Star Trek
The Next Generation

Episode Guide

Season Air Date Year
Season 1 1987-88 2364
Season 2 1988-89 2365
Season 3 1989-90 2366
Season 4 1990-91 2367
Season 5 1991-92 2368
Season 6 1992-93 2369
Season 7 1993-94 2370

Season 1

"Encounter at Farpoint, Part I" - 41153.7

Series Premiere - The crew of the Enterprise is put on trial by a mysterious force called "Q" for all the crimes of mankind.



"Encounter at Farpoint, Part II" - 41153.8

Series Premiere - The crew of the Enterprise is put on trial by a mysterious force called "Q" for all the crimes of mankind.



"The Naked Now" - 41209.2

Romance, danger and chaos result when a mysterious contaminant renders the crew of the Enterprise intoxicated.



"Code of Honor" - 41235.25

Kidnapped by aliens known as Ligonians, Lieutenant Tasha Yar battles for her freedom and the welfare of a diseased Federation planet.



"Haven" - 41294.5

Deanna Troi is caught between her feelings for Riker and her devotion to family customs when she faces a prearranged marriage.



"Where No One Has Gone Before" - 41263.1

Teenager Wesley Crusher and a dying alien, named the Traveler, are the crew's only hope for escape from a bizarre galaxy where thoughts become real.



"The Last Outpost" - 41386.4

Held captive over an unknown planet, the away teams of the Enterprise and Ferengi starships must pass an important inquisition by a mysterious life form known as "Portal", before they are allowed to continue their journeys through space.



"Lonely Among Us" - 41249.3

Passing through a series of complex energy patterns, the Enterprise crew find themselves trying to solve the mystery surrounding the murder of Assistant Chief Engineer Singh and the altered personalities of Lt. Worf, Dr. Crusher and the Captain.



"Justice" - 41255.6

When Wesley is sentenced to death for innocently violating a foreign planet's customs, Captain Picard is forced to chose between negotiating for Wesley's life or adhering to the Federation's Prime Directive which prohibits interfering with another civilization's way of life.



"The Battle" - 41723.9

A thought altering device, controlled by a Ferengi Captain seeking revenge on Picard for his son's death, threatens the life of the Captain and the safety of the Enterprise.



"Hide and Q" - 41590.5

The Enterprise is once again challenged by the dangerous and powerful "Q" who offers Riker god-like powers in exchange for Riker's membership in the "Q" Continuum.



"Too Short a Season" - 41309.5

The Enterprise escorts a Federation admiral to a planet to negotiate the release of hostages, but the planet governor wants to kill him in revenge for a previous hostage crisis that ended in tragedy.



"The Big Goodbye" - 41997.7

When the holodecks malfunction, the Captain and three crew members become trapped in San Francisco, 1941, where they are held hostage by murderous gangsters.



"Datalore" - 41242.4

Data's android look-alike (Lore) formulates an evil masterplan that could destroy the Enterprise.



"Angel One" - 41636.9

While the away team struggle to save male fugitives on a planet run by women, the Enterprise is ravaged by an highly infectious virus.



"11001001" - 41365.9

The Enterprise is hijacked by an alien species who need the ship's computer to regenerate the one damaged on their own planet.



"Home Soil" - 41463.9

A powerful microscopic life form declares war on humans, takes over the Enterprise's lab and computers, and threatens to destroy the ship.



"When the Bough Breaks" - 41509.1

Wesley and several children from the Enterprise are kidnapped by a sterile civilization which hopes to use them to rebuild their race.



"Coming of Age" - 41416.2

While Wesley endures the grueling Starfleet Academy entrance exam, Captain Picard faces an investigation into his competency as a commander.



"Heart of Glory" - 41503.7

Lt. Worf is torn between his loyalty to the Enterprise and his fierce Klingon heritage when two Klingon fugitives try to take over the ship.



"The Arsenal of Freedom" - 41798.2

Picard and the away team fight for their lives on a planet run by a computerized weapons system.



"Symbiosis" - 41---.-

The Enterprise is caught in the middle when two alien races wage a bitter battle over cargo which one of them needs for survival.



"Skin of Evil" - 41601.3

A rescue mission turns the tragedy when one of the Enterprise officers is killed by an evil alien. The Monster-Made-of-Tar kills Lt Yar.



"We'll Always Have Paris" - 41697.9

Captain Picard is unexpectedly reunited with his first love in the midst of an investigation into lethal time warp experiments.



