Star Trek:  The Next Generation

Set in the 24th century and decades after the adventures of the original crew of the starship Enterprise, this new series is the long-awaited successor to the original "Star Trek" (1966). Under the command of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, the all new Enterprise NCC 1701-D travels out to distant planets to seek out new life and to boldly go where no one has gone before.  Written by Harald Mayr {[email protected]}
[Source:  IMDB]

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: Encounter at Farpoint
Original Air Date—26 September 1987
On the maiden mission of a new Enterprise, the God-like being known as Q challenges the crew to discover the secret of a mysterious base in a truly intelligent & civilized fashion.

Season 1, Episode 2: The Naked Now
Original Air Date—3 October 1987
The crew of the Enterprise is infected with a virus that causes them to behave as though they were intoxicated.

Season 1, Episode 3: Code of Honor
Original Air Date—10 October 1987
When the leader of an alien culture takes a romantic interest in Lt. Yar, he claims her for his own, to the dismay of his own wife, who, in turn, challenges Tasha in a fight to the death.

Season 1, Episode 4: The Last Outpost
Original Air Date—17 October 1987
The Enterprise encounters a race known as the Ferengi, a race believed to be more pirates, than traders. But, in the course of pursuit, all power is lost in the ship, just as the alien ship comes to bear. But surprising results await upon contacting the other ship.

Season 1, Episode 5: Where No One Has Gone Before
Original Air Date—24 October 1987
The Enterprise is ordered to undergo a series of tests that will propel the ship at unfathomable speed, but Riker has misgivings surrounding the equations and theories presented by the arrogant designer, and someone, most unexpected, is the only one who puts his finger on the assistant as the one behind the whole scheme of things.

Season 1, Episode 6: Lonely Among Us
Original Air Date—31 October 1987
As the Enterprise provides transportation to two delegate parties who are constantly at odds with each other, the ship is invaded by something that jumps from computer terminal to crew members and back, again, unknown to the crew, even the ones being invaded.

Season 1, Episode 7: Justice
Original Air Date—7 November 1987
After dropping off some colonists in a system near by, The crew visits a world of beautiful, healthy & tanned human looking people who seem to have a peaceful & loving lifestyle. They know no crime, war or hardship. They seem to have everything. They also have a Death Penalty for breaking any infraction of the Rules. They also have a secret.

Season 1, Episode 8: The Battle
Original Air Date—14 November 1987
After waiting for a response to their hails for three days, Picard finds that the Ferengi have discovered the "Stargazer," an old ship that he once commanded. The Ferengi are only too willing to turn over the ship to the Federation, but, unknown to Picard, have installed a piece of equipment that induces severe headaches in Picard.

Season 1, Episode 9: Hide and Q
Original Air Date—21 November 1987
The Enterprise encounters Q again, and he tempts Riker by endowing him with the powers of the Q.

Season 1, Episode 10: Haven
Original Air Date—28 November 1987
While on a mission to a planet called Haven, Counselor Troi meets her husband to be, a marriage arranged by her father years before, as the Enterprise encounters a ship far deadlier than any combat could provide.

Season 1, Episode 11: The Big Goodbye
Original Air Date—9 January 1988
Captain Picard and some of his crew are caught in a deadly trap in the holodeck as the result of a ship-wide scan from an alien race.

Season 1, Episode 12: Datalore
Original Air Date—16 January 1988
The Enterprise visits the planet where Data was created and discovers another android like him, but when he's assembled, he's not EXACTLY like him.

Season 1, Episode 13: Angel One
Original Air Date—23 January 1988
Riker, Troi, Data and Yar beam down to a planet ruled by a matriarchal government in the hopes of locating a missing freighter crew.

Season 1, Episode 14: 11001001
Original Air Date—30 January 1988
The Enterprise docks at a starbase for repairs where it is commandeered by a race of technologically-linked aliens intent on using the vessel for their own purposes.

Season 1, Episode 15: Too Short a Season
Original Air Date—6 February 1988
The Enterprise transports an elderly Starfleet Admiral to negotiate a hostage crisis. When the Admiral takes a de-aging drug, he endangers both his life and the mission.

Season 1, Episode 16: When the Bough Breaks
Original Air Date—13 February 1988
A planet that was able to cloak itself for thousands of years suddenly reveals itself, with its inhabitants proposing peace. But, after initial negotiations, children of the Enterprise are kidnapped due to the impotence of the inhabitants.

Season 1, Episode 17: Home Soil
Original Air Date—20 February 1988
On Velara III, Geordi and Data discover a microscopic life form responsible for the death of an engineer stationed on the base.

Season 1, Episode 18: Coming of Age
Original Air Date—12 March 1988
Picard finds himself facing a strenuous test of his loyalty to Starfleet, one which the other members of the crew are struggling to cope with, whilst Wesley faces an equally challenging entrance exam at Starfleet Academy.

Season 1, Episode 19: Heart of Glory
Original Air Date—19 March 1988
The Enterprise searches for answers as to why 3 Klingon warriors were the only survivors aboard a freighter just inside the neutral zone that was attacked by what seemed to be Ferengi ship.

Season 1, Episode 20: The Arsenal of Freedom
Original Air Date—9 April 1988
The Enterprise encounters a planet long dead, but technical equipment still functions for the purpose of selling off its arsenal, along with self sufficiency.

Season 1, Episode 21: Symbiosis
Original Air Date—16 April 1988
The Enterprise encounters two neighboring cultures, one suffering from a plague, the other marketing a cure, and learn that nothing is as simple as it seems.

Season 1, Episode 22: Skin of Evil
Original Air Date—23 April 1988
While en route back to the Enterprise, the shuttle craft carrying Counselor Troi loses power and gets caught in a planet's gravity well, where, with the pilot dead, she encounters the real reason why she's stranded on the planet: a large pool of oil, able to assume many forms and capable of great power, and sentient, but very evil in nature.

Season 1, Episode 23: We'll Always Have Paris
Original Air Date—30 April 1988
The crew of the Enterprise races against time, itself, when a scientist experiments with time, and claims to have opened a window into another dimension, which must be closed. And Picard races against his past, as the scientist's wife turns out to be an old flame that almost turned him away from Starfleet.

Season 1, Episode 24: Conspiracy
Original Air Date—7 May 1988
After diverting to a secret meeting with an old friend and some of Starfleet's finest commanders, Picard finds the Horatio blown to bits just hours after the meeting and he returns the Enterprise to Earth looking for answers.

Season 1, Episode 25: The Neutral Zone
Original Air Date—14 May 1988
"Days of Yesteryear" would be a more appropriate title, as Data finds an old ship in space that's been there for years, with 3 people who've been frozen for over 400 years. Meanwhile, Starfleet sends the Enterprise to the edge of the Romulan neutral zone, where star bases and their personnel have disappeared after decades of no contact between the Federation and the Romulans.

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: The Child
Original Air Date—19 November 1988
Deanna is impregnated by a unknown alien life-form, and Dr. Katherine Pulaski joins the Enterprise as the ship's new Chief Medical Officer.

Season 2, Episode 2: Where Silence Has Lease
Original Air Date—26 November 1988
The Enterprise encounters a mysterious void in space and when they move in closer to investigate further, it envelops them and they can't get out.

