The TNG Quiz

Discussion in 'The Next Generation' started by Gaius, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. Satyrquaze

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    Lieutenant Junior Grade (Season One)
    Lieutenant (Season Three)
    Lieutenant Commander (Star Trek: Generations)
     
  2. Mojochi

    Mojochi Commodore Commodore

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    Correct!
     
  3. Satyrquaze

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    Speaking of Worf...

    Name the episode where if the command crew had just listened to Worf, nothing bad would have happened. Extra credit if you can think of more than one example.
     
  4. Mojochi

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    I Borg "Kill it now! Make it appear that it died in the crash"
     
  5. Satyrquaze

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    Eh, I think Hugh gaining his individuality was a good thing.

    Killing that last surviving Borg would have been incredibly short-sighted considering where the episode went.

    Really, I'm asking for a time where in the end Worf was proven to be correct, and "I, Borg" isn't one of those times.
     
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  6. Maxwell Everett

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    Well, in "Where Silence Has Lease," Worf warns Picard of, "of an old Klingon legend of a gigantic black space creature which was said to devour entire vessels." Yet Picard decides to stick around and keep sending probes in until they're, well... devoured.
     
  7. Satyrquaze

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    That works.

    I was mainly thinking of "Samaritan Snare". Where in the beginning Worf would rather just ignore the Pakled's distress call and then would rather the Enterprise not send their Chief Engineer to fix their ship. Riker overrules him.
     
  8. Vanyel

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    I was thinking of The Emissary.
     
  9. Maxwell Everett

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    Identify the following:

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  10. Tosk

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    That's Mirasta's model of the prototype Malcorian warp ship. (I just rewatched this ep a week ago. :D )
     
  11. Maxwell Everett

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  12. Mojochi

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    Lol I hadn't thought of that. Sort of honorary though :lol:
     
  13. Tosk

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    This is probably easy for you hardcore Treksperts, but please describe where (and in what form) the Botany Bay turns up on DS9 and on VOY. :)
     
  14. Mojochi

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    Kind of an off topic question, unrelated to TNG, but isn't it used in the symbol for the Bajoran religion?
     
  15. Vanyel

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    Yeah, that has nothing to do with TNG.
     
  16. lennier1

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    You mean the pillars above the stylized wormhole vortex?
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  17. Tosk

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    Yeah, no...you're right. Forgot the TNG-ness of it all! Sorry about that stupid mistake. (Idiot!)

    Change question to...

    In what episode do we see Jean-Luc play the trombone?
     
  18. Tiberius

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    That would be Jean-Luc Riker playing the trombone when daddy Will comes back in Future Imperfect.

    Thought you;d be tricky, eh? Too bad! I'm a geek!!!

    BTW, the Botany Bay turned up in DS9 as a symbol in the Bajoran Temple, as a circular thing consisting of many copies of it rotated around each other. Not sure where it was in Voyager, but I'm thinking it could have been the flash in the camera viewfinder.

    My question...

    What's the name of the fish in Picard's ready room?
     
  19. Tosk

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    In order...

    Correct.
    Yeah, I did try to be tricky. :)
    Correct.
    Rain Robinson had a model of it in her office.
    Livingston.
     
  20. Mojochi

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    Livingston

    Edit: Oops, I didn't see Tosk answered above 1st