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153 - Descent (2/2)

Original title : Descent (2/2)
First Aired : 20.09.1993 (USA) 16.03.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Alexander Singer
Writing credits : Rene Echevarria
Cast : Brent Spiner (Lore), Jonathan Del Arco (Hugh), Alex Datcher (Taitt), James Horan (Barnaby), Brian J. Cousins (Crosis)

The Story : Stardate: 47025.4. Data abducts Picard, Troi and Geordi and holds them prisoners of the Borg, while he derives pleasure from being evil. Dr. Crusher is left in command of the Enterprise as it comes under attack from a Borg vessel.
Note : Early draft featured Data killing Lore and Lt. Barclay.

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154 - Liasons

Original title : Liasons
First Aired : 27.09.1993 (USA) 23.03.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Cliff Bole
Writing credits : Jeanne Carrigan Fauci, Lisa Rich From a Story by Roger Eschbacher & Jaq Greenspoon
Cast : Barbara Williams (Anna), Eric Pierpoint (Voval), Paul Eiding (Loquel), Michael Harris (Byleth)

The Story : During an exchange program, Picard's shuttle crashes on an unknown planet where he is rescued by the sole survivor of another crash.

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155 - Interface

Original title : Interface
First Aired : 04.10.1993 (USA) 30.03.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Wiemer
Writing credits : Joe Menoksy
Cast : Warren Munson (Admiral Holt), Ben Vereen (Dr. LaForge), Madge Sinclair (Capt. Silva La Forge)

The Story : Stardate: 47215.5. Geordi defies direct orders from Captain Picard in an attempt to rescue his mother who had recently been reported as missing.
Note : Levar Burton requested that Madge Sinclair and Ben Vereen play La Forge's parents. They also played Levar's parents in the mini series Roots. Madge Sinclair played the first female captain in Star Trek 4. This is hte only episode to detail La Forge's family. This was meant to be a Riker story and a sequel to "Frame of Mind".

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156 - Gambit (1/2)

Original title : Gambit (1/2)
First Aired : 11.10.1993 (USA) 06.04.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Peter Lauritson
Writing credits : Naren Shankar From a Story by Christopher Hatton & Naren Shankar
Cast : Richard Lynch (Baran), Robin Curtis (Tallera), Julie Caitlin Brown (Velor), Cameron Thor (Narik), Alan Altshuld (Yranac), Bruce Gray (Admiral Chekote)

The Story : Stardate: 47135.2. An away team investigates the apparent death of Jean-Luc Picard who was supposedly killed in a bar fight. When Riker is abducted by a band of criminals who loot archaeological digs, he is shocked to find Picard alive and well, and undercover as a renegade archaeologist.

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157 - Gambit (2/2)

Original title : Gambit (2/2)
First Aired : 18.10.1993 (USA) 13.04.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Ronald D. Moore[Naren Shankar]
Writing credits : Alexander Singer
Cast : Richard Lynch (Baran), Robin Curtis (Tallera), Julie Caitlin Brown (Vekor), Cameron Thor (Narik), James Worthy (Koral), Sabrina LeBeauf (Ensign Guisti)

The Story : Stardate: 47160.1. Picard and Riker covertly work together in an attempt to find out why the criminals are looting archaeological digs.

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158 - Phantasms

Original title : Phantasms
First Aired : 25.10.1993 (USA) 20.04.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Patrick Stewart
Writing credits : Brannon Braga
Cast : Gina Ravarra (Ensign Taylor), Bernard Kates (Sigmund Freud), Clyde Kusatsu (Admiral Makamura), David L. Crowley (Workman)

The Story : Stardate: 47225.7. Data's new dream subroutine causes him to experience nightmares which provide a unique insight into strange events that are occurring on board the Enterprise.