"Conspiracy" - 41775.5

Captain Picard and Commander Riker travel to Earth to investigate a conspiracy in the highest ranks of Starfleet command.



"The Neutral Zone" - 41986.0

Season 1 Finale - While traveling to a meeting with hostile Romulans, the crew discovers a ship containing three frozen Americans from the 20th century.

Season 2

"The Child" - 42073.1

Season 2 Premiere - While preparing to transport a deadly plague to a research lab, the crew is stunned by the announcement of Counselor Troi's pregnancy.



"Where Silence Has Lease" - 42193.6

The crew is held hostage in a mysterious void by a being who wishes to observe the many ways in which humans die.



"Elementary, Dear Data" - 42286.3

Pretending to be Sherlock Holmes, Data uses the holodeck to solve a mystery that threatens Dr. Pulaski's life.



"The Outrageous Okona" - 42402.7

While the Enterprise crew play host to a witty renegade captain, Data struggles to acquire a sense of humor.



"The Schizoid Man" - 42437.5

A brilliant but terminally ill scientist seeks eternal life by transferring his mind into Data's body.



"Loud as a Whisper" - 42477.2

The future of a warring planet depends on a deaf mediator, who suddenly loses his ability to communicate.



"Unnatural Selection" - 42494.8

The crew grapples with a mysterious disease which accelerates the aging process, causing humans to die of old age within a matter of days.



"A Matter of Honor" - 42506.5

Riker's loyalties are put to the test when he is assigned to a Klingon vessel which plans to attack the Enterprise.



"The Measure of a Man" - 42523.7

When Data refuses to be disassembled for research purposes, Picard is enlisted to defend his rights in court.



"The Dauphin" - 42568.8

Wesley finds romance with the beautiful young ruler of Daled IV whose secret power could destroy the Enterprise and her crew.



"Contagion" - 42609.1

The Enterprise's computer system falls prey to a mysterious electronic "virus" which programs the ship to self destruct.



"The Royale" - 42625.4

Investigating the discovery of a piece of metal bearing a NASA insignia, the Away Team finds itself trapped in the world of "The Hotel Royale", a bad novel come to life.



"Time Squared" - 42679.2

The Enterprise discovers a Federation shuttle containing an exact double of Captain Picard from six hours in the future.



"The Icarus Factor" - 42686.4

Riker's estranged father reappears on the eve of his departure to become captain on a new starship.



"Pen Pals" - 42695.3

Data races against time to save the life a little alien girl on a planet doomed for destruction.



"Q Who" - 42761.3

The Enterprise is hurled far away from the Federation by "Q", who sets them up for an encounter with a race of half-human, half-robot aliens known as the Borg.



"Samaritan Snare" - 42779.1

While Picard fights for his life in surgery, Geordi is held hostage by the leaders of an alien race called the Pakleds.



"Up the Long Ladder" - 42823.2

The crew's rescue of a missing earth colony leads to the discovery of a civilization composed entirely of clones.



"Manhunt" - 42859.2

In her search for the perfect mate, Troi's mother beams aboard the Enterprise - and sets her sights on Captain Picard.



"The Emissary" - 42901.3

An official mission becomes a personal matter when Worf's former love is sent to the Enterprise to mediate a dispute between Klingons and the Federation.



"Peak Performance" - 42923.4

A simulated war game turns deadly when the crew is ambushed by a Ferengi battleship.



"Shades of Grey" - 42976.1

Season 2 Finale - Commander Riker is struck down by a deadly microbe which invades his central nervous system and attacks his brain.

Season 3

"Evolution" - 43125.8

Season 3 Premiere - Wesley accidentally releases several pairs of Nanites, microscopic robots, which invade the ships computer and threaten the ship.



"The Ensigns of Command" - 43---.-

Data races against time to save a human colony that's been marked for death by aliens.



"The Survivors" - 43152.4

The crew travels to Rana IV, a remote colony where just two of its 11,000 inhabitants have miraculously survived a devastating attack.



"Who Watches the Watchers" - 43173.5

Mistakenly believing Captain Picard to be a god, the members of a primitive culture seize Troi and prepare to sacrifice her to him.



"The Bonding" - 43198.7

When the ship's archaeologist is killed on a mission led by Worf, the Klingon feels responsible for the son she left behind.



"Booby Trap" - 43205.6

The Enterprise is caught in a booby trap that captures the ship and converts its energy into lethal levels of radiation.



"The Enemy" - 43349.2

After Geordi is stranded on a storm-ravaged planet, the crew's attempts to rescue him are hindered by an aggressive Romulan warship.



