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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Year: 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Encounter at Farpoint

26 September 1987
On the maiden mission of a new Enterprise, the God-like being known as Q challenges the crew to discover the secret of a mysterious base in a truly intelligent & civilized fashion.

Season 1, Episode 2: The Naked Now

3 October 1987
The crew of the Enterprise is infected with a virus that causes them to behave as though they were intoxicated.

Season 1, Episode 3: Code of Honor

10 October 1987
When the leader of an alien culture takes a romantic interest in Lt. Yar, he claims her for his own, to the dismay of his own wife, who, in turn, challenges Tasha in a fight to the death.

Season 1, Episode 4: The Last Outpost

17 October 1987
At the Federation's first encounter with the hostile, thievish Ferengi race, both the Enterprise and their 'daimon' (captain) Tarr's spaceship are immobilized by a force field from a dead-presumed planet. It turns out to be the 'portal', a gatekeeper, last survivor of a superior civilization wiped out by their star's supernova. He captures both races' scouting teams and test if they deserve to be spared or put down as hopeless barbarians. The Ferengi try blaming the humans, Riker brutal, yet noble honesty.

Season 1, Episode 5: Where No One Has Gone Before

24 October 1987
Although Riker considers maverick federation scientist Kosinski's project to vastly boast the propulsion absurd, Picard obeys the admiralty orders. Fascinated, Wesley sits with his alien assistant and wins his confidence. the results surpass eve Kosinski's wildest dreams, jumping into a galaxy far beyond the explored part of the universe. Deciding against immediate study, Picard orders Kosinski to get them back. Only Wesley noticed that his assistant, who 'faded' supernaturally, is the real key. The next jump brings to where the crew's deepest hopes and fears come true. The alien assistant is ailing and reveals his 'traveller' identity. Wesley's astuteness is noted and fittingly rewarded with an academy cadet future.

Season 1, Episode 6: Lonely Among Us

31 October 1987
The Enterprise is transporting to the neutral planet parliament peace delegates from two races which can't stand each other long enough to occupy neighboring suites, yet both want to join the Federation. Traveling trough a mysterious energy cloud, some gets aboard and keeps jumping from crew members to machinery and vice versa, as if seeking a suitable host and learning about the ship, without revealing itself. The crew catches on slowly, as nobody seems seriously affected, except Wesley's engineering mentor Singh, who is killed in a warp technology accident, but 'host' the highly intelligent entity.

Season 1, Episode 7: Justice

7 November 1987
After exhausting activities to help a human colony settle, the Enterprise crew is delighted to take their first-ever shore leave on Edo, an extremely friendly planet. Half in jest, Picard says it seems to too good to be true, an Eden-like playground. Alas, it is, for while teaching native adolescents football, Wesley unwittingly commits a minor transgression in the zone where all errors suffer the single punishment: death by painless injection. Back aboard Enterprise, the senior officers struggle with an entity defying even the known laws of nature, which is facing and testing them. It turns out to be Edo's 'god', who is fiercely protective of his 'children', and learned all Federation knowledge from their database, and intends to hold them to their laws. Thus, violating the Prime Directive to save Wesley might arouse the fatal wrath of this 'god'.

Season 1, Episode 8: The Battle

14 November 1987
The Enterprise is kept waiting for days on a mysterious rendezvous with Ferenge 'daimon' (captain) Bok's spaceship, then receives a gift which stuns Picard: the USS Stargazer, the lost vessel he commanded in a legendary battle, won by inventing a now classic maneuver. He goes aboard to recover some belongings and takes it in tow, but suffers worrying headaches and starts behaving erratically, until he leaves the Enterprise for it. Data works out Bok's motivation for the gift against his race's mercantile attitude, which even gets him removed from command. Wesley notices very peculiar waves.

Season 1, Episode 9: Hide and Q

21 November 1987
The Enterprise encounters Q again, and he tempts Riker by endowing him with the powers of the Q.

Season 1, Episode 10: Haven

28 November 1987
While on a mission to a planet called Haven, Counselor Troi meets her husband to be, a marriage arranged by her father years before, as the Enterprise encounters a ship far deadlier than any combat could provide.

Season 1, Episode 11: The Big Goodbye

9 January 1988
Captain Picard and some of his crew are caught in a deadly trap in the holodeck as the result of a ship-wide scan from an alien race.

Season 1, Episode 12: Datalore

16 January 1988
The Enterprise visits the planet where Data was created and discovers another android like him, but when he's assembled, he's not EXACTLY like him.

Season 1, Episode 13: Angel One

23 January 1988
Riker, Troi, Data and Yar beam down to a planet ruled by a matriarchal government in the hopes of locating a missing freighter crew.

Season 1, Episode 14: 11001001

30 January 1988
The Enterprise docks at a starbase for repairs where it is commandeered by a race of technologically-linked aliens intent on using the vessel for their own purposes.

Season 1, Episode 15: Too Short a Season

6 February 1988
The Enterprise transports an elderly Starfleet Admiral to negotiate a hostage crisis. When the Admiral takes a de-aging drug, he endangers both his life and the mission.

Season 1, Episode 16: When the Bough Breaks

13 February 1988
A planet that was able to cloak itself for thousands of years suddenly reveals itself, with its inhabitants proposing peace. But, after initial negotiations, children of the Enterprise are kidnapped due to the impotence of the inhabitants.

Season 1, Episode 17: Home Soil

20 February 1988
On Velara III, Geordi and Data discover a microscopic life form responsible for the death of an engineer stationed on the base.

Season 1, Episode 18: Coming of Age

12 March 1988
Picard finds himself facing a strenuous test of his loyalty to Starfleet, one which the other members of the crew are struggling to cope with, whilst Wesley faces an equally challenging entrance exam at Starfleet Academy.

