Spock and I arrive at the Bridge to see what the emergency was about; he was touring the ship with me after having delivered a male Vulcan, Lieutenant Davik to us after Starfleet said there wasn't enough Vulcans in senior positions.
"What's the Emergency, Number One?" I ask.
"We've passed through an unidentifiable gas cloud" replies Riker, "It's affected the systems and we look set for a Core Breach in two minutes."
"Don't panic!" I shout out, "Prepare for evacuation; ideas anyone?"
"Calm down, Captain." comments Spock, "I'm sure this can be handled easily."
"Well you stay and handle it, while we leave the ship." I reply quickly.
"Vulcan logic will always arrive at a solution." he tells me, "I'm sure Lieutenant Davik has solved the problem by now."
"He's only been here half an hour." I remind him, "He's unlikely to have..."
I get a message from Geordi on my Com.
"The problem is over, Captain." he tells me, "The threatened Core Breach has been averted just in time."
"Well done, Mr LaForge." I reply, "You did an excellent job in saving us all."
"Actually, it wasn't me, Sir." says Geordi, "Lieutenant Davik was the one who did that; he did some spellbinding work on the computer and everything was running normally again. If it wasn't for him, we'd all be space dust."
"Pass on the ship's thanks." I tell him.
I hope we haven't got someone else here who is going to keep saving the ship like Wesley used to do? He's only been here half an hour, and he's already saved it once. That's a faster rate than Wes does it.
"Shall we continue our ship's tour, Ambassador?" I say to Spock.
"Yes, Captain." he replies.
During our walk down the corridor, we encounter Seven.
"This is Seven of Nine." I tell him.
"Fascinating." comments Spock, "A Borg drone."
"A Vulcan." replies Seven, "A most pedantic and overlogical race."
"Would it be possible if I had a Mind Meld with you, Seven?" asks Spock, "I believe the experience would be most... enlightening."
"I will not comply!" snaps Seven, "The thoughts of the Hive Mind are exclusive to the Borg. The only way you shall be part of my mind is if I assimilate you. Do you wish me to do that?"
"No, thank you, Seven." says Spock, and we walk on.
"Sorry about that, Ambassador." I say apologetically.
"No need, Captain." he tells me, "Although it may not be wise to consider Seven in the Diplomatic area of Starfleet."
We reach one of the holodecks; Spock studies them closely, raises an eyebrow; I know what he'll say in a moment.
I knew it.
"I wonder what Captain Kirk would have made of a holodeck?" he muses, "I'm sure he would have enjoyed using it."
"It would have been interesting to see what programs he would have installed." I say.
"Actually, Captain." he replies, "I know exactly the sort he would use; the ones that are banned by Starfleet regulations."
After the tour ends, I take Spock back to Transporter Room 2; we are ready to beam him out. Lieutenant Davik is with us.
"Goodbye for now, Ambassador" I tell him.
"Live long and prosper, Captain" he replies, just before beaming out, "Good luck in Engineering, Davik. Remember not to press the 'Self-Destruct' button like you did on the other ship."
I knew it!