Star trek: The next generation 1.13a - Conspiracy
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Episode propagandaWhile en route to Pacifica for scientific study and relaxation, the Enterprise receives a Code 47 transmission, for Picard's eyes only. It's from his old friend Captain Walker Keel (Jonathan Farwell), demanding an immediate meeting on Dytalix B, a nearby mining planet.
When they arrive, they find three ships in orbit, one of them Walker's ship, the USS Horatio. Picard beams down alone and meets with Walker and the other two captains. Walker tells him that they've noticed strange patterns of orders from Starfleet command, but can't give definite details. Picard is sceptical, but agrees to watch his back and keep in touch.
Picard assigns Data to review the last six months' orders from Starfleet, then heads back to Pacifica. But on the way the Enterprise finds debris in a nearby sector that can only be the Horatio, totally destroyed...
Persons of interest
- Patrick Stewart .... Captain Jean-Luc Picard
- Jonathan Frakes .... Commander Will Riker
- Michael Dorn .... Lieutenant Worf
- Brent Spiner .... Lieutenant Commander Data
- Gates McFadden .... Commander Doctor Beverly Crusher
- Marina Sirtis .... Lieutenant Commander Counsellor Deanna Troi
- LeVar Burton .... Commander Geordi La Forge
- Majel Barrett .... USS Enterprise-D computer voice
- Jonathan Farwell .... Captain Walker Keel
- Henry Darrow .... Admiral Savar
- Ward Costello .... Admiral Quinn
- Robert Schenkkan .... Lieutenant Commander Remmick
- Ray Reinhardt .... Admiral Aaron
- Michael Berryman .... Captain Rixx
- Ursaline Bryant .... Captain Tryla Scott
- Robert Sabaroff .... Storywriter
- Tracy Torme .... Screenwriter
- Cliff Bole .... Director
Cinematic intelligence sources
Special Agent Matti
Intelligence reportConspiracy is a nice little tale about lies, untruths and deceptions with our first view of Earth, our first view of an exploding head and a nice homage to that science fiction classic, Alien. It's all good.
Security censorship classification
M (Low level violence)
Not for public release in Australia before date