Season 1, Episode 19: Heart of Glory

19 March 1988
The Enterprise searches for answers as to why 3 Klingon warriors were the only survivors aboard a freighter just inside the neutral zone that was attacked by what seemed to be Ferengi ship.

Season 1, Episode 20: The Arsenal of Freedom

9 April 1988
The Enterprise encounters a planet long dead, but technical equipment still functions for the purpose of selling off its arsenal, along with self sufficiency.

Season 1, Episode 21: Symbiosis

16 April 1988
While observing a solar flare, the Enterprise happens to pick up distress calls from a breaking-down freighter. Two of the six people aboard get killed as there's no time left to beam aboard properly because the cargo was sent first, yet the other two crew members seem to care only for the freight. Their passengers, from their neighbor planet, contest ownership because their agreed payment aboard the freighter was lost. It's their only produce, vital for the other planet since it was struck by a general plague. Yet Dr. Crusher soon realizes it's not really medicine as they have no plague symptoms, yet suffer immensely without it.

Season 1, Episode 22: Skin of Evil

23 April 1988
The shuttle bringing Troi back to the Enterprise from an individual mission crashes on a near-unknown planet. It was presumed uninhabited, but shows atypical, live-like activity. Riker leads an away-team, including Data, which discovers the shuttle is controlled and access barred by a shape-shifting, oily slick of hostile, almost sadistic nature, with immense powers. Attempts to pass it cause Riker to be temporarily swallowed, Yar to be killed. Picard beams down to take command while Deana works out it's acting out of deep frustration, which they must tap into.

Season 1, Episode 23: We'll Always Have Paris

30 April 1988
Puzzled, the Enterprise follows the enigmatic trail of distress messages left behind by the vessel of reputed time-space-continuum researcher Dr. Paul Manheim, which went missing years ago during his last experiment. It went terribly wrong, causing a time-distorting ripple to spread from a binary star system and pulsar's tapped-into unimaginable energy, which already affects the Enterpise crew. To prevent the galaxy being ripped open, the process must be reversed, although gravely, maybe fatally, injured Mannheim can only give unreliable instructions to Data. Picard is largely focused on Paul's younger wife Jenice, once Jean-Luc's fiancée, whom he dumped in Paris for his Starfleet dream.

Season 1, Episode 24: Conspiracy

7 May 1988
After diverting to a secret meeting with an old friend and some of Starfleet's finest commanders, Picard finds the Horatio blown to bits just hours after the meeting and he returns the Enterprise to Earth looking for answers.

Season 1, Episode 25: The Neutral Zone

14 May 1988
"Days of Yesteryear" would have been a more proper title, as Data finds an ancient space capsule from Earth, with three people who have been frozen for over 400 years. Meanwhile, Starfleet sends the Enterprise to the edge of the Romulan Neutral Zone, where their starbases and personnel have disappeared after decades without contact between the Federation and the Romulans. Meanwhile, Dr. Crusher revives the three survivors who died of incurable diseases and were placed in cryonic freeze after their deaths in the hopes that cures might be found in the future. Upon their first encounter, Captain Picard also learns from the Romulans that their starbases and personnel have also disappeared.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Child

19 November 1988
Deanna is impregnated by a unknown alien life-form, and Dr. Katherine Pulaski joins the Enterprise as the ship's new Chief Medical Officer.

Season 2, Episode 2: Where Silence Has Lease

26 November 1988
The Enterprise encounters a mysterious void in space and when they move in closer to investigate further, it envelops them and they can't get out.

Season 2, Episode 3: Elementary, Dear Data

3 December 1988
An attempt to provide Data with a challenging Sherlock Holmes holodeck RPG scenario backfires when its Prof. Moriarty character accidentally becomes self-aware.

Season 2, Episode 4: The Outrageous Okona

10 December 1988
The Enterprise rescues the captain of a broken-down freighter, only to become involved in a dispute between feuding worlds--each demanding custody of their guest. Data seeks help from Guinan in understanding humor.

Season 2, Episode 5: Loud as a Whisper

7 January 1989
The crew ferries a deaf mediator to Solais V to negotiate an end to a civil war.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Schizoid Man

21 January 1989
The Enterprise respond to a request for medical assistance from Dr. Ira Graves, considered by many to be the greatest living mind in the universe. Graves didn't want any help and the Enterprise was summoned by his assistant Kareen. He is a crotchety old man who doesn't really like people but is now in the terminal stages of his illness. He taught Data's creator, Dr. Soong, everything he knows and describes himself as the android's grandfather. Knowing that the end is near, he transfers all of his knowledge and intellect into Data. As a result, Data begins to act differently and becomes a cause of concern to Picard and others.

Season 2, Episode 7: Unnatural Selection

28 January 1989
The Enterprise is en route to Star Station India when receive a distress signal from the USS Lantree, a Federation supply ship. When they arrive, they find everyone aboard the Lantree dying of what seems to be old age. They proceed to the Lantree's last port of call, the Darwin genetic research facility on Gagarin IV only to find that they too are suffering from rapid aging. Picard and Dr. Pulaski clash when she brings aboard one of the children from the station and in order to complete her examination, takes him aboard a shuttle craft in order to isolate him from the Enterprise crew. She is soon infected however and seems doomed to die of old age but Picard may have a solution.

Season 2, Episode 8: A Matter of Honor

4 February 1989
When the Federation promotes an officer exchange program, Commander Riker decides to accept an assignment aboard a Klingon war ship. As the first Federation officer to serve aboard a Klingon vessel, Riker has to gain the trust of his new shipmates and particularly that of his irascible captain. As part of the same exchange program, the Enterprise welcomes aboard Ensign Mendon from a culture that is forever seeking to improve operational efficiency. When he discovers a bacteria attacking the integrity of the ship's hull, he searches for a solution on his own rather than reporting it. When the same bacteria affects the Klingon ship, its Captain believes the Enterprise is responsible and orders an attack.

