Get ready to fall in love with the holodeck all over again. But really this time. In love. Commander Riker meets the girl of his dreams and he’s not sure a little thing like her not being real should stand in their way. Also, the Enterprise gets stolen. Can Captain Picard and Commander Riker regain control of their ship? And can a love built on bytes and bits last? Find out when we put 11001001 in the Mission Log.

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  • Early Spacedock model from Trek III that was re-used in this episode

    • Finished Filming Model that use re-used in this episode

      • Gorgeous model – and I love all that neon!

        • wry observer of folly

          Would have loved if they had used this model for Starbase 375 in DS9. Regula 1 was way overused.

      • Spacedocks make a lot more sense — and look better — than having a Starship built on land in the country, as in the Star Trek 2009 film. And was wonderful in ST:TMP, if overly long.

  • Yet another species/concept that was underused. Geez, show the Bynars at least more than once…and the Starbase…my goodness, just stock footage of entering the Starbase would make an episode special…or orbiting nearby… very interesting that this episode was supposed to be before “The Big Goodbye” to explain the holodeck malfunctions….

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  • Low Mileage Pit Woofie

    The Bynars were fascinating, even if the sounds of their hip buffers is too “dial-up modem” for modern tastes. I liked their reasoning for keeping their plans a secret – “You mgiht have-” “-Said No.” – because it was suitably alien.
    However, if their plan required two people to revive their planetary computer, why did they only trap Riker? Minuet herself said that getting Picard was a lucky accident. And why make it difficult to access the stored file? Minuet would have been ideal to keep the password.
    Still, it was a truly engaging episode, one that didn’t need real conflict and offered some glimpses into the crew’s off-duty lives.