- I guess we can't be sure. Even if it were, it may have been recreated prior to that. Ottens 15:39, 9 Jun 2005 (UTC)
Actually, if you recall, there was a dialogue when they were copying Data'a memory to B4. It went something like, Geordi saying, "How do you feel about this?" and Data replied, "I feel nothing, Geordi."
Maybe this means that he had the chip turned off, I don't know. But this was before the deleted scene where they took some of Data's stuff. I have to wonder if he had it removed somehow between Insurrection and Nemesis, or if he somply stopped using it (which I doubt).
-Youssarian, 1/27/07, 11:29 AM EST
- Geordi asked if Data felt okay sharing all of his memories and experiences with B4, to which Data replied that he felt nothing. In First Contact, he had the ability to deactivate the chip. By Insurrection, he was able to remove the chip as, according to Geordi, Data did not take the chip with him when he went to the Ba'ku planet. So in Nemesis, he's either turned it off (in which case, it was inside him when he destroyed himself) or he removed it (in which case, it is in his quarters). --From Andoria with Love 05:15, 28 January 2007 (UTC)
- Remember, deleated sceen's are probably not canon. - J. Sparrow 19:20, 2 October 2007 (UTC)
Emotion chip prop in Generations Edit
I'm surprised there's no mention of this already: The suspended spinning prop is a gold chrome-plated plastic part from a Tomy Robostrux toy called "Radox" (A non-chrome version also exists as part of a Zoids edition of the same model). The toy was inspired, like many in this toy series, by Toho's Japanese monster movies. In this case, it's a mechanized version of Rodan. Incidentally, a similar Zoid version of Godzilla can seen being played with by a child in Godzilla 1985. 220.127.116.11