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27 - The Child

Original title : The Child
First Aired : 21.11.1988 (USA) 03.06.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Rob Bowman
Writing credits : Jaron Summers, Jon Povill & Maurice Hurley
Cast : Seymour Cassel (Lt. Cmdr. Hester Dealt), R.J. Williams (Ian Andrew Troi), Dawn Arnemann (Miss Gladstone), Zachery Benjamin (Young Ian), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 42073.1. Troi undergoes a mysterious pregnancy when the Enterprise tries to escape from a system that has recently fallen victim to a deadly plague.
Note : This is the first episode to feature Diana Muldaur as Dr. Kate Pulaski, who fills the shoes of Dr. Crusher after Gates McFadden opted not to return for the second season (she would subsequently return at the start of season three). Muldaur declined to have her name added to the opening credits, and instead receives 'Special Guest Star' credit for all the episodes she appears in. This is also the first episode to feature Whoppi Goldberg as Guinan, the mysterious, reoccuring owner of Ten-Forward. Goldberg had got the part after she expressed intereast to the producers, being a fan of the original series - mostly due to Nichelle Nichols, one of the first regular black women to feature in a TV series. Due to a Writers Strike, the plot of this episode was salvaged from the aborted late 70s series 'Star Trek II' (which was eventually dropped to become 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture' (1979)).

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28 - Where Silence Has Lease

Original title : Where Silence Has Lease
First Aired : 28.11.1988 (USA) 10.06.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Jack B. Sowards
Cast : Earl Boen (Nagilum), Charles Douglass (Ensign Haskell), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 42193.6. A mysterious life form known as the 'Nagilum' threatens the life of the crew in his attempt to understand humanity.

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29 - Elementary, Dear Data

Original title : Elementary, Dear Data
First Aired : 05.12.1988 (USA) 17.06.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Rob Bowman
Writing credits : Brian Alan Lane
Cast : Daniel Davis (Moriarty), Alan Shearman (Lestrade), Anne Elizabeth Ramsay (Engineer Clancey)

The Story : Stardate: 42286.3. Data and Geordi become involved with a holodeck program about Sherlock Holmes and his investigations, when they create Sherlock's arch nemesis, Moriarty; however, modifications to the Moriarty character include the capability of out-smarting Data, which leads to some unexpected consequences.

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30 - The Outrageous Okona

Original title : The Outrageous Okona
First Aired : 12.12.1988 (USA) 24.06.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Becker
Writing credits : Burton Armus From a Story by Les Menchen, Lance Dickson & David Lansberg
Cast : William O. Capbell (Captain Thadiun Okona), Douglas Rowe (Debin), Albert Stratton (Kushell), Rosalind Ingledew (Yanar), Kieran Mulroney (Benzan), Teri Hatcher (Lt. B.G. Robinson), Joe Piscopo (The Comic), Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan)

The Story : Stardate: 42402.7. The Enterprise is placed in a compromising situation when the captain of a disabled starship places the crew in the middle of a love triangle.
Note : Teri Hatcher, better known as Lois Lane from Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, among many other credits, makes a guest appearance as Lieutenant B.G. Robinson.

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31 - Loud as a Whisper

Original title : Loud as a Whisper
First Aired : 09.01.1989 (USA) 01.07.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Larry Shaw
Writing credits : Jacqueline Zambrano
Cast : Riva (Howie Seago), Leo Damian (Adonis), Thomas Oglesby (The Scholar), Marnie Mosiman (Woman), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien), Howie Seago (Riva)

The Story : Stardate: 42477.2. A telepathic mediator meets with disaster while being escorted by the Enterprise.

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32 - The Schizoid Man

Original title : The Schizoid Man
First Aired : 23.01.1989 (USA) 08.07.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : Tracy Torme From a Story by Hans Beimler & Richard Manning
Cast : Suzie Plakson (Lt. Selar), Barbara Alyn Woods (Kareen Brianon), W. Morgan Sheppard (Dr. Ira Graves)

The Story : Stardate: 42437.5. Data is possessed by the consciousness of a brilliant scientist. However, it has a disturbing impact on Data's personality.

