The STAR TREK: FAN COLLECTIVE TIME TRAVEL has the top ten most popular Time Travel episodes as picked by the fans! Join the adventure with all of the characters from Star Trek: The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager as they are transported back into time, discover mystery ships from the past and take courageous action to change history.
If you want just one Star Trek
DVD set in your collection, Star Trek Fan Collective: Time Travel
may be it. Of the 15 time-bending episodes on the affordably priced four-disc set, two are perhaps the most acclaimed in franchise history: the Original Series' "The City on the Edge of Forever" (written by sci-fi giant Harlan Ellison) and Deep Space Nine
' s "Trials and Tribble-ations" (in which the DS9
crew is cleverly edited into the original crew's "The Troubles with Tribbles" episode). The other selections are the Original Series' "Tomorrow Is Yesterday"; The Next Generation
's "Yesterday's Enterprise," "Cause and Effect," the two-part "Time's Arrow," and the series finale "All Good Things..."; DS9
's "Little Green Men"; and Voyager
's two-part "Year of Hell" and series finale "Endgame."
One could quibble with the episode selection. Because the Fan Collectives were compiled by vote from fans, Voyager's series finale "Endgame" was included even though it was also on Fan Collective: Borg. It would have been nice to remove that duplicate and substitute the acclaimed DS9 two-parter "Past Tense," which would have been a better representation of that series than "Little Green Men" (in which the Ferengi travel to Roswell) and "Tribble-ations," both of which are deserving selections but considerably lighter in tone than the series as a whole. Also, Enterprise isn't represented at all. The only bonus features are new text commentaries on three episodes by Michael Okuda and Denise Okuda. --David Horiuchi