During an emergency transport, Sulu returns 30 years older than when he left and with his daughter.

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James Cawley ...
Jeffery Quinn ...
John M. Kelley ...
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The Computer (voice) (as Majel Barrett Roddenberry)
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Alana (as Christina Moses)
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During an emergency transport, Sulu returns 30 years older than when he left and with his daughter.

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23 August 2007 (USA)  »

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$25,000 (estimated)
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Unlike his on screen character of Hikaru Sulu on Star Trek who apparently has both a future wife & a daughter as stated in this episode, the actor George Takei is a declared gay in real life so he could only have the adopted daughter or a son in reality. See more »

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When McCoy, Spock and Kirk are discussing Alana's condition near the climax, Kirk's hair parts the other way in a couple of close-ups. These shots were flipped to make him face the right direction. See more »

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Sulu: Uhura! It's been forever... my God...
Lt. Nyota Uhura: What?
Sulu: You're younger than my daughter.
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"For Ray Bradbury ...with love" at the start of the episode See more »

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References Star Trek: Generations (1994) See more »

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Brilliant
3 September 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

James Cawley, who serves as executive producer as well as the Captain of the Enterprise has slowly and methodically built up a following with good effects and fine writing along with lots of Star Trek veteran guest stars. Having said that, he has also taken a lot of commentary on the acting, the effects and the clunky production values. I never felt a need to comment on those areas since this was a labor of love and he did it all through volunteers.

World Enough and Time however should silence those critics. Guest starring George Takei (Mr. Sulu) this episode is nothing short of brilliant. I actually was quite moved at the end of the episode. Nobody should complain about the acting. They've all come a long way especially Cawley himself who really sells Kirk and goes beyond an imitation and finally makes it his own. Everyone is running on all cylinders and the script works well.

You could argue the ending was a bit on the sappy side but I was moved and touched by it all. It took a long time to get this episode available but it was well worth it.

This is the stuff that dreams are made of!


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