Star Trek: The Animated Series: Season 1, Episode 2

Yesteryear (15 Sep. 1973)

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After finding himself erased from recent history, Spock must travel back in time to save himself as a youth.

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Upon his return from a journey through the Guardian of Forever Kirk realizes that history has been altered and no one remembers Spock. An Andorian is now his First Officer and it appears that Spock met an untimely death during a childhood ritual on Vulcan. Spock must use the Guardian again and return to the Vulcan of his youth and restore his time line. Written by tomtrekp

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Writer D.C. Fontana based the personality of Spock's pet sehlat on her pet cat named Bobby McGee. See more »

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Commander Thelin's collar is black but is blue in some shots during the meeting in the briefing room. See more »

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Mr. Spock: [comforting I-Chaya, his pet sehlat] This did not happen before. My life decision was made without the sacrifice of yours, old friend. I know this is painful. I can help a little. Sleep now.
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perhaps the best in the animated series
4 January 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I am not huge fan of the Star Trek: Animated Series, but i loved this episode.

It has a Guardian of Forever, Spock traveling through time to save himself, his "large teddy bear with six-inch fangs" pet, that is a reference from the Original Series, and lots of Vulcan logic :)

You can also see Spock getting emotional as a kid, fighting with other kids, and being a child of two worlds. Realising of this is critical for understanding of this versatile character.

So, this is a pleasant episode to watch.

I rate this episode 9/10.


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