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More Tribbles, More Troubles 

Cyrano Jones again infiltrates the ship with Tribbles that now grow to monstrous size.

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Cyrano Jones again infiltrates the ship with Tribbles that now grow to monstrous size.

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6 October 1973 (USA)  »

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Trivia

A moment in the briefing scene when Kirk raises one of his hands over his mouth, lessening the amount of lip movements visible on screen, was added to the episode because it allowed the animators to decrease the time it took to sync the character's lip movements to actor William Shatner's voice. See more »

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When the Klingon weapon fails (trying to stop three ships at once), a subsequent bridge scene has the blinking lights on Uhura's console briefly appear *over* her face. See more »

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Captain James T. Kirk: You... sold... tribbles... on a Klingon planet.
Cyrano Jones: Well I didn't know it was a Klingon planet.
Captain James T. Kirk: Tribbles don't like Klingons. That should have given you some clue.
Cyrano Jones: Klingons like tribbles even less.
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Featured in Drawn to the Final Frontier (2006) See more »

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Another lousy episode...but with tribbles.
9 April 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I realize that ANY episode in the Trek shows that features tribbles will be adored by most die-hard Trekkies. I guess my love of decent animation and good writing exceed my love for Star Trek and I'd consign this to the category for fans only!

When the show begins, the Enterprise is on some mission about 'quintrotritacle'--why it wasn't called 'quatrotriticale' like it was in "The Trouble With Tribbles" is beyond me. Along the way, they come upon a Klingon ship trying to destroy a shuttle. The Enterprise unwisely intervenes and finds the ship piloted by Cyrano Jones (Stanley Adams once again) and it's stuffed with sterilized tribbles. What follows is pretty much what you'd expect...and is totally unnecessary. Mildly interesting at best and filled with giant PINK tribbles.


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