And the number one time travel crossover we'd love to see....
- Kirk replaces Dax in "Trials and Tribble-ations," where he ends up tossing tribbles at himself from inside the grain storage compartment
- Janeway replaces Picard in "Cause and Effect," where she growls "Time's up!" and orders the Enterprise to ram the Bozeman
- Sela replaces Future Guy in "Shockwave," where she fails (as usual) to make her newest evil plan work and accidentally creates a timeline in which Archer causes the total downfall of the Romulan Empire
- Odo replaces Isis in "Assignment: Earth," where he alternately appears in the shape of a cute, Porthos-like beagle and a bare-chested, Tucker-like hunk
- Picard replaces O'Brien in "Visionary," where he shoots his duplicate from five hours in the future rather than: a) letting him escape in a shuttle before the station blows up, and b) impatiently waiting for him to die of radiation poisoning
- Reed replaces the Doctor in "Future's End," where he agrees to work for Starling in exchange for an hour of target practice with Braxton's 29th-century super-phaser
- Spock replaces Janeway in "Flashback," where he arrives on the Excelsior just in time to hear Sulu blame Kirk and McCoy's arrest on "Spock's idiotic plan to make peace with the Klingons."
- T'Pol replaces Kira in "Wrongs Darker than Death or Night," where Gul Dukat's arrogance withers as soon as he experiences
her biting sarcasm
- Seven of Nine replaces one of the Borg drones in Star Trek: First Contact, where Lily Sloane declares her to be "definitely Swedish."
- Wesley Crusher replaces McCoy in "The City on the Edge of Forever," where he gets run over by the truck that was supposed to hit Edith Keeler
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