000 kes convinces kes This is from the end of the episode where holographic young Kes convinces old Kes that it was her choice to leave Voyager, and thus the plot is resolved.

Star Trek VOY: Fury
Season 6, Episode 23
TNL Rating: 6 Solid
Running Time 1:32

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Episode Info

It’s been a few years since we saw Kes. In this episode, she furiously and explosively visits the Voyager. She uses the warp core to travel back in time to try to send the young Kes back to Ocampa.

Episode Pictures (click for hi-res):

Kes is back, and it looks like she needs help.

Kes is back, and it looks like she needs help.

For the SFX of the telepathic shove, they must have wanted to save money. They immediately switch to a negative image (seen above), then fade the negative away quickly. This effect was used in the 1960's Doctor Who episodes as a way of Dalek's firing their weapon.

For the SFX of the telepathic shove, they must have wanted to save money. They immediately switch to a negative image (seen above), then fade the negative away quickly. This effect was used in the 1960’s Doctor Who episodes as a way of Dalek’s firing their weapon.

A nice view of half the hydroponics bay. Notice the table of plants closest to the camera. Further notice that there is a very nice Kes-sized

A nice view of half the hydroponics bay. Notice the table of plants closest to the camera. Further notice that there is a very nice Kes-sized “coffin” underneath said table. :-)

A nice view of the Doctor's props.

A nice view of the Doctor’s props.

Old Kes injects new Kes. The positioning is a bit off on the effect, but you don't notice too much.

Old Kes injects new Kes. The positioning is a bit off on the effect, but you don’t notice too much.

Tom Paris suggest that Neelix' new creation be called,

Tom Paris suggest that Neelix’ new creation be called, “The Greasy Neelix.”

Shuttle Bay 2. Note that the shuttles are hatchbacks.

Shuttle Bay 2. Note that the shuttles are hatchbacks.

Kes sabotages the Doctor's attempt to resuscitate Tuvok.

Kes sabotages the Doctor’s attempt to resuscitate Tuvok.

Voyager powers away from the Vidiian's grapples, sacrificing a section of the hull in the process.

Voyager powers away from the Vidiian’s grapples, sacrificing a section of the hull in the process.

This is the the birthday scene as we see at the beginning of the episode.

This is the the birthday scene as we see at the beginning of the episode.

This is the way we see the birthday scene at the end of the episode. That's nice direction to use two cameras. Not only is it a nice and easy effect, but it also saves time and money.

This is the way we see the birthday scene at the end of the episode. That’s nice direction to use two cameras. Not only is it a nice and easy effect, but it also saves time and money.

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04 honoring martok

The ceremony where Gowron awards the Star of Kahless to Martok is great to watch, and it’s very Klingon. Although blood may have always been a part of the ceremony, it turns out to be very useful. As they add blood to the chalice by cutting their hands, they are also proving they are not shape changers.

Star Trek DS9: When it Rains
Season 7, Episode 2
TNL Rating: 7 Exceptional
Running Time 1:37

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Odo is suffering from the same wasting disease that’s affecting the Founders, and Bashir has to find a solution. Gowron awards the Star of Kahless to Martok and takes over administration of the war. Dukat attempts to read the Kosst Amojan, but he pays the price.

Episode Pictures (click for hi-res):

Odo makes a donation to Bashir's cause.

Odo makes a donation to Bashir’s cause.

Kira looks good in a Starfleet uniform.

Kira looks good in a Starfleet uniform.

Dukat tried to look at the Kosst Amojan without Kai Winn there, and pays the price as the book blinds him.

Dukat tried to look at the Kosst Amojan without Kai Winn there, and pays the price as the book blinds him.

Kira arrives to teach the Cardassian freedom fighters.

Kira arrives to teach the Cardassian freedom fighters.

After Gowron tells Martok and Worf his war plans, Martok and Worf share an

After Gowron tells Martok and Worf his war plans, Martok and Worf share an “oh crap he’s crazy” moment.

