Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987–1994)
Episode is a making-of this show, with episode footage, alternate takes and bloopers.
"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" features Miles O'Brien and Worf, both of the characters originated from "Star Trek: The Next Generation".
Based off of the TV series.
The warp drive sound effect is used in the end of this special.
Crow: "Also known as Q, on 'Star Trek'"
A crossover with this series.
Trekkies in early era TOS and contemporary TNG costumes
Subtitle at the start of episode "Red Dwarf: The Next Generation"
Tom: "They have a big, full-color spread of Data from 'Star Trek.'"
Servo: God bless Data...
When Theodore fires his phaser, the hand phaser sound effect is from the Next Generation.
Frank dresses like Geordie
Tony mentions the bald captain with the French accent
Tales of the Riverbank: The Next Generation
Title mentioned by Phil Cool
The Chronos Corporation's elevator doors sound exactly like the doors to the Holodeck.
Joel (dressed up as Geordi La Forge): "Reading opens up a wonderful world of whimsy and enchantment."
"I have data that corroborates your story." Joel: "He's now working for 'Star Trek.'"
Kirk makes a statement about "the next generation" and modifies his motto from "where no man has gone before" to "...no one..." Also, Michael Dorn appears as an ancestor of his Worf character from STTNG.
Quirk and McJoy joke about being replaced by the 'wimpy crew' of the Next Generation.
Ronny Ray refers to Parker as "Martin Lewis: The Next Generation."
In this episode, a Trekke convention gone awry results in a myriad of Star Trek references.
Crow: "I wonder if she's gonna be in 'Genesis II: The Next Generation.'"
Crow: You look like Worf.
Screech suggests "Gilligan's Island: The Next Generation" for the student TV show.
Picard makes a crossover appearance wishing Sisko luck, while O'Brien transfers to DS9 from the Enterprise.
Captain Picard can be seen in the waiting room in space.
The nerds menton an online debate about Cpt. Kirk and Picard.
characters from the show appeared in this special
Scar Trek: The Next Laceration is the name of the Itchy & Scratchy toon, which lampoons this show's name.
Crow: "Let's not get into that whole Kirk/Picard thing here!"
The show was mentioned on the question section of Jigen's crossword puzzle.
A "Star Trek: The Next Generation" toy spaceship can be seen in the back of the delivery van as the children are unloading it.
Servo: Make it so.
Suspect's girlfriend says "He likes the one with Spock - I like the one with LeVar."
"A Feringi Ear"
Patrick Stewart's character goes by the name "Number One," which Capt. Picard (also Stewart) uses to refer to Commander Riker on "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
The Mothership in the opening scene is a modifyed Galaxy-Class USS Enterprise NCC1701-D model.
Barclay guest stars in this episode.
Picard appears on poster.
Worf's career on the Enterprise is discussed at length.
Bob, criticizing the poor performance of the other binome in the game: "...and all he did was keep saying, 'Make it so!'" Binome: "And 'Engage.' I said 'engage' more times than 'make it so,' actually."
Mentioned by William Shatner
B'Elanna Torres mentions the character Data
Q & Will Riker guest star in this episode.
"Enterprise Captains: James T. Kirk, Jean-Luc Picard"
One of the fake names the Cable Guy uses is Jean-Luc Picard
Lisa says, "That Captain Picard is some hot bald action."
A race, when explaining why so many races are bipedal and humanoid, says that there is word of a region of space where sentient lifeforms are only distinguishable by facial features. In Star Trek: The Next Generation, nearly all sentient aliens look the same; humanoid with varying facial features.
The playroom where Chieko joins her friends, seems to be the same basic concept as the Holodeck of Star Trek lore.
Q guest stars in this episode.
This series is mentioned in this "Biography" episode. At least one still photo was also included.
There is a girl dressed as a Borg at the Manhattan Comic Con.
Crow: You guys know Data?
Excercise show with Jean-Luc Picard.