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159 - Dark Page

Original title : Dark Page
First Aired : 01.11.1993 (USA) 27.04.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : Hilary J. Bader
Cast : Norman Large (Maques), Kirsten Dunst (Hedrill), Ian Andrew Troi (Amick Byram), Andrea Weiner (Kestra), Majel Barrett (Lwaxana Troi)

The Story : Stardate: 47254.1. Lwaxana Troi collapses with a repressed memory related illness. Her only chance for survival is if Deanna can probe her subconscious and find out what is killing her. However, the secret Lwaxana holds is deeper than Deanna imagined.

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160 - Attached

Original title : Attached
First Aired : 08.11.1993 (USA) 04.05.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Jonathan Frakes
Writing credits : Nicholas Sagan
Cast : Robin Gammell (Mauric), Lenore Kasdorf (Lorin)

The Story : Stardate: 47304.2. While on a a diplomatic mission, Dr. Crusher and Picard are captured and imprisoned. As a result, they are linked together via a telepathic device.

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161 - Force of Nature

Original title : Force of Nature
First Aired : 15.11.1993 (USA) 11.05.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Lederman
Writing credits : Naren Shankar
Cast : Michael Corbett (Dr. Rabal), Margaret Reed (Dr. Serova), Lee Arenberg (DaiMon Prak)

The Story : Stardate: 47310.2. The Enterprise is drawn to a region of space where many starships have been mysteriously disabled. They soon learn that a brother and sister team has been working together to bring attention to the fact that frequent high-warp travel is damaging the very fabric of space/time.

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162 - Inheritance

Original title : Inheritance
First Aired : 22.11.1993 (USA) 18.05.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Scheerer
Writing credits : Dan Koeppel & Rene Echevarria From a Story by Dan Koeppel
Cast : Fionnula Flannagan (Juliana Tainer), William Lithgow (Pran)

The Story : Stardate: 47410.2. Data is disturbed by the claims of a woman who says she is Noonien Soong's ex-wife.

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163 - Parallels

Original title : Parallels
First Aired : 10.01.1994 (USA) 25.05.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Roert Wiemer
Writing credits : Brannon Braga
Cast : Mark Bramhall (Gul Nador), Wil Wheaton (Wesley Crusher), Patti Yasutake (Alyssa Ogawa)

The Story : Stardate: 47391.2. Worf returns from a Klingon competition to find that he is shifting through different realities.

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164 - The Pegasus

Original title : The Pegasus
First Aired : 17.01.1994 (USA) 01.06.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : LeVar Burton
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore
Cast : Terry O'Quinn (Admiral Eric Pressman), Nancy Vawter (Admiral Blackwell)

The Story : Stardate: 47457.1. Riker is placed on a covert mission to find the missing starship he was once a member aboard, but the mission holds a secret that could destroy the peace treaty between the Federation and the Romulans.
Note : The Pegasus was suppose to be an Ambassdor class starship, but the budget would not allow it. Thus the Grissom model was used.

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165 - Homeward

Original title : Homeward
First Aired : 17.01.1994 (USA) 08.06.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Alexander Singer
Writing credits : Naren Shankar From a Story by Spike Steingasser
Cast : Paul Sorvino (Nikolai Rozhenko), Penny Johnson Jerald (Dobara), Brian Markinson (Vorin), Edward Penn (Kateras)

The Story : Stardate: 47423.9. Worf's adoptive brother violates the Prime Directive to save an alien society whose planet is dying.

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166 - Sub Rosa

Original title : Sub Rosa
First Aired : 31.01.1994 (USA) 15.06.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Jonathan Frakes
Writing credits : Brannon Braga From a Story by Jeri Taylor
Cast : Ellen Albertini Dow (Felisa Howard), Duncan Regehr (Ronin), Michael Keenan (Maturin), Shay Duffin (Quint)Sub Rosa

The Story : Dr. Crusher attends her grandmother's funeral, to find that she had been in romantic encounters with a mysterious man who had been haunting the Howard family women for generations.

