Sunday, July 28, 2013

Star Trek: The Next Generation - Syfy: Marathon Schedule Aug 2 '13

Source: Syfy schedulebot [NOTE: Syfy schedule subject to change(s)]

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Star Trek: The Next Generation cast includes Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, LeVar Burton, Marina Sirtis, Brent Spiner, Michael Dorn, Gates McFadden, Wil Wheaton, Colm Meaney and Denise Crosby.


08:00 AM The Naked Now

While investigating mysterious deaths, Geordi (LeVar Burton) becomes infected with a mind-altering illness that spreads to the rest of the Enterprise crew

Guest stars include Brooke Bundy, Benjamin Lum, Michael Rider, David Renan, Skip Stellrecht and Kenny Koch.

09:00 AM The Big Goodbye

In this Emmy-winning episode, Picard (Patrick Stewart), Crusher (Gates McFadden) and Data (Brent Spiner) re-create 1941 San Francisco via the holodeck, but when the system malfunctions, they find themselves at bay in the 20th century.

Guest stars include Lawrence Tierney, Harvey Jason, William Boyett, David Selburg, Gary Armagnac, Mike Genovese, Dick Miller, Carolyn Allport and Rhonda Aldrich.


10:00 AM The Arsenal Of Freedom

While the crew searches for a missing spacecraft on the planet Minos, site of a lost civilization, Picard (Patrick Stewart) and Crusher (Gates McFadden) disappear.

Guest stars include Vincent Schiavelli, Marco Rodríguez, Vyto Ruginis, Julia Nickson and George De La Pena.

11:00 AM Skin Of Evil

After crashing the shuttlecraft onto Vagra 2, Troi (Marina Sirtis) is held hostage by a sadistic creature that delights in taunting the rescue team.

Guest stars include Mart McChesney, Walker Boone, Brad Zerbst and Raymond Forchion.


12:00 PM Elementary, Dear Data

When the crew gets a few days off, Geordi (LeVar Burton) plans a diversion for himself and Data (Brent Spiner) on the holodeck---they play Holmes and Watson in Victorian England.

Guest stars include Diana Muldaur, Daniel Davis, Alan Shearman, Biff Manard, Anne Ramsay and Richard Merson.

01:00 PM The Measure Of A Man

The officer of a new starbase orders Data to be disassembled for study. When Data (Brent Spiner) refuses, a Judge Advocate General (Amanda McBroom) sets up a hearing with Picard (Patrick Stewart) as defense counsel and Riker (Jonathan Frakes) as prosecutor.

Guest stars include Diana Muldaur, Amanda McBroom, Clyde Kusatsu, Brian Brophy, Whoopi Goldberg and Hell on Wheels' Colm Meaney.

02:00 PM Time Squared

The Enterprise encounters a shuttlecraft with a double of Picard (Patrick Stewart) on board.

Guest stars include Diana Muldaur and Hell on Wheels' Colm Meaney.

03:00 PM Q Who?

Picard's (Patrick Stewart) archnemesis Q (John de Lancie) tosses the Enterprise into a deadly battle with the Borg, whose collective mind overpowers the starship's defenses.

Guest stars include John de Lancie, Lycia Naff, Hell on Wheels' Colm Meaney and Whoopi Goldberg.


04:00 PM Deja Q

Q (John de Lancie), once all-powerful mischief-maker of the universe, is condemned to life as a mortal and seeks sanctuary aboard the Enterprise.

Guest stars include Corbin Bernsen, John de Lancie, Whoopi Goldberg, Richard Cansino and Betty Muramoto.

05:00 PM A Matter Of Perspective

Riker (Jonathan Frakes) is accused of murdering a research scientist (Mark Margolis), and the Enterprise holodeck is programmed to re-create the events according to each witness's testimony.

Guest stars include Craig Richard Nelson, Gina Hecht, Mark Margolis, Hell on Wheels' Colm Meaney and Juliana Donald.

06:00 PM Yesterday's Enterprise - * Superb Episode! *

A time rift alters history and reunites its crew with Tasha Yar (Denise Crosby) and with a ship thought to have been destroyed more than 20 years ago.

Guest stars include Denise Crosby, Christopher McDonald, Tricia O'Neil and Whoopi Goldberg.

07:00 PM Sarek

Sarek (Mark Lenard), the Vulcan ambassador, is uncharacteristically moody when aboard the Enterprise for a mission to establish ties with the Legaran.

Guest stars include Mark Lenard, Joanna Miles, William Denis, Rocco Sisto, Hell on Wheels' Colm Meaney and John H. Francis.

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