One of the characters is referenced in the dialogue: "I'm sorry, calm may work for Locutus of the Borg here, but I'm freaked out, and I intend to stay that way."
Crow: Ahh! Kirk vs. Picard, huh? Yeah, that's a tough one! Man!
Mike: "Now I can play Data!"
Crow: They're landing on Captain Picard's head.
Wayne refers to his son as "Ensign" and instructs him to "make it so," imitating Captain Picard.
Various merchandise & costumes of the show is seen in this documentary.
"Must be Christmas on the Borg Ship."
Red and Harold discuss which Star Trek captain is better: Kirk or Picard
One of the question intros references this show.
Mentioned by Patrick Stewart
Mike: He's shaped like Dr. Beverly Crusher.
"Just don't use the Holodeck, anymore"
Mike (as Troy writes something): "Dear Counselor Troi: I waited at Denny's, but you didn't meet me."
Crow: Now it's gonna be a space-time thing and Worf's gonna pop out.
Mentioned by Robert when arguing with Claire.
Geordi La Forge guest stars in this episode.
Mages say Resistance is futile just like the Borg do on The Next Generation
One of the guests is a Trekkie wearing a Starfleet Uniform as a Klingon with a ceremonial sash, similiar to Worf.
Geordi LaForge is seen running around during the mob scene.
John Amis quotes a famous line from Star Trek
Woods says that Squeaky was "assimilated" by the machines
Referenced in the dialogue: "Check out Giles the next generation."
Kathryn tells Sebastian, "Be her Captain Picard...Go where no man has gone before."
Star Trek: The Next Generation pillow in the bed positions segement
When Rorf introduces himself, Crichton says, "Worf?"
When Zoidberg is broken out of his undersea jail, the alarm sound is identical to that of the Enterprise's Red Alert.
Picture of Worf on Mark's wall.
Cordelia wants "the bald guy from 'Star Trek'" (Patrick Stewart) to do the voice-over for her ad.
Barclay & Deanna Troi guest star in this episode.
Jonathan Frakes plays himself in this episode and makes reference to his role on Star Trek: TNG, such as asking where Patrick Stewart (who played Captain Picard) is.
Barclay & Deanna Troi guest star in this episode.
ca. 40 minutes into the film Johnny tells Jimmy, that he is going to watch the show on TV.
Buffy: "You're like my fairy godmother, and Santa Claus, and Q all wrapped up into one. Q from Bond, not Star Trek."
Barclay & Deanna Troi guest star in this episode, and discuss the unseen Wiliam Riker, Geordi LaForge, and Data
Noel's friend wears a Star Trek TNG captains uniform.
A movie at Oscars called "Star Trek: The Pepsi Generation"
Q guest stars in this episode and talks about Jean Luc.
Barclay guest stars in this episode, and there is mention of Dixon Hill.
"Fisherman's Worf" named for Worf from this show.
A writer of the show discusses the decision to not have characters smoke.
The Star Trek debating forum mentions Captain Picard from this series of Star Trek.
Barclay guest stars in this episode.
Woman in TNG uniform flees from the ball
Inside his mind, Scorpius talks to the image of Crichton from the neural chip, and tells him that he's not the real John Crichton; John then asks what he actually is, and one of the options he mentions is "holodeck Crichton."
Neil says that Captain Kirk is better than Jean-Luc Picard.
Averson says "Make it so!". After that, he and Leeds discuss Picards qualities as a capatain.
"Make it so."
story told where the holodeck technology came from
Children at the 4th of July party compare Prot to Data
Jonathan Loughran calls Rachel's sexual ethics professor Picard before pushing him into a fountain.
Spike: "You can play holodeck another time".
mentions her husband's work on Star Trek
Like Data, the android Link has yellow eyes.
Referenced on Weekend Update
dialogue; numerous references
shows several people dressed up like Klingons in the style first seen on The Next Generation
Francesca says "Make it so, Number One" and explains that she watched ST:TNG in Venezuela
The boys have Mr. Worf from The Next Generation drive them in a cattle truck
"Q" appears on the stock-tracker, in reference to the character from this show.
