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

127 The Child 42073.1 1988.11.21 * * * ½
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While ferrying samples of a deadly plague for study, Counselor Troi is impregnated by an alien life form. However, she remains pregnant for only six hours, after which time her son, Ian Andrew (named after her father), ages into an eight year old boy after twenty-seven hours. Meanwhile the plague samples begin to leak radiation. Written by:Jaron Summers & Jon Povill and Maurice Hurley. Directed by: Rob Bowman.
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128 Where Silence Has Lease 42193.6 1988.11.28 * * *
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The ship encounters a mysterious void, which they unavoidably enter. Inside they find an empty USS Yamato (the sister ship of Enterprise) and a Romulan Warbird, which they destroy with but one phaser shot. They also encounter a strange being who is curious about death. Written by: Jack B. Sowards. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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129 Elementary, Dear Data 42286.3 1988.12.05 * * * * ½
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Arriving early at a rendezvous point to meet the USS Victory, Data, Geordi, and Pulaski go to the holodeck for a Sherlock Holmes adventure, where a misuse of words causes a sentient Professor James Moriarty, capable of both affecting and controlling the ship, is created. Moriarty returns in #238 "A Ship In A Bottle". Written by: Brian Allan Lane. Directed by: Rob Bowman.
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130 The Outrageous Okona 42402.7 1988.12.12 * * *
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The Enterprise takes aboard a young trader, Okona and repairs his ship. However arriving at two twin planets, Picard discovers that Okona is wanted by the two rival governments. Teleplay by:Burton Armus. Story by: Les Menchen & Lance Dickson and David Landsberg. Directed by: Robert Becker.
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131 The Schizoid man 42437.5 1989.01.23 * * *
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The crew is faced with two medical emergencies, one which requires Pulaski's personal attention, and the other a dying scientist, who taught Data's creator everything he knew. Before dying, Dr. Graves reveals to Data that he has found away to transfer his consciousness into a computer which he in fact does with Data. Teleplay by:Tracy Tormé. Story by: Richard Manning & Hans Beimler. Directed by: Les Landau.
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132 Loud As A Whisper 42477.2 1989.01.09 * * ½
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The Enterprise is ordered to transport a deaf/mute mediator, Riva, to Solari V, to mediate between two warring factions. However, when an accident kills his telepathic choir (three telepaths he used for communication), he refuses to return to the surface and mediate. Written by:Jacqueline Zambrano. Directed by: Larry Shaw.
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133 Unnatural Selection 42494.8 1989.01.30 * * ½
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Answering a distress signal from the USS Lantree, the Enterprise discovers that its crew have all died of old age. After setting up a quarantine, the crew chases down the source at the Lantree's last stop, the Darwin genetics lab, where unaffected super-children are both cause and carrier. Written by:John Mason & Mike Gray. Directed by: Paul Lynch.
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134 A Matter Of Honor 42506.5 1989.02.06 * * * *
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While the Enterprise plays host to a group of officers on an exchange program, Riker volunteers to be the first Starfleet officer to serve aboard a Klingon ship. However, both the Klingon ship and the Enterprise experience organic hull deterioration, and the Klingon ship suspects Federation sabotage. Teleplay by:Burton Armus. Story by: Wanda M. Haight & Gregory Amos and Burton Armus. Directed by: Rob Bowman.
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135 The Measure Of A Man 42523.7 1989.02.13 * * * *
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Data's rights as a sentient being are brought into question when Starfleet Commander Bruce Maddox wants to take him apart in an attempt to duplicate him. After discovering Data cannot resign, Picard orders a trial to determine his sentience. Written by:Melinda M. Snodgrass. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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136 The Dauphin 42568.8 1989.02.20 * * *
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Wesley falls in love with a princess on her way home to bring peace to her planet. However, the princess, Salia must sneak past her over-protective governess to be with Wesley. Written by: Scott Rubenstein & Leonard Mlodinow. Directed by: Rob Bowman.
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137 Contagion 42609.1 1989.03.20 * * * ½
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The Enterprise responds to a distress signal from its sister ship the USS Yamato in the Neutral Zone, which shortly after their arrival explodes. After reviewing the Yamato's logs, Picard undertakes it's mission: the search for Iconia. However the Enterprise then begins to experience similar problems. Also in the area is a Romulan Bird of Prey. The Iconians are later reffered to in DS9 #496 "To The Death". Written by: Steve Gerber & Beth Woods. Directed by: Joseph L. Scanlon.
