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Episodio di The Next GenerationSeconda stagione
A Matter of Honor The Dauphin
The Measure of a Man
Numero di produzione135
Sequenza di trasmissione35
Week Of della prima trasmissione USA13.02.1989
Data della prima trasmissione su Italia Uno15.12.1994
Codice del The Next Generation Companionmm
DVD europeo in cui è presente l'episodio3
VHS britannica dell'episodio18 (PG)
StoriaMelinda M. Snodgrass
RegiaRobert Scheerer
MusicaDennis McCarthy
Titolo italianoLa misura di un uomo
Titolo spagnoloLa medida de un hombre
Titolo franceseEtre ou ne pas être
Titolo tedescoWem gehört Data? (Di chi è Data?)
Titolo giapponeseNingen no Joken (Term of Man)
Titolo brasilianoO Valor de um Homem
Data delle versioni dello script14.12.1988
Dr. Katherine PulaskiDiana Muldaur
GuinanWhoopi Goldberg
Cap. Phillipa LouvoisAmanda McBroom
Amm. NakamuraClyde Kusatsu
Commander Bruce MaddoxBrian Brophy
Miles O'BrienColm Meaney
Data Stellare 42523.7: Bruce Maddox ha studiato per anni il lavoro di Noonien Soong e adesso vuole migliorare le sue teorie sui cervelli positronici. Per fare ciò, e permettere alla Federazione di costruire altri androidi positronici, ordina il trasferimento di Data ai suoi ordini per poterlo smantellare ed esaminare con cura. L'esperimento interessa Data, ma vi sono molti pericoli connessi al suo disassemblaggio. L'androide però, nonostante la sua incertezza, non può rifiutare, visto che è considerato proprietà della Federazione. Picard rifiuta la situazione: Data è un essere senziente e non una cosa di cui si può disporre a piacimento ed è disposto ad andare fino in fondo, anche a costo di portare il caso davanti ad una Corte di Giustizia.
  • Debutta il gioco del poker in The Next Generation. L'idea è dell'autrice Melinda Snodgrass, che però inizialmente aveva previsto una scena nel teaser in cui Riker e Wesley cercavano di insegnare il nuoto a Data in una piscina. In realtà l'idea del poker settimanale è poi piaciuta molto, tanto da essere presa in prestito in vari episodi da diversi autori.
  • La scrittrice Melinda Snodgrass, al suo debutto in The Next Generation, ha attinto alla propria esperienza di avvocato per la trama di questo episodio.
  • Con ogni probabilità, il titolo deriva da quello di un saggio del 1981 del biologo americano Stephen Gould intitolato The Mismeasure of Man (Amazon); in questo saggio l'autore attacca i test di intelligenza, in quanto li giudica antiscientifici.
  • La citazione scritta da Picard «When in disgrace with fortune in men's eyes, I all alone beweep my outcast state» è di uno dei sonetti di Shakespeare.
  • Secondo quanto detto nell'episodio, le caratteristiche peculiari che deve possedere un essere per ritenerlo senziente sono intelligenza, consapevolezza e coscienza.
  • Durante il dibattimento vengono elencate le onorificenze di Data, così come era accaduto durante il processo a Kirk in Court Martial e in entrambi i casi il pubblico ministero vuole interrompere la lista mentre la difesa pretende che venga completata.
  • Il libro che Worf regala a Data quando l'androide rassegna le sue dimissioni dalla Flotta Stellare è The Dream of the Fire di K'Ratak [T:20:24].
  • Non abbiamo mai saputo se il lavoro di Maddox sul tentativo di replicare gli androidi di tipo Soong, come Data, sia proseguito con qualche successo.
  • L'udienza avviene in data stellare 42527.4 [T:25:32].
  • Il codice di identificazione di Riker è «theta alpha 2737 blue enable» [T:24:49].
  • Durante la partita a poker Miles O'Brien indossa i gradi di Tenente [T:0:46].
  • All'inizio si vede che l'Enterprise ruota attorno alla stazione, la quale ruota su se stessa. Quando Picard incontra la donna la prima volta, sono davanti ad una finestra in cui si vede l'Enterprise in movimento, ma le stelle sono ferme [T:03:12].
  • Nei sottotitoli italiani a [T:21:12] Geordi è scritto Geordy.
  • Durante il dibattimento, Riker descrive Data come «un intreccio di reti neutrali ed algoritmi euristici» [T:29:09].
  • Nomination per il Writers Guild Award.
Picard: Your Honor, Starfleet was founded to seek out new life. Well, there it sits! [T:38:59]
Louvois: Is Data a machine? Yes. Is he the property of Starfleet? No. We have all been dancing around the basic issue. Data have a soul? I don't know that he has. I don't know that I have! But I've got to give him the freedom to explore that question himself. It is the ruling of this court that Lieutenant Commander Data has the freedom to choose. [T:39:56]
Maddox: He is remarkable.
Louvois: You didn't call him "it". [T:41:12]
  • Nello script non era previsto ci fosse la Pulaski tra i giocatori della partita a poker, ma solo La Forge, Data, O'Brien e Riker.
  • Prima dell'arrivo in plancia dell'ammiraglio Nakamura erano previste le seguenti scene che descrivono il suo arrivo a bordo della nave.
    5    INT. TRANSPORTER ROOM (OPTICAL)
    
