The Enterprise happens on a planet of sex and violence, minus the violence. Unless you step on the flowers, in which case punishment is both swift and final. Can Captain Picard save one of his own without breaking the prime directive? Find out when we put Justice in the Mission Log.

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  • Michael Richmond

    I always liked this episode because of the exploration of when it was permissible to violate the Prime Directive, when I first watched it, the sexual stuff never even entered into my consciousness probably because I was just a young kid, watching for the first time. Of course Kirk already seems to have decided that the Prime Directive was a good idea, but, to be used at your (as in his) own discretion.

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  • Low Mileage Pit Woofie

    A better episode than its reputation suggests. I had wondered whether the Edo’s God(s) were testing the Enterprise’s commitment to their own laws, or their willingness to rise above the letter of the law in the name of justice.

    Of course, they could have done what they did just a couple of episodes before in Code of Honour, and let Wesley poisoned, have his mother analyse it, and bring Wes back to life. He’ll have served his sentence and still got away. But then I suppose no one will have learned a lesson, kids.

    • But they used up that solution in a previous episode. Solutions are one-use-only!

      • Low Mileage Pit Woofie

        Wish they remembered that policy whenever they thought of using the deflector dish, or the transporter, or Borg nanoprobes…

  • The thing that bugs me about this episode… no old people among the Edo? Do they stay young-looking and attractive forever? Or does God ‘off’ the oldies?