This episode does everything right from the first line and the main plot is one of the best the writers of any Star Trek series have ever envisaged. Living a life in a heartbeat, to understand another existence and appreciate a different outlook on life are central themes. Watching Picard in a happy family is a rare pleasure too and deep down we relate to how this is what he has always yearned for. In a way, going back to the Star Trek universe is almost disappointing as Picard becomes something more. Patrick Stewart acts so superbly in this episode that I can only think of one finer example. Watch this whether a fan of the genre or not since it really isn't about space, science or technology but about lives, emotions and what it is to be alive.
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