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"Data's Day" was the 85th episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, the 11th episode of the show's fourth season, first aired on 7 January 1991. The episode was written by Harold Apter and Ronald D. Moore, directed by Robert Wiemer.

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References

Characters

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AureliaJohannes BrahmsArthur Conan DoyleSherlock HolmesBruce MaddoxHelena RozhenkoSergey RozhenkoUmbato

Starships and vehicles

IRW Devoras (D'deridex-class) • USS Enterprise-D (Galaxy-class) • USS Zhukov (Ambassador-class)

Locations

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Adelphous IVengineeringGalvin VMurasaki quasar • guest quartersSt. Louis

Races and cultures

AndroidBetazoidBolianHuman (Japanese) • KlingonRomulanVulcan
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Andorian

States and organizations

Romulan Star EmpireStarfleetUnited Federation of Planets
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Daystrom Institute

Other references

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Appendices

Background

  • Data's comment that "Andorian marriages require groups of four people" would later form the basis of the four Andorian genders that were established in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novels set after the events of the television series. (Voyages of Imagination)

Related stories

Timeline

published order
Previous episode:
The Loss
TNG episode produced Next episode:
The Wounded
Previous episode:
The Loss
TNG episode aired Next episode:
The Wounded
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Flash Point
Pocket Next Adventure:
Dark Mirror


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