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Star Trek The Next Generation - The Complete Seventh Season (1994)

Patrick Stewart , Brent Spiner , Jonathan Frakes , LeVar Burton  |  NR |  DVD
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  • Actors: Patrick Stewart, Brent Spiner, Jonathan Frakes, LeVar Burton, Marina Sirtis
  • Directors: Jonathan Frakes, LeVar Burton, Gates McFadden, Alexander Singer, Cliff Bole
  • Format: Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: December 31, 2002
  • Run Time: 1174 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (327 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000063V8V
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,599 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Star Trek The Next Generation - The Complete Seventh Season" on IMDb

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  • Broadcast episodes of the entire seventh season (1993-94)
  • 26 episodes on 7 discs
  • Featurettes: Mission Overview: Year Seven (cast and crew discuss the final season and their transition to the feature film Star Trek Generations; LeVar Burton reminisces about working with Ben Vereen in "Interface" and Wil Wheaton and Ron Moore recall "Journey's End"; A Captain's Tribute (Patrick Stewart pays tribute to each principal cast member): Departmental Briefing, Year Seven: Production (Gates McFadden discusses her directorial debut in "Genesis"; Jonathan Frakes recalls directing "Attached"; McFadden and Jeri Taylor delve into the roles of strong women and Patrick Stewart remembers becoming more physical in episodes like "Bloodlines"); The Making of "All Good Things" (cast and crew recollect the making of the final episode; includes footage from Entertainment Tonight); Starfleet Moments and Memories (cast and crew look back on seven years of shooting)
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine DVD preview

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26 episodes on 7 discs: Descent Part II, Liaisons, Interface, Gambit Part I, Gambit Part II, Phantasms, Dark Page, Attached, Force of Nature, Inheritance, Parallels, The Pegasus, Homeward, Sub Rosa, Lower Decks, Thine Own Self, Masks, Eye of the Beholder, Genesis, Journey's End, Firstborn, Bloodlines, Emergence, Preemptive Strike, All Good Things... Part I, All Good Things... Part II.

The seventh and final season of Star Trek: The Next Generation will always remain a curiosity in TV sci-fi history. Despite the end being definite, despite Deep Space Nine taking over, despite knowing there'd be a movie six months after the series' end, and despite Babylon 5 starting that year with its predetermined story arc, there is nothing here to suggest things were coming to a close. Wesley finally gets dispatched ("Journey's End"), but everyone was waiting for that anyway. Some continuity was attempted: there's a sequel to season 1's "The Battle" ("Bloodlines"), Alexander follows the Klingon soap saga through ("Firstborn"), the Maquis and the Cardassians are mentioned several times, and there are final installments for Lwaxana Troi, Barclay, Lore, Guinan, and Ro Laren. None of this brings any form of resolution, however.

The one-off story lines seem to throw out ideas that beg for development. "Force of Nature" suggests frequent high-warp travel is damaging the very fabric of space/time. "Parallels" has Worf experiencing multiple realities, including one in which the Borg won at Wolf 359. "Lower Decks" finally introduces some secondary crew from the more than a thousand supposedly supporting Picard and company. There are even hints at some romance at long last between Dr. Crusher and Picard as well as Worf and Troi. In the long run, even after terrific guest spots from Trek alumni Armin Shimerman and Robin Curtis, and from Paul Sorvino and Kirsten Dunst, there's one thing for which the final year is remembered: "All Good Things..." is a near-perfect denouement for the show. With terrific production values and FX, not to mention standout performances from all concerned, it was an amazing surprise to have Q suggest there'd been a story arc right from the get-go. If only this final script had been fully conceived earlier on, The Next Generation might not have been overshadowed by the glut of TV sci-fi that followed in its wake. --Paul Tonks

