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==January==
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[[File:galaxy_class-tng-101-102.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D|U.S.S. ''Enterprise''-D]] ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[Encounter at Farpoint (Episode)|101-102]])]]
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* [[Stardate]] 42625.4 (6 January): [[Riker, William|Riker]], [[Worf]], and [[Data]] investigate a structure on the surface of an icy moon of a gas giant, which appears to be a hotel from [[Chronology: 20th Century|20th-century]] [[Earth]]. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[The Royale (Episode)|138]])
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* [[Stardate]] 42679.2 (25 January): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Picard, Jean-Luc|Picard]] encounters his [[Picard, Jean-Luc (Alternate)#NG139_Timeline|future self]] when the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D|''Enterprise'']] becomes caught in a time loop. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[Time Squared (Episode)|139]])
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* [[Stardate]] 42686.4 (28 January): [[Riker, William|Riker]]'s estranged father, [[Riker, Kyle|Kyle]], visits to brief him on the new ship for he's been offered command, and [[Worf]]'s friends discover he is about to miss an important [[Klingons|Klingon]] rite of passage. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[The Icarus Factor (Episode)|140]])
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* [[Stardate]] 42695.3 (31 January): The [[Prime Directive]] is threatened when [[Data]] befriends a child on a pre-[[warp drive|warp]] planet that is suffering from devastating volcanic activity. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[Pen Pals (Episode)|141]])
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==February==
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* [[Stardate]] 42761.3 (24 February): [[Q]] flings the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D|''Enterprise'']] 7,000 [[light year|light years]] beyond [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] space and introduces them to the deadly [[Borg]]. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[Q Who (Episode)|142]])
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==March==
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* [[Stardate]] 42779.1 (3 March): While [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Picard, Jean-Luc|Picard]] undergoes heart surgery, a group of seemingly dimwitted aliens, the [[Pakleds]], kidnap [[Starfleet Ranks#Lieutenant|Lieutenant]] [[La Forge, Geordi|La Forge]] to "make their ship go". ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[Samaritan Snare (Episode)|143]])
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* [[Stardate]] 42823.2 (19 March): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Picard, Jean-Luc|Picard]] must find a way to rescue two radically incompatible cultures, one a primitive Irish farming colony threatened by solar flares, and the other a colony of [[cloning|clones]] facing inevitable genetic degeneration. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[Up the Long Ladder (Episode)|144]])
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==April==
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* [[Stardate]] 42859.2 (1 April): [[Troi, Deanna|Troi]]'s mother [[Troi, Lwaxana|Lwaxana]] is in the market for a new husband, and she has set her sights on [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Picard, Jean-Luc|Picard]]. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[Manhunt (Episode)|145]])
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* [[Stardate]] 42901.3 (16 April): [[Worf]]'s [[K'Ehleyr|former lover]] comes aboard the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D|''Enterprise'']] to help deal with [[I.K.S. T'Ong|a ship]] full of [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] sleeper agents unaware they are no longer at war. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[The Emissary (Episode)|146]])
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* [[Stardate]] 42923.4 (25 April): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D|''Enterprise'']] and the [[U.S.S. Hathaway NCC-2593|''Hathaway'']] face off in simulated combat maneuvers. [[Data]] fails to beat a [[Zakdorn]] tactician at a game of [[Strategema]] and exhibits self-doubt. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[Peak Performance (Episode)|147]])
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==May==
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* [[Stardate]] 42976.1 (14 May): [[Starfleet Ranks#Commander|Commander]] [[Riker, William|Riker]] relives various moments of his service aboard the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D|''Enterprise'']] while he lay comatose following an accidental poisoning on the surface of an uncharted planet. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[Shades of Gray (Episode)|148]])
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==July==
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* [[Stardate]] 43125.8 (7 July): [[Nanites]] escape [[Crusher, Wesley|Wesley Crusher]]'s lab and form a collective intelligence, threatening the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D|''Enterprise'']]. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[Evolution (Episode)|150]])
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* [[Stardate]] 43133.3 (10 July): [[Data]] must persuade a stubborn colony to evacuate their homeland under threat of the [[Sheliak Corporate|Sheliak]]. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[The Ensigns of Command (Episode)|149]])
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* [[Stardate]] 43152.4 (17 July): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D|''Enterprise'']] investigates the last two survivors of an annihilated world, as the entire surface has been turned to dust except their one little garden and house. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[The Survivors (Episode)|151]])
