After an encounter with the Borg, Data feels his first emotion when he gets angry with the Borg. Data then tries to find ways to recreate the situation in order to feel emotions again, whilst the Enterprise investigates the Borg activity, and are bewildered as to why they feel emotions too.
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No live effects were used for the phaser fight; all flames and sparks were added in post-production. See more
Either the brig continues to be remodeled, or there is a continuity problem with respect to the controls for the force field that closes off the prisoner's cell. In this episode, a crewman sits at a control console & activated/deactivates the force field. In Star Trek: The Next Generation: I Borg
, a crewman tapped a panel on the wall to operate it, and in an even earlier episode Picard himself was able to turn it on/off with a simple voice command to the computer. See more
Prof. Stephen Hawking
...But then I said, "In that frame of reference, the perihelion of Mercury would have recessed in the opposite direction."
Star Trek: The Next Generation End Credits
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith
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