Prod # Title Stardate Airdate DS93's Rating
Visitor Rating
Synopsis

721/
101-102
Encounter At Farpoint 41153.7 1987.09.28 * * * *
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En route to Farpoint station to pick up the rest of the Enterprise-D's first crew, the ship encounters a super race who call themselves the Q. The Q question the crew of their humanity and their right to be out among the stars, in his own type of trial (which we learn is not fully resolved until the series finale #277-278 "All Good Things"). Q finally decides to test them on their first mission at Farpoint station. While waiting for the Enterprise at Farpoint, both Commander Riker and Dr. Crusher find their wishes materializing before their eyes. Written by: D.C. Fontana & Gene Roddenberry. Directed by: Corey Allen.
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103 The Naked Now 41209.2 1987.10.05 * * * *
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A disease similar to the one discovered by the original Enterprise crew at Psi 2000 (TOS #7 The Naked Time), gets on board and Wesley takes over the ship, while the assistant chief engineer removes all the isolinear chips, as Dr. Crusher searches for an antidote before a piece of drifting star destroys the Enterprise. Teleplay by: J. Michael Bingham. Story by: John D.F. Black and J. Michael Bingham. Directed by: Paul Lynch.
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104 Code Of Honor 41235.25 1987.10.12 * * ½
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Negotiations for a vaccine to stop a plague on another planet take a turn when Tasha Yar is kidnapped and forced to fight her kidnapper's jealous wife to the death. Written by: Katharyn Powers & Michael Baron. Directed by: Russ Mayberry.
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105 Haven 41294.5 1987.11.30 * * ½
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While visiting planet Haven, Deanna Troi's mother, Lwaxana comes on board after being reminded of her daughter's arranged marriage. However, neither Deanna's mother nor the parents of her fiancé, Wyatt Miller, can decide on a either a human wedding or a naked Betazoid wedding. Meanwhile the woman of Wyatt's dreams is on a plague ship that has entered Haven orbit. Teleplay by: Tracy Tormé. Story by: Tracy Tormé and Lan O'Kun. Directed by: Richard Compton.
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106 Where No One Has Gone Before 41294.5 1987.10.26 * * *
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While new warp theories are being implemented into the ship's engines, a mistake is made and the Enterprise accelerates beyond two galaxies. In an attempt to get back they are pushed even further out into a galaxy where physics is ruled by thought. Also, the abilities of Wesley Crusher are finally recognized and he's made a bridge officer. Written by: Diane Duane & Michael Reaves. Directed by: Rob Bowman.
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107 The Last Outpost 41386.4 1987.10.19 * * ½
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The ship tails a Ferengi vessel that has recently stolen an energy converter. Both ships get stopped arbitrarily and a away team from each ship beams down and tries to con a centuries old guardian after he tests them. Teleplay by: Herbert Wright. Story by: Richard Krzemien. Directed by: Richard Colla.
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108 Lonely Among Us 41249.3 1987.11.02 * *
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While transporting two adversarial sets of dignitaries, the Enterprise examines a dust cloud, but upon leaving it accidentally picks up an energy life-form who starts to take over different areas of the computer as well as officers. Teleplay by: D.C. Fontanna. Story by: Michael Halperin. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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109 Justice 41255.6 1987.11.09 * * * ½
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An away team visits a "perfect" planet to see if it's suitable for shore leave, while the Enterprise faces some sort of strange entity in orbit that probes Data. On the planet, however, Wesley violates a law and is sentenced to death. Teleplay by: Worley Thorne. Story by: Ralph Wills and Worley Thorne. Directed by: James L. Conway.
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110 The Battle 41723.9 1987.11.16 * * * ½
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As Picard starts to have mysterious headaches, the Enterprise is led by a Ferengi ship to the now derelict Stargazer, formerly commanded by Picard, which the Ferengi DaiMon, Bok, offers for free. Bok again seeks revenge on Picard in #274 "Bloodlines". Teleplay by: Herbert Wright. Story by: Larry Forrester. Directed by: Rob Bowman.
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111 Hide And Q 41590.5 1987.11.23 * * * *
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Q is back and he takes away the bridge crew except for Picard and then puts Yar in a penalty box. However, his real purpose on this mission is to recruit Riker as a possible member of the Q continuum. Teleplay by: C.J. Holland and Gene Roddenberry. Story by: C.J. Holland. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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112 Too Short A Season 41309.5 1988.02.08 * *
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The Enterprise is host to Admiral Mark Jameson to carry out diplomatic mission to free hostages, however the Admiral seems to keep getting younger. Teleplay by: Michael Michaelian and D.C. Fontana. Story by: Michael Michaelian. Directed by: Rob Bowman.
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113 The Big Goodbye 41997.7 1988.01.11 * * ½
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En route to open negotiations with an insectoid race, Picard, Data, Dr. Crusher, and Lt. Whalen become trapped in a Dixon Hill program on the holodeck. A Dixon Hill program called The Big Goodbye is feartured in Star Trek First Contact. Written by: Tracy Torme. Directed by: Joseph L. Scanlon.
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114 Datalore 41242.4 1988.01.18 * * * ½
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On a visit to Omicron Theta, home to Data, the away team discovers a disassembled android that looks just like Data. After assembling him, it is discovered to be Data's evil twin brother, Lore. Teleplay by: Robert Lewin and Gene Roddenberry. Story by: Robert Lewin & Maurice Hurley. Directed by: Rob Bowman.
