Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season 1, Episode 10

Haven (28 Nov. 1987)

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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.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lieutenant Worf (credit only)
Wesley Crusher (credit only)
Wyatt Miller (as Rob Knepper)


The Enterprise travels to the planet Haven in the hope of providing the crew with some much deserved shore leave. On arrival however there is a message for Counselor Troi - her fiancé and his parents are waiting for them and would like to proceed with the wedding. Troi is genuinely shocked - as is Riker - but the engagement is genuine having been arranged by the parents when Troi and her intended, Wyatt Miller, were just children. Also waiting for her is her mother, Lwaxana Troi, a larger than life personality who dominates any room just by her presence. For Troi and Wyatt, there seems to be little time to get to know one another but there is another problem: she's not who he was expecting to see. Since early childhood, he has dreamed of a beautiful blond woman and just assumed it was Troi. When it turns out to be someone else, neither are sure what to do. Captain Picard soon has another situation to deal with however when a Tarellian vessel suddenly appears, obviously destined to ... Written by garykmcd

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24th century




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28 November 1987 (USA)  »

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This is only 1 of 2 Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) episodes in which Michael Dorn does not appear. The other is Star Trek: The Next Generation: Code of Honor (1987). See more »


The orientation of the picture of stars in Wyatt's quarters. See more »


Wyatt Miller: They've decided that the joining will be half Betazed, half Earth. The Captain will do the ceremony, and Mr. Homn will be my best man.
Counselor Troi: And we'll take half our clothes off?
Wyatt Miller: Some of us still go naked. You do, I do; your mother, my father, but - not my mother or the guests.
Counselor Troi: Captain Picard will be very relieved. How did you manage it?
Wyatt Miller: Your mother relented. And I just caught my father practicing naked in front of his mirror!
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Referenced in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Past Prologue (1993) See more »


Star Trek: The Next Generation End Credits
Composed by Jerry Goldsmith and Alexander Courage
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The Troi Ladies
17 September 2008 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

"Haven" is fun. A strong guest cast and finally some adding to Troi's character and a new facet on the Captain's are way enough to make this one of the better first season's episodes. Majel Barrett's great as is Patrick Stewart (who' show almost go stolen by her) and even Marina Sirtis, now that she's given the chance to bring some life to Troi tries hard but finally doesn't succeed in developing her character (besides her looks, although her diner outfit is terrible).

We see Riker's quarters for the first time and of course his holo projector (yes, the 24th century really has something to it). And interestingly, they seem to have wall sockets on the Enterprise or what was that Tasha got in touch with before diner? Ariana wasn't as dreamlike to me as to Wyatt but this part of the plot isn't the one to focus upon. It is the first time that real social interaction took place on the new Enterprise and look how that puzzled Data. That's the way to really get to know Humans and of course Betazoids. I admit, all this has a little soap feeling to it but finally it's just fun to watch the actors enjoying the easy mood, dominating this one.

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