Picard out.

"Yesterday's Enterprise" is one of those really satisfying TNG episodes where lots of ends get tied up, ones that started long before the episode aired.

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Picard out.

La Forge: I can't hold the antimatter containment fields. Initiating emergency shutdown!
La Forge: Coolant leak! Bridge, we have a coolant leak in the engine core! I can't shut it down. I estimate two minutes to a warp core breach!
La Forge: Go! Go! Go!
[1701D Bridge]
Picard: How long until the Enterprise-C enters the rift?
Data: Fifty two seconds, sir.
Picard: All remaining power to the defense systems.
Data: Power couplings severed in forward phaser banks. Attempting to bypass. Controls not responding.
Klingon Ship: [off screen] Federation ship Enterprise. Surrender and prepare to be boarded.
Picard: That will be the day.
- "Yesterday's Enterprise"

It's amazing to think that "Yesterday's Enterprise" was basically written in 3 days. The producers pulled a Lumbergh on the writers, who got to work over Thanksgiving to get the script done in time for filming. We especially love the role Guinan gets to play as the only one who sees and understands the butterfly effect.

The quote "Lets make sure history never forgets, the name, Enterprise. - Captain Picard" along with an image of the Enterprise-D underway on the front of this charcoal grey, 100% cotton shirt. Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry. Imported.

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