Jonathan Frakes' head in a jar appears and takes Leonard Nimoy's place.
Seth George says that the Women's list of top 10 Sexiest guys aways changes. At one point L. Lovett at another point the Capt Pickard guy
Andrew: "He's Picard. You're Deanna Troi. Get used to the feeling, Betazoid."
some of the star trek geeks are wearing the newer uniforms
The Bellerophon resembles The Enterprise both in mission and in its crew's uniforms. This makes sense, considering both franchises have been created by Gene Rodenberry.
Commander Riker refers to an event in Star Trek: The Next Generation
cited by Archie when asked by Nick about Trek in general
Bobby says Crichton "was the first and only human to boldly go where no man has gone before".
J.T. says, "Make it so."
Craig says that he had to sell his Captain Picard plate in order to come up with the cash for Malcolm's computer.
The character Duras is (presumably) an ancestor of the same-named arch rival of Worf.
Gunn: You had no problem turning off your emotion chip....
Commander Riker's Island
References Patrick Stewart's role as Picard
In the future segment, Sylvester battles Tweety-borg.
Jason says that he remembers both Kirk and Picard complaining about the cloaking device in the "Star Trek" universe.
Brent lists 'Jean-Luc Picard' as someone who bounced a check at Corner Gas.
Mel Gibson shouts "Qapla!" This is Klingon for "success" or "victory" and is a word first used on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
fans talk of their love of the show
A mission to rescue Dr. Nivenah Sing of Datalore Labs appears to reference Noonian Singh, creator of Data and Lore.
The teacher mentions Captain Picard and Lt. Cmdr. Data of Starfleet
character of 'barry' tells 'kevin' to watch this series in a phone message, citing particular episode and characters
Cowens character, played by Colm Meaney, says his civilization once belonged to a Federation of Planets. Colm Meaney played Chief O'Brien on STTNG and belonged to the United Federation of Planets.
A lookalike ancestor of Dr. Soong appears.
When Arif is playing chess in the prison the chess pieces are Star Trek The Next Generation characters. Pieces representing Picard, Riker, Data, Worf and Dr. Crusher can be seen clearly.
Arik Soong's idea of a cybernetic being leads to the creation of Noonien Soong's androids including Data.
Mention of Patrick Stewart being in it
A gnome wearing goggles named Jhordy Lapforge runs the transporter in Gadgetzan, he wears a yellow and black "uniform" similar to the character from StarTrek: The Next Generation
The Design of the Door.
Wanda suggests "Team Leroy: The Next Generation" as a name for Brent's curling team, but Brent says, "There may be a copyright issue."
The Aparoid enemies reference many paraphrased lines of the Borg from "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
Craig says he and his brother love Star Trek, "Next Gen" being their favourite.
Referenced by title
Andy mentions that in his sci-fi film club is a licenced priest, who once "married a Klingon to a Romulan" - in Andy's eyes, "the Federation is all about" mixed marriages (Klingons were not in the Federation during The Original Series, so Andy must be referring to The Next Generation).
The theater owner wears a Starfleet uniform top (with a captain's insignia)
In "Dreamail", Strong Bad's line, "On screen!" refers to this show in which Captain Picard gives the same command
Patrick quotes "I will make it so" then asks if Andy has seen this show.
Peter says "I haven't been this freaked out since that episode of Star Trek"
referenced in clue in "Even Stephen" category
referenced in clue in "Entertaining Johns" category
Stan uses a bat'leth.
The Borg is referenced as being influenced by the Cybermen, introduced in 1966.
In Andy's fantasy, there is a man dressed as a 24th century yellow Starfleet officer, and another dressed as a Klingon.
the phrase "resistance is futile" is spoken which refers to star trek next gen
Patrick Stewart is referred to as Picard.
when bob starts on the trip, he says "make it so number one" thats a reference to when cpt picard on star trek next gen starts a new mission
The bookstore owner also calls Agent 47 "Jean-Luc Picard"
The Tin Man has Data's face during the first part of the short.
character says "Resistance is futile"
When Jimmy lays out one of his plans, Timmy tells him, "Make it so," a phrased used often by Captain Picard on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
DiNozzo calls the suspect in the Klingon costume "Worf."