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* [[Stardate]] 43173.5 (25 July): [[Ship's Counselor|Counselor]] [[Troi, Deanna|Troi]] and [[Starfleet Ranks#Commander|Commander]] [[Riker, William|Riker]] must rectify the damage done when two [[Mintakans|people]] from the pre-[[warp drive|warp]] [[Mintaka III]] catch a glimpse of a [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] observation team and conclude that [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Picard, Jean-Luc|Picard]] is a god. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[Who Watches the Watchers? (Episode)|152]])
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==August==
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* [[Stardate]] 43198.7 (5 August): A mysterious entity seeks to comfort [[Aster, Jeremy|a boy]] who has lost his mother in an accident on its planet. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[The Bonding (Episode)|153]])
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* [[Stardate]] 43205.6 (8 August): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D|''Enterprise'']] falls victim to an ancient booby trap set to snare starships. While in an effort to find an escape, [[Starfleet Ranks#Lieutenant|Lieutenant]] [[La Forge, Geordi|La Forge]] finds himself falling for the [[holodeck]]'s representation of an accomplished [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] engineer, Dr. [[Brahms, Leah|Leah Brahms]]. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[Booby Trap (Episode)154]])
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==September==
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* [[Stardate]] 43349.2 (27 September): [[La Forge, Geordi|La Forge]] is trapped on a harsh planet with a hostile [[Romulans|Romulan]] [[Romulan Rank#Centurion|centurion]] named [[Bochra]], and the two must work together to survive. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[The Enemy (Episode)|155]])
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==October==
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* [[Stardate]] 43385.6 (10 October): [[Troi, Deanna|Troi]] falls for a charismatic negotiator who vies for rights to a [[Barzan Wormhole|wormhole]]. But several different groups, including the [[Ferengi]], are after the wormhole, which may be the only known stable wormhole in existence. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[The Price (Episode)|156]])
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* [[Stardate]] 43421.9 (23 October): [[Riker, William|Riker]] exposes an assassin bent on carrying out an ancient blood feud in the midst of critical peace talks with a band of nomadic marauders. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[The Vengeance Factor (Episode)|157]])
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==November==
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* [[Stardate]] 43462.5 (7 November): Determined to avert a war, a [[Romulans|Romulan]] officer defects to warn [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Picard, Jean-Luc|Picard]] of his [[Romulan Star Empire|Empire]]'s invasion plans. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[The Defector (Episode)|158]])
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* [[Stardate]] 43489.2 (17 November): A genetically modified [[Danar, Roga|soldier]] reveals the social problems of a [[Angosia III|world]] hoping to join the [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]]. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[The Hunted (Episode)|159]])
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* [[Stardate]] 43510.7 (25 November): Dr. [[Crusher, Beverly|Crusher]] is kidnapped by terrorists who need medical assistance, as the technology employed in their attacks is detrimental to their own health. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[The High Ground (Episode)|160]])
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==December==
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* [[Stardate]] 43539.1 (5 December): The [[Q Continuum]] strips [[Q]] of his powers and dumps him aboard the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D|''Enterprise'']]. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[Deja Q (Episode)|161]])
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* [[Stardate]] 43610.4 (31 December): [[Commander]] [[Riker, William|Riker]] is accused of murder and the [[Holodeck|holodeck]] is used to reconstruct the events from different perspectives. ([[Star Trek: The Next Generation|TNG]] [[A Matter of Perspective (Episode)|162]])
  
 
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January

February

March

  • Stardate 42779.1 (3 March): While Captain Picard undergoes heart surgery, a group of seemingly dimwitted aliens, the Pakleds, kidnap Lieutenant La Forge to "make their ship go". (TNG 143)
  • Stardate 42823.2 (19 March): Captain Picard must find a way to rescue two radically incompatible cultures, one a primitive Irish farming colony threatened by solar flares, and the other a colony of clones facing inevitable genetic degeneration. (TNG 144)

April

May

  • Stardate 42976.1 (14 May): Commander Riker relives various moments of his service aboard the Enterprise while he lay comatose following an accidental poisoning on the surface of an uncharted planet. (TNG 148)

July

August

September

October

  • Stardate 43385.6 (10 October): Troi falls for a charismatic negotiator who vies for rights to a wormhole. But several different groups, including the Ferengi, are after the wormhole, which may be the only known stable wormhole in existence. (TNG 156)
  • Stardate 43421.9 (23 October): Riker exposes an assassin bent on carrying out an ancient blood feud in the midst of critical peace talks with a band of nomadic marauders. (TNG 157)

November

December

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