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Dr. Crusher jeopardizes her career as she investigates the death of a Ferengi scientist whose invention may have been coveted by others. Kurak: Tricia O'Neil. Jo'Bril: James Horan. T'Pan: Joan Stuart Morris. Dr. Reyga: Peter Slutsker. Dr. Christopher: John (more…)
A legendary Klingon warrior (Kevin Conway) returns to challenge Worf and threaten the stability of the High Council. Koroth: Alan Oppenheimer. Gowron: Robert O'Reilly. Torin: Norman Snow. Worf: Michael Dorn. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Crusher: Gates McFadden (more…)
During a visit to a former mission site, Riker encounters his double---the result of a transporter mishap---and learns the man is still in love with Troi. La Forge: LeVar Burton (who also directed). Troi: Marina Sirtis. Data: Brent Spiner. Astronaut Mae Je (more…)
Returning from a conference, Picard, Troi, Data and La Forge find the Enterprise and a Romulan Warbird motionless, stuck in time---and in mid-battle. Patrick Stewart. Romulan/Alien: Michael Bofshever. Troi: Marina Sirtis. Data: Brent Spiner. La Forge: LeVa (more…)
While investigating an outpost massacre, the Enterprise encounters the Borg, whose individual identities and viciousness trigger a change in Data (Brent Spiner). Part 1 of two. Stephen Hawking has a cameo. Isaac Newton: John Neville. Crosis: Brian Cousins (more…)
Conclusion. Data, under the influence of Lore, imprisons Picard, Troi and La Forge among the Borg. Meanwhile, the Enterprise, commanded by Dr. Crusher, comes under attack. Hugh: Jonathan Del Arco. Taitt: Alex Datcher. Crosis: Brian Cousins.
The crew hosts Iyaaran ambassadors: one is assigned to Troi; the other seeks to provoke Worf. Meanwhile, Picard is rescued by a woman (Barbara Williams) who falls in love with him. Voval: Eric Pierpoint. Loquel: Paul Eiding. Byleth: Michael Harris. Worf: M (more…)
Geordi, attached to an experimental probe, thinks he sees his mother on a stranded ship---although the craft was reported missing more than 300 light years away. Capt. La Forge: Madge Sinclair. Dr. La Forge: Ben Vereen. Adm. Holt: Warren Munson. Data: Bren (more…)
While investigating the apparent death of Picard, Riker is kidnapped and taken to a ship that's been looting archaeological sites---only to discover Picard among the crew. Part 1 of two. Baran: Richard Lynch. Tallera: Robin Curtis. Vekor: Caitlin Brown. Na (more…)
Conclusion. Picard and Riker, having ingratiated themselves with the mercenaries, seek to drive them to mutiny---and learn the true nature of the artifacts they seek. Baran: Richard Lynch. Tallera: Robin Curtis. Vekor: Caitlin Brown. Narik: Cameron Thor. R (more…)
Data's dream program begins to produce nightmares that dangerously affect his behavior---but that may hold clues to unusual occurrences aboard the ship. Freud: Bernard Kates. Adm. Nakamura: Clyde Kusatsu. Ens. Tyler: Gina Ravarra. Workman: David L. Crowley (more…)
Troi's mother, Lwaxana (Majel Barrett), suffers a breakdown while the Enterprise hosts a delegation of telepathic aliens. Mr. Troi: Amick Byram. Troi: Marina Sirtis. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Dr. Crusher: Gates McFadden. Riker: Jonathan Frakes. Data: Brent (more…)
Riker's loyalties are divided when his former commanding officer (Terry O'Quinn) risks the Enterprise on a mission to salvage his former ship. Adm. Blackwell: Nancy Vawter. Riker: Jonathan Frakes. La Forge: LeVar Burton (who also directed).
On a mission to a planet that is losing its atmosphere, Worf encounters his adoptive brother---who violates the Prime Directive in a desperate attempt to save the inhabitants. Worf: Michael Dorn. Dobara: Penny Johnson. Vorin: Brian Markinson. Kateras: Edwa (more…)
After Dr. Crusher (Gates McFadden) attends her grandmother's funeral, strange happenings lead her to believe she's inherited the family ghost (Duncan Regehr). Maturin: Michael Keenan. Riker: Jonathan Frakes (who also directed). Picard: Patrick Stewart.
Four junior officers find themselves tested beyond their expectations when a secret mission takes the place of their promotion evaluation. Lavelle: Dan Gauthier. Ben: Bruce Beatty. Ogawa: Patti Yasutake. Joret: Don Reilly. Picard: Patrick Stewart.
Data (Brent Spiner) finds himself stranded on a planet with a preindustrial society---with no memory of who he is or how he got there. Meanwhile, Troi takes the Bridge Officer's test. Talur: Ronnie Claire Edwards. Gia: Kimberly Cullum. Kura: Michael G. Hag (more…)
After the Enterprise encounters a mysterious comet, Data (Brent Spiner) exhibits multiple personalities---and the ship is transformed into an ancient city. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Troi: Marina Sirtis. La Forge: LeVar Burton. Worf: Michael Dorn. Riker: Jon (more…)
During the investigation of a crew member's suicide, Troi and Worf (Marina Sirtis, Michael Dorn) find their relationship taking a romantic turn. Pierce: Mark Rolston. Lt. Nara: Nancy Harewood. Calloway: Johanna McCloy. Riker: Jonathan Frakes.
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…)
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- Premiered: September 28, 1987
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: A new crew boards a revamped USS Enterprise in the first spin-off from the '60s cult classic. Set some 70 years after the Capt. Kirk era, the syndicated sequel follows the seven-year trek of Capt. Jean-Luc Picard and his colorful subordinates (including a… (more)