tl;dr: There are at least 6, up to 9 depending how you count:
1x03 "Lord Snow"
2x08 "The Prince of Winterfell"
3x01 "Valar Dohaeris"
3x02 "Dark Wings, Dark Words"
3x07 "The Bear and the Maiden Fair"
8x02 "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms"
6x07 "The Broken Man" (nothing fitting my arbitrary rules below, see description further on.)
I believe you're thinking of this scene:
It comes from "Deadpool, Merc With A Mouth #5"
In Deadpool's defense, the guy was a member of AIM, generally considered a terrorist organization of evil scientists and engineers. It wasn't like he was a random innocent guy off the street. And, I mean, fine, he's evil... but if he can't have morals, and can't have ...
This is a Star Trek: Original Series episode:
A Taste of Armageddon
In the episode, the crew of the USS Enterprise visits a planet whose people fight a computer-simulated war against a neighboring planet. Although the war is fought via computer simulation, the citizens of each planet have to submit to real executions inside "disintegration booths" to ...
My best guess is "Skin of Evil" (S01E23), in which Riker gets absorbed by what could be described compactly as a sludge monster and is later spat out covered in Metamucil and printer ink. While the monster isn't destroyed, melted, or even harmed by phaser fire, I'm quite certain that at some point he responds to phaser fire by "melting down" into a less ...
I believe this was an episode of DS9. O'Brien was the prisoner, the episode was called "Hard Time":
Convicted of espionage, Miles O'Brien is given the memories of twenty years in prison in a matter of hours. Returning to DS9, O'Brien finds he cannot shrug the memory of his awful experience or rid himself of the guilt he feels over the death of his ...
Real episode. This happened in the episode "Phantasms" (Star Trek: The Next Generation).
In engineering, Data sees dream imagery while he's awake. He sees a 'mouth' on Geordi's neck, and the engineering tool he holds looks like the knife with which he cut the 'cellular-peptide cake'. He hears the telephone ringing again and Riker appears with a straw in ...
This sounds like "Brief Candle", from Stargate SG1. wiki
On a visit to Argos, SG-1 discover that a Goa'uld, Pelops, engineered the Argosian race to live for only 100 days. Colonel Jack O'Neill is inadvertently infected with the nanites that cause their rapid aging and grows older by the day, while the team try to stop the process before it is too late. ...
The first two lines should be pretty obvious; Kirk is the captain, and can definitely hold his own in a fight.
The third line is a reference to "The City on the Edge of Forever", which involved Kirk, Spock, and McCoy travelling back in time to 19301. Joan Collins guest-starred as Edith Keeler, a woman of the time who Kirk falls in love with. Although it won'...
From KnowYourMeme.com, emphasis mine:
One of the most popular facepalm images is one of Captain Jean-Luc Picard from Star Trek the Next Generation taken from the episode “Deja Q,” in which Picard is shown reacting to a stressful situation
(This was the first result for googling Picard facepalm btw.)
"Deja Q" is the 13th episode of the ...
This is from "The Enemy Within", episode 5 of season 1 of Star Trek: The Original Series. The creature is never named in the episode, although the planet they found it on is stated to be Alpha 177, so Memory Alpha calls it the "Alfa 177 Canine".
Here's a screenshot from the same episode with Kirk holding the same creature:
Technically, your screenshot ...
It's from "Timescape" (Season 6 Episode 25). The main plot of the episode involves the Enterprise and a Romulan ship being stuck in a temporal causality whatchamacallit.
Troi is doing an impression of someone from a Starfleet conference. The frame capture in question has her in the midst of an exaggerated wink.
"Hello, Dianne, I understand you're an ...
The episode you're thinking of is from Star Trek: Voyager and is called Emanations.
Excerpt from Act 1:
Chakotay reports that they have discovered eighteen bodies on the
asteroid – eleven male, seven female. The bodies are in various stages
of decomposition, some have been there for years, others just a few
Excerpt from Act 2:
Kim learns ...
