In the third season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, the mission goes further. Dr. Beverly Crusher (Gates McFadden) returns to the ship. A cross-time encounter with another Enterprise leads to the return of deceased crew member Tasha Yar. A humiliated Q learns what it means to be merely human. The legendary Vulcan Ambassador Sarek, Spock's father, must cope with this long-suppressed emotions. And Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) faces the greatest threat of his career when he takes on the Borg in a breathtaking showdown.
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So great to see The Next Generation in such a high quality HD picture and terrific sound! Even some of the effects are brought up to date! And this season starts off with a bang with the episode Evolution and then is followed up with quality episodes such as The Survivors, Booby Trap, Deja Q and the time travelling Yesterday's Enterprise! Can't wait to continue the adventures in season 4!
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I always remember Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 3 as being the one where it really kicked off. This is the moment when it cast off the original show and became something very special in its own right. The big episodes such as Yesterday's Enterprise, The Offspring, Sins of the Father etc. are rendered beautifully, never before have any of the Star Treks looked so sensational. But by watching the whole season again from start to finish, there are so many little gems that I don't remember from before, so we've been enjoying it even for the not so good episodes. It has good extras and detailed background info in both the commentaries. Despite the fact that this is 23 years old, it looks and sounds simply stunning, and is my favorite watch at the moment.
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