Season 2, Episode 3: Elementary, Dear Data
Original Air Date—3 December 1988
During an adventure on the holodeck, in which Data is portraying Sherlock Holmes, Geordi asks the computer to create a Moriarty adversary capable of defeating Data. Since the request specifies that Moriarty should be greater than *Data* himself (and not the Holmes character), the resulting character proves himself capable of far exceeding their expectations...

Season 2, Episode 4: The Outrageous Okona
Original Air Date—10 December 1988
The Enterprise rescues the captain of a broken-down freighter, only to become involved in a dispute between feuding worlds--each demanding custody of their guest. Data seeks help from Guinan in understanding humor.

Season 2, Episode 5: Loud as a Whisper
Original Air Date—7 January 1989
The crew ferries a deaf mediator to Solais V to negotiate an end to a civil war.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Schizoid Man
Original Air Date—21 January 1989
Data's "grandfather", Dr. Ira Graves, is close to death. Dr. Graves transfers his mind, will and emotions into Data and expires. Data now has two personalities, his own being slowly erased by that of Dr Graves. Thus, Data is "The Schizoid Man".

Season 2, Episode 7: Unnatural Selection
Original Air Date—28 January 1989
The Enterprise responds to a distress call from the USS Lantree, and find her crew dead, apparently from old age. The investigation leads them to a research station on Gagarin IV, where Pulaski and the station's staff undergo rapid aging from genetically enhanced children.

Season 2, Episode 8: A Matter of Honor
Original Air Date—4 February 1989
Commander Riker's loyalties are put to the test when he is assigned to a Klingon vessel that plans to attack the Enterprise. In the meantime, a visiting alien fails to report a serious problem because his culture expects him also to provide a solution, and he does not yet have one.

Season 2, Episode 9: The Measure of a Man
Original Air Date—11 February 1989
When Data resigns his commission rather than be dismantled for examination by an inadequately skilled scientist, a formal hearing is convened to determine whether Data is considered property without rights or is a sentient being.

Season 2, Episode 10: The Dauphin
Original Air Date—18 February 1989
A pretty girl, Salia, comes aboard the Enterprise with her diminutive guardian. She is to be taken to her home planet where she will fulfill her duty as the one to bring peace to the warring factions. Wesley falls for the girl and is no good to anyone as he woos her. Later we find she and her guardian are allomorphs, what in later sci-fi series are called shape shifters. Her guardian transforms into a monster that takes on Worf, and wins. Salia's natural form is something not as attractive to Wes, souring his ardor.

Season 2, Episode 11: Contagion
Original Air Date—18 March 1989
The "Enterprise" is called to help a sister ship - in the neutral zone - that is having major system problems. They are able to download the ship's logs from a distance. Unfortunately, the ship is destroyed before they arrive. Then problems start to happen with the Enterprise's computer systems - and then the Romulans show up.

Season 2, Episode 12: The Royale
Original Air Date—25 March 1989
The Enterprise discovers debris from a mid 21st century NASA spacecraft around a inhospitable planet. They then discover a zone of breathable area with a structure on it. When Riker, Worf and Data beam down they are trapped in a mid 80's Las Vegas Casino that is based around a poorly written novel entitled 'The Hotel Royale.'

Season 2, Episode 13: Time Squared
Original Air Date—1 April 1989
The Enterprise comes upon a disabled Federation Shuttle containing one life sign. When they bring it on board they discover that it contains an unconscious duplicate Picard. The plot thickens when they discover that the duplicate Picard is from six hours in the future and that he is the only survivor from his Enterprise's destruction.

Season 2, Episode 14: The Icarus Factor
Original Air Date—22 April 1989
Riker's delight at being offered a command of the USS Aries turns to frustration when the man sent to prepare him for his mission is his estranged father; Worf's behavior leads Wesley to delve into Klingon tradition.

Season 2, Episode 15: Pen Pals
Original Air Date—29 April 1989
The Enterprise is investigating the Drema region of space, where the planets are tearing themselves apart. During Data's investigation of signals he becomes pen pals with a little girl named Sarjenka who lives on Drema IV. When Data discovers that her planet is in danger of imminent destruction, he informs the Captain that he has been breaking the Prime Directive by talking to someone from a planet without space travel. Meanwhile, William Riker puts Wesley Crusher in charge of the mineral surveys to determine what's causing the quakes and volcanic eruptions on Drema IV in order to further Wesley's education as a Starfleet ensign. Wesley is talked out of ordering a time-consuming analysis by the older crew members under his command. After talking to Riker, Wesley gains the confidence to order the tests, which quickly reveal the cause of the geological disturbances, and Picard agrees to help save the planet. After Data loses his connection to the girl, he beams down to the planet to find her and returns her to the ship. The Enterprise saves the planet, and after the girl's mind is wiped of the memories of Data, she is beamed back to her now-safe planet.

Season 2, Episode 16: Q Who?
Original Air Date—6 May 1989
Q tries to prove that Picard needs him as part of their crew by hurling the Enterprise 7,000 light years away where they encounter the Borg for the first time.

Season 2, Episode 17: Samaritan Snare
Original Air Date—13 May 1989
With Picard away for routine surgery, the Enterprise responds to an apparent distress call from a Pakled vessel.

Season 2, Episode 18: Up the Long Ladder
Original Air Date—20 May 1989
An urgent distress signal, leads the U.S.S. Enterprise to save a lost colony about to be destroyed by stellar flares. The Bringloidi colony - which consists of over 200 humans and their animals. - had rejected modern science and was living a pre-industrial Irish life. The entire population is transported to the Enterprise. Piccard learns that the original, colony ship was shared with a science-oriented group. The other lost colony is located near by. The enterprise crew learns that the entire Mariposan society is composed of clones made from the five crew members who survived their ship's crash landing. Unfortunately, due to Replicative Fading, they will soon be unable to clone themselves and their society will die. The U.S.S. Enterprise officers are asked to donate their DNA so they can clone new citizens - which is refused. The Mariposans then render Riker and Dr Pulaski unconscious and take the DNA. Upon returning to the U.S.S. Enterprise, Dr. Pulaski discovers that both she and Riker are missing cells so they beam down and destroy their developing clones. Picard suggests that the two colony merge and breed naturally. Initially reluctant, both sides agree.

Season 2, Episode 19: Manhunt
Original Air Date—17 June 1989
Deanna Troi's Mother - Lwaxana Troi - shows up on the Enterprise with the plan to marry Captain Jean-Luc Picard. When Captain Picard hides in the holodeck. She announces she is engaged to Commander William T. Riker. When Lwaxana finds them both in the holodeck she falls for a holodeck character.

Season 2, Episode 20: The Emissary
Original Air Date—24 June 1989
The Enterprise beams aboard an emissary from Starfleet Command. She informs them that a Klingon vessel - the T'Ong - whose crew has been in cryogenic sleep for almost a century. When they awake they will still believe that the Klingon's are at war with the Federation and since they will be near some Federation outposts, which they would immediately attack. Unknown to the crew of the Enterprise Worf and K'Ehleyr - a half-human, half-Klingon female - were once linked romantically. Picard asked them to come up with a plan to stop the Klingon ship, they argue and K'Ehleyr storms out. K'Ehleyr goes to the Holodeck and selects Worf's calisthenics program - which is a battle against deadly aliens. Worf joins her for the exercise. After winning the battle and the resulting intimacy, Worf asks her to take the Klingon oath of marriage, which traditionally follows intimacy, but she refuses. Then Enterprise approaches the T'Ong. Worf dressed in full Klingon Captain's regalia and presents himself to the T'Ong as the captain of the Enterprise. He convinces that the Klingons are now members of the Federation. As K'Ehleyr prepares to take command of the Klingon vessel Worf and her reconcile their differences.

