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Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 3

Patrick Stewart , Brent Spiner , Jonathan Frakes , Chip Chalmers    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
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Star Trek: The Next Generation's third year was an important development in syndicated television. After two shaky years, Paramount nonetheless decided the franchise still had plenty to do. Their confidence was bolstered by two significant factors. First, cast uncertainties were finally settled: Gates McFadden (Dr. Crusher) was back for good; Denise Crosby (Tasha Yar) regretted her first-year departure, and so contrived a return in the Emmy Award-winning "Yesterday's Enterprise"; and Whoopi Goldberg happily continued her actor's-scale contributions.

Second, after the show had survived the previous year's writers' strike, new writing blood revitalized both characters and ideas: Data experienced fatherhood ("The Offspring"), Worf's Klingon heritage kick-started a huge story arc ("Sins of the Father"), and Picard got a saucy vacation ("Captain's Holiday"). There were memorable star cameos: John de Lancie played more mischief alongside Corbin Bernsen ("Déjà Q"); Dwight Schultz played truant in a gentle warning about addiction ("Hollow Pursuits"); and pleasing fans even more was Mark Lenard as Spock's dad ("Sarek"). The strongest evidence that TNG would continue for some time was the trend-setting cliffhanger finale. Fans and critics still agree that "The Best of Both Worlds" (properly introducing the Borg) was one of the greatest tricks ever pulled on TV to make audiences come back for more. --Paul Tonks

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26 episodes on 7 discs: Evolution, The Ensigns of Command, The Survivors, Who Watches the Watchers, The Bonding, Booby Trap, The Enemy, The Price, The Vengeance Factor, The Defector, The Hunted, The High Ground, Deja Q, A Matter of Perspective, Yesterday's Enterprise, The Offspring, Sins of the Father, Allegiance, Captain's Holiday, Tin Man, Hollow Pursuits, The Most Toys, Sarek, Menage a Troi, Transfigurations, The Best of Both Worlds Part 1.


