Eye of the Beholder

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  • 6.0

    Troi has a dream.... or is it? Or is it not? Or... okay, you get the picture.

    By Celedorian, Nov 07, 2012

    This slow and bizarre Troi episode can be confusing to follow even for hardcore Trekkers. (It helps to know that in Star Trek does not use exterior establishing shots of the Enterprise in space for scenes that are hallucinations or dreams, such as the stories in "Future Imperfect" and "Frame of Mind".) The episode is intended as a murder mystery that plays mind games with the viewers, but sometimes it seems the writers and actors are more confused than us. The conclusion, by the writers' own admission, is (unintentionally) vague, and the episode requires a careful viewing to understand what's real and what's not.moreless

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  • 7.4

    Riker tries to save Lieutenant Kwan from committing suicide, but fails. The crew are left wondering why Lieutenant Kwan committed suicide. Troi senses a jumbled mix of emotions on Nacelle Control, but can’t place where it is coming from.

    By Pink_Floyd_AL, Oct 19, 2006

    Riker tries to save Lieutenant Kwan from committing suicide, but fails. The crew are left wondering why Lieutenant Kwan committed suicide. Troi senses a jumbled mix of emotions on Nacelle Control, but can’t place where it is coming from. Troi becomes distraught and returns to the “Enterprise”. Beverly suggests Troi rest for 4 hours and then go back. This time Troi and Worf returned to Nacelle Control. Troi starts seeing things and Worf disappears before her eyes. Troi and Worf become romantically involved on this episode or do they? Now Troi is on the verge of suicide.moreless

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