Season 2, Episode 21: Peak Performance
Original Air Date—8 July 1989
The Enterprise crew is ordered to participates in an elaborate Federation war game - in preparation for the Borg - in which Riker will command an inferior 80 year old ship. The Enterprise is joined by Kolrami who is a battle strategist from Zakdorn, who are know as having the most strategic minds in the known galaxy. Kolrami doesn't believe Riker is any good. However, Riker does a number of clever tricks to even the odds of the mock battle, but then a Ferengi battleship decides to join in since the Enterprise's weapons are off line for the war game. Riker and Picard trick the Ferengi and they flee. Kolarmi then agrees that Riker is one of the best.

Season 2, Episode 22: Shades of Gray
Original Air Date—15 July 1989
Riker is injured on an away mission and is infected with a "virus" that binds to his nerves. The virus quickly grows and he is close to death and falls into a coma. In order to keep him alive Doctor Pulaski stimulates his brain and Riker starts dreaming (flashbacks) about happy times from the previous shows. Troi and Doctor Pulaski quickly discover that the type of brain stimulation affects the emotions of the dream which in turn affects the virus and as they try stimulating different parts of the brain the result is different kinds of flashbacks and affects on the virus. They finally find that the fear emotion kills the virus and they stimulate the fear center and the virus is killed.

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: Evolution
Original Air Date—23 September 1989
When the Enterprise becomes subject to a series of glitches, the crew desperately try to find the cause of the glitches so as to help a scientist fulfill his lifelong ambition to see and to explore a very rare natural phenomenon which occurs once every 196 years.

Season 3, Episode 2: The Ensigns of Command
Original Air Date—30 September 1989
A reclusive alien race, the Sheliac, notify the Federation that a small human colony has been discovered on a planet in their space. Under the treaty between the Sheliac and the Federation, the Enterprise has only a few days to evacuate the colony before the Sheliac destroy it. While Picard pleads for more time, Data is sent to warn the colonists. But the colonists, who have worked hard to make the planet their home, refuse to go.

Season 3, Episode 3: The Survivors
Original Air Date—7 October 1989
The Enterprise responds to a distress call from Rana IV, a Federation colony that is under attack from an unknown alien ship. When they arrive, they find the entire surface of the planet destroyed, save for a single house and two occupants.

Season 3, Episode 4: Who Watches the Watchers
Original Air Date—14 October 1989
A proto-Vulcan culture worships Captain Picard and prepares to offer Counselor Troi as a sacrifice.

Season 3, Episode 5: The Bonding
Original Air Date—21 October 1989
A startling surprise awaits the crew of the Enterprise when a mission costs the life of a crew member, who left her son behind.

Season 3, Episode 6: Booby Trap
Original Air Date—28 October 1989
The Enterprise picks up ancient radio signal code from the ruined planet Aurelius 9, remnant of the total war over 1,000 years ago between Mentaurs and Promelians which caused both races' extinction. They find a Promelian battle-cruiser still floats in an asteroid field, so Picard, Data and Lieutenant Worf beam inside, finding a message from the captain he alone takes blame for all casualties. Barely back on board, they learn the Enterprise is immobilized by an energy-draining radiation field, the very booby trap that killed the Promelian ship's crew, which will within hours destroy the deflector shields, after which casualties will be massive. While running urgent simulations of the Enterprise's engine abilities on the holodeck, Lieutenant Commander Geordi LaForge, who recently saw his meticulously prepared dream-date fall trough, finds himself unusually taken with a holographic simulacrum of the late Dr. Leah Brahms, the Enterprise's engine designer. Data restores other bits from the wreck's captain's recordings, enough to guess how the energy-drain works, but the possible counter-move holds big risks, indeed makes it worse- is timing the key, as rapid as only a computer-simulated entity manages?

Season 3, Episode 7: The Enemy
Original Air Date—4 November 1989
LaForge gets left behind on a storm-plagued planet when the rest of his team encounters a Romulan warrior.

Season 3, Episode 8: The Price
Original Air Date—11 November 1989
While the Enterprise hosts negotiations for control of a stable wormhole, Troi forms a personal relationship with an opposing negotiator, unaware of his true being.

Season 3, Episode 9: The Vengeance Factor
Original Air Date—18 November 1989
The Enterprise pursues a race of "gatherers" who continue to raid Federation outposts, unaware of the dangers lurking among them.

Season 3, Episode 10: The Defector
Original Air Date—30 December 1989
When a Romulan officer defects to the Federation with a warning of a impending invasion, Capt. Picard struggles to decide if he is to be believed.

Season 3, Episode 11: The Hunted
Original Air Date—6 January 1990
Investigating a planet applying for membership into the Federation, the crew of the Enterprise finds a group of inhabitants who used to be soldiers, but now fight for their very existence.

Season 3, Episode 12: The High Ground
Original Air Date—27 January 1990
While visiting a planet under civil war, Dr. Crusher is taken hostage by an opposing faction of the planet's ruling government.

Season 3, Episode 13: Déjà Q
Original Air Date—3 February 1990
Much to Picard's displeasure, Q reappears on the Enterprise, claiming to have been ejected from the Q Continuum, and therefore, lost his powers.

Season 3, Episode 14: A Matter of Perspective
Original Air Date—10 February 1990
The widow of respected scientist Dr. Nel Apgar accuses Riker of seducing her and killing her husband. Rather then turn Riker over for unfavorable trial, the Enterprise reconstructs the facts.

Season 3, Episode 15: Yesterday's Enterprise
Original Air Date—17 February 1990
The Enterprise C enters the Enterprise D's time and space continuum, where they find Picard and crew in a constant state of war with the Klingons, and only Guinan knows it.

Season 3, Episode 16: The Offspring
Original Air Date—10 March 1990
After returning from a cybernetics conference to the Enterprise, Data creates his own "child," much to the chagrin of his captain, and without regards to the ramifications with Starfleet.

Season 3, Episode 17: Sins of the Father
Original Air Date—17 March 1990
A Klingon commander boards the Enterprise in an officer exchange program initiated by Starfleet, much to the chagrin of the crew.

Season 3, Episode 18: Allegiance
Original Air Date—24 March 1990
Picard is kidnapped and held with three different aliens and meanwhile replaced with a replica as impostor captain.

Season 3, Episode 19: Captain's Holiday
Original Air Date—31 March 1990
After mediating a difficult peace agreement, Captain Picard is encouraged to take a much needed rest on a vacationing planet, where he's visited by a strange race from the future, in search of a dangerous weapon.

Season 3, Episode 20: Tin Man
Original Air Date—21 April 1990
The Enterprise reaches out to an alien being, while dancing around with the Romulans, who want to attack it in an act of vengeance.

Season 3, Episode 21: Hollow Pursuits
Original Air Date—28 April 1990
A shy member of the "Enterprise" crew becomes addicted to the holodeck, where relationships are easier there than in real life, when his knowledge is needed in engineering.

Season 3, Episode 22: The Most Toys
Original Air Date—5 May 1990
When transporting a dangerous material to the Enterprise, Data is kidnapped and the crew is led to believe he is dead when the shuttlecraft he was piloting explodes enroute.