Patrick Stewart ... Captain Jean-Luc Picard

Jonathan Frakes ... Commander William T. Riker

LeVar Burton ... Lieutenant Geordi La Forge (credit only)

Michael Dorn ... Lieutenant Worf

Marina Sirtis ... Counselor Deanna Troi (credit only)

Brent Spiner ... Lt. Commander Data

Wil Wheaton ... Wesley Crusher

Diana Muldaur ... Doctor Pulaski

John Putch ... Ensign Mendon
Chris Latta ... Captain Kargan (as Christopher Collins)

Brian Thompson ... Second Officer Klag

Colm Meaney ... Chief Miles O'Brien

Peter Parros ... Tactics Officer
Laura Drake ... Vekma
James G. Becker ... Youngblood (uncredited)
Dexter Clay ... Security Officer (uncredited)
Randy James ... Ten Forward waiter (uncredited)
Nora Leonhardt ... Command Division Ensign (uncredited)
Tim McCormack ... Ensign Bennett (uncredited)
Bob Smithson ... Klingon Crewman (uncredited)
Guy Vardaman ... Darien Wallace (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Measure of a Man

11 February 1989
When Data resigns his commission rather than be dismantled for examination by an inadequately skilled scientist, a formal hearing is convened to determine whether Data is considered property without rights or is a sentient being.

Season 2, Episode 10: The Dauphin

18 February 1989
Ens. Wesley Crusher suffers from the pangs of first love when the Enterprise is tasked to transport a young woman, Salia, back to her home where she is to become the leader of her people. Traveling with her is her guardian and teacher, Anya, who is more that just a bit overprotective. Wesley very much wants to be with her - and her likewise with him - but there are few opportunities and Anya continually interferes. Guinan and others provide him with advice. When Salia reveals her true self to him, he re-evaluates his feelings.

Season 2, Episode 11: Contagion

18 March 1989
Picard and the Enterprise respond to a distress call from its sister ship the USS Yamato. It has been facing a number of serious technical glitches and they lost 18 crew members when the computer turned off the force field on an open shuttle bay. Before the Enterprise can assist however, the Yamato is destroyed with all lives lost. The explosion is apparently the result of a failure in their matter/anti-matter pods but Picard suspects it may have something to do with a relic the Yamato's captain obtained on an archaeological dig on a nearby planet. They are in the Neutral Zone and are being shadowed by a Romulan ship but Picard, an amateur archaeologist, leads an away team to the planet to see what is causing the problem. When the Enterprise's shields inexplicably activate, they have no means to beam the away team back on board.

Season 2, Episode 12: The Royale

25 March 1989
When the Enterprise is advised by a passing Klingon vessel that there is strange debris in orbit around a nearby planet, they investigate only to find a piece of a NASA spacecraft emblazoned with the US flag. The planet below has severe weather and an unbreathable atmosphere except for one small area that appears to be inhabitable by humans. Riker, Data and Worf beam down to the surface only to find a single revolving door leading them to the casino floor in the Hotel Royale. They soon find that they are trapped there and cannot exit. As they explore the hotel, they find the remains of a human, dead for several centuries. They also find his diary and a cheap pulp fiction novel that seems to be the story taking place in the hotel itself.

Season 2, Episode 13: Time Squared

1 April 1989
Deep in space, the Enterprise comes across a Federation shuttle craft that is floating in space and without much power but which does exhibit the life signs of one human aboard. They bring the craft aboard only to find that it is one of their own shuttle craft and to their amazement find a duplicate, but unconscious, Captain Picard aboard. Data and Geordi Laforge manage to restore power and determine that the craft actually comes from 6 hours into the future and the shuttle's log reveals that the Enterprise will be destroyed. As the Enterprise enters a dangerous vortex and the events in the recovered shuttle's log seem to be coming true, Picard and the crew must find a way to break the time-warp cycle they seem to be in.

Season 2, Episode 14: The Icarus Factor

22 April 1989
Riker's delight at being offered a command of the USS Aries turns to frustration when the man sent to prepare him for his mission is his estranged father; Worf's behavior leads Wesley to delve into Klingon tradition.

Season 2, Episode 15: Pen Pals

29 April 1989
On arriving at a newly identified planetary group, the crew finds that the entire system is unstable. As the person in charge of Wesley Crusher's training and education, Commander Riker wants to put him in charge of the planetary mineral survey, the results of which should explain why the system has become so unstable. He has to command a team for the first time, all of whom are older than himself. Data meanwhile has a pen pal of sorts when he establishes radio contact with Sarjenka, a young girl from a nearby planet. They exchange information for several weeks when Data finally realizes that Sarjenka's world isn't aware of extra-terrestrial life and as a result, he has broken the Prime Directive.

Season 2, Episode 16: Q Who?

6 May 1989
Q tries to prove that Picard needs him as part of their crew by hurling the Enterprise 7,000 light years away where they encounter the Borg for the first time.

Season 2, Episode 17: Samaritan Snare

13 May 1989
With Picard away for routine surgery, the Enterprise responds to an apparent distress call from a Pakled vessel.

