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The Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers, Volume II
The Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers Volume II Author:Phil Farrand Did you ever notice that the Starship Enterprise seems to have several different types of force fields (see Equipment Oddities under the episode "Eye of the Beholder") . . . or that the ship's doors can be just a wee bit impatient at times (see "Justice") . . . or that it's really quite easy to disable a borg by yanking out a facial tube (though... more » Picard may be the only one who ever attempted such a thing, according to the entry for "Descent, Part II")?
Do you know what name Crusher gave to the disease that affects the crew in "Genesis"? Do you recall Troi's favorite dessert among those served at the buffet in Ten-Forward? (Hint: It's mentioned in the episode called "Liaisons".) And technicall speaking, what is the precise shield modulation frequency for the U.S.S. Enterprise? If you're curious, it's just one of the many details covered in a chapter devoted to the movie, "Star Trek: Generations".
And all that's just the tip of the proverbial iceberg (or asteroid).
The cast has disbanded and returned to the 20th century, but thanks to Phil Farrand and thousands of devoted fans, the nitpicking continues!
Volume II of The Nitpicker's Guide for Next Generation Trekkers quibbles away at the "funniest foul-ups, bloopers, faux pas, technical glitches and story-line screwups" from the show's seventh and final season and from the NextGen movie, "Star Trek: Generations".
Apart from the same sort of delectable plot oversights, continuity and production problems, changed premises, etc., that made each of the previous Guides such a feast, this latest features a variety of exhilerating Triathlon Trivia workouts -- on such diverse subjects as Food & Beverages, Spacecraft and Starbases. And it even includes reader mail concerning the first six seasons contributed by members of the ever-vigilant world-wide Nitpicker's Guild. (The meticulous Phil Farrand thoughtfully includes an address and instructions for anyone who'd like to join.)
In other words, you hold in your hands another nitpicker's dream come true!« less