You're different, of course. (Inside Star Trek: The Real Story, paperback ed., p. 251). These changes included adding elements that could realistically be removed or replaced in the time between this series and the beginning of the original series. He used that knowledge to "break the ice" with John Pike, the President of Paramount Network Television, during the audition. "Well done, Number One. While attending a local religious ceremony that night, they discovered the planet was populated by people saved from World War III nuclear exchange by an "angel". John Black himself stated, "Both of us immediately had the attitude that that wouldn't be very much fun. [24], Hannah Cheesman took over the role of Airiam for the season, with original actress Sara Mitich recast in the role of Nilsson. (Stardate Revisited: The Origin of Star Trek - The Next Generation, Part Two: Launch, TNG Season 1 Blu-ray special features). (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season One, "Chapter Five: Double or Nothing: A Second Pilot") However, Roddenberry himself speculated about Hunter, "He would have made a grand captain."

He felt the serialized story was too stretched out, said Burnham's character did not receive interesting development, and described the efforts made at the end of the season to tie-into existing continuity as "dumb". (The Star Trek Interview Book, p. 213) However, D'Agosta also laid claim to having somehow "dealt" with Hunter from a casting perspective.
This list included James Coburn, Jeffrey Hunter, Dan O'Herlihy, Patrick O'Neal, and Tom Tryon.

(DIS: "Through the Valley of Shadows"; TOS: "The Menagerie, Part I", "The Menagerie, Part II"), Pike was born in the city of Mojave on Earth. The Pocket novel Vulcan's Glory by TOS script writer D.C. Fontana states that Pike previously commanded the starship USS Yorktown, a reference to the original name intended to be given to the Enterprise. "My face hardened up like a rock and suddenly, I wondered whether I was going to breathe or not. She noted that the collars on the Discovery uniforms already evoked the v-shape design of the original uniform collars.

"Eating was very difficult [due to the heavy makeup restrictions] so my lunches were taken through a straw, consisting of soups and mush, so to speak."

The Talosians also wear necklaces that were designed in collaboration with jeweler Dana Schneider. Meanwhile, Burnham and Spock investigate a Section 31 ship that had checked in ten minutes later than usual and find all of the crew dead except for one, Kamran Gant, an old colleague of Burnham who has been possessed by Control and attempts to take over Burnham. "I felt like I was in 'alpha state' when I entered Desilu Studios [....] I was ushered into a small interviewing office and waited about ten minutes until Gene's secretary came by and stated, 'Mr. (TOS: "The Cage"), One of Pike's favorite foods was his mother's chicken tuna sandwiches. Missing the war took a toll on Pike and the rest of his crew. (Star Trek Creator: The Authorized Biography of Gene Roddenberry, p. 211) D'Agosta clarified about the actor, "That was a selection made from the name list given by the network and the studio. (Captain Pike Found Alive!, "Chapter Three: The Formula") "The appliances were very tight around the face," he expressed. When interviewed in 2010, he mused, "Here was a guy, Captain Pike, who was almost the first physically challenged person anyone saw on TV in a major part [....] I meet people now [in wheelchairs] who roll up to me and say, 'When I saw that show I thought, what if I lost my voice? ", "Be bold. Pike went into retirement from Starfleet active duty and lived on Talos IV permanently, with no further outside contact, since the secrecy of the Talosian power made his fate largely unknown. (DIS: "Light and Shadows") Pike went on to serve on three Federation starships, the USS Antares, the USS Chatelet, and the USS Aryabhatta, before being assigned to the USS Enterprise as Captain Robert April's first officer. ", "You may still choose to walk away from this future. "Most of the feeling had to come through my eyes," he stated, "especially due to the fact that they would tie the corners of my eyes down with scotch mending tape." Vina's true appearance was then revealed, and Pike convinced the Talosians to restore her illusion of health and beauty while letting him and his crew members go free.

