Sharon Acker, who plays Lavinia Sedgewick, would show up on TV again three months later in Star Trek: The Original Series: The Mark of Gideon (1969), in which she played Odona, of the planet Gideon. But in this case she had the opposite problem, as the people of Gideon had eliminated all diseases and other causes of death, allowing them to live virtually forever. See more »
When practicing his ventriloquism, Artie was not really speaking for the dummy. Most of the time, his mouth is completely closed - when speaking for their dummies, ventriloquists must still have their lips open in order for the words to come out clearly enough for listeners to understand. See more »
This is the perfect example of what the fourt season of this amazing show was. There is evidently far less violence and combat than in the previous ones. But so far, that doesn't bother me that much. And the main curiosity of this story is that there is no real climax, or may we say an anti climax? Not the usual ending and that's not so bad after all, is it?
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