Which Star Trek: The Next Generation character are you?

Jody Mabry

Why would you want to join Star Fleet?

Which is your favorite "Star Trek" movie?

Which is your favorite "Star Trek" TV series?

What job would you want on the Enterprise?

What would be the coolest thing about being in Star Fleet?

What was your childhood like?

Are you close to your parents?

When you look into space, what are you looking for?

What do you think would be the coolest space discovery in your lifetime?

What kind of leader are you?

What role would you play on a mission?

Do you respect authority?

When it comes to life and death situations, do you want that responsibility?

How do you think leaders become great?

How good of a student are you?

Do you have good hand-eye coordination?

Do you embrace technology?

You can dish it out, but can you take it too?

A joke is good between friends, only if...

Do you laugh easily?

Who do you hate the most on the Enterprise?

Who do you love the most on the Enterprise?

What don't you like about Captain Picard?

What is one Trekkie thing you can't wait to do?

Do you believe sentient life exists elsewhere?

If a UFO appears over your city, what is the first thing you'd do?

Do you show your emotions?

What is your greatest asset to the Enterprise?

Do you feel accepted by those around you?

Do people trust you?

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About This Quiz

Gene Roddenberry created Star Trek: The Original Series back in the 1960's, and a phenomenon was born. However, while the franchise is culturally embedded these days and impossible to avoid, it's easy to forget that it was not always inevitable that it would go beyond TOS and the accompanying movies. TOS had a variety of flaws built into it, and its stars were getting older and wanted to do other things.

Enter Star Trek: The Next Generation. This bold new show appeared in the 1980's and followed the adventures of Captain Jean-Luc Picard (as played by Patrick Stewart, a true Shakespearean who could lend gravitas to a boiled egg if he wanted to) and the crew of the Galaxy-class Enterprise D. The show was transgressive and diverse, with women in many major roles and a willingness to explore new perspectives. Like TOS, it didn't draw its plots from petty squabbles among the crew but from external sources and a bolder vision of what humankind was capable of. Humanity is literally put on trial in the show and the better angels of our natures are the true heroes. Roddenberry's optimism shines through, even in series after he exited the daily running of the show. TNG is rightly regarded as, in some ways, the pinnacle of everything Star Trek is about, and it lives in the pantheon of great American sci-fi as a result. So let's find out where you belong among this inspiring crew!

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