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Next generation, Season 3
Tags: Science fiction Star Trek
|Number / Name||Why I liked it|
150 / 3:1
Admitting a mistake.|
Putting all your eggs in one basket.
How to live up to oneself as child genius.
149 / 3:2
The ensigns of command.
When the law is the only acceptable
way, using the law better than the opponent.|
The limitations of the android.
The importance of things, of home.
151 / 3:3
How to help.|
A pacifist, killing in anger.
An immortal loving a mortal.
152 / 3:4
Who watches the watchers?
Studying primitive cultures, to understand ourselves.
A person being seen as a god.
Not accepting death.
153 / 3:5
A child losing a parent.|
Should parents avoid risks?
The crew losing a member.
Should the death of strangers be felt just as much as the death of a loved one?
The Klingon losing a person under his command.
Reality is better.
Pain and joy are both essential.
154 / 3:6
The booby trap
Dating = be yourself. Dating a
Fly in the ointment.
Technology isn't the answer.
155 / 3:7
Blaming a group for an individuals error.
Dying for one's ideals.
Risking large scale war.
Trusting an enemy. Helping an enemy.
156 / 3:8
Stress in a person who professionally
Falling in love.
Negotiations = poker!
Ethics and empathy.
Taking a chance - and losing.
Love is not to change your lover.
157 / 3:9
The vengeance factor
Carrying a resentment - long. Feuds.
Having to kill a loved one.
Choosing immortality in order to kill.
158 / 3:10
The Shakespeare actor plays
Risking that large scale war again.
Lies in lies in lies...
A wonderful surprise at the end.
The hope for peace.
159 / 3:11
The perfect soldier.|
Soldiers, who can't be reintegrated into society. And who are then put into prison instead.
Soldiers coming home, with heavy psychological problems, and not welcome. (Vietnam.)
160 / 3:12
The high ground
Non-coorperation, hunger strike.
Should a society, historically based on violence, defend violence?
Willing to die for a cause. And kill.
Is it neutral/okay to help one side in a conflict?
Violent = wrong in all ways?
161 / 3:13
Bullying lower lifeforms, and then suddenly lowered to the same level.
162 / 3:14
A matter of perspective
A crime mystery!|
Crime doesn't pay!
163 / 3:15
Time travel and
Our crew turns military, losing a war.
The wise bartender.
Our crew meets the predecessor ship and crew.
Everybody gets to die!
I luv it!
164 / 3:16
The android gets a child.|
Can the android procreate?
Choosing one's sex, and race.
Learning by teaching.
The meaning of life.
Removing a child from her parent.
The striving is important, not actually getting there.
Humor - the fast charmer overtaken.
The child exceeding the parent.
Losing a child. Touching.
165 / 3:17
Sins of the father
The Kilngon's brother.
The family affected by the individual members. The Enterprise affected by the individual crew member!
Politics. A scapegoat.
The captain starts his Klingon "career".
Almost perfect - but somehow Duras didn't seem Klingon to me.
166 / 3:18
Kidnapped - but
The captain kissing the doctor! And singing.
Experimenting and observing.
167 / 3:19
"A crewmember is sick..." - Picard is
smarter than Kirk!|
A half naked captain! With a woman!
168 / 3:20
A mentally unstable
One lonely soul seeking another.
A living ship.
The meaning of life.
169 / 3:21
Alternate versions of our crew:
"Barclay is the best", "Greek gods" and "3 musceteers".|
Insecurity. Isolation. Living a fantasy. Addiction.
Another mentally unstable specialist.
170 / 3:22
The most toys
The android dies! (They
The ability to kill.
Non-coorperation. But not at the loss of life.
"Your fault that I killed."
171 / 3:23
An emotional Vulcan. An emotional
There are always other solutions.
2 living legends, bonding.
Great acting from Stewart!
Very, very good!
172 / 3:24
Ménage à Troi
The end is funny - and clever.|
Oh, and by the way: the family is happy for its youngest member.
173 / 3:25
The security officer dies - for a little while.
Stopping evolution, of fear.
Beings of light and energy.
174 / 3:26
The best of both worlds, part I
Captain - or first officer on the
We change, we grow older.
The chain of command.
Killing a friend to win a battle?
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