"The Price" - 43385.6

Counselor Troi is swept off her feet by a dashing delegate who uses unethical methods to conduct his business on board the Enterprise.



"The Vengeance Factor" - 43421.9

The crew's attempts to mediate a violent dispute between warring clans is sabotaged by a mysterious assassin.



"The Defector" - 43462.5

A Romulan defector leads the crew into a showdown that could erupt into a full scale war.



"The Hunted" - 43489.2

The Enterprise is bombarded by a soldier who is the victim of government mind control, which turns him into a violent killer.



"The High Ground" - 43510.7

Doctor Crusher's abduction by a radical terrorist group thrusts the crew into an explosive civil war on Rutia IV.



"Deja Q" - 43539.1

"Q" is made human by the rest of the "Q" Continuum as a punishment, and seeks shelter on the Enterprise from his many enemies while he struggles with being human.



"A Matter of Perspective" - 43610.4

Riker is suspected of murdering a respected scientist who had accused the Enterprise officer of seducing his wife.



"Yesterday's Enterprise" - 43625.2

The USS Enterprise-C comes through a temporal rift and alters the present. The Federation is now at war with the Klingons, and Tasha Yar is alive and serving on the Enterprise-D.



"The Offspring" - 43657.0

Data becomes a father when he creates an android using a transfer of his own neural programming.



"Sins of the Father" - 43685.2

Worf's father is accused of betraying the Empire to the Romulans at the Khitomer Massacre. Worf travels to the Klingon Home Planet to challenge the accusations.



"Allegiance" - 43714.1

Without the crew's knowledge, Captain Picard is kidnapped and replaced by an evil impostor.



"Captain's Holiday" - 43745.2

Captain Picard goes on a vacation to the planet Risa, where he meets a beautiful woman on a quest for a mysterious weapon from the future, called the Tox Uhtat.



"Tin Man" - 43779.3

The Enterprise races the Romulans to an unstable star system to meet with an alien ship/life-form there. On board is Tam Elbrun, a Betazed telepath with stress problems, who is a First Contact specialist.



"Hollow Pursuits" - 43807.4

Lt. Barclay, who spends all his free time on the Holodeck, must learn to abandon his fantasy life and deal with real people.



"The Most Toys" - 43872.2

Data is captured by an unscrupulous merchant/collector, who wants to add the only sentient android to his collection.



"Sarek" - 43917.4

Ambassador Sarek comes on board to conduct some crucial negotiations. But his emotional control seems to be breaking down, and his wild emotions are telepathically affecting the whole ship.



"Mènage à Troi" - 43930.7

Lwaxana Troi, Deanna, and Cmdr. Riker are kidnapped from Betazed by a Ferengi DaiMon, who wants Lwaxana's telepathic ability, and her body as well.



"Transfigurations" - 43957.2

The Enterprise rescues a mysterious humanoid whose remarkable powers affect the entire crew.



"The Best of Both Worlds, Part I" - 43989.1

Season 3 Finale - The Borg enter Federation space and start heading for Earth. The Enterprise tries to stop them. In the process, Picard is captured by the Borg.

Season 4

"The Best of Both Worlds, Part II" - 44001.4

Season 4 Premiere - Riker must choose between saving Picard and saving humanity when the Borg use the kidnapped captain as part of their plan to destroy Earth.



"Family" - 44012.3

While the Enterprise undergoes repairs on Earth, crew members reunite with family as Picard comes face to face with his jealous brother.



"Brothers" - 44085.7

After being summoned home by his elderly creator, Data clashes with his evil brother, Lore.



"Suddenly Human" - 44143.7

Picard risks war when he refuses to return a human boy to the alien father who raised him, and may have abused him.



"Remember Me" - 44161.2

Wesley's experiment with warp fields result in the mysterious disappearance of the crew.



"Legacy" - 44215.2

A rescue mission leads the crew to the birthplace of their late comrade Tasha Yar, where they encounter her mysterious sister.



"Reunion" - 44246.3

When Picard is chosen to mediate a Klingon power struggle, Worf confronts the Klingon who disgraced him.



"Future Imperfect" - 44286.5

After an Away Team mission fails, Riker awakens in sickbay to discover sixteen years have passed and he now commands the Enterprise, and he has a son.



"Final Mission" - 44307.3

After being accepted to Starfleet Academy, Wesley accompanies Picard on a final mission, only to find himself struggling to keep the captain alive.



