Diana Muldaur

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VIDEO: Star Trek Next Generation Retrospective

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Star Trek Next Generation Retrospective
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Length: 45:14
Aired: 5/23/1994

Join Jonathan Frakes, Next Generation's Commander Riker, for this fascinating chronicle of Gene Roddenberry's beloved, Emmy Award-winning series. watch

VIDEO: Star Trek: The Next Generation: All Good Things

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Star Trek: The Next Generation: All Good Things
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Aired: 5/23/1994

Picard finds himself travelling between the past, present, and future while attempting to prevent the destruction of humanity... by his own actions. watch

VIDEO: All Good Things...: Parts 1 & 2

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All Good Things...: Parts 1 & 2
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Length: 01:32:02
Aired: 5/23/1994

Capt. Picard finds himself shifting continually into the past, future and present, and must discover a threat to humanity's existence. watch

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The Swimmer
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Credits

Year Title Description
1987 Star Trek TV Show Series, Actor - Dr. Katherine `Kate' Pulaski
1987 A Year in the Life TV Show Series, Actor - Dr. Alice Foley
1986 L.A. Law TV Show Series, Actor - Rosalind Shays
1981 Fitz and Bones TV Show Series, Actor - Terri Seymour
1979 Hizzonner TV Show Series, Actor - Ginny

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From what I can gather so far,...

From what I can gather so far, the sonic alien virus allows the average human to absorb punishment like Sylvester the Cat and inflict it like Godzilla. Exhibit A: that terrorist gentleman Park. He was shot and zapped by an electric fence while trying to escape Detective Rossi (Park did kill her partner), but that didn't kill dat bad ol' Parky-tat. Nope. Then Park was shackled to a bed by the good folks at Homeland Security. Did that deter him? Nah. Parky merely broke the handcuffs and stomped on his captors like they were the denizens of a scale railroad burg. And why? Because, like Slade (more than Quiet Riot), Parky was bound and determined to get the folks of Earth to "Cum on Feel the Noize" from some transmitter gizmo that he built in a Baltimore subway. Happily, the sod died in a grisly fashion before read more

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