If you’ve always wanted to see Jean-Luc Picard swear or Commander William Riker chase an ensign down a hallway, today is your lucky day. This new video is a gag reel from season 7 of Star Trek: The Next Generation and gives you a different kind of look at the normally so prim and proper crew of the Starship Enterprise. Apparently things were not always so serious on set.
Coming from UPROXX, this footage is just a part of the bonus features that will arrive with the Blu-ray release of the seventh and final season of The Next Generation. The whole video is less than a minute long, but it’s totally worth it just to see Patrick Stewart curse as Gates McFadden’s Dr. Beverly Crusher stomp on his foot. And it just drives home the idea you probably already have in your head that the cast and crew had a really good time making The Next Generation. They always look like they’re having so much fun.
Season 7 of The Next Generation arrives on Blu-ray on December 2, just in time to find its way into many a holiday stocking, and like the previous seasons that have dropped before, this one is going to show up with a bevy of gifts of its own. Not only do you get new, digitally remastered versions of all of the episodes, there are more than four hours worth of bonus features for you to play with. There are deleted scenes, audio commentaries, and even a retrospective documentary about the series that features tons of interviews with the cast and crew. This should provide a nice amount of insight in the series if you’re looking for such things.
Check out the Blu-ray trailer from CBS Home Entertainment below:
As this is the final season of the beloved series, you just know shit is going to get all kinds of crazy. (To be fair, many of you have already watched all of these episodes, possibly many times, and know just how nuts things are going to get.) All kinds of personal secrets come out, there are alternate realities that complicate interpersonal relationships, Jean-Luc Picard has a sweet, hobo-looking beard, and maybe, just maybe, may cause the utter destruction of all mankind. Yeah, that sounds like a pretty damn good time to us.