Patrick Stewart ... Captain Jean-Luc Picard

Jonathan Frakes ... Commander William T. Riker

LeVar Burton ... Lieutenant Geordi La Forge

Michael Dorn ... Lieutenant Worf

Marina Sirtis ... Counselor Deanna Troi

Brent Spiner ... Lt. Commander Data

Wil Wheaton ... Wesley Crusher

Diana Muldaur ... Doctor Pulaski
Chris Latta ... Captain Grebnedlog (as Christopher Collins)
Leslie Morris ... Commander Reginod

Daniel Benzali ... Surgeon

Lycia Naff ... Ensign Sonya Gomez

Tzi Ma ... Biomolecular Physiologist
Bill Ames ... Pakled Crew Member (uncredited)

Majel Barrett ... Enterprise Computer (voice) (uncredited)

Robert J. Feldman ... Pakled Crew Member (uncredited)
Victor A. Haddox ... Pakled Crew Member (uncredited)
Tim McCormack ... Ensign Bennett (uncredited)
T.J. McGee ... Assistant surgeon (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Up the Long Ladder

20 May 1989
When Starfleet receives an Earth-like distress signal from deep in space, the Enterprise is sent to investigate. Picard suspects the Earthlings in question may have originated with SS Mariposa which carried a group of Utopians hundreds of years before. He is intrigued at the odd mix of equipment they carry. When they arrive, they realize that solar flares from the planet's sun will kill them and the Captain orders the colonists removed to the Enterprise for their safety. When the refugees mention there is another group from which they've separated for hundreds of years, the ship travels to the Mariposa colony which is made up entirely of clones of the original inhabitants. Meanwhile, Worf collapses at his station on the bridge and Dr. Pulaski tries to diagnose what may be wrong with him. He's less than pleased when she tells him that he has the Klingon version of the measles.

Season 2, Episode 19: Manhunt

17 June 1989
The Enterprise is transporting delegates to a diplomatic conference dealing with Federation membership. Counselor Troi is more than just a bit embarrassed when her mother Lwaxanna, as outrageous as ever, arrives on board the Enterprise. She is the official Ambassador from Betazed but that isn't the only reason she is there. She is going through 'The Phase', a time in her life when her sexual drive increases fourfold. She's clearly got her eyes on the Captain who decides to take refuge on the holodeck as private detective Dixon Hill. With him away, she announces that Commander Riker is her next target and he soon joins the Captain on the holodeck. She tracks them down but her sudden interest in a holodeck character serves to rescue the Captain and his First Officer.

Season 2, Episode 20: The Emissary

24 June 1989
The Enterprise is ordered to proceed to an emergency rendezvous to collect a special envoy who is traveling from Starbase 153 to meet them. They are given no information about the nature of the emergency, just that they will be briefed by the emissary on arrival. She is K'Ehleyr, a Klingon who has been sent to deal with a Klingon warship - the T'Ong - that has been found in deep space with a crew in long-term stasis. They predate the current peaceful coexistence between the Federation and the Klingon Empire and as far as they are concerned, the Klingon warriors aboard the T'Ong are still at war with the humans. Worf has a solution to dealing with with the warriors. Meanwhile, it appears that K'Ehleyr - who is half-human - has a history and perhaps at one time a romance, with Lieutenant Worf.

Season 2, Episode 21: Peak Performance

8 July 1989
The crew of the Enterprise participates in war games.

Season 2, Episode 22: Shades of Gray

15 July 1989
Riker returns from an away team mission wounded and infected with microbes from the planet below. He is soon in a coma in sick bay, the microbes having fused itself to his sciatic nerve and impeding his normal functions. Dr. Pulaski cannot find a cure and although she can kill the microbes, it would also likely kill Riker. With only a hour or so before the spreading disease reaches his brain, Pulaski stimulates his neural impulses leading Riker to recall previous events aboard the Enterprise. The Doctor realizes that negative emotions are what will defeat the the body's invaders.

Patrick Stewart ... Captain Jean-Luc Picard

Jonathan Frakes ... Commander William T. Riker

LeVar Burton ... Lieutenant Geordi La Forge

Michael Dorn ... Lieutenant Worf (archive footage)

Marina Sirtis ... Counselor Deanna Troi

Brent Spiner ... Lt. Commander Data

Wil Wheaton ... Wesley Crusher (archive footage)

Diana Muldaur ... Doctor Pulaski

Colm Meaney ... Chief Miles O'Brien

Vaughn Armstrong ... Captain Korris (archive footage) (uncredited)

Brenda Bakke ... Rivan (archive footage) (uncredited)
Robert Bauer ... Kunivas (archive footage) (uncredited)

Katy Boyer ... Zero One (archive footage) (uncredited)

Merritt Butrick ... T'Jon (archive footage) (uncredited)
Ward Costello ... Admiral Gregory Quinn (archive footage) (uncredited)

Denise Crosby ... Lieutenant Tasha Yar (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jake Dengel ... Mordoc (archive footage) (uncredited)

Abdul Salaam El Razzac ... Bass Player (archive footage) (uncredited)
Ron Gans ... Armus (archive sound) (uncredited)
John Robert Garrett ... Lieutenant (archive footage) (uncredited)

Whoopi Goldberg ... Guinan (archive footage) (uncredited)
Chip Heller ... Warrior #2 (archive footage) (uncredited)
Charles Hyman ... Lt. Konmel (archive footage) (uncredited)
Randy James ... Ten Forward waiter (uncredited)
Alexandra Johnson ... One Zero (archive footage) (uncredited)

Rosalyn Landor ... Brenna O'Dell (archive footage) (uncredited)
Chris Latta ... Captain Kargan (archive footage) (uncredited)

Richard Lineback ... Romas (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jay Louden ... Liator (archive footage) (uncredited)
Mart McChesney ... Armus (archive footage) (uncredited)
Tim McCormack ... Ensign Bennett (archive footage) (uncredited)

Carolyn McCormick ... Minuet (archive footage) (uncredited)