Mac resigns herself to helping Veronica by saying, "Resistance is futile."
a star chart is seen in this episode which was seen numerous times in Star Trek: The Next Generation
Tony shows Goknur an autographed picture of Jean-Luc Picard, captain in the series Star Trek: The Next Generation, interpreted by the British actor Patrick Stewart.
Emma says, "Resistance is futile."
Open reference by a character
"Captain Picard" mentioned in song lyrics
Jean-Luc Picard mentioned
captain says "Make it so."
"Borg" and "Enterprise" mentioned
When Foss is dragging Declan inside Madacorp, Declan also screams, "Resistance is futile!" - The signature statement of the Borg, who first appeared on the second season of The Next Generation.
Michaels imitates Capt. Picard while driving through the red lights
The computer says: "Resistance is futile" as the Borg.
A news studio is compared to the holodeck.
The people behind Star Trek: The Next Generation discuss what life would have been like without it's impact on the world
Wil Wheaton discusses the 'Legacy' of Star Trek the Next Generation with fans and its affects on their lives.
The group focuses on how the visual fx in The Next Generation were achieved
Gus is made to dress like LaForge
Title is mentioned in the briefing room
In "Teen Girl Squad Issue 11", Science Fiction Greg's clothing and prop are reminiscent of a uniform and a phaser from this show
some conventioneers wear 24th-century Starfleet uniforms; in-joke as Wil Wheaton appears in both projects
Title: it's the catch phrase of Borgs
"What droid has an on and off switch on it's back?" "Data from Star Trek?"
A photo of two Star Trek fans wearing Next Generation uniforms was shown.
"Cole Slaw" is hynotized to like June via his "Trekkie" love of Borg.
Josh calls Kyle's holographic memory "...your holodeck whatever thing."
Moretti begins his daily journal like in Star Trek with the date and his name
Future Max wears a visor like Geordi La Forge's and there's also a "stardate" based calendar in the future office.
The Gamer, when trying to break down the name Q*Bert reveals Q to be Q of "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
Tyrol, Tigh, and Tory meet in weapons locker 1701-D. 1701-D was the registry number of the starship Enterprise on Star Trek the Next Generation, the first show which BSG co-creator Ronald D. Moore wrote and produced.
Leonard threatens to remove a collectible Geordi action figure from its original packaging
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the tv-series in his review of The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines (2006) (TV)
The Nerd has blueprint wallpaper of the USS Enterprise-D.
Critic refers to the narrator as "Geordi from Star Trek".
During the Star Trek segment, some people wear or use stuff seen in The Next Generation
Rusty says "Resistance is futile".
a copy of the updated edition of the Klingon Dictionary is on the table while they play Klingon Boggle
The Nostalgia Chick refers to the other villain in "Gargoyles" as "Riker", a reference to the fact that Jonathan Frakes played both Xantos in "Gargoyles" and Riker in "Star Trek: The Next Generation".
Sheldon says, "Make it so."
Linus suggests that Picard is gay to mock the Trekkies
Seth mentions the Klingon weapon "bat'leth" in a news story.
All the cast members wear a silver sash similar to Worf's.
"Make it so"
Mindy mentions that her parents bought her all seven seasons of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" on DVD.
The whole cast of this show are guest stars.
Rick says to his daughter "You have the bridge, Number One" when he goes to take a phone call while they were cooking together
Uhura orders a Cardassian beverage at the bar. These aliens made their 1st appearance on this series, and nearly every other spin-off hence.
mentioned in dialogue
the Astro Quest uniforms are similar in color and patterning to 24th century Starfleet uniforms
It is mentioned by Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto on Weekend Update.
Stewart & Frakes talk about the show.
