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“Mirror, Mirror”
Written by Jerome Bixby
Directed by Marc Daniels
Season 2, Episode 10
Production episode 60339
Original air date: October 6, 1967
Stardate: unknown

Captain’s log. Kirk is leading a landing party that includes McCoy, Scotty, and Uhura to negotiate with the Halkan Council over mining rights—which the Halkans are refusing. The Halkans have a history of total peace, and they cannot risk the Federation using the dilithium crystals to take even one life, as that would violate their ethics. Tharn, the head of the council, points out that they could take the dilithium by force, and Kirk smiles and says they won’t, and that he should consider that.

A nasty ion storm is buffeting the Enterprise in orbit, and Kirk orders the landing party beamed back and a course set to clear the storm. However, something goes wrong with the transport, and the landing party find themselves in the transporter room of a much different Enterprise . Everyone’s uniform is different, there’s a logo with a sword through an image of the Earth all over the place, four security guards stand at the transporter room door, and Spock has a Vandyke beard. Everyone gives Kirk a very formal salute upon their materialization.

Mirror Spock is a mirror version of Spock from the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "Mirror, Mirror" (2x10) .

Mirror Spock has the skills of Command   , Diplomacy   , and Science   . Starbase bonus are not being displayed. All stats are showing at their base level.
To have your starbase bonuses displayed here, please read this guide.

Star Trek: Discovery returns in January 2018 for the last six episodes of season 1. Or as CBS calls it, “Star Trek: Discovery Chapter 2.”

The second chapter continues from the mid-season cliffhanger, with the U.S.S. Discovery jumping to an unknown location. Instead of arriving at a Starfleet base, the spore drive glitches (possibly thanks to some secret interference from Captain Lorca ), and they wind up… somewhere else. But where? Here’s everything you need to know about  Star Trek: Discovery Chapter 2.

Using the spore drive developed by Lt. Stamets, the ship can transport almost instantaneously across the galaxy. It may also be able to travel to other universes, an idea that Lorca suggested in the mid-season finale.

Television: The final frontier. These are the voyages of the legacy broadcast network CBS. Its apparently never-ending mission: to explore strange new revamps of old shows, to seek out fully integrated distribution models and new revenue streams. To boldly go where, to be honest, a few other networks with studios and a couple powerful streaming video on demand services have already gone before. SHWOOOOM!

“Shwoooom,” in this case, is Klingon for “another Star Trek prequel show.” It’s Star Trek: Discovery , which premieres on CBS on Sunday night—y'know, on an actual broadcast network—and thereafter will stream on All Access, CBS’ $9.99-a-month subscription service ($5.99 if you're OK with watching commercials). 1 Set a decade before the first Trek series (and therefore 90 years after Star Trek: Enterprise , the sixth and most recent Trek series), the show has all new characters, with the exception of two-time Kirk adversary Harry Mudd and Sarek, Mr. Spock’s dad. And plenty of angry Klingons, comin’ atcha like a bat’leth outta hell.

There's trouble in them thar stars, though. The aim of TV networks—sorry, "content creators"—is to make good shows, reach a broad audience, and make money. Except in the modern era of streaming video, like the old saying about home repair, Hollywood tends to pick any two. As an experienced industry insider tells me, “television is on fire, and everyone is running around flipping tables.” With Discovery , CBS is, like some remote starbase, hoping the United Federation of New Subscribers will come to its aid. Will they?

“Mirror, Mirror”
Written by Jerome Bixby
Directed by Marc Daniels
Season 2, Episode 10
Production episode 60339
Original air date: October 6, 1967
Stardate: unknown

Captain’s log. Kirk is leading a landing party that includes McCoy, Scotty, and Uhura to negotiate with the Halkan Council over mining rights—which the Halkans are refusing. The Halkans have a history of total peace, and they cannot risk the Federation using the dilithium crystals to take even one life, as that would violate their ethics. Tharn, the head of the council, points out that they could take the dilithium by force, and Kirk smiles and says they won’t, and that he should consider that.

