A group of mysterious aliens knocks out the crew of the Enterprise
and starts to strip the ship of just about everything that's
not nailed down. Fortunately, the gas doesn't reach Trip who
was locked in decontamination at the time of the attack. But
can one man save the day and recapture all the stolen booty?...
pits the Ferengi against a sleeping Enterprise crew to reasonable
effect. Guest stars appear under heavy makeup while a handful
of Earth's finest mount a counterattack that relies on the
invaders' greed to succeed. So far, so good... but just because
the Ferengi don't say who they are doesn't mean that continuity
has been maintained. Sensor logs? Crew reports?
Obvious flaws aside, Acquisition works pretty well,
and as Paramount knows, the seventeenth Rule of Acquisition
is a firm banker: Comedy aliens always help video sales.
The Enterprise investigates a haunted wreck only to discover
that the warnings may be true. But not all the ghostly apparitions
are quite what they seem...
is a plot/script that has been done to death by Trek
in one guise or other ever since day one. Strand a father
and his baby daughter on a dead world and let fear and jealousy
take control... add a little suspicion to the mix and there
you have it: plot 7, variant 4. Just mix in a guest star and
there you have it... dull stuff.
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