(The Star Trek Interview Book, p. 9) Ultimately, Bridges made it clear that he strongly believed appearing in an outer-space series would obliterate his future credibility. [63] Other returners include Emily Coutts as Keyla Detmer,[6] Patrick Kwok-Choon as Gen Rhys,[17] Oyin Oladejo as Joann Owosekun,[17] Ronnie Rowe Jr. as R. A. Bryce,[17] Ali Momen as Kamran Gant,[24] and Julianne Grossman as the voice of Discovery's computer. From there, they initiate the self-destruct, but the sphere data takes control of Discovery's systems and prevents this from happening. (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season One, "Chapter Five: Double or Nothing: A Second Pilot"; Star Trek Creator: The Authorized Biography of Gene Roddenberry, p. 225) Although NBC had unofficially revealed they planned to give the unprecedented go-ahead for the making of a second pilot (having been dissatisfied with "The Cage"), Hunter's contract required his participation in only one pilot, not two. (Star Trek: The Original Series 365, p. 007; The Making of Star Trek, p. 111) By the time Star Trek started casting for the lead actor, so many other series were in production that there were very few performers available. (to Tenavik) "No. ", "If you're telling me that this ship can skip across the universe on a highway made of mushrooms, I kind of have to go on faith. The particular image Kenney used showed the makeup in its "final" form. A revised draft of the script for "The Cage", from 20 November 1964, listed him as Captain James Winter. Simultaneously, his science officer Spock has just taken a leave of absence to deal with extreme mental distress, likely triggered by the appearance of the anomalies. The Enterprise bridge set was built on a new soundstage for the series specifically for the two-part second season finale, rather than being a repurposed set. He reached down and cut out a piece of his own Levis he was wearing, made it into the shape of the scar, then taped it to the side of my face, creating an ideal radiation burn scar that would not melt or appear to be healing." "Probably for the best. [48] Kurtzman noted that religion is a controversial topic among Star Trek fans, and the series' study of faith was "never about picking on religion as much as it was about faith in each other and in themselves". (DIS: "Such Sweet Sorrow") After Burnham and the Discovery traveled through the wormhole to the 32nd century, in order to preserve the truth and ensure the sacrifices made had not been for nothing, Pike and his senior staff reported to Starfleet Command that the Discovery was lost with all hands. "Do not covet thy neighbor's starship, commander. She instead arrived 950 years in the future to find all sentient life destroyed by Control. He related, "I remember thinking at the time, 'What's that guy's story? (Cinefantastique, Vol. Actor Sean Kenney portrayed a disfigured Pike in the "The Menagerie" two-parter, because the part of a wheelchair-bound Captain Pike was a bit role in the context of the script and would not justify the expense of hiring back the more popular Jeffrey Hunter for such a small part, especially since he had moved on to other projects. "As I approached her table, her face nearly turned white," Kenney related. ([4]; Star Trek Magazine issue 175, p. 73) "He said, 'No. That was the last we saw of them… until now. [62][13] That October, Martin-Green announced that her husband Kenric Green had been cast for the season, and would be making an "indelible contribution". [7] Wilson Cruz reprises his guest role of Hugh Culber, who died in the first season,[8] and is promoted to the main cast for the second. Pike told her that the station was under attack by Tholians and ordered her to release him; Cadet Sidhu stood her ground, going so far as to threaten to shoot the captain. (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season One, "Chapter Five: Double or Nothing: A Second Pilot") In his autobiography, Shatner acknowledged that the "official" story reported over years had been that Hunter turned down the role of Pike and was unable to commit to the series due to a film commitment, despite Shatner disputing this account.

"Good to be back. Pike returned to the surface, however, where he revealed the truth to Jacob, but told him he could not interfere in their society.

The 14-episode season was released from January 17 to April 18, 2019, on the streaming service CBS All Access.

Pike was overpowered and kidnapped, and placed in a Talosian menagerie. (Inside Star Trek: The Real Story, paperback ed., pp. (The Star Trek Interview Book, p. 9) This was because Roddenberry accepted that science fiction of the time was poor. Pike resists until eventually help arrives in the form of Number One. Truth is I never liked the holograms. "As real as it needs to be. As a result, only one unmistakable "tip of the hat" to televised Pike was included in Greenwood's portrayal, which was that Pike ends up in a wheelchair at the end of the film Star Trek. (Star Trek: Aliens & Artifacts, pp.
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You're different, of course. (Inside Star Trek: The Real Story, paperback ed., p. 251). These changes included adding elements that could realistically be removed or replaced in the time between this series and the beginning of the original series. He used that knowledge to "break the ice" with John Pike, the President of Paramount Network Television, during the audition. "Well done, Number One. While attending a local religious ceremony that night, they discovered the planet was populated by people saved from World War III nuclear exchange by an "angel". John Black himself stated, "Both of us immediately had the attitude that that wouldn't be very much fun. [24], Hannah Cheesman took over the role of Airiam for the season, with original actress Sara Mitich recast in the role of Nilsson. (Stardate Revisited: The Origin of Star Trek - The Next Generation, Part Two: Launch, TNG Season 1 Blu-ray special features). (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season One, "Chapter Five: Double or Nothing: A Second Pilot") However, Roddenberry himself speculated about Hunter, "He would have made a grand captain."

