Star Trek Continues (2013–2017)
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Fairest of Them All 

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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James Kerwin

Writers:

Gene Roddenberry (Based upon "Star Trek" created by), James Kerwin (teleplay by) | 2 more credits »
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4 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Vic Mignogna ... Captain James T. Kirk
Todd Haberkorn ... Mr. Spock
Chuck Huber ... Dr. McCoy
Christopher Doohan ... Mr. Scott (as Chris Doohan)
Asia De Marcos ... Marlena Moreau
Kipleigh Brown ... Smith
Bobby Clark Bobby Clark ... Tharn
Michael Dorn ... Computer Voice (voice)
Kim Stinger ... Uhura
Grant Imahara ... Sulu
Wyatt Lenhart ... Chekov
Michele Specht ... McKennah
Cat Roberts ... Palmer
Steven Dengler Steven Dengler ... Drake
Reuben Langdon ... Dickerson
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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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New actor replaces th actor from the first episode as Dr. McCoy. See more »

Quotes

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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Connections

References Star Trek: The Original Series: Mirror, Mirror (1967) See more »

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Mirror Mirror continues and it is great!
17 December 2017 | by whotobeSee all my reviews

As a fan of the original series (TOS) from day one, I cannot say how grateful I am to Vic Mignogna and the cast for completing Season 3 of the original series. This episode in particular was fun to compare with the original Mirror, Mirror. I truly liked the opening taking the original script line by line and setting the stage for this episode. Todd Haberkorn did an acceptable job in recreating Spock. And Christopher Doohan truly channels his father as Scotty. It was good to see what might have happened in the alternate universe after Mirror, Mirror. Clearly the budget of these episode is lacking but the set design and CGI is wonderful. Also, it is clear to see that all of the actors want to do their best in recreating TOS. There are minor issues with costumes and some inexperienced actors but nothing that makes this or any other "ST:Continues" any less enjoyable. I am saddened to learn there will be no more episodes made of this but everyone that loves Star Trek as it once was should view the work and efforts of this project.


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Release Date:

15 June 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Kingsland, Georgia, USA See more »

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