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Dexter Remmick from "Conspiracy"

Dexter Remmick is a character in the fictional Star Trek universe played by Robert Schenkkan. He appeared in the TNG episodes "Coming of Age" and "Conspiracy". Dexter Remmick from Star Trek: The Next Generation (screen capture from section31. ... Dexter Remmick from Star Trek: The Next Generation (screen capture from section31. ... Conspiracy is the twenty-fourth episode of the first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation. ... The Three Graces, here in a painting by Sandro Botticelli, were the goddesses of charm, beauty, nature, human creativity and fertility in Greek mythology. ... The Enterprise boldly going where no man had gone before. ... Robert Schenkkan is an American playwright who won the Pulitzer Prize in drama for his work The Kentucky Cycle. ... The title as it appeared in most episodes opening credits. ... This article is about the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode. ... Conspiracy is the twenty-fourth episode of the first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation. ...

Lieutenant commander Dexter Remmick was an officer of the Inspector General's office when he beamed aboard the Enterprise-D on stardate 41461.2 (2364 in the modern calendar) with Admiral Gregory Quinn to conduct a thorough investigation of the ship, under Quinn's orders. The exact nature of the investigation was kept a secret, and this uncertainty, combined with Remmick's intrusiveness in his investigation, drove tensions very high on the ship. His questions centered around the apparent unfitness of Captain Picard for duty. Despite the crew's strong objections, Remmick seemed to be intent on finding problems with Picard and Picard's handling of the ship, picking through every discrepancy in the captain's log and interviewing the bridge staff. Despite an apparent bias against Picard, Remmick's report was ultimately one of praise, saying that nothing was wrong on the ship. After delivering his report, Remmick said that he would like to serve on the Enterprise after the completion of his tour in the Inspector General's office. In the Royal Navy, United States Navy and United States Coast Guard, a lieutenant commander (lieutenant-commander or Lt Cdr in the RN) is a commissioned officer superior to a lieutenant and inferior to a commander. ... USS Enterprise (NX-01) USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-B) USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-C) USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) The USS Enterprise is the name given to a series of starships featured many films and television episodes of the Star Trek... Stardate is the dating convention used in the fictional Star Trek universe. ... (Redirected from 2364) (23rd century - 24th century - 25th century - more centuries) The 24th century (Gregorian Calendar) comprises the years 2301-2400. ... Jean-Luc Picard is a character in the Star Trek fictional universe, the captain of the USS Enterprise-D and the Enterprise-E. He was played by British actor Patrick Stewart in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation and resulting films. ...


However, this did not come to pass. A few months later, when the Enterprise returned to Earth on stardate 41775.5, Remmick was working at Starfleet Command, having been transferred in the interim (well before his tour at the Inspector General's office was scheduled to end). He had apparently been transferred there by the alien infiltrators who had compromised the Federation. It was determined that he hosted the parasitic mother creature, and he was killed by heavy phaser blast on the part of Picard and Riker, who subsequently destroyed the mother creature, which in turn killed all the other parasites as well. Shortly before his death, Remmick (under the control of the creature) sent out a homing beacon, but none of the species ever answered it. Earth, also known as the Earth or Terra, is the third planet outward from the Sun. ... Starfleet Command In the fictional world of Star Trek, Starfleet Command is the command branch of Starfleet, the paramilitary institution of the United Federation of Planets. ... Introduction In the fictional Star Trek universe, the United Federation of Planets is a federation of more than 150 member planets and thousands of colonies, based in the Alpha and Beta Quadrants of the Milky Way galaxy. ... A parasite is an organism that lives in or on the living tissue of a host organism at the expense of that host. ... William Thomas Riker is a fictitious character in the Star Trek universe played by Jonathan Frakes, who appears in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) and all the movies focusing on the TNG characters. ...


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Dexter Remmick - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (372 words)
Dexter Remmick is a character in the fictional Star Trek universe played by Robert Schenkkan.
Lieutenant commander Dexter Remmick was an officer of the Inspector General's office when he beamed aboard the Enterprise-D on stardate 41461.2 (2364 in the modern calendar) with Admiral Gregory Quinn to conduct a thorough investigation of the ship, under Quinn's orders.
It was determined that he hosted the parasitic mother creature, and he was killed by heavy phaser blast on the part of Picard and Riker, who subsequently destroyed the mother creature, which in turn killed all the other parasites as well.
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