Lez talk about this scene cause I think it was so well written and was layered like an onion. First of all, Doctor Beverly Crusher is a single mother and Wesley means the world to her and it would crush her (Crusher, I hardly… Suggestiveeyebrowwiggle.gif) if she lost him. Doctor Beverly Crusher is also… Well… A doctor who is trained to separate emotions from stressful situations so she can focus on what objectively needs to be done and she’s FREAKING THE FUCK OUT so she’s RELYING ON HER TRAINING.
On top of the USS Emotionally Objective Beverly, Picard recognizes this behavior and what it means for Beverly and instead of correcting it or questioning it, he merely offers support he knows she needs.
IT’S LIKE THEY KNOW EACH OTHER WELL OR SOMETHING
Tl;dr: I love this scene.
About to take the stage in Chicago with the Next Gen Cast & Tne Shat!!! (x)
"People are always asking me, ‘After doing all those episodes, are there new things you can do?’ My god, yes! The basis of our series is the galaxy. There’s quite a few stories out there, and I want Star Trek to do the things it can do"
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Commander Katherine Pulaski, chief medical officer aboard the on the USS Repulse, under the command of Captain Taggert, and then, in 2365, aboard the USS Enterprise-D while Dr. Beverly Crusher was serving as head of Starfleet Medical. (Star Trek: The Next Generation season 2)