In the first installment of the series finale, Captain Picard discovers that he is hopping between three different time periods: his first year on the Enterprise, far into his retirement, and the present as he knows it. He must discover why he is no longer temporally stable and whether his temporal adventures have anything to do with the spatial anomaly located in the Devron System.
Tensions continue to escalate in the Federation/Cardassian Neutral Zone, and the Maquis has begun engaging the Cardassians in open battle. Admiral Nechayev wants Picard to address the issue, and they both turn to Ro Laren. However, faced with a situation that dredges up ghosts from her past, Ro must choose between following her conscience and following her loyalty to Picard. This week on TNG Rewatch: “Preemptive Strike.”
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Struggling with Alexander’s refusal to undergo the Rite of Ascension, Worf takes Alexander to a Klingon outpost where an assassination attempt brings him into contact with a man who seems a little too familiar. He warns of a plot, sending the Enterprise on a scavenger hunt, while on the home front, K’mtar has ideas for Alexander’s future. This week on TNG Rewatch: “First Born.”
Starfleet deploys the Enterprise to Dorvan V so that they can remove a group of colonists pending the planet’s handover to the Cardassians. The colonists refuse to be relocated, and Anthwara, the tribal leader, informs Picard that the must atone for his ancestor’s sins against Anthwara’s people. Picard must somehow negotiate a resolution to this dilemma before the Cardassians arrive, and the Federation finds itself in violation of the treaty. This week, on TNG Rewatch: “Journey’s End.”
Data and Picard leave the Enterprise to go retrieve a photon torpedo and return to find their crew mysteriously missing and bizarre creatures in their places. Data must rush to save his crew as Captain Picard begins to lose his grip on his cognitive function. This week on TNG Rewatch, a guest blogger digs into “Genesis.”
The Enterprise encounters a strange comet that shouldn’t be where it is. Data starts sculpting things he should never have seen, and the ship starts transforming into shapes it should not be able to replicate. This week on TNG Rewatch: “Masks”.
Data’s mission on Barkon IV goes horribly awry, forcing an amnesiac Data to make contact with a pre-industrial civilization. Just after he arrives a terrible plague strikes his village, and Data must act quickly to save his newfound friends. Aboard the Enterprise, Counselor Troi attempts the Bridge Officer Test. This week on TNG Rewatch: Thine Own Self.
A young group of officers bond with each other over their mutual struggles to be noticed and advance in their careers. Meanwhile, the senior officers collude on a strange secret mission that will have significant consequences for the cohort of ensigns. This week on TNG Rewatch: Lower Decks.
The death of her grandmother brings Dr. Crusher to Caldos where she discovers a long-held family secret. The rest of the Enterprise crew marvel at the intense changes occurring in their longstanding friend. This week’s TNG Re-Watch: “Sub Rosa.”