They are smiley. They are pudgy. They are incredibly deadly. The Enterprise comes across a benign seeming race known as Pakleds. They have much technology, but they cannot make it go. Luckily, Geordi La Forge can. He can fix lots of things. So the Pakleds decide to keep him. Now the Enterprise has to get him back, and quickly. Captain Picard is on space station 515. He is about to die and he needs the help of the Enterprise. Can the crew save both men? Find out when the Mission Log gets caught in a Samaritan Snare
Tags: biomolecular physiology, chemistry, Christopher Collins, Christopher Latta, Daniel Benzali, Einstein, Epsilon IX, Les Landau, Leslie Morris, Robert L. McCullough, Samaritan Snare, The Next Generation, The Next Generation Season 2, TNG
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You’ve heard us talk about the Transporter on Mission Log. Now you can watch us talk about the Transporter too! Rod, John and Ken explain how Mission Log came to be and why the Transporter is such an important tool for producing the show.
As you can see we’ve been busy rebuilding the site from the ground up! We’re well over a 100 episodes now and have an extensive collection of Discovered Documents that we needed to get organized and searchable.
You’ll notice the TNG face lift, but not to worry if you were a fan of the classic look, the site will still use that style when browsing any of The Original Series episode pages. The episodes have a nifty little player to listen to them right under the episode screenshot, which can be clicked if you want to zoom in. Whenever there are Discovered Documents related to an episode, they will show up right on the episode page along with a tag list for exploring related content and a comments section so we can hear back from you.
You should have no problem finding old episodes in our new episode archive, and if you’re looking for Discovered Documents, they’re more fun than ever to browse from the Documents page as well as using the tag lists and the search feature. The Discovered Documents are all thumb-nailed and conveniently open up in a slideshow box for easy viewing from page to page.
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