Gates McFadden ... Dr. Beverly Crusher (archive footage) (uncredited)
Karen Montgomery ... Beata (archive footage) (uncredited)
Ray Reinhardt ... Admiral Aaron (archive footage) (uncredited)
Robert Schenkkan ... Lt. Cmdr. Dexter Remmick (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jack Sheldon ... Piano Player (archive footage) (uncredited)

Armin Shimerman ... Letek (archive footage) (uncredited)

Brian Thompson ... Second Officer Klag (archive footage) (uncredited)

Tracey Walter ... Kayron (archive footage) (uncredited)
R.J. Williams ... Ian Andrew Troi (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Evolution

23 September 1989
The Enterprise is carrying an eminent scientist, Dr. Paul Stubbs, to the site of a binary star where they are expecting a massive stellar explosion to occur in a few hours. He has been waiting many years for this to occur and has devoted his entire life to its study. The Enterprise however begins to suffer from a series of malfunctions, some minor but others far more serious. Meanwhile, Dr. Beverly Crusher has returned to the Enterprise after a year at Starfleet Medical. She's concerned however if her presence may be limiting son Wesley's development. Can a 17 year-old boy develop normally if his mother is always around him? Wesley may be responsible for all the problems on the ship when his experiment in nanotechnology escapes from the lab. Fearing that the attack on the ship might prevent him from completing his experiments, Stubbs takes matters into his own hands.

Season 3, Episode 2: The Ensigns of Command

30 September 1989
After a century of silence, the Enterprise receives a message from the Sheliac system informing them that they have discovered a human colony on a world in their sector. As they will be colonizing the planet themselves in four days time, the want the Enterprise to evacuate all humans from their territory. The planet in question is in a high radiation zone and no one can understand how any human could be living there. As Data is immune to the radiation he is sent to the planet to arrange for the inhabitants departure. Once there however, he finds there is a population of 15,000 and is informed they have no intention of leaving. While Picard must find a way to get the Sheliac more time, Data enlists the help of one of the locals in his attempt to convince them to leave.

Season 3, Episode 3: The Survivors

7 October 1989
The Enterprise responds to a distress call from Rana IV, a Federation colony that is under attack from an unknown alien ship. When they arrive, they find the entire surface of the planet destroyed, save for a single house and two occupants.

Season 3, Episode 4: Who Watches the Watchers

14 October 1989
A proto-Vulcan culture worships Captain Picard and prepares to offer Counselor Troi as a sacrifice.

Season 3, Episode 5: The Bonding

21 October 1989
A startling surprise awaits the crew of the Enterprise when a mission costs the life of a crew member, who left her son behind.

Season 3, Episode 6: Booby Trap

28 October 1989
The Enterprise picks up ancient radio signal code from the ruined planet Aurelius 9, remnant of the total war over 1,000 years ago between Mentaurs and Promelians which caused both races' extinction. They find a Promelian battle-cruiser still floats in an asteroid field, so Picard, Data and Lieutenant Worf beam inside, finding a message from the captain he alone takes blame for all casualties. Barely back on board, they learn the Enterprise is immobilized by an energy-draining radiation field, the very booby trap that killed the Promelian ship's crew, which will within hours destroy the deflector shields, after which casualties will be massive. While running urgent simulations of the Enterprise's engine abilities on the holodeck, Lieutenant Commander Geordi LaForge, who recently saw his meticulously prepared dream-date fall trough, finds himself unusually taken with a holographic simulacrum of the Dr. Leah Brahms, the Enterprise's engine designer. Data restores other bits from the wreck's captain's recordings, enough to guess how the energy-drain works, but the possible counter-move holds big risks, indeed makes it worse- is timing the key, as rapid as only a computer-simulated entity manages?

Season 3, Episode 7: The Enemy

4 November 1989
LaForge gets left behind on a storm-plagued planet when the rest of his team encounters a Romulan warrior.

Season 3, Episode 8: The Price

11 November 1989
While the Enterprise hosts negotiations for control of a stable wormhole, Troi forms a personal relationship with an opposing negotiator, unaware of his true being.

Season 3, Episode 9: The Vengeance Factor

18 November 1989
The Enterprise pursues a race of "gatherers" who continue to raid Federation outposts, unaware of the dangers lurking among them.

Season 3, Episode 10: The Defector

1 January 1990
When a Romulan officer defects to the Federation with a warning of a impending invasion, Capt. Picard struggles to decide if he is to be believed.

Season 3, Episode 11: The Hunted

6 January 1990
Investigating a planet applying for membership into the Federation, the crew of the Enterprise finds a group of inhabitants who used to be soldiers, but now fight for their very existence.

Season 3, Episode 12: The High Ground

27 January 1990
While visiting a planet under civil war, Dr. Crusher is taken hostage by an opposing faction of the planet's ruling government.

Patrick Stewart ... Captain Jean-Luc Picard

Jonathan Frakes ... Commander William T. Riker

LeVar Burton ... Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge

Michael Dorn ... Lieutenant Worf

Gates McFadden ... Dr. Beverly Crusher

Marina Sirtis ... Counselor Deanna Troi

Brent Spiner ... Lt. Commander Data

Wil Wheaton ... Wesley Crusher

Kerrie Keane ... Alexana Devos

Richard Cox ... Kyril Finn

Marc Buckland ... Waiter
Fred G. Smith ... Policeman

Christopher Pettiet ... Boy
Rachen Assapiomonwait ... Crewman Nelson (uncredited)
Anthony Cecere ... Wounded Rutian (uncredited)

BJ Davis ... Rutian Police Officer (uncredited)

Christopher Doyle ... Command Division Officer (uncredited)
Ken Lesco ... Ansata Terrorist (uncredited)
Dennis Madalone ... Ansata Terrorist (uncredited)
Denise Lynne Roberts ... Ansata Terrorist (uncredited)
Lynn Salvatori ... Wounded Rutian (uncredited)
Lincoln Simonds ... Operations Division Officer (uncredited)
Cherie Tash ... Ansata Terrorist (uncredited)
Nicholas Testa ... Rutian Police Officer (uncredited)
Wyatt Weed ... Rutian Police Officer (uncredited)
Natalie Wood ... Bailey (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Déjà Q

3 February 1990
Much to Picard's displeasure, Q reappears on the Enterprise, claiming to have been ejected from the Q Continuum, and therefore, lost his powers.

