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The crew is faced with a familiar face from the past who insists that machines cannot replace human experience. This causes conflict in Data who questions his affiliation with the Enterprise vs. joining a powerful enemy in order to feel his first emotion. Worf begins a quest to find his father as a means to finally accept his Klingon heritage and to restore honor upon his family and son. As the journey continues through the galaxy, Picard is kidnapped by a rebel alien command and Riker takes on the role of Captain to free Picard and restore the Enterprise. To Riker’s surprise, an old enemy returns and offers assistance to the rescue of Picard. All finishing with the Enterprise facing its most shocking surprise as one crew member changes his loyalty for their own advancement.

Customer Reviews

This is a great season

This season was the best so far I would buy all of them if they were on I tunes

My all-time favorite season

I’ve always enjoyed the sixth season of Star Trek: The Next Generation. The third and fifth seasons rank 2 and 3 behind this one. There are large number of good to great episodes on here and the storytelling is well done for a majority of the episodes. Many of the obvious ones to watch include; ‘Relics, ‘Chain of Command’, the DS9 crossover in ‘Birthright’, ‘Fistful of Datas’ and 'Tapestry’.

While I certainly understand ‘Chain of Command’ being a high mark and memorable two parter and beloved my most fans, I’m in the minority and have never really enjoyed the two-parter nor the storytelling. That doesn’t mean it’s terrible or not recommended, it’s highly recommended and a must-watch, it’s just not a pair of episodes I’d tell someone to view first. Just my own personal opinion.

With that out of the way, here’s my personal list of episodes I enjoyed and watch over and over again. That list includes; ‘Relics’, ‘A Fistful of Datas’, ‘Quality of Life' (a well done Data episode with a great and memorable Picard line to Data in the end), ‘Aquiel’(Geordi gets a girl for a change), ‘Lessons’ (a great episode about Picard finding romance), ‘The Chase’ (I always found it to be a fun episode with Crusher playing a major role), ‘Frame of Mind’ (cool and well-done Riker episode).

That’s just a small sample size from a well-done and memorable season when the series had hit it’s peak and was on a role. The overall package, whether purchased individually or as a whole is money that will definitely be well spent.

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So yeah it's like awesome and sick at the same time.

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