"The Loss" - 44356.9

Counselor Troi resigns her post after experiencing a mysterious loss of her empathetic powers.



"Data's Day" - 44390.1

A friend's impending wedding compounds Data's confusion about the nuances of human feelings.



"The Wounded" - 44429.6

Picard must stop a renegade Federation starship which is making unprovoked attacks on a former enemy's ship.



"Devil's Due" - 44474.5

Picard fights to save a planet from a powerful woman who claims to be the devil.



"Clues" - 44502.7

Picard and the crew are shocked to discover that Data is lying to them.



"First Contact" - 44---.-

Critically wounded during a first contact mission, Riker is mistaken for a hostile alien.



"Galaxy's Child" - 44614.6

The Enterprise becomes surrogate mother to a huge alien creature after Picard is forced to destroy its real mother.



"Night Terrors" -44631.2

Trapped in a rift in space, the crew of the Enterprise are plagued by unexplained paranoia and hallucinations.



"Idenity Crisis" - 44664.5

Dr. Crusher races against time to locate a parasite that threatens to transform Geordi into an alien creature.



"The Nth Degree" - 44704.2

A crew member is endowed with super human intelligence by an alien probe and threatens the fate of the Enterprise.



"Qpid" - 44741.9

The mischievous Q turns Picard into Robin Hood and sends him on a quest designed to force him to prove his love for an old flame.



"The Drumhead" - 44769.2

A search for a spy aboard the Enterprise turns into a witch hunt in which Picard is implicated as a traitor.



"Half a Life" - 44805.3

Picard risks war when he offers asylum to a visiting scientist who wishes to escape the ritual suicide mandated by his society.



"The Host" - 44821.3

Dr. Crusher's love is put to the test when she falls for an alien who exists in different "host bodies" in order to survive.



"The Mind's Eye" - 44885.5

Romulan forces kidnap Geordi and turn him into a killing machine.



"In Theory" - 44932.3

Data experiments with love by pursuing romantic relationship with a fellow crew member.



"Redemption, Part I" - 44995.3

Season 4 Finale - As civil war threatens the Klingon Empire, Worf's loyalties are torn between the Federation and his people.

Season 5

"Redemption, Part II" - 45020.4

Season 5 Premiere - Picard risks all out war with the Romulans when he involves Starfleet in a Klingon civil war.



"Darmok" - 45047.2

Picard is forced into a dangerous situation with an alien starship captain who can only communicate through symbols.



"Ensign Ro" - 45076.3

A Starfleet admiral, unwittingly being used by outside forces, involves the Enterprise crew in a deadly conspiracy.



"Silicon Avatar" - 45122.3

When the Crystalline Entity reappears, Picard and Data try to establish communication with it before it is destroyed by a revengeful scientist.



"Disaster" - 45156.1

The Enterprise is damaged in a collision and the crew are trapped throughout the ship, leaving Deanna Troi in command.



"The Game" - 45208.2

The fate of the Federation is in Wesley Crusher's hands when he returns to find the crew of the Enterprise addicted to a dangerous new game.



"Unification, Part I" - 45233.1

Picard and Data travel to Romulus to investigate an unauthorized mission undertaken by the Federation's legendary Mr. Spock.



"Unification, Part II" - 45245.8

Picard and Mr. Spock clash over over a proposed reunification of the Romulans and the Vulcans.



"A Matter of Time" - 45349.1

A historian from the 26th century comes back in time to study the Enterprise crew and it's handling of a crisis.



"New Ground" - 45376.3

Worf learns some painful lessons about parenting when his son Alexander arrives to join his father on the Enterprise.



"Hero Worship" - 45397.3

A young boy who is the sole survivor of a devastated ship becomes obsessed with simulating Data.



"Violations" - 45429.3

Troi, Riker and Dr. Crusher fall into unexplained comas while the Enterprise plays host to an alien race.



"The Masterpiece Society" - 45470.1

Picard's efforts to save a genetically engineered society from a natural disaster threaten to destroy it.



"Conundrum" - 45494.2

While suffering an unexplained case of amnesia, the crew finds themselves fighting a war they do not remember or understand.



"Power Play" - 45571.2

Counselor Troi, Data, and Chief O'Brien are taken over by mysterious energy beings and hijack the Enterprise for an unknown purpose.



"Ethics" - 45587.3

Loyalty and ethics clash when a paralyzed Worf asks Riker to help him commit suicide.



