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Nevertheless, this design would find its way into use aboard the [[23rd century]] [[ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701)|ISS ''Enterprise'' (NCC-1701)]]. This device was generally used for major offenses, whereas the [[agonizer]] was typically used for minor offenses. [[Pavel Chekov (mirror)|Pavel Chekov]] was placed in an agony booth following the assassination attempt he made on [[James T. Kirk|Captain Kirk]]. ([[TOS]]: "[[Mirror, Mirror]]")
 
Nevertheless, this design would find its way into use aboard the [[23rd century]] [[ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701)|ISS ''Enterprise'' (NCC-1701)]]. This device was generally used for major offenses, whereas the [[agonizer]] was typically used for minor offenses. [[Pavel Chekov (mirror)|Pavel Chekov]] was placed in an agony booth following the assassination attempt he made on [[James T. Kirk|Captain Kirk]]. ([[TOS]]: "[[Mirror, Mirror]]")
 
 
''The plastic enclosure that makes up the agony booth is a reuse of the quarantine chamber setpiece from'' [[ENT]]:"[[Cold Station 12 (episode)|Cold Station 12]]".
 
   
 
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[[Category: Mirror universe]]

Revision as of 19:15, April 23, 2005

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In the Mirror Universe, an agony booth was a device used to discipline and punish misbehaving officers. In 2155, Dr. Phlox designed a prototype agony booth for use on Terran starships.

Within a few days of its operation, a Tellarite officer, Commander Tucker, and Commander Archer were subjected to its effects. The prototype, however, was destroyed along with the ISS Enterprise (NX-01), when it was crushed in the Tholian web. (ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly")

Nevertheless, this design would find its way into use aboard the 23rd century ISS Enterprise (NCC-1701). This device was generally used for major offenses, whereas the agonizer was typically used for minor offenses. Pavel Chekov was placed in an agony booth following the assassination attempt he made on Captain Kirk. (TOS: "Mirror, Mirror")

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