The complete third season features the episodes : Disc 1: In "Evolution," the U.S.S. Enterprise fights for survival when a mysterious force attacks the ship's life support system. "The Ensigns of Command" finds Data racing against time to save a human colony that's been marked for death by aliens, while "The Survivors" follows the crew as they travel to Rana IV, a remote colony where just two of its 11,000 inhabitants have miraculously survived a devastating attack. In "Who Watches The Watchers?" the members of a primitive culture, mistakenly believing Captain Picard to be a god, seize Troi and prepare to sacrifice her to him. Disc 2: In "The Bonding," when the ship's archaeologist is killed on a mission led by Worf, the Klingons feel responsible for the son she left behind, while "Booby Trap" finds the Enterprise caught in a booby trap that converts the ships energy into lethal levels of radiation. "The Enemy" finds Geordi stranded on a storm-ravaged planet, as the crew's attempts to rescue him are hindered by an aggressive Romulan warship, and "The Price" follows Counselor Troi as she is swept off her feet by a dashing delegate who uses unethical methods to conduct his business on board the U.S.S. Enterprise. Disc 3: In "The Vengeance Factor," the crew's attempts to mediate a violent dispute between warring clans is sabotaged by a mysterious assassin, while "The Defector" finds a Romulan defector leading the crew into a showdown that could erupt into a full-scale war. In "The Hunted," the Enterprise is bombarded by a soldier who turns into a violent killer as the result of government mind control, while "The High Ground" follows Doctor Crusher's abduction by a radical terrorist group, as the crew is thrust into an explosive civil war on Rutia Four. Disc 4: In "Deja Q," the crew is surprised by the appearance of their mischievous nemesis, Q, while "A Matter Of Perspective" finds Riker suspected of murdering a respected scientist who had accused the Enterprise officer of seducing his wife. In "Yesterday's Enterprise," the course of history is altered when a time rift brings a starship Enterprise from the past into the present with a crew that includes Tasha Yar, while "The Offspring" finds Data becoming a father when he creates an android using a transfer of his own neural programming. Disc 5: In "Sins of The Father," when his long-lost brother appears on the Enterprise, Worf is thrust into a life-or-death battle for his family's honour. "Allegiance" finds Captain Picard kidnapped and replaced by an evil impostor, without the crew's knowledge, while "Captain's Holiday" finds Picard entangled in the search for a missing weapon from the future. In "Tin Man," the crew is thrust into a deadly showdown with the Romulans over a newly discovered life-form in a remote star system. Disc 6: In "Hollow Pursuits," the crew struggles to help a young engineer whose obsession with the fantasy world Holodeck is endangering the ship, while "The Most Toys" finds Data left for dead when his shuttle craft explodes during a dangerous mission. In "Sarek," the Enterprise is plagued by an outbreak of violence when a renowned Vulcan ambassador visits, and "Manage a Troi" finds the Enterprise thrown into chaos when Counsellor Troi and her mother are kidnapped by the Ferengi. Disc 7: "Transfigurations" follows the Enterprise as they rescue a mysterious humanoid whose remarkable powers affect the entire crew, while "The Best of Both Worlds Part 1" finds the evil Borg capturing Captain Picard in an attempt to conquer the human race.
This is a Region 4 disc, the local region for Australia.