He felt the serialized story was too stretched out, said Burnham's character did not receive interesting development, and described the efforts made at the end of the season to tie-into existing continuity as "dumb". (The Star Trek Interview Book, p. 213) However, D'Agosta also laid claim to having somehow "dealt" with Hunter from a casting perspective.
This list included James Coburn, Jeffrey Hunter, Dan O'Herlihy, Patrick O'Neal, and Tom Tryon.

(DIS: "Through the Valley of Shadows"; TOS: "The Menagerie, Part I", "The Menagerie, Part II"), Pike was born in the city of Mojave on Earth. The Pocket novel Vulcan's Glory by TOS script writer D.C. Fontana states that Pike previously commanded the starship USS Yorktown, a reference to the original name intended to be given to the Enterprise. "My face hardened up like a rock and suddenly, I wondered whether I was going to breathe or not. She noted that the collars on the Discovery uniforms already evoked the v-shape design of the original uniform collars.

"Eating was very difficult [due to the heavy makeup restrictions] so my lunches were taken through a straw, consisting of soups and mush, so to speak."

The Talosians also wear necklaces that were designed in collaboration with jeweler Dana Schneider. Meanwhile, Burnham and Spock investigate a Section 31 ship that had checked in ten minutes later than usual and find all of the crew dead except for one, Kamran Gant, an old colleague of Burnham who has been possessed by Control and attempts to take over Burnham. "I felt like I was in 'alpha state' when I entered Desilu Studios [....] I was ushered into a small interviewing office and waited about ten minutes until Gene's secretary came by and stated, 'Mr. (TOS: "The Cage"), One of Pike's favorite foods was his mother's chicken tuna sandwiches. Missing the war took a toll on Pike and the rest of his crew. (Star Trek Creator: The Authorized Biography of Gene Roddenberry, p. 211) D'Agosta clarified about the actor, "That was a selection made from the name list given by the network and the studio. (Captain Pike Found Alive!, "Chapter Three: The Formula") "The appliances were very tight around the face," he expressed. When interviewed in 2010, he mused, "Here was a guy, Captain Pike, who was almost the first physically challenged person anyone saw on TV in a major part [....] I meet people now [in wheelchairs] who roll up to me and say, 'When I saw that show I thought, what if I lost my voice? ", "Be bold. Pike went into retirement from Starfleet active duty and lived on Talos IV permanently, with no further outside contact, since the secrecy of the Talosian power made his fate largely unknown. (DIS: "Light and Shadows") Pike went on to serve on three Federation starships, the USS Antares, the USS Chatelet, and the USS Aryabhatta, before being assigned to the USS Enterprise as Captain Robert April's first officer. ", "You may still choose to walk away from this future. "Most of the feeling had to come through my eyes," he stated, "especially due to the fact that they would tie the corners of my eyes down with scotch mending tape." Vina's true appearance was then revealed, and Pike convinced the Talosians to restore her illusion of health and beauty while letting him and his crew members go free.

