This sequel to the TOS episode "Mirror Mirror" picks up the story in the alternate universe immediately after. Spock plans to rebel against the Empire in a quest for peace, but first must ... See full summary »

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This sequel to the TOS episode "Mirror Mirror" picks up the story in the alternate universe immediately after. Spock plans to rebel against the Empire in a quest for peace, but first must plot against Kirk to take control of the Enterprise. Written by BBusséy

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Captain James T. Kirk: You won't get away with this, Spock. You're just one man.
Mr. Spock: In every revolution, there is one man with a vision.
Captain James T. Kirk: Who told you that?
Mr. Spock: You did.
Captain James T. Kirk: [Shuttle door closes] SPOCK!
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This episode couldn't be better
18 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Star Trek Continues endeavor is like a dream. This sequel to Mirror Mirror truly feels like what TOS would have done with it and every aspect of the mimic production seems to be clicking into place with this episode. The primary actors are delivering their lines more convincingly and let's face it, that's most of what their job is. With Spock's more prominent role in Fairest of Them All, Todd Haberkorn did a pretty good job of stepping into his shoes while distinguishing himself from Nimoy. On the plus side he gives the character more of a sage-like feeling, but on the down side he's a bit too restrained, clearly lacking Nimoy's brilliant expressiveness in conveying Spock's inner struggle. Vic Micnogna is channeling William Shatner beautifully and you can just imagine how much fun this is for him. Scotty is working out fine and the recasting of McCoy won't hurt. Grant Imahara seems to be giving a decent performance.

The writing, the direction, the sets and costumes: everything is firing on all cylinders, here. Honestly, watching this I felt kind of like I was in a cool dream about watching a lost TOS episode and I can't wait to see what they'll do to top themselves. Bring on the Gorns!


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