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101 - Redemption (2/2)

Original title : Redemption (2/2)
First Aired : 23.09.1991 (USA) 07.07.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : David Carson
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore
Cast : Denise Crosby (Sela), Tony Todd (Cmdr. Kurn), Barbara March (Lursa), Gwynyth Walsh (B'Etor), JD Cullum (Toral), Robert O'Reilly (Gowron), Michael G. Hagerty (Captain Larg), Fran Bennett (Admiral Shanthi), Nicholas Kepros (General Movar), Timothy Carhart (Lt. Cmdr. Christopher Hobson), Jordan Lund (Kulge), Clifton Jones (Ensign Craig), Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 45020.4. Picard suspects a Romulan influence in the recent Klingon civil war, and must force the Federation to intervene before the Empire collapses.

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102 - Darmok

Original title : Darmok
First Aired : 30.09.1991 (USA) 10.07.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Joe Menosky From a Story by Philip Lazebnik & Joe Menosky
Cast : Paul Winfield (Tamarian Captain), Richard James (Tamarian First Officer), Ashley Judd (Ensign Lefler), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 45047.2. Picard must find a way to communicate with the newly discovered Tamarians, who speak entirely in metaphors, when a Tamarian Captain is brutally killed.

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103 - Ensign Ro

Original title : Ensign Ro
First Aired : 07.10.1991 (USA) 14.07.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : Michael Pillar From a Story by Rick Berman & Michael Pillar
Cast : Scott Marlowe (Keeve Falor), Frank Collison (Gul Dolak), Jeffrey Hayenga (Orta), Harley Venton (Transporter Technician Collins), Ken Thorley (Mot), Cliff Potts (Admiral Kennelly), Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan), Michelle Forbes (Ro Laren)

The Story : Stardate: 45076.3. Picard exposes a planned genocidal attack on the Bajorans with the help of a new officer, Ensign Ro Laren.
Note : This episode was SUPPOSED to setup Ensign Ro Laren's character for her later assumption of her role on DS9. She was to play the part of the Bajoran Major but she backed out of the deal.

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104 - Silicon Avatar

Original title : Silicon Avatar
First Aired : 14.10.1991 (USA) 17.07.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Cliff Bole
Writing credits : Jeri Taylor From a Story by Lawrence V. Conley
Cast : Ellen Geer (Dr. Kila Marr), Susan Diol (Carmen Davila)

The Story : Stardate: 45122.3. Picard attempts communications with the Crystalline Entity - a life form responsible for hundreds of deaths throughout the Alpha Quadrant. However, a scientist on board the Enterprise has plans of revenge over the death of her only son at the hands of the Entity.

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105 - Disaster

Original title : Disaster
First Aired : 21.10.1991 (USA) 21.07.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Gabrielle Beaumont
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore From a Story by Ron Jarvis & Philip A. Scorza
Cast : Erika Flores (Marissa), John Christian Graas (Jay Gordon), Max Supera (Patterson), Cameron Arnett (Ensign Mandel), Jana Marie Hupp (Lt. Monroe), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien), Rosalind Chao (Keiko O'Brien), Michelle Forbes (Ro Laren)

The Story : Stardate: 45156.1. A natural disaster leaves Troi in command of the Enterprise, Picard stuck in a turbo lift with three small children and Keiko O'Brien stuck in Ten-Forward giving birth with an anxious Worf.

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106 - The Game

Original title : The Game
First Aired : 28.10.1991 (USA) 24.07.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Corey Allan
Writing credits : Brannon Braga From a Story by Susan Sackett, Fred Bronson & Brannon Braga
Cast : Wil Wheaton (Wesley Crusher), Ashley Judd (Ensign Robin Lefler), Katherine Moffat (Etana Jol), Diane M. Hurley (Ensign), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien), Patti Yasutake (Alyssa Ogawa)

The Story : Stardate: 45208.2. An addictive game is distributed among the crew of the Enterprise, however, it appears that this game interferes with a person's logic and reason, which leaves the crew open to manipulation. Only a young Ensign and a vacationing Wesley Crusher are able to think for themselves, and must find a way to reverse the damage before the ship falls into the wrong hands.

