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  • Learning of another box, Spock, Uhura, and Sulu go after it, only to end up captured by aliens who want the box themselves and believe its contents will be some powerful weapon

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      Star Trek: The Slaver Weapon is a December 1973 episode of the animated Star Trek series which featured the wonderful voices of just about the entire live action cast. This is one of the more serious shows in term of topic and tone. It all surrounds a precious and ancient Slaver

      stasis box which supposedly contains an all important artifact of unknown nature.

      Learning of another box, Spock, Uhura, and Sulu go after it, only to end up captured by aliens who want the box themselves and believe its contents will be some powerful weapon.

      Indeed, eventually the contents are deemed to be quite powerful and ...


      • the Enterprise crew must ensure that they don’t fall into the wrong hands. There’s a bunch of drama inside this half hour and in the end, the Slaver weapon is no more.

        This episode didn’t include Kirk or McCoy, the first one not to do so. Perhaps it was a cost cutting

        one. It did give George Takei’s Mr. Sulu a lot more action, though. That was nice in that I do like the character, but not having Kirk or McCoy in there somewhere was a bit disappointing. It’s just not complete Trek without them and that’s why The Slaver Weapon lacks overall.




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