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In the Mirror Universe, Spock faces a choice that determines the future of the Terran Empire.

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The story begins with a recreation of the last few minutes of the original episode. In the mirror universe, "our" Kirk urges mirror universe-Spock to take command of the ISS Enterprise, spare the Halkans and find a way to make peace to prevent the Terran Empire from collapsing. He and his landing party are then transported back to the Federation "prime" universe, while their "evil" counterparts return in the alternate reality.

The evil Kirk, now in command again, is determined to either take the dilithium crystals from the Halkans or to destroy them as a show of force. When the Halkans refuse to hand over the crystals, Kirk orders a photon torpedo barrage on their planet, rejecting a diplomatic solution recommended by Spock. The pitiless attack not only wipes out the Halkans but also destroys the crystals. Spock points out that the loss of the crystals would not have happened if the Captain had followed his advice. Facing this unexpectedly strong criticism by his first officer, a visibly nervous Kirk leaves the bridge and reaches his quarters.

Meanwhile, three Andorian vessels have witnessed the attack on the Halkans and have communicated to the Enterprise that they will no longer recognize the authority of the Terran Empire, formalizing the start of a revolution. Spock informs Kirk of the Andorian ships' approach, but when Kirk orders him to destroy them if they try any aggressive moves, Spock refuses to comply. Kirk reacts to this act of insubordination by activating the Tantalus Field, a deadly device concealed in his quarters, to kill Spock. Unexpectedly, the machine does not seem to work. Kirk then calls his private guards and they head to the bridge to arrest Spock.

Spock, in the meantime, has left the bridge and has convinced Scotty to join the now explicit mutiny. They take possession of the auxiliary control room, from where they have full control of the navigation of the ship. Other crew members, sent by Kirk to eliminate Spock, are attracted to the peaceful philosophy promoted by the Vulcan and join the mutiny as well. Marlena reveals to Spock that she disabled the Tantalus Field when Kirk tried to kill him. She suggests that Spock use it to eliminate Kirk. Spock declines, replying that no revolution can succeed using the same methods applied by the previous regime.

The more time passes, the more Kirk is abandoned by his crew and feels helpless, to the point that he asks Spock to meet at the officer's lounge to discuss a potential compromise. Spock accepts the invitation, well aware that the meeting could hide a trap. When the two men face each other, Kirk tries to shoot Spock, but the Vulcan reveals that ...why ruin it? Enjoy!

