Space: 1999: Season 2, Episode 3

Journey to Where (18 Sep. 1976)

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A transmission from Dr. Logan in Texas City leads the Alphans to believe that they can finally land back on Earth, though they have travelled through time and, when they touch down in Texas... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
Tony Anholt ...
Dr. Charles Logan
Yasuko Nagazumi ...
Roger Bizley ...
Laurence Harrington ...
Norwich Duff ...
1st Operative Texas
Peggy Paige ...
The Old Crone


A transmission from Dr. Logan in Texas City leads the Alphans to believe that they can finally land back on Earth, though they have travelled through time and, when they touch down in Texas City, they will be in the twenty-second century. However, due to a hitch, they find themselves in a barren and hostile environment. It is Scotland in the fourteenth century where the Scots are at war with the English invaders. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Special effects shots of Texas City (as well as one of the Moonbase) were borrowed for a third season episode of Wonder Woman titled "Time Bomb". See more »


Tony Verdeschi: [Tony is serving his latest batch of simulated coffee] Well?
Alan Carter: On an ascending scale of ten, I think you've reached maybe... two?
Tony Verdeschi: You know your problem? You've got no taste, kid.
Alan Carter: Before I tasted this, I had!
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Not bad.
25 May 2010 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

You need to accept the ridiculous plot of "Journey to Where" without questioning. If you can do this, then it isn't a bad episode at all. But even for an episode of "Space: 1999", this one is tough to believe. The show begins with humans from Earth contacting Moonbase--even though they are something like a bazillion miles away from each other. It seems that on Earth, it's the 22nd century (give or take) and they have developed technology allowing them to contact the errant Moon and even possibly transport the humans back to the planet. However, considering the craptastic future that awaits them on New Texas (where the environment around the domes of the cities are unlivable and the life has been wiped out by pollution), I am surprised they would consider making e this transfer! However, the Commander, Dr. Russell and Alan all decide to try making the journey. But it does NOT go as expected, as although they are transported to Earth, due to an earthquake and subsequent device malfunction, they inadvertently are sent to 15th century Scotland--and with their use of the English language, this is NOT a good place to be! Overall, the show is original and interesting--one of the few of season two that I have enjoyed so far when re-watching the show. While it's not great sci-fi, it is significantly better than many of the other episodes.

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