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Yesterday's Enterprise

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Title : Yesterday's Enterprise Rating : 5
First Aired : 19 Feb 1990 Stardate : 43625.2
Director : David Carson Year : 2366
Writers : Eric A. Stillwell, Trent Christopher Ganino Season : 3
Rating : 4.8000 for 5 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Indefatigable Rating : 5
Review : A truly excellent offering. The smooth change into a different timeline was very neat. Everything was the same, yet it was different, and that went for the characters as well. Picard was still the same Picard, yet in a much darker world. However, I am sure that 'our' Picard would have made exactly the same decision, even if based on such shaky evidence. Tasha Yar comes back from the dead, and yet she is just the same as before. Bringing her back was exactly the right thing to do. Obviously, Worf had to disappear (although I would not be surprised if he was on one of the Birds of Prey) and so it makes sense to bring Tasha in. Guinan, as always, was excellent, and I am glad that they did not overuse her throughout the series. Finally, watching the E-D going down in flames was quite a sight. History should never forget the name - Enterprise.
Reviewer : James Hill Rating : 4
Review : Stunning ep from start to finish!! This episode still make my hairs stand on end even now after all these years! For me there are plenty of reasons to like this ep: 1. We get to see the Enterprise C (+ the new class of ship) 2. Tasha is brought back in a believliable way! 3. Watching the Enterprise D fight to the Death. 4. The draker themed Federation and the highten conflict between Picard and Riker. 5. The reveloation that the Federation would fall within 6 month was especially cool! Any complaints?? Well would have been nice to see Worf on the Klingon ships but apart from that it is a perfect episode and for me marked a turning point in TNG!
Reviewer : James Hill Rating : 5
Review : Stunning ep from start to finish!! This episode still make my hairs stand on end even now after all these years! For me there are plenty of reasons to like this ep: 1. We get to see the Enterprise C (+ the new class of ship) 2. Tasha is brought back in a believliable way! 3. Watching the Enterprise D fight to the Death. 4. The draker themed Federation and the highten conflict between Picard and Riker. 5. The reveloation that the Federation would fall within 6 month was especially cool! Any complaints?? Well would have been nice to see Worf on the Klingon ships but apart from that it is a perfect episode and for me marked a turning point in TNG!
Reviewer : Michael Anthony Estes Rating : 5
Review : Overall, I thought it was a pretty good episode, worthy of it actually being made a movie. Too bad the ones who make the movies didn't think of it. :( >:( Still, one of my MOST FAVORITE high ranking episodes of all time. My favorite part of it was the battle at the end of it. I thought it was nice to see that even the legendary starship Enterprise falls after a lengthy struggle. The Enterprise going down in flames has GOT to be the best part. Reminds me of the quote from Galaxy Quest: "Never Give Up, Never Surrender." Definitely a 5 out of 5! :)
Reviewer : Tinadrin Chelnor Rating : 5
Review : An absolutely awesome episode, one of my favourites. The militarisation of Starfleet after a 20 year war that had cost 40 billion lives, the revelation that the Federation would be forced to surrender within 6 months, and the final showdown between the Enterprise-D and the Klingon battlecruisers was great. "Let's make sure history never forgets the name, Enterprise!" "That'll be the day!". It was a cool way to bring Tasha back, and then allow her to give her death meaning. It's a pity Worf wasn't on board a Klingon vessel, but all in all a great episode.
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