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

175 The Best Of Both Worlds, Part II 44001.4 1990.09.24 * * * ½
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After Starfleet terms Picard dead, Riker is made Enterprise captain. Locutus takes out most of Starfleet at Wolf 359, before moving on to sector 001 and Earth, to assimilate all life there into their society. Written by: Michael Piller. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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176 Suddenly Human 44143.7 1990.10.15 * * * ½
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The crew find a damaged Talarian vessel with a crew of five unconscious teenagers. When one of the boys, known as Jono turns out to be human Picard elects to keep him on board in order that he may be re-united with his family on Earth, But Jono, or Jeremiah Rossa doesn't like that idea. Teleplay by: John Whelpley & Jeri Taylor. Story by: Ralph Phillips. Directed by: Gabrielle Beaumont.
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177 Brothers 44085.7 1990.10.08 * * * * ½
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When a young boy believes he's killed his older brother, he accidentally eats a poisonous fruit, causing him to require starbase medical attention, while Data takes over the ship, after a homing device is activated by his creator, which also brings Lore. Written by: Rick Berman. Directed by: Rob Bowman.
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178 Family 44012.3 1990.10.01 * * * * ½
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In this follow-up episode to "The Best of Both Worlds", the Enterprise puts in at McKinley station, in Earth orbit, for repairs. While there, Worf's adoptive parents visit the ship and Picard returns to LaBarre, France to visit his brother, sister-in-law and nephew, and contemplates staying, while Dr. Crusher goes through an old trunk of Jack's that was on Earth in storage. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Les Landau.
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179 Remember Me 44161.2 1990.10.22 * * * *
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When an old friend of Dr. Crusher comes on board, people start to disappear without a trace, and Beverly is the only one who remembers them. Written by: Lee Sheldon. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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180 Legacy 44215.2 1990.10.29 * * *
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The Enterprise is sent to recover two Federation officers being held captive on Turkana IV, homeworld to the late Tasha Yar. There they find the world has now been divided into two factions: the Alliance and the Coalition. With the Coalition they find Tasha's unknown sister, Ishara Yar. Written by: Joe Menosky. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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181 Reunion 44246.3 1990.11.05 * * * *
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A Klingon battle cruiser, carrying the dying leader of the Klingon High Council, K'mpec rendezvous with the Enterprise; and Ambassador K'Ehleyr (from #146 "The Emissary") beams over with Worf's son, Alexander, while K'mpec asks Picard to select a new leader for the council, and find out which one poisoned him. Teleplay by: Thomas Perry & Jo Perry and Ronald D. Moore & Brannon Braga. Story by: Drew Deighan and Thomas Perry & Jo Perry. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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182 Future Imperfect 44286.5 1990.11.12 * * * *
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On a mission to search for a secret Romulan base, Riker passes out and wakes up sixteen years later as Captain of the Enterprise and with a son, and a sixteen year gap in his memory. Written by: J. Larry Carroll & David Bennett Carren. Directed by: Les Landau.
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183 Final Mission 44307.3 1990.11.19 * * * ½
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For his final mission before leaving for the Academy, Picard asks Wesley to help him mediate a dispute between miners, while the Enterprise goes on to respond to a planet's distress signal. But the shuttle taking them to the miners malfunctions forcing them to crash land on a desert moon where find a water fountain protected by a powerful alien security system. Teleplay by: Kacey Arnold-Ince and Jeri Taylor. Story by: Kacey Arnold-Ince. Directed by: Corey Allen.
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184 The Loss 44356.9 1990.12.31 *
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The Enterprise encounters a two-dimensional life-form, while Counselor Troi is forced to deal with the loss of her empathic powers. Teleplay by: Hilary J. Bader and Alan J. Adler & Vanessa Greene. Story by: Hilary J. Bader. Directed by: Chip Chalmers.
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185 Data's Day 44390.1 1991.01.07 * * * ½
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Data acts as a go-between when Keiko Ishikawa and O'Brien get the wedding jitters; all while recording a progress update for Commander Bruce Maddox #135 "The Measure Of A Man". Meanwhile the Enterprise is transporting Vulcan Ambassador T'Pel to open negotiations with the Romulans. Teleplay by: Harold Apter and Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Harold Apter. Directed by: Robert Wiemer.
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186 The Wounded 44429.6 1991.01.28 * * *
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While making a rendezvous with a with a Cardassian warship, the Cardassians open fire on the Enterprise. Picard is shocked when he finds out the reason why, that the Federation starship Phoenix is blatantly violating orders and destroying Cardassian ships. Teleplay by: Jeri Taylor. Story by: Stuart Charno & Sara Charno and Cy Chermak. Directed by: Chip Chalmers.
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187 Devil's Due 44474.5 1991.02.04 * * * ½
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The ship answers a distress call from a science team on a planet, whose inhabitants fear the return of Ardra, a mythical goddess who promised them 1000 years peace in tranquillity, in exchange for slavery afterwards. Teleplay by: Philip Lazebnik. Story by: Philip Lazebnik and William Douglas Lansford. Directed by: Tom Benko.