A nasty ion storm is buffeting the Enterprise in orbit, and Kirk orders the landing party beamed back and a course set to clear the storm. However, something goes wrong with the transport, and the landing party find themselves in the transporter room of a much different Enterprise . Everyone’s uniform is different, there’s a logo with a sword through an image of the Earth all over the place, four security guards stand at the transporter room door, and Spock has a Vandyke beard. Everyone gives Kirk a very formal salute upon their materialization.

Mirror Spock is a mirror version of Spock from the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "Mirror, Mirror" (2x10) .

Mirror Spock has the skills of Command   , Diplomacy   , and Science   . Starbase bonus are not being displayed. All stats are showing at their base level.
To have your starbase bonuses displayed here, please read this guide.

Star Trek: Discovery returns in January 2018 for the last six episodes of season 1. Or as CBS calls it, “Star Trek: Discovery Chapter 2.”

The second chapter continues from the mid-season cliffhanger, with the U.S.S. Discovery jumping to an unknown location. Instead of arriving at a Starfleet base, the spore drive glitches (possibly thanks to some secret interference from Captain Lorca ), and they wind up… somewhere else. But where? Here’s everything you need to know about  Star Trek: Discovery Chapter 2.

Using the spore drive developed by Lt. Stamets, the ship can transport almost instantaneously across the galaxy. It may also be able to travel to other universes, an idea that Lorca suggested in the mid-season finale.

“Mirror, Mirror”
Written by Jerome Bixby
Directed by Marc Daniels
Season 2, Episode 10
Production episode 60339
Original air date: October 6, 1967
Stardate: unknown

Captain’s log. Kirk is leading a landing party that includes McCoy, Scotty, and Uhura to negotiate with the Halkan Council over mining rights—which the Halkans are refusing. The Halkans have a history of total peace, and they cannot risk the Federation using the dilithium crystals to take even one life, as that would violate their ethics. Tharn, the head of the council, points out that they could take the dilithium by force, and Kirk smiles and says they won’t, and that he should consider that.

A nasty ion storm is buffeting the Enterprise in orbit, and Kirk orders the landing party beamed back and a course set to clear the storm. However, something goes wrong with the transport, and the landing party find themselves in the transporter room of a much different Enterprise . Everyone’s uniform is different, there’s a logo with a sword through an image of the Earth all over the place, four security guards stand at the transporter room door, and Spock has a Vandyke beard. Everyone gives Kirk a very formal salute upon their materialization.

“Mirror, Mirror”
Written by Jerome Bixby
Directed by Marc Daniels
Season 2, Episode 10
Production episode 60339
Original air date: October 6, 1967
Stardate: unknown

Captain’s log. Kirk is leading a landing party that includes McCoy, Scotty, and Uhura to negotiate with the Halkan Council over mining rights—which the Halkans are refusing. The Halkans have a history of total peace, and they cannot risk the Federation using the dilithium crystals to take even one life, as that would violate their ethics. Tharn, the head of the council, points out that they could take the dilithium by force, and Kirk smiles and says they won’t, and that he should consider that.

A nasty ion storm is buffeting the Enterprise in orbit, and Kirk orders the landing party beamed back and a course set to clear the storm. However, something goes wrong with the transport, and the landing party find themselves in the transporter room of a much different Enterprise . Everyone’s uniform is different, there’s a logo with a sword through an image of the Earth all over the place, four security guards stand at the transporter room door, and Spock has a Vandyke beard. Everyone gives Kirk a very formal salute upon their materialization.

Mirror Spock is a mirror version of Spock from the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "Mirror, Mirror" (2x10) .

Mirror Spock has the skills of Command   , Diplomacy   , and Science   . Starbase bonus are not being displayed. All stats are showing at their base level.
To have your starbase bonuses displayed here, please read this guide.



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