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149 The Ensigns Of Command Unknown 1989.10.02 * * *
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The Enterprise is given three days to remove a Federation colony from Tau Cygma V, a colony the Federation had forgotten about, on a world that should not be able to support human life. Due to atmospheric conditions the transporters are unable to function forcing Data to go down by shuttle. Where upon arrival, he discovers a colony of over 15 000, unwilling to leave. Written by: Melinda M. Snodgrass. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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150 Evolution 43125.8 1989.09.25 * * * ½
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Dr. Paul Stubbs is on board to complete his lifelong project; however, the project, and the ship, is threatened by a group of intelligent nanites (microscopic robots), or super-nanites, that escaped from a science project when Wesley fell asleep. Teleplay by: Michael Piller. Story by: Michael Piller & Michael Wagner. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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151 Survivors 43152.4 1989.10.09 * * *
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Arriving at Delta Rana IV, in response to a distress signal, the crew finds all 11 000 colonists dead, with the exception of an elderly couple. Meanwhile, Troi keeps hearing music in her head that is driving her mad and she can't get it out. Written by: Michael Wagner. Directed by: Les Landau.
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152 Who Watches The Watchers? 43173.5 1989.10.16 * * * *
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The Enterprise is sent to help repair a broken reactor at a hidden observatory on Mintaka III. However, before it is fixed a delirious scientist escapes and they are seen by the inhabitants, who is injured and Dr. Crusher beams aboard. Riker and Troi then beam down disguised to find the delirious scientist and get an estimate of the cultural damage. Written by: Richard Manning & Hans Beimler. Directed by: Robert Wiemer.
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153 The Bonding 43198.7 1989.10.23 * * * *
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On an away team mission, lead by Lt. Worf, Lt. Marla Astar is killed by a mine left from a centuries- old war. She is survived only by her twelve-year-old son, Jeremy. However, just as Jeremy is beginning to adjust to his mother being dead, she reappears in their quarters and tries to take him down to the planet. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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154 Booby Trap 43205.6 1989.10.30 * * * ½
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While passing through an asteroid belt, the Enterprise discovers a Promellian battle cruiser, to which Picard leads the away team. From the logs they manage to recover from the cruiser, they find that it had been caught in some sort of trap. But, now the Enterprise is trapped in this same thousand-year-old booby trap. To help solve their predicament, Geordi uses the holodeck to recreate the shipyards where the Enterprise was built, along with its chief designer, Dr. Leah Brahms. Geordi will get to meet the real Leah Brahms in #190 "Galaxy Child". Teleplay by: Ron Roman and Michael Piller & Richard Danus. Story by: Michael Wagner & Ron Roman. Directed by: Gabrielle Beaumont.
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155 The Enemy 43349.2 1989.11.06 * * * ½
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The Enterprise receives a distress call from Galorndon Core. Upon beaming down, they find one Romulan who claims he's alone and Worf is the only one who can save the Romulan they did beam up. Meanwhile, Geordi, trapped on the planet below encounters a second Romulan who takes him hostage. Written by: David Kemper and Michael Piller. Directed by: David Carson.
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156 The Price 43385.6 1989.11.13 * * *
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The Enterprise is host to a meeting to determine who gets control of possibly the first known stable wormhole. But the Ferengis want in as well, and the Federation ambassador takes ill, forcing Riker to negotiate in his place. Meanwhile, Troi falls for one of the other delegates. Written by: Hannah Louise Shearer. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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157 The Vengeance Factor 43421.9 1989.11.20 * * ½
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The crew trace an attack on a Federation outpost to a group known as the Gatherers, renegade Acamarians who split off from their society centuries ago. Picard then goes to Acamar to try and get its leader to offer amnesty to the Gatherers. Written by: Sam Rolfe. Directed by: Timothy Bond.
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158 The Defector 43462.5 1990.01.01 * * *
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The Enterprise tracks a Romulan scout ship being chased by a Warbird through the neutral zone. Upon seeing the Enterprise at the border, the Warbird backs off. The scout ship's occupant is beamed aboard, and claims he has information that can stop a war. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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159 The Hunted 43489.2 1990.01.08 * * *
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The ship is in orbit of Angosia III, a planet requesting Federation membership, when an inmate escapes from a prison moon. After being eluded many times, Data finally is able to capture the escapee, who turns out to be a warrior that had been "programmed" to fight in the planet's civil wars several years before. Written by: Robin Bernheim. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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160 The High Ground 43510.7 1990.01.29 * * * ½
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While on Rutia IV to deliver medical supplies, Dr. Crusher is kidnapped by a terrorist organization known as the Ansata, who need a doctor due to their deadly dimensional shifting, and also want to bring the Federation into their conflict with the Rutian government. Written by: Melinda M. Snodgrass. Directed by: Gabrielle Beaumont.
