New answers tagged

9

Michael Piller Episode 3x01, Evolution Piller was called by one of the lead writers during Season 2 of TNG to write a few episodes; his first work, Evolution (the Opening of Season 3), and some subsequent episodes he wrote were appreciated so much that he eventually became one of the main writers and producers, not only in TNG but also in DS9 and VOY. Some ...


3

Yes In DS9 episode 1x07 "Q-Less", Q appears inside the Deep Space 9 station, where he interacts with various characters and is seen in Quark's Bar by the guests, especially during a fistfight with Benjamin Sisko. Besides being Deep Space 9 a station known to be frequented by members of many different species that can potentially have seen him or directly ...


25

This was in the film Star Trek: First Contact, not to be confused with an episode with a similar name. Holographic EMH medics don't exist in the TNG series because they were invented (by the writers) for the Voyager TV series. That being said, Doctor Crusher appeared in TNG in hologram form in TNG: Ship in a Bottle. In ...


0

In the episode Tin Man, the Enterprise is dispatched to Beta Stromgren to investigate a ship orbiting that star when it is about to go supernova. It turns out


2

It seems like Data was over-explaining what was happening in response to another captain describing the distortion as a hiccup. Seems like that specific “body function” was never made clear in the show itself. According to this transcript, this the entire context of the conversation in which Data attempted to make an analogy; bold emphasis in dialogue is ...


5

TNG S03E11 - (Data's Day) When Data feeds Spot feline supplement #74. Data sets the bowl on the floor and as soon as Spot starts eating the food. Look closely and you will see a fruit type fly crawling inside the bowl from left to right in an upward direction.


0

The Pakleds easily outwit and manipulate some of the most intelligent species in the universe with relative ease, demonstrating the fact they are in fact genius. In order to con, manipulate and outwit someone of high intellect, requires an even greater intellect and to achieve this, you fool people into underestimating you, they would make excellent poker ...


5

Strategema is not a no-win situation (to be fair, technically neither is the Maru); it is a competitive game of some sort. While the game is never explained in depth, the visuals make it look a little like Go, with territory control being key. However it also appears to be played in real time, and it appears that each finger controls some kind of input. ...


1

Because the series isn't about warfare. Essentially the Federation has no strict warships because the writers are not supposed to create arcs about war. IE the only reason that Deep Space Nine is set on a spacestation where other species come to it, why it had war arks, why it had Cisco, Qwark, and a ship wjich is small, doesn't look like thebEnterprise and ...


Top 50 recent answers are included