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167 - Lower Decks

Original title : Lower Decks
First Aired : 07.02.1994 (USA) 22.06.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Gabrielle Beaumont
Writing credits : René Echevarria From a Story by Ronald Wilkerson & Jean Louise Matthias
Cast : Dan Gaytheir (Sam Laville), Shannon Fill (Sito Jaxa), Alexander Enberg (Taurik), Bruce Beatty (Ben), Don Reilly (Joret), Patti Yasutake (Alyssa Ogawa)

The Story : Stardate: 47566.7. Four young ensigns compete for a promotion that only one of them will receive. However, they are soon placed on a top secret mission that places some of their lives in danger.

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168 - Thine Own Self

Original title : Thine Own Self
First Aired : 14.02.1994 (USA) 29.06.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore From a Story by Christopher Halton
Cast : Ronnie Claire Edwards (Talur), Michael Rothbar (Garvin), Kimberly Cullum (Gia), Michael G. Hagerty (Skoran)

The Story : Stardate: 47611.2. Data find himself mysteriously stranded on a planet with no recollection of who he is or how he arrived there. Soon he is accused of spreading a plague among the inhabitants. Troi takes the bridge officer's test in an attempt to gain the rank of Commander.

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169 - Masks

Original title : Masks
First Aired : 21.02.1994 (USA) 06.07.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Wiemer
Writing credits : Joe Menosky
Cast : Rickey D’Shon Collins (Eric Burton)

The Story : Stardate: 47615.2. The Enterprise is slowly transformed into an ancient alien temple when Data discovers an alien archive full of information about an ancient culture. Shortly after opening the archive, Data becomes possessed with several different personalities.

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170 - Eye of the Beholder

Original title : Eye of the Beholder
First Aired : 28.02.1994 (USA) 10.07.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Cliff Bole
Writing credits : René Echevarria From a Story by Brannon Braga
Cast : Mark Rolston (Lt. Walter Pierce), Nancy Harewood (Lt. Nara), Tim Lounibos (Lt. Kwan), Johanna McCloy (Ensign Calloway)

The Story : Stardate: 47622.1. While investigating the mysterious suicide of a crew member, Troi and Worf begin to show romantic feeling towards one another.

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171 - Genesis

Original title : Genesis
First Aired : 21.03.1994 (USA) 20.07.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Gates McFadden
Writing credits : Brannon Braga
Cast : Dwight Schultz (Lt. (J.G.), Reginald "Reg" Barclay III), Patti Yasutake (Alyssa Ogawa), Rusty McLennon (Worf (creature form))

The Story : Stardate: 47653.2. Upon returning from an away mission, Picard and Data find the ship drifting in space, and the crew de-evolving into their animal ancestors.
Note : Original draft had the crew turning into Barclay, this deemed too extreme.

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172 - Journey's End

Original title : Journey's End
First Aired : 28.03.1994 (USA) 27.07.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Corey Allen
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore From a Story by Shawn Piller & Antonio Napoli
Cast : Tom Jackson (Lakanta), Natalija Nogulich (Admiral Nechayev), Wil Wheaton (Wesley Crusher), Ned Romero (Anthwarta), George Aguilar (Wakasa), Richard Poe (Gul Evek), Eric Menyuk (Traveler), Jack Wert (Lt. Jack Crusher)

The Story : Stardate: 47751.2. Under the terms of the new Federation/Cardassian alliance, Picard is ordered to evacuate a colony of native Americans, but protests from Wesly hamper the process. Wesley's destiny is finally revealed to him when the Traveler returns.

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173 - Firstborn

Original title : Firstborn
First Aired : 25.04.1994 (USA) 03.08.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Jonathan West
Writing credits : Christopher Halton & Ronald D. Moore From a Story by Mark Kalbfeld
Cast : Armin Shimerman (Quark), Brian Bonsall (Alexander), Barbara March (Lursa), Gwynyth Walsh (B'Etor), John Shull (Molor), James Sloyan (K'Mtar)

The Story : Stardate: 47779.4. A disinterested Alexander must face his first Right of Ascension passage, but a mysterious warrior by the name of K'Mtar brings with him a disturbing request.

