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Quick Reference Guide

``Encounter at Farpoint''

(4K)

The crew of the Enterprise is put on trial by a mysterious force called "Q" for all the crimes of mankind.
  • October 11, 1987
  • Episode Number: 1/2
  • Production Number: 721
  • Stardate: 41153.7
  • WWW Rating: [** 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 1:30:56
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [15.7/2]
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``The Naked Now''

(5K)

Romance, danger and chaos result when a mysterious contaminant renders the crew of the Enterprise intoxicated.
  • October 18, 1987
  • Episode Number: 3
  • Production Number: 103
  • Stardate: 41209.2
  • WWW Rating: [**]
  • Edited Length: 45:27
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [11.5/3]
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``Code of Honor''

Kidnapped by aliens known as Ligonians, Lieutenant Tasha Yar battles for her freedom and the welfare of a diseased Federation planet.
  • October 25, 1987
  • Episode Number: 4
  • Production Number: 104
  • Stardate: 41235.25
  • WWW Rating: [*]
  • Edited Length: 45:22
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [9.5/3]
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``The Last Outpost''

(2K)

Held captive over an unknown planet, the away teams of the U.S.S. Enterprise and Ferengi starships must pass an important inquisition by a mysterious life form known as Portal, before they are allowed to continue their journeys through space.
  • November 1, 1987
  • Episode Number: 5
  • Production Number: 107
  • Stardate: 41386.4
  • WWW Rating: [**]
  • Edited Length: 45:32
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [8.9/5]
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``Where No One Has Gone Before''

Teenager Wesley Crusher and a dying alien are the crew's only hope for escape from a bizarre galaxy where thoughts become real.
  • November 8, 1987
  • Episode Number: 6
  • Production Number: 106
  • Stardate: 41263.1
  • WWW Rating: [***]
  • Edited Length: 45:27
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.5/4]
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``Lonely Among Us''

Passing through a series of complex energy patterns, the Enterprise crew find themselves trying to solve the mystery surrounding the murder of Assistant Chief Engineer Singh and the altered personalities of Lt. Worf, Dr. Crusher and the Captain.
  • November 15, 1987
  • Episode Number: 7
  • Production Number: 108
  • Stardate: 41249.3
  • WWW Rating: [* 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:25
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [12.1/3]
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``Justice''

When Wesley is sentenced to death for innocently violating a foreign planet's customs, Captain Picard is forced to choose between negotiating for Wesley's life or adhering to the Federation's prime directive which prohibits interfering with another civilization's way of life.
  • November 22, 1987
  • Episode Number: 8
  • Production Number: 109
  • Stardate: 41255.6
  • WWW Rating: [*]
  • Edited Length: 45:27
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [12.7/3]
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``The Battle''

A thought altering device, controlled by a Ferengi Captain seeking revenge on Picard for his son's death, threatens the life of the Captain and the safety of the Enterprise.
  • November 29, 1987
  • Episode Number: 9
  • Production Number: 110
  • Stardate: 41723.9
  • WWW Rating: [**]
  • Edited Length: 45:27
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.5/4]
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``Hide And Q''

(4K)

The Enterprise is once again challenged by the dangerous and powerful "Q" who offers Riker god-like powers in exchange for Riker's membership in the "Q" continuum.
  • December 6, 1987
  • Episode Number: 10
  • Production Number: 111
  • Stardate: 41590.5
  • WWW Rating: [** 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:25
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [11.0/5]
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``Haven''

Deanna Troi is caught between her feelings for Riker and her devotion to family customs when she faces a prearranged marriage.
  • December 13, 1987
  • Episode Number: 11
  • Production Number: 105
  • Stardate: 41294.5
  • WWW Rating: [*]
  • Edited Length: 45:26
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.3/4]
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``The Big Goodbye''

(5K)

When the holodecks malfunction, the Captain and two crew members become trapped in San Francisco, 1941, where they are held hostage by murderous gangsters.
  • January 24, 1988
  • Episode Number: 12
  • Production Number: 113
  • Stardate: 41997.5
  • WWW Rating: [** 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:26
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [11.5/3]
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``Datalore''

Data's android look-alike formulates an evil masterplan that could destroy the Enterprise.
  • January 31, 1988
  • Episode Number: 13
  • Production Number: 114
  • Stardate: 41242.4
  • WWW Rating: [*** 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:24
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.3/5]
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``Angel One''

