|"Elementary, Dear Data"|
| Series Star Trek: The Next Generation|
Season 2, Episode 3
|Air date||December 3rd, 1988|
|Writers||Brian Alan Lane|
|Producers||David Livingston; Burton Armus; John Mason; Mike Gray; Rick Berman; Maurice Hurley|
|Starring||Patrick Stewart; Jonathan Frakes; LeVar Burton; Michael Dorn; Marina Sirtis; Brent Spiner; Wil Wheaton|
"Where Silence Has Lease"
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"Elementary, Dear Data" is the third episode of season two of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation and the twenty-eighth episode of the series overall (if one counts the two-part pilot episode "Encounter at Farpoint" as two episodes). Combining the episode count of all Star Trek-related TV shows to date, it is the 134th episode of the entire franchise. The episode was directed by Rob Bowman with a teleplay written by Brian Alan Lane. It first aired in syndication on Saturday, December 3rd, 1988.
Guest Starring Edit
|Diana Muldaur||Kate Pulaski|
|Daniel Davis||James Moriarty|
|Alan Shearman||Inspector Lestrade|
|Anne Elizabeth Ramsay||Ensign Clancy|
|Richard Merson||Pie man|
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