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138 The Royale 42625.4 1989.03.27 * * ½
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Upon discovering debris of a twenty-first century Earth space ship, Riker, Worf, and Data beam down to a revolving door to find a hotel they can't escape from. Written by:Kieth Mills. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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139 Time Squared 42679.2 1989.04.03 * * ½
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The Enterprise discovers one of their own shuttles that was already in their bay, containing a second Picard from six hours in the future. Teleplay by:Maurice Hurley. Story by: Kurt Michael Bensmiller. Directed by: Joseph L. Scanlon.
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140 The Icarus Factor 42686.4 1989.04.24 * * * ½
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Riker's father, Kyle, who abandoned Will at fourteen, is on board to brief Riker on orders, should he accept command of the Aries. Also Wesley takes it upon himself to find out what's bothering Worf. Note: Look for John Tesh (formerly of Entertainment Tonight) as a Klingon. Teleplay by: David Assael and Robert L. McCullough. Story by: David Assael. Directed by: Robert Iscove.
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141 Pen Pals 42695.3 1989.05.01 * * *
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On a geological survey mission, Wesley gets his first command as head of the survey team, and Data violates the Prime Directive by opening communication with a young girl whose planet is dying and whose people don't know about interstellar life. Teleplay by:Melinda M. Snodgrass. Story by: Hannah Louise Shearer. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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142 Q Who 42761.3 1989.05.08 * * * *
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Q's back! This time he takes the ship to another part of the galaxy where they encounter a race known as the Borg, a race known only to Guinan and one the Federation should not yet have encountered. It is discovered here that it was the Borg who destroyed the bases in #126 "The Neutral Zone". Written by: Maurice Hurley. Directed by: Rob Bowman.
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143 The Samaritan Snare 42779.1 1989.05.15 * * ½
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Picard accompanies Wesley to Starbase 515 for a heart transplant, where Wesley will once again take Starfleet entrance exams. Meanwhile, Geordi beams over to help a Pakled ship where he is taken hostage. Written by: Robert L. McCullough. Directed by: Les Landau.
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144 Up The Long Ladder 42823.2 1989.05.22 * * ½
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The Enterprise beams up a colony, long forgotten, and their livestock, before solar flares destroy their world. The colony of farmers informs Picard that there was another colony elsewhere, from their same ship. Upon arrival at the other colony they discover a population of clones. Written by:Melinda M. Snodgrass. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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145 Manhunt 42859.2 1989.06.19 * * *
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After beaming on board Antedian delegates to take to a diplomatic conference on Pacifica, Deanna's mother, Lwaxana, comes on board to go to the same conference. While on board, she goes after Picard and others before getting engaged to Riker. Written by: Terry Deveaux. Directed by: Rob Bowman.
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146 The Emissary 42901.3 1989.06.26 * * * ½
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The Enterprise takes on board, via a class eight probe, Klingon Ambassador K'Ehleyr to help into the twenty-fourth century or destroy if necessary a pre-Federation-Klingon alliance sleeper ship. Television Story and Teleplay by:Richard Manning & Hans Beimler. Based on an unpublished story by: Thomas H. Calder. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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147 Peak Performance 42923.4 1989.07.10 * * *
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In preparation for the Borg threat, Picard and Riker participate in a war game exercise: Picard with the Enterprise and Riker with an eighty-year-old clunker. However, it's all fun and games till a Ferengi ship, that happens by, believes the Hathaway is trying to protect something of value. Written by:David Kemper. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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148 Shades Of Gray 42976.1 1989.07.17 * *
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While on a planetary survey mission with Geordi, Riker takes a deadly thorn in his leg, which causes his leg to go numb. In order to save him Pulaski must perform a dangerous operation on him. A side-effect of the treatment used, causes Riker to dream about past experiences (i.e.: past episodes). Teleplay by:Maurice Hurley and Richard Manning & Hans Beimler. Story by: Maurice Hurley. Directed by: Rob Bowman.
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