Enterprise. Hoshi and T'Pol stare at the black box. "We may be able to reconstruct the directory with a recursive algorithm," T'Pol says. "And that's about as impressive a mathematical statement as one that belongs on a show that's all about 'math' and 'math jargon' while really saying nothing at all," the Evil Dr. Mathra snaps. That Numb3rs show really has him steamed. Can't say I blame him -- you don't call a mathematician, who has such high security clearance that you can't even name the level of security clearance, to a crime scene and then DISCUSS that aforementioned security clearance. You also don't bring your work HOME WITH YOU if you have that security clearance, or, you know, a brain cell. Stupid shows with their non-research and their attempts to make people think they're learning something when really the show is just being lazy and dressing it up with verbiage and fake jargon. Just plain lazy. Anyway, back to the show I both hate AND recap. Hoshi wonders if it's unusual to have strange dreams after a mind-meld. Since it's normal to have strange dreams at ANY point in your life, I'd say, um yeah? Hoshi goes on that she had a bizarre dream and Trip was in it and they were in a Beatles album and it almost had a "romantic quality" to it and I don't care. Really, I don't care if Hoshi's in a threesome with them, I don't care if Hoshi knew Trip and T'Pol were involved and is now just trying to make T'Pol jealous, I JUST DON'T CARE! Do you know WHY I don't care? Because it's REALLY hard to care when you notice your brain stem running down your arm!
Episode Report Card657 USERS: C+
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