Following the signal trace of the seed to a hidden Romulan base, Ensign Soval must discover it’s location and destroy
Redemption: Part II
Worf and Gowron’s supporters are losing the civil war to the House of Duras. It’s up to Picard and an armada of starships to blockade the Romulan – Klingon border to expose the unscrupulous Romulan plot…
The Trekzone Review
I can’t believe it’s been four months between episodes for me! And after being a little disillusioned with the remastering of the Original Series… I’m back to loving the remastering process. As I said over in the TOS section, while CBS were faithful to the original edit – they had to bring alot of the effects shots into CGI, and that’s what killed it for me. On the other hand, the original 35mm prints of studio models have been complemented by subtle computer generated effects.
I’d still love to see these in widescreen, but sadly they were never shot that way… I guess we should just be lucky that they didn’t shoot them on video – or worse, not save the original negatives!
This episode, just like Space Seed, helped to set the stage for a movie and it also gives Worf some nice tidy character building, finishing off from last season.
Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard
Jonathan Frakes as Will Riker
Gates McFadden as Beverley Crusher
Brent Spiner as Data
Levar Burton as Geordi LaForge
Michael Dorn as Worf
Marina Sirtis as Deanna Troi
Michael G. Hagerty
Ronald D. Moore
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As we round out a sombre week here at Trekzone, lets flash back to That Time When Larry Nemecek beamed
It was the mid 2000’s. Enterprise had just teased us with the Romulan War building before UPN pulled the plug.