Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season 7, Episode 25

All Good Things... (23 May 1994)

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Capt. Picard finds himself shifting continually into the past, future and present and must use that to discover a threat to humanity's existence.



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Past, present and future collide for Captain Picard as he finds himself bouncing around through three different time periods -- the Farpoint mission, the present, and the future in which many changes have affected the Enterprise-D crew. Meanwhile, the mischievous Q is back for his last time trying to help Picard figure out the meaning of a spatial anomaly... or is he only making things worse? You be the judge on this two-hour TV movie which concludes Star Trek: The Next Generation. Written by Ian Murray Hamilton <>

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23 May 1994 (USA)  »

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$6,300,000 (estimated)

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The only Star Trek (1966) spin-off finale to not be directed by Allan Kroeker. He directed Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: What You Leave Behind (1999), Star Trek: Voyager: Endgame (2001) and Star Trek: Enterprise: These Are the Voyages... (2005). See more »


The anti-time anomaly is increasing going back in time, thus it is decreasing as we go forward in time. Therefore it must exist when the "old" Picard goes to look for it and it will cease to exist in the future. The statement that it was created in the past six hours would not be possible. See more »


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Counselor Deanna Troi: [exiting the holodeck] That was an incredible program!
Lieutenant Worf: I am glad you approve. I have always found the Black Sea at night to be a most stimulating experience.
Counselor Deanna Troi: Worf - we were walking barefoot on the beach, with balalaika music in the air, ocean breeze washing over us, stars in the sky, a full moon rising - and the most you can say is "stimulating"?
Lieutenant Worf: It was... *very* stimulating.
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One of the best final episodes for a TV series
24 July 2004 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

Your reading this for one of possibly two reasons:

A) You want to know how others feel about this final episode that you've also seen or,..

B) You have no idea about Star Trek

Given the popularity of this series, I'll assume "A" is your reason. However, if your the rare "B" person, then I recommend avoiding this episode until you've watched at least a few episodes of The Next Generation.

This wonderful 2-hour finale utilizes the history of these characters and plots beautifully and with reverence.

The lead character of the series, Jean Luc Picard, finds that he is inexplicably shifting between 3 time periods within his own liftime (past, present and future). Once he finds the reason for this, things become more complex and intriguing. His eyes are opened to an even greater threat than what he had perceived to be his own. As wonderful a premise that is, the subplots greatly enhance the characters and draw you into the story.

For example, Tasha Yar, a well regarded character in the series was killed early in the shows run. In his shift into the past, Picard once again sees her alive, accompanying him to the Enterprise for the first time (again, ironically). Once he returns to the present, he laments over having seen her again. A beautifully played little scene.

The main story combined with these subplots makes for one of the best written series endings ever in TV history.

Let's hope that future TV series (not necessarily Trek, of course) have the opportunity to do the same.

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