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Quick Reference Guide

``Redemption, Part II''

(5K)

Picard risks all-out war with the Romulans when he involves Starfleet in a Klingon civil war.

``Darmok''

(4K)

The crew is rendered helpless when Picard is kidnapped and forced to go to war with an alien captain.

``Ensign Ro''

(5K)

Picard suspects a high-level Federation conspiracy when the crew is ordered to locate the terrorist leader of a renegade race.

``Silicon Avatar''

(8K)

Picard struggles to communicate with a mysterious, destructive force before a visiting scientist can destroy it.

``Disaster''

The lives of the crew are in Troi's hands when a natural disaster forces her to take over as captain of the seriously damaged Enterprise.

``The Game''

(3K)

The fate of the Federation is in Wesley Crusher's hands when he returns to find the crew of the Enterprise addicted to a dangerous new game.

``Unification, Part I''

(4K)

Picard and Data travel to Romulus to investigate an unauthorized mission undertaken by the Federation's legendary Mr. Spock

``Unification, Part II''

(4K)

Picard and Mr. Spock clash over a proposed reunification of the Romulans and the Vulcans.

``A Matter Of Time''

(6K)

Picard's quest to save an endangered planet leads him to violate a Prime Directive when he seeks advice from a visitor from the future.

``New Ground''

(4K)

Worf learns some painful lessons about parenting when his son Alexander arrives to join his father on the Enterprise.

``Hero Worship''

(5K)

A young boy who is the sole survivor of a devastated ship becomes obsessed with simulating Data.

``Violations''

(4K)

Troi, Riker and Dr. Crusher fall into unexplained comas while the Enterprise plays host to an alien race.

``The Masterpiece Society''

(4K)

Picard's efforts to save a genetically engineered society from a natural disaster threaten to destroy it.
  • Febuary 23, 1992
  • Episode Number: 113
  • Production Number: 213
  • Stardate: 45470.1
  • WWW Rating: [*]
  • Edited Length: 45:28
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [12.0/3]
  • Promo transcription
  • Reviews

``Conundrum''

(4K)

While suffering an unexplained case of amnesia, the crew finds themselves fighting a war they do not remember or understand.
  • March 1, 1992
  • Episode Number: 114
  • Production Number: 214
  • Stardate: 45494.2
  • WWW Rating: [**** 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:29
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [12.2/4]
  • Promo transcription
  • Quotes
  • Reviews

``Power Play''

(6K)

Inhabited by alien spirits, Data and Troi overthrow the Bridge of the Enterprise.

``Ethics''

(5K)

Loyalty and ethics clash when a paralyzed Worf asks Riker to help him commit suicide.

``The Outcast''

(5K)

A rescue mission leads to a dangerous romance between Riker and a rebellious member of an androgynous race.
  • March 29, 1992
  • Episode Number: 117
  • Production Number: 217
  • Stardate: 45614.6
  • WWW Rating: [* 1/2]
  • Edited Length: 45:30
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [12.3/2]
  • Promo transcription
  • Reviews

``Cause And Effect''

(3K)

The Enterprise is trapped in a time warp that forces the crew to endlessly repeat the same experiences.

``The First Duty''

(5K)

Caught between loyalty to his friends and the need to tell the truth, Wesley becomes involved in a cover-up when his Starfleet Academy squadron suffers a deadly collision.

``Cost Of Living''

(5K)

Preparing for her wedding aboard the Enterprise, Troi's free-thinking mother causes trouble between Worf and his son.

``The Perfect Mate''

(4K)

A beautiful woman, chosen by her people to serve as a peace offering to end a centuries-long war, falls in love with Picard.

``Imaginary Friend''

(5K)

A little girl's imaginary friend becomes a frightening reality for the crew when she threatens to destroy the Enterprise.
  • May 17, 1992
  • Episode Number: 122
  • Production Number: 222
  • Stardate: 45852.1
  • WWW Rating: [*]
  • Edited Length: 45:27
  • Nielsen Rating/Rank: [12.1/1]
  • Promo transcription
  • Reviews

``I Borg''

(6K)

Picard and the crew suffer from conflicting emotions when the Enterprise rescues a critically-injured Borg.

``The Next Phase''

(6K)

Geordi and Ro are pronounced dead after a transporting maneuver from a distressed Romulan ship goes awry.

``The Inner Light''

(5K)

After a mysterious accident, Picard awakes up living the life of another person on a faraway planet.

``Time's Arrow''

(5K)

After Data learns of his own death in late- 19th-century San Francisco, a freak accident transports him back to that period.

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