The TNG Quiz

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  1. Satyrquaze

    Satyrquaze Vice Admiral Admiral

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    So it must be Tosk's turn?
     
  2. Tosk

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    I was gonna wait for confirmation, which I thought was the rule.

    Oh well. Name three episodes that Deanna Troi did not appear in.
     
  3. Satyrquaze

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    Heart of Glory
    A Matter of Honor
    The Perfect Mate
     
  4. Tiberius

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    lol, when several people post the same answer, I'd say that would confirm it. Besides, it wasn't really some obscure factoid. Reasonably common knowledge.
     
  5. Tosk

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    Satyrquaze, go for it...
     
  6. Vanyel

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    Ok, it's over 24 hours so:

    What is the exact sequence needed to initiate the Auto Destruct on 1701-D during Where Silence has Lease?
     
  7. Maxwell Everett

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    Hand print ID by Captain and First Oficer:
    "Recognize Picard, Jean-Luc. Recognize Riker, William T."

    Captain gives auto destruct command:
    "Initiate auto-destruct sequence."

    Computer asks for confirmation:
    "Does Riker, William T. concur?"

    First Officer responds:
    "I do. Initiate auto-destruct sequence."

    Computer asks for countdown duration:
    "Desired time interval?"

    Captain gives desired duration:
    "Initiate auto-destruct. Interval: twenty minutes."

    Computer begins countdown.

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    Describe the process as depicted in "11001001."
     
  8. Mojochi

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    Dual finger print recognition

    Computer: Recognize Picard, Jean-Luc, captain. Recognize Riker, William T. commander

    Picard: Set auto-destruct sequence

    Computer: Does the 1st officer concur?

    Riker: Yes. Set auto-destruct sequence, now

    Computer announces, displays & begins auto-destruct sequence, with standard interval of 5 minute count down
     
  9. Maxwell Everett

    Maxwell Everett Commodore Commodore

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    And you are correct!
     
  10. Mojochi

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    Name all of the 9 occurrences of Jean-Luc Picard traveling in or out of time (1 of which is debatable)
     
  11. Vanyel

    Vanyel The Imperious Leader Premium Member

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    All Good Things... (Past, Present, Future) [Would that count as a 3 for 1]
    Time Squared
    ST: Generations
    Yesterday's Enterprise
    Cause and Effect
    Tapestry
    Time's Arrow Part II
    The Inner Light
    Timescape
     
  12. Maxwell Everett

    Maxwell Everett Commodore Commodore

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    Just sticking to the show:

    Hide and Q (time suspended)
    We'll Always Have Paris (time repeated)
    Time Squared (backwards time travel -- other Picard)
    Cause and Effect (time loop)
    Time's Arrow, Part I (backwards time travel)
    Time's Arrow, Part II (returns to present)
    Tapestry (backwards time travel)
    Timescape (time slowed/accelerated)
    All Good Things... (Forward and backward time travel)

    "Qpid" probably doesn't qualify? But then, does "Tapestry" or even "All Good Things"?
     
  13. Mojochi

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    Both of you have seven from my list. Together you have come up with 8. Movies are included. Picard actually doesn't time travel in Yesterday's Enterprise. Others do, but not him. Inner Light was a mind probe. He didn't actually go there. I also counted all the events of Time's Arrow as one event... I guess. Mainly looking for each story that included a Picard time travel event

    Q's encounters are all debatable, but I included Tapestry, because it's almost exactly the same event as in All Good Things... even if Picard wasn't sure whether it was real or not. In both, he interacted with people from a different time period of his life. Those people did not seem Q generated, but rather authentic. Unlike Q-Pid, which uses what seems like characters endowed with free will, & no indication that this is anything but a Q creation

    Hadn't really considered Hide & Q, but it's hard to argue against, since I've included 2 other Q events. Did they actually mention time being suspended?
     
  14. Vanyel

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    All Good Things... (Past, Present, Future) [Would that count as a 3 for 1]
    Time Squared
    ST: Generations
    Cause and Effect
    Tapestry
    Time's Arrow Part I & II
    Timescape
    We'll Always Have Paris
    ST: First Contact
     
  15. Maxwell Everett

    Maxwell Everett Commodore Commodore

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    I thought the quiz only pertained to the show?

    Code:
                    TASHA             
    There has been no interruption 
    in course or speed. Both have             
    remained constant. Captain -- it's             
    as though we never stopped.      
    
    Picard straightens up.  
    
                     PICARD             
    We never did. "Q" suspended time.
     
  16. Mojochi

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    I've seen the quiz apply to all the TNG material, but yeah, I guess Hide & Q should count

    I suppose either of you could go next :p
     
  17. Maxwell Everett

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    According to Data in "Relics," the interior surface area of the Dyson sphere is equivalent to roughly how many M-Class planets?

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    Totally unnecessary extra credit question:

    If the total enclosed volume of the Dyson sphere is 4.19 x 10^24 km^3 (4.19 septillion cubic kilometers), how many Earths would fit inside it?
     
  18. Satyrquaze

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    250 million planets

    Totally unnecessary extra credit question:

    Math is hard.
     
  19. Maxwell Everett

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    Correct!

    Totally unnecessary extra credit answer: 3,868,132,680,000 Earths (nearly 4 trillion)!
     
  20. Satyrquaze

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    ^ That's a lot of planets! I'm just starting a BS in Psy partly because math is not one of my strong suits.

    How many times and in which episodes was Geordi La Forge seemingly or believed killed over the course of TNG (including movies)?