Season 3, Episode 14: A Matter of Perspective

10 February 1990
The widow of respected scientist Dr. Nel Apgar accuses Riker of seducing her and killing her husband. Rather than turn Riker over for unfavorable trial, the Enterprise reconstructs the facts.

Season 3, Episode 15: Yesterday's Enterprise

17 February 1990
The Enterprise C enters the Enterprise D's time and space continuum, where they find Picard and crew in a constant state of war with the Klingons, and only Guinan knows it.

Season 3, Episode 16: The Offspring

10 March 1990
After returning from a cybernetics conference to the Enterprise, Data creates his own "child," much to the chagrin of his captain, and without regards to the ramifications with Starfleet.

Season 3, Episode 17: Sins of the Father

17 March 1990
A Klingon commander boards the Enterprise in an officer exchange program initiated by Starfleet, much to the chagrin of the crew.

Patrick Stewart ... Captain Jean-Luc Picard

Jonathan Frakes ... Commander William T. Riker

LeVar Burton ... Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge

Michael Dorn ... Lieutenant Worf

Gates McFadden ... Dr. Beverly Crusher

Marina Sirtis ... Counselor Deanna Troi

Brent Spiner ... Lt. Commander Data

Wil Wheaton ... Wesley Crusher
Charles Cooper ... K'mpec

Tony Todd ... Kurn

Patrick Massett ... Duras
Thelma Lee ... Kahlest
J. Teddy Davis ... Transporter Technician (as Teddy Davis)
Rachen Assapiomonwait ... Crewman Nelson (uncredited)

Majel Barrett ... Enterprise Computer (archive sound) (uncredited)
Michael Braveheart ... Crewman Martinez (uncredited)
Bud Davis ... Klingon Assassin #1 (uncredited)

Christopher Doyle ... Klingon Assassin #2 (uncredited)

Eben Ham ... Klingon Council Member (uncredited)

Mark Lentry ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
James McElroy ... Command Division Officer (uncredited)

Joseph Michael Roth ... Klingon Council Member (uncredited)

Mark Wilson ... Klingon Council Member (uncredited)
Natalie Wood ... Bailey (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Allegiance

24 March 1990
Picard is kidnapped and held with three different aliens and meanwhile replaced with a replica as impostor captain.

Season 3, Episode 19: Captain's Holiday

31 March 1990
After mediating a difficult trade agreement, Captain Picard is encouraged to take a much needed rest on a vacationing planet, where he's visited by a strange race from the future, in search of a dangerous weapon.

Season 3, Episode 20: Tin Man

21 April 1990
The Enterprise reaches out to an alien being, while dancing around with the Romulans, who want to attack it in an act of vengeance.

Season 3, Episode 21: Hollow Pursuits

28 April 1990
A shy member of the "Enterprise" crew becomes addicted to the holodeck, where relationships are easier there than in real life, when his knowledge is needed in engineering.

Season 3, Episode 22: The Most Toys

5 May 1990
When transporting a dangerous material to the Enterprise, Data is kidnapped and the crew is led to believe he is dead when the shuttlecraft he was piloting explodes enroute.

Season 3, Episode 23: Sarek

12 May 1990
Legendary Federation ambassador Sarek visits the Enterprise to conclude peace talks with a race called the Legarans. His arrival is accompanied with a rash of unusual emotional outbursts among the crew.

Season 3, Episode 24: Ménage à Troi

26 May 1990
When Deanna's mother spurns advances made by a Ferengi Daimon, he takes it upon himself to kidnap the two of them, along with Commander Riker and steal them away aboard his ship.

Season 3, Episode 25: Transfigurations

2 June 1990
The Enterprise finds a deserted planet where a ship has crashed, and, with it, the lone survivor with no memory, but extraordinary healing powers.

Season 3, Episode 26: The Best of Both Worlds: Part 1

16 June 1990
Responding to a distress call on one of the Federation's outer-most colonies, the Enterprise arrives...only to find a big hole in the ground where the town used to be, and discovers the Borg are behind the attack.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Best of Both Worlds: Part 2

22 September 1990
Commander Riker had no choice as acting captain but fire full force on the Borg starship, despite Picard being on board of it, altered to a Borg calling himself Locutus, both ships are damaged. Emergency repairs shouldn't take too long to make the appointment with Admiral J. P. Hanson, who announces Klingons coming to the rescue, but Picard seems lost forever: Riker is granted full command. Technology is adapted to render it unpredictable, such as randomized phaser settings. Hanson's communications are cut, the war must be going badly. To avoid musical chairs, Borg expert Lieutenant Commander Elizabeth Paula Shelby is acting XO. Locutus refuses to come to terms, separation and fire are engaged, including anti-matter spread. Data and Worf beam into the Borg ship, overpower and get Locutus into a shuttle and beam aboard before it's shot down. If Crusher can awake Picard, he may now have decisive Borg info, but meanwhile declares himself Borg spokesman. While earth's own solar system is being invaded, Data finds out Borg mind coordination happens over frequencies; Crusher and Data try to access both man and machine, using a neuro-link to Data, still links aren't severed despite Picard reaching out, which teaches them the Borg cannot disconnect a member, Data hopes to reverse control...