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best rebounds you'll ever see! April 13 2004
Format:DVD
Let's face it...the Second Season for Star Trek: The Next Generation was by far the weakest of the seven, but it did manage to keep the show moving. It introduced the BORG, a villain that would remain a part of Star Trek all the way through Voyager and even into Enterprise. At the end of the second season you saw only 22 episodes due to a strike by the writing staff. Everyone was wondering how the third season would shape up and if the show would rebound. Boy did it rebound! The third season began with a brand new writing staff including Ronald D. Moore and Michael Pillar and began the series on its final five SUPERB seasons. In the third season we saw the return of Denise Crosby and Tasha Yar and we got a deeper and more personal look at the BORG. Season three also marks the return of Gates McFadden and Dr. Beverly Crusher (GREAT MOVE!). Season three truely ushered in a new era of Star Trek Storytelling.
Personal favorite episodes:
Evolution, The Bonding, Booby Trap, The Enemy, The Defector, Deja Q, A Matter Of Perspective, Yesterday's Enterprise, The Offspring, Sins of the Father, Sarek, and The Best of Both Worlds
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ST TNG 3 May 9 2002
By Ned
Format:DVD
This third release of Star Trek The Next Generation on DVD contains all of the episodes of its third season. During the third season we see Dr. Crusher return to the series, we see Sarek (Spock's Father) and a favorite of many the Borg are back.
All 26 episodes are contained on 7 disks.
Evolution - The crew assists Dr. Paul Stubbs in a research experiment. Wesley accidentally releases nanites and the ship is plagued by serious malfunction and possible disaster.
The Ensigns of Command - Data is sent to Tau Cygna Five to evacuate the human settlers there before the Sheliak come to destroy them.
The Survivors - The Enterprise finds two survivors on Delta Rana IV, an old man and his wife who refuse to leave. Troi is being driven mad by music in her head, and Picard wrestles with an elusive alien vessel in orbit.
Who Watches the Watchers - Riker and Troi masquerade as Mintakans, in an attempt to find a missing anthropologist. Picard is seen and believed him to be a god.
The Bonding - An archaeologist is killed on an Away mission, leaving behind his young son. Picard must play a game of wits with a powerful alien force that wants to raise the boy.
Bobby Trap - The Enterprise becomes ensnared in a 1000-year-old booby trap.
The Enemy - Marooned on Galorndan Core with a Romulan crash survivor, Bochra, Geordi and he must learn to put their differences aside in order to survive.
The Price - The Enterprise is host to the negotiations of the rights to the Barzan Wormhole. But a Ferengi DaiMon has plans to sabotage the conference, and Troi learns a dark secret about Devinoni Ral.
The Vengeance Factor - The Enterprise attempts to assist in the cease-fire between the Acamarians and the Gatherers.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Huge hit with a huge blunder May 30 2002
Format:DVD
In the first episode we see the return of Dr. Crusher. I can't tell you all how much of a relief it was to see her return this season. I was so glad they got rid of the annoying Dr. Pulaski when Beverly came back. The Pulaski character was annoying like nails are on a blackboard. Plus she was too condescending towards Data. Please, someone warp her to the nearest blackhole and shove her out an airlock. Then the return of Tasha in Yesterdays Enterprise...worst thing they could have done. I actually did like her until she left ST:TNG to pursue a career on the big screen. (I feel it did help the rest of the characters evolve though, when she did leave.) Then, she did what she could to get back on the series after her movie career was a huge flop. Can anyone really remember a movie she was in. Lets see, does a glow-in-the-dark condem mean anything to anyone. They should have left her in dry dock. Well, the studio let her come back...again (in future episodes) where she plays her own daughter, which is a Romulan, and who has huge chip on her shoulders towards the Federation for the death of her mother. Hmmmmm, wasn't it Tasha who wanted to return with the Enterprise-C to help make her death mean something and to help the undermanned crew of the ship. I guess Tasha didn't instill that ethic of altruism in her daughter before she died. If anything, the studio should have used her daughter to unite and bring The Federation and The Romulans closer together instead of keeping them enemies.
Otherwise this was an excellent season. The characters have become the crew of the enterprise that I will always think of them as. The actors seem to have grown into their characters and all that needs to be done with them now is to have the characters evolve.
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5.0 out of 5 stars TREK AT IT'S BEST July 19 2004
Format:DVD
THE THIRD SEASON OF STAR TREK THE NEXT GENERATION IS PROBABLY THE BEST OF THE SERIES.THERE IS A GREAT DEAL OF CHARACTER DEVELOPEMENT AND THE STORIES ARE VERY WELL WRITTEN.
BEING A LONG TIME STAR TREK FAN FROM THE OLD DAYS, I MUST ADMIT I WAS SCEPTICAL ABOUT TNG, BUT I WAS VERY IMPPRESSED WITH
IT, AND THE THIRD SEASON IS A DELIGHT TO VIEW!
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Best Trek Season...Ever. April 28 2003
Format:DVD
Season 3 of TNG was the best Season of ANY Trek spinoff...ever. Character development was matched by unpredictable plots and some damn fine acting. By far, the best moment was when the pale-faced Picard/Locutus addressed acting-Captain Riker with the words, "Resistance is Futile".
However, look at episodes: "Yesterday's Enterprise", "Sins of the Father", "The Child", "Tin Man", "Sarek", and the career making episode for Wesley Crusher, "Menage a Troi"... these are the best episodes of the season and the through-lines of the season is an admirable accomplishment.
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1.0 out of 5 stars For God's sake
If you need to get a Star Trek buy Deep Space NINE or wait for Voyager. Your best bet is to get the Farscape sets or Babylon 5. Read more
Published on Sept. 22 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars third season, Best of the Best!
This is where Star Trek TNG carved its own niche in television history. This is where it finally grew its own identity and stood alone. Dr. Read more
Published on March 4 2003 by Ryan
4.0 out of 5 stars Keeps the SciFi buff out of YOUR hair!
Although I'm a fan of ST:TNG, I am not as "fanatical" as my hubby is... however... give the man the Series on DVD and he's out from underfoot so I can roam about the house... Read more
Published on Jan. 4 2003 by Read, Laugh, Love, Imagine
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Season
Season Three of Star Trek: TNG was full of spectacular episodes, from the philisophical "Who Watches The Watchers? Read more
Published on Dec 31 2002
5.0 out of 5 stars Not much stands out until until the season cliffhanger
Most of the main characters have a personal crisis of one kind or another(including Q if you can believe it). Read more
Published on Dec 10 2002 by Scott
5.0 out of 5 stars This IS a great boxed set
We now see the release of Season 3 on DVD, now compare this to the original series,
3 seasons of TNG, 20 discs, right,
3 seasons of TOS, 40 discs, interesting,
Its... Read more
Published on Nov. 23 2002 by Chris
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy it, watch it, keep it.
I wasn't into Star Trek TNG when it was on TV, so I wasn't sure what I was getting into when I purchased this season on DVD (and seasons 1,2 & 4 at roughly the same time). Read more
Published on Nov. 3 2002 by Roger J. Buffington
4.0 out of 5 stars I can't rate just one!
I love the ST:TNG cast, but when it originally aired I never did get to see all of the episodes. I can't rate just one season, because all the years it spent on the air I have... Read more
Published on Oct. 29 2002 by DJ Heinlein
5.0 out of 5 stars TNG now has it's running legs!
From the beginning of the third season to the very last show of season 7, "All Good Things,", TNG is now running at full stride. Read more
Published on Sept. 8 2002 by K. Wyatt
5.0 out of 5 stars Where TNG finally hit its stride
Star Trek: The Next Generation didn't really hit its stride until the middle of the third season. After the shaky first season and the short second season, in the third season we... Read more
Published on Aug. 13 2002 by J. F. Cramer
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