The Masterpiece Society
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Episode:  113     Airdate:  February 10, 1992
Conundrum
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Episode:  114     Airdate:  February 17, 1992
Power Play
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Episode:  115     Airdate:  February 24, 1992
Ethics
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Episode:  116     Airdate:  March 2, 1992

Catalog Number 08134-4
Running Time 184 minutes
Issued November 5, 2002
Languages / Channels English 5.1
English 2.0
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The Masterpiece Society
Directed by Winrich Kolbe
Teleplay by Adam Belanoff and Michael Piller
Story by James Kahn and Adam Belanoff
Executive Producers Michael Piller & Gene Roddenberry &
Rick Berman
Starring Patrick Stewart
Jonathan Frakes
Also Starring LeVar Burton
Michael Dorn
Gates McFadden
Marina Sirtis
Brent Spiner
Stardate 45470.1
While monitoring a destructive stellar fragment, the Enterprise discovers a human colony on Moab IV. Picard (Patrick Stewart) offers to evacuate the people, but the colony's leader, Aaron Conor (John Snyder), fears that it would destroy their genetically engineered society.

In search of an alternate solution, Conor allows an Away Team, the first visitors of any kind, to transport to the surface. Colony Scientist Hannah Bates (Dey Young) is assigned to work with Geordi (LeVar Burton), while Counselor Troi (Marina Sirtis) becomes fascinated by Conor and his perfect society.

Ultimately, Hannah and Geordi devise a plan to save the colony, but meeting the crew has altered the colonists' world forever and now they are faced with an even greater problem - some of them want to leave!


Conundrum
Directed by Les Landau
Teleplay by Barry M. Schkolnick
Story by Paul Schiffer
Executive Producers Michael Piller & Gene Roddenberry &
Rick Berman
Starring Patrick Stewart
Jonathan Frakes
Also Starring LeVar Burton
Michael Dorn
Gates McFadden
Marina Sirtis
Brent Spiner
Stardate 45494.2
After an unidentified alien ship scans the Enterprise, everyone on board suffers from amnesia. Although none of the crew can remember who they are, they still possess the skill to operate the ship.

According to the computer, a Commander Keiran MacDuff (Erich Anderson) is now second-in-command and the federation is at war with the Lysians. The Enterprise has been ordered to destroy the Lysian command center and maintain radio silence throughout the mission.

After obliterating a technologically inferior Lysian ship, Picard (Patrick Stewart) doubts his orders and searches for a way to restore the crew's memories. As they close in on their target, the crew must solve one of their most perplexing puzzles before they are tricked into destroying innocent lives.


Power Play
Directed by David Livingston
Teleplay by Rene Balcer, Herbert J. Wright & Brannon Braga
Story by Paul Ruben and Maurice Hurley
Executive Producers Gene Roddenberry, Rick Berman & Michael Piller
Starring Patrick Stewart
Jonathan Frakes
Also Starring LeVar Burton
Michael Dorn
Gates McFadden
Marina Sirtis
Brent Spiner
Stardate 45571.2
Responding to a distress signal from a long-lost starship, an Away Team crash lands on an uninhabited moon. Commander Riker (Jonathan Frakes) is injured and Chief O'Brien (Colm Meaney) races to rescue the Team before they're overcome by a mysterious electro-magnetic storm.

Back on the Enterprise, Data (Brent Spiner), Troi (Marina Sirtis) and O'Brien insist on surveying the moon's polar region. When questioned, they stage a violent revolt, take hostages and commandeer the Enterprise.

Later, Dr. Crusher (Gates McFadden) determines that the mutineers are possessed by powerful entities. The leader of the trio, who occupies Troi's body, claims to be Captain Bryce Shumar of the Starship Essexa which disappeared over 200 years ago. In a desperate power play, Picard (Patrick Stewart) must put his life on the line to regain control of the ship.


Ethics
Directed by Chip Chalmers
Teleplay by Ronald D. Moore
Story by Sara Charno and Stuart Charno
Executive Producers Gene Roddenberry, Rick Berman & Michael Piller
Starring Patrick Stewart
Jonathan Frakes
Also Starring LeVar Burton
Michael Dorn
Gates McFadden
Marina Sirtis
Brent Spiner
Stardate 45587.3
Lt. Worf (Michael Dorn) is removed from active duty after a severe injury leaves him paralyzed from the waist down. Although a neuro-geneticist is called in to examine Worf, Dr. Crusher (Gates McFadden) believes the paralysis will be permanent. Convinced that no Klingon should live as an object of pity or shame, Worf asks Riker (Jonathan Frakes) to assist in his ceremonial suicide.

Against Dr. Crusher's wishes, the neuro-geneticist tells Worf about a dangerous experimental surgery that could fully restore his mobility - but could also kill him. While the two physicians argue over the ethics of such a procedure, Riker reminds Worf that Klingon tradition demands that Worf's son Alexander must assist in the suicide ceremony. With no other options, Worf agrees to the surgery. Will he survive?


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