"The Outcast" - 45614.6

A rescue mission leads to a dangerous romance between Riker and a rebellious member of an androgynous race.



"Cause and Effect" - 45652.1

The Enterprise is trapped in a time warp that forces the crew to endlessly repeat the same experiences.



"The First Duty" - 45703.9

Caught between loyalty to his friends and the need to tell the truth, Wesley becomes involved in a cover-up when his Starfleet Academy squadron suffers a deadly collision.



"Cost of Living" - 45733.6

Preparing for her wedding aboard the Enterprise, Troi's free-thinking mother causes trouble between Worf and his son.



"The Perfect Mate" - 45761.3

A beautiful woman, chosen by her people to serve as a peace offering to end a centuries-long war, falls in love with Picard.



"Imaginary Friend" - 45852.1

A child on board as an imaginary friend, but is it imaginary?



"I, Borg" - 45854.2

Picard and the crew suffer from conflicting emotions when the Enterprise rescues a critically-injured Borg.



"The Next Phase" - 45892.4

Geordi and Ro are pronounced dead after a transporting maneuver from a distressed Romulan ship goes awry.



"The Inner Light" - 45944.1

After a mysterious accident, Picard awakes up living the life of another person on a faraway planet.



"Time's Arrow, Part I" - 45959.1

Season 5 Finale - After Data learns of his own death in late-19th-century San Francisco, a freak accident transports him back to that period.

Season 6

"Time's Arrow, Part II" - 46001.6

Season 6 Premiere - The Enterprise crew travels between the 19th and 24th centuries in an attempt to prevent Data's death in 19th century San Francisco. An Enterprise engineer is forced to confront his paralyzing fear of being transported.



"Realm of Fear" - 46041.1

An Enterprise engineer is forced to confront his paralyzing fear of being transported.



"Man of the People - 46071.6

Troi is drastically transformed when a visiting ambassador secretly uses her to achieve his aims.



"Relics" - 46125.3

Trapped in limbo for 75 years, Star Trek's Scotty awakens to join the Next Generation in the 24th century.



"Schisms" - 46154.2

The Enterprise crew suffers bizarre consequences following a secret, unwelcome alien visit where crewmembers are abducted.



"True Q" - 46192.3

A young woman arrives on the Enterprise who may be a Q. Q shows up to test her powers and decide her fate.



"Rascals" - 46235.7

A bizarre transporter mishap transform Picard and three other staff members into children just as Ferengis invade and disable the ship.



"A Fist Full of Datas" - 46271.5

A holodeck fantasy goes awry, sending Worf and his son into a Wild West showdown with a villain who's a dead ringer for Data.



"The Quality of life" - 46307.2

Data risks Picard and Geordi's lives in order to protect another "living" machine.



"Chain of Command, Part I" - 46357.4

After resigning his command to participate in a dangerous secret mission, Captain Picard is taken hostage by the Cardassians.



"Chain of Command, Part II" - 46360.8

While under the command of an unfeeling new captain, the Enterprise attempts to rescue Picard from the Cardassians.



"Ship in a Bottle" - 46424.1

A calculating Sherlock Holmesian character traps Picard and others in a holodeck simulation.



"Aquiel" - 46461.3

Geordi is enamored with a beautiful and mysterious Starfleet lieutenant accused of murder.



"Face of the Enemy" - 46519.1

Forced to impersonate a Romulan Intelligence officer, Counselor Troi becomes a pivotal part of an elaborate defection scheme.



"Tapestry" - 46---.-

After Picard loses his life in a surprise attack, Q gives him the chance to change his destiny.



"Birthright, Part I" - 46578.4

Worf and Data embark on unusual journeys to seek out their fathers while at Deep Space Nine.



"Birthright, Part II" - 46759.2

Imprisoned in a society of peaceful Klingons and Romulans, Worf risks his life to show the younger Klingons their lost heritage and inspire them to claim their honor.



"Starship mine" - 46682.4

While the Enterprise is bombarded with lethal rays, Picard is trapped on board with a band of interstellar thieves.



"Lessons" - 46693.1

Picard is torn between love and duty when he is forced to send the woman he loves on a potentially deadly mission.



"The Chase" - 46731.5

Picard finds himself in a race with Cardassians, Klingons, and Romulans to solve a four-billion-year old genetic puzzle.



"Frame of Mind" - 46778.1

Trapped in an alien mental hospital, with little memory of the past, Riker is convinced he is going insane.



"Suspicions" - 46830.1

A pioneering Ferengi scientist is found dead, and Beverly risks her career to prove he was murdered.



