Worf. "It appears…he has us both. ", Among the artifacts in Fajo's collection is the communication device used by, Picard reads from Data's book of collection of, When Fajo tells Data to change clothes by dinnertime, the written script on the wall behind and below Fajo is identical to the written, A mission report for this episode, by John Sayers, was published in. "Do not be upset, my friend. Varria tells Data to do as Fajo says because he is as giving as he is cruel, while touching her face knowingly. Title:
Transport of the hytritium through the transporter is not advisable so Lt. Well…there's always another Varria. You knew the price for disobedience, and so did she. When Data continually refuses to sit in the chair, Fajo threatens to kill his assistant Varria with the weapon, even though she has been with him for 14 years. All STAR TREK trademarks and logos are owned by CBS Studios Inc. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. Original UK VHS release (two-episode tapes. Addressing the computer, Picard requests a bio on Fajo, and it includes a list of priceless artifacts in his collection, which include numerous "rare and valuable objects". Written by Worf's tricorder readings reveal that the poisoning was indeed artificial, but Crusher finds this difficult to believe – the poison used to contaminate the water table is very unstable and difficult to transport. When La Forge asks what could have happened if Data was not on the shuttle when it exploded, Picard taps his combadge and orders Wesley to set a course for the site of the shuttlecraft explosion at Warp 8. Among the goodies was the news that Robert Meyer Burnett and Roger Lay, Jr. have pieced together original film found from Rappaport’s appearance and edited it into several scenes which will be included on the Season 3 Blu-ray collection. This is formerly Lieutenant Commander Data of the Federation Starfleet. This angers Fajo as he is made to look a fool in front of his friend. (to Data) "You'll regret this. If only you could… feel… RAGE over Varria's death – if only you could feel the need for revenge, maybe you could fire…But you're… just an android – you can't feel anything, can you?
", "It's your fault. When transporting a dangerous material to the Enterprise, Data is kidnapped and the crew is led to believe he is dead when the shuttlecraft he was piloting explodes enroute. Varria assists Data in escaping even though the escape is a dangerous one because there is no way to communicate to the Enterprise that he is alive, the escape pod will sound an alarm once activated, and there are guards everywhere.
Mr. Data, scan… (It suddenly dawns on him – and the rest of the bridge crew – that Data is not there) my apologies, Mr. Obviously I had to replace him.”. Fajo begins communication with Data by speaking in a highly exaggerated manner until it becomes clear that Data is a very qualified communicator and can be spoken to normally. Fire! Select scenes with Rappaport were included in a special In Memoriam reel on disc five of the third-season TNG Blu-ray set.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard speaks to Kivas Fajo and asks him for any information on what happened.
Meanwhile, Worf is assigned to Data's Ops duties and Deanna Troi is concerned for his emotional well-being as Worf was close to Data and this is the second time Worf has replaced a crewmate who has died. Data says that's unlikely as all the items he stole from others have been confiscated and are now being returned to their rightful owners.
On the Enterprise, La Forge is sleeping, he goes over and over again what Data said, waking up with the realization that he did miss something. ", "Murder me – go ahead, it's all you have to do. As Data makes his last transport, a woman named Varria asks him to confirm the last transport with his fingerprint. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? © TrekCore 2005-2018. "Captain, it's not only hard to accept – with Data, it's impossible. Data realizes he can prevent this ruthless act by sitting in the chair, and does so. Aren't they, Data? A presumed routine transport of material from a Federation-friendly planet to the Enterprise goes suddenly wrong as the shuttle craft explodes. ← 69th of 176 released in TNG →
Rappaport attempted suicide over the weekend after a few days of filming were completed. Data hands it to Riker and tells him to arrest Fajo for murder, kidnapping, and theft. The away team find several holes in their investigation: tricyanate is not indigenous to the planet and the only counteragent is the rare hytritium compound conveniently provided by Fajo. Looking for something to watch? "I don't find this amusing. When Data tries to lift Fajo to use him to open the door, he is hit by a force field created by Fajo's proximity-actuated field, which impedes positron flows. A presumed routine transport of material from a Federation-friendly planet to the Enterprise goes suddenly wrong as the shuttle craft explodes. A military pacifist. ", "He falls well!" After the information is transferred to the Enterprise, Picard tells Wesley Crusher to head for the Beta Agni II system with the 81 kilos of hytritium they obtained. ", "I've been concerned about you." ", "Mr. O'Brien said that the weapon was in a state of discharge." It is speculated that Fajo poisoned the water to then sell the Enterprise crew the hytritium to make a profit, but Crusher points out that, due to the expense of producing tricyanate, the venture would not be profitable, leaving them to wonder what his true intentions were. His punishments for disloyalty are lavish. Later that evening when Fajo tries to "show off" his new "acquisition" to his friend and competitor, Palor Toff, Data stands still and shows no signs of activity.
And it's the second time you've replaced a crewmember who's died." Hearing this, it dawns on Riker how "lucky" they were to find it, and in exactly the right amount. KGF Vissers. Fajo does not understand why he is even a Starfleet officer in the first place, and then orders a flask of a finoplak, an acid powerful enough to melt clothing, but not harm Data's skin.
Directed by Timothy Bond. However, on May 2, 1990, Rappaport's third suicide attempt was successful, as he shot himself in the … British actor David Rappaport was the first actor chosen for the role of Kivas Fajo, but he attempted suicide over the weekend after a few days of filming were completed.
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"Captive, captive. Android Data is presumed killed in the accident but actually finds himself kept captive on a starship by Kivas Fajo and his assistant Varria, who have an impressive collection of contraband treasures, but refuses to be a valued capture and attempts to escape. The only reason La Forge can find is "pilot error", which he considers impossible given Data's exceptional abilities. ", "You belong in Starfleet about as much as I belong in a verbal contract. "What, to make a profit from his sale of hytritium? "I honor Data's memory, as I did Lieutenant Yar, by performing their duties as they did." She realizes that Fajo does not value her no matter how loyal she is.
You can watch the announcement in full through the video below: This is the first time this footage will have been seen by fans after being buried away in Paramount’s vaults for over two decades. Fajo says that he will never be able to leave, so therefore he is no longer a Starfleet officer, especially since the crew of the Enterprise think he is dead.
1. Fajo comes into the gallery and is angry at why Data has not changed into the robes he chose for him. Face it, android. On hearing her scream, Data exits the escape pod he was preparing for launch, and picks up Varria's discarded disruptor, aiming it at Fajo. And Data was your friend. (05 May 1990).
We can confirm that the piece is included on the same disc that features “The Most Toys” and is dedicated to the memory of David Rappaport. 43872.2 (2366) Android Data is presumed killed in the accident but actually finds himself kept captive on a starship by Kivas Fajo and his assistant Varria, who have an impressive collection of contraband treasures, but refuses to be a valued capture and attempts to escape. ", "For an android with no feelings, he sure managed to evoke them in others. You're much more fun than Fajo's new toy!" This makes Data need to change. Page 2 of 3 < Prev 1 2 3 Next > JRoss Fleet Captain Fleet Captain. The only sentient android in existence." "I know it's hard to accept, but even the best pi…" As the crew of the Enterprise delivers the hytritium to the water table on Beta Agni II, the substance responds much more quickly than expected, and Picard orders Riker, Worf, and Dr. Crusher beam down to investigate.
"Rare and valuable object…" When the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “The Most Toys” was first produced in 1990, British actor David Rappaport was cast in the role of collector Kivas Fajo.
He looks down on his destroyed Starfleet suit as Kiva leaves the room!