Discussion in 'The Next Generation' started by Gaius, Mar 19, 2012.
no problem, it's not like I knew the answer or anything. I had to cheat to find out =)
Gonna shoot with a Deanna episode, The Loss.
Thinking back, it almost seemed for a while that the Breen were basically the 'catch-all' species. Whenever someone was listing the various species that did this one thing (like being immune to the telepathic scans, using disruptors...) the Breen were always on those lists.
Thanks, and they were the catch all species. I would think that IF a new series is made in the Prime Universe, that the Breen could be a bigger part of it. A lot to explore. Is their world covered in glaciers, or rather tropical? What is their culture like? Are they really war like, xenophobic, genocidal or do they just want other species to stay away from them and be left in peace? But that can be another thread.
This should be easy.
What episode shows a section of the exterior of a Constitution Class starshp?
Best of Both Worlds part 2. But only before an ad break, it disappears when the shot is replayed after the ad break.
For me, the Breen in the DS9 relaunch novels (and beyond) is the perfect answer to all our questions, while still making them a fascinating culture.
(Easy) question: In what way is Ensign Ro treated differently than Lieutenant Worf when it comes to Starfleet regulations?
Never read them. Might have to. They on Kindle?
Worf is able to wear that thing, sash, over his uniform, while Ro was not allowed to wear her Bajoran ear ring.
^Perfect. You're up.
At the end of "Ensign Ro", Picard allowed her to put it back on.
In TNG who was Madeline, what was her job and what episodes did she appear in?
Dixon Hill's secretary. She was in "The Big Goodbye," and Manhunt. Also First Contact.
Not sure if she was in anything else.
She's in one more episode.
She was in Clues with Gloria. From... Cleveland.
You got it.
The actor who played the most different roles in trek first appeared in which episode of TNG?
"Heart of Glory"?
Yes! Unfortunately no bonus points for naming the actor!
Vaughn Armstrong as one of the Klingons. I wasn't sure if it was him or one of the other "many Trek roles guys", but I was pretty sure he was #1.
Which actor in the main cast had the most appearances in TNG as a species other than their usual role? (And what were they?)
I want to say Jonathon "Riker" Frakes.
Let's see: A Mintakan, a Bajoran, Malcorian... I'm sure there are more.
EDIT: Whatever the species was called in "Frame of Mind"... I'm sure he was disguised at least at the start of that one. Though I've never watched it all the way through.
He was also a Barkonian in Thine Own Self, but close enough for me.
(I don't think he was disguised in Frame of Mind, but I could be wrong.)
I completely forgot "Thine Own Self", and could be wrong about "Frame of Mind".
Which TNG episode did Doctor Who showrunner, Russell T. Davies never see, but the premise of which indirectly led him to write the DW episode "Midnight".
Separate names with a comma.