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VII Generations 48632.4 1994.11.18 * *
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Seventy-Eight years ago, Captain Kirk was killed aboard the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-B, which was trying to save two freighters on her day of christening under a captain who was still wet behind the ears. Aboard the freighter, they did manage to rescue, were two El Aurians, Guinan and a scientist, Soran. In the 24th century, on the day of Worf's promotion to Lt. Cmdr., a science outpost is attacked by Romulans. Aboard the outpost, the Enterprise-D finds Dr. Soran. They later discover that Soran has been creating a series of super novas, to alter the path of an energy ribbon called the Nexus, a place of immortality, which Soran has spent the last 78 years trying to get back into. Upon achieving his goal, Picard is pulled in as well. There he enlists the aid of Captain Kirk, who was pulled in 78 years ago; together they go back to just before Soran causes the final Nova, to stop him. Story by: Rick Berman & Ronald D. Moore & Brannon Braga. Screenplay by: Ronald D. Moore & Brannon Braga. Directed by: David Carson.
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VIII First Contact 50893.5 1996.11.22 * * * * ½
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As Captain Picard begins to experience flashbacks to his days as Locutus, the Enterprise receives word from Starfleet that the Borg are on their way back to Earth, and they are ordered to patrol the Romulan Neutral Zone. Disobeying orders, Picard orders the ship to Earth, so they may assist in stopping the Borg. Upon arrival they discover half the fleet already destroyed. They beam the crew of the Defiant aboard, including Lt. Cmdr. Worf. Picard takes control of the fleet and manages to destroy the Borg ship but not before lauching a time probe which goes back in time to assimilate the Federation, before it's even started. The Enterprise must now follow the Borg back to April 4th, 2063 to try and stop them, and make sure that Zefram Cochrane's first trial run of a warp propulsion unit (first identified as the discoverer of the space warp in TOS #31 "Metamorphosis") on April 5th by 11:15AM is successful in that they may have First Contact with a Vulcan ship on time. At one point in the film, in an effort to stop some Borg from assimilating him, Picard opens the Dixon Hill holo-novel The Big Goodbye. Story by: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Ronald D. Moore. Screenplay by: Brannon Braga & Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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IX Insurrection Unknown 1998.12.11 * * * ½
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On special assignment at a "duckblind" operation, Data malfunctions and de-activates the duckblind, exposing Starfleet and a race known as the Son'a to the Ba'ku, the people they've been observing. Picard goes against orders to assist in the safe recovery of his officer, and stumbles onto a top secret plot that goes against the very nature of the Federation's Prime Directive. Story by: Rick Berman & Micheal Piller. Screenplay by: Micheal Piller. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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X Nemesis 56844.9 2002.12.13 * *
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While a new Romulan government asserts itself, the crew discover another Soong-type android. However, the man responsible for both situations shares Picard's DNA. Story by: John Logan & Rick Berman & Brent Spiner. Screenplay by: John Logan. Directed by: Stuart Baird
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