A survivor from a distressed Tellarite vessel pulls Captain Kirk and his crew into a moral quandary over her sovereignty.

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Dr. McCoy / Tellarite Crewman
Christopher Doohan ...
Mr. Scott (as Chris Doohan)
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Zaminhon
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Lolani
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Crewman Kenway
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Commodore Gray
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Ensign Tongaroa
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Kim Stinger ...
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Steven Dengler ...
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Dickerson
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Sev Bim Jor (as Kevin Fry-Bowers)
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A survivor from a distressed Tellarite vessel pulls Captain Kirk and his crew into a moral quandary over her sovereignty.

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Lou Ferrigno appears in green skin as an Orion reminding us of his earlier Hulk days. He has many more lines in this than he ever spoke throughout the entire Hulk series. See more »

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Dr. Elise McKennah: Those are some pretty nasty bruises. Are you sure you're okay for a walk?
Lolani: You're kind to ask, but we Orions are build quite sturdily.
Dr. Elise McKennah: Of that, I have no doubt.
Lolani: What a beautiful ship, and men and women working along side each other equally!
Dr. Elise McKennah: Well, the Federation sees no difference between the rights and abilities of men and women.
Lolani: But biologically and chemically we're different. One gender isn't stronger than the other?
Dr. Elise McKennah: We're each individuals with our own strengths and weaknesses, but we're not ...
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In The Best Tradition Of Gene Roddenberry's Vision
25 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

"Lolani", like all of Star Trek Continues thus far, emulates the look and feel of the original series with loving and quite frankly amazing fidelity. Just as importantly, this episode also continues the original series' exploration of morality and succeeds brilliantly.

There is little specific I can say without spoiling the experience, and that would be a disservice. Suffice to say that the entire STC regular cast was superb again, and the guest stars fit their roles to them like gloves. Fiona Vroom tore at my heart, and Lou Ferrigno delivers as an urbanely savage villain--not an easy character to portray, but he made it look easy!

Emotions run high in this episode, and the issues raised remain in your mind after it's over. That's the hallmark of a great presentation in any medium. Just watch it; you'll be happy you did.


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