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

253 Descent, Part II 47025.4 1993.09.20 * * * ½
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While Picard, Troi, and Geordi are being held captive by the Borg, Lore is quietly feeding Data negative emotions, and asking him to perform deadly experiments on Geordi. Riker and Worf, in their search for the captain and his party, re encounter Hugh, who is now upset at the fact that they taught him individuality. Meanwhile, after taking the Enterprise back to Federation space to launch a signal buoy, following a Borg attack, Dr. Crusher and the skeleton crew aboard return to face the Borg ship and try and rescue the rest of the crew. Written by: Rene Echevarria. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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254 Liasons Unknown 1993.09.27 * *
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Two ambassadors from the Iaran government are on board for a cutural exchange and Picard is on his way, with a third ambassador, to their homeworld when their shuttle crash lands on a lifeless planet, and Picard is held captive by a mysterious alien woman, in her crashed ship, while the ambassador lies, seemingly dead in his and Picard's shuttle. Teleplay by: Jeanne Carrigan Fauci & Lisa Rich. Story by: Roger Eschbacher & Jaq Greenspon. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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255 Interface 47215.5 1993.10.04 * *
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While testing a new experimental interface probe to help rescue the Federation ship Raman, Geordi, through the probe, encounters what appears to be his mother, whose ship, just recently, disappeared on the other side of the galaxy. Written by: Joe Menosky. Directed by: Robert Wiemer.
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256 Gambit, Part I 47135.2 1993.10.11 * * * *
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While searching for their missing captain, Riker, Troi, Crusher, and Worf, discover that Picard was murdered by a group of mercenaries in a bar near the Ruins of Aphir. After locating the mercenaries, Riker is captured by them; and after firing on the Enterprise, they disappear from the Enterprise's sensors. On the mercenary ship, after being tortured, someone resembling Picard orders Riker's death. But has Riker turned as well when he remotely lowers the Enterprise's shields in order for the mercenary ship to fire on it? Teleplay by: Naren Shankar. Story by: Christopher Hatton and Naren Shankar. Directed by: Peter Lauritson.
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257 Gambit, Part II 47160.1 1993.10.18 * * * *
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When a Romulan mercenary on the ship claims to Picard that she is Vulcan military officer, he learns that the mercenary ship is actually on a mission to deliver parts of an ancient, powerful and deadly, psionic weapon to a group of Vulcan separatists. But which side is Picard on when he first kills Riker when infiltrating the Enterprise, and then assuming command of the mercenary vessel after killing it's captain. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Naren Shankar. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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258 Phantasms 47225.7 1993.10.25 * * * *
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With the installation of a new warp core aboard the Enterprise, Data begins to have nightmares where Counselor Troi is a cellular-peptite cake, with mint frosting, and a telephone is ringing inside Data's stomach. But can Data tell the difference when he attacks Troi with a knife in the turbolift? Written by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: Patrick Stewart.
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259 Dark Page 47254.1 1993.11.01 * * * *
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While communicating with and teaching speech to a new species of telepaths, Lwaxana experiences problems with her own telepathic abilities until she finally collapses into a coma. And Deanna must enter her mind and bring her out of it by forcing her to face a dark secret, she's kept hidden since Deanna was just a baby. Written by: Hilary J. Bader. Directed by: Les Landau.
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260 Attached 47304.2 1993.11.08 * * *
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While on a mission to Kesprit III to evaluate the Kes for Federation membership, Picard and Crusher and Kidnapped by the Prit. After escaping from the Prit prison compound, with the aid of Kes spy, and trying to get to Kes territory, Picard and Crusher discover the that they are linked telepathically through a Prit implant on their necks. Now their deepest thoughts for one another are being exposed. Written by: Nicholas Sagan. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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261 Force Of Nature 47310.2 1993.11.15 * *
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While searching for the Fleming, which disappeared in a warp corridor in a highly sensitive area of space, the Enterprise is attacked by a mostly disabled Ferengi cargo ship at the entrance to the corridor. While following the trail of the Fleming, the Enterprise is attacked and boarded by two people who claim that use of warp drive causes damage to their system and planet, which lies within the warp corridor. One of them even goes so far as to blow herself up to try and prove it. Written by: Naren Shankar. Directed by: Robert Lederman.
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262 Inheritance 47410.2 1993.11.22 * * * *
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While assisting the Atrians in reliquifying their planet's core, a woman comes aboard and claims to have been Dr. Soong's wife (i.e.: Data's mother). But how real is she, when, after a near fatal fall, they discover a well kept secret about her, that not even she knew about. Now after talking to a hologram chip in her head, her fate lies in her son's hands. Teleplay by: Dan Koeppel and René Echevarria. Story by: Dan Koeppel. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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263 Parallels 47391.2 1993.11.29 * * * * *
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Upon returning from a Bat'leth competition on his birthday, Worf finds that reality is constantly changing around him; eventually to the point where he is Captain Riker's first officer, Counselor Troi's his wife, and he's got two kids, neither of whom is Alexander. Can Worf get back to his world, or will he be stuck married to Troi and fighting off Bajoran attacks as Riker's Number One? Written by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: Robert Wiemer.
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264 Pegasus 47457.1 1994.01.10 * * * ½
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Riker's first commander comes on board to oversee a mission to recover the Pegasus, the first ship Will served on, before the Romulans can get their hands on the Federation technology it contained. But twelve years ago, just before in it appeared to blow up right before Will's eyes, there was a mutiny, concerning secret, illegal experiments they were conducting for a tactical advantage over the Romulans. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Levar Burton.
