Five-Minute "The Pegasus"
by Marc Richard
by Marc Richard
Troi: I love these pictures the kids drew for Captain Picard Day.|
Picard: Well, I hate judging this contest. It feels like a Maoist personality cult!
Troi: Nonsense. Now please decide which fifty-foot-tall poster of you should win first prize.
Admiral Blackwell: (over the comm) I'm sending an Admiral to command you on a secret mission.
Picard: What's our mission?
Picard: How nice to run into you Romulans here.
Pressman: Our orders are to secretly break the law for the good of the Federation
Picard: As Riker's C/O, I like the fact that he's willing to stand up to me.
Crusher: How did you get this symbolic injury?
Pressman: Twelve years ago you supported me without question.
Picard: Why did you defend Pressman when the Pegasus senior officers mutinied against him?
Picard: What kind of cloak-and-dagger conspiracy is Pressman involved in?
Data: The Pegasus is buried three kilometers inside that asteroid.
Riker: The secret cloaking device is intact, sir.
Riker: This one-of-a-kind phasing cloak allows ships to travel through solid matter!
Picard: A Starfleet officer's first duty is to the truth!
Picard: I've decided to release you from custody.
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