Dr. Julian Bashir traces Odo's infection to the time when he was at Starfleet. Clearly, Section 31 infected him.

Dr. Julian Bashir traces Odo’s infection to the time when he was at Starfleet. Clearly, Section 31 infected him.

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10 lutan does not doubt crusher

¬†Lutan believes Doctor Crusher’s diagnosis of death, and of the efficacy of the poison-tipped weapon she’s thrusting towards him.

Star Trek TNG: Code of Honor
Season 1, Episode 03
TNL Rating: 3 Boring, however this episode is highly contested
Running Time 2:44

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Tasha Yar is kidnapped by honorable aliens who seem to be a very close offshoot to certain Earthlings. Fortunately, their code of honor prevents anything worrisome from happening.

Episode Pictures (click for hi-res):

Kathryn Powers, writer of TNG Code of Honor. This is her picture from IMDB.com.

Kathryn Powers, writer of TNG Code of Honor. This is her picture from IMDB.com.

Note the Ligonians have transporter technology roughly analogous to Trek TOS.

Note the Ligonians have transporter technology roughly analogous to Trek TOS.

Tasha Yar carefully checks for improvised explosive devices.

Tasha Yar carefully checks for improvised explosive devices.

Tasha Yar picks up her HOLOGRAPHIC clothing to fight in.

Tasha Yar picks up her HOLOGRAPHIC clothing to fight in.

Ligon must be an extremely tiny world for this photon torpedo blast to be 1 kilometer off its surface.

Ligon must be an extremely tiny world for this photon torpedo blast to be 1 kilometer off its surface.

“Damn. Where are the calluses we doctors are supposed to grow over our feelings?”

Picard speaks to a hiding Wesley, who's been holding up the turbolift for 5 minutes now.

Picard speaks to a hiding Wesley, who’s been holding up the turbolift for 5 minutes now.

Geordi, blind because he's shaving without his VISOR, attempts to run away from Data's jokes.

Geordi, blind because he’s shaving without his VISOR, attempts to run away from Data’s jokes.

That enormous woman doesn't really look like Tasha Yar.

That enormous woman doesn’t really look like Tasha Yar.

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TEENologic 170: Star Trek DS9 The Changing Face of Evil

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Kai Winn stabs Solbor in the back. Backstabs seem to be what this episode is about. Kai Winn stabs Solbor in the back. Backstabs seem to be what this episode is about!

Star Trek DS9: The Changing Face of Evil
Season 7, Episode 20
TNL Rating: 8 Dazzling
Running Time 1:37

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Starfleet HQ is attacked, the Alamo is in jeopardy, Damar is feeling a bit rebellious, and Kai Winn has finally embraced evil.

Episode Pictures (click for hi-res):

Earth attacked! In particular, Starfleet HQ.

Earth attacked! In particular, Starfleet HQ.

Benjamin's poor poor peppers.

Benjamin’s poor poor peppers.

Kai Winn and Anjohl in a wonderful office overlooking a brightly lit poster.

Kai Winn and Anjohl in a wonderful office overlooking a brightly lit poster.

Planning the Alamo

Planning the Alamo

Finally, they've gotten the evil book! Sadly, there are no words in it.  :-(

Finally, they’ve gotten the evil book! Sadly, there are no words in it. :-(

The Founder and Weyoun are present at the battle.

The Founder and Weyoun are present at the battle.

The Federation Armada is ready to kick some Dominion a**!

The Federation Armada is ready to kick some Dominion a**!

The energy drain weapon strikes the USS Defiant.

The energy drain weapon strikes the USS Defiant.

The Defiant explodes - great effect!

The Defiant explodes – great effect!

Face off - at first Solbor thinks he has Kai Winn on his side - until he finds out she's betrayed the Prophets.

Face off – at first Solbor thinks he has Kai Winn on his side – until he finds out she’s betrayed the Prophets.