(The Star Trek Interview Book, p. 9) Ultimately, Bridges made it clear that he strongly believed appearing in an outer-space series would obliterate his future credibility. [63] Other returners include Emily Coutts as Keyla Detmer,[6] Patrick Kwok-Choon as Gen Rhys,[17] Oyin Oladejo as Joann Owosekun,[17] Ronnie Rowe Jr. as R. A. Bryce,[17] Ali Momen as Kamran Gant,[24] and Julianne Grossman as the voice of Discovery's computer. From there, they initiate the self-destruct, but the sphere data takes control of Discovery's systems and prevents this from happening. (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season One, "Chapter Five: Double or Nothing: A Second Pilot"; Star Trek Creator: The Authorized Biography of Gene Roddenberry, p. 225) Although NBC had unofficially revealed they planned to give the unprecedented go-ahead for the making of a second pilot (having been dissatisfied with "The Cage"), Hunter's contract required his participation in only one pilot, not two. (Star Trek: The Original Series 365, p. 007; The Making of Star Trek, p. 111) By the time Star Trek started casting for the lead actor, so many other series were in production that there were very few performers available. (to Tenavik) "No. ", "If you're telling me that this ship can skip across the universe on a highway made of mushrooms, I kind of have to go on faith. The particular image Kenney used showed the makeup in its "final" form. A revised draft of the script for "The Cage", from 20 November 1964, listed him as Captain James Winter. Simultaneously, his science officer Spock has just taken a leave of absence to deal with extreme mental distress, likely triggered by the appearance of the anomalies. The Enterprise bridge set was built on a new soundstage for the series specifically for the two-part second season finale, rather than being a repurposed set. He reached down and cut out a piece of his own Levis he was wearing, made it into the shape of the scar, then taped it to the side of my face, creating an ideal radiation burn scar that would not melt or appear to be healing." "Probably for the best. [48] Kurtzman noted that religion is a controversial topic among Star Trek fans, and the series' study of faith was "never about picking on religion as much as it was about faith in each other and in themselves". (DIS: "Such Sweet Sorrow") After Burnham and the Discovery traveled through the wormhole to the 32nd century, in order to preserve the truth and ensure the sacrifices made had not been for nothing, Pike and his senior staff reported to Starfleet Command that the Discovery was lost with all hands. "Do not covet thy neighbor's starship, commander. She instead arrived 950 years in the future to find all sentient life destroyed by Control. He related, "I remember thinking at the time, 'What's that guy's story? (Cinefantastique, Vol. Actor Sean Kenney portrayed a disfigured Pike in the "The Menagerie" two-parter, because the part of a wheelchair-bound Captain Pike was a bit role in the context of the script and would not justify the expense of hiring back the more popular Jeffrey Hunter for such a small part, especially since he had moved on to other projects. "As I approached her table, her face nearly turned white," Kenney related. ([4]; Star Trek Magazine issue 175, p. 73) "He said, 'No. That was the last we saw of them… until now. [62][13] That October, Martin-Green announced that her husband Kenric Green had been cast for the season, and would be making an "indelible contribution". [7] Wilson Cruz reprises his guest role of Hugh Culber, who died in the first season,[8] and is promoted to the main cast for the second. Pike told her that the station was under attack by Tholians and ordered her to release him; Cadet Sidhu stood her ground, going so far as to threaten to shoot the captain. (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season One, "Chapter Five: Double or Nothing: A Second Pilot") In his autobiography, Shatner acknowledged that the "official" story reported over years had been that Hunter turned down the role of Pike and was unable to commit to the series due to a film commitment, despite Shatner disputing this account.

"Good to be back. Pike returned to the surface, however, where he revealed the truth to Jacob, but told him he could not interfere in their society.

The 14-episode season was released from January 17 to April 18, 2019, on the streaming service CBS All Access.

Pike was overpowered and kidnapped, and placed in a Talosian menagerie. (Inside Star Trek: The Real Story, paperback ed., pp. (The Star Trek Interview Book, p. 9) This was because Roddenberry accepted that science fiction of the time was poor. Pike resists until eventually help arrives in the form of Number One. Truth is I never liked the holograms. "As real as it needs to be. As a result, only one unmistakable "tip of the hat" to televised Pike was included in Greenwood's portrayal, which was that Pike ends up in a wheelchair at the end of the film Star Trek. (Star Trek: Aliens & Artifacts, pp.
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[65] Hannah Spear and Yadira Guevara-Prip respectively reprise their Star Trek: Short Trek roles of Saru's sister Siranna (from the short "The Brightest Star") and Tilly's friend Me Hani Ika Hali Ka Po (from the short "Runaway"). After seeing her first designs for the costumes, Kurtzman asked her to take them further. Besides, we've got the new uniforms." On this mission, the group was attacked by the Kalar, and Pike himself was trapped by one of the warriors in an abandoned fortress. [11] Following the news that Mount's Pike character would not be a part of the program's third season, fans began a petition for the character to return to the franchise in some form, possibly as part of his own spin-off series.

