History SerieS / StarTrekTheNextGeneration

8th Dec '17 7:38:31 PM TomWalpertac2
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** Klingon Worf was taken in and lovingly raised by Sergey and Helena Rozhenko, a human couple. Later on, the Rozhenkos also took in their primarily Klingon grandson, Alexander, when Worf decided that being a single father aboard the Enterprise would be too difficult for him to handle.

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** Klingon Worf was taken in and lovingly raised by Sergey and Helena Rozhenko, a human couple. Later on, the Rozhenkos also took in their primarily (3/4) Klingon grandson, Alexander, when Worf decided that being a single father aboard the Enterprise would be too difficult for him to handle.



* LaserGuidedAmnesia: In "Clues", the crew wakes up after losing consciousness for 45 minutes. [[spoiler:It turns out they lost quite a bit more, and were deliberately given amnesia to hide the existence of a xenophobic race.

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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: In "Clues", the crew wakes up after losing consciousness for 45 minutes. [[spoiler:It turns out they lost quite a bit more, and were deliberately given amnesia to hide the existence of a xenophobic race.]]
4th Dec '17 9:31:49 AM Unicorndance
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* OneEpisodeFear: In "Realm of Fear", Reg Barclay comes to terms with and eventually drops his fear of transporters that apparently he's always had. Despite being a bit of a LovableCoward, we'd never seen him be afraid of transporters before because the only time we'd seen him beamed before, he was unconscious.
27th Nov '17 10:35:09 AM SpaceDrake
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After struggling for a few seasons trying to establish itself apart from [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries the Original Series]], it exploded into one of the most well-respected television shows ever made, partially because of a change in direction (its creator had health problems starting around season two of the show's run leading to co-producer Rick Berman taking over most of the show's daily production and his promotion to executive producer during season three) and an increased willingness to experiment with the format and scope of the show, and science fiction as a whole. At 176 episodes in length, it was the longest running Star Trek series at the time[[note]]It was equaled by two of the three series to follow it, but has not been surpassed.[[/note]], and won many awards for everything from visual effects to writing. Additionally, the series has proved wildly popular in [[ReRun Syndication]], despite having broadcast its final episode in ''1994''. To date, in the U.S. alone, it has been broadcast on no fewer than five different cable / satellite networks: G4, Creator/SpikeTV, Creator/SyFy, Creator/WGNAmerica and [[Creator/TheBBC BBC America]]. Three of these networks, [=SyFy=], WGN America & BBC America still regularly air episodes of the program, sometimes against each other in primetime.

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After struggling for a few seasons trying to establish itself apart from [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries the Original Series]], it exploded into one of the most well-respected television shows ever made, partially because of a change in direction (its creator had health problems starting around season two of the show's run leading to co-producer Rick Berman taking over most of the show's daily production and his promotion to executive producer during season three) and an increased willingness to experiment with the format and scope of the show, and science fiction as a whole. At 176 episodes in length, it was the longest running Star Trek series at the time[[note]]It was equaled by two of the three series to follow it, but has not been surpassed.[[/note]], and won many awards for everything from visual effects to writing. Additionally, the series has proved wildly popular in [[ReRun Syndication]], despite having broadcast its final episode in ''1994''. To date, in the U.S. alone, it has been broadcast on no fewer than five different cable / satellite networks: G4, Creator/SpikeTV, Creator/SyFy, Creator/WGNAmerica and [[Creator/TheBBC BBC America]]. Three of these networks, [=SyFy=], WGN America & BBC America still regularly air episodes of the program, sometimes against each other in primetime.
primetime. It also remains a near-pillar of {{Creator/Netflix}}.
1st Nov '17 3:36:42 PM Deadlock
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-->'''Data''': One is my name, the other is not.



* RecordedSplicedConversation: In the episode "The Naked Now", Wesley has created a device that can splice together sound bytes that he's recorded from the ships comm system. He uses it to create recordings of Picard "ordering" the Chief and Assistant Chief Engineers away from Main Engineering.

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* RecordedSplicedConversation: In the episode "The Naked Now", Wesley has created a device that can splice together sound bytes bites that he's recorded from the ships comm system. He uses it to create recordings of Picard "ordering" the Chief and Assistant Chief Engineers away from Main Engineering.
9th Oct '17 11:51:35 PM Dingbot
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* AmnesiacCostumeIdentity: In the episode "Conundrum", After an alien ship scans the Enterprise, all of the crew members develop amnesia. Worf assumes that he's the captain because he's wearing his decorated Klingon sash.

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* AmnesiacCostumeIdentity: In the episode "Conundrum", After after an alien ship scans the Enterprise, all of the crew members develop amnesia. Worf assumes that he's the captain because he's wearing his decorated Klingon sash.
1st Oct '17 4:27:36 PM foxley
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* ActingUnnatural: In "Unification: Part I", Picard and Data travel to Romulus disguised as Romulans. The owner of a diner immediately pegs them as outsiders -- however, she assumes that they're members of the StateSec (later named the Tal Shiar in "Face of the Enemy"), rather than foreign agents and says their soup is on the house, "courtesy of a loyal establishment."
30th Sep '17 3:43:49 AM Piterpicher
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* SequelEpisode: "The Naked Now" is a direct sequel to TOS' "The Naked Time". (Surely the oddest request anyone has ever given Data is to look through all known records for an instance of Starfleet officers showering in their clothing.) GeorgeTakei [[PretenderDiss wasn't too impressed]] with this one; his opinion of the episode is one you should seek out. Funnily [=DS9=] also had a stab at this sort of episode ("Fascination") and it wasn't too hot, either.

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* SequelEpisode: "The Naked Now" is a direct sequel to TOS' "The Naked Time". (Surely the oddest request anyone has ever given Data is to look through all known records for an instance of Starfleet officers showering in their clothing.) GeorgeTakei Creator/GeorgeTakei [[PretenderDiss wasn't too impressed]] with this one; his opinion of the episode is one you should seek out. Funnily [=DS9=] also had a stab at this sort of episode ("Fascination") and it wasn't too hot, either.
29th Sep '17 6:45:40 AM AzureOwl
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* RealityIsUnrealistic: The fighting style used in the series of striking with open palms and the base of the hand is often mocked as ridiculous and unrealistic by audiences. However striking in this manner is widely recommended in self-defense training as it minimizes the chances of breaking one's own hand when hitting someone's face.
21st Sep '17 12:45:18 PM bitemytail
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* RecordedSplicedConversation: In the episode "The Naked Now", Wesley has created a device that can splice together sound bytes that he's recorded from the ships comm system. He uses it to create recordings of Picard "ordering" the Chief and Assistant Chief Engineers away from Main Engineering.
1st Sep '17 10:44:37 AM superkeijikun
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** "Decent: Part 1": Data begins to feel emotions after coming across a splinter group of Borg who exhibit individuality. Data becomes so addicted to the feelings of anger and pleasure he felt when killing one Borg that he is coaxed by another Borg into meeting "The One", the splinter group's leader. [[spoiler:That leader is revealed to be none other than Lore, Data's PsychoPrototype brother, [[FaceHeelTurn whom Data has joined]]...]]
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