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EPISODE
What Are Little Girls Made Of?
Chapel and Korby
Attribution
Series: The Original Series (TOS)
Written by: Robert Bloch
Directed by: James Goldstone
Novelization in: Star Trek 11 by James Blish
Production information
Episode no.: 1x09
Production no.: 6149-10
First aired: 20 October 1966
Chronology
Date: 2266
Stardate: 2712.4


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CharactersEdit

AndreaAaron BrownChristine ChapelJames T. KirkJames T. Kirk (android)Roger KorbyEd LeslieEthan MathewsEdward RayburnRukSpockNyota Uhura
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Julius CaesarFerrisAdolf HitlerGenghis KhanAlexander KirkAurelan KirkGeorge Samuel Kirk, Jr.Julius KirkPeter KirkMaltuvisLouis Pasteur

Starships and vehiclesEdit

USS Enterprise (Constitution-class)

LocationsEdit

Exo III
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Earth Colony IIEarthMidos VMilky Way GalaxyOrion

Races and culturesEdit

androidHumanVulcan
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Old Ones

States and organizationsEdit

Starfleet Academy

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500,000 years ago22612265android duplicatorarchaeological medicineautonomic nervous systembio-researchcaverncolonycommand packetcortex circuitgeishalogicsecurity officersecurity team

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Balance of Terror
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Dagger of the Mind
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Miri
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Star Trek 11
Blish11
Next story:
The Squire of Gothos
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Errand of Vengeance
The Edge of the Sword
Pocket Next Adventure:
Errand of Vengeance
Killing Blow
Previous Adventure:
Errand of Vengeance
The Edge of the Sword
Voyages of the
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
(2264 to 2270)
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Errand of Vengeance
Killing Blow


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