History SerieS / StarTrekTheNextGeneration

23rd Sep '16 3:19:41 AM foxley
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* CompletelyOffTopicReport: Picard tells about a speaker at a conference who went on at length about some engineering topic "not realizing that the topic was supposed to be psychology."
-->'''Picard''': Dr. Vassbinder gave an hour long dissertation on the ionization of warp nacelles before he realized that the topic was supposed to be psychology.
-->'''La Forge''': Why didn't anybody tell him?
-->'''Picard''': There was no opportunity. There was no pause. He just kept talking in one long incredibly unbroken sentence, moving from topic to topic so that no one had a chance to interrupt. It was really quite hypnotic.
16th Sep '16 1:46:40 AM Arivne
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* TrashcanBoonfire: Episode "The Vengeance Factor". While searching for the Gatherers, the Enterprise crew explores a facility with several barrels full of burning material.

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* TrashcanBoonfire: TrashcanBonfire: Episode "The Vengeance Factor". While searching for the Gatherers, the Enterprise crew explores a facility with several barrels full of burning material.
16th Sep '16 1:43:04 AM Arivne
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* SlidingScaleOfContinuity: The series generally operated at level 3 (Subtle Continuity). Most episodes focused on the Enterprise and it's crew discovering new planets and alien species, and solving the problem presented in each episode. However, a few of the episodes build up ForeShadowing elements that culminate in a bigger story arc later on.

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* SlidingScaleOfContinuity: The series generally operated at level 3 (Subtle Continuity). Most episodes focused on the Enterprise and it's its crew discovering new planets and alien species, and solving the problem presented in each episode. However, a few of the episodes build up ForeShadowing elements that culminate in a bigger story arc later on.
16th Sep '16 1:39:55 AM Arivne
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** "Yesterday's Enterprisse" highlighted the morality of both sending the Enterprise C back and whether any timeline is more valid than another.

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** "Yesterday's Enterprisse" Enterprise" highlighted the morality of both sending the Enterprise C back and whether any timeline is more valid than another.
16th Sep '16 1:36:14 AM Arivne
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* TrashcanBoonfire: Episode "The Vengeance Factor". While searching for the Gatherers, the Enterprise crew explores a facility with several barrels full of burning material.
5th Sep '16 6:31:06 PM Nentuaby
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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, 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, 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.
12th Aug '16 9:35:46 PM nombretomado
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** In "[=QPid=]", Q transforms the crew into characters from the RobinHood stories. Geordi is Alan A'Dale, and as a result gets a lute to play with. After a few minutes of tuneless strumming, Worf can't take it anymore, and gets up and smashes the instrument, then hands it back to Geordi, muttering, "Sorry." Much like [[Creator/JohnBelushi a certain]] [[AnimalHouse seven-year pre-med student]] did once.

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** In "[=QPid=]", Q transforms the crew into characters from the RobinHood stories. Geordi is Alan A'Dale, and as a result gets a lute to play with. After a few minutes of tuneless strumming, Worf can't take it anymore, and gets up and smashes the instrument, then hands it back to Geordi, muttering, "Sorry." Much like [[Creator/JohnBelushi a certain]] [[AnimalHouse [[Film/AnimalHouse seven-year pre-med student]] did once.
10th Aug '16 11:00:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* TimeTravelEpisode: There's "Time's Arrow", where the Enterprise find Data's centuries-old head lying in a cave in San Francisco in the 24th century. It turns out Data went back in time to the 19th century to follow two aliens and became TrappedInThePast.
2nd Aug '16 12:05:10 PM Morgenthaler
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** In The Nth Degree Barclay who has integrated his mind into the computer responds to an order from Picard with "I'm afraid I cant do that, sir," in a manner very reminiscent of [[TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey HAL9000.]]

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** In The Nth Degree Barclay who has integrated his mind into the computer responds to an order from Picard with "I'm afraid I cant do that, sir," in a manner very reminiscent of [[TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey [[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey HAL9000.]]
31st Jul '16 2:07:36 PM nombretomado
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* ComicBookAdaptation: DCComics published several series, including a crossover with Malibu Comics' ''Deep Space Nine'' title. Included in DC's run was an adaptation of the the TNG finale episode "All Good Things..." Later, MarvelComics ran a series before DC took the licence back for its Wildstorm imprint, and later IDW Publishing got the rights.

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* ComicBookAdaptation: DCComics Creator/DCComics published several series, including a crossover with Malibu Comics' ''Deep Space Nine'' title. Included in DC's run was an adaptation of the the TNG finale episode "All Good Things..." Later, MarvelComics ran a series before DC took the licence back for its Wildstorm imprint, and later IDW Publishing got the rights.
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