Hey, all the book of evil needs is a few drops of blood...

Hey, all the book of evil needs is a few drops of blood…

And presto! The words appear just like lemon juice over heat. Who knew the Pah Wraiths were clever enough to use invisible ink?

And presto! The words appear just like lemon juice over heat. Who knew the Pah Wraiths were clever enough to use invisible ink?

Darak announces the Cardassian rebellion.

Darak announces the Cardassian rebellion.

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TEENologic 169: Star Trek TOS City on the Edge of Forever

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Kirk saves history at great personal cost. 

Kirk saves history at great personal cost. What a terrific shot where the truck is actually moving towards Edith!

Star Trek TOS: City on the Edge of Forever
Season 1, Episode 28
TNL Rating: 10 Sublime
Running Time 2:08

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This is probably the #1 Star Trek TOS episode there is. McCoy goes mad and beams down onto an unknown planet, jumping into a time portal, disrupting the formation of the United Federation of Planets. Kirk and Spock must go back and fix what McCoy has wrought.

Episode Pictures (click for hi-res):

McCoy accidentally injects himself

McCoy accidentally injects himself

The Guardian of Forever. Notice on the background painting that you can see how the ruins go on forever. Of course, I dare you to see that on a TV from 1967.

The Guardian of Forever. Notice on the background painting that you can see how the ruins go on forever. Of course, I dare you to see that on a TV from 1967.

The Guardian speaks.

The Guardian speaks.

McCoy evades Scotty and Lt Galloway. Interesting Galloway survived the Miri virus, Landru, and imprisonment on Eminar VII before this mission. He was eventually killed by the insane Starfleet Captain Tracey.

McCoy evades Scotty and Lt Galloway. Interesting Galloway survived the Miri virus, Landru, and imprisonment on Eminar VII before this mission. He was eventually killed by the insane Starfleet Captain Tracey.

The crew watching the time portal. This is a great shot.

The crew watching the time portal. This is a great shot.

Spock watching Captain Kirk explain his ears to a policeman.

Spock watching Captain Kirk explain his ears to a policeman.

Spock and Kirk run past the 21st street mission.

Spock and Kirk run past the 21st street mission.

Edith Keeler is making the bums

Edith Keeler is making the bums “pay” for their food by talking about science fiction. I’d buy that for a dollar!

Kirk always knew those big ears would be useful for something. Who knew it would be cracking a combination lock! I looked up the history of combination locks, and found the earliest known example is from ancient Rome!

Kirk always knew those big ears would be useful for something. Who knew it would be cracking a combination lock! I looked up the history of combination locks, and found the earliest known example is from ancient Rome!

Floyds Barber Shop is proof they were in Mayberry (The Andy Griffith Show). Now if only Don Knotts had been the policeman interrogating them!

Floyds Barber Shop is proof they were in Mayberry (The Andy Griffith Show). Now if only Don Knotts had been the policeman interrogating them!

Proof of Edith Keeler's death. I always loved these shots of Star Trek technology

Proof of Edith Keeler’s death. I always loved these shots of Star Trek technology “working.”

Spock's mnemonic memory circuit blows a tube! This was another great set.

Spock’s mnemonic memory circuit blows a tube! This was another great set.

McCoy almost assaults a hobo in this wonderful scene of insane McCoy.

McCoy almost assaults a hobo in this wonderful scene of insane McCoy.

The hobo, Rodent by name, accidentally  annihilates himself. This was shocking to me when I was a child.

The hobo, Rodent by name, accidentally annihilates himself. This was shocking to me when I was a child.

McCoy being nursed back to health by Edith Keeler.

McCoy being nursed back to health by Edith Keeler.

Yes McCoy, Kirk knows what he's just done. He knows.  This was terrific acting by William Shatner - and the entire crew for that matter.

Yes McCoy, Kirk knows what he’s just done. He knows. This was terrific acting by William Shatner – and the entire crew for that matter.

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