You're different, of course. (Inside Star Trek: The Real Story, paperback ed., p. 251). These changes included adding elements that could realistically be removed or replaced in the time between this series and the beginning of the original series. He used that knowledge to "break the ice" with John Pike, the President of Paramount Network Television, during the audition. "Well done, Number One. While attending a local religious ceremony that night, they discovered the planet was populated by people saved from World War III nuclear exchange by an "angel". John Black himself stated, "Both of us immediately had the attitude that that wouldn't be very much fun. [24], Hannah Cheesman took over the role of Airiam for the season, with original actress Sara Mitich recast in the role of Nilsson. (Stardate Revisited: The Origin of Star Trek - The Next Generation, Part Two: Launch, TNG Season 1 Blu-ray special features). (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season One, "Chapter Five: Double or Nothing: A Second Pilot") However, Roddenberry himself speculated about Hunter, "He would have made a grand captain."

He felt the serialized story was too stretched out, said Burnham's character did not receive interesting development, and described the efforts made at the end of the season to tie-into existing continuity as "dumb". (The Star Trek Interview Book, p. 213) However, D'Agosta also laid claim to having somehow "dealt" with Hunter from a casting perspective.
This list included James Coburn, Jeffrey Hunter, Dan O'Herlihy, Patrick O'Neal, and Tom Tryon.

(DIS: "Through the Valley of Shadows"; TOS: "The Menagerie, Part I", "The Menagerie, Part II"), Pike was born in the city of Mojave on Earth. The Pocket novel Vulcan's Glory by TOS script writer D.C. Fontana states that Pike previously commanded the starship USS Yorktown, a reference to the original name intended to be given to the Enterprise. "My face hardened up like a rock and suddenly, I wondered whether I was going to breathe or not. She noted that the collars on the Discovery uniforms already evoked the v-shape design of the original uniform collars.

"Eating was very difficult [due to the heavy makeup restrictions] so my lunches were taken through a straw, consisting of soups and mush, so to speak."

The Talosians also wear necklaces that were designed in collaboration with jeweler Dana Schneider. Meanwhile, Burnham and Spock investigate a Section 31 ship that had checked in ten minutes later than usual and find all of the crew dead except for one, Kamran Gant, an old colleague of Burnham who has been possessed by Control and attempts to take over Burnham. "I felt like I was in 'alpha state' when I entered Desilu Studios [....] I was ushered into a small interviewing office and waited about ten minutes until Gene's secretary came by and stated, 'Mr. (TOS: "The Cage"), One of Pike's favorite foods was his mother's chicken tuna sandwiches. Missing the war took a toll on Pike and the rest of his crew. (Star Trek Creator: The Authorized Biography of Gene Roddenberry, p. 211) D'Agosta clarified about the actor, "That was a selection made from the name list given by the network and the studio. (Captain Pike Found Alive!, "Chapter Three: The Formula") "The appliances were very tight around the face," he expressed. When interviewed in 2010, he mused, "Here was a guy, Captain Pike, who was almost the first physically challenged person anyone saw on TV in a major part [....] I meet people now [in wheelchairs] who roll up to me and say, 'When I saw that show I thought, what if I lost my voice? ", "Be bold. Pike went into retirement from Starfleet active duty and lived on Talos IV permanently, with no further outside contact, since the secrecy of the Talosian power made his fate largely unknown. (DIS: "Light and Shadows") Pike went on to serve on three Federation starships, the USS Antares, the USS Chatelet, and the USS Aryabhatta, before being assigned to the USS Enterprise as Captain Robert April's first officer. ", "You may still choose to walk away from this future. "Most of the feeling had to come through my eyes," he stated, "especially due to the fact that they would tie the corners of my eyes down with scotch mending tape." Vina's true appearance was then revealed, and Pike convinced the Talosians to restore her illusion of health and beauty while letting him and his crew members go free.

