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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Yasuko Nagazumi was the wife of Space:1999 director Ray Austin. 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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Enjoyable Story with Suspenseful Moments
22 August 2015 | by (South Dakota, United States) – See all my reviews

"Journey to Where" was one of the more memorable episodes of the season two of "Space: 1999." The prospect of returning to Earth raised the hopes for both characters and viewers alike. The episode featured fun moments; and, the story moved along very nicely. The story included interesting problems which needed to be solved. The moments of suspense were well executed.

The story established the fact that less time had passed for the Alphans than for the people of Earth. One of the problems with the premise of "Space: 1999" was the fact that the moon was able to travel from star system to star system within extremely short spans of time. The differences in the rate at which time passed on Earth relative to that of the moon could have been the result of relativistic effects; but, relativistic speeds create other problems for the show's premise. How were the characters on Earth able to talk to the characters on Moonbase Alpha in real time if time was passing at different rates on both worlds.

The episode's story had other science and logic problems as well. How was Moonbase Alpha able to communicate with the medical wrist watches when Koenig, Russell, and Carter were lost? How were those three characters able to be rescued without more specific information about their location? Why didn't the teleporter device take other people and objects from that room with them.

However, "Space: 1999" was never known for having the most solid science or logic. "Journey to Where" is an enjoyable episode for viewers who are able to ignore the science flaws.

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