            Riker watches as Picard, Admiral Nakamura, and Maddox
            BEAM ABOARD. SOUND EFFECT in the b.g. as Nakamura is
            piped aboard.
    
                                            PICARD
                            Admiral, Commander Maddox, allow
                            me to introduce my first officer,
                            Commander William Riker.
    
                                            NAKAMURA
                            Pleasure, Commander.
    
            They shake hands and begin walking toward the doors.
    
                                            PICARD
                            How long has it been since we've
                            seen each other?
    
                                            NAKAMURA
                            You'd just been assigned as an
                            ensign aboard the old Reliant.
    
                                            PICARD
                                    (lightly)
                            Oh yes, and I seem to remember
                            a certain young lieutenant who
                            had harsh words about snap
                            inspections, and the admirals who
                            pulled them.
    
                                            NAKAMURA
                            The situation changes when you've
                            got the admiral's stripes.
    
            The party steps through the doors and into the
            Enterprise corridor.
    
    6    INT. CORRIDOR
    
                                            NAKAMURA
                            There isn't an officer in
                            Starfleet who wouldn't give his
                            right leg to be where you are -- Captain
                            of the Starship
                            Enterprise. I'm no different.
                            I just have the power to get
                            aboard.
    
                                            PICARD
                            Happy to have you, Admiral.
    
            They enter the turbolift.
    
    7    INT. TURBOLIFT
    
                                            PICARD
                            Bridge. Congratulations on your
                            appointment. Command of a
                            Starbase.
    
                                            NAKAMURA
                            Thank you, but I miss a ship.
                            A bit of advice, Captain. Don't
                            ever become an admiral. They make
                            you an administrator.
    
            They arrive, and step out onto the bridge.
  • Dopo che Picard riceve l'ordine di trasferimento di Data dall'Enterprise alla base stellare 173, nello script era previsto il seguente colloquio tra Picard e l'ammiraglio Nakamura.
    9    INT. CAPTAIN'S READY ROOM - VIEWSCREEN (OPTICAL)
    
            Admiral Nakamura on the screen. Picard eyes him with
            some hostility.
    
                                            NAKAMURA
                            Look, it's a transfer, like any
                            other transfer.
    
                                            PICARD
                            No, it's not. This is one of my
                            key officers, and he's been
                            removed without consulting me.
    
                                            NAKAMURA
                            I'm sorry about that, but
                            Commander Maddox's work in
                            robotics is considered critical
                            by Starfleet Command. Think
                            what's at stake here. If
                            Commander Maddox can succeed in
                            duplicating Noonien Soong's work
                            other captains on other ships
                            would have the advantage you now
                            enjoy: a Data on every bridge.
                            You don't want Data transferred,
                            fine. There's an easy solution.
                            Have him work with Commander
                            Maddox. Nakamura out.
  • Il testo legislativo del XXI secolo cui fa riferimento il Capitano Phillipa Louvois, secondo il quale Data deve essere considerato proprietà della Flotta Stellare, nello script è «Acts of Gould» (probabilmente come omaggio a Stephen Gould, come indicato nelle Note), mentre nell'episodio è «Acts of Cumberland».
  • La scena del colloquio tra Picard e Data a [T:10:54] nello script contiene alcune battute che non sono presenti nell'episodio. Le parti in grigio sono le battute presenti nell'episodio.
                                            PICARD
                            Please, sit down. We've got a
                            problem.
    
