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Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) - Season 2

Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) - Season 2

Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) - Season 2 is not a movie or a song, but rather a highly acclaimed television show. It is a science fiction series that first aired in 1987 and continued until 1994. Set in the 24th century, it follows the adventures of the starship USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) and its crew as they explore space, encounter new civilizations, and boldly go where no one has gone before.

The show features a talented ensemble cast, including:

1. Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard: The highly respected and thoughtful captain of the USS Enterprise. Stewart's portrayal of Picard captured the essence of a strong and principled leader.

2. Jonathan Frakes as Commander William T. Riker: The executive officer (or "Number One") aboard the USS Enterprise. Frakes brought charm and wit to the character, creating a memorable second-in-command.

3. LeVar Burton as Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge: The ship's chief engineer, who is blind but utilizes a VISOR that enables him to see. Burton's performance brought depth and warmth to the character.

4. Marina Sirtis as Counselor Deanna Troi: A half-human, half-Betazoid ship's counselor, who possesses empathic abilities. Sirtis provided a compassionate and intuitive portrayal of Troi.

5. Brent Spiner as Lieutenant Commander Data: An android officer with an insatiable desire to understand humanity. Spiner's portrayal of Data was both endearing and thought-provoking.

6. Gates McFadden as Dr. Beverly Crusher: The ship's chief medical officer and a compassionate healer. McFadden brought a strong and independent spirit to Dr. Crusher's character.

7. Denise Crosby as Lieutenant Natasha Yar: The ship's security chief during the first season. Crosby's performance showcased Yar's toughness and dedication.

8. Michael Dorn as Lieutenant Worf: A Klingon officer who later becomes Chief of Security. Dorn's portrayal of Worf was stoic and honorable, making him a fan favorite.

The second season of Star Trek: The Next Generation expanded upon the groundwork laid in the first season, delving deeper into character development and exploring complex themes. The season consisted of 22 episodes, each offering unique and captivating stories.

Fans of the show will be delighted to know that they can revisit these iconic episodes and immerse themselves in the sounds of the Enterprise once again. By playing and downloading the sounds, they can transport themselves back to the futuristic world of Star Trek: The Next Generation. From the familiar hum of the warp drive to the distinctive voice of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, these sounds encapsulate the essence of the show's universe.

Whether it's the iconic phrase "Engage!" or the soothing tones of the ship's computer, these sounds provide a nostalgic trip down memory lane. They can be enjoyed by long-time fans of the series who want to relive their favorite moments or introduced to new viewers who are curious about the enduring appeal of Star Trek.

So, gather your crew and prepare for another epic journey through the cosmos. With the sounds of Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) - Season 2 at your fingertips, the adventure awaits. Play and download these sounds here to experience the wonder and excitement that captivated millions of viewers for seven incredible seasons. Engage!