While the away team struggles to save male fugitives on a planet run by women, the Enterprise is ravaged by a highly infectious virus.
  • February 7, 1988
  • Episode Number: 14
  • Production Number: 115
  • Stardate: 41636.9
  • WWW Rating: [*]
  • Edited Length: 45:24
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [11.4/4]
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``11001001''

(5K)

The Enterprise is hijacked by an alien species who need the ship's computer to regenerate the one damaged on their own planet.
  • February 14, 1988
  • Episode Number: 15
  • Production Number: 116
  • Stardate: 41365.9
  • WWW Rating: [***]
  • Edited Length: 45:26
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.7/5]
  • Reviews

``Too Short A Season''

The Enterprise escorts a Federation admiral to a planet to negotiate the release of hostages, but the planet governor wants to kill him in revenge for a previous hostage crisis that ended in tragedy.
  • February 21, 1988
  • Episode Number: 16
  • Production Number: 112
  • Stardate: 41309.5
  • WWW Rating: [* 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:24
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.9/5]

``When The Bough Breaks''

Wesley and several children from the Enterprise are kidnapped by a sterile civilization which hopes to use them to rebuild their race.
  • February 28, 1988
  • Episode Number: 17
  • Production Number: 118
  • Stardate: 41509.1
  • WWW Rating: [*]
  • Edited Length: 45:29
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.2/5]
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``Home Soil''

A powerful microscopic life form declares war on humans, takes over the Enterprise's lab and computers and threatens to destroy the ship.
  • March 6, 1988
  • Episode Number: 18
  • Production Number: 117
  • Stardate: 41463.9
  • WWW Rating: [**]
  • Edited Length: 45:24
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [9.0/5]
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``Coming of Age''

(4K)

While Wesley endures the grueling Starfleet Academy entrance exam, Captain Picard faces an investigation into his competency as a commander.
  • March 27, 1988
  • Episode Number: 19
  • Production Number: 119
  • Stardate: 41416.2
  • WWW Rating: [**]
  • Edited Length: 45:24
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.1/4]
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  • Reviews

``Heart of Glory''

(5K)

Lt. Worf is torn between his loyalty to the Enterprise and his fierce Klingon heritage when two Klingon fugitives take over the ship.
  • April 3, 1988
  • Episode Number: 20
  • Production Number: 120
  • Stardate: 41503.7
  • WWW Rating: [** 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:25
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.7/3]
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  • Reviews

``The Arsenal of Freedom''

(4K)

Picard and the away team fight for their lives on a planet run by a computerized weapons system.
  • April 24, 1988
  • Episode Number: 21
  • Production Number: 121
  • Stardate: 41798.2
  • WWW Rating: [**]
  • Edited Length: 45:25
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.4/4]
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``Symbiosis''

The Enterprise is caught in the middle when two alien races wage a bitter battle over cargo which one of them needs for survival.
  • May 1, 1988
  • Episode Number: 22
  • Production Number: 123
  • Stardate: not given
  • WWW Rating: [**]
  • Edited Length: 45:25
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.8/4]
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``Skin Of Evil''

A rescue mission turns to tragedy when one of the Enterprise officers is killed by an evil alien.
  • May 8, 1988
  • Episode Number: 23
  • Production Number: 122
  • Stardate: 41601.3
  • WWW Rating: [**]
  • Edited Length: 45:25
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [9.7/3]
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``We'll Always Have Paris''

Captain Picard is unexpectedly reunited with his first love in the midst of an investigation into lethal time warp experiments.
  • May 15, 1988
  • Episode Number: 24
  • Production Number: 124
  • Stardate: 41697.9
  • WWW Rating: [**]
  • Edited Length: 45:24
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [9.7/4]
  • Reviews

``Conspiracy''

(4K)

Captain Picard and Commander Riker travel to Earth to investigate a conspiracy in the highest ranks of Starfleet command.
  • May 22, 1988
  • Episode Number: 25
  • Production Number: 125
  • Stardate: 41775.5
  • WWW Rating: [*** 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:22
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [9.4/5]
  • Quotes

``The Neutral Zone''

(2K)

While traveling to a meeting with hostile Romulans, the crew discovers a ship containing three frozen Americans from the 20th century.
  • May 29, 1988
  • Episode Number: 26
  • Production Number: 126
  • Stardate: 41986.0
  • WWW Rating: [** 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:27
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.2/3]
  • Quotes

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