In which Star Trek delivers a fantastic return to form.
In which Riker advocates animal cruelty. Beverly dies a hideously painful death, and the Enterprise blows up.
In which Riker sees the road not taken and wants to punch it in its unshaven face.
In which Worf shows his Kentucky heritage, the messiah returns, and everyone gets eyeballed by a pro.
In which Beverly gets fired, Star Trek does Agatha Christie, and Guinan always has an ulterior motive.
In which Riker chews, shatters, and dismantles the scenery.
In which the Federation uses quotas, Picard defers his dreams, and for an episode about inclusiveness and unity this episode has some remarkably racist undertones.
In which I try something new and it winds up being a bit of a downer.
In which Picard is all alone in his home and you know what they say about old habits, and those garbage mashers can be trouble.
In which Worf goes to camp.