"Rightful Heir" - 46041.1

Worf finds his faith sorely tested when it appears that the greatest Klingon warrior of all time has returned from the dead to reclaim the empire.



"Second chances" - 46915.2

Returning to the site of an eight-year-old mission, Riker encounters an identical double of himself, who tries to rekindle a relationship with Troi.



"Timescape" - 46944.2

The Enterprise is frozen in time on the brink of total annihilation, and Picard must figure out how to rescue it without destroying it.



"Descent, Part I" - 46982.1

Season 6 Finale - When the Borg return to do battle with the Federation, they boast a new individuality- and tempt Data when they help him feel his first emotion.

Season 7

"Descent, Part II" - 47025.4

Season 7 Premiere - Picard, Troi, and Geordi are held prisoner by Data, who has left the Enterprise to join his evil brother Lore as leaders of the Borg.



"Liaisons" - 47---.-

While the crew plays host to ambassadors from an alien race, Picard is stranded on a barren planet with a woman who falls desperately in love with him.



"Interface" - 47215.5

Geordi defies Picard's commands and risks his life in what appears to be a futile attempt to rescue his missing mother.



"Gambit, Part I" - 47135.2

Riker is shocked to find Picard, who has been missing and presumed dead, posing as a mercenary on an alien ship.



"Gambit, Part II" - 47160.1

Picard and Riker masquerade as mercenaries in order to retrieve a potentially lethal Vulcan artifact.



"Phantasms" - 47225.7

Data's first bad dream turns into a real-life nightmare for the rest of the Enterprise crew.



"Dark Page" - 47245.1

Troi must probe her mother's psyche when a traumatic secret causes a psychic breakdown that threatens Lwaxana's life.



"Attached" - 47304.2

Imprisoned and telepathically joined by an alien race, Picard and Beverly are forced to face the feelings they have always had for each other.



"Force of Nature" - 47310.2

An alien brother and sister resort to desperate measures to prove their theory that warp drive is destroying the universe.



"Inheritance" - 47410.2

A routine mission to save an endangered planet brings Data face-to-face with a woman who claims to be his mother.



"Parallels" - 47391.2

Returning to the Enterprise from a competition, Worf finds reality changing, and is troubled when no one else seems to notice.



"The Pegasus" - 47457.1

Riker is torn when his former commander, now an admiral, orders him to hide the real purpose of a risky mission from Picard.



"Homeward" - 47423.9

Worf's foster brother violates the Prime Directive in an effort to save a doomed alien race.



"Sub Rosa" - 47---.-

Shortly after her grandmother's death, Beverly falls under the spell of a ghost lover who has been in her family for generations.



"Lower Decks" - 47566.7

While enduring the Enterprise's promotion evaluation process, four junior officers find themselves involved in a top-secret mission.



"Thine own self" - 47611.2

Having completely lost his memory, Data is stranded on a primitive planet where the inhabitants fear he is carrying a deadly plague.



"Masks" - 47615.2

While an alien archive transforms the Enterprise into its ancient society, Data is taken over by several different personalities from the extinct civilization.



"Eye of the Beholder" - 47623.2

While experiencing empathic visions after an officer's mysterious suicide, Troi becomes romantically involved with Worf.



"Genesis" - 47653.2

Picard and Data return to the Enterprise to discover that the entire crew has de-evolved into prehistoric beings.



"Jouney's end" - 47751.2

While Picard is forced to relocate a group of American Indians from a planet they have settled, one of the colonists causes Wesley to re-examine his future.



"Firstborn" - 47779.4

A mysterious family friend arrives to help transform Worf's reluctant son Alexander into a warrior.



"Bloodlines" - 47829.1

Picard learns that he has a son, and that the young man has been targeted for murder by an old enemy in search of revenge.



"Emergence" - 47869.2

The lives of the Enterprise crew are endangered when the ship suddenly develops its own intelligence.



"Preemptive strike" - 47941.7

Ro Laren is forced to choose between her loyalty to Picard and her hatred toward Cardassia when she accepts an assignment to infiltrate the Maquis.



"All Good Things . . . ,Part I" - 47988.0

Series Finale (Season 7) - Picard finds himself travelling between the past, present, and future while attempting to prevent the destruction of humanity... by his own actions.



"All Good Things . . . ,Part II" - 47988.0

Series Finale (Season 7) - Picard finds himself travelling between the past, present, and future while attempting to prevent the destruction of humanity... by his own actions.

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