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33 - Unnatural Selection

Original title : Unnatural Selection
First Aired : 30.01.1989 (USA) 15.07.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Paul Lynch
Writing credits : John Mason & Mike Gray
Cast : Patricia Smith (Dr. Sara Kingsley), J. Patrick McNamara (Captain Tagget), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 42494.8. A mysterious hyper-ageing sickness kills the crew of a Federation cargo ship, and Dr. Pulaski must race against time to find a cure.

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34 - A Matter of Honor

Original title : A Matter of Honor
First Aired : 06.02.1989 (USA) 22.07.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Rob Bowman
Writing credits : Burton Armus From a Story by Wanda M. Haight, Gregory Amos & Burton Armus
Cast : John Putch (Ensign Mendon), Christopher Collins (Captain Kargan), Brian Thompson (Klag), Peter Parros (Tactics Officer), Laura Drake (Vekma), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 42506.54. Riker participates in an exchange program that places him on a Klingon Warbird.

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35 - The Measure of a Man

Original title : The Measure of a Man
First Aired : 13.02.1989 (USA) 29.07.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Scheerer
Writing credits : Melinda M. Snodgrass
Cast : Amanda McBroom (Captain Phillipa Louvois), Clyde Kusatsu (Admiral Nakamura), Brian Brophy (Cmdr. Bruce Maddox), Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan)

The Story : Stardate: 42523.7. When Data's rights as a sentient individual are placed under trial, Starfleet forces Riker into a position where he must prove that Data is only an Android.

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36 - The Dauphin

Original title : The Dauphin
First Aired : 20.02.1989 (USA) 05.08.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Rob Bowman
Writing credits : Scott Rubenstein & Leonard Mlodinow
Cast : Paddi Edwards (Anya), Madchen Amick (Child Anya), Cindy Sorenson (Animal Anya), Jennifer Barlow (Ensign Gibson), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien), Madchen Amick (Anya as Teenage Girl)

The Story : Stardate: 42568.8. Wesley falls in love with a passenger the Enterprise is escorting, who has the secret ability to shape-shift.

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37 - Contagion

Original title : Contagion
First Aired : 20.03.1989 (USA) 12.08.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Joseph L. Scanlan
Writing credits : Steve Gerber & Beth Woods
Cast : Thalmus Rasulala (Captain Donald Varley), Carolyn Seymour (Sub-Cmdr. Taris), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien), Dana Sparks (Tactical Officer)

The Story : Stardate: 42609.1. A strange power source disables the Enterprise's computer systems, damages Data's programming and leaves the ship and crew vulnerable to a Romulan attack.

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38 - The Royale

Original title : The Royale
First Aired : 27.03.1989 (USA) 19.08.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Cliff Bole
Writing credits : Keith Mills
Cast : Noble Willingham (Texas), Sam Anderson (Assistant Manager), Jill Jacobson (Vanessa), Leo Garcia (Bellboy), Gregory Beecroft (Mickey D), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 42625.4. An away team is trapped in an alien environment based around a novel entitled 'The Hotel Royale.'

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39 - Time Squared

Original title : Time Squared
First Aired : 04.03.1989 (USA) 26.08.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Joseph L. Scanlan
Writing credits : Maurice Hurley From a Story by Kurt Michael Bensmiller
Cast : Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 42679.2. Picard encounters his double from six hours in the future, whose Enterprise had been destroyed.

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40 - The Icarus Factor

Original title : The Icarus Factor
First Aired : 24.03.1989 (USA) 02.09.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Iscove
Writing credits : David Assael & Robert L. McCullough From a Story by David Assael
Cast : John Tesh (K'Tesh), Mitchell Ryan (Kyle Riker), Lance Spellerberg (Transporter Operator), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 42686.4. Riker is promoted to Captain of another Federation ship. Worf must confront his past and his Klingon heritage.
Note : John Tesh, one of the hosts of Entertainment Tonight (at the time), appears as the Klingon K'Tesh in Worf's Ascension Chamber on the holodeck. Of course this appearance was covered as a feature on ET.