Dean calls the angelic waiting room a holodeck
Penn mentions Jean-Luc Picard.
Claudia introduces herself to Rebecca as "Claudia: Warehouse Next Gen" and makes the "V" for Vulcan sign with her left hand.
Dale talks about Q and his role on the show.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the tv-series in his review of The Librarian: The Curse of the Judas Chalice (2008) (TV)
Indie Nerd #1 says that "Battlestar kicks TNG's ass."
mentioned in dialogue
A Star Trek Next Generation pinball game was shown.
Will Wheaton guest stars; numerous references to the show.
In the mission 'Kibbutz Number One', Mori Kibbutz gives Luis a destination to go to then says 'Engage'.
When the debate judge announces that Greendale has won the debate, Professor Whitman jumps up and shouts, "Qapla'!"
"Resistence is futile" Borg quote.
Contestant mentions the series while answering a $50,000 question
Mentioned by Gary.
One of the answers on Family Feud was Captain Picard's Ressikan flute that appeared in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes The Inner Light, and Lessons
Linkara - "Tone Loc Picard?"
Star Trek TNG pinball can be seen in Gábor and Eszter's apartment
Dwight suggests "Worf" for a baby name, and Angela replies, "No 'Star Trek' names!"
A character mentions actors from this show appearing at a Star Trek Convention.
Wil Wheaton's appearance in this movie leads to an inevitable "Shut up, Wesley" quote from Picard.
There are many discussion with Wil Wheaton about his connection to the show.
The ship in this episode is a "Galaxy Class" starship, as is the Enterprise-D
Sheldon mentions the character of Picard.
Abed puts a banana over his eyes and says, "LeVar 'Banana' Burton!"
Linkara wears a TNG Starfleet shirt.
When one of them says they're ready to start the laser the other imitates Capt. Picard and says, "Make it so!"
The fake film shown during Murdock's escape lists "Reginald Barclay" as the star - This is the name of Dwight Schultz's character in STNG.
Data is referenced when Brent Spiner appears.
The jailhouse that Bender gets sent to after getting caught tiling the robot-cop's butt is named "Will Riker's Island".
Dennis has a replica of Geordi La Forge's glasses in his "nerd closet."
"Apparently we have a time travelling Geordi LaForge incognito."
Billy says "Prepare for emergency separation."
Jason Ritter refers to Patrick Stewart by his character name Jean-Luc Picard
Howard has a model of the Enterprise-D in his room
Linkara wears a TNG Starfleet shirt.
Sheldon mentions Picard.
Nerd says "Make it so"
Trekkies are depicted
The crashing cruise liner starship in this episode is a "Galaxy Class" starship, same as the Enterprise-D. Its bridge is also laid out similarly, and at the helm is a character wearing vision-augmenting eyewear.
Gene Roddenberry's involvement with the show was discussed.
Mentioned by Mike.
LeVar Burton asks Troy if he's "more familiar with me from 'Star Trek' or 'Reading Rainbow.'"
LeVar's Burton's role on the show is mentioned.
Lando calls the Enterprise-D for help during the Battle of Endor but they're too busy having tea
Picard is mentioned
Abed compares himself to Data.
Sheldon is carrying a Klingon bat'leth.
Cash is shown wearing a science blue uniform shirt
Sheldon's countdown timer screen is done in the same Okudagram style as the Enterprise-D's control panels
Mentioned in dialogue
Panda calls Patrick Stewart character in X-Men "Kirk Picard"
During the "zombie film" there is a prominent reference to Warehouse 47, a lucky number gag which started in STTNG and was then picked by by J.J. Abrams productions.
mentioned in dialogue
Fargo says "Engage" and uses the same handmotion as Captain Picard.
Patrick Stewart, who played the captain on the series, is interviewed about the role.
Lupo refers to Deputy Andy as "Mr. Data."