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5.0 out of 5 stars STNG 7 November 16, 2002
By Ned
In the 7th and final season, the crew runs into Hugh the Borg, Picard and DaiMon Bok meet again, we meet Data's mother, Worf's half human brother, Wesley is back, and Tash Yar returns in the final two-part episode.
All 26 episodes are contained on 7 disks.
1) Descent (part 2) - Taken prisoner by Lore and the Borg, the away team consisting of Picard, Troi and Geordi is trapped while the Enterprise is attacked by the Borg ship. Riker and Worf, discover that Hugh, a Borg, is in hiding on the planet.
2) Liaisons - Picard's shuttlecraft crash lands and when he leaves to look for medical aid for the pilot, he meets a woman named Anna, who has apparently been stranded alone on the planet for seven years. Anna won't let Picard leave and he finds out that no there is really alive.
3) Interface - A new interface is being tested by Geordi to control remote unmanned probes. Utilizing his visor implants, Geordi is able to see, hear, and experience whatever conditions the probe encounters.
4/5) Gambit (part 1/2) - Captain Picard is missing and Riker, Troi, Worf and Crusher are searching for him on Desica II. Riker goes to a planet in the Barada system where he finds out that Galen is Picard. Riker joins the Baran's. A Romulan mercenary Tallera reveals herself as an undercover Vulcan security agent, and she earns Picard's trust enough for him to reveal his own identity. Riker is left for dead on the Enterprise by Picard to resume command.
6) Phantasms - The Enterprise receives a new warp-core, which does not work. Data experiences his first set of nightmares that drives him to commit acts of violence.
7) Dark Page - Lwaxana visits the Enterprise along with a small delegation of Icarans, who communicate in telepathic imagery with no verbal elements whatsoever.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Next Generation graduates boldly bow out... January 13, 2003
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The seventh season of TNG was a mixed bag; the show's budget had been reduced and many on the writing staff moved over to the new hot property DS9 (in fact The Storyteller episode of DS9 was originally written for TNG). Nevertheless, there were a number of stand out episodes during the seventh season.
I've seen many fans complain about Masks. It's an intriguing and well written episode that allows Brent Spiner shine. It's a little unclear at the resolution what the artifact was attempting to do by transforming the Enterprise into a dead civilization but it still manages to work despite it's shortcomings.
Although Genesis seems to rush to its conclusion (it could easily have been stretched to a two part episode), Gates McFadden's sharp direction creates an errie mood. It's one of the few episodes that recall Cat's Paw from the original series. It's definitely a Halloween type of episode and is filled with interesting make up designs. It's also Reg Barclay's swansong on the series. A pity he wasn't used more during TNG films (although his brief appearance in First Contact was welcome).
Gambit parts 1 & 2 don't quite live up to the potential of some of the previous two-parters. It's a fun but awkward mix of swashbuckling space opera and Trek themes.
All Good Things brings the series to an artful and powerful conclusion. Well written and directed, AGT is what the first TNG film should have been. Patrick Stewart gives a powerful performance as Picard from the time he took command of the Enterprise to his retirement tending grapes in the family vineyard. The effects work is top notch and we get one last glimpse of Q in TNG. The ending suggested that there was (however loose)a 7 year story arc all along.
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89 of 105 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Season Finale. A Lot Better than the others June 4, 2002
Descent, Part II -- Picard, Troi and Geordi are held prisoner by Data, who has joined his evil brother Lore in assuming leadership of the Borg. (Stars Jonathan Del Arco who reprises his role as Hugh from Season Five's "I, Borg")
Liaisons -- While the crew plays host to a cultural exchange with some Iyaaran ambassadors, Picard is stranded on a barren planet with a woman who falls desperately in love with him.
Interface -- Geordi defies Picard's commands and risks his life in what appears to be a futile attempt to rescue his missing mother.
Gambit, Part I -- Picard and Riker becomes part of a mercenary ship and crew. (Stars Richard Lynch from Invasion U.S.A., and Puppet Master 3. Also stars Robin Curtis from Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, and Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)
Gambit, Part II -- Picard and Riker masquerade as mercenaries in order to retrieve a potentially lethal Vulcan artifact. (Stars Richard Lynch from Invasion U.S.A., and Puppet Master 3. Also stars Robin Curtis from Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, and Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)
Phantasms -- Data's first bad dream turns into a real-life nightmare for the rest of the U.S.S. Enterprise crew.
Dark Page -- Troi must probe her mother's psyche when a traumatic secret causes a psychic breakdown that threatens Lwaxana's life.
Attached -- Imprisoned and telepathically joined by an alien race, Picard and Beverly are forced to face the deep feelings they have always had for each other.
Force of Nature -- An alien brother and sister resort to desperate measures to prove their theory that warp drive is destroying the universe.
Inheritance -- A routine mission to save an endangered planet brings Data face-to-face with a woman who claims to be his mother.
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Up 20 dollars in one day. Whats the Deal?
Supply and demand. I've noticed the fluctuation increase since before Thanksgiving. It's Christmas so sellers are getting what they can for it. Before T-day, most of the series was about $27-35/season. Wait til mid Jan, it should go back down by then.
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