Imprisoned and telepathically joined by an alien race, Picard and Beverly are forced to face the feelings they have always had for each other.
A gifted young intern learns of her true heritage and must face the question, “To Q or not to Q?”
Picard's quest to save an endangered planet leads him to violate a Prime Directive when he seeks advice from a visitor from the future.
Picard suspects a high-level Federation conspiracy when the crew is ordered to locate the terrorist leader of a renegade race.
Trapped in a rift in space, the crew of the Enterprise is plagued by unexplained paranoia and hallucinations.
Wesley's experiment with warp fields result in the mysterious disappearance of the crew.
When the ship's archeologist is killed on a mission led by Worf, the Klingon feels responsible for the son she left behind.
The crew is hurled into the future by the malevolent Q, who sets them up for destruction by a race of half-human, half-robot aliens known as the Borgs.
While traveling to a meeting with the hostile Romulans, the crew discovers a ship containing three frozen Americans from the 20th century.
Captain Picard and Commander Riker travel to Earth to Investigate a conspiracy In the highest ranks of Starfleet command.
Captain Picard is unexpectedly reunited with his first love in the midst of an investigation into lethal time warp experiments.
A rescue mission turns to tragedy when one of the Enterprise officers is killed by an evil alien.
The Enterprise is caught in the middle when two alien races wage a bitter battle over cargo which one of them needs for survival.
Picard and the away team fight for their lives on a planet run by a computerized weapons system.
Lt. Worf is torn between his loyalty to the Enterprise and his fierce Klingon heritage when two Klingon fugitives take over the ship.
While Wesley endures the grueling Starfleet Academy entrance exam, Captain Picard faces an investigation into his competency as a commander.
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