On Wed, 10 Oct 2012 18:13:33 -0700, anim8rFSK wrote:Hmm. That does sound like the right episode.
> In article <upu85krg0sbv.1hhyp6cq7mhjj....@40tude.net>,
> Minixie <mini...@vimbloo.invalid> wrote:
>> On Wed, 10 Oct 2012 16:02:46 -0700, anim8rFSK wrote:
>>>> On Wed, 10 Oct 2012 21:31:20 +0000 (UTC), Adam H. Kerman wrote:
>>>> [Star Trek: TNG]
>>>>> There are no good episodes with Wesley Wesley, Beverly, or Troi as the
>>>> Wrong. S4E5 "Remember Me".
>>> Uh ... that was one of the worst episodes of a mostly poor series.
>> Are you kidding?
>> 7.8/10. It's obviously relatively well regarded.
>>> Especially the unhappy ending.
>> But then I'm no longer sure you even are thinking of the same episode I am.
>> What's a brief plot synopsis, so I can figure out which episode you thought
> Reality keeps shifting around Beverly, and people vanish so she gets
> and then just as she's about to be sucked into a portal, they rescue her,But that doesn't -- she gets rescued *by* being sucked into a portal, and
would have otherwise been disintegrated by a Fog Bank o' Doom.
> hence the sad ending.And that makes no sense at all. A successful rescue of one of the
protagonists is not a sad ending. Heck, a successful rescue of a *villain*
isn't generally considered to be a sad ending, though neither is an
unsuccessful rescue of a villain. :)
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