(The Star Trek Interview Book, p. 9) Ultimately, Bridges made it clear that he strongly believed appearing in an outer-space series would obliterate his future credibility. [63] Other returners include Emily Coutts as Keyla Detmer,[6] Patrick Kwok-Choon as Gen Rhys,[17] Oyin Oladejo as Joann Owosekun,[17] Ronnie Rowe Jr. as R. A. Bryce,[17] Ali Momen as Kamran Gant,[24] and Julianne Grossman as the voice of Discovery's computer. From there, they initiate the self-destruct, but the sphere data takes control of Discovery's systems and prevents this from happening. (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season One, "Chapter Five: Double or Nothing: A Second Pilot"; Star Trek Creator: The Authorized Biography of Gene Roddenberry, p. 225) Although NBC had unofficially revealed they planned to give the unprecedented go-ahead for the making of a second pilot (having been dissatisfied with "The Cage"), Hunter's contract required his participation in only one pilot, not two. (Star Trek: The Original Series 365, p. 007; The Making of Star Trek, p. 111) By the time Star Trek started casting for the lead actor, so many other series were in production that there were very few performers available. (to Tenavik) "No. ", "If you're telling me that this ship can skip across the universe on a highway made of mushrooms, I kind of have to go on faith. The particular image Kenney used showed the makeup in its "final" form. A revised draft of the script for "The Cage", from 20 November 1964, listed him as Captain James Winter. Simultaneously, his science officer Spock has just taken a leave of absence to deal with extreme mental distress, likely triggered by the appearance of the anomalies. The Enterprise bridge set was built on a new soundstage for the series specifically for the two-part second season finale, rather than being a repurposed set. He reached down and cut out a piece of his own Levis he was wearing, made it into the shape of the scar, then taped it to the side of my face, creating an ideal radiation burn scar that would not melt or appear to be healing." "Probably for the best. [48] Kurtzman noted that religion is a controversial topic among Star Trek fans, and the series' study of faith was "never about picking on religion as much as it was about faith in each other and in themselves". (DIS: "Such Sweet Sorrow") After Burnham and the Discovery traveled through the wormhole to the 32nd century, in order to preserve the truth and ensure the sacrifices made had not been for nothing, Pike and his senior staff reported to Starfleet Command that the Discovery was lost with all hands. "Do not covet thy neighbor's starship, commander. She instead arrived 950 years in the future to find all sentient life destroyed by Control. He related, "I remember thinking at the time, 'What's that guy's story? (Cinefantastique, Vol. Actor Sean Kenney portrayed a disfigured Pike in the "The Menagerie" two-parter, because the part of a wheelchair-bound Captain Pike was a bit role in the context of the script and would not justify the expense of hiring back the more popular Jeffrey Hunter for such a small part, especially since he had moved on to other projects. "As I approached her table, her face nearly turned white," Kenney related. ([4]; Star Trek Magazine issue 175, p. 73) "He said, 'No. That was the last we saw of them… until now. [62][13] That October, Martin-Green announced that her husband Kenric Green had been cast for the season, and would be making an "indelible contribution". [7] Wilson Cruz reprises his guest role of Hugh Culber, who died in the first season,[8] and is promoted to the main cast for the second. Pike told her that the station was under attack by Tholians and ordered her to release him; Cadet Sidhu stood her ground, going so far as to threaten to shoot the captain. (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season One, "Chapter Five: Double or Nothing: A Second Pilot") In his autobiography, Shatner acknowledged that the "official" story reported over years had been that Hunter turned down the role of Pike and was unable to commit to the series due to a film commitment, despite Shatner disputing this account.

"Good to be back. Pike returned to the surface, however, where he revealed the truth to Jacob, but told him he could not interfere in their society.

The 14-episode season was released from January 17 to April 18, 2019, on the streaming service CBS All Access.

Pike was overpowered and kidnapped, and placed in a Talosian menagerie. (Inside Star Trek: The Real Story, paperback ed., pp. (The Star Trek Interview Book, p. 9) This was because Roddenberry accepted that science fiction of the time was poor. Pike resists until eventually help arrives in the form of Number One. Truth is I never liked the holograms. "As real as it needs to be. As a result, only one unmistakable "tip of the hat" to televised Pike was included in Greenwood's portrayal, which was that Pike ends up in a wheelchair at the end of the film Star Trek. (Star Trek: Aliens & Artifacts, pp.

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