Star Trek explores the nature of fear, as Captain Kirk visits Planet Spirit Halloween, and Ensign Kim is tormented by a murder-clown.
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After their mistakes get their crewmates killed, Harry Kim and Captain Picard have words with their past and future selves.
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Any year in which it was possible to make a TOP TWENTY list of new Star Trek can’t have been all bad, right?
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The Enterprise and the Cerritos encounter the Pakleds, who are kind of a joke … until they aren’t.
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With their crewmates in stasis for the journey through a creepy space-cloud, Seven of Nine and Dr. Phlox self-isolate … and hallucinate.
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It’s just one problem after another, as the Enterprise gets the hard sell from a long-dead weapons salesman, and the crew of Deep Space Nine sets off an old Cardassian security system.
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While trapped in isolated pockets of space, the crew of the Enterprise encounter a mini-Federation, while Voyager’s crew helps build one.
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We get a taste of life on the lower decks of the Federation’s flagship, and we’re introduced to the crew of the Cerritos, which is far from a flagship.
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