Voyage through the universe in the 24th century courtesy of this television series. The crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise is seeking new life and new worlds. There are adventures to be had and battles to be fought along the way. Most of us were introduced to Patrick Stewart and his wonderful voice and bald head through this offshoot of the original Star Trek series. It has been 25 years since the series was on and it is still as enjoyable as ever for many fans of sci fi. Season One introduces many of the main characters and the reoccurring storylines that will go on throughout its run.
Episode 1: Encounter at Farpoint, Part 1: The new captain of the brand new ship, The U.S.S. Enterprise – D, Captain Jean-Luc Picard (played by Patrick Stewart) takes his crew on their first mission.
Episode 2: Encounter at Farpoint, Part 2: The crew is trying to unlock the secret of the Farpoint Station.
Episode 3: The Naked Now: While aboard another ship the crew is infected with a virus transmitted through touch which lowers you inhibitions.
Episode 4: Code of Honor: Tasha Yar (played by Denise Crosby) is abducted and forced to battle against the wife of her abductor.
Episode 5: The Last Outpost: A mighty entity disables the Enterprise and will only restore it if the crew solves the riddles it asks.
Episode 6: Where No One Has Gone Before: An engineer tries to redesign the ship’s engines resulting in the ship being propulsed 2,700, 000 light years away.
Episode 7: Lonely Among Us: The Enterprise goes up against an energy field while attempting to transport diplomats from two different alien races.
Episode 8: Justice: Picard is forced into making a difficult decision.
Episode 9: The Battle: The Ferengi give to Picard an older ship that he used to command.
Episode 10: Hide and Q: Q (played by John De Lancie) tries to get Riker (played by Jonathan Frakes) to join the Continuum by giving him the powers of the Q.
Episode 11: Haven: Lwaxana (played by Majel Barrett) makes a surprise visit to the Enterprise and she is full of news and plans.
Episode 12: The Big Goodbye: Picard, Data (played by Brent Spiner) and Dr. Crusher (played by Gates McFadden) are in serious danger when a malfunction sends them back to the 1940s and they have to go up against mobsters.
Episode 13: Datalore: While exploring his homeworld, the crew of the Enterprise find some parts that are exactly like Data’s.
Episode 14: Angel One: A male crew crashes on Angel One, a planet inhabited and ruled by women.
Episode 15: 11001001: The Enterprise has to meet up with Starbase 74 in order to have the ship looked over.
Episode 16: Too Short a Season: An aging and dying Starfleet Admiral (played by Clayton Rohner) suddenly starts becoming younger.
Episode 17: When the Bough Breaks: A race unable to have children of their own begins abducting children from the Enterprise.
Episode 18: Home Soil: The Enterprise is asked by the Federation to check in on scientists whose communication has been less than regular.
Episode 19: Coming of Age: Wesley (played by Wil Wheaton) is taking the entrance exam to the Starfleet Academy.
Episode 20: Heart of Glory: The Federation asks the Enterprise to check in on a battle that took place in the Neutral Zone.
Episode 21: The Arsenal of Freedom: While orbiting the planet Minos searching for signs of the U.S.S. Drake, the Enterprise starts receiving strange message from the planet’s surface.
Episode 22: Symbiosis: The Enterprise receives a distress signal for a freighter that is about to crash on a nearby planet.
Episode 23: Skin of Evil: Troi’s (played by Marina Sirtis) shuttle crashes onto a planet and a new species is discovered there.
Episode 24: We’ll Always Have Paris: Picard runs into an old flame who is now married to a scientist.
Episode 25: Conspiracy: After seeing some strange behaviour amidst his high-ranking crew members Picard begins to believe in a conspiracy.
Episode 26: The Neutral Zone: The Enterprise is on its way to the Neutral Zone to confront some Romulans.
Special Features: Energized! Taking the Next Generation to the Next Level, Introduction to the Series (1987), Promo #1, Promo #2, Promo #3, Season One Promo, Stardate Revisited: The Origin of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” Part 1: Inception, Stardate Revisited: The Origin of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” Part 2: Launch, Stardate Revisited: The Origin of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” Part 3: The Continuing Mission, Gag Reel, The Beginning, Selected Crew Analysis, The Making of a Legend, Memorable Missions