A very enjoyable episode. One moment, everything is going normal (if you can call anything on Star Trek normal), then...everything stops. Literally. Well, Troi gets freaked out by seeing Capt. Picard, Data, and Geordi LaForge turned into life like sculptures. Of course, they don't notice it when they start up again, but Troi tells them and of course, it's another investigation. When our heroes (who are in a runabout, which is really neat since you don't see those that often in TNG) rendevous with the Enterprise, they see their ship with a Romulan Warbird in what appears to be a pitched battle in still life. Of course, they have to figure out what's going on, but I won't give away the ending (except that it is, as usual, a happy one). One thing that is fun is to watch the frozen characters on both the Enterprise and Romulan Warbird and see if they move, which they do. It's kinda fun to say, "Oops, he/she moved." You won't notice if you're caught up in the plot, which is pretty interesting and the acting is excellent. A bit of psychological thriller and it can be quite eerie at times. A very good one to watch.