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Quick Reference Guide

``Evolution''

The crew fights for survival when a mysterious force attacks the ship's life support systems.
  • October 8, 1989
  • Episode Number: 49
  • Production Number: 150
  • Stardate: 43125.8
  • WWW Rating: [* 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:25
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``The Ensigns of Command''

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Data races against time to save a human colony that's been marked for death by aliens.
  • October 15, 1989
  • Episode Number: 50
  • Production Number: 149
  • Stardate: 43133.3
  • WWW Rating: [** 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:26
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``The Survivors''

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The crew travels to Rana IV, a remote colony where just two of its 11,000 inhabitants have miraculously survived a devastating attack.
  • October 22, 1989
  • Episode Number: 51
  • Production Number: 151
  • Stardate: 43152.4
  • WWW Rating: [*****]
  • Edited Length: 45:25
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [9.6/4]
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``Who Watches The Watchers''

Mistakenly believing Captain Picard to be a god, the members of a primitive culture seize Troi and prepare to sacrifice her to him.
  • October 29, 1989
  • Episode Number: 52
  • Production Number: 152
  • Stardate: 43173.5
  • WWW Rating: [***]
  • Edited Length: 45:26
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [9.6/3]
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``The Bonding''

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"The Bonding." When the ship's archeologist is killed on a mission led by Worf, the Klingon feel responsible for the son she left behind.
  • November 5, 1989
  • Episode Number: 53
  • Production Number: 153
  • Stardate: 43198.7
  • WWW Rating: [*]
  • Edited Length: 45:26
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [9.9/6]
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``Booby Trap''

"Booby Trap." The Enterprise is caught in a booby trap that captures the ship and converts its energy into lethal levels of radiation.
  • November 12, 1989
  • Episode Number: 54
  • Production Number: 154
  • Stardate: 43205.6
  • WWW Rating: [** 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:26
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [11.0/3]
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``The Enemy''

After Geordi is stranded on a storm-ravaged planet, the crew's attempts to rescue him are hindered by an aggressive Romulan warship.
  • November 19, 1989
  • Episode Number: 55
  • Production Number: 155
  • Stardate: 43349.2
  • WWW Rating: [***]
  • Edited Length: 45:25
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.3/5]
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``The Price''

"The Price." Counselor Troi is swept off her feet by a dashing delegate who uses unethical methods to conduct his business on board the U.S.S. Enterprise.
  • November 26, 1989
  • Episode Number: 56
  • Production Number: 156
  • Stardate: 43385.6
  • WWW Rating: [* 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:25
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.6/3]
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``The Vengeance Factor''

The crew's attempts to mediate a violent dispute between warring clans is sabotaged by a mysterious assassin.
  • December 3, 1989
  • Episode Number: 57
  • Production Number: 157
  • Stardate: 43421.9
  • WWW Rating: [**]
  • Edited Length: 45:28
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [9.7/5]
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``The Defector''

"The Defector." A Romulan defector leads the crew into a showdown that could erupt into a full scale war.
  • January 14, 1990
  • Episode Number: 58
  • Production Number: 158
  • Stardate: 43462.5
  • WWW Rating: [*** 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:25
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.5/4]
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``The Hunted''

"The Hunted." The Enterprise is bombarded by a soldier who is the victim of government mind control which turns him into a violent killer.
  • January 21, 1990
  • Episode Number: 59
  • Production Number: 159
  • Stardate: 43489.2
  • WWW Rating: [***]
  • Edited Length: 45:25
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.6/3]
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``The High Ground''

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"The High Ground." Doctor Crusher's abduction by a radical terrorist group thrusts the crew into an explosive civil war on Rutia Four.
  • February 11, 1990
  • Episode Number: 60
  • Production Number: 160
  • Stardate: 43510.7
  • WWW Rating: [** 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:27
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.5/3]
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``Deja Q''

"Deja Q." The crew is surprised by the appearance of their mischievous nemesis, Q.
  • February 18, 1990
  • Episode Number: 61
  • Production Number: 161
  • Stardate: 43539.1
  • WWW Rating: [*****]
  • Edited Length: 45:26
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [11.3/3]
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``A Matter of Perspective''

"A Matter of Perspective." Riker is suspected of murdering a respected scientist who had accused the Enterprise officer of seducing his wife.
  • February 25, 1990
  • Episode Number: 62
  • Production Number: 162
  • Stardate: 43610.4
  • WWW Rating: [**]
  • Edited Length: 45:26
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.8/3]
  • Credits transcription
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``Yesterday's Enterprise''

"Yesterday's Enterprise." The course of history is altered when a time rift brings a starship Enterprise from the past into the present with a crew which includes Tasha Yar.
  • March 4, 1990
  • Episode Number: 63
  • Production Number: 163
  • Stardate: 43625.2
  • WWW Rating: [*****]
  • Edited Length: 45:27
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [11.9/3]
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``The Offspring''

"The Offspring." Data becomes a father when he creates an android using a transfer of his own neural programming.
  • March 25, 1990
  • Episode Number: 64
  • Production Number: 164
  • Stardate: 43657.0
  • WWW Rating: [**** 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:26
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.2/3]
  • Credits transcription
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``Sins of The Father''

"Sins of The Father." When his long-lost brother appears on the Enterprise, Worf is thrust into a life-or-death battle for his family's honor.
  • April 1, 1990
  • Episode Number: 65
  • Production Number: 165
  • Stardate: 43685.2
  • WWW Rating: [****]
  • Edited Length: 45:27
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [11.1/3]
  • Credits transcription
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``Allegiance''

"Allegiance." Without the crew's knowledge, Captain Picard is kidnapped and replaced by an evil imposter.

``Captain's Holiday''

"Captain's Holiday." While on vacation, Picard becomes entangled in the search for a missing weapon from the future.

``Tin Man''

"Tin Man." The crew is thrust into a deadly showdown with the Romulans over a newly discovered life-form in a remote star system.

``Hollow Pursuits''

"Hollow Pursuits." The crew struggles to help a young engineer whose obsession with the fantasy world Holodeck is endangering the ship.

``The Most Toys''

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"The Most Toys." The crew leave Data for dead when his shuttle craft explodes during a dangerous mission.

``Sarek''

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"Sarek." The Enterprise is plagued by an outbreak of violence when it is visited by a renowned Vulcan ambassador.

``Ménage à Troi''

"Ménage à Troi." The Enterprise is thrown into chaos when Counsellor Troi and her mother are kidnapped by the Ferengi.

``Transfigurations''

"Transfigurations." The Enterprise rescues a mysterious humanoid whose remarkable powers affect the entire crew.

``The Best of Both Worlds''

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"The Best of Both Worlds." The evil Borg capture Picard in an attempt to conquer the human race.
  • July 1, 1990
  • Episode Number: 74
  • Production Number: 174
  • Stardate: 43989.1
  • WWW Rating: [*****]
  • Edited Length: 45:29
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [10.1/3]
  • Credits transcription
  • Quotes
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