⁣Vic Mignogna, as James T. Kirk, is the captain and commanding officer of the USS Enterprise. Mignogna is best known for his voice-acting work and is a longtime Star Trek fan.
Todd Haberkorn, as Spock, is a human/Vulcan hybrid, commander, science officer, and first officer, and one of the captain's closest friends. Haberkorn is a voice actor and played Kevin the Teenaxian in Star Trek Beyond.
Chuck Huber (Larry Nemecek in episodes 1–2) as Leonard H. McCoy, MD, lieutenant commander, and chief medical officer, and also one of the captain's closest friends. Huber is also a voice actor. Nemecek is a well-recognized Trek expert and author of the Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion.
Chris Doohan as Montgomery Scott, lieutenant commander and chief engineer, usually referred to as Scotty. Doohan is the son of actor James Doohan, who portrayed the character in the original series. Doohan was also an extra in Star Trek: The Motion Picture, and portrayed a transporter chief in the 2009 film Star Trek and its sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness. He reprised his father's role of Scotty in Star Trek Online.
Featured cast[edit]
Grant Imahara as Hikaru Sulu, lieutenant, helmsman, and third officer. Imahara was best known for his work on Discovery's MythBusters, as well as the creator of robot sidekick, "Geoff Peterson," for Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.
Kim Stinger as Nyota Uhura, lieutenant and communications officer.
Wyatt Lenhart as Pavel A. Chekov, lieutenant j.g. (formerly ensign) and navigator.
Michele Specht as Elise McKennah, psychologist, a lieutenant, and Starfleet's first full-time ship's counselor. Specht voiced Specialist Krog (a Na'kuhl agent), Loriss (a Vorta), and Sh'marois (an Andorian Starfleet captain) in Star Trek Online.
Trek alumni guest and recurring actors[edit]
Several past members of the Star Trek cast and crew expressed support for the project and contributed to it, as did several who went on to participate in officially licensed productions later.
Beau Billingslea as Vice Admiral Stomm (episode 7), an operations-division flag officer from Earth Spacedock. Billingslea played Captain Abbott in Star Trek Into Darkness.
Kipleigh Brown as Lieutenant j.g. (formerly Yeoman) Barbara Smith (episodes 3–6, 8–11), the Enterprise's relief conn officer. Brown played Jane Taylor in Star Trek: Enterprise and Kuumaarke in Star Trek Online.
John de Lancie as Galisti (episode 9). De Lancie played Q in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Lower Decks, and Star Trek: Picard.
Michael Dorn as the ISS Enterprise computer voice (episode 3). Dorn played Commander Worf in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek Online, and the four Star Trek feature films featuring the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation; he also played Worf's grandfather and namesake Colonel Worf in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.[6]
Doug Drexler as Paladin (episode 1). Drexler is probably best known for his work as an award-winning visual-effects artist on Star Trek, as well as Battlestar Galactica and Defiance. He also contributed visual effects for episodes 1–6 of Star Trek Continues.
Michael Forest as Apollo (episode 1). Forest reprises his role from The Original Series episode "Who Mourns for Adonais?" (which had aired 47 years earlier).
Jason Isaacs (credited as "Jason Lorca") is an ESPer voice (episode 11). Isaacs played Captain Gabriel Lorca in Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek Online.
Mark Rolston as Admiral McGuinness (episode 9), head of Starfleet Medical. Rolston played various roles in Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Enterprise.
Rekha Sharma as Avi Samara (episode 8). Sharma played Commander Ellen Landry in Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek Online.
Marina Sirtis as the computer voice in episodes 1, 4, 7, 10, and 11. Sirtis played Commander Deanna Troi in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager (three episodes), Star Trek: Enterprise (one episode), Star Trek: Picard (one episode), Star Trek: Lower Decks (one episode) and four Star Trek feature films.[citation needed]
Other recurring actors[edit]
Additional recurring actors — who were not specifically Trek alumni — included:
Martin Bradford as Lieutenant Joseph "Jabilo" G. M'Benga, MD (episodes 5, 10), relief medical officer.
Steven Dengler as Lieutenant William C. Drake, chief of security (episodes 1–10). Dengler is also the founder of Dracogen, one of the producers of the series.
Erin Gray as Commodore Laura Gray, commanding officer of the Corinth IV starbase (episodes 2, 7).
Reuben Langdon as Lieutenant Kubaro Dickerson, security guard (episodes 2, 3, 6, 10, and 11).
Cat Roberts as Lieutenant Elizabeth Palmer, relief communications officer (episodes 3–4, 6–11). Dr. Roberts is a practicing physician.
Liz Wagner as Ensign Lia Burke, registered nurse (episodes 3–5, 9–11).
Other guest actors and support[edit]
The first episode, "Pilgrim of Eternity", featured Jamie Bamber (Lee "Apollo" Adama from Battlestar Galactica and Matt Devlin from Law and Order UK), as well as original-series guest actor Michael Forest reprising his role as Apollo. Marina Sirtis voiced the computer of the USS Enterprise, an homage to her connection to the original actress, Majel Barrett Roddenberry, who portrayed her character's mother, Lwaxana Troi, as well as the voice of the computer in the original Star Trek: The Next Generation and ‘’Star Trek’’, respectively.
For the second episode, "Lolani", Lou Ferrigno (the Hulk from The Incredible Hulk (1978)) appeared as Zaminhon, Daniel Logan (Boba Fett from Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones) appeared as Ensign Tongaroa, Erin Gray (Col. Wilma Deering from Buck Rogers in the 25th Century) appeared as Commodore Gray and Matthew Ewald (Nicholas Bluetooth from Galidor) appeared as Crewman Kenway.
The third episode, "Fairest of Them All", featured guest support from Asia DeMarcos as Marlena Moreau (played in the original series by BarBara Luna), Bobby Clark as Council Leader Tharn, Bobby Quinn Rice as transporter technician, Michael Dorn as the computer of the ISS Enterprise, and the first appearance of Kipleigh Brown as Barbara Smith (played in the original series by Andrea Dromm). Recurring cast member Cat Roberts (Lieutenant Palmer, played in the original series by Elizabeth Rogers), joined the series as of this episode.
The fourth episode, "The White Iris", featured the return of Sirtis as the Enterprise computer, as well as guest stars Colin Baker (Doctor Who), Nakia Burrise (Power Rangers), Adrienne Wilkinson (Xena: Warrior Princess), Tiffany Brouwer (Femme Fatales), and Gabriela Fresquez, with cameos by Chris Gore and Robert J. Sawyer.
Episode six, "Come Not Between the Dragons", guest-starred Gigi Edgley of Farscape fame. Rod Roddenberry, son of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, had a cameo appearance as a bridge officer in the episode.
Episode seven, "Embracing the Winds", featured Clare Kramer (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Beau Billingslea (Cowboy Bebop), as well as the return of Erin Gray's flag officer character (Commodore Gray from the second episode) and Marina Sirtis as the computer voice.
Episode eight, "Still Treads the Shadow", featured Rekha Sharma (Battlestar Galactica and Star Trek: Discovery).
Episode nine, "What Ships are For", featured John de Lancie (three Star Trek series) and Anne Lockhart (the original Battlestar Galactica series).
Episodes 10 and 11, "To Boldly Go: Part I" and "To Boldly Go: Part II" written by Sawyer, featured Nicola Bryant (Doctor Who), Cas Anvar (The Expanse), Amy Rydell (reprising her mother Joanne Linville's role from the original series), and Mark Meer (Mass Effect). Part I features April Hebert in the role of Rear Admiral Thesp, who was the longest-tenured cast member of Star Trek: The Experience at the time of its closing. Jason Isaacs (Captain Gabriel Lorca from Star Trek: Discovery) also provides a vocal cameo in Part II, although credited under the pseudonym Jason Lorca.[7]

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