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"All Our Yesterdays" was the 78th episode of Star Trek: The Original Series, the 23rd episode of the show's third and final season, first aired on 14 March 1969. The episode was written by Jean Lisette Aroeste, directed by Marvin Chomsky, novelized in Star Trek 4 by James Blish and adapted as a fotonovel in 1978.

SummaryEdit

While on a mission to evacuate the population of planet Sarpeidon before their sun goes supernova, James T. Kirk, Spock, and Leonard McCoy find that with the exception of one person—Mr Atoz—the entire population has transported themselves via a time portal to various segments of that planet's past. Kirk finds himself in jail in the seventeenth century while Spock and McCoy are trapped with a beautiful exile in a prehistoric ice age!

Log entriesEdit

Captain's log, stardate 5943.7. 
We have calculated that Beta Niobe will go nova in approximately three and a half hours. Its only satellite, Sarpeidon, is a Class M planet, which at last report was inhabited by a civilized humanoid species. Now our instruments show that no intelligent life remains on the planet. (episode)
Captain's log, stardate 5943.7. 
We have calculated that Beta Niobe will go nova in approximately three and a half hours. Its only satellite, Sarpeidon, is a Class M planet, which at last report was inhabited by a civilized humanoid species though not yet capable of spaceflight. Our instruments show that no intelligent life remains on the planet. But we are beaming down to verify. (fotonovel)
Captain's log, stardate 5943.9. 
The people of this time believe in witches, and witchcraft is what I've been accused of. Five witnesses heard McCoy's voice speak to me and thought it was an evil spirit. From what I know of witchcraft trials, I don't have much chance unless I can get to the prosecutor. (episode and fotonovel)

ReferencesEdit

CharactersEdit

Episode charactersEdit

AtozJames T. KirkLeonard McCoyMontgomery ScottSpockZarabethunnamed Sarpeids
Referenced only 
Zor-Khan

Novelization charactersEdit

AtozJames T. KirkLeonard McCoyMontgomery ScottSpockZarabethunnamed Sarpeids
Referenced only 
Zor-Khan

Starships and vehiclesEdit

USS Enterprise (Constitution-class heavy cruiser)

LocationsEdit

Beta NiobeSarpeidon
Referenced only 
EarthEnglandVulcan

Races and culturesEdit

HumanSarpeidVulcan

States and organizationsEdit

Inquisitional Tribunal

Other referencesEdit

17th centuryanglerassassinationatavachronbrainclass Mcommunicatorcookexilefrostbitehorseinquisitorjailerlanding partylibrarianlibrarylicenselogiclordmass suicidemedicinephysiologyprisonreplicaSarpeidon Ice Agespiritsoupsupernovaswordtape viewertime portalverism tapewitchwitchcraft

ChronologyEdit

years prior to 2269 
Zarabeth is exiled to the past. (prior to episode/novelization)
stardate 5943.7, 2269 (2260s chronology, 2264–2270 Enterprise voyages
Enterprise travels to Sarpeidon.
2270 
Spock finds evidence he fathered a son. (TOS novel: Yesterday's Son)

AppendicesEdit

Related mediaEdit

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ConnectionsEdit

TimelineEdit

published order
Previous episode:
The Savage Curtain
TOS episode produced Next episode:
Turnabout Intruder
Previous episode:
The Savage Curtain
TOS episode aired Next episode:
Turnabout Intruder
Previous story:
first story
Star Trek 4
Blish4
Next story:
The Devil in the Dark
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
The Savage Curtain
Pocket Next Adventure:
Surprise!
Previous Adventure:
The Savage Curtain
Voyages of the
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
(2264 to 2270)
Next Adventure:
Turnabout Intruder


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