Category: star trek the next generation

Denise Crosby, who played Tasha Yar on Star Tr…

Denise Crosby, who played Tasha Yar on Star Trek: The Next Generation, in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment: She can be seen in the background waving goodbye. This was her last day of filming on the show as a regular cast member.

Star Trek The Next Generation by PZNS

Star Trek The Next Generation by PZNS

It’ll never fly. I give it seven seasons and f…

It’ll never fly. I give it seven seasons and four movies, tops.

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There were some Buckaroo Banzai fans among the crew who…

There were some Buckaroo Banzai fans among the crew who brought “Star Trek: The Next Generation” to the small screen. Exhibit A: a Yoyodyne reference seen on a display in the less than stellar second season episode “Up the Long Ladder”.

Via The Vandar Star Trek TNG Celebrating 30 years!

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Star Trek TNG Celebrating 30 years!

September Q&A for the ST-TNG Enterprise D Virtual Full Ship…

September Q&A for the ST-TNG Enterprise D Virtual Full Ship
Recreation utilizing Unreal Engine 4.

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Science fiction movies and TV series often face the impossible…

Science fiction movies and TV series often face the impossible but inevitable task of imaging the clothes of the future. One short-lived experiment in future fashion was Star Trek: The Next Generation’s “Skant”.

Both male and female Starfleet officers and crew wore the garment, although it was seen more typically on background characters. It was a well-intentioned, if not always well-received, attempt to convey a 24th century where gender equality had progressed well beyond what was achieved in the late 1980s in which the show was produced.

By ST:TNG’s second season, sightings of the skant were, well, scant. Even then the garment was typically worn over a pair of trousers, most notably by Dr. Pulaski (Diana Muldaur).

Like a cloaking Romulan Warbird, the skant faded away and became little more than a footnote in the Fashion of the Final Frontier.

Rest in peace to Dexter Clay. The actor, musician, and author…

Rest in peace to Dexter Clay. The actor, musician, and author played an unnamed officer on the Enterprise-D during the first two seasons of “Star Trek: The Next Generation”.

Mr. Clay died on August 26, 2017 from cancer.