While Corey "Big Hoss" Harrison and Austin "Chumlee" Russell conduct business with a male customer at Gold and Silver Pawn Shop that wants to sell a lot of Star Trek toys, a graphic appears on screen talking about this television show
Fargo and Holly discuss whether they like this series or the Original (they both like both)
Roxy says she likes Next Gen
Skip has a poster of this show in his room.
While Adam is shaving his head, Kyle says he looks life Worf
Discord is voiced by John De Lancie, and acts a lot like his character Q from Star Trek TNG. They even share the same finger-snapping flashes of white light and reality-warping powers.
Discord and Q are two characters played by John de Lancie, and Discord shares many character traits and habits with Q.
Mentioned by Mike.
Mike mentions Data
Sheldon mentions Wil Wheaton's appearance on the show.
Troy and Abed's "dreamatorium" is painted to look like one of the holodecks on the Enterprise D.
a Facebook comment is shown where a man said that one of the first things he would do as president would be to bring back the show
Mike mentions Data.
In the future, Dr. Hibbert wears the same eyewear as Geordi La Forge.
Wolowitz has a model of the Enterprise D in the corner of his bedroom.
Chaos demands Parker to dress up as Starbuck from Battlestar Galactica for him to join the group, but would also accept Sophie as Counselor Troi.
A few segments reference the Star Trek franchise, by intentionally recreating parts of the Star Wars plot with characters in Star Trek-like outfits.
Conan calls Patrick Stewart 'his favorite Starship captain'
Sheldon mentions the show.
Brent Spiner voices A63, a robot with whom Homer becomes friends; Spiner also portrayed another famous robot, Data, on "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
Captain Picard, Riker, and Data - all characters from this movie - are symbolically represented by their action figures in this project. The model of the Enterprise that went up with them was a small scale version of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D featured in the series.
Mike mentions that he was given the complete series on DVD as a birthday present.
Stanton Infeld has a picture of Captain Jean-Luc Picard in his office.
Holly tells Fargo, "Resistance is futile" referring to the Borg maxim in the Star Trek:TNG series.
Various Trekkies are seen dress up as various Next Generation characters.
Eliot uses the name Willy Riker as an alies in the con.
Sage momentarily speaks in Klingon
The Borg mentioned
Pete refers to Commander Data.
Pete sees a weapon that he says looks like a Klingon battleax, then later says, "today is not a good day to die." This line was often spoken by Worf.
Ben reads from his "Star Trek: The Next Generation" fan fiction work.
Data is mentioned
still frame seen
A picture of Picard & Riker is on display at the TV museum.
Wil Wheaton has a flashback to his "Star Trek" days
An image of Q is shown when Lauren Faust described Discord's personality during discussion on how John de Lancie got the part.
"Borg" and "Bat'leth" are referenced.
Ben says that "Kirk would win a wrestling match" with Captain Picard.
Sheldon mentions Wil Wheaton appearing in the show.
"Borg Decides Earth Not Worth Assimilating" news article
Howard, Leonard, Raj, and Sheldon dress up as characters from "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
Sheldon boxes up Leonard's "Star Trek: The Next Generation" toy.
Critic - "C.R. some how transforms into...Geordi Clops".
Q is seen at the MI6 lab.
In the second level of the campagin, the Umogan scientist have visors reminiscent of Geordi La Forge from the Star Trek Next Generation series
The phrase "Resistance is Futile"
Kevin Warwick suggest actual alien life may resemble the Borg.
Picture of Enterprise-D shown while discussing possibility of real warp drive.
A Star Trek: The Next Generation DVD collection is seen behind Bootsy and Star Trek: The Next Generation - Complete Series DVD collector's box set is seen behind James when he's thinking about Mike.
One of the people at comicon is wearing a TNG costume.
TIM looks and acts like Data
Deadpool mistakes Professor Xavier for Jean-Luc Picard.
When Zod's ultimatum is broadcast in several languages, one of them is Klingonese.