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107 - Unification (1/2)

Original title : Unification (1/2)
First Aired : 04.11.1991 (USA) 20.10.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : Jeri Taylor From a Story by Rick Berman & Michael Pillar
Cast : Stephen Root (Captain K'Vada), Leonard Nimoy (Spock), Mark Lenard (Sarek), Stephen D. Root (Captain K'Vada), Graham Jarvis (Klim Dokachin), Malachi Throne (Senator Pardek), Norman Large (Proconsul Neral), Erick Avari (B'iJik), Karen Hensel (Admiral Brackett), Mimi Cozzens (Soup Woman)

The Story : Stardate: 45236.4. Picard and Data disguise themselves as Romulans to learn the true nature of a secret meeting between the Vulcan Ambassador Spock and a Romulan Senator.

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108 - Unification (2/2)

Original title : Unification (2/2)
First Aired : 11.11.1991 (USA) 20.10.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Cliff Bole
Writing credits : Michael Pillar From a Story by Rick Berman & Michael Pillar
Cast : Leonard Nimoy (Spock), Stephen Root (Captain K'Vada), Denise Crosby (Cmdr. Sela), Stephen D. Root (Captain K'Vada), Malachi Throne (Senator Pardek), Norman Large (Proconsul Neral), William Bastiani (Omag), Vidal Peterson (D'Tan), Harriet Leider (Amarie)

The Story : Stardate: 45245.8. Picard and Data find Spock and discover the reason behind the secret meetings. However, a darker scheme planned by the Romulans is also uncovered in the process.

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109 - A Matter of Time

Original title : A Matter of Time
First Aired : 18.11.1991 (USA) 28.07.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Paul Lynch
Writing credits : Rick Berman
Cast : Matt Frewer (Rasmussen), Stefan Gierasch (Dr. Hal Moseley), Shelia Franklin (Dr. Felton), Shay Garner (Scientist)

The Story : Stardate: 45349.1. While on a mission to help a planet recently struck by an asteroid, the Enterprise is payed a visit by a man who claims to be from the future.
Note : Robin Williams was slated to play Matt Fewer's role, but could not since he was filming Hook.

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110 - New Ground

Original title : New Ground
First Aired : 06.01.1992 (USA) 31.07.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Scheerer
Writing credits : Grant Rosenberg From a Story by Sara Charno & Stuart Charno
Cast : Brian Bronsall (Alexander), Georgia Brown (Helena Rozhenko), Brian Bonsall (Alexander), Richard McGonagle (Dr. J'Dar), Jennifer Edwards (Kyle), Shelia Franklin (Ensign Felton)

The Story : Stardate: 45376.3. Worf's son, Alexander, unexpectedly arrives on the Enterprise to stay with his father. However, Alexander wants to stay permanently.

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111 - Hero Worship

Original title : Hero Worship
First Aired : 27.01.1992 (USA) 04.08.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Patrick Stewart
Writing credits : Joe Menosky From a Story by Hilary J. Bader
Cast : Joshua Harris (Timothy), Harley Venton (Transporter Chief), Shelia Franklin (Ensign Felton), Steven Einspahr (Teacher)

The Story : Stardate: 45397.3. The Enterprise investigates the cause of an explosion which destroyed a small ship and its entire crew, except for a small boy.

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112 - Violations

Original title : Violations
First Aired : 03.02.1992 (USA) 07.08.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Wiemer
Writing credits : Pamela Gray & Jeri Taylor From a Story by Shari Goodhartz
Cast : Ben Lemon (Jev), David Sage (Tarmin), Rick Fitts (Dr. Martin), Eve Brenner (Inad), Doug Wert (Lt. Cmdr. Jack Crusher), Craig Benton (Crewman Davis), Rosalind Chao (Keiko O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 45419.3. While escorting a group of telepaths, crew members on board the Enterprise suddenly start to slip into comas.

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113 - The Masterpiece Society

Original title : The Masterpiece Society
First Aired : 10.02.1992 (USA) 11.08.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Adam Belanoff, Michael Pillar From a Story by James Kahn & Adam Belanoff
Cast : John Snyder (Aaron Connor), Dey Young (Hannah Bates), Ron Canada (Martin Benbeck), Ensign Felton (Shelia Franklin)

The Story : Stardate: 45470.1. A natural disaster in the core of a system's sun threatens to destroy a colony of genetically engineered people on an otherwise desolate planet. However, the crew's intervention may cause more harm than good.

