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Picard: "Captain's Log, Stardate: 41697.9. We're en route to Saronna Eight for much needed shore leave. The entire crew is looking forward to the diversion. On a personal note, I have allowed myself the luxury of a head start."
Picard: "En garde!"
Lt. Dean: "Interesting move, sir. What technique was that?"
Picard: "The technique of a desperate man."
(temporal distortion)
Lt. Dean: "Interesting move, sir. What technique was that?"
Picard: "The technique of a desperate man."
Lt. Dean: "Captain, what was that?"
Picard: "Picard to bridge."
Riker: "Captain?"
Picard: "Number One, did something unusual just occur on the bridge?"
Riker: "Yes, sir. We experienced some kind of loop where everything repeats itself."
Picard: "Here too. I'm on my way."
Manheim: "This is Doctor Paul Manheim. We are in need of help. Urgent. All ships please respond. I repeat - coordinates are six-six-seven-two-eight point nine by seven-zero-seven-five-four-two point two..."
Worf: "It is an automated signal, sir. I am unable to establish contact."
Manheim: "...This is Doctor Paul Manheim..."
Picard: "Shut it off."
Picard: "Computer, this is Captain Picard."
Computer: "Holodeck three is clear."
Picard: "Location: Paris, Café des Artistes - as it appeared twenty-two years ago. April the ninth, fifteen hundred hours - three o'clock, warm spring day."
Computer: "Program complete."
Picard: "I've been away far too long."
Data: "Incidentally, captain. The effects of the time distortion are now being felt in the Ilecom system."
Picard: "Bridge. For the past decade Manheim has turned some vague theories into a practical application."
Riker: "Yes. But without his help, I'm not sure we'll be able to
pose any intelligent questions. Let alone come up with any solutions."
(temporal distortion)
Data: "Incidentally, captain. The effects of the time distortion are now being felt in the Ilecom system."
Picard: "It's us before we stepped into the turbolift."
Picard: "It's happening again."
Data: "I feel no disorientation."
Data: "Nor do I."
Riker: "What was that?"
Data: "I believe what could be termed as the Manheim effect is becoming more pronounced."
Riker: "This is where we started. If we are us."
Data: "Oh we are us, sir. But they are also us. So indeed, we are both us."

Beverly: "Deanna?"
Troi: "I wanted to see how he was doing."
Beverly: "The same. Nothing I do seems to make any difference... That's not why you're here."
Troi: "I thought I was the empath. Are you all right?"
Beverly: "Why wouldn't I be? I've got one of the medical wonders of the galaxy dying in my sickbay."
Troi: "That's not what I meant."
Beverly: "I don't think I want to talk about what I think you mean."
Troi: "Captain Picard..."
Beverly: "I can't compete with a ghost from his past. No one could."
Troi: "She's not a ghost. She's here right now."
Beverly: "She may be in the here and now, but it's the ghost he sees. Excuse me, I have to get back to my patient."
Data: "Geordi, if the professor was right I will need a twenty-seven second countdown."
Geordi: "You've got it, Data."
Data: "Captain, I now have the antimatter and am moving towards the opening at the end of the lab. The next time distortion should occur within seconds. Geordi, begin countdown on my mark... Now!"
Geordi: "Twenty-seven, twenty-six, twenty-five, twenty-four, twenty-three, twenty-two, twenty-one, twenty..."
Data: "Captain! There appears to be three of us!"
Data: "Should I drop the antimatter of wait for one of you?"
Data: "Only one of us is in the correct time continuum!"
Data: "Which one?"
Data: "Me, it's me!!!"
Geordi: "...Five, four, three, two, one..."
Picard: "Data? Report, are you alright?"
Data: "Yes, sir."
Picard: "Is it closed?"
Data: "It is well patched, sir. Closed indicates a permanent condition which I cannot guarantee."
Picard: "Patched is good enough, well done. Beam back immediately."
Data: "With pleasure, sir."
Riker: "I've only been there once, but they've got this great club. I don't remember the name of it. They serve those blue concoctions."
Troi: "It's across the square from the Zanza Men's Dance Palace."
Picard: "It's called the Blue Parrot Café, and you're buying!"