Season 3, Episode 23: Sarek
Original Air Date—12 May 1990
Legendary Federation ambassador Sarek visits the Enterprise to conclude peace talks with a race called the Legarans. His arrival is accompanied with a rash of unusual emotional outbursts among the crew.

Season 3, Episode 24: Ménage à Troi
Original Air Date—26 May 1990
When Deanna's mother spurns advances made by a Ferengi Daimon, he takes it upon himself to kidnap the two of them, along with Commander Riker and steal them away aboard his ship.

Season 3, Episode 25: Transfigurations
Original Air Date—2 June 1990
The Enterprise finds a deserted planet where a ship has crashed, and, with it, the lone survivor with no memory, but extraordinary healing powers.

Season 3, Episode 26: The Best of Both Worlds: Part 1
Original Air Date—16 June 1990
Responding to a distress call on one of the Federation's outer-most colonies, the Enterprise arrives...only to find a big hole in the ground where the town used to be, and discovers the Borg are behind the attack.

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 1: The Best of Both Worlds: Part 2
Original Air Date—22 September 1990
Commander Riker had no choice as acting captain but fire full force on the Borg starship, despite Picard being on board of it, altered to a Borg calling himself Locutus, both ships are damaged. Emergency repairs shouldn't take too long to make the appointment with Admiral J. P. Hanson, who announces Klingons coming to the rescue, but Picard seems lost forever: Riker is granted full command. Technology is adapted to render it unpredictable, such as randomized phaser settings. Hanson's communications are cut, the war must be going badly. To avoid musical chairs, Borg expert Lieutenant Commander Elizabeth Paula Shelby is acting XO. Locutus refuses to come to terms, separation and fire are engaged, including anti-matter spread. Data and Dorn beam into the Borg ship, overpower and get Locutus into a shuttle and beam aboard before it's shot down. If Crusher can awake Picard, he may now have decisive Borg info, but meanwhile declares himself Borg spokesman. While earth's own solar system is being invaded, Data finds out Borg mind coordination happens over frequencies; Crusher and Data try to access both man and machine, using a neuro-link to Data, still links aren't severed despite Picard reaching out, which teaches them the Borg cannot disconnect a member, Data hopes to reverse control...

Season 4, Episode 2: Family
Original Air Date—29 September 1990
After defeating the Borg, the crew of the Enterprise experiences shore leave in various ways. Captain Picard's return to his family's vineyard in France has some extraordinary repercussions following his time spent as a member of the Borg collective.

Season 4, Episode 3: Brothers
Original Air Date—6 October 1990
After an accident aboard the Enterprise leaves one of its children in grave danger, Data commandeers the Enterprise, driven to take him to an unknown origin, where an interesting figures awaits.

Season 4, Episode 4: Suddenly Human
Original Air Date—13 October 1990
On a rescue mission to an alien shipwrecked training mission, they discover one of its trainees to be a human.

Season 4, Episode 5: Remember Me
Original Air Date—20 October 1990
Dr. Crusher's fear of losing loved ones becomes real when her worries create an alternate reality.

Season 4, Episode 6: Legacy
Original Air Date—27 October 1990
The crew of the Enterprise enters into orbit around the home planet of their former crew-mate, Tasha Yar, where they encounter her sister.

Season 4, Episode 7: Reunion
Original Air Date—3 November 1990
When the head of the Klingon high council passes on, Picard finds himself in the middle of the struggle for the now-vacant position. Meanwhile, Worf re-unites with a past love, only to find he now has a son.

Season 4, Episode 8: Future Imperfect
Original Air Date—10 November 1990
Riker has to quit his birthday party during a so far uneventful patrol voyage at the Neutral Zone to head an away team when a Romulan secret base is found on a planet which was believed uninhabited. He awakes 16 years later, as widowed captain of the Enterprise, just cured after 9 years of viral amnesia, with a son Jean-Luc. Even Picard, now an admiral who came to conduct with Riker, given his forgotten dealing with them, historical peace negotiations with the Romulans, loses all authority over him when he finally finds his late wife's image on the strangely slow-responsive computer...

Season 4, Episode 9: Final Mission
Original Air Date—17 November 1990
Before leaving for Starfleet Academy, Wesley Crusher accompanies Captain Picard on a dangerous mission.

Season 4, Episode 10: The Loss
Original Air Date—29 December 1990
As an unknown force drags the Enterprise, Deanna Troi struggles with the loss of her powers.

Season 4, Episode 11: Data's Day
Original Air Date—5 January 1991
Data tries to comprehend the complex emotions between O'Brien and Keiko, who are about to be married.

Season 4, Episode 12: The Wounded
Original Air Date—26 January 1991
After being fired upon by a Cardassian vessel, Picard races against time to find out the facts behind the Cardassian commander's claim that the Federation attacked one of their outposts.

Season 4, Episode 13: Devil's Due
Original Air Date—2 February 1991
While answering a distress call, Picard finds himself not sure of exactly who he is dealing with, but he's sure he's NOT dealing with the planet's version of The Devil, as she claims to be.

Season 4, Episode 14: Clues
Original Air Date—9 February 1991
Effects of passing through a wormhole give the Enterprise crew a sense that they were unconscious for more than the thirty seconds they've been led to believe.

Season 4, Episode 15: First Contact
Original Air Date—16 February 1991
Commander William Riker has been on an acculturation mission under an alias for months on the Arkonian planet, surgically altered to appear like a local, but he gets badly wounded, beyond their medical skills because his internal organs are unknown to them. Captain Jean-Luc Picard decides to speed up his official diplomatic approach, formally the First Contact, and intercede on Riker's behalf, but they are told by a fascinated open-minded Atkonian scientist that her planet's culture is particularly xenophobic so they reject any alien being as being unequal to them. The Arkonian government keeps the matter secret but is internally divided: while the chancellor Durken is in favor of Riker's release without the people finding out and establishing friendly relations with the Federation, his powerful security minister Krola is prepared to go to any length to preserve their traditional way of life, so he finds Riker and fakes his own murder....

Season 4, Episode 16: Galaxy's Child
Original Air Date—9 March 1991
While the Enterprise is in a star-base, Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge gets a very special visitor, brilliant engineering designer Dr. Leah Brahms, who he feels to know almost intimately as a 'hologram version' of herself with 'whom' he bonded. However the real Brahms proves icy and arrogantly unwilling to consider any of Gordi's empirical findings could conceivably stand against her theoretically impermeable truth. They take on the challenge to collaborate and learn to know each-other better, but when Gordi shows her his hologram version of her, Brahms feels almost pornographically 'abused', one prejudiced insult too many for him. Meanwhile Picard, his bridge officers and Dr. Crusher have a very different problem, a strange life form which approaches, but dies, however is found to have 'given birth' to a baby version inside its corps, which must be separated to stand a chance of survival and contact with the Federation. When that succeeds, 'junior' instinctively identifies the Enterprise as its mother, and locks on, draining energy trough the hull, which is only safely sustainable for a few hours; only after Gordi and Brahms join the bridge, its relevant normal mode of life in an asteroid field is revealed and the duo comes up with an idea...

