Star Trek: The Next Generation, Wesley Crusher's 'Pajamas' & Robe Costume
original movie costume
These articles of clothing were created for Star Trek: The Next Generation for wear by Wil Wheaton in the role of 'Acting Ensign Wesley Crusher'. The actual episode(s) in which this outfit used on screen is currently unknown - it could be cut footage.
Included is an off-white, long-sleeved sleeping tunic, grayish-brown trousers, white and dark brown vertical stripes, a full-size, mid-sleeved, green and black robe with a tied sash. A sewn in tag reads Star Trek: TNG, Wil Wheaton' and the costumer’s tag reads "Star Trek – next gen, Wesley, Wil Wheaton".
OK, was told when this pajama/robe outfit was filmed - a deleted scene (5) from 'Journey's End':
5 INT. WESLEY'S QUARTERS
Wesley is sound asleep in bed. His things are
scattered across the floor -- not the neat and tidy
room one would expect from a Starfleet Cadet. The door
CHIMES. Wes groans and rolls over, trying to ignore
it. The door CHIMES again. Wesley finally sits up in
The doors OPEN and Picard ENTERS. He's surprised to
see Wesley still in bed.
Oh. I'm sorry to disturb you,
Mister Crusher. I assumed you
would be up at this hour. I could
come back later.
Wesley drags himself out of bed and puts on a robe. He
makes a feeble effort to perk up for the Captain.
No... no, sir. I... must have
overslept. Come in.
Picard comes in as Wesley goes to the replicator.
We HEAR the sound of the replicator. Wesley seems to
(continuing, to Picard)
Oh. Uh, can I get something for
No, that's quite all right. This
was my first chance to welcome you
Wesley takes a sip from the steaming mug.
Thank you. I appreciate that.
There is an awkward beat. The usual warm and familiar
dynamic between them is noticeably absent.
STAR TREK: "Journey's End" REV. 01/24/94 - ACT ONE 11.
Wesley never quite meets Picard's gaze... he's
withdrawn and evasive. He really doesn't want to be
here and he doesn't particularly want to talk to the
Captain -- he just wants to be left alone. Picard
feels progressively more uncomfortable.
So... how's Boothby?
Fine, I guess.
I haven't seen him in a while.
To be honest, sir... Boothby was
starting to get on my nerves a
STAR TREK: "Journey's End" 01/20/94 - ACT ONE 12.
5 CONTINUED: (2)
He always seemed to have an
opinion about everything.
(then tries to
I mean, I know he's a very...
insightful... intelligent man...
Picard's had about enough of this... he can see that
something's going on with Wesley and that continued
conversation will only make it worse.
But you'd had enough of his
That's not quite what I meant,
Picard decides not to pursue this any longer.
Well, as I said, welcome back,
Mister Crusher. I hope you enjoy
your vacation. That's really all
I came here to say.
Picard turns and EXITS. Wesley feels instantly bad...
he didn't mean to rude... and now it's too late. He
sits down in frustration.
Maybe it will appear in the Blu-Ray release along with other deleted scenes.
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