Aaron asks Wil Wheaton a question at the Star Trek TNG EXPOsed – 25th Anniversary Reunion Panel at Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo 2012. Below are videos of the same moment, just shot at different angles and some are of better quality than others.
Wil Wheaton on leaving TNG, with entire cast, question from Aaron Douglas
Video Description: In an incredibly touching moment at TNG Exposed at the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo, April 28, 2012 in Calgary Alberta, Wil Wheaton (Wesley Crusher from Star Trek: The Next Generation) speaks to the crowd and the entire principal cast about leaving the show. Aaron Douglas (Chief Tyrol from Battlestar Galactica) introduces the question.
TNG EXPOsed – Part 4/5
Aaron’s question (and the answer) is on screen at time stamp 01:29 – end.
Video Description: On April 28th, 2012, The TNG Cast were reunited here in Calgary, Alberta, Canada on the 25th Anniversary of Star Trek The Next Generation!
Aaron Douglas vs Wil Wheaton, and a Heartfelt Response
YouTube: Brian Kitagawa
Video Description: Wil Wheaton tangles with Battlestar Galactica’s Aaron Douglas, and Wil opens up and talks about the cast of Star Trek the Next Generation….ST:TNG 25th Anniversary Reunion…Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo, April 28, 2012, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Aaron Douglas (BSG) makes Wil Wheaton emotional (And all of the Calgary Expo too)
YouTube: Shawna Logue
Video Description: At the Star Trek panel at the 2012 Calgary Expo.
Wil Wheaton opens up about leaving the cast at age 18.
(Bad quality – it’s from a cel phone)
Star Trek TNG EXPOsed (uncut), 25th Anniversary Full Cast Reunion! Calgary Comic Expo 2012
This is the full guest panel. Aaron’s question (and the answer) is on screen at time stamp 48:25 – 54:20.
YouTube: jpgmtech .
Video Description: The entire principal cast of Star Trek: the Next Generation is reunited in Calgary after 25 years of TNG’s first season!
Sir Patrick Stewart
and at 54:35 special surprise guest, Mr. Q himself, John de Lancie!
Apologies for the J.J. Abrams-ish camerawork at times. At least there are no lens flares!