A people divided try to reunify with a little help from Captain Picard and the crew of the Enterprise, but the situation is precarious and made even more so by a vengeful young handmaiden who is bent on seeking revenge for her decimated clan. Find out what we thought about this exciting episode of Star Trek the Next Generation.
Counselor Troi looses herself to Devinoni Ral (a casablanca-esq scoundrel) who is representing the Chrisaliens in an intense negotiation for the galaxy's first "Stable" worm hole... Find out what Trekkerprise and I think of this exciting episode!
Romulans are up to some mischief and the crew of the Enterprise must play a careful game to uncover their motives and retrieve Geordi who has become trapped on a turbulent planet's surface. Meanwhile Worf is faced with a choice which his comrades do not agree with. Find out what we thought as we rewatched "The Enemy"
The Enterprise is lured into an ancient booby trap and has little time to figure out how to foil it. Geordi takes to the holodeck and interacts with a facsimile of one of the Enterprise's original designers, Dr. Leah Brahms, and in the process develops a rapport bordering on romance. Find what we thought of this episode and let us know what you thought.
Jeremy Astor is alone in the world after his mother dies on a mission led by Worf. In a strange twist, the non-corporeal inhabitants of the planet offer Jeremy a choice to live forever with the illusion of his mother. Captain Picard and the crew must attempt, very delicately to keep Jeremy from being tempted and convince the aliens that this is not the Human way.
A research outpost on a planet harboring a pre-industrial civilization of Vulcan like beings known as the Mintakans is under threat by a malfunction which renders their "Duck Blind" inoperable and exposes the inhabitants of a small village to other beings prematurely. Several of the Mintakans experience an existential crisis and now Picard and the crew must race to find a way to minimize the damage done to their natural course by this exposure. Find out what we thought of this episode and join in on the discussion with your thoughts!
Kevin and Rishon Uxbridge are alive and it is baffling the crew of the Enterprise. If things can't get weirder, counselor Troi is battling an attack of insanity induced by a tune that's playing in her mind constantly. It all comes together in a remarkable, horrifying and surprising way. Tune in to our discussion of The Survivors and share your thoughts with us too!
Discussion about Star Trek Discovery, the DS9 documentary and general Star Trek thoughts with Trekkerprise and a brief guest appearance from Gul DuSkat! Special thanks to Trekkerprise for the new artwork!!!
The Sheliak want their planet back and the crew has precious little time to save thousands. Tune into our discussion of The Ensigns of Command, Episode 2 in Season three of Star Trek, the Next Generation and our Starfleet Boy discussion.
Paul Stubbs is hoping to lay an "EGG" which will yield all kinds of data about a stellar explosion in a very predicable binary star system. However the Yosemite of stellar events only comes once every 170 some odd years and just when we think nothing could go wrong, an experiment young Wesley is running goes awry and a new and interesting kind of life is born, inadvertently posing a risk to the experiment and the entire crew's safety. Find out what we think of this season opener and welcome our newest Starfleet Boy crew member, Starfleet Mann (a.k.a. Manndroid).
Join the Doctor and I as we recap season 2 of Star Trek the Next Generation and our own journey through this rewatch so far.
Commander Riker is stung by a vine on a newly discovered world and it begins to slowly kill him, Doctor Pulaski must use all her expertise to bring him back from the brink and his particular condition leads to an interesting series of flashbacks and remembrances about his journey thus far.
The crew of the enterprise brush up on some tactical maneuvers to prepare for the inevitable threat presented by the Borg, We meet a master strategist who is charged to help them improve their tactical thinking and several members of the crew have their confidence shaken. Find out what happens when the Ferengi are thrown into this mix as well in our discussion of TNG's Peak Performance.
The crew of the enterprise encounter a delicate situation with Klingon's that have been cryogenically frozen for 75 years on board a sleeper ship. The federation send a special emissary to help them handle the situation as the sleeper ship is dangerously close to several Federation colonies. Will the encounter end in annihilation for these antiquated Klingons? Tune into our discussion about the TNG episode, The Emissary.
The Doctor, Gary of Trekkerprise and I discuss this interesting episode in which our beloved Lwaxana Troi is going through the betazoid equivalent of menopause. Tune into our discussion and share your thoughts with us as well.
Attack of the Clones, the crew of the enterprise encounter a lost colony that turns out to be two lost colonies. The two colonies, once one, are now dramatically different, one stuck in the past the other stuck in another way. The crew of the enterprise attempt to reunify them and lots of humor and strife follow.
The Enterprise crew stop to assist a helpless group of Aliens who turn out to be not so helpless and a little nefarious, while Captain Picard tries clandestinely to undergo a medical procedure at a nearby star base. Things go horribly wrong and the crew must race to save their crew members from peril.
The crew of the Enterprise encounter their old frenemy, Q, but this time they are introduced to a form of life and an adversary they may not be able to reckon with or defeat. Listen to our discussion about the introduction of the Borg and share your thoughts if you like.
The crew of the enterprise are faced with a complicated situation in which they must decide if it is correct to defy the principles set forth by the Prime Directive. Join us for a casual and informal discussion about this episode and feel free to share your thoughts too.
A casual and informal discussion about the Star Trek episode, The Icarus Factor, where we find Worf struggling with his cultural desires vs his position among humans and Commander Riker is faced with a promotion that he may not want and a reunion with his father. Tune into our discussion and share your thoughts too.
Captain Picard and the crew encounter a version of himself from 6 hours into the future. The future Picard is out of phase with time and space and as the time grows closer to the point at which he left, the crew discover some horrifying things about the events to come. Find out how the crew solves this interesting conundrum.
The crew of the Enterprise are faced with an interesting scenario in which they are trapped in a simulated environment created by aliens who felt remorse for accidentally killing a team of humans save one, in the early days of space exploration by humanity. The way out is unique to say the least.
The Enterprise has a Virus! Join us for our casual and informal discussion about the TNG episode, Contagion with special guest, Mr. Satyr.
Special guest star, Azure Andrews - we have a kid friendly casual and informal discussion about Star Trek the Next Generation's, The Dauphin
Captain Picard strives to prove Data is a sentient being with rights and freedoms under Federation law if he fails Data faces reassignment for study and disassembly. Join us in our casual and informal discussion of this important and superb episode of Star Trek the Next Generation.
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