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Tue
Sep 4 2012 9:00am

Five Big Issues Raised by “The Inner Light”

Morgan Gendel points out five big issues raised by his Star Trek: The Next Generation episode The Inner Light

Since “The Inner Light” is the next episode coming on the Star Trek: The Next Generation rewatch, we thought we’d rerun this piece by the episode’s writer, Morgan Gendel. Enjoy!

Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the USS Enterprise is a man who projects an aura of serene confidence and wisdom. Speaks like an Oxford don even when he’s about to fire a photon torpedo or two. Keeps his emotions veiled behind an invisible burqa.

Then there’s the other Picard, the McLovin’ of Ressik, playing music, making babies, scarfing down his wife’s homemade stew out of a weird pot with an antler for a handle and bromancing the stone-faced noodge better known as his best friend Batai. And oh yes, being very loudly protective of his tight-knit little village, which is about to turn into a charcoal briquette.

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Wed
May 16 2012 10:00am

Five Big Issues Raised by “The Inner Light”

Five Big Issues Raised by

Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the USS Enterprise is a man who projects an aura of serene confidence and wisdom. Speaks like an Oxford don even when he’s about to fire a photon torpedo or two. Keeps his emotions veiled behind an invisible burqa.

Then there’s the other Picard, the McLovin’ of Ressik, playing music, making babies, scarfing down his wife’s homemade stew out of a weird pot with an antler for a handle and bromancing the stone-faced noodge better known as his best friend Batai. And oh yes, being very loudly protective of his tight-knit little village, which is about to turn into a charcoal briquette.

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