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114 - Conundrum

Original title : Conundrum
First Aired : 17.02.1992 (USA) 14.08.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : Barry M. Schkolnick From a Story by Paul Schiffer
Cast : Erick Weiss (Crewman), Erich Anderson (Cmdr. Kieran MacDuff), Liz Vassey (Kristin), Michelle Forbes (Ro Laren)

The Story : Stardate: 45494.2. The Enterprise crew unknowingly receives a new first officer who claims that the Federation is at war with another species.

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115 - Power Play

Original title : Power Play
First Aired : 24.02.1992 (USA) 18.08.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Rene Balcer, Herbert J. Wright, Brannon Braga From a Story by Paul Ruben & Maurice Hurley
Cast : Patricia Tallman (Security Officer), Ryan Reid (Transporter Technician), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien), Rosalind Chao (Keiko O'Brien), Michelle Forbes (Ro Laren)

The Story : Stardate: 45571.2. While en route to the source of a subspace distress signal coming from a desolate moon, Data, Troi and O'Brien take over the bridge and force the ship to change course.

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116 - Ethics

Original title : Ethics
First Aired : 02.03.1992 (USA) 21.08.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Chip Chalmers
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore From a Story by Sara Charno & Stuart Charno
Cast : Caroline Kava (Dr. Toby Russell), Brian Bronsall (Alexander), Patti Yasutake (Alyssa Ogawa), Brian Bonsall (Alexander)

The Story : Stardate: 45587.3. When Worf is paralysed in an accident he must undergo drastic back surgery. However, this experimental technique may cost him his life.

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117 - The Outcast

Original title : The Outcast
First Aired : 16.03.1992 (USA) 25.08.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Scheerer
Writing credits : Jeri Taylor
Cast : Melinda Culea (Soren), Callan White (Krite), Megan Cole (Noor)

The Story : Stardate: 45587.3. Riker must defend a J'naii named Soren, with whom he shared a romantic encounter when her people find out that she broke the most sacred rule of her civilisation, and had shown leanings to the female gender and sexuality.
Note : One of the ONLY episodes of Star Trek to ever deal with issues of sexual identity & orientation. Roddenberry promised to introduce a gay character soon after but after his death the idea was shelved by Rick Berman

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118 - Cause and Effect

Original title : Cause and Effect
First Aired : 23.03.1992 (USA) 28.08.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Jonathan Frakes
Writing credits : Brannon Braga
Cast : Kelsey Grammer (Captian Morgan Batestone), Kelsey Grammer (Captain Morgan Bateman), Michelle Forbes (Ro Laren), Patti Yasutake (Alyssa Ogawa)

The Story : Stardate: 45652.1. While exploring the Typhon Expanse, the Enterprise is caught in a time warp in which they are repeatedly destroyed while colliding with another starship.

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119 - The First Duty

Original title : The First Duty
First Aired : 30.03.1992 (USA) 01.09.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Ronald B. Moore & Naren Shankar
Writing credits : Paul Lynch
Cast : Ray Walston (Boothby), Wil Wheaton (Wesley Crusher), Robert Duncan McNeill (Cadet First Class Nicholas Locarno), Ed Lauter (Lt. Cmdr. Albert), Richard Fancy (Captain Saltek), Jacqueling Brookes (Supt. Admiral Brand), Walker Brandt (Cadet Hajar), Channon Fill (Cadet Sito)

The Story : Stardate: 45703.9. Wesley is involved in a cover-up at Starfleet Academy when a cadet is killed and five shuttles are destroyed during a forbidden manoeuvre performed by Starfleet Academy's best cadets.
Note : Robert Duncan McNeill, better known as Lt./Ensign Tom Paris on Star Trek: Voyager, portrays Cadet Locarno.

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120 - Cost of Living

Original title : Cost of Living
First Aired : 20.04.1992 (USA) 04.09.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Peter Allan Fields
Cast : Tony Jay (Campio), Carel Struycken (Mr. Homm), David Oliver (Young Man), Albie Selznick (Juggler), Brian Bonsall (Alexander), Patrick Cronin (Erko), Tracey D'Arcy (Young Woman), George Edie (Poet), Christopher Halste (First Learner), Majel Barrett (Lwaxana Troi)

The Story : Stardate: 45733.63. Deanna's mother pays a surprise visit to the Enterprise with even more surprising news: she plans to marry a man she has never met. After destroying an asteroid, the ship becomes infected with parasites that eat away at the ship's hull.