Season 4, Episode 17: Night Terrors
Original Air Date—16 March 1991
The Enterprise has finally tracked the missing starship USS Britain. Counselor Deanna Troi senses trouble with the life on board and joins Riker's boarding party. The crew was slashed to death; the only survivor, Betazoid Ensign Peeples, is in shock. Doctor Beverly Crusher 's autopsy concludes 34 crewmen killed each-other with phasers and other weapons, even bare hands; a tape recorded a paranoiac fear among them. While the Enterprise tows the Britain to the nearest star-base, its own crewmen starts sensing another presence and experiencing rising fear, plausibly working up to dangerous paranoia. The ship itself gets stuck in a rift in space; Data finds the Britain tried to escape from the same with a blast, the technicians have a hard time finding a better alternative, at Picard's request with (fear-immune android) Data temporarily in command. Meanwhile Dr. Crusher gets nightmarish hallucinations herself but concludes from a chemical imbalance that all the humans have stopped getting REM sleep and therefore dreams (only Betazoids Troi and the survivor have nightmares), which is driving them insane, Worf is the first to nearly commit suicide. Then Troi finds her vision of eyes in the dark is identical to the surviving ensign Peeples's, not a nightmare but a message from other victims; she hopes to communicate with them by 'directed dreaming'...

Season 4, Episode 18: Identity Crisis
Original Air Date—23 March 1991
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge and an old friend fight to defeat a parasite that is trying to transform them into another species.

Season 4, Episode 19: The Nth Degree
Original Air Date—30 March 1991
When assigned to investigate an unknown probe, Lt. Barclay is electrocuted through a shuttlecraft's computer, where he receives an unexplainable boost of confidence and a vast increase in his knowledge.

Season 4, Episode 20: Qpid
Original Air Date—20 April 1991
The Enterprise is at Tegus 3, to host the Federation archaeologists council's annual symposium, where Picard is to give the key-note lecture on its enigmatic ruins, now forbidden to outsiders. To his surprise he's visited by Vash, a flirtatious girl-friend, displeased to learn he never mentioned her to any crew-member, who is now on the council. Another visit gets the coldest welcome: almost almighty Q, who ridicules Picard's speech and decides to 'repay' saving his life and Continuum membership by transforming Picard and his accompanying crew-members during the speech into Robin Hood and his merry men, challenged to save maid Marian -Varsh- from execution ordered the next morning by Sir Guy Gisbourne, as Q declares as high sheriff. Picard engages in rescue from Nottingham castle, but soon finds his modern maid is no passive damsel in distress, even takes to the game far better then him...

Season 4, Episode 21: The Drumhead
Original Air Date—27 April 1991
A retired admiral boards the Enterprise in an effort to determine the actions aboard the ship surrounding and act of sabotage and possible treason.

Season 4, Episode 22: Half a Life
Original Air Date—4 May 1991
Counselor Troi's mother visits the Enterprise and becomes infatuated with a man who's culture forces him into a suicidal ritual called "The Resolution."

Season 4, Episode 23: The Host
Original Air Date—11 May 1991
Dr. Crusher falls for someone who's not at all what she expects him to be.

Season 4, Episode 24: The Mind's Eye
Original Air Date—25 May 1991
Geordi is brainwashed by the Romulans to assassinate a Klingon ambassador.

Season 4, Episode 25: In Theory
Original Air Date—1 June 1991
When a female crew member is infatuated with Lieutenant Commander Data, he decides to give a romantic relationship a try. Also, the Enterprise finds itself having to maneuver through a dangerous nebula.

Season 4, Episode 26: Redemption: Part 1
Original Air Date—15 June 1991
Both Capt. Picard and Lt. Worf must decide where their priorities lie as the Klingon Empire descends into civil war.

Season 5

Season 5, Episode 1: Redemption: Part 2
Original Air Date—21 September 1991
As Worf fights in the Klingon Civil War, Capt. Picard and his crew must stop the Romulans from helping their pawns win it.

Season 5, Episode 2: Darmok
Original Air Date—28 September 1991
Picard must learn to communicate with a race that speaks in metaphor under a difficult set of circumstances.

Season 5, Episode 3: Ensign Ro
Original Air Date—5 October 1991
Captain Picard foils a plot against the Bajorians with his new Bajorian officer, Ensign Ro.

Season 5, Episode 4: Silicon Avatar
Original Air Date—12 October 1991
While Frakes, Data, Crusher and various other crew enjoy a recreational day on an earth-like human colony, they are hit by an electrical storm but succeed in hiding safely in a cave they make collapse after Frakes recognizes it's an attack of the feared crystalline entity. After their release, xenologist Dr. Kila Marr is brought in, who specializes in studying the creature which needs to destroy an entire community to feed on given its immense energy consumption. Picard forces her to take Data in the investigatory team, although she suspects he might be in league with it as his brother was, but comes to appreciate his objective scientific input and even takes a liking to him after learning he has and can evoke many memories of the victims of an earlier crystalline attack in which her son Remi perished. Despite a new crystalline attack destroying a space-ship, the crew decides to attempt communicating and works out to do so be graviton beam, in which experiment Dr. Marr takes part...

Season 5, Episode 5: Disaster
Original Air Date—19 October 1991
While the Enterprise enjoys a rest, just when elementary school science prize winners Patterson Supera, Jay Gordon Graas and Marissa Flores visit the ship, it's reduced to impulse power by hitting a quantum singularity, so people are trapped in different compartments and face various damage there needing attention. Gordie and Dr. Crusher have to deal with a corrosion threat by damage to the ship's skin, which starts a very toxic chemical reaction on the hole; Data and Riker face an electric field blocking their way which Data passes at the price of decapitation, and must be repaired on the spot; Worf is with pregnant Keiko O'Brien, who gets contractions, so he'll have to deliver; the wounded captain and the school children must climb to the power supply in the ship's core; Troi decides as highest in rank on the bridge, without technical expertise, not to give up an possible survivors in engineering despite the risk not closing it off causes for the whole ship...

Season 5, Episode 6: The Game
Original Air Date—26 October 1991
Wesley Crusher returns to the Enterprise on vacation from the Academy only to discover a mysterious alien game infiltrating and controlling the crew.

Season 5, Episode 7: Unification: Part 1
Original Air Date—2 November 1991
Picard and Data follow Spock into Romulan space on a dangerous mission.

Season 5, Episode 8: Unification: Part 2
Original Air Date—9 November 1991
Picard is found on Romulus by senator Pardel, who brings him to ambassador Spock, who explains his secret 'cowboy diplomacy' is about the off chance of a Vulcan-Romulan reunification thanks to an old, recently significantly grown philosophically friendly Romulan underground party, which includes the rising new proconsul Neral, who claims the Romulan senate itself can no longer resist the people's outcry for peace, but is actually in league with Sela. Klingon captain K'Vada isn't amused when Data claims he may be able to crack the Romulan encryption log. Vulcan-human half-blood Spock and android Data exchange views on the virtues of emotional and cool logical qualities. Meanwhile commander Riker's Ferengi investigation for the stolen Vulcan ship continues, starting with the mundane wife of the smuggler who died while pursued and finds a Barolian ship was involved. Spock and Picard fear rightly it all ties together in a Romulan war plot...

Season 5, Episode 9: A Matter of Time
Original Air Date—16 November 1991
Reaching Panthera IV after an asteroid wreaks havoc of catastrophic proportions, the Enterprise crew deals with trying to save the planet as well as deal with someone who claims to be a historian from the future.

