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Most TV episodes, and it seems so for TNG too, are written by existing writing staff, or come from freelance screenplays whose writers rarely, if ever contribute to the show again. Occasionally an outsider submits a script that makes enough of an impression to lead to the writer being hired as regular writing staff.

Two examples are The Bonding which lead to the beginning of Ronald D. Moore's career, and The Measure Of A Man, whose writer Melinda M. Snodgrass became a writer and story editor for the show.

Which episodes are there?

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    This question came on the Close Vote review and was flagged as "off-topic". I am voting to Leave Open as this question is about an on-topic work, and questions about fandom and behind-the-scenes are on-topic. – Skooba Nov 15 '16 at 13:17

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