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121 - The Perfect Mate

Original title : The Perfect Mate
First Aired : 27.04.1992 (USA) 08.09.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Cliff Bole
Writing credits : Gary Percante & Michael Pillar From a Story by René Echevarria
Cast : Famke Janssen (Kamala), Tim O'Connor (Briam), Max Grodenchik (Par Lenor), Mickey Cottrell (Alrik), Michael Snyder (Qol), April Grace (Transporter Chief Hubbell)

The Story : Stardate: 45761.3. The Ferengi try to abduct an empathic Metamorph who could bring peace between two warring worlds.
Note : Max Grodénchik, also known as Rom from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine makes a guest appearance in this episode as the alien, Par Lenor.

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122 - Imaginary Friend

Original title : Imaginary Friend
First Aired : 04.05.1992 (USA) 11.09.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Gabrielle Beaumont
Writing credits : Edithe Swensen, Brannon Braga From a Story by Ronald Wilderson, Jean Matthias & Richard Fliegel
Cast : Shay Astar (Isabella), Jeff Allin (Ensign Daniel Sutter), Noley Thornton (Clara Sutter), Brian Bronsall (Alexander), Shelia Franklin (Ensign Felton), Brian Bonsall (Alexander), Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan), Patti Yasutake (Alyssa Ogawa)

The Story : Stardate: 45832.1. While exploring a strange form of energy in a region of space, a little girl's imaginary friend becomes real and places the Enterprise in great danger.

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123 - I, Borg

Original title : I, Borg
First Aired : 11.05.1992 (USA) 15.09.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Lederman
Writing credits : René Echevarria
Cast : Jonathan Del (Hugh), Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan)

The Story : Stardate: 45832.1. An injured Borg is discovered and brought back to the Enterprise where he is 'repaired' by Dr. Crusher and befriended by Geordi, who names him 'Hugh.' Soon, Hugh starts showing signs of individuality while Picard must choose between destroying him or returning him to the collective.

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124 - The Next Phase

Original title : The Next Phase
First Aired : 18.05.1992 (USA) 18.09.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Lederman
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore
Cast : Thomas Kopache (Mirok), Susanna Thompson (Varel), Shelby Leverington (Transporter Chief Brossmer), Brian Cousins (Parem), Kenneth Marshall (Ensign McDowell), Michelle Forbes (Ro Laren)

The Story : Stardate: 45092.4. While the Enterprise helps a Romulan science vessel, an accident occurs which forces Geordi LaForge and Ro Laren slightly out of 'phase', causing them to become undetectable to everyone but each other. As a result, the crew thinks they are dead and make arrangements for their funerals, even though they are closer than the crew realise.

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125 - The Inner Light

Original title : The Inner Light
First Aired : 01.06.1992 (USA) 22.09.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter Lauriston
Writing credits : Peter Allan Fields & Morgan Gendel From a Story by Morgan Gendel
Cast : Margot Rose (Eline), Richard Riehle (Batai), Scott Jaeck (Administrator), Jennifer Nash (Meribor), Daniel Stewart (Young Batai), Patti Yasutake (Alyssa Ogawa)

The Story : Stardate: 45944.1. Picard is struck by a beam of energy from an alien probe, which renders him unconscious and places him in the life of an Iron worker on the planet Kataan, with no memory of who he used to be, or how he arrived there.
Note : Daniel Stewart, who portrays a young Batai, is Patrick Stewart's real-life son.

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126 - Time's Arrow (1/2)

Original title : Time's Arrow (1/2)
First Aired : 15.06.1992 (USA) 25.09.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : Joe Menosky & Michael Pillar From a Story by Joe Menosky
Cast : Jerry Hardin (Samuel Clemens), Michael Aron (Bellboy), Barry Kivel (Doorman), Ken Thorley (Seaman), Sheldon Peters (Falling Hawk), Marc Alaimo (Gambler/Frederick LaRouque), Milt Tarver (Scientist), Michael Hungerford (Roughneck), John M. Murdock (Beggar), Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan)

The Story : Stardate: 45959.1. Data's head is uncovered in an archaeological dig on Earth, where evidence is also found that aliens may have been on Earth as early as the 19th Century. Using modified technology, an away team follows Data into the late 1890s to investigate.

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