A troubled creature pierces the Enterprise hull, pitting the crew against a pursuer that threatens to tear them apart.

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Christopher Doohan ...
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Eliza Taylor
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A troubled creature pierces the Enterprise hull, pitting the crew against a pursuer that threatens to tear them apart.

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In engineering when Kirk is fighting the crewman that is wear an Alpha wave band, the punches that the crewman lands on Kirk's are on the right side, which should leave bruises on Kirk's left cheek, but the only cheek that is bruised on Kirk is his right cheek. See more »

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Familiar elements in a winning episode
28 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Episode 6 STC is out today and boy is it a doozie! Pulling threads from classic TOS episodes like Amok Time, Charlie X, and Devil In The Dark, this is fan familiar territory that really gives the cast a chance to shine. I loved it start to finish. Peppered with moments of genuine comedy that rivaled the best laughs of the original series lies a drama that succeeds in tugging at your heart. Not going unnoticed, by the way, were some unique perspectives of the Enterprise - I found them marvelous. "Beauty shots" are a bit hard to create in Star Trek's fiftieth year, but the tech nerd in each of us will find a few here. If you like your Trek old-school, right down to seeking new life forms in a big Roddenberry pie... well here it sits. In an episode that doles out snark in ever increasing amounts, Kipleigh Brown's Yeoman Smith delivers in her every scene. This is season 4 TOS for the connoisseur. Get the kids and raise a glass for "Come Not Between The Dragons"


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