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Remember Me is an episode of the science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. Science fiction is a form of speculative fiction principally dealing with the impact of imagined science and technology, or both, upon society and persons as individuals. ... A television program is the content of television broadcasting. ... The title as it appeared in most episodes opening credits. ...


This episode should not be confused with the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Remember". The starship Voyager (NCC-74656), an Intrepid-class starship. ...

Stardate 44161.2: The USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D docks at Starbase 133. Dr. Beverly Crusher welcomes aboard an elderly friend and mentor, Dr. Dalen Quaice. He talks of the friends he has lost over the years. Pondering these thoughts, she visits her son Wesley Crusher in engineering. He is working on an experiment to create a static warp bubble, but it appears to fail. Stardate is the dating convention used in the fictional Star Trek universe. ... Jump to: navigation, search In the Star Trek fictional universe, the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) is the Galaxy class starship that is the principal setting of the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG). ... Beverly Crusher, a character in the Star Trek fictional universe, was the Chief Medical Officer onboard the USS Enterprise-D and held the rank of commander; upon the destruction of that ship, she has continued in that post and rank on the USS Enterprise-E. This character first appeared in... Wil Wheaton as Wesley Crusher Wesley Crusher is a character on the science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. ... A static warp bubble is a toroidal, nonpropulsive subspace field created by Ensign Wesley Crusher in the fictional Star Trek universe using Kosinkis warp field equations from a previous Star Trek: The Next Generation episode Where No One Has Gone Before. Appeared as a phenomena in the Star Trek...


Dr. Crusher goes to see her friend, Dalen, in his quarters but there is no sign of him or his belongings. Concerned about him, she checks with Data but no records of him arriving on the Enterprise are in the computer. Chief Miles O'Brien does not remember him, despite beaming him aboard. She runs medical tests on him but finds nothing wrong. However, she cannot locate any of her staff. Jump to: navigation, search Data, played by Brent Spiner, is a character in the Star Trek fictional universe. ... Miles OBrien Miles Edward OBrien is a character in the fictional Star Trek universe, played by Colm Meaney. ...


Beverly gets more concerned when none of the bridge crew remember even her having a medical staff. As time passes, more and more people disappear and only Beverly has any recollection of them. She confides in Counsellor Deanna Troi before going to talk to Wesley. He assures her that his experiment was confined to engineering and could not have anything to do with the missing people. Commander Deanna Troi is a fictional character in the Star Trek universe, played by the actress Marina Sirtis in the series Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG), Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Enterprise (the latter two only in guest appearances), and in several Star Trek films. ...


At some point, a vortex appears which tries to pull Dr. Crusher in but she manages to hold onto something until it dissipates. However, according to the staff and computers, no such phenomenon had been detected.


Soon, everyone but the bridge crew have disappeared but they act as if that is how it has always been. Then there is only Dr. Crusher and Picard left. Crusher uses the computer to monitor Picard's vital signs and as they talk, he disappears suddenly. Crusher is alone on the ship.


Beverly asks the computer to read the entire crew manifest of The Enterprise; the computer responds with Dr. Beverly Crusher. She asks if she's always been the only member, to which the computer responds 'Yes'. She asks the computer what the nature of their mission is; the computer says 'To explore the galaxy'. Beverly says "Do I have the necessary skills to accomplish that task alone?" The computer, of course, says "Negative", to which Beverly replies "Then why am I the only person on board"? Of course, the computer is unable to come up with a good answer.


Meanwhile, we see Wesley and the crew in engineering. They are attempting to get Dr. Crusher back from the static warp bubble that was the result of the earlier experiment. Beverly is trapped inside her own personal universe shaped on the thoughts she had at the time: losing loved ones. The vortex was in fact a bridge created to Beverly's universe, but Wesley loses the bridge. He calls on the help of The Traveler who helps to regain it. In the fictional Star Trek universe, The Traveler is a highly advanced humanoid from Tau Alpha C. The Traveler is exceptionally skilled mentally and is able to make a bridge between space, time, and thought which he, and presumably those of his kind, uses to travel throughout the galaxy. ...


Beverly realises The Traveler could help and so sets course to his home planet, Tau Alpha C. However the computer does not recognise the place. She realises places are also disappearing and asks the computer "What is the nature of the universe?" to which the computer replies that it is a spheroid 705 meters in diameter. Suddenly, the bridge shakes and the computer states it was caused by explosive decompression due to a design flaw in the Enterprise (i.e. the ship is too big for the universe). Monitoring the shape of the universe as it collapses, she realises that she is inside the warp bubble and the vortex was the only way out to the 'real' universe. Beverly sets off for engineering where she was trapped. The universe starts to implode around her as she runs to the vortex and jumps through to find Wesley, Geordi La Forge, Picard and others waiting for her. Picard confirms there are 1014 people aboard including Dr. Quaice, which is the exact amount there should be. In the fictional Star Trek universe, Tau Alpha C is home to an enigmatic race of beings which includes one known only as The Traveler. ... Geordi La Forge, a character in the Star Trek fictional universe, holds the rank of Lieutenant Commander, and is the Chief Engineer of the USS Enterprise-D and later the USS Enterprise-E, both under Captain Jean-Luc Picard. ...


Nitpicks

  • Dr. Crusher is on the bridge monitoring the collapsing bubble superimposed on the Enterprise schematic. We see the bridge is dangerously close to disappearing, then after a reaction shot, we see the bubble has apparently grown again.
  • When Dr. Crusher travels from the bridge to engineering on the turbolift, the background lights go down instead of up.
  • Geordi says the bubble is collapsing at 15 metres per second, yet Beverly outruns the implosion as she runs along the corridor.
Preceded by:
Suddenly Human
Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes Followed by:
Legacy

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