Star Trek: The Next Generation

Season 1 Episode 24

We'll Always Have Paris

Aired Unknown May 02, 1988 on CBS

Episode Fan Reviews (10)

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  • A decent Episode with no real strengths, but no real weaknesses.

    The real key to this episode is that it dosen't do anything wrong, and throws an intresting problem into the path of the enterprise D's crew that's nowhere near as simple to solve as a bit of random technobable, instead they know from day one pretty much what they have to do to fix everything. This episode instead deals with the how of the execution of the solution, and a the ongoing effects of the problem. All of that though is held together by the simple fact that the episode dosen't do anything badly wrong. It dosen't do much absolutly brilliantly, but it dosen't get anything wrong eithier, a real rarity in any TV show, TNG included.

    The best bits as allways revolve around Picard and his past, but Data get's a chance to shine as well, and all the actors play some part, there's never a feeling that any of the regulars is a simple "extra" in this episode, which helps furthar enhance the enjoyability fo the episode, regardless of who you like best theres somthing here for everyone.

    Be warned however, if your a trek fan who finds the inherent illogic of all time travel/time malfunction style episodes annoying, this isn't an episode for you, if you love that kind of thing, you'll love this episode, and it was that fact that prompted me to bump this from a 7 to an 8