Though this was not the first Star Trek it was certainly one of the ones that cemented it as a top notch and beloved sci fi series. Instead of remaining a franchise that only attracted sci fi fans it now became one that all types of television fans enjoyed because of its strong stories, solid acting and accessibility. Season Six really sees the series finding itself and standing on its own two feet. Expect a season filled with solid episodes alongside some classics. Boldly go where you’ll enjoy every minute alongside the crew of the Starship Enterprise.
Episode 1: Time’s Arrow (Part 2): Captain Picard (played by Patrick Stewart) and some of his crew follow Data (played by Brent Spiner) back to the 19th century in order to get him back. Their task is made more difficult by aliens who are killing off humans during that time.
Episode 2: Realm of Fear: Lieutenant Barclay (played by Dwight Schultz) is leery of using the transporter. He seems to have a point when he begins seeing aliens while he is being transported.
Episode 3: Man of the People: An alien ambassador attracts the attention of Deanna Troi (played by Marina Sirtis). Strange things happen to her afterwards as she begins demonstrating uncontrollable temper and rapid aging.
Episode 4: Relics: Seventy five years after he disappeared Scotty (played by James Doohan) is found suspended in a transporter beam. When the crew of the Enterprise rescue him and bring him aboard the ship he shows some trouble adjusting to modern life.
Episode 5: Schisms: The crew of the Enterprise begin all showing signs of extreme tiredness with no memory of having slept the night before. The crew sets about trying to figure out the mystery.
Episode 6: True Q: A young intern boards the Enterprise. She catches the eye of Q and even begins to demonstrate similar talents as him.
Episode 7: Rascals: A transporter transforms Picard, Ro Laren (played by Michelle Forbes), Guinan (played by Whoopie Goldberg) and Keiko O’Brien (played by Rosalind Chao) into twelve-year-olds. The Ferengi take over the Enterprise.
Episode 8: A Fistful of Datas: Worf (played by Michael Dorn) and his son Alexander (played by Brian Bonsall) are trapped on a holodeck after a malfunction. They find themselves having to defeat bandits in the Wild West that look like Data.
Episode 9: The Quality of Life: Dr. Farallon (played by Ellen Bry) has built a series of maintenance robots. Trouble occurs when they become sentient.
Episode 10: Chain of Command (Part 1): Picard is taken away from his duties as captain on the Enterprise. He, Worf and Dr. Crusher (played by Gates McFadden) are assigned a top secret spy mission.
Episode 11: Chain of Command (Part 2): The Cardassians capture Picard and begin torturing him. Riker (played by Jonathan Frakes) tries to dissuade the Federation from ordering an attack on the Cardassians.
Episode 12: Ship in a Bottle: Barclay (played by Dwight Schultz) performs some routine maintenance on the holodeck. While doing so he discovers a stored hologram of Dr. Moriarty (played by Daniel Davis) and it begins causing problems.
Episode 13: Aquiel: Geordi (played by Lavar Burton) falls in love. Unfortunately the woman he is in love with is the prime suspect in a murder.
Episode 14: Face of the Enemy: The Romulans abduct Troi. They also alter her surgically in order to get the upper hand on the Federation.
Episode 15: Tapestry: Picard is killed and arrives in the afterlife. There he is welcomed by Q (played by John De Lancie).
Episode 16: Birthright (Part 1): Worf visits Deep Space Nine. There he learns that his father is still alive.
Episode 17: Birthright (Part 2): The Romulans capture Worf. He learns why no one else tried to escape previously.
Episode 18: Starship Mine: Particles have built up on the ship’s hull. In order to clean it the crew has to be evacuated off the Enterprise.
Episode 19: Lessons: Picard has to choose between love and his job. He has to decide whether he should send the woman he loves on a potentially deadly misson.
Episode 20: The Chase: One of Picard’s old teachers is found murdered. The crew decides to attempt to complete his research.
Episode 21: Frame of Mind: Riker begins to question his grip on reality when he finds himself in an alien insane asylum. He has to figure out whether his time on Enterprise actually happened.
Episode 22: Suspicions: A scientist’s life may have been ended due to his research on shielding technology. Dr. Crusher risks her own career trying to prove he was on the right path.
Episode 23: Rightful Heir: After being found derelict of his duties Worf is put on forced leave. This gives him the time to get his life in order.
Episode 24: Second Chances: A distortion field around a planet provides the opportunity to visit it once every eight years and now is the time. Riker had been there once previously and had to abandon equipment in order to get off in time.
Episode 25: Timescape: Picard, Laforge, Data and Troi return to Enterprise after having attended a very dull science conference. Once back distortions begin occurring.
Episode 26: Descent (Part 1): Data begins to experience emotions after having coming in contact with the Borg. Intrigued he begins trying to have them again and again.
Special Features: Episodic Promos, Deleted Scenes, Audio Commentary on Select Episodes, Archival Mission Logs, Featurettes, Gag Reel