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

201 Redemption II 45020.4 1991.09.23 * * * *
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The Enterprise refuses to involve itself in a possible Klingon civil war, however they do work to prevent Romulan involvement in Klingon affairs at the neutral zone, where they meet Sela, Tasha Yar's half-Romulan daughter. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: David Carson.
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202 Darmok 45047.2 1991.09.30 * * * ½
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While trying to initiate contact with an alien race, known as the Tamarians, Picard, is transported down to the planet below, for what he believes is a duel with the Tamarian captain, but the Tamarian language seems to be incomprehensible. Teleplay by: Joe Menosky. Story by: Philip Lazebnik and Joe Menosky. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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203 Ensign Ro 45076.3 1991.10.07 * * * ½
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The Enterprise is ordered to take aboard Bajoran ex-convict, Ensign Ro Larren to assist in the investigation of a Bajoran attack on a Federation outpost, however, she is actually on a secret mission for a greedy admiral. Teleplay by: Michael Piller. Story by: Rick Berman & Michael Piller. Directed by: Les Landau.
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204 Silicon Avatar 45122.3 1991.10.14 * * *
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On an away team mission to help colonists settle in on their new world, the Crystalline entity, previously encountered by the Enterprise with Lore, attacks the colony, killing an old friend of Riker's. Starfleet sends a scientist, whose son died in the first recorded attack on Data's homeworld, who accuses Data of collaborating with the entity. Teleplay by: Jeri Taylor. Story by: Lawrence V. Conley. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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205 Disaster 45156.1 1991.10.21 * * * *
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When the ship accidentally hits a quantum filament, it has violent repercussions, trapping Picard in a turbolift with three children, Troi in command of the Bridge, Worf being left to deliver a baby in ten-forward, Geordi and Beverly trapped in a cargo bay with dangerous radiation levels and Riker and Data unable to get to engineering. N.B.: This episode first aired the week of Gene Roddenberry's death. Teleplay by: Ronald D.Moore. Story by: Ron Jarvis & Philip A. Scorza. Directed by: Gabrielle Beaumont.
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206 The Game 45208.2 1991.10.28 * * ½
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Riker brings back a hypnotic game from Risa, which begins to affect the entire crew, except for Data , who was deactivated, and Wesley Crusher, on vacation on the academy. Teleplay by: Brannon Braga. Story by: Susan Sackett & Fred Bronson and Brannon Braga. Directed by: .
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208 Unification I 45233.1 1991.11.04 * * * * *
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After seeing a confirmation of the Federation's top ambassador on Romulus, against orders, Picard and Data go undercover to Romulus to retrieve him, while the Enterprise hunts down a stolen Vulcan ship. Teleplay by: Jeri Taylor. Story by: Rick Berman & Michael Piller. Directed by: Les Landau.
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207 Unification II 45245.8 1991.11.11 * * * * *
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Picard and Data find Spock with an underground movement on Romulus, who wish to be reunited with their Vulcan cousins. However, there is a traitor in their midst, leading to the capture of Picard, Data, and Spock. Teleplay by: Michael Piller. Story by: Rick Berman & Michael Piller. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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209 A Matter Of Time 45349.1 1991.11.18 * * ½
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The Enterprise receives a visit from a time traveler, who claims to be a historian from the twenty-sixth century, while the crew works desperately to save a planet from a nuclear-caused ice-age. Written by: Rick Berman. Directed by: Paul Lynch.
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210 New Ground 45376.3 1992.01.06 * * *
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Worf's son, Alexander returns to the Enterprise to live, much to his father's dismay. Worf's mother tells him that it's for his son's own good, his son who has of late become disobedient. Meanwhile, when an experiment with a soliton wave, to create warp without warp drive, goes haywire, and end's up putting Alexander's life in jeopardy. Teleplay by: Grant Rosenberg. Story by: Sara Charno & Stuart Charno. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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211 Hero Worship 45397.3 1992.01.27 * * * ½
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An away team beams over to the USS Vico to find out what happened to both it and its crew, where they find a young traumatized boy, who claims that men with purple helmets beamed over and attacked the crew while in the black cluster they were investigating. To hide his fears, the boy begins to emulate Data. However, the real fate of the Vico, may await the Enterprise. Teleplay by: Joe Menosky. Story by: Hilary J. Bader. Directed by: Patrick Stewart.
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212 Violations 45429.3 1992.02.03 * * ½
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While a group of telepathic aliens are on board, Troi, Riker, and Crusher have their minds raped and go into comas for three days. Teleplay by: Pamela Gray & Jeri Taylor. Story by: Shari Goodhartz & T. Michael Gray and Pamela Gray. Directed by: Robert Wiemer.
