Now I'm Feeling Old

Twenty years since Star Trek: The Next Generation went off the air? Really?

"Star Trek: The Next Generation ended its seven-year run on May 23, 1994, with the two-hour finale, "All Good Things..." The extended farewell touched all the bases, sending Captain Picard into the past, present and future, a wild ride masterminded by Q. Fans caught glimpses of older versions of Picard, Worf, Riker, Crusher (or make that Captain Beverly Picard), etc...-- The final line of dialogue belonged to Patrick Stewart’s Picard, who intoned, 'So, five-card stud, nothing wild... and the sky's the limit.'”

Still one of the best sci-fi shows ever made; and looking at recent interviews with Patrick Stewart, I'm pretty sure he's immortal.