Following a distress signal, the Enterprise discovers a crash site on a random moon and finds a downed Borg scout ship and a single survivor. The crew must make a choice—do they remake the drone into a weapon or respect him as an entity. This week’s TNG Rewatch: I, Borg.
Making a rare trip back to Earth so Captain Picard can give the commencement address at Starfleet Academy’s graduation ceremonies, the Enterprise receives word that Wesley Crusher has been involved in an accident. While Wes survives, there’s something just off enough about the cadets’ stories that Captain Picard must investigate to discover why a young cadet lost his life.
The Enterprise encounters an unknown probe while out on a routine mission. Somehow, the probe activates, and the signal searches out Captain Picard, leaving him incapacitated in the most beautiful way. Grab your box of tissues, folks, because this week on TNG Rewatch, it’s “The Inner Light.”
While transporting telepathic aliens, crew members start falling into unexplained comas. The crew must race to discover the cause before any further damage can be done. This week, on TNG Rewatch: “Violations.” NOTE the content warnings in the post.
Starfleet sends the Enterprise to investigate the disappearance of one of its most decorated officers, leading Picard and Data into a web of Romulan intrigue. Meanwhile, Riker and the rest of the Enterprise crew must race solve the riddle of a missing Vulcan ship to avoid further catastrophe. This week on TNG Rewatch: Unification I and II.
A transmission from a world near territory claimed by a mysterious species known as the Children of Tama draws the Enterprise and its crew to El Adrel where they find a Tamarian ship. Communication proves impossible, and the Tamarians beam both captains to the planet’s surface. No one knows why or whether Captain Picard is in danger. This week on TNG Rewatch, we’re covering Darmok.
The Klingon Empire calls upon Picard to execute his final duty as Arbiter of Succession by draping Gowron with the Chancellor’s mantle. Add the Duras sisters, Romulans, a dash of civil war, and things do not go as planned. This week on TNG Rewatch: Redemption I and II.
In the wake of an explosion in engineering, the Enterprise crew suspects sabotage, especially as they discover a spy on board, and Starfleet sends Rear Admiral Satie to investigate. She discovers an unexpected truth, and Picard reaffirms a necessary one. This week’s TNG: Rewatch covers “The Drumhead.”
La Forge’s engine modifications have attracted the attention of the chief designer. Picard accidentally murders a space beast. Beverly Crusher performs a Caesarian section by phaser, and Guinan refuses to put up with La Forge’s crazy. This week on TNG Rewatch: Galaxy’s Child.
Politics make for strange bedfellows when Starfleet sends the Enterprise to investigate rumors that a Federation ship has been attacking Cardassian vessels. Captain Picard must choose between loyalty to fellow Starfleet personnel and his duty to uphold the treaty with the Cardassians. Chief O’Brien must confront old ghosts. On this week’s TNG Rewatch we cover “The Wounded.”