Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season 6 (1992 - 1993)



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Air date: Sep 21, 1992
Air date: Sep 28, 1992
Air date: Oct 5, 1992
Air date: Oct 12, 1992
Air date: Oct 19, 1992
Air date: Oct 26, 1992
Air date: Nov 2, 1992
Air date: Nov 9, 1992
Air date: Nov 16, 1992
Air date: Dec 14, 1992
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Season 6 sees the crew of the USS Enterprise head to 1890s San Francisco to rescue Data. Later in the season the crew face off against familiar enemies in Q and the Borg.


Patrick Stewart
as Capt. Jean-Luc Picard
Jonathan Frakes
as Cdr. William T. Riker
LeVar Burton
as Lt. Cdr. Geordi La Forge
Michael Dorn
as Lt. Worf
Marina Sirtis
as Counselor Deanna Troi
Brent Spiner
as Lt. Cdr. Data
Gates McFadden
as Dr. Beverly Crusher
Patti Yasutake
as Nurse Alyssa Ogawa
Denise Crosby
as Lt. Tasha Yar
Wil Wheaton
as Wesley Crusher
John Durbin
as Gul Lemec
Diana Muldaur
as Dr. Katherine `Kate' Pulaski
Ronny Cox
as Capt. Jellico
David Warner
as Gul Madred
Natalija Nogulich
as Adm. Nechayev
Mae Jemison
as Ens. Palmer
John Neville
as Isaac Newton
James Doohan
as Montgomery `Scotty' Scott
Norman Lloyd
as Prof. Galen
Ellen Bry
as Dr. Farallon
Michael Bofshever
as Romulan/Alien
Jerry Hardin
as Samuel Clemens
Daniel Davis
as Prof. Moriarty
David Selburg
as Dr. Syrus
Wendy Hughes
as Lt. Cmdr.Nella Daren
Salome Jens
as Humanoid
Chip Lucia
as Ambassador Ves Alcar
Renata Scott
as Adm. Hayes
Rene Jones
as Lt. (jg) Aquiel Uhnari
Dennis Cockrum
as Alien Captain
Lucy Boryer
as Ens. Janeway
Tim Russ
as Devor
Andrew Prine
as Administrator
Jim Norton
as Albert Einstein
Pamela Kosh
as Mrs. Carmichael
Scott Trost
as Shipley
J. Downing
as Transporter Chief Kelso
John DeMita
as Sickbay Romulan
William Boyett
as Policeman
Olivia d'Abo
as Amanda Rogers
John de Mita
as Sickbay Romulan
Peter Slutsker
as Dr. Reyga
Lou Wagner
as DaiMon Solok
Stacie Foster
as Lt. Bartel
Clint Carmichael
as Nausicaan No. 1
Allan Dean Moore
as Wounded Crew Member
James Gleason
as Dr. Appollinaire
Jorge Cervera Jr.
as Mexican Bandit
Maurice Roëves
as Romulan Captain
Thomas Belgrey
as Crew Member
John S. Ragin
as Dr. Christopher
Richard Gilbert-Hill
as Borg #1 (Bosus)
John Nelson
as Medical Technician
Mary Stein
as Alien Nurse
Megan Parlen
as Young Ro
Pamela Winslow
as Ensign McKnight
Alexander Enberg
as Young Reporter
Arlee Reed
as Waiter
Isis Carmen Jones
as Young Guinan
Mike Gomez
as DaiMon Lurin
Hana Hatae
as Molly O'Brien
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Critic Reviews for Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 6

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (2)

The Next Generation take is darker and more politically progressive: Torture is counterproductive for the interrogator and devastating-both physically and emotionally-for the subject.

Oct 3, 2017 | Full Review…
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By the time Season 6's "Relics" came around the show's trips back to the Kirk/Spock well had perhaps gone too far...But it's Scotty's session with Picard that provides one of the finest moments in all of Trek.

Oct 3, 2017 | Full Review…

There are some solid episodes in the season, but not too many of them come close to the greatness that was seen in the previous seasons.

Oct 2, 2017 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

As a whole, Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 6 might well be the finest complete season the series ever produced and well worth a look or a re-look.

Oct 2, 2017 | Full Review…

It's been a good season by and large, certainly better than I was expecting.

Oct 2, 2017 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…
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Audience Reviews for Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season 6


Star Trek: The Next Generation carries on without creator Gene Roddenberry in its sixth season. Season 6 also marks the launch of Trek's first spin-off series, Deep Space Nine, and its first cross-over episode "Birthright." Yet this branching off comes with the loss of Colm Meaney from the recurring cast, along with several others from TNG's creative team. Still, the writers deliver a number of impressive episodes, including "True Q," "Chain Of Command," "Ship in a Bottle," and "Rightful Heir." And, such guest stars as Olivia d'Abo, Ronny Cox, and original series cast member James Doohan beam aboard. Season 6 of Star Trek: The Next Generation continues to deliver entertaining adventures, but somehow it seems a little less ambitious than previous seasons; sticking to what has worked in the past rather than boldly going where no one has gone before.


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