Star TreK: Next Gen (Again)

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Star TreK: Next Gen (Again)

Post by JamesStaley » 2017-04-28 09:03pm

Thanks to the Moore Public Library in Moore, Oklahoma, I am able to watch Star Trek: Next Generation again. So far, I am up to the 4th season. I'm trying to watch every episode of every season, but a some DVD's have been defective or had problems playing, so I've missed a few episodes here & there.

Can someone tell me what is the episode name and what season where Data gets Spot the cat?
And when did Worf have a son? (Season and episode name).

Thanks for the assistance.JS

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Re: Star TreK: Next Gen (Again)

Post by Batman » 2017-04-28 10:09pm

We don't know when Data gets Spot far as I can tell. The first episode Spot appears in is 'Data's Day' ,s04e11.
Alexander (that being the boy's name) was very likely sired in s2e20, 'Emissary', and first showed up in s4e7, 'Reunion'
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Re: Star TreK: Next Gen (Again)

Post by JamesStaley » 2017-04-29 12:37am

I remember Data's Day, and vaguely parts of Emissary so i'll have to check that one out again.

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Post by Tribble » 2017-04-30 03:28pm

I'll never forgive Spot for eating Livingston :P
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Post by Prometheus Unbound » 2017-05-12 06:08am

Tribble wrote:I'll never forgive Spot for eating Livingston :P
When did he do that?

Livingston survived Generations and was in Star Trek First Contact...
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Re: Star TreK: Next Gen (Again)

Post by Khaat » 2017-06-07 01:16pm

Memory Alpha wrote:Writer Ronald D. Moore has been asked if Livingston had survived the crash in Generations on at least two occasions, and has given different answers. Initially, Moore claimed that he had survived the crash and was now living comfortably in the Starfleet Pet Retirement Home. (AOL chat, 1998) However, Moore later suggested that the fish was eaten by Data's cat Spot by commenting "Spot had to eat something in those long hours before Data found him." (AOL chat, 1998)
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Post by Elheru Aran » 2017-06-07 01:22pm

A little bit of fanon in other words...

I keep thinking when I see this title that it's about rebooting TNG.

I have to wonder how Bryan Cranston might do as a reboot-Picard. He already pulled off the bald noggin once and has done television work...
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Post by Prometheus Unbound » 2017-06-07 01:25pm

Khaat wrote:
Memory Alpha wrote:Writer Ronald D. Moore has been asked if Livingston had survived the crash in Generations on at least two occasions, and has given different answers. Initially, Moore claimed that he had survived the crash and was now living comfortably in the Starfleet Pet Retirement Home. (AOL chat, 1998) However, Moore later suggested that the fish was eaten by Data's cat Spot by commenting "Spot had to eat something in those long hours before Data found him." (AOL chat, 1998)
But he was in stfc...
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Re: Star TreK: Next Gen (Again)

Post by Khaat » 2017-06-07 01:32pm

Even the self-styled "Word of God" folks get it wrong. ("HERESY!" :lol: )
IMDB Trivia wrote:Sir Patrick Stewart and Brent Spiner hated their characters' pets (the fish Livingston, and cat Spot). Stewart objected to the idea of keeping any life form in captivity, since the series argued for the freedom of every species. In fact, Ronny Cox agreed with him, and to "throw a bone" to Stewart, his character orders Livingston gone, when he takes command of the ship. Alternatively, Spiner just doesn't like cats.
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Re: Star TreK: Next Gen (Again)

Post by Prometheus Unbound » 2017-06-07 02:22pm

I suppose Picard could have got a new one...
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