                                            DATA
                            I find myself in agreement with
                            that assessment of the situation,
                            sir.
    
                                            PICARD
                            Your service to this ship has been
                            exemplary. I don't want to lose
                            you. 
    
                                            DATA
                            I am pleased to hear you say so.
                            Thank you.
    
                                            PICARD
                            There is a solution which presents
                            itself.
    
                                            DATA
                            Yes, sir?
    
                                            PICARD
                            Undergo the procedure, then the
                            transfer order becomes moot.
    
                                            DATA
                            I will not submit to this
                            procedure.
    
            Picard rises, and seats himself on the corner of the
            desk, closing the distance with Data.
    
                                            PICARD
                            Data, I understand your objections
                            to this procedure, but I also have
                            to consider Starfleet's interests.
                            If Commander Maddox is correct
                            there is a possibility that many
                            more beings such as yourself could
                            be constructed. 
    
                                            DATA
                            True, but possibility is a word
                            which can encompass any number
                            of outcomes -- good and bad.
    
                                            PICARD
                            But if he's right, Starfleet would
                            be immeasurably enriched.
    
                                            DATA
                            Captain, I am a Starfleet
                            officer. Can they force me to
                            do this?
    
                                            PICARD
                            It's precisely because you are
                            a Starfleet officer that they can.
                            We take an oath to serve. In this
                            case this is the form your service
                            is taking.
    
                                            DATA
                            Sir, Lieutenant La Forge's eyes
                            are far superior to human
                            biological eyes, true? 
    
                                            PICARD
                            Yes.
    
                                            DATA
                            Then why are not all human
                            officers required to have their
                            eyes replaced with cybernetic
                            implants?
    
            Picard is utterly at a loss for words. We can see the
            confusion on his face as he struggles for an answer to
            this unanswerable remark. Data rises with great
            dignity.
    
                                            DATA
                                    (continuing)
                            I see. It is precisely because
                            I am not human.
    
                                            PICARD
                            That will be all, Mister Data.
  • Secondo quanto afferma Data in una scena tagliata dello script, è stato attivato nel 2338 su Omicron Theta, è entrato in Accademia nel 2344 e si è graduato nel 2348. Queste date non coincidono con quanto stabilito in altri episodi.
  • Nello script la data dell'udienza è 42524.1, mentre nell'episodio è 42527.4.
  • Durante la festa in onore di Data per il suo addio alla Flotta Stellare, nello script sono presenti alcune battute non presenti nell'episodio. Le battute in grigio sono quelle viste nell'episodio.
                                           PULASKI
                            I couldn't disagree more, but
                            we'll save that argument for
                            another day.  Now listen
                            carefully. I didn't get you a
                            present -- 
    
                                            DATA
                            That is quite all right. None
                            was expected...
    
                                            PULASKI
                                    (interrupting)
                            Instead I'm going to give you
                            something far more valuable -- my
                            advice. You've spent years
                            in the womb of Starfleet. Now
                            you're about to start a new life.
                            You'd be wise to consider the
                            experiences offered by
                            groundside living.
    
                                            DATA
                            Thank you. I will take that under
                            advisement.
                                    (noticing Geordi sitting
                                     alone in a corner
                                     nursing a drink)
                            Excuse me, please. 
                                    (to Geordi)
                            Is something wrong?
  • Nella stessa scena della festa d'addio, al termine del dialogo tra La Forge e Data nello script erano previste le seguenti battute:
            In another part of the room Riker joins Troi.
    
                                            RIKER
                            Deanna... does Data have...
                            do you feel anything from him?
    
                                            TROI
                            I can't sense anything from Data.
                            But that proves nothing. There
                            are many minds from which I can
                            read no meaning.
    
                                            RIKER
                            There's got to be more to him than
                            software, nets and chips.
    