The episode you're thinking of is called "The Doctor's Wife".
In this episode the TARDIS' energy is placed into a body of a female named Idris by a sentient planetoid (named House) that wants to leave the pocket universe it lives in. In the past it has lured other Timelords to itself and consumed them. Using a Timelord distress signal it lures our Doctor to ...
"Court Martial" (TOS 1x15)
Kirk is facing a court martial. In his defense, the Enterprise crew are trying to find someone hiding aboard the ship.
From the transcript:
KIRK: Gentlemen, this computer has an auditory sensor. It can, in effect, hear sounds. By installing a booster, we can increase that capability on the order of one to the fourth power. ...
I was just looking over the transcript for Star Trek Generations and noticed this exchange between Picard and Data.
PICARD: Data, give me a list of anything that was affected by the star's destruction, no matter how insignificant.
DATA: Sorry sir. It will take the computer a few moments to compile the information.
So that is ...
You're referring to TNG "Half a Life".
""Half a Life" is the 96th episode of the science fiction television
series Star Trek: The Next Generation and the 22nd episode of the
Lwaxana Troi falls in love with Timicin, a scientist who is
participating in an experiment to test his theories of stellar
This is probably the Outer Limits episode "Trial By Fire"
From the Wikipedia synopsis:
En route to his Inauguration Ball, newly sworn-in President Charles Halsey, his campaign slogan "Let me be your friend", is diverted to a nuclear bunker and is greeted by his predecessor's staff including Junior Science Advisor Janet Preston; National Security Advisor ...
You are looking for Fizzbin, which was made up by Kirk in the Star Trek: TOS episode A Piece of the Action (1968).
KIRK: Fizzbin. It's not too difficult. (begins dealing) Each player gets six cards, except for the player on the dealer's right, who gets seven.
KALO: On the right.
KIRK: Yes. The second card is turned up, except on Tuesdays.
KALO: On ...
This is probably the 1996 Doctor Who movie.
This is the only episode filmed in Canada (source Wikipedia)
"On the evening of 30 December 1999, Grace was attending the opera when she was paged. She rushed to the hospital to deal with an unusual cardiac case that had come in — the Seventh Doctor, who had suffered minor bullet wounds and who apparently had a ...
This is the primary plot of "Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe", a four-comic what-if 'killogy' event from 2011-2012. The official Marvel.com site has this to say;
"What if everthing you thought was funny about Deadpool…was actually
just disturbing? • What if he decided to kill everyone and
everything that makes up the Marvel Universe? • What if he ...
There aren't many options for where these scenes could have been taken from, so it's fairly easy to narrow down. In order of the images in the question:
It's a lousy picture, but the line clearly identifies the first picture as the Seventh Doctor, from "Remembrance of the Daleks". The line is one of my personal favourites from the whole show (the bit in The ...
A quick search brought up Batman #686 ("Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader? (Part 1 of 2): The Beginning of the End") from February 2009, set in an alternate version of Gotham City. It is revealed that
Alfred is recounting the tale of Batman's beginning, which was not successful. It turns out that
I think you might have confused two or more episodes. The episode Home Soil (s 1, ep17) involves the Enterprise visiting a planet believed to be completely devoid of life, except for a Federation terraforming base. The base has been experiencing mysterious & fatal accidents.
The crew eventually discovers that life is present- but not organic life as we ...
That would be "The Ensigns of Command" (S03E02, 1989), the "some species" would be the Sheliak, and Picard's proposed mediators were the Grizzelas (who happened to be hibernating at the time and wouldn't awaken for six months).
You are correct, it is The Measure of a Man. Data is being asked to submit to a dangerous procedure for the benefit of Starfleet, and questions why biological beings are not subjected to this.
From http://www.st-minutiae.com/academy/literature329/135.txt. Note: the final conversation (as shown in @PeterSabers answer) differs slightly from the original ...