A team comprised of various intergalactic experts, amongst them are Kirk and Spock, must recover an artifact known as the Soul of the Skorr. The theft must be kept secret, or a galactic holy war could break out.

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A team comprised of various intergalactic experts, amongst them are Kirk and Spock, must recover an artifact known as the Soul of the Skorr. The theft must be kept secret, or a galactic holy war could break out.

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Writer David Gerrold asked to do a voice in this episode so that he could get a Screen Actors Guild card. According to Gerrold, he was not satisfied with his performance. See more »

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Captain James T. Kirk: We're tired, sore, hurt and angry. But we're also just about there.
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Featured in Drawn to the Final Frontier (2006) See more »

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What the....?!
11 April 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I have no idea what I just saw...it was THAT weird and the characters THAT strange! A stupid catlike creature in an odd pink jumpsuit calls a diverse group of beings to go on a mission to find the stolen Soul of Skorr--some holy relic. It seems that it being missing might cause some jihad. So the group of freaks (including not just Spock and Kirk but a lizard guy, a bird-man, a big green pupae and an amazonish lady who thinks Kirk is hot) goes in search of it. The problem is that there is a traitor among them and their motivations seem pretty lame.

This is an average (for this series) episode. The plot is a bit silly and the characters REALLY silly. And, as usual, the animation is just crap--with low cell-counts and as a result robotic movements from the characters.


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