Data is mentioned
Mentioned in dialogue
While talking about Star Trek, Jeremy mentions Jean-Luc Picard
The room the Awesomes get trapped in works the same as the Holodeck from ST: TNG
The Borg mentioned
Shown on Old Spock's list in the HISHE fragment
Eddie boasts of a Klingon weapon used in the series by Lieutenant Wharf
Referenced in "Props"
Mentioned by Mike.
Hermes orders a drink with the command "Computer, Jamaican joy juice, hot" in reference to Picard's "Tea, Earl Grey, hot". The computers use the same sound effect.
The series is discussed.
After Pickwell tackles him, Alfie tells her that it felt getting the money shot from Worf.
Near the end of the fight with Machete, Voz attempts to use a Klingon style bat'leth to finish off Machete.
Mentions Colonel Worf's relation to Worf from this show.
Action figures are shown.
Dana Carvey asks CeeLo Green to sing the show's theme song
Mentioned by Mike.
Video case is shown.
Wil Wheaton mentions appearing on the show.
Troy asks LeVar Burton several questions about "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
Jay says Howie Mandel's outfit looks like one of Captain Picard's suits
Gus asks the restaurant hostess if she has a reservation under the name of Picard or Data.
Title is referenced
Referenced by MIke.
Kay's car has a Klingon sticker on the back window
Dante's shirt resembles Wesley's "acting ensign" uniform from season 1. Both characters played by Wil Wheaton.
The Walt Disney cyborg idea was compared to a Borg.
Kayla mentions one of the main characters, Jean-Luc Picard as Captain Picard and Robert Carradine mentions this television show by name
Jason Sudeikis mentions the ship USS Enterprise as Enterprise from this television show during the game Celebrity Name Game
"Make it so"
Bullock (voiced by Patrick Stewart) has a fish tank in his home identical the one that appeared in Captain Picard's ready room throughout the series.
Penny and Wil Wheaton discuss him appearing in the show.
Jean-Luc Picard appears in the "Les Jeunes de Paris" sketch.
Referenced in dialogue
The Important Commander, played by Dietrich Teschner, says the line "Make it so", which is common phrase used by Captain Jean-Luc Picard throughout the popular Star Trek series.
film about the show
Rusty says, "Resistance is futile".
Picard is mentioned in dialogue
Referenced in dialogue
On the adress history file that Karl Hendry prints out, the code below the plans of the building show (among others) the registry for the USS Enterprise NCC 1701D
The theme plays in one of the conventions
Sheldon mentions the character Geordi La Forge.
Conway Stern has a box of "Té Earl Grey Caliente" on his shelf, which translates to "Tea, Earl Grey, hot."
Mention from Triumph when talking to Brent Spiner
The security code on the door for Newton Endeavors is "4747." In the Star Trek universe, the number 47 appears an inordinate number of times on computer monitors and in other references.
Todd edits Geordi La Forge's VISOR over the LeVar Burton character in the Word Up! music video.
Gorg are modeled on Borg.
Sheldon mentions the show by name.
Some of the cast members from this show are mentioned
"Kirk or Picard"
Rick dresses up like Worf at Comic-Con; conventioneers are dressed like Picard and Borg; Donny tries to attack Ted with an Enterprise-D model, Ted's court case is similar to Data's in "Measure of a Man"
Mike makes a slight comparison between the Genisys character and the Borg
from the show, "Make it so" and "Engage" are identified as Picard's catchphrases
Jim says one of the boys from the Rainbow's Remedy video looks like a character from Star Trek: The Next Generation
Worf is mentioned.
Mentioned by Seth as he introduces Patrick Stewart
"This isn't the Data from Star Trek mask he wore in Part 4."
A poster of the U.S.S. Enterprise, NCC-1701 D is hanging in Craig's bedroom.
Tayshawn wears a jersey featuring the Klingon logo
scenes from the series are shown here
VHS release entitled Star Trek: The Best of Both Worlds featuring episodes from the tv-series reviewed + footage used
Jerry has a poster of U.S.S. Enterprise-D from The Next Generation on his wall.
"Star Trek: The Next Generation" is #46.
in the 1987 episode
Clips from this series were included.
