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On their way to the Morgana Quadrant, which has yet to be visited by a manned Federation ship, theEnterpriseruns across an amoeba-like hole of blackness in space. Sensors do not indicate any energy or form, probes shot into it disappear without a trace, and even Counselor Troi can get no sense from it. Worf calls for a yellow alert, relating an old Klingon legend of a giant black space that devours entire ships. When the void engulfs theEnterprise, they find themselves lost within it, unable to find their way out. Then things start to get weird. Other vessels show up. A Romulon battle ship and a Federation star cruiser appear, but they are strangely empty. Turns out the void is one of those giant, uncharted sentient beings that is trying to learn about humans and the concept of death, and is doing so by killing members of theEnterpriseone at a time. Once again, the contradictions of humans are on trial, and it's up to Captain Jean-Luc Picard to talk the ship and all of humankind out of trouble.--Andy Spletzer
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Studio:  Paramount
CastLeVar Burton, Gates McFadden
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review by . March 21, 2011
Here there be giant faces, not dragons
Very few people will defend the second season of TNG as a masterpiece but many will argue that the series did at least get a footing here.  Much like the first season there were good episodes and bad episodes and even a terrible one or two.  This one for me is in the former.      The Enterprise is investigating an area of space resembling a void, or a hole in space.  No sensor readings are provided and there is no information available.  Probes fail and moving …
review by . November 27, 2004
It is a virtual certainty that creatures with incredibly long life spans would be unable to comprehend the concept of death. In this episode, the Enterprise encounters a void of total nothingness. Every attempt to obtain information from the void yields the absence of data. Suddenly, the Enterprise finds itself inside the void and all is black. They travel around, but nothing changes. In an attempt to gain their bearings, they discharge a marker buoy and travel away from it. Suddenly, they receive …
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