Logan, Jessica and Rem are attacked by two bands of duplicate humans with vastly different temperaments. One group is kind and gentle, while the other is violent and vicious. Jessica is ... See full summary »

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Jessica (as Heather Menzies)
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Rem
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Francis (credit only)
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Patron / Modok
Len Birman ...
Positive 14 / Brawn
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Rama II
Jeanne Sorel ...
Rama I
Betty Jinnette ...
Woman-Positive
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Engineer-Scientist
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Logan, Jessica and Rem are attacked by two bands of duplicate humans with vastly different temperaments. One group is kind and gentle, while the other is violent and vicious. Jessica is captured and split into two different people with completely opposite temperaments. Written by Anonymous

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Rem: Someone is jamming our signal.
Jessica: Why would they want to do that?
Rem: My dear Jessica, I can always tell *what* humans are doing - rarely why.
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A 1970s story borrowed form earlier material.
14 October 2014 | by (California) – See all my reviews

By this time in the series, if you are binge viewing like I did, you notice the frequent borrowing of other plots and ideas from other sources. This was so common in 1970s sci-fi as to actually tarnish the reputation of some, otherwise worthy, shows. It was probably done to keep costs down, but also because most studios simply saw science fiction as a money generator, and not a literary genera unto itself.

This story was borrowed from, most recently, the original Star Trek Season 1 episode "The Enemy Within," written by Richard Matheson. The idea of dividing a person into good and evil is not as well explored in this show, but it is interesting nevertheless.

The other thing I am noticing is the use of Star Trek sound effects. machine sounds, computer sounds, even the "swoosh" of the doors as they open and close. Again, a cost saving tactic often used in expensive science fiction shows of the 1970s and 80s.


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