Star Trek: The Next Generation

Tapestry - S6-E15

Corrected entry: When the Away Team beams to Sickbay with Picard at the beginning of the episode, Dr. Crusher asks what caused his injury and Worf responds that it was "a compressed teryon beam" from an alien weapon. However, when Picard is telling Q about his regrets he says that if he'd had a real heart he "wouldn't have died from a random energy surge 30 years later." Either Patrick Stewart was ad libbing and no one caught the contradiction, or the left hand didn't know what the right hand was doing on the writing team for that particular script.

Correction: Picard was hit by a Lenarian tetryon beam. If he didn't have the artificial heart, he would have lived. But since he had an artificial heart, a random energy surge in the heart killed him.http://memory-alpha.org/en/wiki/Tapestry.

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