Season 4, Episode 2: Family

29 September 1990
After defeating the Borg, the crew of the Enterprise experiences shore leave in various ways. Captain Picard's return to his family's vineyard in France has some extraordinary repercussions following his time spent as a member of the Borg collective.

Season 4, Episode 3: Brothers

6 October 1990
After an accident aboard the Enterprise leaves one of its children in grave danger, Data commandeers the Enterprise, driven to take him to an unknown origin, where an interesting figures awaits.

Season 4, Episode 4: Suddenly Human

13 October 1990
On a rescue mission to an alien shipwrecked training mission, they discover one of its trainees to be a human.

Season 4, Episode 5: Remember Me

20 October 1990
Dr. Crusher's fear of losing loved ones becomes real when her worries create an alternate reality.

Season 4, Episode 6: Legacy

27 October 1990
The crew of the Enterprise enters into orbit around the home planet of their former crew-mate, Tasha Yar, where they encounter her sister.

Season 4, Episode 7: Reunion

3 November 1990
When the head of the Klingon high council passes on, Picard finds himself in the middle of the struggle for the now-vacant position. Meanwhile, Worf re-unites with a past love, only to find he now has a son.

Season 4, Episode 8: Future Imperfect

10 November 1990
Riker has to quit his birthday party during a so far uneventful patrol voyage at the Neutral Zone to head an away team when a Romulan secret base is found on a planet which was believed uninhabited. He awakes 16 years later, as widowed captain of the Enterprise, just cured after 9 years of viral amnesia, with a son Jean-Luc. Even Picard, now an admiral who came to conduct with Riker, given his forgotten dealing with them, historical peace negotiations with the Romulans, loses all authority over him when he finally finds his late wife's image on the strangely slow-responsive computer...

Season 4, Episode 9: Final Mission

17 November 1990
Before leaving for Starfleet Academy, Wesley Crusher accompanies Captain Picard on a dangerous mission.

Season 4, Episode 10: The Loss

29 December 1990
As an unknown force drags the Enterprise, Deanna Troi struggles with the loss of her powers.

Season 4, Episode 11: Data's Day

5 January 1991
Data tries to comprehend the complex emotions between O'Brien and Keiko, who are about to be married.

Season 4, Episode 12: The Wounded

26 January 1991
After being fired upon by a Cardassian vessel, Picard races against time to find out the facts behind the Cardassian commander's claim that the Federation attacked one of their outposts.

Season 4, Episode 13: Devil's Due

2 February 1991
While answering a distress call, Picard finds himself not sure of exactly who he is dealing with, but he's sure he's NOT dealing with the planet's version of The Devil, as she claims to be.

Season 4, Episode 14: Clues

9 February 1991
Effects of passing through a wormhole give the Enterprise crew a sense that they were unconscious for more than the thirty seconds they've been led to believe.

Season 4, Episode 15: First Contact

16 February 1991
Commander William Riker has been on an acculturation mission under an alias for months on the Arkonian planet, surgically altered to appear like a local, but he gets badly wounded, beyond their medical skills because his internal organs are unknown to them. Captain Jean-Luc Picard decides to speed up his official diplomatic approach, formally the First Contact, and intercede on Riker's behalf, but they are told by a fascinated open-minded Atkonian scientist that her planet's culture is particularly xenophobic so they reject any alien being as being unequal to them. The Arkonian government keeps the matter secret but is internally divided: while the chancellor Durken is in favor of Riker's release without the people finding out and establishing friendly relations with the Federation, his powerful security minister Krola is prepared to go to any length to preserve their traditional way of life, so he finds Riker and fakes his own murder....

Season 4, Episode 16: Galaxy's Child

9 March 1991
While the Enterprise is in a star-base Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge gets a very special visitor, brilliant engineering designer Dr. Leah Brahms, who he feels to know almost intimately as a 'hologram version' of herself with 'whom' he bonded. However the real Brahms proves icy and arrogantly unwilling to consider any of Geordi's empirical findings could conceivably stand against her theoretically impermeable truth. They take on the challenge to collaborate and learn to know each-other better, but when Geordi shows her his hologram version of her Brahms feels almost pornographically 'abused', one prejudiced insult too many for him. Meanwhile Picard, his bridge officers and Dr. Crusher have a very different problem, a strange life form which approaches and dies but is found to have given birth to a baby version inside its corpse, which must be separated to stand a chance of survival. When that succeeds, 'junior' instinctively identifies the Enterprise as its mother and locks on draining energy trough the hull, which is only safely sustainable for a few hours; only after Geordi and Brahms join the bridge, its relevant normal mode of life in an asteroid field is revealed and the duo come up with an idea...

Season 4, Episode 17: Night Terrors

16 March 1991
The Enterprise has finally tracked the missing starship USS Brittain. Counselor Deanna Troi senses trouble with the life on board and joins Riker's boarding party. The crew was slashed to death; the only survivor, Betazoid Counselor Andrus Hagan, is in shock. Doctor Beverly Crusher 's autopsy concludes 34 crewmen killed each other with phasers and other weapons, even bare hands; a tape recorded a paranoiac fear among them. While the Enterprise tows the Brittain to the nearest starbase, its own crewmen starts sensing another presence and experiencing rising fear, plausibly working up to dangerous paranoia. The ship itself gets stuck in a rift in space; Data finds the Brittain tried to escape from the same with a blast, the technicians have a hard time finding a better alternative, at Picard's request with (fear-immune android) Data temporarily in command. Meanwhile Dr. Crusher gets nightmarish hallucinations herself but concludes from a chemical imbalance that all the humans have stopped getting REM sleep and therefore dreams (only Betazoids Troi and the Betazoids survivor have nightmares), which is driving them insane, Worf is the first to nearly commit suicide. Then Troi finds her vision of eyes in the dark is identical to the surviving Betazoid Counselor Andrus Hagan, not a nightmare but a message from other unseen victims; she hopes to communicate with them by 'directed dreaming'...