A bad love affair ends in a bloody shoot out,
A Betazoid woman in the Phase would be shocked and deeply resentful
A Betazoid woman, when she goes through this phase,
A big mistake that you didn't accept my offer.
A blood test, a tissue sample.
A briefcase that looks like a fish. Personally, l find that hysterical.
A cell, a single cell.
A child this mature?
A Class 8 probe is just over 2 meters long.
A cook is only as good as his ingredients.
A copy of Whitaker's Almanack
A couple of hours. lt can't be helped.
A court martial is standard procedure when a ship is lost.
A decision will be made
A device used for spinning yarn or thread
A distinct personality. Even in stasis, it's quite strong.
A door.
A dream? Is that what this is?
A dying man takes the time to mourn a man
A Federation ship brought her and her governess to Klavdia lll,
A Federation supply ship.
A few hours onboard and already she's found Ten Forward.
A few more questions, Mr. Computer.
A fine war horse would sleep in a Bedouin's tent,
A fine, full, dignified beard.
A fluctuation of words concluding with a trick ending.
A force field contains the flame
A galactic Rosetta stone.
A genetic analysis could take months.
A graceful countenance.
A graveyard.
A graveyard.
A guy walks into the doctor's office.
A holographic image should not be able to call for the arch.
A holographic image, l know.
A human emotion, and it was coming from Data.
A humanoid girl.
A joke.
A Klingon fly, half the size of an Earth mosquito,
A Klingon security officer?
A Klingon ship, the P'Rang, is on its way,
A limited number of photon torpedoes.
A little cleaning service l'm only too happy to provide.
A little something for those cocktail waitresses.
A little. l'm Commander William Riker.
A loose alliance formed in the early part of the 22nd century.
A lot more people are going to die.
A lot of questions, Number One.
A major philosopher of the time was Liam Dieghan,
A man
A man is ill, captain. Treating him is my priority one.
A man of limitless accomplishments
A man of rare gifts.
A monk, a clone and a Ferengi decided to go bowling together
A more than passing grade, no doubt.
A new place, if l make it.
A novel by Todd Matthews
A novel.
A parthenogenetic implant?
A pattern, if you will.
A pity.
A plaintive lament sung by a mechanical man
A pleasure. l'll escort you to the prime minister.
A power which controls all of this
A preview of things to come.
A probe has been launched from lconia.
A program that definitely challenges Data.
A review of stellar charts has revealed a Class M planet
A rite of initiation marking the new level
A rod of parsteel, tensile strength, 40 kilobars.
A ruling with such broad ranging implications must be supported.
A section of the galaxy which is yet to be visited
A series of system failures.
A seven and a six, ladies.
A shape shifter?
A shield? What kind?
A ship has one Bridge. One Bridge!
A ship that was almost the Yamato, existing in a hole in space
A shuttlecraft.
A simple four word message:
A simple yes would have sufficed, Number One.
A single Data, and forgive me, commander, is a curiosity.
A single medical entry noting that the first officer
A stargazer. That is what you are.
A starship.
A subspace phase inverter.
A sudden giddy warmth.
A taste to remember me by.
A team, sir?
A technique of communication that is both silent and covert.
A toast, to Earth men, who, despite their many faults,
A touch and go downwarping?
A transfer will not be permitted
A tribute to your leadership.
A trio of foreign gentlemen.
A true protector cannot have two charges.
A twist in the fabric of space where time becomes a loop
A type of laser beam is slicing into the saucer section.
A type of non conductive sole
A variation of what happened to the Yamato might destroy us first.
A very fine first command. Well done.
A VlP passenger who l'm ordered to take
A voice only transmission from the USS Lantree,
A week ago a man came in here.
A whopping big one, and you know it.
A wise decision, captain.
A wonder, even. But thousands of Datas?
Abort auto destruct sequence.
About 20 percent of the specimens fall into that category.
About anything in the galaxy,
About as much as I love comical transporter chiefs.
About four minutes, if the cycle holds.
About my mother's condition at this time.
About our future?
About putting too much weight on a young back.
About the anomalous chemical composition of, um, brown dwarf stars.
About the Hotel Royale was in fact a guide
About the officer exchange program initiated by Starfleet Command.
About the time when men still believed the Earth was flat?
About three minutes.
About time. On screen.
About to engage in a barbarism of their own.
About various societies' ways of giving thanks.
About what happened down on Gravesworld.
About whether Data could solve an original Holmes type mystery.
About Worf or Commander Riker?
About your absence from the Enterprise.
Above! Look out!
Absolutely first rate.
Absolutely no aesthetic value whatsoever.
Absolutely not.
Absolutely nothing.
Absolutely perfect.
Absolutely, look at him. First officer of the Enterprise.
Absolutely. l do indeed concur, wholeheartedly.
Acceptable tactical losses considering the circumstances.
Access all available technical schematics
Access code Theta Alpha 2737 Blue, enable.
Access faster.
Accessing, sir.
According to Starfleet regulations, that would be my only course of action.
According to the library computer, the captain of the T'Ong is K'Temoc.
According to the library computer, the captain of the T'Ong is K'Temoc.
According to the rate of reproduction,
According to the shuttle log, the Enterprise was destroyed
According to these coordinates, we have traveled 7000 light years
According to this, we're already well past the point
Accurate? That was a joke l just told you.
Acknowledged, doctor.
Acknowledged, Mr. Worf.
Acknowledged. Ensign, set your course for Solais V.
Acknowledgement maybe or...
Across a few more drawing boards before we built one.
Across the neural filaments is to be resolved?
Acting as our hands and eyes in dangerous situations.
Activate program.
Activate sterile field.
Actually it brought the house down in Teaneck.
Actually, her telepathic prowess is quite advanced.
Actually, I brought it for Dr. Crusher.
Actually, killed would have been a better word.
Actually, l just welcomed Ensign Mendon onboard.
Actually, l was going to suggest something else.
Actually, l'm looking forward to meeting this mediator.
Actually, no. lt's more like they're not what they say they are.
Actually, six is a valid point.
Actually, the Second World War, although disastrous, did end
Add to that an attack by a nonexistent Romulan vessel.
Additional questions?
Additionally, that war was a catalyst of technological advancement.
Adjust coordinates to intercept this... Whatever this is.
Adjust course to intercept. Warp 7.
Adjust speed to intercept.
Adjust the inverter 2 percent negative.
Adjust the inverter 2 percent positive.
Adjusting course to intercept. Warp 7, sir.
Admiral, it's a little difficult to prepare for a mission l know nothing about.
Admit it, Picard, you're out of your league.
Admit what, Mr. Data?
Advising Starfleet in its conflict with the Tholians.
Affirmative. You may enter.
After 1 8 passes, air gets a little too thin for this country boy.
After a brief disruption,
After all, it is a superior form of life.
After all, we are exploring the unknown.
After all, when one is in the superior position,
After all, working with so much artificial intelligence
After he solved the theft of the Bruce Partington plans.
After our last encounter, l was asked to leave the Q continuum.
After seeing what else is possible.
After that, it was easy to pinpoint lconia.
After the queen, one eyed jacks and low card in the hole are wild.
After three days of intense pain, the snake died.
Again, it is not relevant.
Again, Mr. Worf.
Against an opponent of approximate skill,
Agreed, captain. Hold present position.
Agreed. But what do the Pakleds want?
Agreed. So let's continue on course.
Agreed. Three quarter impulse, full on my command.
Ah, Captain Picard, is it?