History SerieS / StarTrekTheNextGeneration

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]]...]]
31st Aug '17 11:08:36 PM superkeijikun
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** "The Mind's Eye" has a variation of this that finds Geordi on the receiving end at the hands of Romulans who condition him to be mind-controlled via his VISOR implants, starting with forcing him to see horrible atrocities to break his mind.
31st Aug '17 10:57:44 AM superkeijikun
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* ExactWords: In "Tapestry", Q promised Picard that is he was allowed to go back in time to change the outcome of his ill-fated bar brawl with Naussicaans that no one would have to die, and he alone would bear the consequences for his changes. Turns out, Q was right; by preventing the bar brawl, Picard never got stabbed, and no one died. Making this change, however, condemns him to life as a lowly junior lieutenant.



** Data also misuses the word ‘obviates’ (removes [a need or a difficulty]; avoids, prevents) as ‘makes obvious’ in the very same poem.

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** Data also misuses the word ‘obviates’ (removes [a need or a difficulty]; avoids, prevents) as ‘makes ‘makes obvious’ in the very same poem.
31st Aug '17 10:21:43 AM superkeijikun
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* DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: Normal operating procedure when dealing with Q seems to be to regard him as an annoying neighbor. Sometimes, [[DoNotTauntCthulhu this works out poorly]].
29th Aug '17 5:43:07 PM nombretomado
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** "A Fistful of Datas" should be [[AFistfulOfDollars pretty self-explanatory]]. The episode also borrows from ''{{Shane}}'' (which director Patrick Stewart watched to get a feel for westerns) and ''Film/{{Westworld}}'' (wherein the holographic outlaws take the form of Data, giving each of them android-level strength and agility).

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** "A Fistful of Datas" should be [[AFistfulOfDollars [[Film/AFistfulOfDollars pretty self-explanatory]]. The episode also borrows from ''{{Shane}}'' (which director Patrick Stewart watched to get a feel for westerns) and ''Film/{{Westworld}}'' (wherein the holographic outlaws take the form of Data, giving each of them android-level strength and agility).
29th Aug '17 7:18:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* OrderliesAreCreeps: In "Frame of Mind", Riker wakes up in an alien asylum where he is a patient and told that [[CuckooNest the Enterprise is an elaborate fantasy his mind created]] to cover up the truth about an extremely violent murder he committed. The burly orderly who supervises him doesn't have enough sense to not openly taunt the potentially psychotic person about this. Of course, this causes Riker to [[BigNo freak out]] and lash out at him before being sedated.
29th Aug '17 4:19:38 AM Morgenthaler
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* MotherlyScientist: Dr. Noonien Soong is the roboticist who created the androids Data and his brother Lore (in his own image, by the way) and regards himself as a father to both of them. A later episode reveals that he had a wife, Juliana, who helped him in his experiments as well as considered herself Data's mother, so they pretty much form a full nuclear family unit.
24th Aug '17 6:03:54 PM superkeijikun
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* WitchHunt: "The Drumhead" centers on a witch hunt against a Starfleet member whose grandfather was Romulan. When Picard speaks in the defense of the accused, the accusers turn their attention to him.

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* WitchHunt: "The Drumhead" centers on a witch hunt against a Starfleet member whose grandfather was Romulan. When Picard speaks in the defense of the accused, the accusers turn their attention to him.him, bring up when he accidentally handed a Romulan spy over to enemy forces ([[CallBack the events of "Data's Day"]]) and his short-lived assimilation into the Borg to question his loyalty.
24th Aug '17 6:02:39 PM superkeijikun
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* WitchHunt: "The Drumhead" centers on a witch hunt against a Starfleet member whose grandfather was Romulan. When Picard speaks in the defense of the accused, the accusers turn their attention to him.
18th Aug '17 10:19:05 PM superkeijikun
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* SpeedEchoes: The "Picard Maneuver", wherein a ship performs a short-range warp jump directly in front of an enemy vessel, is an example. For a brief moment, the ship appears to be in two locations simultaneously: its location before the warp jump and its location after. Ships with low-grade sensors, such as the Ferengi vessel Picard was facing off against when he first used the maneuver, may also erroneously register the ship performing the maneuver in two locations, rendering them vulnerable to attack.
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