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Episode name: "Attached"

Season: 7

Director: Jonathan Frakes

After escaping imprisonment on an alien world, Picard and Beverly find that their thoughts are connected by brain implants. (Memory Alpha)

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I most definitely don't watch this episode. :thumbdown: :thumbdown: :thumbdown: So, no thoughts from me here. Feel free to discuss and all, of course, though!

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P/C ALERT!!! :laugh:

I thought this one was alright, though a little boring. I can't really remember it now...

Other than the P/C, which I'd better not mention anymore :giggle:

*Looks around nervously*

Edited by CentralPlexus

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I'm not a P/C fan so I don't support the relationship, but I still like the episode. I enjoyed the banter that Picard and Crusher shared when they exchanged thoughts.

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This one didn't overly entertain me to be honest, TOS seemed to do these kind of alien prison break out episodes with a lot more fun! 4 out of 10.

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I enjoyed this episode. I'll concede that it isn't the most Michael Bay-esque exciting episode, but it wasn't really meant to be. I thought the idea of them being telepathically linked was clever.

Also, this maybe shallow but I found Dr. Crusher to be very beautiful in this episode. Especially the final scene when her and Picard were talking.

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I thought it was an okay episode. I don't mind the P/C relationship, I kinda liked the fact that they were linked to each other. I also liked the scenes on the ship, the Kes, whom are so distrustful.

6.5/10

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Never knew there was such a thing as a "P/C fan". I liked the ep because of the character relationship becoming so profound. They knew how they felt for each other but still reserved their feelings. It was a good introspective ep.

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Perhaps the only episode that truly focuses on the Picard-Crusher relationship. I don't mind that, but am not particularly interested in it either (maybe I would be, if they had made it a genuine story line -- IIRC, the only other episode in these regards was the mentioning of both having been married AND divorced 20 years later, in "All Good Things").

But I liked the idea of a national state on a not-yet-united world applying for Federation membership, and the Cold War allusions when it came to their paranoia.

On the bottom line, a sufficiently entertaining episode IMO, but nothing special.

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Perhaps the only episode that truly focuses on the Picard-Crusher relationship. I don't mind that, but am not particularly interested in it either (maybe I would be, if they had made it a genuine story line -- IIRC, the only other episode in these regards was the mentioning of both having been married AND divorced 20 years later, in "All Good Things").

But I liked the idea of a national state on a not-yet-united world applying for Federation membership, and the Cold War allusions when it came to their paranoia.

On the bottom line, a sufficiently entertaining episode IMO, but nothing special.

He did a marvelous modern-set "Hamlet" with Sir Patrick Stewart for the BBC a few years ago; well worth a look...

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