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227 Time's Arrow, Part II 46001.3 1992.09.21 * * * ½
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Picard, Riker, La Forge, Troi and Crusher follow Data in to the 1890s, where they find that the Devidians are feeding right humans and blaming it on a plague. When Data accidentally reopens the gateway, his head is blown off, while is body is sent back to the future along with Riker, La Forge, Troi, Crusher and Samuel Clemmens, while Picard gets trapped in the past, where he helps to nurse a wounded Guinan. Teleplay by: Jeri Taylor. Story by: Joe Menosky. Directed by: Les Landau.
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228 Realm Of Fear 46041.1 1992.09.28 * * *
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Barclay's fear of transporters comes out when he's forced to be part of the away team. He makes it over fine, but on his return trip, he sees something that touches him. But either he's going crazy or there's actually something in there. Written by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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229 Man Of The People 46071.6 1992.10.05 * * ½
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After performing an alien death ritual with a man visiting the Enterprise, for his late mother, Troi begins to age rapidly and grows violently agitated. However, after performing an autopsy, Dr. Crusher finds that the woman who died was in no way his mother. Written by: Frank Abatemarco. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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230 Relics 46125.3 1992.10.12 * * * * *
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The Enterprise stumbles on an actual Dyson's Sphere, where they find an eighty-year-old ship crashed on the surface. On beaming down, they find a pattern in the buffer. On re-materializing the pattern, it turns out to be Captain Scott, who was on his way to a retirement colony. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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231 Schisms 46154.2 1992.10.19 * *
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When crew members start disappearing in their sleep, they begin behaving strangely. Data loses nearly ninety minutes of memory, and others become startled and agitated by simple everyday things. Teleplay by: Brannon Braga. Story by: Jean Louise Matthias & Ron Wilkerson. Directed by: Robert Wiemer.
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232 True Q 46192.3 1992.10.26 * * *
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When an Enterprise intern exhibits strange powers, the Enterprise is visited by Q, who claims that the girl's parents were Q, and wants to see if she is also Q. Written by: René Echevarria. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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233 Rascals 46235.7 1992.11.02 * * * * *
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Returning from shore leave, a shuttle containing Picard, Guinan, Ro, and Keiko O'Brien gets caught in some sort of storm, and the Enterprise is forced beam them out, however, they all materialize as twelve-year-old children. Also a group of Ferengi pirates aboard Klingon warships attack and take over the ship, confining the crew except for bridge officers and children to the mines below. Teleplay by: Allison Hock. Story by:Ward Botsford & Diana Dru Botsford and Michael Piller. Directed by: Adam Nimoy.
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234 A Fistful Of Datas 46271.5 1992.11.09 * * * *
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Alexander takes his father and Counselor Troi aboard the holodeck for a western adventure. But when an experiment with Data, his programs turn up in several ship systems, including as Worf's archenemy gunslinger in the holodeck. Teleplay by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe and Brannon Braga. Story by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Patrick Stewart.
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235 The Quality Of Life 46307.2 1992.11.16 * * * ½
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When Data discovers a new life form, an experiment he sets up to prove it seemingly fails, but when he discovers new evidence to prove their sentience, he places the captain's life in jeopardy in order to save the new life forms. Written by: Naren Shankar. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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236 The Chain Of Command, Part I 46357.4 1992.12.14 * * * * ½
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When Picard is relieved of duty, he, Dr. Crusher, and Lt. Worf go on a top secret mission into Cardassian space, where Picard gets captured, meanwhile, the Enterprise copes with a new captain who doesn't allow for mistakes or extra time as the ship is quickly being made battle ready in the event of a Cardassian war. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Frank Abatemarco. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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237 The Chain Of Command, Part II 46360.8 1992.12.21 * * * * *
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Crusher and Worf return to the ship with news of Picard's capture, and Jellico refuses to go after him. Meanwhile, Picard endures extreme Cardassian torture. Written by: Frank Abatemarco. Directed by: Les Landau.
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238 Ship In A Bottle 46424.1 1993.01.25 * * * *
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While repairing a holodeck malfunction, Lt. Barclay accidentally stumbles upon the program of Professor Moriarty (#129 "Elementary, Dear Data"). To the crew's amazement Moriarty is able to walk right of the holodeck, and now wants to bring the love of his life with him. Written by: René Echevarria. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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239 Aquiel 46461.3 1993.02.01 * * ½
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Upon arriving at a communications relay station to deliver supplies, they find the station deserted, except for a dog and one unidentifiable body, who they assume is Lt. Aquiel Unari. But when Aquiel turns up alive, Geordi, who watched all her logs, falls for her, while she becomes a prime suspect in a murder investigation. Teleplay by: Brannon Braga & Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Jeri Taylor. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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240 The Face Of The Enemy 46519.1 1993.02.08 * * * * *
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Supposedly at a conference on Earth, Troi wakes up with the face of a Romulan, in quarters on a Romulan Warbird. As she soon discovers, by masquerading as a member of the Tal Shiar, she is aiding in a defection of Romulan government official. But has she taken her character too far when she orders the destruction of the Enterprise? Teleplay by: Naren Shankar. Story by: René Echevarria. Directed by: Gabrielle Beaumont.
