Star Trek: Season 2, Episode 6

The Counter-Clock Incident (12 Oct. 1974)

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The Enterprise is transporting its first Captain, Robert April to Babel where he will reluctantly accept his retirement. When they attempt to stop an unidentified vessel on a collision ... See full summary »

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The Enterprise is transporting its first Captain, Robert April to Babel where he will reluctantly accept his retirement. When they attempt to stop an unidentified vessel on a collision course with the Beta Niobe nova, they accidentally pass into an alternate dimension where time flows in the opposite direction. Thus, the crew of the Enterprise rapidly begins to grow younger in age and soon becomes unable to man the consoles. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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This episode introduces Robert April, a character from unused Star Trek (1966) scripts. Due to Gene Roddenberry's later request that the animated series not be considered canon, however, it has never been made part of "official" Star Trek continuity that Captain April was the first captain of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701. See more »

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The entire crew of the Enterprise becomes younger at an alarming rate, even Mr. Spock who says he ages the slowest. However, Commodore April and his wife cease to become younger after he's taken command. They too should have become children by the time the ship was out of danger. See more »

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Commodore Robert April: No matter where I've traveled in the galaxy, Jim, this bridge is more like home than anywhere else.
Capt. Kirk: Yes, Commodore, I know the feeling.
Commodore Robert April: To me she was always like my child. I was there in the San Francisco Navy Yard when her unit components were built.
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References Star Trek: All Our Yesterdays (1969) See more »

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