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World Enough and Time 

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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Sulu
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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. See more »

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When Sulu is seen as captain on the U.S.S. Excelsior, the master systems display (MSD) at the rear of the bridge is for the modified Excelsior class starship (like the Enterprise-B) and not the original, which the Excelsior is. See more »

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Janice Rand: Don't look so worried.
Sulu: Say that one more time, and I swear, I'll bust you back to Yeoman.
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John Howard and Frank Edgerton Martin get Special Thanks twice. See more »

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References Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) See more »

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Surprisingly Touching
20 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

I had heard of the New Voyages series for a while now, and while I watched the past episodes, they were without much flavor, in my opinion. I can see the cast and crew has really grown a lot in such a short time! Without saying or spoiling too much, George Takei was his usual amazing self (such power even at his age!). Christina Moses was touchingly innocent in her portrayal of Alana. Sulu never did get enough air time on TOS nor the movies, but this episode really fleshes out his character as we find out more about his dry wit and piloting prowess.

The ending actually made me tear up, and that is when I realized they had done it, they had made a Trek episode I cared about for the first time in years. Not just for Trek fans, but for fans of science fiction or drama in general. It just goes to show what a lot of hard work and dedication can do! As this series continues to grow and evolve, I truly do think this will be the future of the series, and in fact, the future of "indie" shows as a whole.


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