Speaking of the ties that bind, constrict, and squeeze your organs until you faint and die in childbirth, Quantum and his great-granddaughter stroll down the corridors of Futureprise. All the people in the hallways stop to stare at Quantum and Perma-Furrow. I know, I know, the refurrowance is striking, but still, manners anyone? Two Denobulan children are playing ball, and Quantum remarks on it. "Many of our crew are descendants of Phlox and Amanda," Perma-Furrow tells him. "Many of our crew are sleeping with Phlox," the Evil Dr. Mathra giggles. Seriously, Phlox is clearly the stud horse of the ship, and Quantum is clearly jealous of all his foals. Also, I'm convinced that the fact that Not'pol and Phlox's phuck bunny have the same first name is not merely a coincidence. She got over Trip and moved onto someone who was ridged for her pleasure. Perma-Furrow takes Quantum to "see someone." T'Pold greets Quantum in that dramatic way people do when they're about to Reveal Something Important. You know what I mean: they stand at a window with their back to the person entering the room (So rude!) and say, "Hello [insert name]," before turning slowly around. T'Pold embraces Quantum -- to his great furrowprise -- and then asks about Trip. She doesn't want Quantum to bring her lovah by, because "that might be awkward." I'd say so -- when was the last time you plucked your eyebrows, T'Moldy? T'Pold hands over an e-pad and says, "You must give this to your science officer, she'll know what it means." Why doesn't she just say, "You must give this to me, I'll know what it means"? Would that make things confusing?
Episode Report CardKeckler: C | 276 USERS: C+
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