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While initiating relations with the Tamarians, Picard and the Tamarian ship's captain (Paul Winfield) are transported to a planet where both face a fierce beast. Patrick Stewart. Tamarian Officer: Richard Allen. Ens. Lefler: Ashley Judd. Riker: Jonathan Fr (more…)
During their investigation of a Bajoran terrorist attack on a Federation colony, Picard (Patrick Stewart) and a Bajoran ensign (Michelle Forbes) uncover a conspiracy by a Starfleet officer. Orta: Jeffrey Hayenga. Adm. Kennelly: Cliff Potts. Barber Mot: Ken (more…)
The Enterprise comes in contact with a destructive entity that Picard (Patrick Stewart) believes should be communicated with---but a scientist (Ellen Geer) studying it has different plans. Carmen: Susan Diol. Data: Brent Spiner. Worf: Michael Dorn. Dr. Cru (more…)
While hosting the winners of a primary-school science contest, the Enterprise is completely disabled by a rare natural phenomenon, leaving Troi (Marina Sirtis) in command on the bridge. Marissa: Erika Flores. Jay Gordon: John Christian Graas. Patterson: Ma (more…)
Riker is given an electronic mind game that proves addictive to everyone on board except a vacationing Wesley (Wil Wheaton), who suspects the game's real purpose. Lefler: Ashley Judd. Etana: Katherine Moffat. Dr. Crusher: Gates McFadden. Data: Brent Spiner (more…)
Disguised as Romulans, Picard and Data travel to Romulus to investigate the unauthorized mission of the Federation's most famous ambassador---Mr. Spock (Leonard Nimoy). Part 1 of two. Sarek: Mark Lenard. Pardek: Malachi Throne. Perrin: Joanna Miles. Neral: (more…)
While on a mission to save a planet that was hit by a huge asteroid, the Enterprise encounters a man (Matt Frewer) who claims to be from the future. Hail Moseley: Stefan Gierasch. Ensign: Sheila Franklin. Female Scientist: Shay Garner.
On an unexpected visit, Worf's son (Brian Bonsall) delivers some startling news---he intends to take up permanent residence on the Enterprise. Helena: Georgia Brown. Ensign: Sheila Franklin. Dr. Ja'Dar: Richard McGonagle. Worf: Michael Dorn. Troi: Marina S (more…)
A young boy (Joshua Harris), the only survivor of a destroyed research vessel, becomes attached to Data (Brent Spiner) and attempts to emulate the android. Picard: Patrick Stewart (who also directed). Ensign: Sheila Franklin. Transporter Chief: Harley Vent (more…)
Crew members begin to fall into inexplicable comas when the Enterprise plays host to a delegation of telepathic aliens. Jev: Ben Lemon. Tarmin: David Sage. Inad: Eve Brenner. Dr. Martin: Rick Fitts. Keiko: Rosalind Chao. Dr. Crusher: Gates McFadden. Troi: (more…)
Picard and the crew of the Enterprise work to save a genetically engineered society from a natural disaster---but their efforts could be equally destructive. Conor: John Snyder. Bates: Dey Young. Benbeck: Ron Canada. Ensign: Sheila Franklin. Picard: Patric (more…)
The crew of the Enterprise experiences memory loss and becomes engaged in a baffling battle with the Lysians. MacDuff: Erich Anderson. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Data: Brent Spiner. Geordi: LeVar Burton. Dr. Crusher: Gates McFadden. Worf: Michael Dorn.
A time rift alters history and reunites its crew with Tasha Yar (Denise Crosby) and with a ship thought to have been destroyed more than 20 years ago. Castillo: Christopher McDonald. Rachel Garrett: Tricia O'Neil. Guinan: Whoopi Goldberg.
In an unauthorized experiment, Data builds another android (Hallie Todd), which chooses to take the form of a human female. Adm. Haftel: Nicolas Coster. Ballard: Judyann Elder. Robot: Leonard John Crofoot. Directed by series regular Jonathan Frakes.
Worf meets the brother he didn't know he had, and together they go before the Klingon High Council to defend their late father's honor against treason charges. Duras: Patrick Massett. K'mpec: Charles Cooper. Kahlest: Thelma Lee. Worf: Michael Dorn.
Picard is kidnapped by an alien force and replaced by a look-alike. Esoqq: Reiner Schoene. Haro: Joycelyn O'Brien. Tholl: Stephen Markle. Alien No. 1: Jerry Rector. Alien No. 2: Jeff Rector. Picard: Patrick Stewart.
Picard's vacation is interrupted by Vorgon security agents (Karen Landry, Michael Champion) from the 27th century who are searching for a secret weapon hidden by its time-traveling inventor. Vash: Jennifer Hetrick. Sovak: Michael Grodenchik.
The Enterprise crew is assigned to carry a Betazoid Federation emissary (Harry Groener), who's en route to contact a newly discovered life-form called Tin Man. Capt. DeSoto: Michael Cavanaugh. Romulan Commander: Peter Vogt. Troi: Marina Sirtis.
A glitch in the propulsion system catapults the starship into a galaxy where mental powers become extraordinary, and the crew find that they are what they think. Kosinski: Stanley Kamel. Assistant: Eric Menyuk. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Riker: Jonathan Frak (more…)
While escorting aliens to the planet Parliament, Picard and his crew are enveloped by a cloud that seizes control of their minds and alters their behavior. Singh: Kavi Raz. Dr. Crusher: Gates McFadden. Worf: Michael Dorn. Tasha: Denise Crosby. Troi: Marina (more…)
Plans for a vacation on the paradisiacal Rubicam Three are disrupted when Wesley breaks a planet law; meanwhile, a hostile vessel objecting to human colonization confronts the Enterprise. Liator: Jay Louden. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Data: Brent Spiner. Rik (more…)
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