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Where No One Has Gone Before
Stardate 41263.1
Star Trek: The Next Generation, episode 6 (1.6)

Last Modified: 28 Jun 2006 13:30:03

         
Cast:
Patrick Stewart   IMDB   Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Jonathan Frakes   IMDB   Commander William T. Riker
Levar Burton   IMDB   Lieutenant JG Geordi La Forge
Denise Crosby   IMDB   Lieutenant Tasha Yar
Michael Dorn   IMDB   Lieutenant JG Worf
Gates McFadden   IMDB   Commander Beverly Crusher
Marina Sirtis   IMDB   Lt. Commander Deanna Troi
Brent Spiner   IMDB   Lt. Commander Data
Wil Wheaton   IMDB   Wesley Crusher
Guest Cast:
Stanley Kamel   IMDB   Kosinski
Eric Menyuk   IMDB   The Traveler
Herta Ware   IMDB   Maman Picard
Biff Yeager   IMDB   Lt. Commander Argyle
Charles Dayton   IMDB   Crew Member
Victoria Dillard   IMDB   Ballerina
Music:
Ron Jones   IMDB
Director:
Rob Bowman   IMDB
Author:
Diane Duane   IMDB
Michael Reaves   IMDB
Published
Laser Disc   ST:TNG LaserDisc Volume 03
DVD   ST:TNG DVD 1.2
VHS   ST:TNG VHS 1.2
Teaser
The Next Generation Teaser #006: Where No One Has Gone Before

Teenager Wesley Crusher and a dying alien are the crew's only hope for escape from a bizarre galaxy where thoughts become real.
Synopsis
The U.S.S. Enterprise and crew travel to uncharted territory when a test on the ship's propulsion system backfires and blasts the starship more than a billion light years from their own galaxy.

The blame for the mishap is originally placed on an arrogant Starfleet propulsion expert. However, it is eventually discovered that the mental powers of a meek, humanoid alien (acting as the propulsion expert's assistant), was the true catalyst for this potential catastrophe.

Complicating the dilemma of being lost in space, the physical and mental world are integrated in this galaxy - what the crew thinks becomes real. After seeing his crew as well as himself experience alternate realities, Captain Picard orders the passengers of the starship to control their thoughts.

To make matters worse, their only hope of returning to their own galaxy lies in the mental abilities of the alien, who is exhausted and dying. The Captain and crew soon discover they must focus their thoughts on the assistant's recovery in order to discover a way back to their galaxy.
Reviews

By Dark Materia on 13 Dec 2002 14:00:28
The best episode of the season. The acting may be bad but the story is very interesting and the effects are relatively good. Picard stepping out of a Turbolift into open space is startling. The Traveller is decidedly enigmatic and cool. Wesley is actually very good in this show. We hear about his extraordinary powers for the first time here.

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