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10cf746e54 but not here." After this there seems to be some sort of "moral inversion". SHARE / TWEET / 26 COMMENTS . Emblem of the Terran Empire . .. v t e Star Trek: The Original Series season 2 episodes "Amok Time" "Who Mourns for Adonais?" "The Changeling" "Mirror, Mirror" "The Apple" "The Doomsday Machine" "Catspaw" "I, Mudd" "Metamorphosis" "Journey to Babel" "Friday's Child" "The Deadly Years" "Obsession" "Wolf in the Fold" "The Trouble with Tribbles" "The Gamesters of Triskelion" "A Piece of the Action" "The Immunity Syndrome" "A Private Little War" "Return to Tomorrow" "Patterns of Force" "By Any Other Name" "The Omega Glory" "The Ultimate Computer" "Bread and Circuses" "Assignment: Earth" . 94) Nana Visitor also enjoyed how the mirror universe was depicted in "Through the Looking Glass". They wanted to avoid anything too over the top and make it realistic instead of just making good characters suddenly evil. The empire, however, already had its own Excelsior built; they had studied the Federation ship earlier in the arc, and used the data gleaned from this examination for help in making their own Excelsior operational.
"I'm sure Voyager will steal our thunder, and go in there," Beimler contemplated. User Reviews A must-see for Star Trek fans 29 January 2007 by freisbein (United States) – See all my reviews Despite some gnawing scientific inconsistencies, "Mirror, Mirror" is one of the best of the original "Star Trek" episodes, a triumph of character examination.A landing party of Kirk, McCoy, Scottie and Uhura is beaming back up from negotiations with the Halkans for dilithium-crystal mining rights when an ion storm opens a porthole between two parallel universes, and the landing party ends up on an "Enterprise" in the other universe -- a ship, crew and reality they barely recognize.In this universe, Star Fleet is the military arm of an evil Empire which, as Kirk warns the parallel Halkan commissioner, "will level your planet and TAKE what we want -- that is destruction: you will die as a race." The crew of this "Enterprise" is a bloodthirsty band of pirates and evil opportunists. [X]wbm In fact, Star Trek: Enterprise co-creator and Executive Producer Brannon Braga even initially considered that an alternate timeline which had been introduced in the season finale of the previous season, "Zero Hour", might be "the beginnings of the Mirror Universe." (Star Trek: Communicatorissue 151, p. Timing was one of the main factors that motivated the return of the alternate universe in seventh season entry "The Emperor's New Cloak". 229 & 230) Although the mirror universe inspired the DS9 writing staff to have fun, there were some in-house rules the writers had to follow when depicting the alternate universe. But we can't go there just because we're in a swashbuckling mood. Aboard the USS Enterprise, Spock has concluded that the transporter switched the landing party with their mirror-universe counterparts in the ion storm, but has no way to return them as yet. Kirk planted seeds of doubt in the Mirror Spock's mind about the Terran Empire's brutal tactics. "One of the things we talked about very early on in Deep Space Nine is that the previous Star Treks had come to places, done stuff, and then left.