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41 - Pen Pals

Original title : Pen Pals
First Aired : 01.05.1989 (USA) 09.09.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Melinda M. Snodgrass From a Story by Hannah Louise Shearer
Cast : Nicholas Cascone (Davies), Nikki Cox (Sarjenka), Anne H. Gillespie (Hildebrandt), Whitney Rydbeck (Alans), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 42695.3. Wesley must investigate the causes of strange tectonic activity on the planet where Data's pen pal lives.

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42 - Q Who?

Original title : Q Who?
First Aired : 08.05.1989 (USA) 16.09.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Rob Bowman
Writing credits : Maurice Hurley
Cast : Lycia Naff (Ensign Sonya Gomez), John de Lancie (Q), Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 42761.3. Q hurls the Enterprise into the Delta Quadrant and introduces the Federation to a powerful new enemy that may destroy the Alpha Quadrant: The Borg.

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43 - Samaritan Snare

Original title : Samaritan Snare
First Aired : 15.05.1989 (USA) 23.09.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : Robert L. McCullough
Cast : Christopher Collins (Grebnedlog), Leslie Collins (Reginod), Daniel Benzali (Surgeon), Lycia Naff (Ensign Sonya Gomez), Tzi Ma (Biomolecular Physiologist)

The Story : Stardate: 42779.1. A race known as the Pakleds kidnap Geordie. Picard must face surgery when he is left in a near-dead state.

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44 - Up The Long Ladder

Original title : Up The Long Ladder
First Aired : 22.05.1989 (USA) 30.09.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Melinda M. Snodgrass
Cast : Barrie Ingham (Danilo Odell), Jon DeVries (Granger), Rosalyn Landor (Brenna Odell), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 42823.2. Picard must convince two dying civilizations that they must co-exist on the same planet to survive, however, they have other plans to ensure their survival: in the form of clones of the Enterprise crew.

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45 - Manhunt

Original title : Manhunt
First Aired : 19.06.1989 (USA) 07.10.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Rob Bowman
Writing credits : Terry Deveraux
Cast : Carel Struycken (Mr. Homm), Robert O'Reilly (Scarface), Rhonda Aldrich (Madeline), Mick Fleetwood (Antidean Dignitary), Wren T. Brown (Transporter Pilot), Majel Barrett (Lwaxana Troi), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien), Robert Costanzo (Slade Bender)

The Story : Stardate: 42859.2. While being escorted to a Federation conference by the Enterprise, Lwaxana hunts for a man to satisfy her needs when her sex-drive is quadrupled during a natural mid-life cycle.
Note : Mick Fleetwood, of Fleetwood Mac, makes a guest appearance as an Antidean Dignitary, even though he is unrecognizable beneath heavy make-up.

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46 - The Emissary

Original title : The Emissary
First Aired : 29.06.1989 (USA) 14.10.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Cliff Bole
Writing credits : Richard Manning & Hans Beimler
Cast : Anne Elizabeth Ramsay (Ensign Clancy), Diedrich Bader (Tactical Crewman), Lance LeGault (K'Temoc), Greorgann Johnson (Admiral Gromek), Anne Elizabeth Ramsay (Ensign Clancy), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 42901.3. Worf is re-united with his former lover, K'Ehleyr, while the Enterprise is ordered to intercept a Klingon ship whose crew has been in stasis for a century.

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47 - Peak Performance

Original title : Peak Performance
First Aired : 10.07.1989 (USA) 21.10.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Scheerer
Writing credits : David Kemper
Cast : Roy Brocksmith (Sirna Kolrami), Armin Shimerman (Bractor), David L. Lander (Ferengi Tactician), Leslie Neale (Ensign Nagel), Glenn Morshower (Ensign Burke)

The Story : Stardate: 42923.4. Trouble begins when a Ferengi warship stumbles over a war simulation between Riker and Picard, each on different ships, and begins attacking them.

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48 - Shades of Gray

Original title : Shades of Gray
First Aired : 17.07.1989 (USA) 28.10.1997 (FRANCE)
Director : Rob Bowman
Writing credits : Maurice Hurley & Hans Beimler From a Story by Maurice Hurley
Cast : Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 42976.1. Riker is infected with an alien organism that takes over his mind. Dr. Pulaski must force Riker's mind back to a state where it can access primitive survival skills.

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