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Volume 3 in theStar Trek Fan Collective seriesfocuses on the show's resident deity, Q, played with indignant mischief by John De Lancie. While previousFan Collectiveshave taken votes to select which episodes around a certain theme would be included,Qmakes things easy (the characternevermade things easy) by simply including all 12 episodes (two are double-length) in which he appeared. And because Q was especially fond of tormenting Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) and his crew, most of the episodes are fromThe Next Generation, including that series' first episode,Encounter at Farpoint. Subsequent episodes are "Hide and Q" in which the crew plays a deadly game; "Q Who," in which a temper tantrum throws theEnterpriseinto its first-ever encounter with the Borg (also included on theFan Collective: Borgset); "Deja Q," in which the character becomes a normal human; "Qpid," in which Q tries to play matchmaker by turning Picard into Robin Hood; "True Q" in which Q reveals the truth about a mysterious young woman; "Tapestry," in which Picard shares a near-death experience with the godlike thorn in his side; and the series finale, "All Good Things…" Q also made brief stops in the first season ofDeep Space Nine("Q Less") and inVoyager. In "Death Wish," Q tries to help Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) recover her male crew members after an encounter with another member of the Q Continuum, "The Q and the Grey," in which Q wants Janeway to bear his child; and the final season's "Q2," in which Q's son arrives to cause chaos, such as removing Seven of Nine's (Jeri Ryan) clothes. As with previousFan Collectivesets, the only new features (and in this case there are no other features) are text commentary on three episodes by Michael Okuda and Denise Okuda.--David Horiuchi
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CastRené Auberjonois, Patrick Stewart, Avery Brooks, Brent Spiner, Jonathan Frakes
Genre:  Sci-Fi, Fantasy
Screen WriterGene Roddenberry, Jeri Taylor, Michael Piller, Rick Berman
DVD Release Date:  June 6, 2006
Runtime:  636 minutes
Studio:  Paramount
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