History Recap / StarTrekTheNextGenerationS3E15YesterdaysEnterprise

22nd Feb '16 6:40:03 AM Synch
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: And not even trying very hard. Guinan tries to talk Worf into seeking... [[YouNeedToGetLaid companionship]] from other members of the crew. Worf states that human women are far too fragile, and that he would require a Klingon woman for... [[InsistentTerminology companionship. ]]

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: And not even trying very hard. Guinan tries to talk Worf into seeking... [[YouNeedToGetLaid companionship]] from other members of the crew. Worf states that human women are [[DestructoNookie far too fragile, fragile]], and that he would require a Klingon woman for... [[InsistentTerminology companionship. ]]
13th Feb '16 4:48:36 PM katrinahood
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: If not for cost and time constraints, the writers originally planned for most of the TNG crew's deaths in the BadFuture to happen on-screen - Wesley would end up decapitated and Data would be electrocuted. Instead, only [[NumberTwo Riker]] is shown to die.
** The ''Enterprise''-C is based on a model originally conceived as a regular 'guest' Starfleet ship type that had been planned to be made for the pilot. It was also somewhat simplified from the original design for cost reasons, originally being sleeker.
17th Jan '16 10:12:31 AM Spotts1701
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* {{Blooper}}: In one of the most glaring bloopers of the series, the final scene set in the 'correct' universe features Geordi wearing the alternate timeline style uniform.



* GrowingTheBeard: One of the key episodes that made Season Three so memorable.



* HeyItsThatGuy: The surviving ''Enterprise''-C bridge officer, Lt. Castillo, is played by Christopher [=McDonald=]!



** There's also the interaction between Picard and Riker. Riker is not "Number One" in this timeline, but is "Commander", and on more than one occasion bluntly challenges Picard's decisions in front of the crew. Picard is noticeably more emotionally removed from the other officers, giving the atmosphere on the ship more of a tense feeling.

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** There's also the frosty interaction between Picard and Riker. Riker is not referred to as "Number One" in this timeline, but is "Commander", and on more than one occasion bluntly challenges Picard's decisions in front of the crew. Picard is noticeably more emotionally removed from the other officers, giving the atmosphere on the ship more of a tense feeling.
15th Dec '15 11:21:58 AM morenohijazo
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* ResetButtonSuicideMission: The Enterprise-D sacrifices itself to cover the return of the Enterprise-C back to its original time in order to prevent the alternate timeline it emerged into from occurring.
24th Oct '15 12:13:46 PM VicGeorge2011
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* WithAllDueRespect: Riker to Picard in regards to sending the ''Enterprise''-C back through time to correct the past that altered the present.
-->"With all due respect, Sir, you'd be asking 125 people to die a meaningless death."
16th Aug '15 1:33:06 PM StarTropes
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* MySignificanceSenseIsTingling: Guinan senses that something's wrong when the NegativeSpaceWedgie first appears, and it gets worse when the timeline changes. It also flares up whenever she's near Tasha, since she's supposed to be dead.
30th Apr '15 11:32:23 AM LuciaMoore
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* StatusQuoIsGod: Obviously done so we could have a cast we're familiar with, but given that the premise involves the prior 20 years of history to be drastically different, with the Federation entangled in a decades-long war, it's highly improbable that any of the original crew would have ended up on the Enterprise-D, and especially unlikely that more than one or, at most, two, would have. Instead, with the exception of Worf's swap with Yar (due to the Klingon war), and Troi, everyone else is not only stationed on the same exact ship, but also in their exact same positions.
1st Feb '15 10:27:23 AM TheUnsquished
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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: As noted above, in the teaser to this episode Guinan introduces Worf to the wonders of prune juice which he immediately dubs "Warrior's Drink". Prune Juice will remain his drink of choice all the way through his time on ''StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''.

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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: As noted above, in the teaser to this episode Guinan introduces Worf to the wonders of prune juice which he immediately dubs "Warrior's Drink". Prune Juice will remain his drink of choice all the way through his time on ''StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''.''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''.
30th Dec '14 7:17:05 AM Synch
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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: As noted above, in the teaser to this episode Guinan introduces Worf to the wonders of prune juice which he immediately dubs "Warrior's Drink". Prune Juice will remain his drink of choice all the way through his time on ''StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''.



* YourFavorite: As noted above, in the teaser to this episode Guinan introduces Worf to the wonders of prune juice which he immediately dubs 'Warrior's Drink". Prune Juice will remain his drink of choice all the way through his time on ''StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''.
22nd Nov '14 5:47:52 AM Spotts1701
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** There's also the interaction between Picard and Riker. Riker is not "Number One" in this timeline, but is "Commander", and on more than one occassion bluntly challenges Picard's decisions in front of the crew. Picard is noticeably more emotionally removed from the other officers, giving the atmosphere on the ship more of a tense feeling.

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** There's also the interaction between Picard and Riker. Riker is not "Number One" in this timeline, but is "Commander", and on more than one occassion occasion bluntly challenges Picard's decisions in front of the crew. Picard is noticeably more emotionally removed from the other officers, giving the atmosphere on the ship more of a tense feeling.



--> '''[[TheEngineer LaForge]]:''' "Coolant leak! Bridge, we have a coolant leak in the engine core! I can't shut it down, I estimate two minutes until a ''Warp Core Breach''!"

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--> '''[[TheEngineer LaForge]]:''' "Coolant leak! Bridge, we have we've got a coolant leak in the engine core! I can't shut it down, I estimate two minutes until a ''Warp Core Breach''!"
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