Season 5, Episode 10: New Ground
Original Air Date—4 January 1992
Geordi can barely curtail his enthusiasm at being able to test out a new theory of transportation, as Worf's mother boards the Enterprise with his son and news that Worf's Earthly parents can no longer care for him.

Season 5, Episode 11: Hero Worship
Original Air Date—25 January 1992
Data rescues a boy, and in a way to repress his own pain, the boy begins to mimic Data's "personality"

Season 5, Episode 12: Violations
Original Air Date—1 February 1992
Transporting three Ullian mind-probing historians, the Enterprise crew is stymied when some of its members fall into a coma. Deanna Troi, the first crew member to come through it, cannot recall anything surrounding the incident.

Season 5, Episode 13: The Masterpiece Society
Original Air Date—8 February 1992
The Enterprise is on a mission to warn the human colony of an artificial paradisiac biosphere on planet Moab 4's southern colony of the approach of a massive stellar fragment, which will impact with seismic force causing a tectonic disaster. However its competent, considerate leader Aaron Conor refuses to evacuate, confident their biosphere can withstand earthquakes. He does allow a small Enterprise party to visit their society, which they believe far superior after eight generations of selective breeding which nearly eliminated the remaining human risk factors. Despite their rigid rule never to leave, scientist Hannah Bates is allowed to come aboard to work out a method to deflect the approaching fragment jointly with Geordi, who as blind man would not even have been born in their society, by a tractor beam and updates to the biosphere itself. Picard disapproves of genetic 'predisposition' on principle, Troi becomes platonic intimate with Conor, who would be prepared to accept her even as genetically inferior mate. The deflection works at the last second before energy would have been fatally overcharged: the colony is safe from impact, but Hannah reports fatal tectonic damage, which Geordi soon finds to be faked in order to get out of controlled life. She and others want asylum aboard, but the colony's delicate balance can't cope with such change. Conor, although in fact tempted himself, feels guilty and desperately tries to save the society...

Season 5, Episode 14: Conundrum
Original Air Date—15 February 1992
When an approaching alien ship wipes their memory, the crew struggles to put back together what happened.

Season 5, Episode 15: Power Play
Original Air Date—22 February 1992
A long-lost ship is found on a planet where cosmic storms prevented detection for 200 years. When a surface landing goes wrong, the away team is beamed back...with a few extra surprises.

Season 5, Episode 16: Ethics
Original Air Date—29 February 1992
After an accident that leaves him no longer able to walk, Worf asks Riker to help him commit suicide.

Season 5, Episode 17: The Outcast
Original Air Date—14 March 1992
While aiding an androgynous race who lost a couple of members in an unmapped region of space, Riker falls for one of them, which can lead to trouble if detected, since the alien race does not endorse gender specificity.

Season 5, Episode 18: Cause and Effect
Original Air Date—21 March 1992
The Enterprise gets caught in a time loop which always has one result: total destruction of the ship, itself.

Season 5, Episode 19: The First Duty
Original Air Date—28 March 1992
En route to the commencement exercises at Starfleet Academy on Earth, where Captain Picard is the keynote speaker when the crew learns of a deadly flight accident involving the Enterprise's own Wesley Crusher.

Season 5, Episode 20: Cost of Living
Original Air Date—18 April 1992
Shortly after the Enterprise saves a planet from an asteroid impact by exploding it, the ship experiences strange break-downs which are ultimately attributed to an impossible to detect timely metal parasite, which will destroy it unless eliminated, so Data suggests luring it to an asteroid. Deanna Troi counsels Worf to deal with his son Alexander's authority problems by drawing up a two-ways contract on paternal and filial rights and obligations, but is still practically terrified to hear her overbearing and impulsive mother, ambassador Lwaxana, announces her own arrival, soon meddling with the educational contract, and that of a planet's Third Minister Campio whom she decided to marry solely based on computerized profiles, but finds less compatible once he and his protocol master Erko arrive for the wedding...

Season 5, Episode 21: The Perfect Mate
Original Air Date—25 April 1992
The Enterprise is unwittingly used to present a unique gift to an alien race: a beautiful empath who's sole purpose is to please her mate. Problems arise when coming out of stasis early in the voyage she imprints herself in many ways on a particular Enterprise crewman.

Season 5, Episode 22: Imaginary Friend
Original Air Date—2 May 1992
While investigating a nebula clustered around a star, the Enterprise encounters a sentient being who appears only in the form of an imaginary friend to a little girl, whose father just transferred to the ship. But the crew take the imaginary friend as just a phase for her and disregard the threat.

Season 5, Episode 23: I, Borg
Original Air Date—9 May 1992
The Enterprise finds a lone Borg drone, separated from the collective, and brings him aboard. The drone begins to reassert his individuality, but his presence causes differing levels of fear and sympathy from various crew members.

Season 5, Episode 24: The Next Phase
Original Air Date—16 May 1992
A transporter malfunction, combined with a Romulan ship under stress and a damaged cloaking device, creates the illusion that Ensign Ro and Geordi are dead, but Geordi doesn't believe it to be so, and he acts accordingly.

Season 5, Episode 25: The Inner Light
Original Air Date—30 May 1992
Picard awakes to find himself living in a small village where he is a well-known member of the community who is suffering from a delusion of being a starship captain.

Season 5, Episode 26: Time's Arrow: Part 1
Original Air Date—13 June 1992
Capt. Picard and his archaeological curiosity are called upon by scientists from Earth when they find evidence to support beliefs that aliens had visited Earth in the late 1800's.

Season 6

Season 6, Episode 1: Time's Arrow: Part 2
Original Air Date—19 September 1992
Picard and crew follow Data back to the 1800's to get him back, only to find the suspected alien visitors killing people of that time.

Season 6, Episode 2: Realm of Fear
Original Air Date—26 September 1992
Overcoming his fear of transporter, Lt. Barclay joins an away team, only to find something in the beam with him.

Season 6, Episode 3: Man of the People
Original Air Date—3 October 1992
When the Enterprise comes to the rescue of an ambassador and his "mother," Deanna finds herself attracted to him, and seeks to comfort him upon her death.

Season 6, Episode 4: Relics
Original Air Date—10 October 1992
The Enterprise stumbles upon a Dyson's Sphere, with a ship crashed on the outer surface. An away team finds some systems still powered up and the chief engineer from the old Enterprise, Montgomery Scott, locked in the transporter cycle.

Season 6, Episode 5: Schisms
Original Air Date—17 October 1992
Commander Riker's inability fall asleep begins to show in other members of the crew in other forms, putting the Enterprise on the trail of a mystery.

Season 6, Episode 6: True Q
Original Air Date—24 October 1992
When an honor student in the medical field is assigned to the Enterprise in an internship manner, she begins to demonstrate powers of the Q, prompting you-know-who to show up.

Season 6, Episode 7: Rascals
Original Air Date—31 October 1992
Returning with three minor female crew members from the planet Marlonia, Picard's shuttle is disintegrated by an energy field; all were beamed aboard just in time, but with a mass loss of 40% and physically rejuvenated to adolescent bodies, while mentally unchanged, yet on Dr. Crusher's warning mental decay may follow, Picard transfers command to Riker indefinitely. Guinan sees it as a change to enjoy youthful pleasures, Ro Laren can't stand remembering life in the refugee camp, Keiko finds her husband just can't act marital with an apparent child; Picard ponders acceptable alternatives: a second youth at the Starfleet Academy and/or archaeological research. The scientists work out how the quartet's DNA was preserved while complementary, age-critical RVS sequences are lacking, and consider a cure based on encouraging experience with plants Keiko was carrying. However while the ship answers a rescue call from a scientific colony, it is captured by renegade Ferengi, who even consider the crew as slave loot. Only Picard's party is left unguarded, appearing inoffensive children, so they decide to keep that cover, helped by real boy Alexander, to counterattack, if they can first get the 'child-lock' on computers lifted...

