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4.0 out of 5 stars
Final send-off, 26 Dec. 2002
It's a great show.
It really was worth watching all seven years. And now we've slowly come to an end and it is really sad to part from the weekly adventures of the bold crew that was on USS Enterprise 1701-D.
I admit, it is fiction, but it is hell of a ride through scientific fiction. It was educational, emotional, overwhelming. And as Spock would say, fascinating.
All Good Thigs [must end] was, ironically, the episode title for the final two-parter which featured everything that fans wanted combined in an episode. Excellent writing, which earned several awards, gave Q a role that actually set continuity in the whole series and Q was the one that had the honors to engage the stories and to end them in style, as he did in "All Good Things".
Season 7 isn't the best what TNG had to offer but it had somewhat weird stories dealing with the inner parts of the charachters. The DVD box-set is, as usual, packed with standard stuff, such as the:
Mission Overview: Year Seven
which takes us over the most memorable missions of this season.
A Captain's Tribute
a real gem with Patrick Stewart where he talks about the experiences with the cast and crew over the past seven years.
Departmental Briefing: Production
of an episode directed by Gates McFadden and Brannon Braga bragging about how well he writes episodes:).
Starfleet Memories and Moments
it was the best of the times, it was the worst of times. All the fun and magic captured on the set.
The Making of "All Good Things..."
The title says it all. This episode will really knock you out with quality!
It was a wonderful ride. Farewell and don't forget to live long and prosper!