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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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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Even though Majel Barrett is known as the computer voice of Star Trek (1966) and Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987), she made her first appearance on this episode as the flamboyant Lwaxanna Troi a full year before she was credited as the voice of the computer. See more »

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

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Lwaxana Troi: You realize of course that with Betazoids, our ability to read the thoughts of others does see us grow much faster than the typical, plodding Human.
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Little One!
7 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

ST:TNG:05 - "Haven" (Stardate: 41294.5) - the 5th episode produced but the 11th episode to air, "Haven" is a first because it introduces Majel Barrett in what I think is her best Star Trek role - that of Deanna Troi's mother, Lwaxana, along with her servant, Mr. Homn, played by the very tall and properly cast Carel Struycken. Lwaxana comes to the Enterprise to see her "Little One" get married. It is the Lwaxana element that makes this episode one of the more worthwhile of the first season. Indeed, this episode is very funny at the right moments (and there are many of those moments!). It also reintroduces the Imzadi concept between Riker and Troi (that was introduced in Encounter At Farpoint) and would be resolved (so far) in Star Trek: Nemesis. I would highly recommend this episode to anyone.


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