Commander Riker: [reading up on the Son'a] Half-century ago, they conquered two primitive races, the Tarlac and the Ellora, and then integrated them into their culture as a labor class. Look at this.
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Commander Riker:
[reading up on the Son'a]
Half-century ago, they conquered two primitive races, the Tarlac and the Ellora, and then integrated them into their culture as a labor class. Look at this. "The Son'a are known to have produced mass quantities of the narcotic ketracel-white. Their ships are rumored to be equipped with isolytic subspace weapons outlawed by the second Khitomer Accord."
Counselor Deanna Troi:
Why would we be involved with these people?
Commander Riker:
Good question.

Transcript:
Half a century ago, they conquered two primitive races,
the Tarlac and the Ellora,
and then integrated them into their culture as a labor class.
Look at this.
The Son'a are known to have produced
mass quantities of the narcotic ketracel-white.
Their ships are rumored to be equipped
with isolytic subspace weapons
outlawed by the Second Khitomer Accord.
Why would we be involved with these people?
Good question.
-You haven't done that in a long time.
-What?
-What you're doing to my neck.
-Was I doing something to your neck?
Bridge to Commander Worf.
-Worf!
-Captain.
l don't know how they do it on Deep Space Nine,
but on the Enterprise, we still report for duty on time.
-Sorry, sir. I'm on my way.
-We'll skip the court-martial this time.
Picard out.
When was the last time we aligned the torque sensors?
-Two months ago, sir.
-They don't sound right.
The torque sensors are out of alignment by 1 2 microns.

Clip duration: 82 seconds
Views: 21
Uploaded: 28 January, 2021
Genres: action, adventure, sci-fi, thriller
Summary: When the crew of the Enterprise learn of a Federation conspiracy against the inhabitants of a unique planet, Captain Picard begins an open rebellion.


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