The Enterprise is frozen in time on the brink of total annihilation, and Picard must figure out how to rescue it without destroying it.
Returning to the site of an eight-year-old mission, Riker encounters an identical double of himself, who tries to rekindle a relationship with Troi.
Worf finds his faith sorely tested when it appears that the greatest Klingon warrior of all time has returned from the dead to reclaim the empire.
Beverly risks her career to solve the murder of a pioneering Ferengi scientist.
Trapped in an alien mental hospital, with little memory of the past, Riker is convinced he is going insane.
Picard finds himself in a race with Cardassians, Klingons and Romulans to solve a four-billion-year old genetic puzzle.
Picard is torn between love and duty when he is forced to send the woman he loves on a potentially deadly mission.
While the Enterprise is bombarded with lethal rays, Picard is trapped on board with a band of interstellar thieves.
After Picard loses his life in a surprise attack, Q gives him the chance to change his destiny.
Forced to impersonate a Romulan Intelligence official, Counselor Troi becomes a pivotal part of an elaborate defection scheme.
Geordi falls in love with an alien lieutenant, who is a murder suspect in a bizarre struggle.
A conniving character from Sherlock Holmes takes control of a holodeck fantasy and traps the senior staff inside of it.
Geordi is assigned to survey the station core of a new mining development with Dr. Farallon, the scientist who is developing the technology.
A Holodeck fantasy goes awry, sending Worf and his son into a Wild West showdown with a villain who's a dead ringer for Data.
A bizarre molecular mishap throws the ship into turmoil when Picard and three other staff members are turned into children.
When an honor student in the medical field is assigned to the Enterprise in an internship manner, she begins to demonstrate powers of the Q, prompting you-know-who to show up.
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