Patrick Stewart ... Captain Jean-Luc Picard

Jonathan Frakes ... Commander William T. Riker

LeVar Burton ... Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge

Michael Dorn ... Lieutenant Worf

Gates McFadden ... Dr. Beverly Crusher

Marina Sirtis ... Counselor Deanna Troi

Brent Spiner ... Lt. Commander Data

Rosalind Chao ... Keiko O'Brien
John Vickery ... Andrus Hagan
Shaun Duke ... Ensign Gillespie (as Duke Moosekian)
Craig Hurley ... Ensign Peeples

Brian Tochi ... Ensign Kenny Lin

Lanei Chapman ... Ensign Sariel Rager

Colm Meaney ... Chief Miles O'Brien

Whoopi Goldberg ... Guinan
Deborah Taylor ... Zaheva
Rachen Assapiomonwait ... Crewman Nelson (uncredited)
Michael Braveheart ... Crewman Martinez (uncredited)
Tracee Cocco ... Ensign Jae (uncredited)

George B. Colucci Jr. ... Security Officer (uncredited)
Gerard David Jr. ... USS Brittain Corpse (uncredited)

BJ Davis ... Security Officer (uncredited)
Keith Gearhart ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Ken Lesco ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Lorine Mendell ... Crewman Diana Giddings (uncredited)
Frank Orsatti ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: Identity Crisis

23 March 1991
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge and an old friend fight to defeat a parasite that is trying to transform them into another species.

Season 4, Episode 19: The Nth Degree

30 March 1991
When assigned to investigate an unknown probe, Lt. Barclay is electrocuted through a shuttlecraft's computer, where he receives an unexplainable boost of confidence and a vast increase in his knowledge.

Season 4, Episode 20: Qpid

20 April 1991
The Enterprise is at Tegus 3, to host the Federation archaeologists council's annual symposium, where Picard is to give the key-note lecture on its enigmatic ruins, now forbidden to outsiders. To his surprise he's visited by Vash, a flirtatious girl-friend, displeased to learn he never mentioned her to any crew-member, who is now on the council. Another visit gets the coldest welcome: almost almighty Q, who ridicules Picard's speech and decides to 'repay' saving his life and Continuum membership by transforming Picard and his accompanying crew-members during the speech into Robin Hood and his merry men, challenged to save maid Marian -Varsh- from execution ordered the next morning by Sir Guy Gisbourne, as Q declares as high sheriff. Picard engages in rescue from Nottingham castle, but soon finds his modern maid is no passive damsel in distress, even takes to the game far better than him...

Season 4, Episode 21: The Drumhead

27 April 1991
A retired admiral boards the Enterprise in an effort to determine the actions aboard the ship surrounding an act of sabotage and possible treason.

Season 4, Episode 22: Half a Life

4 May 1991
Counselor Troi's mother visits the Enterprise and becomes infatuated with a man whose culture forces him into a suicidal ritual called "The Resolution."

Season 4, Episode 23: The Host

11 May 1991
Dr. Crusher falls for someone who's not at all what she expects him to be.

Season 4, Episode 24: The Mind's Eye

25 May 1991
Geordi is brainwashed by the Romulans to assassinate a Klingon ambassador.

Patrick Stewart ... Captain Jean-Luc Picard

Jonathan Frakes ... Commander William T. Riker

LeVar Burton ... Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge

Michael Dorn ... Lieutenant Worf

Gates McFadden ... Dr. Beverly Crusher

Marina Sirtis ... Counselor Deanna Troi

Brent Spiner ... Lt. Commander Data
Lawrence Dobkin ... Ambassador Kell (as Larry Dobkin)

John Fleck ... Taibak

Colm Meaney ... Chief Miles O'Brien
Edward Wiley ... Governor Vagh

Majel Barrett ... Enterprise Computer (voice)
Rachen Assapiomonwait ... Crewman Nelson (uncredited)
Chuck Borden ... Klingon Guard (uncredited)
Carl David Burks ... Ensign Russell (uncredited)
Cameron ... Ensign Kellogg (uncredited)
Tracee Cocco ... Ensign Jae (uncredited)

Denise Crosby ... Sela (voice) (uncredited)

BJ Davis ... Klingon Guard (uncredited)
Debra Dilley ... Sela (uncredited)
Elliot Durant III ... Starfleet Ensign (uncredited)
Keith Gearhart ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Grace Harrell ... Waitress (uncredited)
Randy James ... Jones (uncredited)
Mark-Takeo Kosakura ... Operations Division Officer (uncredited)

Mark Lentry ... Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Lorine Mendell ... Crewman Diana Giddings (uncredited)
Shannon Ratigan ... Romulan Guard (uncredited)
Keith Rayve ... Command Division Ensign (uncredited)
Denise Lynne Roberts ... Patti (uncredited)
Bill E. Rogers ... Operations Division Officer (uncredited)
Richard Sarstedt ... Command Division Officer (uncredited)
Georgina Shore ... Lt. Van Meyter (uncredited)
Guy Vardaman ... Darien Wallace (uncredited)
Natalie Wood ... Bailey (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 25: In Theory

1 June 1991
When a female crew member is infatuated with Lieutenant Commander Data, he decides to give a romantic relationship a try. Also, the Enterprise finds itself having to maneuver through a dangerous nebula.