The crew of the enterprise respond to a distress signal and attempt to rescue stranded crew members on the planet Tarkana IV, birthplace of Tasha Yar. When they encounter one of the warring factions, the coalition, it is soon revealed that among them is Tasha's Sister, Ishara. The crew and Data in particular are faced with having to reopen the wound Tasha's death left behind while getting to know this unique and different relative of hers who is trying to aid them in retrieving the captured crew.
Doctor Crusher is faced with a peculiar mystery. Everyone she knows and loves is disappearing. When she realizes the very universe around her is collapsing she's faced with some interesting challenges and we get some exciting surprises. Find out what we think of this episode of Star Trek the Next Generation.
Captain Picard and crew receive a distress call from a damaged Telarian vessel and respond only to find that one of the crew members is a human who was thought to have died many years ago in an invasion. It turns out to be a very complicated situation for ship and crew and especially for Captain Picard. Find out what we think about this exciting episode of Star Trek the Next Generation.
Young Mr. Potts is in deep trouble because his prank on his brother went terribly wrong. His little brother is in deep trouble after eating a poisonous plant on the holo-deck. Fortunately they are near a starbase that can mend his little brother quickly. Unfortunately Data freaks out and steals the enterprise. Data flies her to a planet that registers but one life form that turns out to be, Dr. Noonien Soong (Data's father.) Turns out Dr. Soong activated a homing beacon that forces his creations to come home - but Data isn't the only Soong Android that comes home to call. Willy Potts has only 24-36 hours and the crew struggle to regain control of the ship... Lore and Data are back together and when it is revealed that Dr. Soong wished to give Data basic human Emotions, Lore deviously plots to take the chip for himself. Lore tricks Dr. Soong and takes Data's emotion chip for himself, somehow making him more evil than he was and when Soong realizes what has happened A struggle ensues, which sadly leads to Dr. Soong’s death. (He was already dying) and Lore stealing. The Crew of the Enterprise finally figure out a way to get to the surface but it is too. Fortunately Data's memory is restored and after a final moment with Dr. Soong the crew are back on course to save young Willy Potts. The question remains, can brothers forgive each other.
While the Enterprise is docked at McKinnly Station, the Crew take the time to make necessary repairs after the Borg conflict and for for much needed shore leave on Earth. Captain Picard takes this opportunity to go home to his birth village of Avar France and stay on his family's vineyard, Run and kept in the traditional way, by his older brother, Robert. Meanwhile Worf's parents are taking this opportunity to visit the enterprise to make sure their son is okay after his own trauma, discommodation from his people. As if you can't get any more sentimental, Wesley also receives a message from his long dead father via a recording he made when Wesley was still an infant. Both Picard and Worf have to face their inner truths about what happened to them and we get to discover more about what makes these iconic characters tick.
The conclusion to our discussion of The Best of Both Worlds with Part II, and the beginning of Season 4!
Some of the Starfleet Boy team discuss Season 3 of Star Trek the Next generation. We'd love to hear what you think of the season as a whole! - Love Starfleet Boy.
The crew of the Enterprise encounter the signature destructive mark of the Borg and suddenly the situation escalates rather quickly as Starfleet forms an armada to stop the oncoming threat. The Borg prove to be a formidable (beyond the wildest dreams of the crew) opponent and they manage to take Captain Picard away from the crew to use him as a weapon against humanity and the Federation.. Find out what we think of the last episode of season 3 of Star Trek the Next Generation.
Doctor Crusher and the crew are part of a rescue mission in which they are able to save a severely injured Alien and bring him back to health, but his rapid healing suggests there's something else at work beyond the medical attention he's receiving. The Alien is unable to remember who he is so Beverly names him John Doe for the time being. We find out rather quickly that something is happening to John that's bigger than even he is aware and he is the first among his species to evolve. Lots of interesting concepts arise in this exciting episode.
The whole team have a light hearted jaunt to Betazed where a Ferengi delegation's leader (Daimon Tog) shows an obsessive interest in Lwaxana Troi. Couple that with young Wesley preparing for his oral exam which will finally grant him entry to Starfleet Academy. Find out what we think of this rather humorous episode of Star Trek the next Generation.
