Star Trek the Next Generation Episode: Devil’s Due
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  • This one was actually kind of interesting
  • However, that wasn’t as easy to prove as you would think considering she seemed to have amazing powers
  • This is definitely an episode that was worth watching
  • But, the episode didn’t give me any reason to regret sitting on the couch instead
  • If you haven’t seen this episode, I would definitely recommend taking the time to watch it at least once

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      I ended up watching some re-runs of the television series Star Trek the Next Generation this past weekend. And, one of those episodes was one I hadn’t seen before called Devil’s Due.

      This one was actually kind of interesting.

      Basically, they are orbiting a planet that has had 1000 years of peace because of a so-called contract signed with a demon.

      The 1,000 years are


      up and the demon apparently has re-appeared to lay claim on everything on the planet and in orbit of the planet (namely the Enterprise).

      The interesting thing about this one was the fact Picard fought the demon in a courtroom (with Data as a judge) rather than on the battlefield and had to prove the so-called demon wasn’t really who she said she was but ...


      • rather a con artist.

        However, that wasn’t as easy to prove as you would think considering she seemed to have amazing powers.

        I loved the underlying message from this episode too.

        The one that pretty much summarized our world’s problems and gave an indication that they could all be solved with some hard work and simply sitting down to figure out a plan.

        Of course,

        things like that only happen on television and in movies; don’t they.

        This is definitely an episode that was worth watching.

        Sure, I had plenty of better things I could have been doing during that hour.

        But, the episode didn’t give me any reason to regret sitting on the couch instead.

        If you haven’t seen this episode, I would definitely recommend taking the time to watch it at least once.




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