About 38 minutes into the show, when Dr. Mary Warren dies and there's a close up of Picard & Nuria, you can see the her hand moving up and down as she breathes. See more...
In this episode, Picard is studying Fermat's Great Theorem, and says it has remained unsolved for 800 years. Five years after the episode was made the theorem was proven, by Andrew Wiles and Richard Taylor from Princeton University (their proof is not the same as Fermat's though, as they used modern methods Fermat did not know of). In the Star Trek universe, this was referred to in an episode of Deep Space Nine, and is considered as a subtle correction for Picard's statements. See more...
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|Title||Star Trek: The Next Generation|
|Original entry||Just before encountering the Lysian destroyer the boom is visible in the top left of the screen very briefly|