                                            TROI
                            It is possible that Commander
                            Maddox is correct and we are
                            anthropomorphizing Data.
                            Assigning to him emotions and
                            responses which he may not have.
    
                                            RIKER
                            I'm not sure I see that as a
                            problem.
    
            Riker and Troi realize that a silence has fallen over
            the room. They look to where Maddox stands framed in
            the doorway.
    
                                            MADDOX
                                    (sarcastically)
                            A little farewell celebration?
    
                                            RIKER
                                    (stepping forward)
                            Yes, to which I don't recall
                            inviting you.
    
                                            MADDOX
                            I couldn't miss this. I can't
                            wait to hear Data's plans.
    
                                            DATA
                            They are currently somewhat
                            indefinite, but my programming
                            offers a number of alternatives.
                                    (crossing to Wesley,
                                     and dropping an arm
                                     over the boy's
                                     shoulders)
                            I am considering teaching. I have
                            had some success with my star
                            pupil.
    
            The next speech is delivered by a man who really knows
            better, but can't stop himself. His anger is fueled by
            his sense of loss -- his life work is crumbling before
            his eyes because he believes that without Data he
            cannot succeed. Thus his reputation is also on the
            line.
    
                                            MADDOX
                            I have a better idea. Carnival
                            work. They could bill you as the
                            walking encyclopedia. Ask him
                            any question --
    
            The WHISTLE of the com panel interrupts him. Riker
            moves to answer.
    
                                            PICARD'S COM VOICE
                            Number One, Captain Louvois has
                            called. We're expected in her
                            office. Meet me in Transporter
                            Room Five.
    
                                            RIKER
                                    (touches his insignia)
                            On my way.
                                    (to Maddox)
                            I know you're just leaving. I'll
                            escort you.
    
            They start toward the door.
  • Dopo che Picard comunica a Data che ci sarà un'udienza per determinare se l'androide sia oppure no una proprietà della Flotta Stellare, nello script c'è una scena ambientata nella palestra dell'Enterprise tra Riker e Picard e una ambientata nell'alloggio di Data tra Picard e l'androide che non sono presenti nell'episodio.
    17   INT. ENTERPRISE GYMNASIUM
    
            Picard is fencing with his usual opponent. Riker
            enters. Picard continues fencing.
    
                                            PICARD
                            Care to try your hand, Number
                            One?
    
                                            RIKER
                            Another time. It's too close to
                            our real contest.
    
                                            PICARD
                                    (exchanging blows with
                                     his opponent)
                            This isn't about you and me.
    
                                            RIKER
                            Isn't it? Data may be the issue,
                            but our performances are what will
                            be judged.
    
                                            PICARD
                                    (exchanging several
                                     lightning blows with
                                     his opponent)
                            That's the nature of the
                            adversarial process.
    
                                            RIKER
                            Which can only work when the
                            opponents are of equal ability.
    
                                            PICARD
                                    (turning very slowly,
                                     leaning on his sword
                                     and regarding Riker)
                            Are you suggesting that we are
                            not evenly matched?
    
                                            RIKER
                            No, but for Data's sake it has
                            to be said. I've been forced into
                            this, and I have only one option.
                            To give this my best effort.
    
                                            PICARD
                            I see.
                                    (slash)
                            Then... you are here...
                                    (slash)
                            to warn me...
                                    (slash)
                            that you are going to do...
                                    (slash)
                            Everything within your power and
                            within the boundaries of the
                            law...
                                    (slash)
                            to win!
    
            Picard drives his opponent completely across the room.
    
                                            RIKER
                            Yes.
    
                                            PICARD
                            So am I.
    
            Riker exits.
    
    18   INT. DATA'S QUARTERS
    
            Picard seated. He has a PADD ready to take notes.
            Data seated nearby. The travelcase still open on the
            desk behind them.
    
                                            PICARD
                            All right, I'm going to need to
                            know everything about you.
    
                                            DATA
                            Sir, all of that information is
                            stored in the Enterprise computer
                            banks.
    
                                            PICARD
                            I want to hear it from you.
    
                                            DATA
                                    (cocking his head like
                                     a puzzled bird)
                            Very good, sir. Activation
                            occurred twenty-seven years ago
                            on Omicron Theta. I entered the
                            Academy in '44, and graduated in
                            '48 with honors in probability
                            mechanics and exobiology. First
                            posting...
    
