Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
But it's that not this!!!
TNG's "Thine own self".
I'm not usually a pedant, but I must have some special interest in this episode - who knows why!!!
Caught the post-opening credits of "Yesterday's Enterprise" this weekend. I named the episode before I was within full view of the screen. My girlfriend was aghast. "How do you do that??" Then I explained how it's one of the most popular episodes of Trek, ever.
The last episode I watched was....the last episode, "These Are The Voyages...".
I hop around re-watching particular episodes as I please, so the last one (at the moment) is VOY S03x08 and 09 - "Future's End".
(I only watched it because I was looking for a description of what an Intrepid-class torpedo bay would have looked like, and the Chakoteya Trek screenplay repository suggested that Janeway went down to manually launch a torp - a very purposeful intention on my part)
TNG Where Silence Has Lease...standard Trek plot where a super-powerful alien experiments/tests the crew episode. But it was rather well done. One of the better season 2 episodes actually.
Did you get to the part where its bigger on the inside and magically restocks anti-matter?
TNG - The Inner Light.
Journey to Babel
TNG "Cause and Effect," "Timescape," and "Contagion"
Currently in a ENT rewatch again and just watched "Fortunate Son"
That Which Survives
TNG: Elementary, Dear Data, one of the best holodeck malfunction episodes.
TNG, The Outrageous Okona...Data tries to understand comedy while the crew deals with the roguish Okona....not much substance there...the episode is total fluff.
Where No Man Has Gone Before
Balance of Terror
The Squire of Gothos
And The Children Shall Lead
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