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  • 6.5

    Where no android has gone before.

    By Celedorian, Oct 20, 2011

    This dark Data episode that doesn't live up to its promise, perhaps due in some part to the original guest star (David Rappaport) attempting suicide and having to be replaced. Saul Rubinek's performance as Fajo is uninspired and flat. And while it is interesting to see the crew of the Enterprise deal (again) with losing one of their own, much of the episode is stagnant and dreary, devoid of any kind of fun or energy. Brent Spiner, however, does give a nice performance, taking Data where no android has gone before, and it's interesting to see the darker side of the character.moreless

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  • 9.8

    Little creepy guy knows how to steal, connive, and deceive. Par for the course when he goes for the biggest treasure yet: Commander Data.

    By HypnoToad72, Jun 01, 2011

    This is a wonderful story, featuring a galactic trader who loves to collect rare or unique treasures. He wants to collect Data as his latest, and biggest prize.



    He succeeds, leaving virtually no obvious clues to suggest Data was kidnapped rather than destroyed -- but whose comeuppance was being too clumsy in setting up the environmental trap. So Geordi and Picard figure it out.



    Another wonderful, well acted piece, the highlights include three scenes:

    * Data not cooperating with Fajo

    * Data attempting to imitate the Mona Lisa

    * Data transported to the Enterprise at the end, having just pressed home the switch on a confiscated cell disruptor weapon



    For latter-end season 3, before the terrific season finale, this one is a diamond in the rough.moreless

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  • 7.9

    Data is aboard the Shuttlecraft Pike. He contacts "The Enterprise" acknowledging he is ready to return. From the viewscreen of "The Enterprise" we see Shuttlecraft Pike explode. The crew is in shock of what they just saw. Lt Worf fills in at ops station.

    By Pink_Floyd_AL, Mar 22, 2006

    Data is aboard the Shuttlecraft Pike. He contacts "The Enterprise" acknowledging he is ready to return. From the viewscreen of "The Enterprise" we see Shuttlecraft Pike explode. The crew is in shock of what they just saw. Lt Worf fills in at ops station. Geordi refuses to believe that Data is dead. He is right data is not dead , but being held captive. I find some sarcastic humour with Data feeding a rare animal. Lu-lu-lou is the sound Data makes while he is doing this. I could not quit laughing. I rate this one a 7.9moreless

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