Has Jean Luc Picard ever said, "I have to go, Number One (or two)".?
13“I think I can withstand the dvs”. That’s what they all think. To begin with.– Paul D. WaiteSep 8, 2017 at 10:02
13Think of all the rep getting flushed away– ValorumSep 8, 2017 at 15:12
10@Valorum - that joke was bad, and you should feel bad. In fact, I'd say that joke was just crappy.– JeffSep 8, 2017 at 15:16
9@Jeff - I work very hard on my jokes. In fact, you could say that I toil et it.– ValorumSep 8, 2017 at 15:19
6The question is unbecoming of the site IMHO - and I'm not convinced the actual answer is of any significance to you (or at all). So -1.– einpoklumSep 9, 2017 at 0:11
Based on a quick search of Chakoteya's excellent script search, at no point in Star Trek history has anyone uttered the words...
...or any variation thereof. And while Picard has uttered the words...
...on no less than 13 separate occasions, none of them are in conjunction with Number One
That being said, you may be thinking of Q's rather funny quip in TNG: True Q. At the time, Q was wearing a Starfleet Captain's uniform.
[Riker ENTERS and stops when he sees Q and Amanda. Q is standing in front of her... her eyes are closed, as though concentrating on something. The minute Q sees Riker --]
Q: If it isn't Number Two...
TNG: True Q - Original Screenplay
or you might even be thinking of Beavis and Butthead (warning, NSFW content)
(Not)Picard: Number One, I order you to go take a number two.
(Not)Riker: Aye Aye, Captain.
(Not)Picard: Hehe. [Reflective Pause] This is cool
10also, there was a Beavis and Butthead bit where they were dreaming they were on Star Trek. Jean-Butthead Pickard says "Number one, I order you to take a Number Two" Sep 8, 2017 at 15:22
@KevinMilner - Worthy of its own edit.– ValorumSep 8, 2017 at 15:23