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The Counter-Clock Incident, TAS 2

Jordan | The Star Trek Project | Tuesday, February 20th, 2007

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The Animated Series ends on a high note — a solid what-if premise that’s fun and engaging. The Enterprise slips into a backwards universe. Space is white and stars are black. And everyone is getting younger. How to get back in time before Mr. Spock forgets his sums?!? An inordinate amount of techno-babble to explain the solution, I grant you, but I dare you to watch this and not have fun. And isn’t Baby Uhura cute??

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  1. [...] No one was more surprised than I that I actually enjoyed this episode. Not only is a silly, but it was already done on The Animated Series. But here we are and some “space shenanigans” has forced Picard (and Guinan, Keiko and Ensign Ro) to become children. Cheers to the kid who plays Picard. He does surprisingly well. Jeers to Riker for allowing Ferengi to take over the Enterprise so easily. You’d think he’d lose a stripe or something for this, but it is quickly glossed over. [...]

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