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Non Sequitur

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Title :
Non Sequitur
Series :
Rating :
2
Overall Ep :
22
First Aired :
25 Sep 1995
Stardate :
49011
Director :
Year :
Writers :
Season Ep :
2 x 06
Main Cast :
Guest Cast :
YATI :
Starfleet security put a gadget on Kim and tell him that tampering means his immediate arrest. Naturally he tampers with it, triggering the alarm. Fortunately the designer of this gadget made it emit a beeping sound when the alarm is tripped, so that the wearer can tell security is on the way in plenty of time to escape. Worse, since the gadget must transmit Harry's position to security, why do they beam security to his position rather than simply beaming him into a cell?

Plotline

Ensign Kim wakes to find himself back on Earth with his girlfriend. Naturally annoyed by this, he seeks to find out what's going on. Aliens turn out to be behind it all.
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