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(Some of your) Favourite Episodes



  • Moderators, Computer Games Moderators Posts: 23,120 Mod ✭✭✭✭Kiith

    Leaving out the obvious ones (measure of a man, darmok, pale moonlight etc...), there are some of my favorites from TNG. Will do the others later :P

    Next Generation

    • A Matter of Honour, where Riker takes over as XO on the Klingon ship.
    • Q Who, where the Borg were introduced and really give them something to fear. Anything with Q is great, but this was very good.
    • Peak Performance, Riker vs Picard. Always good fun.
    • The Defector, always love a bit of Romulan duplicity, and this was their best. Plus, Picard vs Tomalak at the end.
    • The Wounded, rogue captain attacks the Cardassians, and O'Brien gets some proper screentime. Plus, his talk with the cardassian about Setlek 3 is fantastic - "It's not you i hate Cardassian...i hate what i became, because of you."
    • The Drumhead, political thriller trying to find an enemy that doesn't exist, and an admiral who picks a fight with Picard.
    • Chain of Command double espisode is fantastic as well. TNG did Cardassian episodes very well.
    • Tapestry, Picard's alternative life as shown by Q.
    • The Chase, if only for Picard and the Romulan Captains chat at the end of the episode.

  • Registered Users Posts: 25,251 ✭✭✭✭breezy1985

    Ah ya The Wounded good shout. Love anything with Cardassians in it. The "four lights" episode is amazing too.

  • Registered Users Posts: 3,820 ✭✭✭Rawr

    Just to add to Yesterday's Enterprise. I simply love the understated and implied hatred between Picard and Riker in that reality. The script and acting show there gave a very clear impression of two guys who simply can't work together anymore, probably due to Picard's draconian War-Captain style of command that had probably dominated his entire Starfleet career.

    They don't spell it out, but I love the fact that Yesterday's Enterprise appears to have landed us in the middle of some kind of argument between them and that their performances were just excellent. Proper quality Trek.

  • Registered Users Posts: 6,760 ✭✭✭Evade

    There's another possible reading on their relationship, Picard knows the war can't be won but Riker doesn't. With that in mind Picard might be leaning more towards keeping his crew relatively safe rather than going at every battle with everything they've got.

  • Registered Users Posts: 6,760 ✭✭✭Evade

    So I threw on Yesterday's Entrerprise because why not and there's a call to report to cetacean ops that I hadn't noticed before.

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