                                            PICARD
                            Data, Data, Data, whoa, stop.
                            I could get this from the
                            computer.
    
                                            DATA
                            I believe I indicated that
                            earlier, sir.
    
            Picard rises and takes a turn around the room. Returns
            to the desk, and begins to play unconsciously with the
            objects in the travelcase.
    
                                            PICARD
                            I need to know how you think,
                            what you want, how you feel. What
                            drives you, motivates you.
    
                                            DATA
                            Drives? Motivates? Sir, may I
                            inquire as to the purpose of this
                            line of questioning?
    
                                            PICARD
                            We have to prove that you're a
                            sentient life-form.
    
                                            DATA
                                    (extremely puzzled)
                            But I am not. I am a machine.
    
                                            PICARD
                            That's not what I need to hear.
    
                                            DATA
                            How can we deny the obvious?
    
                                            PICARD
                            We're searching for an argument
                            which will legally deny that
                            obvious fact.
    
                                            DATA
                            But if it is a fact how can
                            argument alter --
    
                                            PICARD
                            Data!
    
                                            DATA
                            Sir?
    
                                            PICARD
                            Stop babbling.
                                    (rewinding the threads
                                     of his fast-tattering
                                     patience)
                            The law recognizes many things
                            as people that aren't possessed
                            of flesh and blood. It's a little
                            legal fiction, you see.
    
                                            DATA
                            I am beginning to understand why
                            Shakespeare wrote, let us kill
                            all the lawyers.
    
            Picard reseats himself, but we can tell from his weary
            expression that this is going to be a long session.
  • Mentre Riker sta visionando gli schemi dei circuiti di Data, nello script era previsto che in sottofondo ci fosse la dettatura del suo diario personale.
            A schematic appears flagged with Top Secret. Need to
            Know.
    
                                            RIKER (V.O.)
                            Personal log. Zero three hundred.
                            I should be resting. Instead I
                            continue to prepare for a duty
                            I do not wish to perform. Truth
                            should not be reduced to a prize
                            in a battle of wills and words.
    
            Riker is suddenly arrested by something he sees on a
            screen. His expression is first one of excitement as
            he realizes he now has the means to win this case.
            Then bleak sadness as he realizes the import of his
            victory.
    
            He punches off the recorder, his expression bleak and
            exhausted.
  • Il dialogo presente nello script tra Guinan e Picard, pur arrivando alla medesima conclusione, è piuttosto differente da quello visto nell'episodio.
    21   INT. TEN-FORWARD
    
            The lounge is deserted, lights very low creating the
            implication that it is very late. Picard is seated at
            a table facing out the windows. An empty glass stands
            before him. He is turning it, turning it, turning it.
            His expression is death weary and very sad. GUINAN
            is at the bar puttering, but never taking her eyes off
            that solitary figure. Finally she can stand it no
            longer. Drawing two drinks she slides from behind the
            bar and crosses to him.
    
                                            GUINAN
                            You should get some sleep.
    
                                            PICARD
                            I've lost, and I'm not even sure
                            I mind. Data is a machine. But
                            there is something bothering me.
                            Something I'm missing. Or is it
                            just wounded pride that I've lost
                            and in front of her.
    
                                            GUINAN
                            What is it that lies between you?
    
                                            PICARD
                                    (waving it aside)
                            Ancient history.
    
                                            GUINAN
                            Unfortunately the past always
                            resonates in the present, and
                            decisions made today reach into
                            the future.
    
                                            PICARD
                                    (Drumming fingers on
                                     the table, abruptly
                                     he decides to tell her.
                                     It emerges in sharp
                                     staccato.)
                            The Stargazer court-martial. It
                            should have been a routine
                            hearing. Yes, I had lost my ship,
                            but my actions were entirely
                            justified.
                            Phillipa was assistant to the
                            prosecution. She dug up every
                            obscure case and citation and the
                            panel hammered at me for three
                            days. It damn near ended my
                            career. It did end us. She's
                            enjoying this situation. She
                            knows I disapprove of the
                            adversarial system. Now she's
                            forced me into active
                            participation, and she's both
                            pleased and angered to see me fail.
    
