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RollbackEdit

I reverted it because you deleted a whole section without a reason given.... Cheers... Mìthrandir (talk) 23:39, 2 February 2011 (UTC)

I reformatted the battle honors section of the article. It is not deleted. Check the source. 82.170.244.87 (talk) 23:45, 2 February 2011 (UTC)

Ralph OffenhouseEdit

Ralph Offenhouse (played by Peter Mark Richman) is a fictional human financier born in 1939, featured in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode The Neutral Zone.

In the late 20th century he was diagnosed with inoperable terminal cardiomyopathy. He had himself cryogenically frozen in 1994, hoping that when he awoke science would have found a cure. He was placed in a cryonics satellite which was launched into Earth's orbit.

The satellite drifted away in space for almost four hundred years, reaching the Kazis binary system, where it was detected by the USS Enterprise-D in 2364. Only three of the inhabitants booths had survived, Offenhouse, Clare Raymond and L.Q. Clemonds'. Offenhouse was unfrozen and his condition was cured.

As a financier, Offenhouse was shocked by the fact that humanity no longer used money. Despite extensive plans to provide for himself in the future financially, he was unable to locate his bank accounts. Offenhouse was frustrated by his new surroundings and his apparent lack of control of the situation.

Offenhouse complained to the crew of the ship before being scolded by Jean-Luc Picard for inappropriate use of the ship's communications system. During negotiations with the Romulans, Offenhouse made his way to the bridge and offered Picard unsolicited (but useful) advice, annoying Picard. Picard then conceded that Offenhouse had given a correct assessment of the situation.

Along with the other two survivors from the 20th century, Offenhouse was later transported to Earth aboard USS Charleston. Before he left, Picard urged him to use his new lease on life to improve and enrich himself.

He later featured in the Star Trek novel Debtors' Planet as an ambassador of the United Federation of Planets and advisor on Ferengi culture (having firsthand knowledge of capitalist avarice which was unknown to Federation society in the 24th century).

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February 2011Edit

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