We'll Always Have Paris


We’ll Always Have Paris

A lost love of Captain Picard’s ends up on the Enterprise. It could be a chance for Picard to correct an old wrong, though there are a couple of problems. First – she is married. Second – experiments run by her husband are threatening the space/time continuum. Are three Datas better than one? Find out when we put We’ll Always Have Paris in the Mission Log.

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  • The Menu from that small Parisian restaurant in this episode….

    • I consider myself to have a refined and varied palate, but there are things on that menu I wouldn’t touch.

      • LOL- Yeah, well, as the author said – the strain of producing hundreds of graphics for weeks on end on TNG was clearly beginning to take it’s toll on the art dept. staff.

    • Muthsarah

      Late to the party (though I do have a soft spot for this episode), but this graphic is just beautiful. Also, I could understand most of it. So now I feel smart!

  • Sheev Palpatine

    How did the Holodeck know to create a stood-up female for Picard?

    • wry observer of folly

      I’m sorry Dave. I cannot tell you that.

    • Low Mileage Pit Woofie

      I suspect it was a coincidence. The computer may have a feature where it creates interesting characters for users to interact with, proverbial icebreakers tailored to the environment and the user(s). When Riker conjured up the jazz club in a previous episode, had the Bynars not created Minuet as a distraction, the icebreakers might have come from the jazz musicians or the bartender.
      And Paris with its romantic reputation would include someone who might have been stood up.

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