Ambassador Sarek has been working for much of his career to negotiate with the Lagarens and really only he is able to conduct the negotiations however he is suffering from a rare Vulcan illness that effects the mind and causes Vulcans to loose control of their emotions. Captain Picard and crew must try to convince Sarek (sensitively) that he should postpone the negotiations but he is unwilling to do so. Finally a solution is found in which Picard and Sarek mind meld to afford Sarek the stability he requires. Find out what we think of this epic and monumental episode of Star Trek the Next Generation.
Data is kidnapped and is driven to one of the most difficult decisions of his life. Find out what we thought of this episode of Star Trek the Next Generation.
Reginald Barkley feels left out and as a result he retreats to the comfort of the holodeck, until it starts to interfere with his job. Geordi is now tasked with both trying to figure out how to integrate Barkley as a member of the team and solve a problem that's putting the Enterprise at great risk. Will helping Barkley also help save the ship? Find out what we think of this episode of Star Trek the Next Generation.
Tam Elbram is an extraordinary telepath however the tradeoff is extreme loneliness and misunderstanding by non-telepaths (and telepaths alike) until he meets the mysterious Tin Man, a creature that is the last of its kind. The crew of the Enterprise must attempt to make first contact with this remarkable being while thwarting the attempts of the Romulans who see it as a tactical advantage. Find out what we think of this exciting episode of Star Trek TNG.
Captain Picard is stressed out and at the persistent encouragement of his crew decides to take a holiday to Risa. Little does he know that there's a degree of predestination and adventure waiting for him as well as some unexpected romance. Find out what we think of this exciting episode and let us know your thoughts as well!
Captain Picard is kidnapped and replaced by a duplicate that isn't quite right. The crew must struggle with their loyalty and their suspicions and the real captain Picard must figure out how to escape his captivity. Find out what we think of this exciting episode of Star Trek the Next Generation with special guest star Gary from Trekkerprise.
A somewhat impromptu next step in our discussions and recollections about the Star Trek film series. Here we find Captain Kirk and crew in a lighthearted film dealing with extremely heavy topics and pulling it off beautifully. We come at last to Star Trek IV, the Voyage home. Find out what we think about this wonderful and important film in both Star Trek history and film history alike.
What starts out as a seemingly routine crew exchange program turns into a wild ride through Klingon politics and honor. Worf makes the ultimate sacrifice for his people in this exciting episode. Join us as we discuss, Sins of the Father.
Data creates a child and her journey through life is not easy, find out what we think of this episode of Star Trek the Next Generation.
An strange event causes the crew of the Enterprise D to meet the Crew of the Enterprise C, however their presence in the future has severely altered the way things are supposed to be. Find out what we think of this episode and let us know what you think also!
Riker is accused of Murder and the crew must figure out a way to use the evidence to clear his name. Find out what we think of this episode of Star Trek the Next Generation.
A people in peril as their moon begins to plummet toward their planet and then Q shows up! Join us as we discuss another amazing Q episode on Starfleet boy, we'd love to hear what you thought of this episode as well!
Doctor Crusher is kidnapped by a group of terrorists on Rutia IV after providing medical aid to people injured in an attack. The crew of the Enterprise fight to save her life and grapple with the internal conflicts of the Rutians.
Roga Danar an engineered soldier who has been exiled by his people to a prison planet escapes while the Enteprise is visiting the leaders of Roga's home planet, Angosia for consideration as a Federation member. At first the crew treat him like a criminal but they quickly discover there's more to him and that the Angosians are not as ready as they think to join the Federation. Find out what we thought of this episode of Star Trek the Next Generation.
Shakespearean like drama as a defector is granted safety aboard the Enterprise from the Romulan empire. The defector claims he has vital information about an offensive that is being mounted against the federation but when the crew are suspicious of his facts, he finally reveals himself to be Admiral Jarok and agrees to give any information necessary to convince the crew of the threat. The Enterprise investigates the Admirals claims only to find themselves in an ambush against two Romulan warbirds. Fortunately Captain Picard has a few tricks up his sleeves. Find out what we thought of this exciting episode of Star Trek the Next Generation.
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