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In Harm's Way 

The timestream was changed by sending a Doomsday Machine back in time. There, the Doomsday Machine destroyed several planets, manufactured more Doomsday Machines, and began what is now ... See full summary »

Director:

Jack Marshall

Writers:

Gene Roddenberry (creator), Doug Drexler (story) (as Max Rem) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Cawley James Cawley ... Kirk
Jeffery Quinn Jeffery Quinn ... Spock
John M. Kelley John M. Kelley ... McCoy (as John Kelley)
Charles Root ... Scott
Julienne Irons ... Uhura
Meghan King Johnson Meghan King Johnson ... Rand
Ron Boyd ... DeSalle
Shannon Quinlan Shannon Quinlan ... Chapel / Number One
Jay Storey ... Kyle
William Windom ... Commodore Decker
BarBara Luna ... Veronica
Malachi Throne ... Korogh
Becky Bonar Becky Bonar ... Macgregor
John Carrigan John Carrigan ... Kargh
Sam Witwer ... Guardian's Voice (voice) (as Simon Judas Raye)
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Storyline

The timestream was changed by sending a Doomsday Machine back in time. There, the Doomsday Machine destroyed several planets, manufactured more Doomsday Machines, and began what is now known as the Doomsday Wars. Captain Kirk, in command of the USS Farragut, is sent back in time to prevent this from happening and save the future. Written by expo

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Release Date:

8 October 2004 (USA) See more »

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Cow Creek Productions See more »
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Quotes

Dr. Leonard 'Bones' McCoy: All this, for a history we don't know, for people we may or may not become? Captain, call it off while you still can.
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Alternate Versions

In 2005 a "Special Edition" of the second episode "In Harm's Way" was released with some changes:
  • Cow Creek Films logo added at the beginning
  • Reformatted credits in the opening titles
  • alternate takes and camera angles during the introductions in Gateway lab
  • additional dialogue in the lab: Spock and McCoy banter; Kargh mentions a Klingon study of chronitons; Kirk refers to Enterprise's "short tenure"
  • Linking to the episode this trivia refers to
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Connections

Referenced in Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II: Center Seat (2006) See more »

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1 July 2014 | by angelicsevenSee all my reviews

Star Trek Phase 2 being fan-made I kinda got mixed up with Star Trek Continues cause they're both doing Kirk's 5 year remaining missions before the time of the Motion Picture. The difference between the two is that Star Trek Phase 2 shows a lot of the Enterprise in action whereas Star Trek Continues shows more of the characters. The beginning of this episode was unforgettable and there were parts in it I felt were too long dragged out more than it should. The space scenes are impressive. As much as I liked Jeffrey Hunter as Capt. Pike, J.J. Abram choice of Bruce Greenwood (who's an excellent actor) I feel just didn't fit the part. Star Trek Phase 2's choice of Kurt Carley as Capt. Pike was perfect.. as he looked convincingly as such. I hope they consider also making episodes dealing with Pike's career cause there's so much we don't know about him or the missions.. including his No. 1 which was interesting. Such concept holds a wide range of possibilities. I'm glad that the upcoming episodes have Brian Gross as Kirk and Brian Stacy as Spock, despite they have his pointed ears wrongly position.


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