It’s the usual story: energy being meets boy meets girl. What has to change to turn this unlikely trio into the perfect couple? Find out when we put Metamorphosis into the Mission Log.

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  • Jerry Stokes

    Q exspaned the the Q cantinuam to Janway.

  • The Companion is NOT a cold blooded killer, even though, through it’s actions it is responsible for what happen to Hedford.

    The Companion is not the Misty Vampire killer we see in “Obsession.” She is more a like the Entity we see on “Next Gen.”, acting in her own best interest of course. Her intent was not to kill. She did kind of fulfill the dying women’s wishes at her end, because Hedford had regrets about her choice for a lack of a love life, which now she can have, even though “we” are left to question how much of the original character’s mind / soul is left intact.

    Perhaps the resulting NET “character” was
    better that the Original sum of it’s two parts, possessing a
    consciousness and an identity distinct from either of it’s progenitors?

    • Gold Key Comics wrote a sequel to this episode in the 70’s. in issue #49

  • Low Mileage Pit Woofie

    “Zefram Cochrane? Of Alpha Centauri”?

    Well, Alpha Centauri, Montana…

  • jayoungr .

    Hmm, I didn’t think of Cochrane’s reaction as being a metaphor for homosexuality, specifically. I saw it more as a retroactive “date rape” realization, and I thought it was kind of interesting to see that reaction from a male character.