Déjà Q
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Episode:  61     Airdate:  February 5, 1990
A Matter of Perspective
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Episode:  62     Airdate:  February 12, 1990
Yesterday's Enterprise
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Episode:  63     Airdate:  February 19, 1990
The Offspring
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Episode:  64     Airdate:  March 12, 1990

Catalog Number 15695-4
Running Time 184 minutes
Issued July 2, 2002
Languages / Channels English 5.1
English 2.0
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Déjà Q
Directed by Les Landau
Written by Richard Danus
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring Patrick Stewart
Jonathan Frakes
Also Starring LeVar Burton
Michael Dorn
Gates McFadden
Marina Sirtis
Brent Spiner
Wil Wheaton
Guest Stars John de Lancie
Corbin Bernsen and
Whoopi Goldberg as Guinan
Stardate 43539.1
While orbiting the planet Bre'el Four to investigate the potential dangers of a descending asteroidal moon, the Enterprise receives an unexpected visit from an old nemesis, the mischievous and omnipotent Q (John de Lancie). When Picard (Patrick Stewart) accuses Q of altering the moon's orbit, Q claims innocence, asserting that he has been cast out of the Continuum and stripped of all his powers.

Picard assigns Data (Brent Spiner) to keep an eye on Q while the crew struggles to correct the moon's orbit. Danger suddenly appears as a gas-like form permeates the ship and begins to attack Q. Is Q hiding a secret that could spell destruction for Bre'el Four and the crew of the Enterprise?


A Matter of Perspective
Directed by Cliff Bole
Written by Ed Zuckerman
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring Patrick Stewart
Jonathan Frakes
Also Starring LeVar Burton
Michael Dorn
Gates McFadden
Marina Sirtis
Brent Spiner
Wil Wheaton
Stardate 43610.4
Following a visit to the Tangua Four science station, Commander Riker (Jonathan Frakes) beams aboard the Enterprise moments before an explosion kills Dr. Apgar (Mark Margolis), the director of the research facility. A short time later, the Enterprise crew is stunned when Tanugan Chief Investigator Krag (Craig Richard Nelson) arrives to take Riker into custody. The charge: murder.

Refusing to release Riker without sufficient evidence, Picard (Patrick Stewart) proposes a trial. In order to recreate the events leading up to the explosion, the holodeck is programmed with entries from Apgars journal and the testimonies of Riker, Apgar's wife Manua (Gina Hecht), and Apgar's assistant. Contrary to Riker's story, the other accounts assert that the commander threatened Apgar and tried to seduce Manua. Unless the crew can uncover new evidence, Riker will be transported from the Enterprise - for the very last time.


Yesterday's Enterprise
Directed by David Carson
Teleplay by Ira Steven Behr, Richard Manning, Hans Beimler and Ronald D. Moore
From a Story by Christopher Ganino & Eric A. Stillwell
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring Patrick Stewart
Jonathan Frakes
Also Starring LeVar Burton
Michael Dorn
Gates McFadden
Marina Sirtis
Brent Spiner
Wil Wheaton
Guest Stars Denise Crosby
Christopher McDonald
Tricia O'Neil
Whoopi Goldberg as Guinan
Stardate 43625.2
The Enterprise discovers a rift in space that reveals a familiar-looking starship - its predecessor, the U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-C, believed to have been destroyed in battle over twenty years ago! The ship's captain (Tricia O'Neil) tells Picard (Patrick Stewart) that the Enterprise-C was under attack from four Romulan Warbirds when it broke through the rift. But Guinan (Whoopi Goldberg) is bothered by things she can't explain: why the Federation is presently engaged in a bloody and senseless war with the Klingon Empire, and why she doesn't seem to know her ship's security chief, Tasha Yar (Denise Crosby). Convinced that the space rift has changed the course of history, Guinan pleads with Picard to send the Enterprise-C back through the rift to face its destiny.

But will Picard give such an order, knowing that it will result in the destruction of the Enterprise-C and it's crew?


The Offspring
Directed by Jonathan Frakes
Written by René Echevarria
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring Patrick Stewart
Jonathan Frakes
Also Starring LeVar Burton
Michael Dorn
Gates McFadden
Marina Sirtis
Brent Spiner
Wil Wheaton
Guest Stars Hallie Todd
Nicholas Costner
Whoopi Goldberg as Guinan
Stardate 43657.0
Data (Brent Spiner) surprises the Enterprise crew when he reveals his research project - Lal (Hallie Todd), an android he has personally built and programmed. Picard (Patrick Stewart) is concerned about Starfleet's reaction to Lal, but nonetheless permits Data to continue his study.

After choosing the appearance of a human female, Lal is given a job in Ten Forward where she can interact with many different people. But Las's future prospects dim when Starfleet's Admiral Haftel (Nicolas Costner) beams aboard. Haftel wants to transfer Lal to a Federation research station so she can be more closely monitored. Picard argues that Lal should remain with Data, whom Lal regards as her father. But no one recognizes that Lal's android makeup contains one fatal flaw: human emotion, which is slowly destroying her.


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