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174 - Bloodlines

Original title : Bloodlines
First Aired : 02.05.1994 (USA) 10.08.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : Nicholas Sagan
Cast : Amy Pietz (Lieutenant Sandra Rhodes), Ken Olandt (Jason Vigo), Peter Slutsker (Birta), Lee Arenberg (DaiMon Bok)

The Story : Stardate: 47829.1. Picard tries to save his newly-discovered son from the retaliation of a vengeful Ferengi whose only son was killed by Picard buring the Battle of Maxia many years before.
Note : The script name for Jason was Cristof and was changed since Cristof is Patrick Stewart's real life son's name.

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175 - Emergence

Original title : Emergence
First Aired : 09.05.1994 (USA) 17.08.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Cliff Bole
Writing credits : Joe Menosky From a Story by Brannon Braga
Cast : David Huddleson (Conductor), Thomas Kopache (Engineer), Arlee Reed (Hayseed), Dennis Tracey (Man in Flannel Gray Suit (uncredited)), Nick Dimitri (Tax Driver)

The Story : Stardate: 47869.2. The Enterprise's computer systems starts having repeated malfunctions, leading the crew to believe that it may be evolving into a new life form.

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176 - Pre-emptive Strike

Original title : Pre-emptive Strike
First Aired : 16.05.1994 (USA) 24.08.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Patrick Stewart
Writing credits : René Echevarria From a Story by Naren Shankar
Cast : Richard Poe (Gul Evek), Shannon Cochran (Kalita), John Franklin (Macias), William Thomas Jr. (Santos), Michelle Forbes (Ro Laren)

The Story : Stardate: 47941.7. Fresh from Starfleet's Advanced Tactical Training course, Ro Laren is assigned to infiltrate the Maquis. However, over time she begins to sympathize with them, which forces her to choose between her loyalty to the Federation, and her new friends in the Maquis.
Note : It has been assumed that Commander Chakotay was Lt. Ro's instructer

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177 - All Good Things... (1/2)

Original title : All Good Things... (1/2)
First Aired : 23.05.1994 (USA) 31.08.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : David Carson & Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore & Brannon Braga
Cast : Andreas Katsulas (Tomolak), John de Lancie (Q), Denise Crosby (Tasha Yar), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 47988.0. Shortly after Picard is diagnosed with a long-term, potentially debilitating brain disorder, he starts experiencing bizarre shifts into three main time periods: 25 years into the future, a few days before the Enterprise-D is sent on its mission to Farpoint station, and the present. Picard realizes that Q is behind these shifts through time. Q finally reveals himself that humanity is still on trial, and that Picard must stop an event in the future that will halt the formation of life on Earth four billion years ago.
Note : A fourth timeline with the Borg attack from The Best of Both Worlds was considered for the story. Picard keeps calling O'Brien "Chief", a title that he wouldn't hold unitl much later in the series and Deep Space Nine.

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178 - All Good Things... (2/2)

Original title : All Good Things... (2/2)
First Aired : 23.05.1994 (USA) 05.09.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : David Carson & Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore & Brannon Braga
Cast : Martha Hackett (Talerian (Scene Deleted)), John de Lancie (Q), Denise Crosby (Tasha Yar), Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien)

The Story : Stardate: 47988.0. Shortly after Picard is diagnosed with a long-term, potentially debilitating brain disorder, he starts experiencing bizarre shifts into three main time periods: 25 years into the future, a few days before the Enterprise-D is sent on its mission to Farpoint station, and the present. Picard realizes that Q is behind these shifts through time. Q finally reveals himself that humanity is still on trial, and that Picard must stop an event in the future that will halt the formation of life on Earth four billion years ago.
Note : Towards the end of the episode, an extra that would appear on Star Trek Voyager and First Contact makes his first appearance.

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