As Wesley Crusher (Wil Wheaton) heads to Starfleet Academy to take their grueling entrance exam, a brash Starfleet commander (Robert Schenkkan) boards the Enterprise in order to conduct a top-secret investigation. Just as Wesley doesn't always know what is and isn't part of the test (he's one of four finalists for a single Academy slot), the crew of the Enterprise doesn't know who or what is being investigated. All they are told is that "something is wrong with the ship." Soon they figure out that Captain Picard is under investigation, as captain's logs are nitpicked for inconsistencies and past actions are questioned. This puts everybody on edge, as they can't understand what could be wrong with a captain as competent as Picard, but the commander is under strict orders not to blab about it until the investigation is over. Both story lines are eventually resolved, of course, but it's fun to see the members of the Enterprise get all uppity in defense of Picard. --Andy SpletzerFrom the Back Cover:
When a brash Starfleet commander (Robert Schenkkan) boards the Enterprise to conduct a top-secret investigation, Riker (Jonathan Frakes) gets the impression that he is the subject of the inquiry. But after Riker hears the investigator asking crew members about Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart), he realizes it is the captain's competency that is under question.
While Wesley Crusher (Wil Wheaton) takes the grueling Starfleet Academy entrance exam that may launch his Starfleet career, Picard struggles to defend his reputation and keep the command of the starship.
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