Star Trek: The Next Generation

Symbiosis - S1-E22

Trivia: Near the end of the episode, Picard and Crusher walk out of the cargo bay. As the doors close behind them, you can see Tasha Yar waving to the camera from inside the bay. Her character is killed in the next episode, but this one was filmed second. The actress was waving goodbye to all of her fans.

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The Big Goodbye - S1-E12

Trivia: The Star Trek: The Next Generation novel "A Herd Rain" was based on this episode. Picard and Crusher are pictured on the cover in the clothing they wore in the episode.

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Lonely Among Us - S1-E7

Trivia: As Riker, Crusher, Geordi and Troi talk about Picard, there is a model of the Original series Shuttle craft behind Troi, with the markings 'NCC-1701/7' (otherwise known as the Galileo 7) It was the model most used for TOS shuttle sequences.

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The Big Goodbye - S1-E12

Trivia: While Data researches Dixon Hill, the computer displays the titles and proclaims that the series is written by Tracy Torme. Tracy Torme is the writer of a number of Next Generation Episodes.

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Encounter at Farpoint (1) - S1-E1

Trivia: Admiral McCoy is supposed to be 137 years old in his cameo. Since this is set 73 years after Kirk and Spock, McCoy would have been 64 at the time of Camp Khitomer in Star Trek VI, The Undiscovered Country.

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The Naked Now - S1-E3

Trivia: Early in Data's development, he was described as "bio-mechanical," and he was even susceptible to human disease, intoxication, and seduction (as demonstrated in this early TNG episode), which necessarily implied that Data had organic-tissue components.

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The Neutral Zone - S1-E26

Trivia: As Clara talks with Troi, a silver colored model of a Constitution class starship with reversed nacelles is seen on the shelf behind her.

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We'll Always Have Paris - S1-E24

Trivia: The triangular shelf unit that Picard walks by entering the simulation appears in Kirk's apartment in Star Trek II and III.

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The Big Goodbye - S1-E12

Trivia: As Troi talks to Picard about the language of the Harada, there's a model of the Enterprise-A behind her painted silver. The difference is that the nacelles are flat rather than in profile (straight up) to make it appear as a different ship.

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Hide and Q - S1-E10

Trivia: In this episode, as Picard talks to Riker about the Q power, he walks around his desk. As he does, a model of the Enterprise A can be seen by the wall. In later episodes, the model is of the Stargazer.

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