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115 Angel One 41636.9 1988.01.25 * * ½
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Searching for survivors from a ship that crashed seven years ago, the ship is lead to planet where females are the dominant sex, and males are more or less slaves. Written by: Patrick Barry. Directed by: Michael Rhodes.
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116 11001001 41365.9 1988.02.01 * * *
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In at Starbase 74 for a computer upgrade by a race called the bynars, the crew has a chance to relax. Until the computer shows a possible containment leak in Engineering and the ship has to be evacuated, with Picard and Riker trapped on the holodeck. Written by: Maurice Hurley & Robert Lewin. Directed by: Paul Lynch.
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117 Home Soil 41463.9 1988.02.22 * * ½
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Checking up a on a remote terra-forming station, one of the station's engineers is mysteriously killed. In an attempt to discover the malfunction that caused the death, Data is attacked by the drilling laser, only it is not a malfunction. Teleplay by: Robert Sabaroff. Story by: Karl Guers & Ralph Sanchez and Robert Sabaroff. Directed by: Corey Allen.
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118 When The Bough Breaks 41509.1 1988.02.15 * * *
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The Enterprise stumbles across the legendary planet, Aldea, which spends most of its time cloaked. While in orbit, seven of the ship's children are kidnapped, including Wesley. The Aldeans claim they are unable to have children of their own. Written by: Hannah Louise Shearer. Directed by: Kim Manners.
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119 Coming Of Age 41416.2 1988.03.14 * * *
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As Wesley takes his Starfleet entrance exam, an old friend of Picard's comes on board and has one of his men conduct a very extensive and thorough inspection. It turns out they want to promote Picard to Admiral and make him Commandant of Starfleet Academy (for reasons which will be seen in #125 "Conspiracy"). Written by: Sandy Fries. Directed by: Michael Vejar.
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120 Heart Of Glory 41503.7 1988.03.21 * * ½
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The Enterprise is investigating a battle in the Romulan Neutral Zone., where they find three Klingons, with one near death. The Klingons claim they are on a mission of glory for the empire, but turn out to be criminals wanted by the Empire, but Worf sympathizes with their cause. Teleplay by: Maurice Hurley. Story by: Maurice Hurley and Herbert Wright & D.C. Fontana. Directed by: Rob Bowman.
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121 The Arsenal Of Freedom 41798.2 1988.04.11 * * *
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A search for the USS Drake, commanded by Captain Paul Rice leads the Enterprise to Minos where they find a highly advanced security system that threatens both the away team and the ship itself. Teleplay by: Richard Manning & Hans Beimler. Story by: Maurice Hurley & Robert Lewin. Directed by: Les Landau.
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122 Skin Of Evil 41601.3 1988.04.25 * * * * ½
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Responding to a distress signal from an Enterprise shuttle, carrying Counselor Troi, the away team encounters a strange tar creature, Armus, who refuses the away team access to the crashed shuttle. In an attempt to get to the shuttle, Armus, for no apparent reason kills Tasha Yar. Teleplay by: Joseph Stefano and Hanna Louise Shearer. Story by: Joseph Stefano. Directed by: Joseph L. Scanlon.
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123 Symbiosis Unknown 1988.04.18 * ½
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The Enterprise rescues four of six people off a damaged cargo ship, along with their precious cargo. The people are from two separate planets, and the cargo is medicine which is delivered to the plagued planet of the two, by the planet that cultivates it in exchange for technology. However, the medicine turns out to be a narcotic and the plague cured centuries ago. Teleplay by: Robert Lewin and Richard Manning & Hans Beimler. Story by: Robert Lewin. Directed by: Win Phelps.
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124 We'll Always Have Paris 41697.9 1988.05.02 * * * *
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While en route to Sorona VII, the ship experiences déja vu. They then receive a distress signal from a Dr. Paul Mannheim and his wife, as well as Picard's old flame, Jenice. As Dr. Mannheim is dying, his time experiments are having repercussions all over the galaxy, and Picard seeks out Jenice. Written by: Deborah Dean Davis & Hannah Louise Shearer. Directed by: Robert Becker.
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125 Conspiracy 41775.5 1988.05.09 * * * *
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Picard is called off course to a secret meeting with three other Starfleet captains, who tell him that there is a conspiracy in Starfleet command and not to trust anyone without cause. Upon hearing about the destruction of a ship belonging a close friend, the ship heads for Earth, where an elderly admiral, a close friend of Picard's seen in #119 "Coming Of Age", knocks out Riker, Geordi, and even Worf. Teleplay by: Tracy Torme. Story by: Robert Sabaroff. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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126 The Neutral Zone 41986.0 1988.05.16 * * *
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While waiting for Picard to return from a briefing, Data investigates a capsule from the late 1990s, where he discovers three humans in cryogenic stasis. These people however were apparently frozen after they died. Upon Picard's return, the ship is sent to investigate the destruction of bases along the Romulan Neutral Zone (to find out who destroyed the bases, check out #142 "Q Who". Television Story and Teleplay by: Maurice Hurley. From a Story by: Deborah McIntyre & Mona Glee. Directed by: James L. Conway.
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