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* For a brief moment, a reflection of boom operator [[Bill Gocke]] was inadvertently caught on camera, appearing in a reflection in the glass pyramid on Neral's desk at the end of the episode. Gocke's image was digitally erased for {{dis|Unification|Blu-ray|the Blu-ray release}}.
 
* For a brief moment, a reflection of boom operator [[Bill Gocke]] was inadvertently caught on camera, appearing in a reflection in the glass pyramid on Neral's desk at the end of the episode. Gocke's image was digitally erased for {{dis|Unification|Blu-ray|the Blu-ray release}}.
 
* The piece played by Riker in the bar is the beginning of "Freddie Freeloader" by Miles Davis, first released on Davis' album "Kind of Blue" in 1959.
 
* The piece played by Riker in the bar is the beginning of "Freddie Freeloader" by Miles Davis, first released on Davis' album "Kind of Blue" in 1959.
* [[Michael Piller]] referred to a [[fleet]] of purportedly [[Vulcan]] ships that were actually on a [[Romulan]] mission to invade {{dis|Vulcan|planet}} as "a Trojan horse." (''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion]]'', 3rd ed., p. 185)
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* [[Michael Piller]] referred to a [[fleet]] of purportedly [[Vulcan]] ships that were actually on a [[Romulan]] mission to invade {{dis|Vulcan|planet}} as "a [[Trojan horse]]." (''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion]]'', 3rd ed., p. 185)
   
 
=== Cast and characters ===
 
=== Cast and characters ===
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