An alternate take of the Picard-Kirk horseback scene. Kirk compares the Nexus to orbital skydiving; exciting for the first few minutes but not really accomplishing anything. Picard claims that “you needn’t be on the bridge of a starship to make a difference” and his request to “come back with me” is also said with more gusto than in the theatrical version. Kirk also adds that what Spock would say if he were present is right, but decides to go with Picard anyway.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
As the scene continues, the children bring Picard a Christmas present as he marvels at the beauty of the tree. Picard eagerly opens his gift. The smallest boy remarks “It’s a SACK-tent!” Picard happily laughs and replies “Yes, it’s a sextant.” Inquiring where they obtained it, they reply “it’s a secret.” Picard declares that makes it a doubly-special gift. This scene is also available on the Special Edition DVD.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
As the Enterprise slides along the surface of the planet, on the flame-engulfed bridge, Worf breaks open a panel on the wall and obtains some palm beacons, one of which he tosses to Data, who is attempting to protect Counselor Troi at the helm. Worf also picks up an injured crewmember and props him in Riker’s chair as Geordi checks on the kids.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
In this scene, Geordi and Farrell lead a group of children into some crew quarters and fashion a tent out of blankets to shield themselves from falling debris. Meanwhile, Dr. Crusher leads her patients into another room. In the science lab, a crewmember and a civilian scientist move breakable jars off of shelves while a school teacher leads a group of children to a safe location.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!