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188 Clues 44502.7 1991.02.11 * * *
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A wormhole causes the crew except for Data to fall unconscious for thirty seconds. However, they begin to find clues that suggest that they were in fact out an entire day. Teleplay by: Bruce D. Arthurs and Joe Menosky. Story by: Bruce D. Arthurs. Directed by: Les Landau.
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189 First Contact Unknown 1991.02.18 * * * *
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On a mission to evaluate a culture moving rapidly towards outer space, Riker, masquerading as Rivas Jakara, is injured and taken to hospital with severe internal bleeding, where he is discovered to be an alien. Teleplay by: Dennis Russell Bailey & David Bischoff and Joe Menosky & Ronald D. Moore and Michael Piller. Story by: Marc Scott Zicree. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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190 Galaxy Child 44614.6 1991.03.11 * * ½
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Geordi's joy at finally having a chance to meet Dr. Leah Brahms (#154 "Booby Trap") is crushed when she learns what he's done to the engines she designed. Meanwhile, the Enterprise plays surrogate mother to a giant space baby, after they accidentally kill its real mother. Teleplay by: Maurice Hurley. Story by: Thomas Kartozian. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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191 Night Terrors 44631.2 1991.03.18 * * ½
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The Enterprise stumbles on the USS Brattain adrift in space with it's entire crew dead save one Betazoid officer, who is completely unreachable except by telepathy. Meanwhile, the entire crew begin to hallucinate with the exception of Counselor Troi who keeps having nightmares. Teleplay by: Pamela Douglas and Jeri Taylor. Story by: Shari Goodhartz. Directed by: Les Landau.
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192 Identity Crisis 44664.5 1991.03.25 * ½
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When members of an away team five years ago, aboard the Victory, return to a landing site on Tarchannen III and disappear, the Enterprise is sent to investigate, however the last two away team members begin to start a strange transformation process. Teleplay by: Brannon Braga. Based on a Story by: Timothy De Haas. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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193 The Nth Degree 44704.2 1991.04.01 * * * ½
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While repairing the Argus Array telescope, Lt. Barclay is knocked unconscious by an alien probe. When he comes to, he is found to not only have renewed confidence, but extra-ordinary intelligence. Written by: Joe Menosky. Directed by: Robert Legato.
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194 Qpid 44714.9 1991.04.22 * * * ½
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While preparing a speech for a group of Federation archeologists, Q returns and claims he's been ordered by the Continuum to repay the Enterprise a favour. During the speech, the entire command personnel are whisked away to a Robin Hood fantasy. Teleplay by: Ira Steven Behr. Story by: Randee Russell and Ira Steven Behr. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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195 The Drumhead 44769.2 1991.04.29 * * *
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When Klingon exchange officer falls under suspicion after an explosion in the ship's dilithium crystal chamber, Admiral Norah Satie accuses an innocent, one quarter Romulan medical crewman of conspiracy. Written by: Jeri Taylor. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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196 Half A Life 44805.3 1991.05.06 * * * * ½
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Lwaxana Troi falls in love with a visiting scientist, who's on board to try and heal his planet's dying sun. However, Lwaxana is shocked to learn that her new love is condemned to die in four days because he's turning sixty. Teleplay by: Peter Allan Fields. Story by: Ted Roberts and Peter Allan Fields. Directed by: Les Landau.
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197 The Host 44821.3 1991.05.13 * *
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When the new love in Dr. Crusher's life is wounded in an attack on his shuttle, she is shocked to learn that he is actually a slug like creature that survives in a host body; a Trill. But when his host dies, Riker volunteers to be a temporary host, until a new one can be sent. Written by: Michael Horvat. Directed by: Marvin V. Rush.
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198 The Mind's Eye 44885.5 1991.05.27 * * * ½
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While en route to seminar on Risa, Geordi is captured by Romulans who train his mind to act on subliminal commands received through his visor, while a clone takes his place on Risa. Meanwhile the Enterprise is shocked to find Federation weapons in the hands of Klingon rebels. N.B. Listen for Denise Crosby's (Tasha Yar) voice as the Romulan commander. Teleplay by: René Echevarria. Story by: Ken Schafer and René Echevarria. Directed by: David Livingston.
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199 In Theory 44932.3 1991.06.03 * * * * ½
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A fellow crew member, who just broke up with her boyfriend, falls in love with Data, finding him to be the perfect man. Meanwhile the Enterprise has become trapped in an asteroid field, filled with anti-matter pockets, undetectable except at very close range. Written by: Joe Menosky & Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Patrick Stewart.
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200 Redemption I 44995.3 1991.06.17 * * * * *
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Picard returns to the Klingon Homeworld to complete Gowron's installation as council leader, while the sisters of the late Duras, plot with the Romulans in order for their family to maintains power. Also, Worf resigns from Starfleet, after his discomendation in the empire is revoked. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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