Season 6, Episode 8: A Fistful of Datas
Original Air Date—7 November 1992
While the crew is experiencing some much needed down time, Worf and his son go on an Old West excursion in the holodeck, where they meet several versions of Data serving as the bad guy after an experiment in Engineering goes wrong.

Season 6, Episode 9: The Quality of Life
Original Air Date—14 November 1992
When Geordi is assigned to survey a new mining development with Dr. Farallon, who invented an experimental mining technology, she uses a new sophisticated robot called an Exocomp to repair a power grid.

Season 6, Episode 10: Chain of Command: Part 1
Original Air Date—12 December 1992
Picard is replaced as captain of the Enterprise so he, Lt. Worf and Dr. Crusher go on a secret mission into Cardassian space. Meanwhile, his replacement, Capt. Jellico, meets his new command with some resistance from the crew.

Season 6, Episode 11: Chain of Command: Part 2
Original Air Date—19 December 1992
Picard's team has been lured to the Cardassian planet Celtris 3's fake 'metagenic' biological weapon-installation where he is captured and interrogated at threat of death and truth-drugged. The Enterprise's present Captain Edward Jellico believes the negotiations with the Cardassians are heading for war, especially now Picard's failed intrusion is reported by the 'scandalized' Cardassians. Picard is stripped naked and suspended by the wrists for a thirsty night before torture by a pain-inducing implant made with a geminite knife. The Cardassians prove to Jellico that Picard is captured but deny the spy POW status, so he'll suffer a terrorist's fate unless the Federation admits starting a war or retreats from the sector. After scanning the Cardassian ship for indications where they were Jellico, Data and Gordi guess right Picard was tricked to betray the Federation defense plans for Minos Kordas and get permission to make a bold counter-move, requiring best pilot Riker, who openly disapproves of Jellico's cold style and attitude. As Picard resists physical pain, psychological torture by lies is used, but he also finds a way to retort there...

Season 6, Episode 12: Ship in a Bottle
Original Air Date—23 January 1993
Diagnosing anomalies in the recreative Sherlock Holmes hologram game programs, Lieutenant Reginald 'Reg' Barclay III discovers protected memory contains the arch-villain character professor James Moriarty, who has become self-conscious and demands fulfillment of a recent promise by the crew that they would think up a way for him to leave the holodeck . To Picard's astonishment, Moriarty proves empirically his will suffices to leave the Holodeck, he even retains a physical body. Picard grants him the benefit of the doubt despite his crimes in fiction, but refuses to grant life to the countess Barthalomew, who was created as his ideal but holographic mate. Moriarty manages to seize control of the Enterprise to force the crew to obey anyhow at pain of total destruction. That still leaves the technological challenge, but Data's logical deduction comes up with an entirely different viewpoint, inspiring another challenge and approach...

Season 6, Episode 13: Aquiel
Original Air Date—30 January 1993
Murderous intrigue abounds for the Enterprise when one of the crew aboard a subspace station is believed dead, and suspected to have taken part in it until the Klingons show up with the young lieutenant, to Geordi's taste.

Season 6, Episode 14: Face of the Enemy
Original Air Date—6 February 1993
Deanna awakes to find herself altered to look like a Romulan, immediately unaware she's involved in a cat-and-mouse game as a member of their intelligence agency.

Season 6, Episode 15: Tapestry
Original Air Date—13 February 1993
Captain Picard incurs serious wounds in a fight, even his artificial heart is gravely damaged. While Dr. Crusher wrestles with the medical consequences, his mind meets Q, who presents him to a parade of people who fell victim to Picard's actions and neglects, from his father and fellow cadets to himself, and offers him the possibility to have a 'second chance' without causing disaster by upsetting time. After Picard's initial refusal claim to have no regrets, Q forces him to acknowledge he made stupid mistakes and fix at least the adolescent one that got him stabbed and slapped in the face as an Academy graduate, or die and by stuck with Q for eternity. His error had been to help fellow Ensign Corey return the cheating at a pool game to a Naussicaan, a strong, badly tempered race, while ruining a friendship by having an affair. This time he stops Corey fighting and dying, but is deemed a coward, losing both's friendship, and returned to the Enterprise an an inconspicuous Junior Grade in an alternative present, no longer a daring action officer in command but a safe, boring analyst, without serious career prospects. Will Q allow him to revert to his risky self, or is it all a sickbed illusion?

Season 6, Episode 16: Birthright: Part 1
Original Air Date—20 February 1993
While the Enterprise helps repair Cardassian damages to space station Deep Space Nine, Worf is offered coordinates by a Eurydian who claims his father didn't die in the battle of Kitomir decades ago but is still in a Romulan prison camp. Initially he refuses to consider his family could thus be dishonored for three generations, but changes his mind after talking to Troi and Data consulting him about the importance of one's father after a serious accidental plasma shock during an experiment with an alien device Geordi and the android helped brilliant station scientist Dr. Julian Bashir perform caused Data to have a vision staging his creator, Dr. Noonien Soong, which he is unable to understand even happening, even less the meaning. When the shock is recreated under controlled conditions, Soong explains the possibilities of dreams and the technological riddle is explained as a surprising humanizing design feature. Meanwhile Worf has forced the Eurydian to bring him to the predator-infested forest surrounding the Romulan camp, but on arrival discovers it's not the kind of hellhole he expected.

Season 6, Episode 17: Birthright: Part 2
Original Air Date—27 February 1993
Having discovered survivors from the Romulan attack on Kittomer (the famed attack that established peace between the Klingons and the Federation), Worf resists becoming one of them, even though he becomes a prisoner, himself. Instead, he begins to teach the younger Klingons about their ancestry and the proud tradition that exists among them, much to the chagrin of the Elders.

Season 6, Episode 18: Starship Mine
Original Air Date—27 March 1993
When the Enterprise puts in to space dock for a energy sweep of the ship which is lethal to humans, Picard gets trapped on board with technicians who are not what they appear to be.

Season 6, Episode 19: Lessons
Original Air Date—3 April 1993
Picard falls for the new head of the stellar science services department, but has feelings of misgivings when he's forced to assign her to a dangerous mission.

Season 6, Episode 20: The Chase
Original Air Date—24 April 1993
The crew of the Enterprise must race against various rival powers to uncover a archaeological secret that explains the predominance of humanoid life forms in the galaxy

Season 6, Episode 21: Frame of Mind
Original Air Date—1 May 1993
Riker begins to question reality when he finds himself in an alien insane asylum and faces the prospect his life on the Enterprise has been a delusion.

Season 6, Episode 22: Suspicions
Original Air Date—8 May 1993
Dr. Crusher puts her career on the line to prove a scientist's theoretical new shielding technology which may have cost him his life.

Season 6, Episode 23: Rightful Heir
Original Air Date—15 May 1993
After being involved with dereliction of duty, Worf is placed on leave and given time to get his personal affairs in order. In the process of doing so, he summons forth Kahlis, the ancient Klingon whom the legends claim will bring the Klingon empire together as one, even though the ancient leader splits the Empire into two.

