A former Starfleet vessel now belonging to the Ferengi leader Bok is returned to Picard---complete with a mind-altering apparatus. Kazago: Douglas Warhit. Rata: Robert Towers. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Yar: Denise Crosby. Riker: Jonathan Frakes.
The crew meets up with the enigmatic Q (John de Lancie), who forces them to participate in a deadly game that pits the players against fanged creatures. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Riker: Jonathan Frakes. Geordi: LeVar Burton. Wesley: Wil Wheaton. Worf: Micha (more…)
Deanna's mother shows up with news of an impending wedding---the prearranged marriage of Deanna and the son (Rob Knepper) of an old family friend. Deanna: Marina Sirtis. Riker: Jonathan Frakes. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Victoria Miller: Nan Martin.
The crew tries to mediate between the Acamarians and the Gatherers, a renegade group that split from the Acamarians a century before. Brull: Joey Aresco. Yuta: Lisa Wilcox. Chorgan: Stephen Lee. Marouk: Nancy Parsons.
A Romulan defector seeking refuge warns Picard that a major offensive to regain the Neutral Zone will be launched in 48 hours. Tomalak: Andreas Katsulas. Adm. Haden: Stack Pierce. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Worf: Michael Dorn.
On the planet Angosia, the crew aids in the capture of a prison escapee, whose reputation is belied when Troi interviews him. Prime Minister Nayrok: James Cromwell. Zayner: J. Michael Flynn. Troi: Marina Sirtis.
Dr. Crusher is kidnapped by a group of terrorists and the leader of the Rutian police (Kerrie Keane) is determined not to negotiate for her release. Finn: Richard Cox. Dr. Crusher: Gates McFadden. Geordi: LeVar Burton. Riker: Jonathan Frakes. Worf: Michael (more…)
Q, once all-powerful mischief-maker of the universe, is condemned to life as a mortal and seeks sanctuary aboard the Enterprise. Q(2): Corbin Bernsen. Guinan: Whoopi Goldberg. Dr. Garin: Richard Cansino. Geordi: LeVar Burton.
The crew begins to exhibit strange behavioral changes---eventually regressing into primitive creatures. Dr. Crusher: Gates McFadden (who also directed). Barclay: Dwight Schultz. Ogawa: Patti Yasutake. Data: Brent Spiner. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Worf: Mich (more…)
Wesley (Wil Wheaton), on a break from Starfleet Academy, becomes involved in a dispute over the relocation of Native Americans from a planet annexed by the Cardassians. Adm. Necheyev: Natalia Nogulich. Anthwara: Ned Romero. Picard: Patrick Stewart.
An enigmatic family friend (James Sloyan) gives Worf (Michael Dorn) some unexpected help in teaching his son Alexander (Brian Bonsall) to be a Klingon warrior. B'etor: Gwynyth Walsh. Lursa: Barbara March. Quark: Armin Shimerman. Yog: Joel Sewtow.
A renegade Ferengi (Lee Arenberg) promises revenge on Picard---by killing the son (Ken Olandt) the captain never knew he had. Birta: Peter Slutsker. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Riker: Jonatan Frakes. Data: Brent Spiner. Troi: Marina Sirtis. Worf: Michael Dorn (more…)
Film version of the TV cartoon about four potty-mouthed third-graders. Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman sneak into an R-rated movie starring their favorite Canadian gross-out comics and it warps their "fragile little minds." When the boys begin to mimic the m (more…)
Mysterious malfunctions in the Enterprise's computer systems lead the crew to the holodeck, where passengers on a train hold the only clues. Conductor: David Huddleston. Engineer: Thomas Kopache. Hayseed: Arlee Reed. Hitman: Vinny Argiro.
Ro Laren (Michelle Forbes) is recruited to infiltrate the Maquis, renegade colonists believed to be smuggling weapons into the Demilitarized Zone. Picard: Patrick Stewart (who also directed). Kalita: Shannon Cochran. Gul Evek: Richard Poe.
As relations between the Federation and the Cardassians deteriorate, Picard resigns his command of the Enterprise to lead a secret mission with Worf and Crusher. Part 1 of two. Capt. Jellico: Ronny Cox. Gul Lemec: John Durbin. Gul Madred: David Warner. Adm (more…)
Conclusion. While Picard is tortured by Gul Madred (David Warner), Capt. Jellico infuriates the crew with his callous behavior---and endangers the Enterprise by planning a first strike on the Cardassians. Capt. Jellico: Ronny Cox. Gul Lemec: John Durbin.
The game is afoot when a Sherlock Holmes holodeck adventure goes awry, releasing archnemesis Prof. Moriarty from the realm of computer simulation to reality. Barclay: Dwight Schultz. Countess: Stephanie Beacham.
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- Birth Name: Brent Jay Spiner
- Birth Place: Houston, TX
- Birthday: February 2, 1949, Aquarius
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