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265 Homeward 47423.9 1994.01.17 * * *
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Upon answering a distress call from Worf's adoptive brother, they find that he has violated the Prime Directive by using Federation technology to save a dying culture from the breakup of their planet. He then takes it a step further, by beaming the group up to the ship's holodeck and convinces Picard to take them to a new planet, which they will still think is there own. But the holodeck is malfunctioning and one member of the group finds his way out of the holodeck and into ten forward. Teleplay by: Naren Shankar. Television Story by: Spike Steingasser. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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266 Sub Rosa Unknown 1994.01.31 * * *
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After her grandmother's funeral, Dr. Beverly Howard Crusher is warned that her Nanna's house and a candle that has been carried, lit, by all the Howard women since the seventeenth century, are haunted. After ignoring this warning, she meets Roman, a thirtyish man, who her Nanna was in love with, falls in love herself and resigns from Starfleet. Meanwhile, the weather-control system for the planet where her Nanna lived, one of the first terra-forming planets in the Federation, is malfunctioning and interferes with the Enterprise's own life-support systems. Teleplay by: Brannon Braga. Television Story by: Jeri Taylor. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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267 Lower Decks 47566.7 1994.02.07 * * * * ½
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While awaiting the results of their personnel reviews to determine promotions, tensions among four young ensigns (one of whom was involved in the "Colvured Starbust" incident at the academy with Wesley, in The First Duty) is greatly increased, especially when two of them are up for the same post. While receiving a tough time from the senior officers, three of them are asked to help an injured Cardassian, who was brought on board from a damaged escape pod, and then ordered to keep their mouths shut about it. Teleplay by: René Echevarria. Story by: Ronald Wilkerson & Jean Louise Matthias. Directed by: Gabrielle Beaumont.
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268 Thine Own Self 47611.2 1994.02.14 * * * * ½
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In an attempt to recover a probe from a planet with a pre-industrialized culture, Data loses his memory. But when become ill with radioactive poisoning from samples of the probe, Data works to save them, while they try to kill him in fear. Meanwhile, Troi gets challenged by Riker, when she decides to go for her bridge officer's test. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Christopher Hatton. Directed by:Winrich Kolbe.
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269 Masks 47615.2 1994.02.21 * * * * *
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When the Enterprise encounters a strange asteroid, which upon drilling becomes an ancient city, Data begins to exhibit multiple personalities; while the Enterprise is slowly transforming into another ancient city itself. Written by: Joe Menosky. Directed by: Robert Wiemer.
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270 Eye Of The Beholder 47623.2 1994.02.28 * * * ½
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Upon investigating an officer's seemingly senseless suicide, Troi begins to have empathic visions of events occurring while the ship was still being built, while falling in love with Worf and becoming jealous to the point of murder and suicide when she sees him kissing another woman. Teleplay by: René Echevarria. Story by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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271 Genesis 47653.2 1994.03.21 * *
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While Picard and Data track down a torpedo that went astray during weapons testing, the rest of the crew begin to de-evolve. Also, Spot gives birth to a litter of kittens. Written by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: Gates McFadden.
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272 Journey's End 47751.2 1994.03.28 * * * * *
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Picard is forced to violate his ethnic values for the good of the Federation, when North American Indian colony is to be forced off their now Cardassian-owned planet, in order to preserve peace. Meanwhile, Wesley Crusher, who's on break from the Academy, undergoes an ancient Indian ritual that inspires him to resign from the Academy. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Corey Allen.
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273 Firstborn 47779.4 1994.04.25 * * * ½
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Worf discovers that Alexander does not wish to be a Klingon Warrior. But when his father is attacked and almost killed, Alex begins to feel otherwise and starts to go along with the efforts of K'Mtar, a servent in the house of Mogh (Worf's late father). However, K'Mtar does not turn out to be who he claims. Teleplay by: René Echevarria. Story by: Mark Kalbfeld. Directed by: Jonathan West.
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274 Bloodlines 47829.1 1994.05.02 * * * ½
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Picard receives a message from former DaiMon Bok (#110 "The Battle") who says that to avenge his son's death, he will kill the son Picard never knew he had. To save the boy who appears to be his son, Picard must attempt a dangerous sub-space transport. Written by: Nicholas Sagan. Directed by: Les Landau.
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275 Emergence 47869.2 1994.05.09 * * * *
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While rehearsing a scene from The Tempest in the holodeck, Picard and Data are nearly hit by the Orient Express. And when the ship saves itself by jumping to warp less than two seconds before being blown up, the crew discovers that the ship is actually giving birth to a new life form and is being controlled by Holodeck 3. Teleplay by: Joe Menosky. Story by: Brannon Braga. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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276 Preemptive Strike 47941.7 1994.05.16 * * * *
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The now Lieutenant Ro, after returning from a program on advanced tactical knowledge, is ordered by Starfleet to go undercover and infiltrate the renegade vigilante group known as the Maquis (DS9 #440-441 The Maquis, Parts I & II ). But will her background as a Bajoran keep her from fulfilling her mission. Teleplay by: Rene Echevarria. Story by: Naren Shankar. Directed by: Patrick Stewart.
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All Good Things 47988.0 1994.05.23 * * * * *
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Picard finds himself travelling between three time frames: 7 years past, present, and 25 years in the future. When he finds himself in Q's court (#101-102 "Encouter At Farpoint"), Judge Q admits that he is the one who has been taking him through time, and that the fate of all humanity rests on Picard's ability to overcome a time spacial anomaly in the Deveron system. Written by: Ronald D. Moore & Brannon Braga. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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