There, Sarek asks the priestess T'Lar to perform a fal-tor-pan, reuniting Spock's mind and body. Sarek thanks Kirk for the rescue of Spock, which took place at the expense of the destruction of the Enterprise and the death of Kirk's son. Kirk admitted if he did not try to save Spock, he would have faced a deeper guilt in his soul.
For the TNG episode of the same name, please see "Sarek". For the alternate reality counterpart, please see Sarek (alternate reality). For the mirror universe counterpart, please see Sarek (mirror). For additional meanings of "Sarek", please see Sarek. "He was a great representative of the Vulcan people and of the Federation." – Spock, 2368 ("Unifi...
The son of Skon, Sarek was born in 2165 and was willingly tutored by his own father. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock; TNG: "Sarek"; TOS: "Journey to Babel") He had a pet sehlat named I-Chaya. (TAS: "Yesteryear") Sarek's first child, Sybok, was conceived out of wedlock with a Vulcan princess. (Star Trek V: The Final Frontier; SNW: "The Serene S...
When meeting with Ambassador Spock on Romulus, Picard learned that Spock and his father had never mind melded, and offered Spock the chance to share what Sarek had shared with him. The meld passed along Sarek's true feelings of love and admiration for his son that he had never allowed himself to convey in life. (TNG: "Unification II") In 2370, afte...
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Ambassador Sarek of Vulcan is called aboard the USS Enterprise-D to fulfill his latest diplomatic duty, a treaty with a mysterious race known as the Legarans. Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Commander William T. Riker are in dress uniforms and walking down a corridor on their way to meet the ambassador. Picard explains to Riker how as a lieutenant, he became tongue-tied the first time he met Sarek briefly at his son's wedding. Riker then asks Picard if the rumors that Sarek will be retiring after...
Meanwhile, Ensign Wesley Crusher and Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge are preparing in the conference room. They are currently readying the slime pit that is the home environment for the Legarans. Wesley says that he wants to finish as quickly as possible as he has a date with Ensign Suzanne Dumont. La Forge jokes that Wes would be too chicken to have even asked her out but congratulates him. Sarek enters, inspects the conference room and becomes uncharacteristically irritated that it is...
Picard and Riker go to the recital, as they discuss Worf putting a previously exemplary officer, Ensign D'Amato, on report for insubordination and Riker brings up the earlier incident, telling Picard he actually thought Wesley and La Forge were going to hit each other. Before they can discuss further, Sarek and his group come in the recital room. He says it was at his wife's insistence and that it seemed the ideal diversion. Picard introduces Data who asks which performer's style they'd like...Captain's log, USS Enterprise(NCC-1701-D), 2366First officer's log, USS Enterprise(NCC-1701-D)
"I met him once… Many years ago, very briefly at his son's wedding. I can tell you, was quite a moment for a young lieutenant. Standing in the presence of such history… I remember he spoke to me, and I just stood there grinning like an idiot." "You, tongue-tied?" "Indeed. How do you make small talk with someone who helped shape the Federation?" 1. ...
1. Second draft script: 27 February 1990 2. Final draft script: 5 May 1990 3. Premiere airdate: 14 May1990 4. First UK airdate: 8 April 1992
Story and script
1. According to Michael Piller, the story originally pitched involved another ambassador who begins to have mental problems on a mission. He recalled, "As we started talking about it in house on staff, we said what would really be interesting is if you took a very powerful member of either Starfleet Command or the Federation, and have them going through a time of their lives, like so many of our parents, where they're beginning to have problems with aging. From that point, it was two or three...
Cast and characters
1. Mark Lenard reprised his role of Sarek for this episode. His next appearance would be in "Unification I" where his character died from his illness. However, his last appearance was almost exactly a month later (from a production point of view) when Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Countryhit the theaters. 2. In a 1994 interview, Lenard noted, "The script dealt with a Vulcan with a very rare disease, kind of a version of Alzheimer's. I knew something about that. We used to call it 'senility'...
1. Patrick Stewart as Capt. Jean-Luc Picard 2. Jonathan Frakes as Commander William Riker
1. LeVar Burton as Lt. Cmdr. Geordi La Forge 2. Michael Dorn as Lieutenant Worf 3. Gates McFadden as Dr. Beverly Crusher 4. Marina Sirtis as Counselor Deanna Troi 5. Brent Spiner as Lt. Commander Data 6. Wil Wheaton as Wesley Crusher
1. Mark Lenard as Sarek 2. Joanna Miles as Perrin 3. William Denis as Ki Mendrossen 4. Rocco Sisto as Sakkath 5. Colm Meaney as Miles O'Brien
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May 13, 2020 · In the 30 years since “Sarek” has aired we’ve learned a lot more about the titular Vulcan, but obviously, a lot about Jean-Luc Picard, too. In Star Trek: Discovery, James Frain’s brilliant interpretation of a younger Sarek adds a layer of emotional complexity to this episode when you rewatch it. Now, when Picard says “Amanda” and ...
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