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161 Deja Q 43539.1 1990.02.05 * * * * *
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While trying to restore Bre'el moon to a proper orbit, Q shows up naked on the bridge, claiming to be powerless. Once a race known as the Calamarain hear about this, they attack the Enterprise to try and get to Q. Written by: Richard Danus. Directed by: Les Landau.
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162 A Matter Of Perspective 43610.4 1990.02.12 * * ½
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The Enterprise is returning to a science station to pick up Riker and La Forge after they have checked up on Dr. Apgar's Krieger wave experiments. When Riker returns just as the station explodes he is suspected by the planet's officials of murdering Dr. Apgar. Written by: Ed Zuckerman. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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163 Yesterday's Enterprise 43625.2 1990.02.19 * * * * *
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When a temporal time rift opens up, a ship from twenty-two years in the past, bearing the name Enterprise, comes into an altered present, where the Federation is losing a war with the Klingons, and where former crew member Tasha Yar is still alive. Teleplay by: Ira Steven Behr & Richard Manning & Hans Beimler & Ronald D. Moore. From a Story by: Trent Christopher Ganino & Eric A. Stillwell. Directed by: David Carson.
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164 The Offspring 43657.0 1990.03.12 * * * ½
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Upon returning from a cybernetics conference, Data creates an offspring for himself. However, Federation officials want to separate Data's daughter from him, just when she needs her father the most. Written by: René Echevarria. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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165 The Sins Of The Father 43685.2 1990.03.19 * * * * *
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In retrospect of Riker serving aboard a Klingon ship, the Enterprise takes aboard a Klingon first officer, who turns out to Worf's brother, with unhappy news that their late father has been labeled a traitor. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore & W. Reed Morgan. Based on a teleplay by: Drew Deighan. Directed by: Les Landau.
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166 Allegiance 43714.1 1990.03.26 * ½
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Picard is kidnapped and replaced with a double. While the double tests the crew's loyalty, the real Picard is trapped in a cell with three other kidnap victims. Written by: Richard Manning & Hans Beimler. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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167 Captain's Holiday 43745.4 1990.04.02 * * * * ½
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A conspiracy among the crew forces Picard to go on vacation, where futuristic alien criminals, a greedy Ferengi scientist, and an old female partner of his, try to steal a piece of the future, while Picard falls for the female partner. Written by: Ira Steven Behr. Directed by: Chip Chalmers.
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168 Tin Man 43779.3 1990.04.23 * * *
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The Enterprise takes aboard a betazoid, Tam Elbrun, with exceptional telepathic abilities, to communicate with a space creature resting near a sun about to go nova, however the Romulans have taken an interest in the space creature as well. But on Tam's last mission he was held responsible for forty-seven deaths. Written by: Dennis Putman Bailey & David Bischoff. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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169 Hollow Pursuits 43807.4 1990.04.30 * * * ½
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Lt. Reginald Barclay, nicknamed "Broccoli", gives Geordi some troubles. When in the holodeck, he comes off as very much in control, but outside the holodeck, he proves to be very incompetent. Written by: Sally Caves. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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170 The Most Toys 43872.2 1990.05.07 * * * ½
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When Data's shuttle craft explodes just off the Enterprise hull, he is presumed dead. When in fact, he has been kidnapped and added to a collection of rare, one of a kind objects where he finds himself trapped. Written by: Shari Goodhartz. Directed by: Timothy Bond.
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171 Sarek 43917.4 1990.05.14 * * * * *
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The Enterprise takes aboard Ambassador Sarek, in order that he may complete one final mission. But when a disease he's suffering from causes him to feel emotions and the crew to become hostile towards one another, Picard forms a mind link with him, so he can complete his mission. Television Story and Teleplay by: Peter S. Beagle. From an Unpublished Story by: Marc Cushman & Jake Jacobs. Directed by: Les Landau.
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172 Ménage À Troi 43930.7 1990.05.28 * * * * ½
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After attending a diplomatic function aboard the Enterprise, in orbit around Betazed, which Ferengis also attended, Troi, her mother, and Riker are kidnapped by the Ferengi ship, the DaiMon of which has the hots for Lwaxana. Also Wesley is promoted. Written by: Fred Bronson & Susan Sackett. Directed by: Robert Legato.
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173 Transfigurations 43957.2 1990.06.04 * * * ½
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The Enterprise rescues a dying "John Doe", who has no memory of who he is, but, with help from Beverly, makes a miraculous recovery, and seems to possess some form of advanced cell mutation. Written by: René Echevarria. Directed by: Tom Benko.
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174 The Best Of Both Worlds, Part I 43989.1 1990.06.18 * * * * *
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In this third season cliffhanger finale, the crew investigate an attack by the Borg, and shortly after, re-encounter the Borg, who this time kidnap Picard and turn him in to the Borg, Locutus. While Commander Shelby wants Commander Riker's position. Written by: Michael Piller. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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