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Episode
Number
Title
UK Tape
Number
Rating
Description
150
Descent,
Part 2
77
More Borg silliness, with Lore doing his David Koresh impersonation.
 
Writer(s) :
Rene Echevarria
Director :
Alexander Singer
151
Liasions
77
Our Heroes encounter a species who take their alien relations very seriously.
 
Writer(s) :
Roger Eschbacher
Jaq Greenspan
Director :
Cliff Bole
152
Interface
78
Geordis mother is presumed dead when her starship vanishes without trace. But the engineer thinks he knows where she is - and is prepared to sacrifice his career to prove it.
 
Writer(s) :
Joe Menosky
Director :
Robert Wiemer
153
Gambit,
Part 1
78

The crew of the Enterprise are shocked to learn that Picard has been killed and immediately begin an investigation of the mercenary group responsible. But in short order the bandits kidnap Riker right from his own ship and start blasting the Enterprise. Have the Federations finest met their match?
 
Writer(s) :
Christopher Hatton
Naren Shankar
Director :
Peter Lauritson
154
Gambit,
Part 2
79


Data must deal with a First Officer who may not be up to the job while trying to defeat the mercenaries and rescue Riker and the still-alive Picard.
 
Writer(s) :
Naren Shankar
Director :
Alexander Singer
155
Phantasms
79
Data starts having really strange dreams. Has he finally reached his use-by date, or is something odd going on?
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Director :
Patrick Stewart
156
Dark Page
80

When Lwuxana Troi starts having a nervous breakdown, Deanna finds out the truth about the sister she never knew. Emotional stuff, a definite "chick episode".
 
Writer(s) :
Hillary J. Bader
Director :
Les Landau
157
Attached
80

Escaping captivity on the planet Kesprit, a neural implant forces Picard and Crusher to come to terms with their true feelings at last. So superbly acted all round that it's only on about the fifth viewing that you ralise that the ending makes no sense.
 
Writer(s) :
Nicolas Sagan
Director :
Jonathan Frakes
158
Force of Nature
81
Some Hekaran scientists emulate Greenpeace when they realise that warp drive is polluting the universe. A fair premise drowns under the weight of the technobabble.
 
Writer(s) :
Naren Shankar
Director :
Robert Lederman
159
Inheritance
81

When Data meets the wife of his creator, he is reluctant to take her at face value. And so he should be, as it turns out. A very good twist rescues another "Datas past" episode.
 
Writer(s) :
Dan Koeppel
Director :
Robert Scheerer
160
Parallels
82

Returning from a bat'leth tournament, Worf finds that the Enterprise is not quite as he left it. Spot the ever-changing differences in this intriguing episode, and see the fleet to end all fleets!
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Director :
Robert Wiemer
161
The Pegasus
82


Riker is put in a difficult position when his old commanding officer shows up, determined to protect a revolutionary - and illegal - Federation project.
 
Writer(s) :
Ron D. Moore
Director :
LeVar Burton
162
Homeward
83
Worfs Human brother decides that the Prime Directive isn't for him when a group of primitive tribesfolk are threatened with destruction.
 
Writer(s) :
Spike Steingasser
William N. Stape
Director :
Alexander Singer
163
Sub Rosa
83
Beverly quits Starfleet to sit up all night with a candle. Picard responds by joining Ghostbusters.
 
Writer(s) :
Jeri Taylor
Jeanna F. Gallo
Director :
Jonathan Frakes
164
Lower Decks
84

A look at life among the junior officers of the Enterprise-D. Great characters and acting and a very moving ending make this another high point.
 
Writer(s) :
Ronald Wilkerson
Jean Louise Matthias
Director :
Gabrielle Beaumont
165
Thine Own Self
84


After loosing his memory in an accident, Data settles down in a small village - trading for goods with some metal fragments from a container marked "Radioactive". Meanwhile, Troi must face up to what it really means to sit in the big chair.
 
Writer(s) :
Christopher Hatton
Director :
Winrich Kolbe
166
Masks
85
Data becomes the ultimate schizophrenic in an episode thats actually embarrasing to watch.
 
Writer(s) :
Joe Menosky
Director :
Robert Weimer
167
Eye of the Beholder
85
After a crew member commits suicide, Troi goes crazy and tries to do the same. Silly episode notable mostly for the chance to see bits of the Enterprise-D where no camera has gone before...
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Director :
Cliff Bole
168
Genesis
86


A virus makes the Enterprise crew start acting wild. Controversial episode that's good fun if you don't think about it too much.
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Director :
Gates McFadden
169
Journey's end
86
The Enterprise must evacuate a Federation colony - by force. Wesley Crusher pops up to remind everybody why he was written out.
 
Writer(s) :
Ronald D. Moore
Director :
Corey Allen
170
Firstborn
87

Worfs son Alexander befriends a mysterious stranger. Worf finds the man vaguely familiar.
 
Writer(s) :
Mark Kalbfeld
Director :
Jonathan West
171
Bloodlines
87
Picard must fight to protect the son he never knew he had from those nasty Ferengi. Some good scenes wrapped around a fairly daft plot.
 
Writer(s) :
Nicholas Sagan
Director :
Jonathan West
172
Emergence
88
When the holodecks start acting up yet again, the crew realise that the Enterprise-D is feeling broody.
 
Writer(s) :
Brannon Braga
Director :
Cliff Bole
173
Preemptive Strike
88


Ensign Ro must fight on the side of the Cardassians against her own people - or betray Captain Picard.
 
Writer(s) :
Naren Shankar
Director :
Patrick Stewart
174
All Good Things
89

Q shows us that some trials last forever as Picard must save the Human race from annhilation by leaping between past, present and future to make the ultimate journey of exploration. TNG finishes off its run by showing us just how good it can get.
 
Writer(s) :
Ronald D. Moore
Brannon Braga
Director :
Winrich Kolbe


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