A little later, Bennett was affected by the polywater intoxication and was on duty on the bridge when Doctor Beverly Crusher finally administered the antidote. When the senior staff returned to duty, Bennett was working at the science station next to Data. Judging by how he reacted, it's possible he overheard Natasha Yar make a comment about a personal situation between herself and Data. (TNG: "The Naked Now")
Bennett was working on the bridge when Kosinski and The Traveler conducted tests on the warp drive of the Enterprise-D and transported the ship to the end of the universe. (TNG: "Where No One Has Gone Before")
Bennett passed Wesley Crusher and the away team which beamed to the surface of Angel I in front of the transporter room. Later, he worked on the bridge when the captain gave the command of the ship to Geordi La Forge. (TNG: "Angel One")
He walked through a corridor shortly after Harry Bernard bumped into Commander William T. Riker and again later, when several abducted children were rescued from the Aldeans. (TNG: "When The Bough Breaks")
He was also on duty on the bridge when the ship was in orbit of Relva VII, (TNG: "Coming of Age") shortly after rescuing three Klingon from the Talarian freighter Batris, (TNG: "Heart of Glory") and when the Enterprise was conducting studies of Delos. (TNG: "Symbiosis")
Bennett was working on the bridge shortly after the ship received a distress signal from Ben Prieto and Deanna Troi, who had crash-landed with a shuttlecraft on Vagra II and paused for a moment, when he heard Armus speak. (TNG: "Skin of Evil")
He was also working on the bridge when the ship experienced a time loop caused by experiments by Doctor Paul Manheim, and filling in for Data when the android went to sickbay to check on Manheim. (TNG: "We'll Always Have Paris")
Bennett was roaming the corridors and passed Captain Picard, Commander Riker and Admiral Gregory Quinn when the Enterprise-D returned to Earth to investigate hints of a conspiracy within Starfleet. (TNG: "Conspiracy")
When the crew encountered Thadiun Okona in his ship Erstwhile at the beginning of the year 2365, Bennett was on duty on the bridge, manning one of the aft stations. Later he was working at the ops station until he was relieved by Data. (TNG: "The Outrageous Okona")
Bennett was on duty in main engineering when Commander Riker's father, Kyle Riker, came aboard the ship in 2365, (TNG: "The Icarus Factor") and again when the ship encountered the Pakled ship Mondor. (TNG: "Samaritan Snare")
He was manning the ops station in late 2365 when Zakdorn Sirna Kolrami was on board the Enterprise-D and the ship was engaged in a Starfleet battle simulation with the USS Hathaway under the command of William T. Riker. (TNG: "Peak Performance")
He was having a drink with Ensigns Darien Wallace and Youngblood in Ten Forward when he made Youngblood aware that a woman was looking at them. This was watched by Guinan and Lal and the El-Aurian explained to the android that this was called flirting. (TNG: "The Offspring")
In 2366, he was on duty at the conn shortly after Captain Picard had served as a mediator in a trade dispute between the Gemarians and the Dachlyds. Picard ordered him to set course for Starbase 12. (TNG: "Captain's Holiday")
He was serving at the conn when the crew was trying to establish contact with Gomtuu (TNG: "Tin Man") and was replaced by Wesley Crusher when the Enterprise-D located the whereabouts of Commander Riker, Deanna Troi, and Lwaxana Troi aboard the Krayton. (TNG: "Ménage à Troi")
Bennett was manning the conn when the star Praxillus went nova due to a failed experiment by Doctor Timicin of Kaelon II and was ordered by Captain Picard to leave the system at a velocity of warp 2. (TNG: "Half a Life")
He was again on duty on the bridge, manning the conn, when the Enterprise-D was able to contact Junior adjutant B'iJik and Zakdorn quartermaster Klim Dokachin and when the Enterprise-D destroyed an unidentified combat vessel. (TNG: "Unification I")
Ensign Bennett was played by regular extra and Brent Spiner's stand-in Tim McCormack, who received no on-screen credit for his appearances. He was seen in many episodes of the first four TNG seasons, usually at the conn, and was finally called out by name by Picard in the episode "Captain's Holiday".
- "Encounter at Farpoint"
- "The Naked Now"
- "Code of Honor"
- "Where No One Has Gone Before"
- "The Last Outpost"
- "Lonely Among Us"
- "The Battle"
- "Hide and Q"
- "Angel One"
- "Home Soil"
- "When The Bough Breaks"
- "Coming of Age"
- "Heart of Glory"
- "Skin of Evil"
- "We'll Always Have Paris"
- "The Neutral Zone"
- "Where Silence Has Lease"
- "The Outrageous Okona"
- "Unnatural Selection"
- "A Matter Of Honor"
- "The Dauphin"
- "The Icarus Factor"
- "Pen Pals"
- "Samaritan Snare"
- "Up The Long Ladder"
- "Peak Performance"
- "Shades of Gray" (Footage from "Skin of Evil")
- "The Vengeance Factor"
- "The Hunted"
- "Deja Q"
- "A Matter of Perspective"
- "The Offspring"
- "Captain's Holiday"
- "Tin Man"
- "Ménage à Troi"
- "The Best of Both Worlds"
- "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II"
- "Future Imperfect"
- "First Contact"
- "The Drumhead"
- "Half a Life" (stock footage)
- "Redemption II" (stock footage)
- "Silicon Avatar"(stock footage)
- "Unification I" (stock footage)
- "Sub Rosa" (stock footage)