The most important part of the episode is about putting away mysterious green stones in Mariner (Tawny Newsome), Boimler (Jack Quaid) and Rutherford (Eugene Cordero) trying to complete their task faster than the Carlsbad lower deckers in ensigns Kearns (Kari Wahlgren), Cor''Dee (Carl Tart) and Young (Paul F. Tompkins).
As a result of the nature of the programming, things go from bad to worse as breaking those green stones leads to nightmares to come to life and terrorize both away teams. Although the "kids" are off attempting to punch off their monsters, the "adults" (senior officers) are grappling with the idea of playing "Hot Potato" with a stone in a diplomatic issue. It''s a concept that draws into its logical conclusion because they had to find a way to fill
There''s nothing particularly disturbing about the episode we haven''t seen before, given how wells'' Tendi''s character''s meek nature, along with the show''s need to produce action for action, has been diminished.
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