For those unfamiliar with the Bechdel Test, the name comes from this "Dykes to Watch Out For" strip, in which a character says that she only watches movies that meet three criteria: 1. It includes at least two women ... 2. Who have at least one conversation ... 3. About something besides a man. The TVTropes page linked above notes that failing the Bechdel Test does not make a work bad, nor does passing the test automatically mean the work is socially conscious or feminist in any way. But it is, nonetheless, interesting how many works fail the test when they would easily pass a gender-reversed equivalent. So how many Star Trek episodes would pass? Most of TOS, I'm guessing, would not, Uhura being the only female regular. TNG would fare slightly better, but not by much. Crusher and Troi do have scenes together, but often they involve dishing about the men they're involved with (say Devononi Ral, Ambassador Odan or Grandma Howard's ghost lover). The scene in "Thine Own Self" where Troi asks Crusher why she took the test to become a full commander definitely counts, and the Crusher-Guinan conversations in "Suspicions" likely do as well (yes, they're about the murdered male Ferengi, but they're really more about the investigation than about Crusher's relationship to anybody). There are also some Crusher/Ogawa scenes that would count. I have to imagine most DS9 episodes would pass, since Kira and Dax are so much more prominent than Crusher and Troi. At the moment, no specific scenes come to mind, but I just don't know DS9 quite as well. Most Voyager episodes would pass easily, with Janeway, Torres, Kes and Seven routinely having conversations about a wide variety of things. Enterprise, probably not for the most part ... I can't remember a whole lot of T'Pol/Hoshi interaction.