DVD box set entitled Star Trek: Time Travel featuring episodes from the series is reviewed + footage used
DVD box set entitled Star Trek: Borg featuring episodes from the series is reviewed + footage used
DVD box set entitled Star Trek: Captain's Log featuring episodes from the series is reviewed + footage used
Data speaking techno-babble.
Many clips of the TV series are used.
"So Captain Picard is God. Who'd-a-thunk it?"
Clip of Data saying "Yes" is shown.
second corridor suddenly appears/pillow disappears/face-pulling/scarves disappear/newspaper unfolds/right said instead of left/falls incorrectly
Captain Picard holds a card game
Picard does a facepalm
Captain Picard does a face-palm.
Captain Picard quotes Shakespeare
Data's technical jargon plays alongside Jake's
A clip of the opening is shown.
recalls a cliff hanger
Critic discusses the series that predated the movie.
recalling Riker's romances
"Who here has seen the final episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation?"
points out the unlikeable douchebag who took over for Picard in an episode
Data speaks scientific jargon
Clip is shown
Linkara talks about Wesley and The Traveler
The Enterprise-D is seen as an ornament on Lance's spaceship.
Linkara reviews a TNG comic and talks quite a bit about the show
Linkara talks about the series and explains Data's backstory
recalling the episode "The Child"
The "four lights" scene is shown.
Data disproves a statement
talks about episodes where Picard was pit against the Borg
Linkara places "The Next Generation" under The Thing and plays the theme music
Riker responds to a remark sarcastically
Captain Picard does a facepalm
clips and references throughout
A clip is shown.
remembers the episode about the "warp 5" speed limit
recalling how the holodecks work
Winston dreams he's a bald captain of a spaceship piloted by "Mr. Doodah" ("Data")
Parodied in the episode and the title
French dialogue between INS agent posing as Jehovah's Witness and Beldar is spoof of similar conversation between Frederick La Roque and Data in "Time's Arrow Pt. 2" (6.1)
The game title is a pun on "Star Trek: The Next Generation".
Spoofed as 'The Love Boat Enterprise'
Format, characters, costumes, storylines are all adapted to porn.
Sets, costumes, characters, all get the porn treatment.
everyone wearing ST:TNG costumes in dream sequence
Cybill Shepherd and Jonathan Frakes appear in a skit from the show.
Butt-head dreams that he and the rest of the cast are Capt. Picard and the crew of the USS Enterprise NCC 1701-D.
"Hee Haw: The Next Generation" features characters from "Star Trek: The Next Generation" playing country music
Lisa creates a holodeck, which malfunctions.
Dave says "Make it so" as Captain Picard does
Star Track Deep Voyage 12 is a parody of this show.
Steve says, "Resistance is futile, baby. You will be assimilated."
Fuzzy is enjoying his "Tea. Earl Grey. Hot."
Spoof LCDR Data
Amongst many things, the holo-shed parodies the holo-deck.
there are many scenes featuring a Holodeck
The Fudd is based on the Star Trek species The Borg. The one mind concept, the look, and the conversion are the same as the Borg
Chris claims to be an empath, but she can only state the patently obvious just like Councilor Troi often did.
Entire film is a spoof.
Includes several TNG spoof space ships and characters, e.g. Info/Data, Dwarf/Worf.
Characters watch this on TV, we see a clip lampooning it.
Battle Claus is a Borg parody
Opening credits spoofed when Critic notices how many cast members cross over.
The writers of Star Trek: The Next Generation introduce a new character
spoofs the opening credits with the title for this movie
Lando requests help from the Enterprise
Scenes on US spaceship
The Dreamatorium spoofs the holodeck.
John de Lancie voices the villian Discord who is based off of de Lancie's character Q on this show.
Star Trek Chairs and DiNozzo's Picard impression saying, "Make it so number one."
The episode ends with the producer saying "computer, end program" and Zebrun turning into a hologram, just like the holodecks in this series