00-bridge-crew-passed-outA great shot – the bridge crew are knocked unconscious.

Star Trek TNG: Clues
Season 4, Episode 14
TNL Rating: 6 Solid
Running Time 1:24

Crew of the Relativity

  • Captain Chris Sixx, a Trill
  • Science Officer Keri, possibly a Q
  • Engineering Officer Mike, a photonic engineer
  • Hologram Ben, a photonic person who interferes

Join the crew of the USS Relativity in the 31st century as they travel back in time to review previous missions of great Starfleet ships and space stations. After reviewing each episode, the crew also tries earning a quatload of quatloos by answering historical trivia.

Episode Info

After an apparent encounter with a wormhole, the crew of the Enterprise all fall unconscious for 30 seconds. After they wake up, they slowly start to find clues that it they were unaware of a much larger gap in time.

Episode Pictures (click for hi-res):

 

Klingon Yoga 101

Klingon Yoga 101

Guinan looking hot!

Guinan looking hot!

Guinan forgot how these things worked!

Guinan forgot how these things worked!

This is what you do for fun?

This is what you do for fun?

Data performs the Riker Maneuver. Too bad he used the wrong leg.

Data performs the Riker Maneuver. Too bad he used the wrong leg.

Once again, something happens to Diana against her will.

Once again, something happens to Diana against her will.

The green energy field strikes the Enterprise!

The green energy field strikes the Enterprise!

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Next Episode: As the Relatively heads toward 200, they first have to drop by Deep Space 9 to see how love has infected several individuals as they review “Looking for Par’Mach in all the Wrong Places.”

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