimate Computer]]". However, the casting department didn't realize that they would require a black actress until after Susan Gibney had been cast ([[UnfortunateImplications Unfortunately Implying]] that a 2nd- or 3rd-generation descendant ''must'' be the same race as their ancestor).cast. So the character was renamed, but they added a nod to Daystrom with a line that Brahms graduated from the Daystrom Institute (last mentioned in "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS2E9TheMeasureOfAMan The Measure of a Man]]").


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: This episode was originally written with Picard in Geordi's place, being the one working with the holographic Dr. Brahms.
** Originally, Leah Brahms was named "Navid Daystrom", who was intended to be a descendent of Dr. Richard Daystrom from the TOS episode "The Ultimate Computer". However, the casting department didn't realize that they would require a black actress until after Susan Gibney had been cast ([[UnfortunateImplications Unfotunately implying]] that a 2nd- or 3rd-generation descendant ''must'' be the same race as their ancestor). So the character was renamed, but they added a nod to Daystrom with a line that Brahms graduated from the Daystrom Institute.

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This episode was originally written with Picard in Geordi's place, being the one working with the holographic Dr. Brahms.
** Originally, Leah Brahms was named "Navid Daystrom", who was intended to be a descendent of Dr. Richard Daystrom from the TOS episode "The "[[Recap/StarTrekS2E24TheUltimateComputer The Ultimate Computer". Computer]]". However, the casting department didn't realize that they would require a black actress until after Susan Gibney had been cast ([[UnfortunateImplications Unfotunately implying]] Unfortunately Implying]] that a 2nd- or 3rd-generation descendant ''must'' be the same race as their ancestor). So the character was renamed, but they added a nod to Daystrom with a line that Brahms graduated from the Daystrom Institute.Institute (last mentioned in "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS2E9TheMeasureOfAMan The Measure of a Man]]").

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: This episode was originally written with Picard in Geordi's place, being the one working with the holographic Dr. Brahms.
** Originally, Leah Brahms was named "Navid Daystrom", who was intended to be a descendent of Dr. Richard Daystrom from the TOS episode "The Ultimate Computer". However, the casting department didn't realize that they would require a black actress until after Susan Gibney had been cast ([[UnfortunateImplications Unfotunately implying]] that a 2nd- or 3rd-generation descendant ''must'' be the same race as their ancestor). So the character was renamed, but they added a nod to Daystrom with a line that Brahms graduated from the Daystrom Institute.

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