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  • I was actually surprised by the ending, which I didn't think would be as happy as it was

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      From 1973, Star Trek: The Survivor continues the brief animated series that continued the exploration of the Enterprise crew into space. In this particular episode, they are stunned to discover that a beloved humanitarian is alive. This makes the man’s fiance, a member of the crew, delighted, until he rebuffs her.

      There


      are a couple of twists in how this story plays out. Naturally, it’s not really the humanitarian, but someone pretending to be him. Actually, it’s not someone, but something. Even with the reveal, there’s more surprise to come, which is why this show works.

      There’s some drama here and even a ...


      • tad of romance. I was actually surprised by the ending, which I didn’t think would be as happy as it was. It makes you want a part two just to know what happens once the credits role.

        A lot of the regular actors who voiced their original characters do double duty.

        In Star Trek: The Survivor, Nichelle Nichols not only did Uhura, but the voice of Anne, the fiance. In addition, James Doohan not only did Scotty but the voice of a Romulan Commander. The only guest voice was that of Ted Knight, who spoke the humanitarian.

        Overall, it was a good show.




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