Season 6, Episode 24: Second Chances
Original Air Date—22 May 1993
A distortion field surrounds a planet, giving one chance every eight years to visit the surface. Riker once had a mission there and their equipment was deserted in an effort to flee from the planet before the distortion returned. Having returned to the planet, he runs into another version of himself...marooned there eight years previous.

Season 6, Episode 25: Timescape
Original Air Date—12 June 1993
Picard, LaForge, Data and Troi return from a sadly boring scientific conference to the Enterprise. They experience weird instances where either one or several of them are perceived to seem frozen in time by the other(s), although both biometrics and technical shuttle diagnostics check out perfectly normal. It soon turns out there is a whole spray of tiny local occurrences of time-space-continuum distortions, most worrying in a pattern pointing at the Enterprise, which they find frozen as well as a Romulan war-bird, which seems to be frozen during an invasion, but once they find a way to get aboard without being sucked-in that appears fake. The source of the distortions is an organism, from another continuum.

Season 6, Episode 26: Descent: Part 1
Original Air Date—19 June 1993
After an encounter with the Borg, Data feels his first emotion when he gets angry with the Borg. Data then tries to find ways to recreate the situation in order to feel emotions again, whilst the Enterprise investigates the Borg activity, and are bewildered as to why they feel emotions too.

Season 7

Season 7, Episode 1: Descent: Part 2
Original Air Date—18 September 1993
Picard, Geordi and Troi try to find a way to escape their cell after being imprisoned by Lore, whilst attempting to convince Data to do what is right as opposed to what his negative emotions (which Lore is feeding him) are compelling him to do. Meanwhile, Riker and Worf attempt to lead a rebellion against the self-aware Borg with help from an old friend...

Season 7, Episode 2: Liaisons
Original Air Date—25 September 1993
When the crew of the Enterprise enters into a diplomatic mission, they find themselves among the ambassadors that are making the situation aboard ship a bit difficult. Meanwhile, Picard's shuttle crashes en route to the ambassador's home system and meets someone who has been marooned on the deserted planet for seven years.

Season 7, Episode 3: Interface
Original Air Date—2 October 1993
Geordi is distracted by the news of the possible loss of his mother while he uses a new remote probe technology to search for a downed spacecraft.

Season 7, Episode 4: Gambit: Part 1
Original Air Date—9 October 1993
While investigating the apparent death of Capt. Picard, Riker is abducted by a group of intergalactic archaeological thieves, only to find Picard has apparently joined their ranks.

Season 7, Episode 5: Gambit: Part 2
Original Air Date—16 October 1993
Riker and Picard must find out why this intergalactic gang is looting archaeological sites.

Season 7, Episode 6: Phantasms
Original Air Date—23 October 1993
Data deals with his new ability to experience nightmares as the Enterprise deals with the installation of a new warp core that won't work as expected.

Season 7, Episode 7: Dark Page
Original Air Date—30 October 1993
While establishing diplomatic relations with an alien race called the Cairn, Deanna's mother experiences a mental breakdown and falls into a coma, and it seems like Deanna is the only one who is able to help her, even if her mother doesn't want it.

Season 7, Episode 8: Attached
Original Air Date—6 November 1993
Captain Picard & Dr. Crusher discover things about one another when they are captured by a opposing alien race, due to the fact that the Enterprise has come to allow the planet's other civilization the choice of being part of the Federation.

Season 7, Episode 9: Force of Nature
Original Air Date—13 November 1993
While searching for a missing Federation medical transport, the Enterprise is accosted by two scientists from a nearby planet who claim that cumulative exposure to warp energy is weakening the fabric of space.

Season 7, Episode 10: Inheritance
Original Air Date—20 November 1993
On Federation planet Atrea IV, Data encounters the former wife of his creator Noonian Soong who claims to be his "mother".

Season 7, Episode 11: Parallels
Original Air Date—27 November 1993
On his return from a bat'leth competition in the Klingon Empire, Worf finds himself shifting realities where events and details are in a constant state of flux and only he is aware of the changes.

Season 7, Episode 12: The Pegasus
Original Air Date—8 January 1994
Riker finds out his former commander from the starship "Pegasus" has orders that entail more than what is revealed to Picard, who thinks the Enterprise is en route to recover the lost ship. And Riker is ordered to secrecy.

Season 7, Episode 13: Homeward
Original Air Date—15 January 1994
In an effort to preserve a race of people on a planet being bombarded by storms that would kill them, Worf's foster brother violates the Prime Directive, leaving the Enterprise crew in a difficult position.

Season 7, Episode 14: Sub Rosa
Original Air Date—29 January 1994
Dr. Crusher meets the man in her dead grandmother's life when she tries to put her affairs in order, whom one of the local people warn her to stay away from by not lighting a candle that has been lit for generations.

Season 7, Episode 15: Lower Decks
Original Air Date—5 February 1994
A mission of the Enterprise as seen through some junior officers who are up for promotions, as questions of duty and honor arise among some of them, such as a Bajoran whom Worf has designated to be promoted to operations.

Season 7, Episode 16: Thine Own Self
Original Air Date—12 February 1994
Data is sent to follow a probe that has drifted off course and crashed on a primitive planet, only to crash on the planet, himself, with no memory of any event prior to crashing on the planet's surface.

Season 7, Episode 17: Masks
Original Air Date—19 February 1994
Investigating a rogue comet that's been traveling throughout the universe for over 87 million years, Picard discovers alien beings within the comet, which infest the computer systems on the Enterprise, as well as Data.

Season 7, Episode 18: Eye of the Beholder
Original Air Date—26 February 1994
As a young lieutenant aboard the Enterprise commits suicide, his ship mates deal with the loss and Deanna deals with feelings surrounding her as she and Worf begin to form a relationship.

Season 7, Episode 19: Genesis
Original Air Date—19 March 1994
When a new torpedo guidance system malfunctions, Picard and Data go chasing after it into an asteroid field, while the crew is left behind to deal with their own strange behaviors.

Season 7, Episode 20: Journey's End
Original Air Date—26 March 1994
After the Federation grants access by the Cardassians to a planet already inhabited by Native American Indians, Picard has the daunting task of relocating them.

Season 7, Episode 21: Firstborn
Original Air Date—23 April 1994
In an effort to help him accept his Klingon heritage, Worf and his son, Alexander, attend an ancient Klingon ceremony.

Season 7, Episode 22: Bloodlines
Original Air Date—30 April 1994
Picard races the Ferengi in an effort to track down the son he never knew he had.

Season 7, Episode 23: Emergence
Original Air Date—7 May 1994
Strange images begin appearing throughout the ship's decks and holodecks. Data and the rest of the crew begin to investigate only to discover that the ship's computer itself is exhibiting the strange behavior as it begins to become self-aware.

Season 7, Episode 24: Preemptive Strike
Original Air Date—14 May 1994
Following her return from Advanced Tactical Training, Ro is sent to infiltrate the Maquis and finds herself torn between her loyalty to Picard and Starfleet and to her sympathy with the Maquis fighting "the good fight".

Season 7, Episode 25: All Good Things...
Original Air Date—21 May 1994
Capt. Picard finds himself shifting continually into the past, future and present and must use that to discover a threat to humanity's existence.

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