S7E1: Descent: Crusher goes to the Norpin Colony to run medical exams on the colonists. An unknown airborne pathogen starts killing them off, including Crusher's grandmother. The doctor goes to extreme lengths to save her people, including murdering the chief medical officer.
S7, E17: A Haiku-Fest Next Time: Riker & Counselor Troi cover for an absent Worf by telling Picard that Worf has decided to take a class on poetry writing. Picard is so impressed with Worf’s new-found hobby that he invites everyone in the senior staff to write a haiku.
Season 7, Episode 1: Riker’s Munch: Riker becomes addicted to the snack foods available at the ship’s vending machines, including his favourite, Ferengi-inspired Zingzaks. Quark agrees to help Riker but thinks he’ll be able to get at the Enterprise’s supply of latinum.
Season 3, Episode 20: The Most Toys: "Mister Potato Head" Data goes missing, prompting a massive search by the crew of the Enterprise. When he is found, they are forced to fight off the Klingons as Data is turned into a diabolical killing machine.
Season 3, Episode 7: Ménage à Troi: Picard becomes seriously attracted to both Riker's and Troi's alter egos (played by their real-life romantic partners) when they beam down to investigate a long-abandoned space station.
Season 7, Episode 24: Attached: This is a TNG-era take on the "single girl rents apartment to a hunk and proceeds to wreck her life" story. Geordi La Forge gets a little freaky when he finds himself unable to remove a sex toy from his brain.
Season 11, Episode 14: Duh, Juan: While Lt. Commander Data investigates the possibility of life on the planet Magna Roma, the crew of the Enterprise is puzzled by a man who is none-too-intelligent but keeps saying, 'Duh, Juan.'
Season 2, Episode 19: Meet Qute: An experience web created by Q forces the crew to experience their most pleasurable odd moments of their lives, except for Captain Picard, who decides to just have fun with it.