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"Hollow Pursuits" was the 69th episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.


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Reginald BarclayGarfield CostaBeverly Crusher (hologram)Wesley CrusherWesley Crusher (hologram)DataData (hologram)Kieran DuffyGarveyGuinanGuinan (hologram)JonesJones (hologram)Geordi La ForgeGeordi La Forge (hologram)Cliff MeyersNelsonMiles O'BrienPattiJean-Luc PicardJean-Luc Picard (hologram)William T. RikerWilliam T. Riker (hologram)Deanna TroiDeanna Troi (hologram)Worf, son of MoghWorf (hologram)Youngblood (hologram)USS Enterprise-D computer
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Neil GleasonTerkim

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise-D (Galaxy-class explorer)
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USS Zhukov (Ambassador-class cruiser)


cargo bay (cargo bay 5) • Ten-Forwardholodeckengineeringtransporter room (transporter room 3)
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Starbase 121Nahmi IV (Nahmi system) • Starfleet AcademyEarth (Sol system, the galaxy's Alpha Quadrant) • Rixx

Races and cultures

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Materials and substances

tissue sample • glassduranium

Food and drink




States and organizations


Technology and weapons

androidantigrav unitantimatter injectorcomputerflow capacitorflux capacitorgraviton inverterholodeckhologramimpulse drivemagnetic capacitormatter injectorphase transition coilreplicatorstarshipswordtransfer coiltricorderwarp drive

Ranks and titles

captainchief engineerchief medical officercommandercommanding officercounselordiagnostic engineerdoctorengineerensignfirst officerflight controllerlieutenantlieutenant commanderlieutenant junior gradeoperations managersecuritysecurity chieftactical officer

Other references

captain's logdiseaselog entrystardateCorrellium feverfooddrinkpsychological profilemission briefingantigrav fieldrealignment procedureBarclay Program 15Goddess of EmpathynicknamenucleosynthesisstarbasemetathesismasterGodsynchronizationclothinggovernmentlanguagelifeformmatternation-stateplanetquadrantraces and culturesrankspacestarstar systemStarfleet uniformStarfleet uniform (2366-2373)technologytitleuniformuniverseweapon


prior to stardate
Gleason recommends Barclay for transfer. (prior to episode)
stardate 43807.4, 2366 (2360s chronology
Enterprise investigates systems failures.
Barclay's program is sold. (DS9 - Strange New Worlds VII short story: "Barclay Program Nine")


Related stories



published order
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Tin Man
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The Most Toys
Previous episode:
Tin Man
TNG episode aired Next episode:
The Most Toys
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Tin Man
Pocket Next Adventure:
The Most Toys

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