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Author(s): Wil Wheaton
Publisher: Lulu Enterprises
Published: 13 October 2009
Pages: 138
Reference(s): ISBN 0974116041

Memories of the Future, Volume 1 is an episode guide/memoir by Star Trek: The Next Generation actor Wil Wheaton.

An expansion of Wheaton's short-lived column at TVSquad, the book – the first of several planned to cover his time on the series – covers the first twelve episodes of TNG Season 1, and includes humor-based episode summaries, and frank reminiscences of the filming of each episode.

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Summary Edit

From the book jacket
The away team returns from the planet with some very good news: It's clean, it's beautiful, it's populated with friendly humanoids... and they really like to do the nasty.
"At the drop of a hat," according to Geordi.
"Any hat," Tasha says, knowingly.
Picard sends a second, larger team down to the planet to see exactly how many hats they're going to need.
From "Encounter at Farpoint" to "Datalore", relive the first half of Star Trek: The Next Generation's unintentionally hilarious first season through the eyes, ears and memories of cast member and fan Wil Wheaton (Wesley Crusher) as he shares his unique perspective in the episode guide you didn't even know you were dying to read.
ENJOY snarky episode recaps!
EXPAND your Technobabble vocabulary!
AMUSE your friends with quotable dialog!
BOLDLY go behind the scenes!

Background information Edit

  • Around the time of the book's release, Wheaton recorded a series of podcasts, Memories of the Futurecast, which featured excerpts from the book.

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