Season Two Overview.
After the first season of The Next Generation premiered, it become clear that the show was successful enough to warrant further seasons. After dealing with cast changes, a writers' strike, and a now-famous beard, Season Two is a bit of an anomaly within TNG. In this episode of Earl Grey hosts Phillip Gilfus, Darren Moser, and Daniel Proulx discuss their favorite and least favorite episodes, character changes, and even the infamous "Shades of Grey" clip show.
Phillip Gilfus, Darren Moser, and Daniel Proulx
GREAT RIKER'S BEARD!
Shades of Grey
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The Lost Episodes, Part 1. Discussion on two never-produced episodes of The Next Generation.
Romantic Relationships on TNG, Part 2. Discussion of more romances on The Next Generation.
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Schisms. Discussion on the scary and funny elements of the episode Schisms.
Dwight Schultz Interview. Interview with Dwight Schultz, who played Lt. Barclay on The Next Generation and Voyager.
James L. Conway Interview. The director of eighteen episodes of Star Trek from 1987 to 2005 across four series is interviewed.
Trek Madness. Part 2 of a crossover with Standard Orbit comparing TNG Season 7 and TOS Season 3.