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The Menagerie
Series: Doctor Who -
Virgin Missing Adventures
Release Number: 10
Doctor: Second Doctor
Companions: Jamie, Zoe
Enemy: the Mecrim
Setting: Unnamed planet, circa 3417
Author: Martin Day
Publisher: Virgin Books
Publication: May, 1995
Format: Paperback Book, ? Pages
ISBN: ISBN 0426204492
Previous Story: Dancing the Code
Following Story: System Shock

Contents

Publisher's Summary

"It is said that this city rests over the great menagerie. Men who felt tempted to meddle in science were cursed and turned into beasts."

A nameless city on a primitive, rain-sodden planet. The ruling Knights of Kuabris strive to keep order as hideous creatures emerge from the sewers to attack the populace. It seems that there might be some truth in the prophecies after all.

While Jamie languishes in the castle dungeons, the Doctor is forced to lead an expedition beneath the city to search for the fabled Menagerie of Ukkazaal. Meanwhile Zoe has been sold as a slave to a travelling freak show - and one of the exhibits is coming to life.

Characters

References

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Notes

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Continuity

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Timeline

External Links

  • The Doctor Who Reference Guide detailed synopsis of The Menagerie
  • The Whoniverse - The Discontinuity Guide to: The Menagerie

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EPISODE
The Menagerie
Attribution
Series: The Original Series
Written by: Gene Roddenberry
Directed by: Marc Daniels
Novelization in: Star Trek 4 by James Blish
Production information
Episode no.: 1x15 & 1x16
Production no.: 6149-16A & 6149-16B
First aired: Part 1 - 17 November 1966
Part 2 - 24 November 1966
Chronology
Date: 2267
Stardate: 3012.4 - 3013.1

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Summary

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Part I

The USS Enterprise is drawn back to Starbase 11 after receiving an urgent message from Fleet Captain Christopher Pike. On arrival at Starbase 11, they find that Pike is severely crippled with radiation burns, and is unable to move or communicate, and is confined to a wheel chair.

While Captain Kirk and Commodore Mendez attempt to solve the mystery, Commander Spock secretly has Pike transported up to the Enterprise, and orders a course for Talos IV. Kirk and Mendez manage to catch-up to the Enterprise via shuttlecraft, and Spock hands himself over for a court martial. However, the Enterprise is locked on a course for Talos IV.

Part II

The court martial hearing against Commander Spock begins, with Commodore Mendez, Captain Kirk, and Fleet Captain Pike sitting on the board. As the hearing begins, they receive a visual representation from the Talosians of the events surrounding the USS Enterprise's previous visit to Talos IV in 2254.

After the board is shown all of the events, Commodore Mendez was revealed to be a Talosian illusion, hence the court-martial was meaningless, and was created to convince Captain Kirk of Spock's mission. Realising that Spock has risked his career to bring Pike to a place where he can have the illusion of a full and happy life, Kirk allows Pike to beam down to Talos IV.

References

Characters

Phillip BoyceJ. Mia ColtGarrisonHansenTheodore HaskinsHumboltJames T. KirkEd LeslieLeonard McCoyJosé MendezNumber OneChristopher PikePiperNils PitcairnMontgomery ScottSpockHikaru SuluJosé TylerNyota UhuraVinaVinci

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise (Constitution-class)
Referenced only 
J class starship

Locations

Starbase 11

Races and cultures

HumanTalosianVulcan

States and organizations

Other

Appendices

Related stories

  • The Cage (TOS episode) - The events of The Enterprise's visit it Talos IV were originally told in this episode.
Stories featuring Christopher Pike
Comics Early Voyages "Flesh of My Flesh" • "The Fires of Pharos" • "Our Dearest Blood" • "Nor Iron Bars a Cage" • "Cloak and Dagger" • "The Flat, Gold Forever" • "Immortal Wounds" • "One of a Kind" • "The Fallen" • "Futures, Part One" • "Future Tense" • "Futures" • "Now and Then" • "Thanatos" • "Nemesis"
other "All Those Years Ago..." • "To Walk the Night" • "Door in the Cage" • "Return to the Forbidden Planet" • "A Prelude to War" • "Alien Spotlight: Vulcans" • "Alien Spotlight: Orions" • "Mirror Images, Issue 1" • "Mirror Images, Issue 2" • "Mirror Images, Issue 4" • "Mirror Images, Issue 5" • "Shadows of the Past" • "The Ends of Eternity" • "Spock: Reflections, Issue 2"
Novels Enterprise: The First AdventureVulcan's GloryLegacyThe RiftWhere Sea Meets SkyBurning Dreams • "A Less Perfect Union" • The Children of Kings
Short stories "Conflicting Natures" • "A Private Anecdote" • "Sins of the Mother" • "The Greater Good"
Episodes "The Cage" • "The Menagerie" Movie Star Trek

Timeline

published order
Previous episode:
Court Martial
TOS episode produced Next episode:
Shore Leave
Previous episode:
The Corbomite Maneuver
TOS episode aired Next episode:
The Conscience of the King
Previous story:
Journey to Babel
Star Trek 4
Next story:
The Enterprise Incident
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Official Record
Pocket Next Adventure:
After Part I: Burning Dreams
Chapters 10
After Part II: Burning Dreams
Chapters 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13, 14 & 21
Previous Adventure:
Official Record
Voyages of the
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
(2264 to 2270)
Next Adventure:
Shore Leave

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