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"Time. And Time. And Time Again." was the third of five Star Trek: The Original Series comic strips distributed in Star Trek-themed McDonald's Happy Meals in 1979, coinciding with the release of TOS movie: The Motion Picture. The strip was read by inserting it into a toy called the Video Communicator. The story was reprinted in the omnibus The Newspaper Comics, Volume 1.

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Kirk and Spock prepare to beam Nyota Uhura down to the planet Turages. The equipment malfunctions, and she materializes in 172 billion BC, confronted by a gigantic beast. She then appears in a rectangular construct drifting near a star in the year 21,000, using her communicator to send the message that she is "three solar systems ahead." Spock discovers that the transporter has been sabotaged. Uhura appears on home plate in Yankee Stadium in the year 1940, holding a bat, and surmising that the Klingons must be behind her predicament. She is then beamed back to the transporter pad of the Enterprise, along with her bat, with Spock quipping that "it was just a matter of time."

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Characters[]

James T. KirkSpockNyota Uhura

Starships and vehicles[]

USS Enterprise (Constitution-class heavy cruiser)

Locations[]

Earth (Yankee Stadium)
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Turages

Races and cultures[]

HumanVulcan
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Klingon

Science and technology[]

communicatortransporter

Ranks and titles[]

Federation Starfleet ranks (2270s)lieutenant

Other references[]

172 billion BC194017,000 ADanimalassignment patchbaseballbaseball batplanetsolar systemstarStarfleet uniform (early 2270s)timetime traveltransporter roomyear

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