"Star Trek: The Next Generation" The Hunted (TV Episode 1990) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • The Enterprise arrives at planet Angosha III, which wants to join the Federation. While their PM Naydor stresses pacifism and intellectualism, prisoner Roga Danar's escape from a maximal security facility is reported; the Enterprise undertakes to capture his cargo vessel, but it eludes the starship at an asteroid; after more tricks, the prisoner is beamed aboard and stunned with great difficulty. Danar has no life signs, his record is military. It is found he was in a program to turn unknowing Angoshan volunteer army recruits into perfect soldiers, by chemical and mind programming. He means it when he says he would rather die then return as prisoner, proves a master at escape and then surprises again...

    - Written by KGF Vissers
  • The Enterprise visits Angosia III which has applied for membership in the Federation. Captain Picard and First Officer Riker are impressed with Prime Minister Neyrock and what they find on the planet. When a prisoner escapes from the prison colony on Luna 5, the Enterprise offers to assist but the prisoner, Roga Nador, proves to be elusive. When they finally beam him on board, they learn that he was a soldier who served honorably and rose to a high rank. He was imprisoned for no crime other than being an expert soldier and after the end of war, was deemed a threat to society and resettled on Luna 5. He makes it clear that he would rather die than return to the prison planet.

    - Written by garykmcd
  • 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.

    - Written by Moviedude1


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