Sometimes it seems the real reason some people choose to have kids is so that they can pour all of their pre-baby time and energy into a big “hooray, we’re pregnant!” announcement. YouTuber Nokem came up with a simpler, but utterly fantastic approach that fans of Star Trek: TNG will wish they’d thought of.
The Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Sins of the Father" took Captain Picard to Qo'noS, the Klingon homeworld, for the first time, but a few moments ended up on the cutting room floor. The folks at TrekCore have recovered a workprint, revealing those moments for the very first time.
Finally, a version of Texts From Last Night we can all rally behind.
In 1988, two fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation broke onto the Paramount lot and wandered through the Enterprise sets, filming a homemade documentary as they went along. They also caused a little accidental mayhem along the way.
With over 700 episodes, Star Trek offers enough raw television to saturate your brain for months. Including some of the greatest moments in television history... and some of the worst. But what's the absolute WORST Star Trek episode ever made?
Etsy seller EwoksInTutus has designed a Worf-inspired hooded sweatshirt that makes use of more than his warrior's sash. If you pull up the hood, you get a nice bit of lazy cosplay in the form of his Klingon forehead ridges. Now we need a Deep Space Nine version, too.
It's not as funny as that Star Trek: The Next Generation blooper reel from a few weeks ago, but what this recently unearthed costume and make-up test footage lacks in humor in more than makes up for in creepiness, especially via its bizarre musical accompaniment. I don't want to spoil it for you, but in case you…
Everyone gets goofy in this gag reel from the Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 2 Bluray. Watch Brent Spiner fail to tell a dirty joke, plenty of Michael Dorn giggles, and the way Patrick Stewart and Jonathan Frakes comfort one another when they stumble over their technobabble.
Earlier this week, in our review of the Blu-ray set for Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 2, we proclaimed Data and Geordi "the original Troy and Abed." Cartoonist Faith Erin Hicks thought the same thing, coming up with this poster of pair hosting Community's imaginary morning show.
Few episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation are more thought-provoking, or emblematic, than "Measure of a Man," the episode where Data is put on trial to determine whether he's a person or just Starfleet's property. And it turns out that the existence of this episode is partly thanks to George R.R. Martin — as…
The best science fiction and fantasy television hooks you with endless suspense... including hair-raising cliffhangers. But only the greatest cliffhangers can make you throw your remote at the screen, and keep you wondering for weeks. Here are the 20 awesomest.
These days, Star Trek: The Next Generation often feels like an old, fuzzy pair of socks: comfortable and well-worn. The first Star Trek spinoff show appears in syndication at all hours, looking a bit washed out and just as dated as the Original Series. It's hard to believe it was viewed as a radical, even…
Star Trek: The Next Generation is coming to Blu-ray for the first time ever this month. And we're all looking back at TNG and realizing all over again what an achievement it was. We were lucky enough to speak with LeVar Burton, who played Geordi La Forge and directed several Trek episodes, about all things Star Trek.
The Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 8 Twitter account has been keeping us in stitches with its insane plot lines for an imaginary next season for Jean-Luc Picard and his crew. Bad Machinery artist John Allison has added a new layer of ludicrous with an illustration of one of those tweets. More, please!
This might be the best promotional film for a university we've ever seen. The University of Huddersfield has suddenly become an educational destination, thanks to this witty, chaotic short movie about aliens showing up and demanding our submission. Featuring the voice of Sir Patrick Stewart! It's lovely and…
You read that right. John "Q" de Lancie is playing an omnipotent Q-like character in the season premiere of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic — and he's forcing the ponies to play his games. Or else. But which pony is Jean-Luc Picard? (And which pony will have the gumption to sock Q in the nose, like Sisko?)
Science fiction is all about advancing into a shinier future - so why are people always playing such terrible video games in science fiction shows and movies?
Star Trek: The Next Generation-A XXX Parody is the third of writer/director Sam Hain's "dark parodies" (the first two were the excellent Sex Files movies) that operate as a porn version of fan fiction, imaging a logical opening in the storyline of the original show and replacing it with a vaginal one.
Can a porn "parody" of a science fiction classic have reasonably good acting, nice special effects, and a plot that you could give a crap about? That's the real final frontier.
You might think Fringe has the strangest love triangle of all time — after all, it just gets more unusual the more we learn about it. But actually, science fiction and fantasy have given us plenty of other freaky love triangles — here are 10 other contenders.