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241 Tapestry Unknown 1993.02.15 * * * * *
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After a severe accident, Picard is rushed to sickbay where he goes into cardiac arrest. Then in completely white surroundings, he encounters Q who joyously welcomes him to the afterlife. Q then offers him a chance to save himself from the accident that gave him an artificial heart. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Les Landau.
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242 Birthright, Part I 46578.4 1993.03.08 * * * * ½
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While visiting Deep Space Nine for some R&R, Dr. Bashir comes on board to test a piece of gamma quadrant equipment, which accidentally knocks out Data and causes him to see a vision of his creator. Meanwhile, Worf learns from an Yridian that his father may still be alive. Written by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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243 Birthright, Part II 46759.2 1993.03.15 * * * * ½
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Upon arriving at a penal colony located on the edge of Romulan space, Worf discovers the greatest insult, captured Klingons living and co-existing with blood-enemy Romulans. Even half-Klingon, half-Romulan children, who know nothing of their heritage. Written by: René Echevarria. Directed by: Dan Curry.
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244 Starship Mine 46682.4 1993.03.15 ½
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While the Enterprise is being prepared for a deadly cleaning sweep, Picard beams back on board to get his riding saddle, and becomes trapped with some evil aliens trying to extract a rare mineral from the ship's engines, while other command officers are being held captive on the planet below. Written by: Morgan Gendel. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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245 Lessons 46693.1 1993.04.05 * * * ½
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Picard falls in love with the ship's new head of geology and fellow musician, and later is forced to place her life in jeopardy to save a group of colonists. Written by: Ronald Wilkerson & Jean Louise Matthias. Directed by: Robert Wiemer.
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246 The Chase 46731.5 1993.04.26 * * *
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Picard's old archeology professor invites on an expedition, that could take up to three years. Picard refuses, but, when the professor is attacked and killed, Picard decides to take the Enterprise on the expedition to discover why. Teleplay by: Joe Menosky. Story by: Joe Menosky & Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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247 Frame Of Mind 46778.1 1993.05.03 * * * * ½
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While Riker is preparing for a mission, he takes part of an insane man in a play of Dr. Crusher's. But when the play turns into reality, back to a dream, and back to reality again, Riker finds himself caught and soon comes to distrust his closest friends. Written by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: James L. Conway.
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248 Suspicions 46830.1 1993.05.10 * * *
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When Beverly performs an illegal autopsy, she is relieved of all medical duty on the Enterprise, But to prove the theory of a dying Ferengi scientist, she then places her life in jeopardy. Written by: Joe Menosky and Naren Shankar. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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249 Rightful Heir 46852.2 1993.05.17 * * * ½
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To regain touch with his inner Klingon self, Worf takes leave and works to call up an image of Kahless , the last Klingon emperor. But when Kahless materializes back from the dead, his true identity comes into question. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: James E. Brooks. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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250 Second Chances 46915.2 1993.05.24 * * * ½
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Beaming down to a former landing site, from eight years ago, the away team find Lt. Riker , who eight years ago was created by a transporter malfunction. Now the two Rikers must find away to get along to complete the eight-year-old mission. Thomas Riker is seen again in DS9 #455 "Defiant". Teleplay by: René Echevarria. Story by: Michael A. Medlock. Directed by: Levar Burton.
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251 Timescape 46944.2 1993.06.14 * * * * ½
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Awaiting the return of Picard, Geordi, Data, and Troi the Enterprise moves to answer a Romulan distress signal. Meanwhile, Picard and crew encounter strange time disturbances aboard their runabout and arrive back to find the Enterprise and a warbird frozen in what appears to be the middle of a battle. Written by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: Adam Nimoy.
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252 Descent, Part I 46982.1 1993.06.21 * * * *
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In this sixth season cliffhanger, while responding to a distress signal from a Federation outpost, both the ship and the away team are attacked by a group of Borg individuals. When Data's life is threatened by on of them, he becomes angry and takes pleasure in killing it. After chasing the Borg ship, they manage to capture a Borg that is still alive, but with Data's help, it manages to escape with Data. After tracking them down, the crew finds Data reunited with his evil brother Lore, and Data plainly states, that together, he and Lore will destroy the Federation. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Jeri Taylor. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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