“I think she’s real for you. And that’s real enough for me.”
We’ve spent a lot of time with the children of the Enterprise in Season Five. This is largely Alexander’s fault, and it steers the complexion of Star Trek: The Next Generation into a disappointingly bland amalgam of family entertainment, with all of the teeth taken out. (Imagine Doctor Who if it were never allowed to be scary.) The final child-centric episode of the year is “Imaginary Friend,” and it’s far and away the weirdest. An alien being poses as a little girl’s imaginary friend in order to explore the Enterprise. In an outright reversal of the approved structure of a Next Gen episode, the little girl in question – Clara Sutter – is not only a guest star, but is a guest star with almost no connection whatsoever to any of the principal characters.Read more
I feel ya, Clu.
And, oddly enough, I feel you too, other guy.
I ever tell you about the time this happened to me?
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