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213 The Masterpiece Society 45470.1 1992.02.10 * * ½
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The Enterprise tracks a stellar core fragment on a collision course to genetically engineered colony. The colony's leader must choose between death and life with a disruption in the colony's structure. Teleplay by: Adam Belanoff and Michael Piller. Story by: James Kahn and Adam Belanoff. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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214 Conundrum 45494.2 1992.02.17 * * * ½
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After an alien ship probes the Enterprise, the crew experience ship-wide amnesia, and are forced to go up against an enemy centuries behind in technology. Teleplay by: Barry Schkolnick. Story by: Paul Schiffer. Directed by: Les Landau.
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215 Power Play 45571.2 1992.02.24 * * * ½
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While searching for the remains of the USS Essex, an Enterprise shuttle crash lands on a moon, and O'Brien beams down with pattern enhancers to return them to the ship. Shortly after their return, Troi, Data, and O'Brien try to take control of the ship. The three have actually been possessed by alien entities trying to escape the penal colony moon. Teleplay by: René Balcer and Herbert J. Wright & Brannon Braga. Story by: Paul Ruben and Maurice Hurley. Directed by: David Livingston.
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216 Ethics 45587.3 1992.03.02 * * * *
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When a cargo container lands on Worf's back, breaking his spine, he learns, he may never walk again, demanding him to commit a ritual Klingon suicide, Starfleet send Dr. Toby Russell to assist Dr. Crusher in treating him. Dr. Russell decides to test a theory of hers on him, an operation, that could either kill him or allow him to lead a normal life. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Sara Charno & Stuart Charno. Directed by: Chip Chalmers.
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217 The Outcast 45614.6 1992.03.16 * *
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The ship helps the J'naii look for their missing shuttlecraft in an uncharted area of null space. They are an androgynous race, however, occasionally one is born of a particular gender. One of these knows that she is female and falls for Commander Riker. Written by: Jeri Taylor. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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218 Cause And Effect 45652.1 1992.03.23 * * ½
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When a ship from eighty years in the past comes through a time rift, the Enterprise is destroyed. But the ship has actually been caught in a time loop, and each person remembers certain things from the previous loop, but they keep making the same mistake at a junction to get out of the loop. Written by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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219 The First Duty 45703.9 1992.03.30 * * * *
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When an accident at Starfleet academy, involving Wesley Crusher, occurs, Picard, already en route to deliver the commencement address, is informed immediately. The accident resulted in the loss of five shuttles and one life. But there is more to the story than meets the eye. Written by: Ronald D. Moore & Naren Shankar. Directed by: Paul Lynch.
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220 The Cost Of Living 45733.6 1992.04.20 * * * * ½
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Lwaxana Troi comes on board to have her wedding, and she wants Picard to give her away, while Worf is having continuing problems with his son. Meanwhile certain systems are beginning to fail. Written by: Peter Allan Fields. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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221 The Perfect Mate 45761.3 1992.04.27 * * *
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The Enterprise transports precious cargo to unite two warring worlds, however, the precious cargo turns out to be a woman, genetically engineered to please to the fullest whomever she bonds with. Teleplay by: Gary Perconte and Michael Piller. Story by: René Echevarria and Gary Perconte. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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222 Imaginary Friend 45852.1 1992.05.04 * * *
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When a little girl's imaginary friend becomes real to her, she begins to do things she shouldn't. But when the imaginary friend knocks Troi, the whole crew may be in danger, while the ship has become surrounded by strands of undefined nature. Teleplay by: Edithe Swensen & Brannon Braga. Story by: Jean Louise Matthias & Ronald Wilkerson and Richard Fliegel. Directed by: Gabrielle Beaumont.
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223 I, Borg 45854.2 1992.05.11 * * * * ½
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The crew discover a crashed Borg scout ship with one survivor. Picard takes aboard the survivor with the intent of using it as a virus to implant in the collective to kill them off. But when La Forge and Crusher manage to humanize it, it becomes their friend, and Picard is forced to realize that he can no longer use it to destroy the collective. Written by: René Echevarria. Directed by: Robert Lederman.
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224 The Next Phase Unknown 1992.05.18 * * * *
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While assisting a damaged Romulan freighter, La Forge and Ro try beam back to the Enterprise, when their patterns are lost. They are presumed dead by both the crew and themselves. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: David Carson.
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225 The Inner Light 45944.1 1992.06.01 * * * * *
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When Picard is attacked by an alien probe, he finds himself in another life, where he's married, but only remembers his life aboard the Enterprise, whom his friends know nothing about. Over the next forty-five years or so, he has two children and one grandson. Teleplay by: Morgan Gendel and Peter Allan Fields. Story by: Morgan Gendel. Directed by: Peter Lauritson.
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226 Time's Arrow, Part I 45959.1 1992.06.15 * * * *
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The Enterprise is recalled to Earth, where Data's head has been discovered in caverns near San Francisco, in which no one has entered for more than four hundred years. Findings in the caverns lead the ship to Devidia II, where Data first enters another dimension and then follows two individuals into late nineteenth century, San Francisco, where he meets up with a much younger Guinan and Samuel Clemmens. Teleplay by: Joe Menosky and Michael Piller. Story by: Joe Menosky. Directed by: Les Landau.
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