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Original Title: Star Trek: The Next Generation

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Set in the 24th century and decades after the adventures of the original crew of the starship Enterprise, this new series is the long-awaited successor to the original Star Trek (1966). Under the command of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, the all new Enterprise NCC 1701-D travels out to distant planets to seek out new life and to boldly go where no one has gone before.
Set decades after Captain Kirk's five-year mission, a new generation of Starfleet officers set off in a new Enterprise on their own mission to go where no one has gone before.
Star Trek: The Next Generation is, in my opinion, the absolute best of the Star Trek series.

The first season was a bit rocky, at times even a bit corny. Throughout the first season, there are mistakes in filming, such as visible light stands in some scenes and in one episode, one of the film crew's hand can be seen retrieving a glass (can only be seen on the DVD, TV broadcasts cut enough of the shot that this wasn't visible). Anyway, things greatly improved into the second and third seasons. Not only did character acting improve, the scripts became more interesting.

It's unfortunate that TNG only lasted 7 seasons. It had a good run, but many of the fans, including myself, wanted more. TNG is a great show if - and only if - one views it through rose-colored "Nostalgia brand" glasses. Most fans of TNG love it *only* because when they were growing up there was nothing else on TV to watch, there was no Internet, video games weren't nearly so popular as they are today. So they watched TNG because there was nothing better to do. Since they watched TNG while they were young and impressionable, they have rosy nostalgia-based feelings for the show that in their minds' eye, elevates TNG to something *way* better than it *actually is* In this review, we are taking off the rose-colored "Nostagia brand" glasses and giving an honest and fair assessment of TNG.

Star Trek: The Original Series (TOS), is universally regarded as one of the best shows of all-time. TNG was the next Star Trek series after it. Other than the brand name "Star Trek", and ship name "Enterprise", they have no resemblance to each other whatsoever.

TOS was great because it perfected the following things: fascinating, compelling, unique characters. Brilliant acting across the board. Entertaining, thought-provoking stories. Intriguing aliens. Internal conflict and tension between the crew members. Conflict and tension vs. alien beings they encountered. Plenty of good old-fashioned butt-kicking action sequences. TNG on the other hand, has NONE OF THE ABOVE. Which is precisely why TOS is a great show, and TNG is an incredibly boring show that sucks very badly.

For some incomprehensible reason, Patrick Stewart is often inaccurately called a great actor. Yet in reality, he has no acting range whatsoever. Captain Picard as played by Stewart has only two acting modes: "normal mode", in which he states his lines in a dry, monotone way; and "angry mode", in which he states his lines in a dry, monotone way only whilst he is yelling. You will never ever see Stewart display any more acting range in any episode of TNG. He gives likewise *100% identical performances* to his Picard performance in every single movie he's ever been in. Including Dune and all the X-Men movies. That such a boring, no-range, one-note actor is so popular and seen as a "great actor" is nothing short of insane. Contrasted with his predecessor Captain Kirk as played by William Shatner, who displayed a huge array of emotions and was always fascinating to watch because of his range and acting talent, Stewart/Picard is a sleep-inducing stuffed-shirt windbag.

TNG's characters, except perhaps Data, are all generic talking-heads who's lines are mostly inter-changeable with each other. Their lines are completely predictable before they are even spoken. Take any random episode of TNG, and you are guaranteed to have lines like this spoken in it:

Troi: "I sense they are hiding something". Worf: "We must destroy them for the safety of the ship!" Picard: "We must try to negotiate with them." Riker and/or Crusher and/or Wesley make some generic inter-changeable statements that anyone with the least bit of common sense would already have realized.

The hallmark of great writing in a TV show, is writing that is not predictable, Speech patterns are distinct to the character who is speaking. Things being said in interesting and creative ways. TNG has none of this. TOS, and the series to come *after* TNG, Deep Space Nine (DS9), had these things in spades. TOS and DS9 obliterate TNG when it comes to providing compelling characters and compelling dialogue. The dialogue & characters on TNG makes staying awake a very difficult challenge. The dialogue & characters on TOS and DS9 make it impossible to do anything *other than* be gripped on the edge of your seat in fascination. Furthermore, TNG is bogged down in a constant barrage of nausea-inducing "techno-babble" where the characters recite a bunch of fake "scientific" words made up for the show. Most of TNG's episodes are based on this. Techno-babble nonsense gets them into a problem, then at the end of the episode they spout some techno-babble nonsense to get out of the problem. Techno-babble quotient: extremely high. Story-quality quotient: NON-EXISTENT.

TNG's characters never got one iota of development. Each character ...
DeForest Kelley appeared asin Encounter at Farpoint (1987).

Leonard Nimoy appeared asin Unification I (1991) and Unification II (1991). His appearance was tied to the release of the film Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991).

Mark Lenard appeared asin Sarek (1990) and Unification I (1991).

James Doohan appeared asin Relics (1992).

Majel Barrett appeared as(nearly all episodes) and(8 episodes) in Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987).

Diana Muldaur who appeared asin episode Is There in Truth No Beauty? (1968) and asin episode Return to Tomorrow (1968) of Star Trek (1966), appeared as , a recurring character, in most episodes of season 2 of Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987), replacing(Gates McFadden) as Chief Medical Officer.
  • The state of war with the Klingons was effectively ended in 2293 by the Kithomer Accord, as seen in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991). An uneasy peace with the Federation remains, as there were still frequent skirmishes with the Klingons over time. The Klingon Empire remained an independent government outside of the Federation.

  • Around 2300, the cooperation that existed between Klingons and Romulans since the 23rd century started to gradually degrade, perhaps fueled by the weakened state of the Klingons following the Praxis Incident, and their subsequent willingness to reconcile with the Federation.

  • An event known as the Tomed incident occurred in 2311. Although details were never provided, known facts suggest that it concerned a violation of the Romulan Neutral Zone, involvement of cloaked ships, and the death of thousands of lives, both Romulan and Federation. It led to the Treaty of Algeron, which reaffirmed the Neutral Zone as a no-fly zone and prohibited the Federation from developing cloaked vessels. The treaty also ceased virtually all dialogue between the Romulans and the Federation for the next 50 years.

  • In 2344, the Romulans attacked a Klingon outpost on Narendra III. It is unknown what sparked the incident, but the intervention of the Enterprise-C, a Federation vessel, despite being destroyed in the battle, was perceived as particularly honourable by the Klingons. As a result, relations with the Klingons improved drastically. About two years later, Romulans attacked the Klingon outpost at Kithomer (possibly over a territorial dispute) and killed nearly all inhabitants, leading to the start of the Romulan-Klingon war around the 2350s.

  • In 2363, the Enterprise-D was launched.

  • In 2364, Jean-Luc Picard assumed command of the Enterprise-D and a continuing mission of space exploration is started.
It takes place from 2364-2370 A.D. 95 years after the events of the original TV series, 94 years after the events of the animated series, & 71 years after the events of the Undiscovered Country movie.


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