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After receiving a distress call, the USS Enterprise, commanded by Captain James T. Kirk , is assigned to investigate an intruder attacking the Primus IV colony. Once there, the crew encounters a strange alien life form that can produce visions of personal events displaced in time. These visions may hold the key to better understanding the threat they are about to encounter. Written by expo

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Eddie Paskey, who plays Admiral Leslie is the same actor who played Lt Leslie in the Original Series. See more »

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In top left corner as Kirk, Spock and McCoy leave the Captain's quarters after discussing Onabi. See more »

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Admiral Leslie: [on viewscreen] Captain?
Captain James T. Kirk: Admiral, I was just about to send you my report.
Dr. Leonard 'Bones' McCoy: Oh, we're all ears!
Admiral Leslie: You will proceed to the following coordinates and redezvous with two robot cargo ships carrying a shipment of grain to Sherman's planet.
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Not so good start for Phase 2
4 November 2013 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

Let's start with saying I am very grateful to these guys for continuing Star Trek original series. But first episode did not reach to same level as Tos,not even close if I'm honest. Sets,effects and sound remains very much of tos. But acting could be far better. I can forgive Cawley for his Elvis hair which is his other job performing as Elvis, because he does quite good ''kirk acting'' even if he doesn't look like James T. Kirk. And actors who play Bones and spock does fairly good. But the rest, John M. Kelley does not do a good acting as Scotty, accent is so bad, and he does not remind scotty at all. And how the heck is Janice Randy now so high rank?!? And the actor is a bit annoying answering questions before kirk for example.

The plot is a mess too sadly. We have onabi an ohn aliens on the ship causing chaos, and chaos it is to the watchers too. They are leading some of the crew to seeing parts of the future and making chooses now.

This series has potential, but this was not a good start, but neither a terrible.


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