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Most Star Trek TV scripts are created in a fairly straightforward way – and then there's "Yesterday's Enterprise": a mash-up of stories, a train wreck of a process, and yet one of the most popular episodes of The Next Generation ever. For its 30th anniversary this month, let The Trek Files decipher the paper trail from those crazy days of 26-episode seasons with none other than its co-writer, TNG script coordinator (and lifelong fan) Eric Stillwell.

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