                                            GUINAN
                            Emotions. They're such slippery,
                            contradictory things. It's a
                            wonder any of us ever crawled out
                            of the oceans, or swung down out
                            of the trees.
    
                                            PICARD
                                    (pushing back his chair)
                            Well, there's only one thing to
                            do. I go to her in the morning,
                            and we discuss a deal.
    
                                            GUINAN
                                    (thoughtfully studying
                                     her hands)
                            I had heard a lot about you before
                            I joined the Enterprise. About
                            how Picard was a man who never
                            knew when to lie down and admit
                            he was beat.
    
                                            PICARD
                            I have to salvage at least some
                            of Data's rights. If Data agrees
                            to undergo Commander Maddox's
                            procedure we can get out of this
                            hearing before he's declared the
                            property of Starfleet command.
    
                                            GUINAN
                            If Commander Maddox is successful
                            in disassembling and reassembling
                            Data, what has he gained?
    
                                            PICARD
                            The ability to build another.
                            A hundred others, a thousand.
    
                                            GUINAN
                            To do what?
    
                                            PICARD
                            Explore for us. Enter the
                            dangerous situations.
    
                                            GUINAN
                            All those future Datas risking
                            their lives for the people who
                            created them.
    
                                            PICARD
                                    (very intent)
                            You said something earlier about
                            decisions today.
    
                                            GUINAN
                            Having implications for the
                            future.
    
                                            PICARD
                            Precedent! This case will set
                            the precedent for all the future
                            Datas. It will determine their
                            status, and they'll all be
                            property.
    
                                            GUINAN
                            There is an ancient word for it -- slavery.
    
                                            PICARD
                                    (very excited)
                            Not a word we want back in our
                            vocabulary.
    
            They each lift a glass and toast each other.
    
                                            GUINAN
                            Good luck, sir.
    
            They drink.
  • Nello script, durante la parte finale dell'udienza, era prevista una parte in cui Maddox parlava degli sviluppi futuri del progetto di clonare Data, nel quale serve su un piatto d'argento a Picard lo spunto per parlare del pericolo di creare una nuova specie di schiavitù nella Flotta Stellare. Le parti in grigio sono presenti nell'episodio.
                                            PICARD
                            And now you're proposing to
                            dismantle him. (re: Data)
    
                                            MADDOX
                            So I can rebuild him and construct
                            more!
    
                                            PICARD
                            How many more?
    
                                            MADDOX
                            Hundreds, thousands. There's no
                            limit. 
    
                                            PICARD
                            And do what with them?
    
                                            MADDOX
                            Use them.
    
                                            PICARD
                            How?
    
                                            MADDOX
                            As effective units on Federation
                            ships. As replacements for
                            humans in dangerous situations.
                            So much is closed to us because
                            of our fragility. But they...
    
                                            PICARD
                                    (interrupting; he picks
                                     up an object and throws
                                     it down a disposal
                                     chute)
                            Are expendable.
    
                                            MADDOX
                            It sounds harsh but to some
                            extent, yes.
    
                                            PICARD
                            Are you expendable, Commander
                            Maddox? Never mind.
                            A single Data is a curiosity, a wonder,
                            but a thousand Datas, doesn't that
                            become a new race? And aren't
                            we going to be judged as a species
                            about how we treat these creations?
                            If they're expendable, disposable, aren't we?
                            What is Data? 
  • Nel dialogo finale tra Riker e Data è stata omessa una serie di battute presenti nello script, in grigio i dialoghi presenti nell'episodio.
                                            RIKER
                                    (in agony just
                                     remembering)
                            I could have cost you your life!
    
                                            DATA
                                    (moving in, and seating
                                     himself opposite Riker)
                            Yes, that is true, but
                            Commander... Will, I have learned
                            from your experience.
    
                                            RIKER
                            What could you have possibly
                            learned from this kind of ordeal?
    
                                            DATA
                            That at times one must deny their
                            nature, sacrifice their own
                            personal beliefs to protect
                            another.
                            Is it not true that had
                            you refused to prosecute, Captain
                            Louvois would have ruled summarily
                            against me? 
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